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PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MONDAY, MAY 3, 1993 SUBDIVISIONS (#210 @ 193 & #214) 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: Jill Bennett, Comprehensive Planner; Jerry White, Zoning Administrator; Al Kadera, Subdivision Administrator; Russ Legg, Development Processing Administrator; John Pedas, Code Enforcement Officer; Elaine Spencer, Manager Engineering Operations & Planning; Jerry Blehm, Environmental Health; and Jeannine Haag, Assistant County Attorney. Recording Clerk, S. Graves. Mr. Barnett stated that the applicant for the Fort Collins Truss Special Review has requested this matter be tabled until June 7, 1993. M O T I O N Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board table the Fort Collins Truss Special Review (#92-ZR0196) until June 7, 1993, as requested by the applicant. Motion carried 3 - 0. 1. VALLEY VIEW ESTATE PRELIMINARY PLAT (#92-SU0208): SW 1/4 36-05-69; EAST OF US HIGHWAY 287, 1/4 MILE NORTH OF STATE HIGHWAY 60; 22.4 ACRES; 25 LOTS; FA-FARMING ZONING (5-3-93) This is a request to divide 22.4 acres into 25 lots of .44 acres to 1.19 acres for single family dwellings. Ms. Bennett described the project, the major concerns and issues, and noted that the main concern regarding Highway (287) has been resolved thru new design and shifting the access road to the south. Ms. Bennett stated that a note will be placed on the Final Plat recommending noise-reducting construction techniques. Ms. Bennett noted that this proposal requires two variances from the County Subdivision Standards regarding the length of the temporary cul-de-sac and submitting the development as a subdivision rather than a planned unit development. Staff Findings include: 1) The proposed subdivision is consistent with the County Comprehensive Plan, including the Loveland Master Plan, the Subdivision Resolution, and the existing zoning of the property (with the adjustment to the 4 lots stated above) and is compatible with existing and planned uses in the area; 2) Approval of the proposed Valley View Estates, with the following conditions, will not result in any significant negative impact on surrounding properties, utility service, transportation facilities, or the natural environment. Much discussion followed concerning the lack of a long-range Master Plan, lack of coordination between proposed developments, and the creation of future traffic problems within this development. The conditions were amended as follows: The Planning Commission/Staff Recommendation is for Approval of the Variance for exceeding the maximum allowed cul-de-sac with the condition that final plans for an emergency secondary access, as shown on the Preliminary Plat, be approved by the Loveland Fire Prevention Bureau and the Larimer County Engineer; and Approval of the Variance for not submitting the development as a Planned Unit Development, with the condition that landscaping is provided consistent with County requirements for a Planned Unit Development in the landscape buffer shown on the Preliminary Plat; and Approval of the Preliminary Plat for Valley View Estates for 25 single family lots as shown on the Preliminary Plat, with the following amended conditions: 1) All concerns of the County Engineer, the County Drainage Administrator, and the Loveland Fire Prevention Bureau shall be addressed by construction plans and collateral before the Final Plat is approved; 2) Final Plat documents shall include an overlot grading plan and a reseeding plan, calculations for sizing of the detention pond, and a final landscaping plan. Collateral shall include installation of the landscaping materials; 3) Internal subdivision roads shall meet urban street standards; 4) Covenants shall address concerns of the Consolidated Home Supply Ditch and Reservoir Company; 5) School Fees of $8 per lot or $200 shall be collected with the Final Plat; 6) An annexation agreement shall be signed as required by the Loveland Intergovernmental Agreement; 7) The following notes shall be added to the Final Plat; A) Engineered foundation plans shall be required for all construction on this site; B) The Larimer County Park Fee shall be collected when a building permit is issued for a single family dwelling on each lot; C) The results of a radon test shall be submitted to the Planning Department before a Certificate of Occupancy is issued for any individual structure on the site; D) All access shall be limited to internal subdivision road; access to Lots 2 - 7 shall be limited to Valley View Court; E) Increased noise insulation of walls, triple-glazed windows, and orientation of living spaces away from US Highway 287 are recommended, as noise reduction measures; F) Valley View Court will ecome a through street as adjacent development occurs; 8) The Final Plat shall address concerns of the Colorado Department of Transportation regarding relocation of the access onto US 287, acceleration/deceleration lanes, an additional 20' reservation along the frontage of US 287 for future road ROW, and a 15' dedication with the Final Plat. The Final Plat shall show the new setback line moved 15' to the east; 9) A note shall be placed on the Final Plat stating that Valley View Lane is a thru street. M O T I O N Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board deny the Valley View Estate Preliminary Plat because the UGA density has not been met and lack of coordination in meeting UGA requirements. Motion failed 1 - 2; Chairman Hotchkiss and Commissioner Disney dissenting. M O T I O N Commissioner Disney moved that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and the Planning Commission/Staff Recommendation with Amended Conditions and approve the Valley View Estate Preliminary Plat (#92-SU0208), and the two Variances as requested. Motion carried 2 - 1; Commissioner Duvall dissenting. 