PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

    MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1993   
                                  SUBDIVISIONS  
                                     (#192) 

    The  Board  of  County Commissioners met at 9:00 a.m. in regular session
    with John Barnett, Planning Director.  Chairman Pro-Tem Duvall presided;
    Commissioner Disney was present; Chairman Hotchkiss is out of town until
    April  12,  1993.  Also present were: Jerry White, Zoning Administrator;
    Elaine  Spencer, Manager Engineering Operations & Planning; Jerry Blehm,
    Environmental Health; Carol Evans, Associate Planner; and Jeannine Haag,
    Assistant County Attorney.  Recording Clerk, S. Graves. 

    Mr.  Barnett stated that the following are consent items and will not be
    discussed  unless  requested  by  the  Board or members of the audience.

    1.   BLAND  MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT (#92-EX0205): SW 1/4 24-08-70;
        EAST SIDE OF COUNTY ROAD 25E, ONE MILE NORTHWEST OF BELLVUE;
        10.85 ACRES; 2 LOTS; O-OPEN ZONING (4-5-93) 

    This  is  a  request  to  divide  a  10.85 acre parcel with two existing
    residences  into  two lots of 4.17 and 6.67 acres so that each residence
    is  on  a  separate  lot.  Staff Findings include: 1) The proposed Bland
    Minor  Residential Development is consistent with requirements for Minor
    Residential  Developments as contained in the Larimer County Subdivision
    Resolution concerning the number of lots created, access, and zoning; 2)
    A  Lot Size Variance was approved by the Board of Adjustment in February
    1992  to  allow  lots  smaller  than the 10 acres required in the O-Open
    District; 3) Two dwellings already exist on the property.  This proposed
    Minor  Residential  Development  would  create  separate  lots  for  the
    existing dwellings.  No new building sites are created by this proposal;
    4)  The  County  Health  and Engineering Departments and other reviewing
    agencies  have reviewed this proposal and have made certain comments and
    recommendations which are contained in this staff report; 5) Approval of
    the  proposed  Bland  Minor Residential Development, with the conditions
    stated,  should  not  adversely  affect  adjacent  property, the natural
    environment, or the provision of services or transportation.

    Staff  Recommendation  is  for  Approval  of the Bland Minor Residential
    Development,  with  the  following  conditions: 1) Sufficient additional
    right-of-way  must  be  dedicated  on  the  Final Plat to provide a half
    right-of-way  of 50' along the frontage of the property; 2) If either of
    the  existing  dwellings  are replaced, access to that lot must meet the
    requirements  of the access policy.  This condition must be noted on the
    Final  Plat;  3)  The Final Plat must identify all utilities serving the
    property  and  provide  easements as requested by the utility companies.
    All  easements  and  rights-of-way  of record must be shown on the Final
    Plat; 4) If telephone service is not already in place on these two lots,
    the  Final  Plat  should  note that telephone service is limited in some
    areas  of Larimer County and may not be available to the two lots; 5) In
    addition  to the notes stated above ,the following notes shall be placed
    on  the  Final  Plat:  A)  Radon detection tests are required in any new
    residential  structures  prior  to  the  issuance  of the Certificate of
    Occupancy;  B)  Uses  on  the  lots shall be restricted to single family
  
    dwellings  and  permitted  accessory  uses; C) Property owners should be
    aware  that  deer and occasionally mountain lions may use this property;
    6)  The  Final  Plat  must  be  drawn  and  titled  in  conformance with
    requirements  for  final  exemption plats as revised January 5, 1987; 7)
    Recording  fees  for  the  plat  and 17 copies of the Final Plat must be
    submitted  to  the  Planning  Department prior to plat recording; 8) All
    conditions  of approval must be completed and the plat recorded prior to
    October 6, 1993, or this approval shall be null and void.   

