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    PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

    MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1993  

                                  SUBDIVISIONS  
                                     (#184) 

    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: Al
    Kadera,  Subdivision  Administrator; Elaine Spencer, Director of General
    Engineering  Services;  Jerry  Blehm, Environmental Health; and Jeannine
    Haag, Assistant County Attorney.  Recording Clerk, S. Graves.   

    Mr.  Barnett  noted that the Sunship Planned Unit Development Final Plat
    Addendum  has  been  removed  from today's agenda and will be heard at a
    later date. 

    1.   MIZER  MINOR  RESIDENTIAL  DEVELOPMENT  AND  REZONING (#92-MS0185):
         NW 1/4 29-05-72; NORTH SIDE OF US HIGHWAY 34, NORTH OF THE 
         INTERSECTION OF US HIGHWAY 34 AND MALL ROAD; 3.64 ACRES; 2 LOTS;   
         B-BUSINESS ZONING EXISTING (3-22-93)   

    This  is  a  request for Minor Residential Development and Rezoning - to
    rezone  from  B-Business  to A-Accommodations and to divide the property
    into  three tracts, one for the existing lodge and two for single family
    dwellings.   Mr.  Kadera  noted  that  the only deviation from the usual
    conditions  is  Staff's  suggestion  for a reservation of a right-of-way
    instead  of dedication, which would eliminate most of the parking lot in
    front  of  the  lodge.   With  the reservation, when it is time to widen
    Highway 34, the State Highway Department will need to negotiate with the
    property  owner  to  make  provision for adequate parking for the lodge.
    Mr.  Mizer,  applicant, addressed the Board and is in agreement with the
    conditions  outlined  by  Staff.   Mr.  Gary  Coleman, adjacent property
    owner,  requested  it be noted in the minutes that his property is zoned
    B-Business and sometime in the future, they will probably try to develop
    the  site.  Staff Findings include:  1) The proposed rezoning will allow
    the  existing lodge to continue to operate while protecting the adjacent
    residential area from additional commercial development; 2) The proposed
    Minor Residential Development is an appropriate means of developing this
    site  given the limited potential for residential sites; 3) The proposed
    residential  lots  are  consistent  with  existing  development  in  the
    immediate  area; 4) Approval of the proposed rezoning will not result in
    any  significant  negative  impacts  on  surrounding properties, utility
    services, transportation facilities or the natural environment; 5) Mizer
    Minor  Residential  Development  was  submitted prior to the February 1,
    1993  Amendedment  to  the  Minor  Residential  Development  procedures.

    The  Staff/Planning Commissioner Recommendations are for Approval of the
    rezoning  of this site from B-Business to A-Accommodations, and Approval
    of   the   Mizer   Minor  Residential  Development  with  the  following
    conditions: 1) The approval of the Minor Residential Development is null
    and  void  if the rezoning of the site to A-Accommodations is denied; 2)
    The  Final  Plat  of  the  Mizer  Minor Residential Development shall be
    completed  in  strict  conformance  with  the  plan  submitted  for this
  
    hearing,  including  all  notes,  except as modified below; 3) The Final
    Plat shall include a reservation of right-of-way for the future widening
    of  Highway 34.  A half right-of-way of 75 feet shall be provided except
    directly in front of the Olympus Lodge where the half right-of-way shall
    be  70  feet  to  protect  the  existing  structure; 4) Any improvements
    necessary  to  improve  roads or extend utilities shall be included in a
    Subdivision   Improvements   Agreement.   These  improvements  shall  be
    guaranteed   by  posting  appropriate  collateral  as  required  by  the
    Collateral  Policy;  5)  A  note  concerning engineered foundation plans
    shall  be  added  to  the  Final  Plat;  6)  Easements needed by utility
    companies shall be included on the Final Plat.  The building envelope on
    Tract  B  shall be amended to avoid the existing overhead power line and
    to  provide an appropriate setback from the existing access road; 7) The
    applicant  shall address the comments of the Division of Wildlife before
    the  Final  Plat  is  recorded.   This  can  be  accomplished  by adding
    appropriate notes to the Final Plat or recording protective covenants to
    address  the  wildlife  concerns;  8) The applicant shall address future
    road  maintenance  by  adding  a  note  to  the  Final Plat or recording
    homeowners  documents  to  require  that  the  owners  of Tracts A and B
    participate  in  any  program  to maintain the road in this area; 9) The
    County  Zoning  Administrator notes that uses on tracts A and B shall be
    limited  to  single family dwellings.  A note should appear on the Final
    Plat  concerning this condition.  Setbacks should also be noted on Tract
    A to avoid any confusion when a building permit is requested.   