2. AMENDMENT TO THE FENDER REZONING SITE PLAT (#93-ZR0218): NW 1/4 36-06-69; 5016 NORTH GARFIELD, LOVELAND; .34 ACRES; 1 LOT; C-COMMERCIAL ZONING (5-3-93) This is a request for Special Review and Change to Site Specific Development Plan approval to include a 40' x 60' storage shed and an expansion of the use of the site. Mr. White reviewed the history, project description, and noted that the proposed addition does not appear to create any significant problems. Staff findings are: 1) The proposed use is consistent with the County Land Use Plan, County Zoning Resolution, and Intergovernmental Agreements with Loveland; 2) The proposed use is compatible with other commercial uses to the north, south, and west. The use would have little or no impact on the residential uses to the east; 3) The request is consistent with the promotion of the public health, safety, convenience, order, and prosperity; no increased demand for public services will result from the proposal. In response to the applicant's question regarding process to follow if the type of business at this location would change, Mr. White stated that a change in use would be allowable unless it is totally different; which would require coming back to the Board through the review process. The Planning Commission/Staff Recommendation is for Approval of the Amendment to the Fender Rezoning Development Plan, with the following amended conditions: 1) A signed Annexation Agreement shall be submitted within 30 days of final approval in accordance with the requirements of the Intergovernmental Agreements with Loveland; 2) A Deed of Dedication for an additional 10 feet of right-of-way shall be submitted within 30 days of final approval; 3) No more than one business shall operate on this property; however, the storage building may be used as an accessory storage area for the applicant's canvas repair business, which exists on the adjacent parcel, as long as the two parcels are in common ownership; 4) No machinery or equipment shall be operated in the storage building that would be audible to residents in the adjacent homes; 5) The new building shall be of an earthtone color with no reflective exterior surfaces; 6) No additional signage shall be placed on the property; 7) The access easement along the east sign of the parcel shall remain unobstructed; 8) Except as otherwise modified by the above conditions, all development and use of the property shall be consistent with the development plan previously approved by the Board of County Commissioners on August 25, 1986, and with Zoning File Exhibit A (Application for Zoning Action dated February 14, 1993, with attached information); 9) Compliance with requirements of the Loveland Fire Protection Bureau, at the time of building permit application; 10) Building must be sited as shown on the plan. Any other building location must be approved by the Planning Commission and the Board. M O T I O N Commissioner Disney moved to adopt the Staff Findings and Planning Commission/Staff Recommendation with Amended Conditions and approve the Amendment to the Fender Rezoning Site Plan. Motion carried 3 - 0. 3. POPE ALLEGED JUNK YARD VIOLATION (USED CARS, CAR PARTS, COLLECTORS VEHICLES, ETC.); (#93-ZV0216): 1021 NORTH COUNTY ROAD 23H, WEST SIDE OF COUNTY ROAD 23H, ONE MILE SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 34, WEST OF LOVELAND (5-3-93). This alleged violation is for storing inoperable/unlicensed vehicles (14) and auto parts in such a manner as to create a junk yard. Mr. Pedas reviewed the major issues and concerns, and submitted photos of the site taken on various dates. Staff Findings include: 1) The subject property is Zoned FA-1 Farming; 2) The FA-1 Farming Zoning District does not permit outdoor storage of vehicles, sales, salvage or repair; 3) Autos classified as collectors vehicles must be effectively screened if they are stored outside; 4) Continued use of the property is inconsistent with the Zoning Regulations and State Statutes, which may affect property values in the neighborhood. Staff Recommendation is to find that a violation exists, require compliance within 30 days, and authorize legal action if the compliance deadline is not met. Eric Pope, property owner, requested that the Board allow 45 to 60 days to come into compliance as he has a contract to begin construction on June 1, 1993 on a 27' x 60' building in which he will be able to store nine vehicles. Robert Williams, adjacent property owner and speaking on behalf of other property owners in the area, read a document into the record protesting the undesirable conditions existing on this site. Discussion followed. M O T I O N Commissioner Disney moved that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and Staff Recommendation and find that a violation exists, require compliance within 60 days, and authorize legal action if the compliance deadline is not met. Motion carried 3 - 0. 