    2.   CRYSTAL  LAKES  13TH  FILING  PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AMENDED PLAT
        (#93-SA0250): NE 1/4 02-10-74; WEST END OF SHUSWAP COURT CUL-DE-SAC 
        IN CRYSTAL LAKES; 3.26 ACRES; 1 LOT; E-ESTATE ZONING (4-5-93)   

    This  is  a request for an Amended Plat to consolidate one developed lot
    with  an  adjacent vacant lot to create one developed lot of 3.26 acres.
    Staff  Findings  are: 1) Crystal Lakes 13th Filing was recorded in March
    of  1979;  2) The proposed Amended Plat would consolidate Lots 55 and 56
    into one lot of 3.26 acres in size; 3) The County Health and Engineering
    Departments  have  reviewed the proposed Amended Plat and have stated no
    objections; 4) The utility companies serving this property have reviewed
    this request and stated their concerns or no objections.

    Staff  Recommendation  is  for  Approval of the proposed Amended Plat of
    Lots  55  and  56  of  Crystal  Lakes  13th  Filing,  with the following
    condition:  1)  The  Final  Plat  must provide easements as requested by
    Poudre Valley REA for any existing facilities on these lots.

    3.    CLUB   ESTATES   SECOND  SUBDIVISION  AMENDED  PLAT  (#93-SA0251):
        SW 1/4 31-08-68; SOUTHEAST CORNER OF MIRAMONT DRIVE AND 
        LINDENMEIR LAKE ROAD; .6 ACRES; 1 LOT; R-RESIDENTIAL (4-5-93)   

    This  is  a request for an Amended Plat to consolidate one developed lot
    with  an  adjacent  vacant  lot  creating one developed lot of .6 acres.
    Staff  Findings  include:  1)  Club  Estates  Subdivision 2nd Filing was
    recorded in 1978; 2) The proposed Amended Plat would consolidate Lots 18
    and  19  into  one  lot  of  .6  acres in size; 3) The County Health and
    Engineering Departments have reviewed the proposed Amended Plat and have
    stated  no  objections;  4)  The utility companies serving this property
    have  reviewed  this request and stated their concerns or no objections.

    Staff  Recommendation  is  for  Approval of the proposed Amended Plat of
    Lots 18 and 19 of Club Estates Subdivision 2nd Filing with the following
    condition:  1)  The  Final  Plat  must provide easements as requested by
    Public Service Company and Cherry Hills Sanitation District.

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and
    Staff   Recommendations   and   approve   the  Bland  Minor  Residential
    Development   (#92-EX0205);  Crystal  Lakes  13th  Filing  Planned  Unit
    Development  Amended  Plat  (#93-SA0250);  and  the  Club Estates Second
    Subdivision  Amended  Plat  (#93-SA0251);  each,  with the conditions as
    previously outlined.

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   
    4.   POUDRE CANYON CONOMART (GALLENSTEIN) SITE SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN
        (#93-ZN0222): NW 1/4 13-08-70; NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE JUNCTION 
        OF US HIGHWAY 287 AND COLORADO HIGHWAY 14 ("TED'S PLACE); .98 ACRES;
        1 LOT; O-OPEN ZONING (4-5-93)   

    This  is  a  request  for  an  Amended Site Specific Development Plan to
    permit  a  canopy  and  other site improvements.  Mr. White reviewed the
    project  description,  major  concerns  and  issues, and stated that the
    request  today is to amend the approved site plan to allow the following
    changes:  1)  Removal  of  above-ground  fuel  tanks and installation of
    below-ground tanks; 2) Relocation of fuel dispensers; 3) Installation of
    a  new  48' x 69' canopy; 4) Construction of a cedar trash enclosure; 5)
    Install  asphalt  paving on the entrance driveway to Highway 287; and 6)
    Install  landscaping.   Staff  Findings  are: 1) The proposal appears to
    comply  with  the  intent  and purposes of the Zoning Resolution; 2) The
    proposal  is generally harmonious with the surrounding neighborhood, and
    should have no impact on the surrounding neighborhood or property values
    in the area; 3) The proposal will not impair the public health, welfare,
    prosperity,  or  safety  by  creating  undesirable  traffic  congestion,
    undesirable  sanitary  conditions, overburdening of utilities or adverse
    environmental influences in the area.   