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and
    Staff/Planning  Commission  Recommendations  and approve the Mizer Minor
    Residential  Development  and Rezoning (#92-MS0185), with the conditions
    as outlined.

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    WORKSESSION  ITEM:   Mr.  Barnett  expanded on the implications of House
    Bill  1323  and Mr. Graves' intentions to develop a large tract of land.
    A  large  portion of the land would be set aside in permanent open space
    and  a  small  portion of the land developed at a very low-impact level.
    Mr.  Barnett  stated the concept is good, but needs some work.  However,
    HB  1323  could  open  the  door to some real abuses and lead to lack of
    control of rural land use.  The request today is for the Board to direct
    Mr.  Barnett  to  work  with  Mr. Graves on this concept to determine if
    there  is  some  way this can work so the precedent set will be positive
    for  the  County in managing rural land use.  Mr. Barnett said this is a
    chance to do some innovative high-quality development which will benefit
    other  parcels  in  the  County as well as this one.  Chairman Hotchkiss
    asked  if  the  land  could  be  developed  under  the  existing  P.U.D.
    regulations; Mr. Barnett stated that the P.U.D. regulations are designed
    for urban development and a number of variances would need to be granted
    for  this type of development.  Mr. Barnett stated we need to respond to
    the needs of the landowner, but we don't want to create another monster.
    There  is  a need to come up with a way to develop agriculture and rural
    land which makes more sense and yet maintain agricultural use as much as
    possible.  CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to direct Mr. Barnett to work with
    Mr.  Graves  in  developing  a  proposal  for  the  Board  to  consider.
    The meeting recessed at 9:35 a.m.   

           MEETING REGARDING FRONT RANGE HIGH SPEED RAIL SYSTEM (#186)  

    The  Board  of  County  Commissioners reconvened at 1:30 p.m. in regular
    session  with  John  Peacock,  Challenge  Fort  Collins  Representative.
    Chairman  Hotchkiss  presided;  Commissioners  Disney  and  Duvall  were
    present.  Also present were: Rex Smith, Director of Public Works; Elaine
    Spencer,   Director  of  General  Engineering  Services;  John  Barnett,
    Director  of  Planning;  and  Wayne Lawler, Acting County Administrator.
    Recording Clerk, S. Graves. 

    Mr.  Peacock  presented  a slide show outlining the conceptual idea of a
    high-speed rail system to Denver and the new International Airport.  The
    rail  system would haul freight as well as passengers, would make use of
    existing  tracks,  and be planned in three phases; the rail system would
    be expanded to Cheyenne, Laramie, and Pueblo, and eventually into Canada
    and  Mexico.   The  purpose  of today's meeting was mainly to inform the
    Board  about  this  rail  system;  but Mr. Peacock did request the Board
    write   a  letter  of  endorsement  for  the  rail  system  to  Dr.  Ray
    Chamberlain,  Colorado  Department of Transportation Executive Director.
    Chairman  Hotchkiss  indicated the Board will meet with Dr.  Chamberlain
    and discuss this high-speed rail system further.

    The meeting adjourned at 2:20 p.m.  

    TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1993 

                       HEALTH DEPARTMENT QUARTERLY MEETING  
                                     (#187) 

    The  Board  of  County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. in regular session
    with  Dr.  Adrienne  LeBailly,  Director of Health Department.  Chairman
    Hotchkiss  presided;  Commissioners  Disney  and  Duvall  were  present.
    Recording Clerk, S.  Graves.