4. RHEUBOTTOM ALLEGED JUNKYARD VIOLATION (#88-ZV9999): 630 WEST COUNTY ROAD 16 (5-3-93). This alleged violation is for storing inoperable/unlicensed vehicles, vehicle salvage in the FA-Farming Zoning District. Mr. Pedas reviewed the major issues and concerns. Staff Findings are: 1) The subject property is zoned FA-Farming; 2) The FA-Farming Zoning District does not permit junk yards, auto repair or salvage operations; 3) Adequate time extensions have been given to the property owner in consideration of personal matters in order to remove junk vehicles; 4) Continued use of the property as a junk yard will severely affect property values in the neighborhood; 5) The storage of junk vehicles provides suitable harborage for rodents and other pests; 6) The outside storage of vehicles may create a fire hazard and contribute to the growth and spread of noxious weeds. The property owner did not appear. Staff Recommendation is to find that a violation exists, require compliance within 30 days, and authorize legal action if the deadline is not met. M O T I O N Commissioner Disney moved that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and Staff Recommendation and find that a violation exists, require compliance within 30 days, and authorize legal action if the deadline is not met. Motion carried 3 - 0. 5. WORKSESSION TO DISCUSS ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA: A. Final Plat Submission: Mr. Barnett stated that current regulations require all items for the subdivision process to be submitted at the same time. Over the years a process of two steps has evolved, which results in confusion and difficulty in making sure all conditions have been met. Mr. Barnett suggested returning to the original process as it is outlined in the regulations and requested Board approval. CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to agree to this request. B. Enforcement of Zoning Regulations: Mr. Pedas described the types of zoning violations, how complaints are handled, and noted that the enforcement process and procedures were last reviewed in 1978. Mr. Pedas stated that approximately 80% of the violations are resolved before coming to the Board. Mr. Legg noted that, except for building code violations, all code violations result from a complaint. Mr. Legg advised the Board that, in an attempt to speed up the enforcement process, Staff is considering revising the code enforcement procedure whereby the Board would authorize Staff to issue a citation when a violation is seen and wondered if the Board thought this would be appropriate. 3. Discussion Items: Discussion followed concerning the progress being made regarding scheduling certain land-use meetings at 4:30 p.m. or at night, the possibility of conducting a survey among the citizens to determine when they would like the meetings, etc. Commissioner Duvall requested guidance from the Board and Counsel on procedures to follow for changing direction of the Board and yet not changing the rules in the middle of the game and staying within the limits of the law. Staff noted it takes time to change policy and cited several examples of how they are attempting to make changes. The meeting recessed at 11:45 a.m. BUDGET DISCUSSION (#215) The County Board of Commissioners reconvened in regular session at 2:|0 p.m. with Bob Keister, Budget Manager. Chairman Hotchkiss presided; Commissioners Duvall and Disney were present. Also present were Bill Gordon, County Administrator; Robert Grewell, Division Director, Financial Administration Division; Rex Smith, Director of Public Works ; and, Ralph Jacobs, Personnel Director. Recording Clerk, D. Lord. Bob Keister presented an overview of the county's budget process with target completion dates for each step of the process. He stated that his primary recommendation for a change in the process would be to ask county departments to submit the first projections for revenues in May. Mr. Keister explained the need for a decision to be made to give the department heads direction in their budget development process. The Board discussed the various options for personnel, Capital Expenditure Fund and Designated Working Capital Fund, and the need to review each decision based on the impact of Amendment One on both revenue and expenditures. The Board agreed on the following strategies for developing the FY 94 budget: o Instructions should be given to department heads for the FY 94 budget to be developed at the same basic level approved for FY 93. o The Personnel Director was instructed to contact the nine front range counties and obtain personnel salary data to use as a cost comparison with Larimer County employees having the same or similar responsibilities, by June 1, 1993 o The Budget Manager was instructed to contact department heads and request a preliminary projection of revenues in May. o The Board will begin scheduling Budget Planning Meetings with the Budget Manager on open Thursdays to discuss budget issues. The meeting was adjourned at 3:15 p.m. TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1993 PUBLIC WORKS STANDING MEETING (#216) The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. in regular session with Rex Smith, Director of Public Works. Chairman Hotchkiss presided; Commissioners Disney and Duvall were present. Also present were: Frank Lancaster, Natural Resources Director; Bill Heiden, Director of Road & Bridge Department; and Bill Gordon, County Administrator. Recording Clerk, S. Graves. 