2024 ICMD Transparency Notice

Interlocken Consolidated Metropolitan District 2023 Transparency Notice

Pursuant to section 32-1-809, Colorado Revised Statutes for Transparency Notices may be filed with Special District Association of Colorado. This information must be provided annually to the eligible electors of the district no later than January 15 of each year.

*Note that some information provided herein may be subject to change after the notice is posted.

District’s Principal Business Office

Company: c/o McLeod Brunger PLLC
Contact: Kyle N Brunger
Address: 10375 Park Meadows Drive, Suite 260, Lone Tree, Colorado 80124
Phone: 303-949-8583

District’s Physical Location

Counties: Broomfield

Regular Board Meeting Information

Location: Office of Urban Frontier
Address: 1515 Market Street, Suite 200, Denver, Colorado 80202
Day(s): May 7, 2024; October 1, 2024; December 10, 2024
Time: 11:00 a.m.

Posting Place for Meeting Notice

Location: 3 directory kiosks within District; Broomfield County Clerk’s Office
Address: on Eldorado Blvd., on Interlocken Blvd., and at Central Park,, Broomfield, Colorado

Current District Mill Levy

Mills: 33.500

Ad Valorum Tax Revenue

Revenue reported may be incomplete or unaudited as of the date this Notice was posted.

Amount($): 8,714,492

Date of Next Regular Election

Date: 05/06/2025

Pursuant to 24-72-205 C.R.S

The district’s research and retrieval fee is $30.00 per hour

District Policy

ADOPTED: October 14, 2014
It is the policy of the Interlocken Consolidated Metropolitan District (the “District”) to comply with applicable federal and state laws relating to the retention, protection and disclosure of District records including, but not limited to, the Colorado Open Records Act, Title 24, Article 72, Part 2, C.R.S. (“CORA”).

It is the policy of the District that all public records shall be open for inspection by any person at reasonable times, except as otherwise provided by law. Public records are generally defined by CORA as all writings made or maintained by the District, regardless of the format or medium of the records, subject to certain exceptions. Public records include certain e-mail communications except as otherwise provided by law. The District maintains an archive of all e-mail messages for emergency backup purposes only; such archived e-mail communications are not individually retrievable and are specifically not intended to create a public record (except as otherwise provided in Section 24-72-204.5(2), Colorado Revised Statutes).

The District board of directors (the “Board”) hereby designates Stephen Schwab (“Schwab”) as the Official Custodian, as that term is defined in Section 24-72-202(2), Colorado Revised Statutes, who is responsible for the maintenance, care and keeping of all records of the District. The District Board hereby authorizes Schwab to designate such agents as he, in his sole discretion, determines appropriate to perform any and all acts necessary to enforce and execute the provisions of this policy. The District Board hereby designates McLeod Brunger PLLC (“MB” or “Custodian”), in its capacities as Schwab’s agent and the District’s general counsel, as the Custodian, as that term is defined in Section 24-72-202(1.1), Colorado Revised Statutes, and acknowledges that MB has personal custody and control, actual and constructive, of the District’s records including, without limitation, those which may be subject to a records request.

Upon receipt, requests by a citizen, entity, federal or state agency, District resident, director or officer, subpoena, administrative or court order, or other legal process, to inspect and/or copy any District record (each or any of the foregoing, a “Records Request”) must be immediately sent to the Official Custodian, in care of the Custodian.

