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City Council members and staff meet with their students prior to the April 24 meeting to help them learn about the issues, see what was involved in decision making, and learn what questions were important for local government officials to have answered before they vote. During the meeting, City Council members and staff did not speak, so all the deliberation and debating of agenda items took place among the students. The April 24 agenda included several important issues: a NatureWorks grant application to improve the Nisbet Park restrooms, the sale of a 1990 backhoe, leasing police vehicles, a residential occupancy inspection program, and a partnership that would allow the Loveland Police Department to monitor security videos uploaded to Ring's doorbell security system's neighbor portal.
This year, Mayor Bailey was paired with Sam Greenberg. Sam's father, Judge Brad Greenburg, served as Loveland's Mayor from 2003 to 2005. Mayor Bailey said, "This is a great learning experience for Sam and his classmates. They get to see first-hand what it takes to govern a community." Daniel Zamagias also had a previous connection to City Council as his father, Steve Zamagias, served on City Council from 2016 to 2017.
The students and their counterparts were: