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|From: Jacki Marsh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: City Council <email@example.com>; Steve Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, November 12, 2017, 5:19:47 PM MST
Subject: Fw: Fwd: Special Meeting November 14th
In my opinion, newly elected Council Members, Kathi Wright, Jeremy Jersvig and myself as Mayor Elect should be included in emails
which pertain to ongoing and to future business to come before City Council.
Steve - tomorrow could you please point me to documents which pertain to assigning Council Members to Boards and Commissions. I
would hope the process doesn't change based on who won or lost the Mayoral race.
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From: Ward I - Troy Krenning <Troy.Krenning@cityofloveland.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: Temp CCMAIL <TEMPCC@cityofloveland.org>
Sent: Sunday, November 12, 2017, 12:01:53 PM MST
Subject: Fwd: Special Meeting November 14th
For your information. As you can see Mr. Fogle would like to NOT have the mayor sit on the Loveland Fire Rescue Authority. My
opinion is that it might be time for a few new voices to be on that particular board. Mr. Swanty was a contributor to the failed Fogle
mayor run and so I’m sure Mr. Swanty would like to keep his pal John Fogle on the board. I would think you and Jeremy Jersvig would
be refreshing new voices on the LFRA board.
Also, the soon to be ex-mayor sat on the airport authority. Again, that is a board I would encourage you to sit on as you have
expressed interest in seeing big things happen at the airport. With the Brands soon to be coming online the possibility for big things to
happen out there is possible. But it will require new vision.
Mr. Fogle likes to use his position on various boards to try and sway Council opinion by often reporting that his various boards
“overwhelmingly” support some position that Mr. Fogle himself champions. As was learned with the County Building experience, Mr.
Fogle reports half truths to the board, gets them to make an uninformed decision and then reports to the Council that the board “fully
supports” the uninformed position. I have observed Mr. Fogle using this tactic with the Fire Authority and Historical preservation
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From: Ward III - John Fogle <John.Fogle@cityofloveland.org<mailto:John.Fogle@cityofloveland.org>>
Date: November 9, 2017 at 7:58:18 AM MST
To: Ward IV - Don Overcash <Don.Overcash@cityofloveland.org<mailto:Don.Overcash@cityofloveland.org>>, Mayor - Cecil Gutierrez
<Cecil.Gutierrez@cityofloveland.org<mailto:Cecil.Gutierrez@cityofloveland.org>>, Steve Adams <Steve.Adams@cityofloveland.
Cc: City Council <CCouncil@cityofloveland.org<mailto:CCouncil@cityofloveland.org>>, Temp CCMAIL <TEMPCC@cityofloveland.
Subject: Re: Special Meeting November 14th
Please also remember to add an item and some time for council to discuss Commitee and Board assignments. Mayor Gutierrez has
been taking care of this task, but the rules state it is a council duty, and I for one want to have council take care of this process going
By rule of four, I ask other councilors to respond on making sure this duty is discussed on the 14th.
It is my understanding that the only 'automatic' assignment is that of the Mayor being on the PRPA board per their charter, please verify
this for our discussion.
The chair of LFRA, Jeff Swanty, has asked that if possible Mayor Gutierrez's seat on the board be replaced with an experienced
councilor to maintain the high function of that important safety service. Since LFRA has only 5 board members, attendence is very
important. LFRA charter requires two councilors plus the City Manager as members.
|Mayor Elect Jacki Marsh