    Mr.  David Galloway, Consulting Engineer for Conoco, addressed the Board
    with  two concerns regarding no logos or signage permitted on the canopy
    and the allowed maximum height of 16.5 feet of the canopy.  Mr. Galloway
    noted  that  since  the  sign  code  is  presently  under  review, he is
    requesting  that  the condition state that signage has to meet code; and
    with  regard  to  the  maximum height of the canopy at 16.5 feet, if you
    subtract  the  4-foot vertical facia, you are at 12.5 feet clearance and
    considering  the  1 1/2 foot slope to the existing ground, the clearance
    would be 11 feet at the highest point.  Mr. Galloway requested a maximum
    height  of  22  feet as Conoco likes to have 15.5 feet clearance.  After
    discussion, the conditions were amended as follows: 

    Staff  Recommendation  is  for Approval of the request to amend the site
    plan  for  the  Conomart  (Gallenstein)  Rezoning,  with  the  following
    conditions:  1) Compliance with all technical requirements of the County
    Health  Department,  as indicated on Page 17 of this Staff Report, prior
    to  issuance  of  a  building permit; 2) Prior to issuance of a building
    permit,   applicant  shall  provide  evidence  of  compliance  with  all
    requirements  of  the  Colorado  Department  of  Transportation;  3) The
    following restrictions shall apply to the canopy: A) No logos or signage
    permitted  on  the  canopy  according  to current regulations, or unless
    permitted  by  future sign regulations; B) Canopy shall have 15 1/2 feet
    clearance  at  the high point and the maximum facia depth of 4 ft; C) No
    garish  or  bright  colors  on  the  canopy;  4)  Within 60 days of this
    approval, property owner shall provide a signed agreement to comply with
    any  current  or  future sign code adopted by the County, and to require
    that  lessees comply with the code.  Any existing illegal signs shall be
    removed  before a building permit is issued; 5) No approval is given for
    expansion  of  the  commercial uses or intensity of use on the property,
    beyond what is stated in Zoning File Exhibit A (Application for Rezoning
    Action dated February 12, 1993, Site Plan, Canopy Plan, and Landsclaping
    Plan all prepared by Galloway, Romero and Associates).  Unless otherwise
    indicated  by  the  above  conditions,  all  development  and use of the
    property  shall  be  consistent  with  Zoning  File  Exhibit  A;  6)  If
    implementation of the proposal is not completed by January 1, 1995, this
    approval  shall  expire;  7)  The  owner will maintain the "Ted's Place"
    sign;  8)  Lighting  under the canopy must be downward directed and lens
    must not be visible from offsite.   

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and
    Staff  Recommendation  with  Amended  Conditions  and approve the Poudre
    Canyon   Conomart   (Gallenstein)   Site   Specific   Development   Plan
    (#93-ZN0222).   

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    The meeting recessed at 9:45 a.m.   

           PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT   
                                     (#193) 

    The  Board  of  County  Commissioners reconvened at 2:00 p.m. in regular
    session  with Robert Thompson, Community Development Program Specialist.
    Chairman  Pro-Tem  Duvall presided; Commissioner Disney was present.  As
    noted  previously,  Chairman  Hotchkiss  is out of town this week.  Also
    present  were: Carol Gillespie, Director Community Development; Jennifer
    Jones,  President  Board  of Directors of Crossroads Safehouse; and Bill
    Gordon, County Administrator.  Recording Clerk, S. Graves.  

    Mr.  Thompson  requested  Board  approval  for  the submittal of a grant
    proposal  application  for  an addition and rehabilitation of Crossroads
    Safehouse.   Ms.  Jones noted this addition will allow for 50% expansion
    of  the bedrooms, will provide counseling rooms for adults and children,
    and  meet  the  ADA  requirements for the handicapped.  Ms. Jones stated
    that  to be eligible for State funding, a partnership with the County is
    required;  therefore,  a 10% county match is requested.  The State grant
    amount is $25,238 and the County match would be $2,804. 

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that the Board approve the submittal of the
    Community   Development   Block   Grant  Application  Proposal  for  the
    Crossroads  Safehouse,  and  authorized  the Larimer County 10% match of
    $2,804;  monies  to  be derived from the Commissioner's Special Projects
    Fund.   