    Dr.  LeBailly  provided  a  ten-minute  video  presentation  of services
    provided by the Health Department.  Dr. LeBailly informed the Board that
    April  12-16,  1993  is  Colorado  Public Health Week and noted that Dr.
    Joycelyn  Elders,  Surgeon General-designate, will be speaking in Denver
    on  April  16  at the Museum of Natural History, and invited to Board to
    attend. 

    Dr.  LeBailly  asked  the  Board  if  they would like a quarterly budget
    report;  Chairman  Hotchkiss  stated,  "If  there  are problems with the
    budget,  we  will  discuss  them".  Dr. LeBailly stated the only current
    problem  is  the  uncertainty  of  how  Amendment  #1  will  affect  the
    Department.   Dr.  LeBailly  described  two bills before the Legislature
    which might have an impact on the Health Department.

    Dr.  LeBailly  described  a  grant received from the Robert Wood Johnson
    Foundation  which  will allow the tracking of all immunizations given to
    pre-school children and reported that full cooperation has been received
    from every physician, clinic, and health-care provider in Larimer County
    received to report every immunization given.
    Dr.  LeBailly  stated that 18 food-training sessions were held last year
    for the food managers in Larimer County, the emphasis being on education
    rather than regulation. 

    Dr.  LeBailly  reported  to  the  Board  that  the Rocky Mountain Poison
    Control Center in Denver provides a service covering the entire State of
    Colorado;  in 1991, 2800 calls were taken from Larimer County residents,
    and  this  service  is  largely financed by the citizens of Denver.  Dr.
    LeBailly  noted  that  our  fair share for this number of calls would be
    $38,000.   The  Poison Control Center is in financial trouble and cannot
    afford  to  provide  this  service any longer for those that do not pay.
    Dr.  LeBailly  is  going  to approach the E911 Board proposing that if 5
    cents  a  month  could  be  added  to phone bills, this service could be
    continued  in  Larimer  County.   Dr.  LeBailly  requested  the Board to
    indicate their support to the E911 Board for this proposal. 

    The meeting recessed at 10:35 a.m.  

                       HUMAN DEVELOPMENT QUARTERLY MEETING  
                                     (#188) 

    The  Board  of  County Commissioners reconvened at 10:40 a.m. in regular
    session  with  Rena  Mackrill,  Director of Human Development.  Chairman
    Hotchkiss  presided; Commissioners Disney and Duvall were present.  Also
    present  were:  Lyn  Thor,  Nutrition  Program  Director; Shelly McGraw,
    Office  on  Aging  Director;  Elizabeth  Kelly, Long-Term Care Ombudsman
    Director;  Carol  Gillespie,  Director  Community  Programming;  Joannie
    Schlueter,   Administrative   Services   Director;   and  Wayne  Buhlig,
    Weatherization Director.  Recording Clerk, S. Graves.   

    Each  of  the following persons provided an overview of their respective
    departments:

    LYNN  THOR  -  SENIOR  CHUCKWAGON  PROGRAM:  This Program is part of the
    National  Network of Nutrition Programs for the Elderly funded under the
    Older  Americans  Act.  Senior Chuckwagon is operated with 6.4 FTE's and
    400  senior  volunteers,  79,354  meals were served last year in Larimer
    County.   Ms.  Thor  noted  that Senior Chuckwagon is operating out of a
    sub-standard  kitchen  and  is  looking for a relocation site.  With the
    prospect  of  new  construction  money  coming  into the State, they are
    considering  three alternative sites for a new kitchen:  1) City of Fort
    Collins  Senior  Center;  2) Sheriff's Department future needs; 3) Front
    Range Community College.