1. Mr. Lancaster provided an overview of the Natural Resources Department and reviewed the history, goals, departmental values, management commitments, and Mission Statement. Mr. Lancaster noted that the Natural Resources Department is responsible for a variety of environmental and resource management functions within the County. The main areas of responsibility are the Larimer County Pest Control District, Solid Waste Management Enterprise Fund, and Forestry and Pest Control. Mr. Lancaster discussed with the Board the "Free Days" offered at the Landfill, noting that during the last "Free Day" they had over 2600 customers on one day, at a cost of $40,000 for the County. By contrast, on a normal day they have 400 customers. Mr. Lancaster did note, however, that 3,400 pounds of food and $806 in cash was collected for the Distribution Center on that day. Because of the growth which has occurred in the County, the Board agreed there is a need to change the Intergovernmental Agreement with Fort Collins and Loveland regarding the offering of "Free Days" at the Landfill each year. Discussion ensued regarding the goal of the Larimer County Pest Control District; which is to limit the spread of noxious weeds, particularly leafy spurge and Canada thistle within Larimer County. 2. Mr. Heiden requested approval to use $290,000 of the unappropriated Road and Bridge Fund Balance to fund Project #194 for County Road 15 improvements, to cover the increase in cost for emulsion for chipseal, and to pay increased facility rent. Mr. Heiden noted that this transaction will leave $132,000 remaining in the Fund Balance. M O T I O N Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve the request to use unappropriated Road and Bridge Fund Balance in the amount of $290,000 to fund Project #194. Motion carried 3 - 0. The meeting recessed at 10:40 a.m. MEETING WITH THE LARIMER COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY ADVISORY BOARD (#217) The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 10:45 a.m. to meet with members of the Larimer County Housing Authority Advisory Board. Chairman Hotchkiss presided; Commissioners Duvall and Disney were present. Also present were: Bill Gordon, County Administrator; Rena Mackrill, Director, Carol Gillespie, Director of Community Development, and Lani VanEck, Housing Development Specialist, representing the Human Development Department; Housing Authority Advisory Board members Dick Strachan, Gary Hageman, Janet Erickson, Lauren Hansen, Vern Sunset, Connie Ludwig, and Chris Zell; and, Christinia Eala, CAB Liaison. Recording Clerk, D. Lord. Lauren Hansen, Chairperson of the Advisory Board, presented the Board with information regarding the activities, plans and programs in which the Advisory Board are currently involved. She reported that Affordable Housing, HUD Certificates/Voucher Program, REHAB Project, and redesignation of the Advisory Board to a separate, non-county agency were a few of their projects. Chairman Hotchkiss explained that the county had no problem with looking at options and investigating whether to redesignate the Advisory Board as a entity separate from county government, but that the Advisory Board should prepare plans, action steps and cost figures prior to any final discussion of the move. Commissioner Duvall volunteered to act as liaison to the Advisory Board. The Board and the Housing Advisory Board agreed to meet together to discuss any mutual items of interest on a more regular basis. The meeting was adjourned at 11:40 a.m. WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1993 ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS (#218) The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. in administrative session with Bill Gordon, County Administrator. Chairman Hotchkiss presided: Commissioners Duvall and Disney were present. Also present: Dale Miller, Assistant Director, Road and Bridge Department; Bob Martell, Purchasing Agent; Patrice Luehring, Purchasing Buyer II; Bob Grewell, Finance Director; and, Wayne Lawler, Facilities Management Director. Recording Clerk, D. Lord. 1. The first item for discussion was the Polymerized Rubber Crackfill bid and the purchasing policy as it relates to final selection of awards. In the matter of the Polymerized Rubber Crackfill bid, and a letter of protest received by Meggison Enterprises, Inc. Mr. Miller explained that the Meggison bid violated the requirements of the specification, had vulcanized material, and left two questions blank that was vital to the decision to award the bid, especially in the areas of use of materials and quality assurance for the material to be provided. The vendor receiving the award met all the specifications of the bid package and was the second lowest bidder. MOTION Commissioner Duvall moved that a variance be granted in relation to the lowest bidder policy to ensure that the Road and Bridge Department receive material as called for in its bid specification package. The motion carried 3 - 0. 