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    The meeting adjourned at 2:20 p.m.  
    WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1993

                             ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS 
                                  (#193 @ 970)  

    The  Board  of  County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. in regular session
    with   Bill  Gordon,  County  Administrator.   Chairman  Pro-Tem  Duvall
    presided;   Commissioner  Disney  was  present.   As  noted  previously,
    Chairman  Hotchkiss  is  out  of town this week.  Also present were: Dr.
    Adrienne   LeBailly;  Director  of  Health  Department;  Averil  Strand,
    Director  Community  Health Services; Elaine Spencer, Manager Operations
    and Planning of Engineering; Neil Gluckman, Administrator Employment and
    Training  Services;  and  Joni  Friedman,  Assistant  Administrator ETS.
    Recording Clerk, S. Graves. 

    1.   PROCLAMATION  DESIGNATING  APRIL 16, 1993 AS "PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING
    DAY":  Dr. LeBailly and Ms. Strand requested the Board to proclaim April
    16,  1993  as  "Public  Health  Nursing  Day" in honor of the centennial
    celebration  of the public health nursing practice in the United States.

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that  the  Board  of  County  Commissioners
    proclaim  April  16, 1993 as "Public Health Nursing Day", and authorized
    the Chairman Pro-Tem to sign the Proclamation.  

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    2.   REQUEST FOR APPROVAL AND SIGNATURE ON A RESOLUTION TO RECOGNIZE THE
    ACHIEVEMENTS  OF COLORADO'S PUBLIC HEALTH SYSTEM DURING COLORADO'S FIRST
    PUBLIC  HEALTH  WEEK - APRIL 12 - 16, 1993:  Dr. LeBailly and Ms. Strand
    also  requested  the Board to adopt, and the Chairman sign, a Resolution
    recognizing  and honoring the work and achievements of Colorado's Public
    Health  System during Colorado's first Public Health Week, April 12 thru
    16,  1993.   Ms.  Strand noted that the theme for Public Health Week is,
    "Health to Match Our Mountains".

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner Disney moved that the Board adopt a Resolution to recognize
    and  honor  the work and achievements of Colorado's Public Health System
    during  Colorado's  first  Public  Health  Week, April 12 thru 16, 1993.

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    R93-44g  RESOLUTION TO RECOGNIZE THE WORK AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF COLORADO'S
             PUBLIC HEALTH SYSTEM DURING COLORADO'S FIRST PUBLIC HEALTH WEEK

    3.  REQUEST FOR APPROVAL AND SIGNATURE ON AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT
    -   UPPER  FRONT  RANGE  TRANSPORTATION  PLANNING  REGION:  Ms.  Spencer
    requested   Board   approval   and   the   Chairman's  signature  on  an
    Intergovernmental  Agreement  for  the  Upper Front Range Transportation
    Planning Region; noting that the Agreement has been signed by Morgan and
    Weld Counties.  
    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that  the  Board adopt an Intergovernmental
    Agreement  for the Upper Front Range Transportation Planning Region, and
    authorized Chairman to sign same.   

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    A93-60  INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT FOR THE UPPER FRONT RANGE   
            TRANSPORTATION PLANNING REGION AMONG THE BOARD OF COUNTY
            COMMISSIONERS FOR LARIMER, WELD, AND MORGAN COUNTIES.   

    4.   REQUEST  FOR APPROVAL FOR AN EXPENDITURE AUTHORIZATION REQUEST: Ms.
    Friedman  stated  that  ETS  has  been  awarded  $12,363.59 for computer
    equipment,  software  and  a  FAX machine by the Governor's Job Training
    Office   and   requested  Board  approval  for  the  expenditure.   This
    expenditure  has  been  reviewed  and  approved  by the Private Industry
    Council  and,  upon receipt of the award, ETS will work with Information
    Management and Purchasing to follow proper procedures for capital outlay
    review  and approval; no County funds are required for this expenditure.

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that  the  Board  approve  the  expenditure
    authorization request of $12,363.59 for computer equipment, software and
    a  FAX  machine for the ETS Loveland Office; monies to be awarded by the
    Department of Labor thru the Governor's Job Training Office.

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    5.    REQUEST   FOR  APPROVAL  OF  TITLE  II-A/II-C  JOB  TRAINING  PLAN
    MODIFICATION:   Mr.  Gluckman  requested  Board approval of the 1993 Job
    Training  Plan Modification, which has been reviewed and approved by the
    Larimer  County  Private Industry Council.  Mr. Gluckman noted this 1993
    allocation reflects an 18% cut over last year.  