    SHELLEY  MCGRAW  -  OFFICE ON AGING:  The main function of the Office on
    Aging  is  to  provide services to seniors over the age of 60, targeting
    the  low-income  and  socially  deprived.   This  year  funds  have been
    allocated for Elder Abuse and they are working with the Adult Protection
    Team to hold an Elder Abuse Symposium.  Another new area being developed
    is  Disease  Prevention  and Health Promotion, for provision of funds to
    assist  in  areas  not covered by Medicare.  Ms. McGraw noted that their
    main  concern  is  that Title I allocations have been reduced by $39,000
    and  they  are  still  waiting  to  see how Amendment #1 will affect the
    Office on Aging.
    ELIZABETH  KELLY  -  LONG-TERM  CARE: Ms. Kelly noted that the Ombudsman
    Program  is  primarily focused on providing advocacy and remediation for
    seniors  who  are  in long-term care facilities.  The primary role is to
    intervene  on  behalf  of  the individual; they are striving to increase
    their visibility and interaction in the board-and-care homes.  Ms. Kelly
    noted  that  the  majority  of  the  individuals  in  rest  homes are on
    Medicaid.   

    CAROL  GILLESPIE  -  COMMUNITY PROGRAMMING: Ms. Gillespie noted that the
    Office  of  Community  Development  has a broader program design because
    their  funding  is  not  tied to a particular area.  Their Mission is to
    empower  people,  including clients, volunteers, concerned citizens, and
    staff  to reach, with dignity, their highest level of human potential by
    enhancing  self-esteem,  freedom  of  choice,  community investment, and
    self-sufficiency.   Ms.  Gillespie  described  the  various activites of
    Community Programming and noted that only 4% of their funding is derived
    from County dollars.

    WAYNE  BUHLIG  - WEATHERIZATION: Mr. Buhlig stated the major emphasis of
    the Weatherization Program is on energy conservation, but rehabilitation
    is  also included.  They have a budget of $1,046,208 for disbursement in
    Larimer and Weld Counties.  A client must be at 125% of poverty level to
    qualify  for  the program.  Based on the 1990 census, 441,060 persons in
    Larimer Counties qualified in this low-income bracket.  Mr. Buhlig noted
    that 491 homes are scheduled for weatherization in 1993.

    JOANNIE  SCHLUETER  -  ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES:  Ms. Schlueter and Staff
    are  responsible  for  the  budgeting,  accounting, contract writing and
    reviewing,  grant  recording,  information  management  work,  financial
    information  for program staff, and payroll.  Ms. Schlueter outlined the
    Human  Resource  Program,  funded by the City of Fort Collins, Loveland,
    and  the  Board  of  County  Commissioners, and the Senior Tax Write-Off
    Program.

    Ms. Mackrill expressed her pride in the Human Development Department and
    in all of their accomplishments.

    The meeting adjourned at 11:35 a.m. 

    WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1993   

                             ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS 
                                  (#184 @ 1800) 

    The  Board  of  County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. in regular session
    with  Wayne  Lawler,  Acting  County  Administrator.  Chairman Hotchkiss
    presided;  Commissioners  Disney  and Duvall were present.  Also present
    were:   Patty   Arnett,  Health  Department  Business  Manager;  Richard
    Shockley, Sheriff; Captain Gary Darling, Sheriff's Department Operations
    Division.  Recording Clerk, S. Graves.  

    1.  REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF THE AMERICAN STOP SMOKING INTERVENTION STUDY
    (ASSIST)  PROJECT GRANT APPLICATION PROPOSAL: Ms. Arnett requested Board
    approval  and  the  Chairman's  signature on a grant application for the
    American  Stop Smoking Invervention Study Project; the proposal requests
    funding  ($35,000)  for  the first year of a five-year plan and requires
    the addition of a 3/4 time Health Educator.  If the grant is accepted by
    the  Colorado  Department  of  Health,  it  will  be incorporated in the
    statewide  plan  for  submission  to the National Cancer Institute.  Ms.
    Arnett  stated that no County match is required, all indirect costs will
    be  covered,  and  if the grant funding is discontinued, the program and
    staffing will also cease.   

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved that the Board approve the grant application
    for  the  American  Stop Smoking Intervention Study (Assist) Project, as
    requested by Ms. Arnett.

