PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

    MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1993   

                                  SUBDIVISIONS  
                                  (#158 & #159) 

    The  Board  of  County Commissioners met at 9:00 a.m. in regular session
    with  John  Barnett, Director of Planning.  Chairman Hotchkiss presided;
    Commissioners  Disney  and Duvall were present.  Also present were: Russ
    Legg,  Development  Processing  Administrator;  Al  Kadera,  Subdivision
    Administrator; Elaine Spencer, Director of General Engineering Services;
    Jeannine  Haag,  Assistant  County  Attorney;  and  Bill  Gordon, County
    Administrator.  Recording Clerk, S. Graves. 

    Mr.  Barnett noted that the Windemere Acres Subdivision Preliminary Plat
    Item has been withdrawn by the applicant.   

    Mr.  Barnett stated that the following is a consent item and will not be
    discussed  unless  requested  by  the  Commissioners  and members of the
    audience.   

    1.   GINDLER  STREET  NAME REQUEST - #93-020220: LOCATION 08-06-69; FA-1
         FARMING ZONING (2-22-93)   

    This  is  a request to name a road to serve 35 acre tracts; the proposed
    street  name  is  Gindler  Ranch  Road.   Staff Findings include: 1) The
    proposed  street  name  "Gindler  Ranch Road" is a unique street name in
    this area; 2) The proposed street name has been reviewed and approved by
    all appropriate reviewing agencies. 

    Staff  Recommendation  is  for  Approval  of  the  proposed  street name
    "Gindler Ranch Road" for a previously unnamed street south of Horsetooth
    Reservoir.  

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and
    Recommendation and approve the Gindler Street Name Request (#93-020220).

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    2.   PROUTY  MINOR  RESIDENTIAL  DEVELOPMENT  (#92-EX0186):  NW  1/4  OF
         5-08-68; SOUTH SIDE OF COUNTY ROAD 62 ABOUT 1/2 MILE WEST  
         OF THE INTERSECTION OF COUNTY ROAD 62 AND COLORADO HIGHWAY 1;  
         58 ACRES; 4 LOTS; O-OPEN ZONING (2-22-93)  

    This  is  a request to divide a 58-acre parcel into four lots of 10, 10,
    10,  and  28 acres for single family dwellings.  Mr. Kadera reviewed the
    major  issues  and concerns.  Staff Findings are: 1) The proposed Prouty
    Minor Residential Development is consistent with the zoning of the site,
    with existing development in the area, and with the minimum requirements
    of  the Subdivision Resolution; 2) The County Engineer has reviewed this
    proposal  and made certain recommendations with respect to the access to
    the   proposed  lots;  3)  Approval  of  the  Prouty  Minor  Residential
  
    Development,  with  the  following  conditions,  will  not result in any
    significant   negative   impacts   on  surrounding  properties,  utility
    services,  transportation  facilities,  or  the  natural environment; 4)
    Prouty Minor Residential Development was submitted prior to the February
    1,  1993,  Amendment  to  the  Minor  Residential  Development  process.

    Bryan   Prouty,   applicant,  addressed  the  Board  and  requested  two
    exceptions  to  the  road  requirements:  1)  A 20-foot road with 1-foot
    shoulders  instead  of  22  feet  with  4-foot  shoulders;  and  2)  The
    cul-de-sac  be  moved  from the end of the third lot to the beginning of
    the  third  lot  because  of a small rise in the middle of the third lot
    would  cause  the  end  of  the  cul-de-sac to be out of sight until the
    driver  was  within  200  feet  of  the end.  Ms. Spencer noted that the
    22-foot  road  with 4-foot shoulders is the absolute minimum allowed.  A
    letter  received  from  the  Martins,  adjacent  property  owners,  with
    concerns  of  future subdividing and sufficient irrigation water for all
    was  discussed.  Following lengthy discussion, the Staff Recommendations
    were amended as follows:

    Denial  of the Variance request to allow the street standard proposed by
    the  applicant;  Approval of the Variance request to allow a dead end of
    1,400   feet,  rather  than  660  feet,  with  the  condition  that  the
    construction  of  the  access  be in strict conformance with the minimum
    requirements established by the Larimer County Road Standards and Policy
    Manual,  unless  such conditions are modified and approved by the County
    Engineer; and Approval of the Prouty Minor Residential Development, with
    the  following  conditions:  1)  The  water  line  improvements and road
    construction  shall be included in a Subdivision Improvements Agreement,
    which   is   secured   by   appropriate   collateral.   The  Subdivision
    Improvements  Agreement shall be fully executed before the Final Plat is
    recorded;  2) The method of fire protection, either sprinkler systems or
    on-site  storage,  shall  be  noted  on the Final Plat; 3) The following
    notes  shall  appear  on  the Final Plat: A) Engineered foundation plans
    shall be required for all construction on this site; B) The results of a
    radon  detection test shall be submitted to the Planning Division before
    a  Certificate  of  Occupancy is issued for any residential structure on
    this  site;  C)  Larimer  County  Park  Fees shall be paid when building
    permits  are  issued for single family dwellings on each lot; D) Section
    2.8 Off-Site Road Fees of $6,648 shall be paid when building permits are
    issued  for  single family dwellings on each lot; 4) The applicant shall
    execute  a  written  agreement  with  North  Poudre  Irrigation  Company
    concerning access and maintenance of irrigation facilities on this site;
    5) Before the Final Plat is recorded, the boundary line dispute with the
    adjacent  properties  shall be resolved; 6) Prior to recording the Final
    Plat,  the applicant shall submit an irrigation plan which addresses the
    delivery  and  maintenance  of  irrigation  water  to the proposed lots;
    applicant  shall  also submit to the County Attorney's Office for review
    an  agreement  which  addresses  rights of adjacent property owners with
    respect to irrigation water.
    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and
    Amended  Staff  Recommendations  and  Conditions  and approve the Prouty
    Minor Residential Development (#92-EX0186). 

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    3.  WORKSESSION - ADRIEL HILLS: 

    Mr.  Kadera  reviewed the history and provided an update on Adriel Hills
    Condominiums  which  will  appear  on  next week's Planning Agenda.  Mr.
    Kadera noted that many of the concerns have been addressed and resolved,
    but  next  Monday  a  Site  Plan  for the 16th Supplement to the Overall
    Filing for Adriel Hills will be brought before the Board and items to be
    addressed  will  be to ascertain if building code requirements have been
    met, and that signoffs from all utilities have been obtained from County
    Engineering and for drainage.   

    4.  NON-AGENDA ITEMS DISCUSSED: 

    A) Request from Division of Wildlife - Mr. Gordon noted that a meeting  
    has  been  scheduled  with  Planning,  Engineering, the Sheriff, and the
    Division  of  Wildlife  on  March  2,  1993  to  discuss  Douglas  Lake.

    B) Request for Action on Hohnholz Reservoir Lease: Mr. Legg requested   
    Board approval for a letter of support stating that Hohnholz Lakes are a
    valuable resource to the Larimer County citizens.   

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved that the Board approve the letter of support
    and  recommendation by the Division of Wildlife to renegotiate the lease
    for the Hohnholz Lakes. 

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    C) Public Hearing on Enterprise Zone:  Mr. Barnett asked the Board  
    whether or not a Public Hearing should be held on Enterprise Zones.  The
    application  for  the  Enterprise  Zone is pending and it is anticipated
    that  changes  will  be made in the application--additional areas may be
    eligible, including Estes Park and Berthoud, and it would be appropriate
    to  have  a  Public Hearing on these revisions.  It was recommended that
    the  Overall  Economic Development Committee be the appropriate advisory
    group  for  this process to be continued.  CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to
    refer  this  matter  to  the  Overall  Economic Development Committee to
    consider  having  a  Public Hearing on the Enterprise Zone to review the
    original application and any revisions. 

    D) Senate Bill 67:  Mr. Barnett stated that it would be appropriate for 
    the  Board  to  contact  their  Senators  and  Representatives  to voice
    concerns  regarding  Senate  Bill  67--the  Bill  which  would raise the
    35-acre designation to 160 acres.   
    E) Policy for Meeting with Developers: Commissioner Disney requested
    guidance  regarding policy for meeting with developers prior to meetings
    concerning  land-use  items.   Ms.  Haag stated there is no problem with
    visiting  the  site,  but disclosure of such a visit and any information
    gained from the visit should be shared publicly with the audience at the
    land-use meeting.   

    F) Design Review Overlay Zone: Commissioner Disney questioned whether   
    Larimer  County  could  adopt a Design Review Overlay Zone to apply some
    covenants  to  development  to  prevent  building  on top of ridge lines
    noting  that  "visual  landscape  is  a  basic  resource  which  must be
    preserved".   Ms.  Haag  will  research this concept to see if it can be
    included in our Master Plan.