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve the Title II-A/II-C Job
    Training  Plan  Modification  for 1993, as requested by Mr. Gluckman and
    recommended and approved by the Larimer County Private Industry Council.

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    6.  WORKSESSION:

    --  Commissioner  Disney stated that he has been alerted to an amendment
    to  the  education  bill in the State Senate which would transfer 1/2 of
    the  funds  ($33,000)  earmarked  for  Larimer  County Forest Service to
    education.   CONSENSUS  OF  THE  BOARD  was  for  Commissioner Disney to
    contact  Senator  Schaffer  expressing the Board's concern regarding the
    decrease   in  the  amount  of  funding  available  for  Forest  Service
    operations. 
    --  Commissioner  Disney suggested the possibility of scheduling a joint
    meeting with the three school boards in Larimer County for discussion of
    impact fees.

    --  Chairman  Pro-Tem  Duvall  proposed  expanding the Board's Agenda to
    allow  a  time  for the public to come in and discuss topics of concern.
    Discussion   followed  regarding  scheduling  monthly  meetings  in  Red
    Feather,  Estes Park, etc., and possibly holding meetings at night.  Mr.
    Gordon  noted  that  previously  "County Seat for a Day" was held in the
    various  communities.   Mr.  Gordon will review the Board's calendar and
    present a proposal for the Board's consideration.   

    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 29, 1993, and the Agenda for the week of April 12, 1993,
    as submitted.   

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve Petitions for Abatement
    for  Christina Chavez, Irene Thomson, QSC Restaurants, Inc., Transmedia,
    Inc., D. Jensen Enterprises, and Trillium Corporation; as recommended by
    the County Assessor, Steve Miller.  

    Motion Carried 2 - 0.   

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner   Disney   moved  that  the  Board  approve  the  following
    miscellaneous  documents:  Club  Estates 2nd Subdivision Amended Plat of
    Lots  18 and 19; CdeBaca Minor Residential Development Plat; Geist Minor
    Land  Division;  and Appointment of Deputy, with Oath Form for Ronald P.
    Claeys as Deputy District Attorney for Larimer County.  

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    LIQUOR LICENSES: County Approval was granted to Mountain Greenery Resort
    -  6%  - Bellvue, CO.  A License was issued to The Landings Restaurant &
    Beach Club - 6% WITH EXTENDED HOURS - Fort Collins, CO. 

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner   Disney   moved  that  the  Board  approve  the  following
    documents:  

    A93-61  SUBDIVISION IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY   
            COMMISSIONERS AND DONALD E. ZIMMERMAN CONCERNING AUDREY'S   
            ACRES MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT 
    A93-62  TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY  
            COMMISSIONERS AND WILLIAM W. CAMPTON

    A93-63  ASSISTANCE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS  
            AND THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR BUREAU OF  
            RECLAMATION (Improvements at Four Reservoirs)   

    R93-45s  RESOLUTION REGARDING FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE
             PLAT OF BRACKENBURY MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT  

    R93-46z  WAIVER PHASING CRITERIA FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING 
             EDWARD MISTLER JR. (UGA Waiver for Public Sewer)   

    R93-47z  SPECIAL REVIEW FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE PETITION 
             OF US WEST/NEW VECTOR  

    Motion Carried 2 - 0.   

    The meeting recessed at 10:15 a.m.  

                                  LEGAL MATTERS 

    The  Board  of  County Commissioners reconvened at 10:45 a.m. in regular
    session  with  George  Hass,  County  Attorney.  Chairman Pro-Tem Duvall
    presided;  Commissioner  Disney  was  present.   Chairman  Hotchkiss was
    absent.   Also  present  were:  Rex Smith, Director of Public Works; Dot
    McKean,  Right-Of-Way  Agent;  and  Bill  Gordon,  County Administrator.
    Recording Clerk, S. Graves. 

    After  discussion  of  the legal authority regarding the re-opening of a
    blocked  right-of-way  in  the  northern part of Larimer County (Nielson
    Case),  it  was  determined  that  the  County  has no plans to open the
    right-of-way at this time.  

    The meeting recessed at 11:05 a.m.  