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    2.   COURTHOUSE  SECURITY  -  BID RESULTS: Mr. Lawler informed the Board
    that  two  bids  have  been  received  for  the contractual services for
    courthouse  security.   An  analysis  of  the  bids  indicates  that the
    Wackenhut  Corporation  met  all  the requirements and is the low bidder
    (approximately  $50,000).   This is a three-year lease purchase and then
    Larimer  County will own the magnascanner.  The previous Board set aside
    $80,000 in th 1993 Sheriff's budget for this expenditure and supervision
    of  this  service  will be with the Sheriff's Department.  Mr. Lawler is
    requesting Board authorization to accept this bid.  

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved that the Board approve the acceptance of the
    Wackenhut Corporation  bid for courthouse security. 

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    3.   APPOINTMENT BY MUTUAL AGREEMENT BY THE CITY OF FORT COLLINS AND THE
    BOARD  OF  COUNTY  COMMISSIONERS TO THE LARIMER COUNTY URBAN GROWTH AREA
    REVIEW BOARD:   

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that  the  Board  of  County  Commissioners
    reappoint  Ralph  Waldo  and  appoint Karen Harder to the Larimer County
    Urban  Growth  Area  Review Board, each for 3-year terms ending December
    31,  1995,  as  recommended  by  Resolution  adopted by the City of Fort
    Collins on March 16, 1993.  

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    4.  EARTH  DAY  EVENT  PARTICIPATION:  Mr. Lawler noted that the City of
    Fort  Collins  is  proposing that Larimer County, the City, and Colorado
    State  University  participate  in  a carpooling incentive program again
    this  year  during  Earth Week - April 19-23.  There will be a challenge
    and prizes donated by the City.  CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was that Larimer
    County  Employees  will  be encouraged to participate in this carpooling
    incentive program.  

    5.   APPOINTMENT  OF THE COUNTY'S LIAISON TO THE FORT COLLINS COMMISSION
    ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN: 

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board appoint Sue Cottingham to serve
    as Larimer County's Liaison to the Fort Collins Commission on the Status
    of  Women,  and  proposed that a letter of appreciation be sent to Bobby
    Cullor,  Administrative  Assistant  to  the  Assessor,  thanking her for
    serving in this position for the past two years.

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    6.  WORKSESSION:

    --  Employee  Meeting  -  April  14,  1993:  After conversing with Frank
    Lancaster,   Director  of  Natural  Resources,  regarding  the  Employee
    Meeting,  scheduled  for  4:30  p.m. on April 14, and becoming cognizant
    that employees working a distance from the Courthouse cannot attend this
    meeting,  Commissioner  Disney  recommended  that  a  second  meeting be
    scheduled.   CONSENSUS  OF  THE  BOARD was to schedule a second Employee
    Meeting  on  April  14  at  6:00  p.m., pending availability of the City
    Council Chambers for the extra time.

    -- Request for Health Care Forum: The Board has been asked to co-sponsor
    a  forum on health care and access to health care for low-income persons
    on  Saturday,  May  1, 1993 at St. Elizabeth Seton Church from 8:45 a.m.
    until  Noon.   CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to agree to be co-sponsors for
    the Health Care Forum on May 1, 1993.   

    -- Report on Meeting for 90-Day Money: Commissioner Duvall reported that
    a  meeting will be held May 1st or 2nd, as soon as Don Sandoval returns,
    to determine what needs to be done to become the recipient of the 90-day
    money  soon  to  be  appropriated for construction projects in Colorado.

    --  Information  Item: Commissioner Duvall stated a meeting will be held
    Monday,  March  29, 1993 at 9:00 a.m. with citizens and staff to explore
    options  to  create  a  new process regarding appointments to Boards and
    Commissions.   Chairman Hotchkiss recommended the group also discuss the
    problem  of  how  to  get  more  people  to  apply  for these Boards and
    Commissions.

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

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that  the Board approve the Minutes for the
    week  of  March 15, 1993, and the Agenda for the week of March 29, 1993,
    as submitted.   