    G) Planning and Legal Worksession: Commissioner Duvall proposed to Ms.  
    Haag  that a Planning/Legal Worksession be scheduled to discuss what the
    Board  can  and  cannot  do, where policy exists or does not exist, etc.

    The meeting recessed at 11:15 a.m.  

          MEETING WITH PARKS AND RECREATION TO REVIEW PARKS MASTER PLAN 
                                  (#159 @ 2523) 

    The  Board  of  County  Commissioners reconvened at 1:30 p.m. in regular
    session  with  John  MacFarlane,  Director of Parks.  Chairman Hotchkiss
    presided;  Commissioners  Disney  and Duvall were present.  Also present
    were:  K-Lynn  Cameron,  Parks  Planner; Members of the Parks Board; and
    Bill Gordon, County Administrator.  Recording Clerk, S. Graves. 

    Ms.  Cameron  reviewed the Comprehensive Parks Department Master Plan as
    developed  by  EDAW  and  a  Citizens Task Force; Ms. Cameron noted that
    Larimer County is one of the fastest growing counties in the country and
    that  the  parks  in  Larimer County are nearing capacity.  Ms.  Cameron
    reviewed  the  process  followed for developing this Master Plan and the
    eight  options  considered  for  adoption.   After  conducting a Larimer
    County Parks Survey, the option chosen by the Task Force was to maintain
    the  current  system  at  an  acceptable  level and expand the system to
    include  trails  and  open  space.   The  Task Force developed a Mission
    Statement and goals and objectives; the Mission Statement states in part
    that  the  mission  of  Larimer  County Parks is to provide high-quality
    outdoor  recreational  opportunities for present and future residents of
    the County and its visitors.  The goals under the Mission Statement were
    outlined;  provide  diverse  opportunities  for  water-based recreation,
    protect  open  space  within the County, coordinate the development of a
    regional  trail  system,  provide a safe and high quality experience for
    all  users  of county parks and facilities, and provide adequate funding
    and make the most of resources. 

    Ms.  Cameron  broke down by percentage the funding sources and potential
    funding  increase  strategy;  such  as,  increase in user fees, Colorado
    Lottery,  one-cent sales tax, land dedication, grants, etc.  Ms. Cameron
    noted that currently in the master planning process they are in the long
    extended  public  review process; meeting with all the cities and towns,
    parks and recreation boards, service clubs, to spread the information to
    as many people as possible and to incorporate their ideas into the plan.
    Ms.  Cameron  will be coming back to the Board in late Spring asking for
    the  Board's  recommendation  to  send the Master Plan onto the Planning
    Commission, so the Planning Department and the Parks Department can work
    together  in the implementation of this Plan thru the development review
    process.

    Mr.  Ken Ashley, former Parks Board Chairman, thanked the Citizen's Task
    Force for all their time and effort in putting together this Master Plan
    which  is  acceptable to Staff, the Parks Board, and the Board of County
    Commissioners.  Chairman Hotchkiss also thanked the Task Force and noted
    they  have  done  a  great  job in laying out the options.  Commissioner
    Disney  suggested  the  Parks  Department  explore the idea of obtaining
    ISTEA funding.  

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Duvall  moved that the Board of County Commissioners adopt
    Option  7 of the Comprehensive Parks Master Plan to maintain the current
    system  at  an acceptable level and expand the system to include limited
    trails  and open space, extend the Board's appreciation to the Citizen's
    Task  Force for their dedication and involvement, and let the Staff know
    they are heading in the right direction.

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    After  reviewing  anticipated proposed increases in personnel, operating
    and  management, and capital expenses for the Parks Department for 1993,
    Mr.  MacFarlane requested Board approval of an additional $129,375 to be
    derived  from  the  Parks  Conservation  Trust  Fund; currently having a
    balance  of  $546,730.   Mr.  MacFarlane  noted that the Parks Board has
    reviewed  this  expenditure  increase  and  recommends  approval.   Much
    discussion followed.

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved that the Board approve the additional budget
    request of $129,375 for the Parks Department for 1993; but cautioned Mr.
    MacFarlane  to  delay  payout  as  much as possible until the effects of
    Amendment  #1  are  determined.   Monies  for  this  expenditure will be
    derived from the Conservation Trust Fund.   