The following are general policies concerning the release of records:
1. Every Records Request shall be submitted to the District’s Official Custodian, in care of the Custodian, in writing and shall be specific as to the information desired.
2. If any question arises as to the propriety of fully complying with a Records Request, the Official Custodian shall immediately forward it to the District’s legal counsel.
3. The District’s legal counsel shall determine the District’s obligations under the applicable federal and/or state law(s). If the District is permitted to comply with the Records Request, in whole or in part, the District’s legal counsel will so notify the District’s Official Custodian, who will facilitate MB’s assembly of the disclosable requested documents for inspection and/or copying in accordance with applicable federal or state law.
4. If the District’s legal counsel determines the District is not permitted by federal or state law to comply with the Records Request, in whole or in part, the District’s legal counsel shall provide a written response to the party submitting the Records Request stating the legal basis upon which the District is denying the Records Request, whether in whole or in part.
5. The Custodian may set the time during normal office hours and the place for records to be inspected and require that the Custodian or authorized person be present while the records are examined. Pursuant to CORA, all records must be made available for inspection within three (3) working days, unless extenuating circumstances exist. The deadline may be extended by seven (7) working days if extenuating circumstances exist and the requesting party is notified of the delay within the statutory period.
6. A person granted the right to inspect District records will also be furnished copies requested at a cost not to exceed $.25 per page in standard size and format. The charge for providing a copy, printout or photograph of a public record in a format other than a standard page will be assessed at the actual cost of production. Additionally, in those cases where the location or existence of specific documents must be researched and the documents must be retrieved, sorted or reviewed for applicability to the request, and such process requires one or more hours of MB or staff time, the District may charge a research and retrieval fee not to exceed
$30.00 per hour, and no charge shall be made for the first hour of time expended in connection with the research and retrieval of public records. Any fee charged for the research and retrieval will be the same for all requesting parties, whether the person requesting the records is an individual, a representative of the media, a public or private entity, or a for-profit or nonprofit entity. In accordance with Section 24-72-205(6)(b), Colorado Revised Statutes, and as provided by the Director of Research of the Legislative Council on the Colorado General Assembly’s website, on or around July 1, 2019 and July 1 of every five-year period thereafter, the District may adjust the maximum hourly research and retrieval fee.
7. Upon request for records transmission by a person seeking a copy of any public record, the Custodian will transmit a copy of the record by U.S. Mail, other delivery service, facsimile, or electronic mail. No transmission fees will be charged to the records requester for transmitting public records via electronic mail. Within three days after receiving the request, the Custodian will notify the record requestor that a copy of the record is available but will only be sent to the requestor once the Custodian either receives payment or makes arrangements for receiving payment for all costs associated with records transmission and for all other fees lawfully allowed, unless recovery of all or any portion of such costs or fees has been waived by the Custodian. The Custodian will include an estimate of the costs and fees that will be charged
8. When practical, the copy, printout, or photograph of the requested record will be made in the place where the record is kept, but if it is impractical to do so, the Custodian may allow arrangements to be made for the copy, printout, or photograph to be made at other facilities. If other facilities are necessary, the cost of providing requested records will be paid by the person making the request.
This CORA policy shall supersede any previous policy related to records requests.

District contact information for open records request:
Kyle Brunger

Names of District Board Members

Board President

Name: Steve Schwab
Contact Info: c/o Cushman & Wakefield
1401 Lawrence Street, Suite 1100
Denver, Colorado 80202
(303) 292-3700

Steve Schwab is the Board Chair.

Election: No, this office will not on the next regular election ballot

Board Member 2

Name: Troy Vincent
Contact Info
c/o NAM Real Estate & Facilities
500 Eldorado Blvd
Broomfield, CO 80021

Election: Yest, this office will be on the next regular election ballot

Board Member 3

Name: William Branyan
Contact Info:
c/o Urban Frontier
1437 Larimer Street
Denver, Colorado 80202
303/226-1260

Election: Yes, this office will be on the next regular election ballot

Board Member 4

Name: Jay Despard
Contact Info:
c/o Rockefeller Group 1401 Lawrence Street, Suite 1600, Denver, CO 80202
Denver, Colorado 80202
303-815-6770

Election: Yes, this office will be on the next regular election ballot

Board Member 5

Name: Vacant

Election: Yes, this office will be on the next regular election ballot

Board Candidate Self-Nomination Forms

Any eligible elector of the special district who desires to be a candidate for the office of special district director must file a self-nomination and acceptance form or letter with the designated election official.

Deadline for Self-Nomination Forms

Self-nomination and acceptance forms or letters must be filed not less than 67 days before the date of the regular election.

The district’s election results will be posted on the website of the Colorado Secretary of State(www.sos.state.co.us) and the website indicated below, if any.

Website: ICMD’s Website: interlockendistrict.com

Permanent Mail-In Voter Status

Absentee voting and Permanent absentee voter status (formerly Permanent Mail-In voter status): Where toobtain and return forms.

Kyle Brunger
McLeod Brunger PLLC
10375 Park Meadows Dr., Ste. 260
Lone Tree, CO 80124
kbrunger@mcleodbrunger.com

Applications for absentee voting or for permanent absentee voter status are available from and must be returned to the Designated Election Official.

Notice Completed By

Name: Kyle Brunger
Company/District: c/o McLeod Brunger PLLC
Title: Attorney for District’s general counsel
Email: kbrunger@mcleodbrunger.com
Dated: 01/14/2022

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