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

    Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve Petitions for Abatement
    for   Thomas  Dinkel;  Pearleen  Morrison,  Southglen  Apts.  (11);  and
    Lamplighter  Motel; as recommended by the County Assessor, Steve Miller.

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    LIQUOR  LICENSES:  County  Approval  was  granted to The Landings Resort
    Restaurant and Beach Club - 6% - Fort Collins, CO.  

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner   Disney   moved  that  the  Board  approve  the  following
    documents:  

    A93-43  AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND HEALTHY 
            BEGINNINGS (Program for Uninsured and Under-Insured Pregnant
            Women in Southern Larimer County)   

    A93-44  AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND LOVELAND,   
            BERTHOUD, ESTES PARK BRANCH NMSS, COLORADO CHAPTER (Services for
            Residents with Multiple Sclerosis)  

    A93-45  AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE 
            FORT COLLINS BRANCH NMSS, COLORADO CHAPTER (Comprehensive   
            Services for Multiple Sclerosis Patients)   

    A93-46  AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND RESPITE 
            CARE (Day and Night Relief to Families of Handicapped Children) 

    A93-47  AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND 
            TRANSITION SERVICES (Job Screening, Coaching, and Placement 
            for Disabled Workers, Etc.) 

    A93-48  AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND CRISIS  
            AND INFORMATION HELPLINE (24-Hour Telephone Service for Crisis  
            Intervention, Counseling, Lawyer & Therapist Referral, Etc.)

    A93-49  AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND 
            NEIGHBOR TO NEIGHBOR (Comprehensive Housing Counseling and  
            Assistance in Acquiring & Maintaining Affordable Housing)   

    A93-50  AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND 
            DISABLED RESOURCE SERVICES (Employment Assistance Program)  

    A93-51  LIBRARY SERVICES AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY  
            COMMISSIONERS AND THE CITY OF FORT COLLINS  

    A93-52  LIBRARY SERVICES AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY  
            COMMISSIONERS AND THE TOWN OF BERTHOUD  

    A93-53  AGREEMENT CONCERNING RODEO ACT(S) BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY   
            COMMISSIONERS AND BEUTLER AND GAYLORD RODEO CO., INC.   
            (Provision of PRCA Rodeo Stock for 1993 Larimer Co. Fair)   
    C93-20  CONTRACT FOR PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL SERVICES BETWEEN THE
            BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND CHEN NORTHERN, INC.,  
            (Geotechnical Professional Services)

    R93-42s RESOLUTION REGARDING THE RELEASE OF RESTRICTION ON SALE OF  
            LOTS (Zollner Minor Residential Development)

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    The meeting recessed at 10:15 a.m.  

                                  LEGAL MATTERS 
                                  (#186 @ 3130) 

    The  Board  of  County Commissioners reconvened at 10:30 a.m. in regular
    session with George Hass, County Attorney.  Chairman Hotchkiss presided;
    Commissioners  Disney  and  Duvall  were  present.   Also  present  were
    Jeannine   Haag,  Assistant  County  Attorney;  Russ  Legg,  Development
    Processing   Administrator;  Rex  Burns,  Special  Improvement  District
    Administrator; and Wayne Lawler, Acting County Adminsitrator.  Recording
    Clerk, S.  Graves.  

    1.  Mr. Hass conducted a mock liquor license hearing to review procedure
    for Commissioners Disney and Duvall.

    2.  Ms.  Haag  requested  Board  approval  of  a Subdivision Improvement
    Agreement  for  Ptmarigan Subdivision when a disparity in numbers in the
    addendum are resolved.  

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Duvall  moved  that  the  Board  approve  the  Subdivision
    Improvement Agreement for Ptarmigan, and authorized the Chairman to sign
    same,  upon  approval  by  the  Assistant  County  Attorney,  Ms.  Haag.

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that the Board go into Executive Session to
    discuss a personnel matter. 

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    The meeting adjourned at 11:10 a.m.; no action taken.   



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


    ________________________________________
    Sherry E. Graves, Deputy County Clerk   

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