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    The meeting adjourned at 3:45 p.m.  
    TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1993  

                HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES (HHS) QUARTERLY MEETING   
                                     (#161) 

    The  Board  of  County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. in regular session
    with  Paul  Cooper,  HHS Chairman and Director of Community Corrections.
    Chairman  Hotchkiss  presided;  Commissioners  Disney  and  Duvall  were
    present.   Also  present  were  the  following HHS Council Members: Neil
    Gluckman,   ETS   Director;   Dr.  Adrienne  LeBailly,  Director  Health
    Department;  Doug  Keasling,  Director Social Services; Dr. Keith Olson,
    Director   Mental   Health;   and  Bill  Gordon,  County  Administrator.
    Recording Clerk, S. Graves.-

    Mr.  Cooper reviewed the history and organization of the HHS Council and
    noted   that   the   key   components   of  the  Mission  Statement  are
    communications  and  coordination  between  the Departments of Community
    Corrections,   Employment   and   Training   Services,   Health,   Human
    Development,  Mental  Health,  and Social Services.  Mr. Cooper outlined
    the   tenure,   duties   and   responsibilities   of  the  Chairman  and
    Vice-Chairman  of the HHS Council and the 1992 goals and accomplishments
    were reviewed for the new Commissioners.

    Discussion  ensued  regarding  future  direction  for  the  HHS Council.
    Commissioner   Duvall  queried  whether  there  was  a  way  to  measure
    accomplishments  in  protecting  and  improving  the quality of life for
    individuals and families in the County and wondered if it is possible to
    measure  "outcomes"  for such things as affordable housing, availability
    of  affordable  health  care,  juvenile  crime, etc.  Chairman Hotchkiss
    stated we need to identify the magnitude of these problems and determine
    what  is  our  responsibility to solve.  Commissioner Disney asked if it
    was  possible  to  prepare  a  spectrum-impact  statement,  such  as  an
    environmental  impact  statement,  and  he  would  like  to  address the
    perception of duplication/effectiveness of services.

    It  was  noted  that process rather than issues will be discussed at the
    County  Retreat  and  Commissioner Duvall expressed interest in having a
    worksession  with  legal counsel sometime in the future to determine the
    Board's  legal  position  with  regard  to  taking  a  stand  on issues.

    The meeting adjourned at 10:35 a.m. 

    WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1993

                             ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS 
                                     (#162) 

    The  Board  of  County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. in regular session
    with  Bill  Gordon,  County Administrator.  Chairman Hotchkiss presided;
    Commissioners  Disney and Duvall were present.  Also present were:  Rena
    Mackrill,  Director  of  Human  Development;  Carol Gillespie, Community
    Programming  Director;  Char Jockman, CHAT Coordinator; and Linda Coxen,
    District  Attorney  Office  Administrator.   Recording Clerk, S. Graves.
    1.   REQUEST  FOR  APPROVAL AND SIGNATURE ON THE 1993 COMMUNITY SERVICES
    BLOCK GRANT (CSBG) WORK PLAN:  Ms. Gillespie requested Board approval of
    the  1993 CSBG Work Plan and noted the Plan is the same as presented the
    past  three  years.   Ms.  Gillespie  stated  that the grant is based on
    poverty  population  and  the  allocation  was increased by $10,000 this
    year.  No County funds are required for this request.   

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Duvall  moved  that  the  Board approve the 1993 Community
    Services  Block  Grant  Work  Plan,  as  requested,  and  authorized the
    Chairman to sign same.  

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    2.   REQUEST  FOR APPROVAL OF A GRANT APPLICATION REGARDING THE "LARIMER
    COUNTY YOUTH OUTREACH PROJECT":  Ms. Coxen requested Board approval of a
    grant  application  for  the Larimer County Youth Outreach Project.  The
    purpose  of  the  grant  is  to create a County-based outreach center to
    facilitate  the entry and dissemination for all information and services
    available for prevention and intervention of tobacco and alcohol use and
    abuse for youth in Larimer County.  Much discussion followed.   