        LIQUOR LICENSE HEARING FOR BOYD LAKE MARINA, INC., DBA BURGER BAY   
                                  (#192 @ 2780) 

    The  Board  of County Commissioners reconvened at 2:00 p.m. for a public
    hearing  to  consider the granting of a Colorado Fermented Malt Beverage
    (3.2%)  License  Application for Boyd Lake Marina, Inc., dba Burger Bay.
    Chairman  Pro-Tem  Duvall  presided;  Commissioner  Disney  was present.
    Chairman  Hotchkiss  was  absent.   Also  present  were County Attorney,
    George Hass, and Bill Gordon, County Administrator.  Recording Clerk, S.
    Graves. 

    Following  a review of the contents of the application file by Mr. Hass,
    applicant  Ken  Slota  was  sworn  in  and questioned.  Mr. Slota made a
    presentation   concerning   the  application,  including  clarifications
    requested during the review of the file.  For the record, Mr. Hass noted
    that  there  was  no one appearing in opposition to the granting of this
    license.
    This  matter coming on to be heard this 7th day of April, 1993, upon the
    application  of  Boyd  Lake Marina, Inc., dba Burger Bay, for a Colorado
    Fermented  Malt  Beverage  (3.2%  Beer)  License,  and the said Board of
    County  Commissioners  having  heard  the  testimony  and  evidence, has
    considered  the  same and being fully advised on the premises, find that
    the  requirements of the neighborhood and the desires of the inhabitants
    indicate  that  the  said  license  should be granted.  Therefore, it is
    ordered  that  a Colorado Fermented Malt Beverage (3.2% Beer) License be
    granted  to  Boyd  Lake  Marina,  Inc.,  dba Burger Bay, located at 3720
    County Road 11, Loveland, CO.   

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved that since the Board of County Commissioners
    has  considered  the  evidence  and testimony of the application of Boyd
    Lake  Marina,  Inc.,  dba  Burger  Bay,  and  determined  that  all  the
    requirements  have been met for a Colorado Fermented Malt Beverage (3.2%
    Beer)  License  at  the  location at 3720 County Road 11, Loveland, CO.,
    that this license be granted.   

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    The meeting recessed at 2:15 p.m.   

                LIQUOR LICENSE HEARING FOR BOYD LAKE MARINA, INC.   
                                  (#192 @ 3800) 

    The  Board  of County Commissioners reconvened at 2:20 p.m. for a public
    hearing  to  consider the granting of a Colorado Fermented Malt Beverage
    (3.2%  Beer)  License  Application  for Boyd Lake Marina, Inc.  Chairman
    Pro-Tem  Duvall  presided;  Commissioner  Disney  was present.  Chairman
    Hotchkiss  was  absent.  Also present were George Hass, County Attorney,
    and  Bill  Gordon,  County  Administrator.   Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

    Following  a review of the contents of the application file by Mr. Hass,
    applicant  Ken  Slota  was  sworn  in  and questioned.  Mr. Slota made a
    presentation   concerning   the  application,  including  clarifications
    requested during the review of the file.  For the record, Mr. Hass noted
    that  there  was  no one appearing in opposition to the granting of this
    license.

    This  matter coming on to be heard this 7th day of April, 1993, upon the
    application  of  Boyd  Lake  Marina, Inc., for a Colorado Fermented Malt
    Beverage (3.2% Beer) License, and the said Board of County Commissioners
    having  heard  the  testimony  and evidence, has considered the same and
    being  fully  advised on the premises, find that the requirements of the
    neighborhood  and  the desires of the inhabitants indicate that the said
    license  should  be  granted.   Therefore, it is ordered that a Colorado
    Fermented  Malt  Beverage  (3.2%  Beer)  License be granted to Boyd Lake
    Marina,  Inc.,  to  be  located  at  4314 County Road 11C, Loveland, CO.

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved that since the Board of County Commissioners
    has  considered  the  evidence  and testimony of the application of Boyd
    Lake  Marina,  Inc.,  and determined that all the requirements have been
    met  for  a  Colorado Fermented Malt Beverage (3.2% Beer) License at the
    location  of  4430 County Road 11 C, Loveland, CO., that this license be
    granted.

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    The meeting adjourned at 2:40 p.m.  



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

    ATTEST: 



    ______________________________________  
    Sherry E. Graves, Deputy County Clerk