    Commissioner   Duvall   expressed  her  concern  that  with  this  grant
    application a complete new program is being developed and she would like
    to  see  coordination  with  Team  Fort  Collins, Loveland, and the DARE
    Program.   CONSENSUS  OF  THE  BOARD  was to defer action on this matter
    until  a  meeting  can  be  scheduled with John Mudgett, Substance Abuse
    Prevention  Coordinator and promoter of this grant, to ascertain if this
    program  can  be  incorporated  with  one  already  existing  to prevent
    duplication of operational costs.   

    3.  WORKSESSION:

    -- Cultural Conservancy Information Item:  Mr. Gordon informed the Board
    that  the Cultural Conservancy has been successful in obtaining the $600
    matching   funds  necessary  to  comply  with  the  Commissioners  grant
    conditions;  therefore,  the County will issue a check for $1,317.50 for
    their  portion  of the grant for the work session this week.  Mr. Gordon
    also  issued  an  invitation  to  the Board from Mary Palmer to attend a
    worksession  in  the  Department of Human Development to be held at 1:30
    p.m. on February 26, 1993.  

    --  House Bill 1038: Ms. Rodenberger, Larimer County Clerk and Recorder,
    wanted  to  inform  the Board that she is going to testify next week for
    House  Bill  1038  and wondered if the Board had objections because this
    increase  in revenue (approximately $200,000), for one-half year, may be
    a concern because of Amendment #1.  CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to take a
    neutral position on this matter.
    --  PILT  Legislation: The Board received a request from the Director of
    CCI  to  write  a  letter  of support to Senators Campbell and Brown and
    Congressman  Allard  requesting  them  to co-sponsor federal legislation
    related  to Federal Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILT).  The Board directed
    Mr.  Gordon  to  write  a  letter  of  support  for this request for the
    Commissioners to sign.  

    --  Stanley  Hotel  Roof Repairs: Commissioner Disney received a request
    for  the  Board  to  send a letter of support to the Colorado Historical
    Society supporting the application for a grant proposal for roof repairs
    on the Stanley Hotel.   

    --  Combined  Communication  Services:  On  November  9,  1992,  Sheriff
    Shockley  was  directed  by  the  Board  to  take the leadership role in
    determining  interest and participation efforts of all service providers
    in  Larimer  County in contracting for an analysis and study to design a
    plan  and  cost  figures  for a combined communication center and report
    back  to  the Board within sixty days.  Today, Sheriff Shockley reported
    that  the  Poudre Emergency Communications Center is willing to fund 25%
    of  a  study  up  to $25,000; this includes Poudre Valley Hospital, Fort
    Collins  Police,  and  Poudre Valley Fire;butd no one else is willing to
    fund  this study.  The cost of the study is between $20,000 and $80,000.
    Due to lack of interest and cooperation, Commissioner Disney and Sheriff
    Shockley will meet to decide the next course of action. 

    4.  DOCUMENT REVIEW:  The following documents, of a routine nature, were
    considered by the Board:

    MINUTES/AGENDA  

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that  the Board approve the Minutes for the
    week  of  February  15, 1993, as amended, and the Agenda for the week of
    March 1, 1993, as submitted.

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve Petitions for Abatement
    for  Timberline  Tech  Center,  Inc., and Commercial Federal Savings, as
    recommended by the County Assessor, Stephen Miller. 

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   
    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner   Disney   moved  that  the  Board  approve  the  following
    miscellaneous  documents: Vista Bonita 6th Amended Plat; Blakeslee Minor
    Residential  Development Plat; Ranch Acres Amended Plat; Amended Plat of
    Lot  21  of  the  Replat  of Lots 2, 3, 4 and 5 of the Replat of Part of
    Block  2 and a Part of Block 3 of Boxelder Estates First Filing, and the
    East  36.66  Feet of Lot 1 of the Replat of a Part of Block 2 and a Part
    of  Block  3  of  Boxelder  Estates  First  Filing; Audrey's Acres Minor
    Residential  Development Plat; Tiley Minor Residential Development Plat;
    and  the Statement of the Semi-Annual Condition of Larimer County to the
    Board of County Commissioners by the County Treasurer of Larimer County.

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    LIQUOR  LICENSES:   County  Approval  was granted to Mulberry Inn - 6% -
    Fort Collins, CO.   

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner   Disney   moved  that  the  Board  approve  the  following
    documents:  

    A93-20   AGREEMENT CONCERNING ROAD IMPROVEMENTS ON COUNTY ROAD 38E  
             BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND DARRYL D. KIMMEL 
             AND MARY K. KANE (Project #169)

    D93-04   DEED OF DEDICATION BY JOHN W. DAY FAMILY PARTNERSHIP (Dedication   
             of Portion of Property to be Used as Public Highway -  
             (Project #175) 

    D93-05   DEED OF DEDICATION BY HOLNAM, INC. (Dedication of Portion of   
             Property to be Used as Public Highway - Project #145)  

    R93-26s  FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE PLAT OF AUDREY'S ACRES  
             MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT  

    R93-27s  FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE PRELIMINARY PLAT OF KOTIN   
             SUBDIVISION

    R93-28s  FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE PLAT OF FEIGHNER MINOR  
             RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

    R93-29s  FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE VACATION OF A PORTION OF
             A WATER EASEMENT OF WINDCLIFF ESTATES SUBDIVISION  

    R93-30s  FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE EXTENSION OF PRELIMINARY
             PLAT APPROVAL OF SADDLEBACK SUBDIVISION, PHASES II, III & IV   

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    The meeting recessed at 11:00 a.m.  

                     APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 

    The  Board  of  County  Commissioners reconvened at 2:00 p.m. in regular
    session to make appointments to County Boards and Commissions.  Chairman
    Hotchkiss  presided; Commissioners Disney and Duvall were present.  Also
    present  were  Bill  Gordon,  County  Administrator  and  Joan  Duchene,
    Secretary to the Commissioners.  Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner   Disney   moved  that  the  Board  make  appointments  and
    re-appointments to the following Advisory Boards and Committees:

    BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT:  Reappoint Harry Halfacre as alternate for a 1 year
    term  ending  12/31/93.  Appoint Phil B. Mazur as alternate for a 1 year
    term ending 12/31/93, and Patrick Fitzsimmons for 3 year term.  

    BOARD  OF  APPEALS:   Reappoint  James A. Cox and Roger R. Dechairo as a
    regular  member  each  for  a  3  year term ending 12/31/95, and appoint
    Harold  Miller  as  an  alternate  member  for the remainder of his term
    ending 12/31/93.

    BOARD  OF HEALTH:  Reappoint Kenneth Curtis, Jr., M.D. for a 5 year term
    ending  2/11/98.   Appoint  Commissioner  Jim  Disney as Liaison Member.

    BOARD  OF  MENTAL  HEALTH:  Reappoint  Cheryl  Nichols for a 3 year term
    ending 12/31/95.  Appoint Fran Riggenberg and Jane Lovejoy, each for a 1
    year term ending 12/31/93; and Dr. Peggy Pettit for a 3 year term ending
    12/31/95.   

    EXTENSION ADVISORY BOARD: Rita Bennett's term re-established as a 3 year
    term ending 12/31/95.   

    OVERALL  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT  COMMITTEE:  Reappoint  Brian Buell, Alan
    Cunningham,  Vern  Sunset,  and Chris Zell each for a 3 year term ending
    12/31/95.   Appoint  Commissioner  Duvall  as Liaison to this Committee.

    PLACEMENT  ALTERNATIVES  COMMISSION:  Reappoint  Joni Friedman and Galen
    Kirchmer  each  for  a  3  year  term ending 12/31/95.  Appoint Caroline
    Westers  and  Al  Sharon  each  for  a  3  year  term  ending  12/31/95.

    PLANNING  COMMISSION: Appoint Edward Haimes and Michael Doten each for a
    3 year term ending 12/31/95.

    WEED CONTROL DISTRICT ADVISORY COMMITTEE: Reappoint Gilbert Aronoff, Dr.
    George  Beck,  Beatrice  Boner, Connie Lynn Ludwig, and Oscar H. Schmunk
    each  for  a 1 year term ending 12/31/93.  Appoint Ken Wood for a 1 year
    term ending 12/31/93.   

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    CONSENSUS  OF  THE  BOARD was that next year when appointments are made,
    each   Department   Head  will  be  requested  to  be  present  to  make
    recommendations  and be available for questions.  Also, it was suggested
    that the application form be revised.   

    The  meeting recessed at 3:50 p.m. and continued at 9:00 a.m. on Friday,
    February 26, 1993 and adjourned at 10:00 a.m.   



                                             _________________________________  
                                             COURTLYN W. HOTCHKISS, CHAIRMAN
    ( S E A L )                              BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS  

    ATTEST: 




    ______________________________________  
    Sherry E. Graves, Deputy County Clerk