2. Courthouse space for Larimer County judicial facilities and the use of the Courthouse for the City of Fort Collins Municipal Court was discussed. The Board decided to convene a discussion meeting with Scott Courtney and representatives of the City of Fort Collins to discuss the issue prior to any decisions being made. 3. The nominations for appointment to the Larimer County Subdivison and Exemption Review Group (SERG) was discussed. The Board decided that since the group was an ad hock task force with a specific charge, the term of office would end when the task was completed. MOTION: Commissioner Disney moved that Scott Johnson, Roger Hoffman, Jim Crowder, Becki Malecki, Mary Humstone, James Cox, Linda Norton, Alvin Geist, and Vern Sunset be appointed to the Larimer County Subdivision and Exemption Review Group until the charge to the committee was completed, effective May 5, 1993. The motion carried 3 - 0. 4. The Board reviewed the letter of recommendation from Sheriff Shockley to appoint Erik Nilsson to the position of Emergency Management Specialist. MOTION Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve the appointment of Erik Nilsson to the position of Emergency Management specialist to become effective on May 1, 1993. The motion carried 3 - 0. 5. The Board reviewed the letter of recommendation from William J. Argo to appoint Ron Schneider to a 3-year term on the Weld/Larimer Revolving Loan Fund Committee. His current term expired on December 31, 1992. MOTION Commissioner Disney moved that the Board appoint Ron Schneider to a 3-year term on the Weld/Larimer Revolving Loan Fund Committee, ending December 31, 1995. The motion carried 3 - 0. 6. COMMISSIONERS' REPORTS: Commissioner Duvall submitted a proposed vision statement for adoption and distribution to all county departments. She said the next action would be to develop implementation steps at both the Board and departmental levels. The Vision Statement would replace the current county Mission Statement. MOTION Commissioner Disney moved to adopt the Vision Statement, as submitted by Commissioner Duvall. The motion carried 3 - 0. Commissioner Duvall then distributed a handout entitled "FOUR PRINCIPLES OF SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT" that she asked the other Board members to review for possible inclusion in the future county economic development planning. 7. WORKSESSION: The Board discussed several upcoming functions to which a representative of the Board was invited, including the State Board of Health Meeting, Mental Health Awards Luncheon, and the Forest Service PR Tour. The Board members agreed to check their calendars and inform Mr. Gordon if they would be free to attend. DOCUMENT REVIEW: The following documents, of routine nature, were considered by the Board: MOTION Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve the Minutes for the week of April 26, 1993, and the agenda for the week of May 10, 1993, as submitted. The motion carried 3 - 0. MOTION Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve the following miscellaneous documents: Everitt Ent., Ltd., Parcel Number 97233-06-001, Schedule Number 1272888;Everitt Ent., Ltd., Parcel Number 97233-08-001, Schedule Number 1280384; Centre Prof. Office, Parcel Number 97233-15-001, Schedule Number 1307410; and, Everitt Lmber Co., Parcel Number 97242-67-003, Schedule Number 1013912. The motion carried 3 - 0. LIQUOR LICENSES: County approval was granted to Rainbow Plaza, Inc., 6% - Loveland, CO; Alman's Deliworks, 6% - Fort Collins, CO; and Al Fresco Great Italian Food, 6%, (Temporary License, with EXTENDED HOURS) - Fort Collins, CO. Licenses were issued to the Inn of Glen Haven, 6% - Glen Haven, CO; and, Al Fresco Great Italian Food, 6% - (with a Waive of Hearing for a Change of Ownership for AL Fresco Ft. Collins, Inc. dba Al Fresco Great Italian Food for a H&L Liquor License) - Fort Collins, CO. MOTION Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve the following documents: A93-92 ADDENDUM TO INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BY AND AMONG LARIMER COUNTY, WELD COUNTY, MORGAN COUNTY AND THE TOWN OF ESTES PARK TO INCLUDE THE TOWN OF ESTES PARK IN THE UPPER FRONT RANGE TRANSPORTATION PLANNING COMMISSION. A93-93 ADDENDUM TO INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BY AND AMONG LARIMER COUNTY, WELD COUNTY, MORGAN COUNTY, THE TOWN OF ESTES PARK, THE CITY OF FORT MORGAN, THE TOWN OF HILLROSE, THE CITY OF BRUSH, THE TOWN OF LOG LANE VILLAGE, THE TOWN OF WIGGINS, AND THE TOWN OF WELLINTON FOR THE PURPOSE OF FORMATION OF A REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION OR THE UPPER FRONT RANGE TRANSPORTATION PLANNING REGION. A93-94 TELEPHONE ROYALTY AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND VEN-TEL-CO, LTD. A93-95 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE SUBSCRIPTION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND ERICSSON BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS, INC. - TELEMANAGEMENT SYSTEM. A93-96 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE SUBSCRIPTION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND ERICSSON BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS, INC. - DIGITAL SOUND VOICE MAIL SYSTEM A93-97 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE SUBSCRIPTION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS AND ERICCSON BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS, INC. The motion carried 3 - 0. LEGAL MATTERS: County Attorney George Hass stated that both of his items were litigation and should be held in Executive Session. Commissioner Duvall made two requests of the County Attorney's Office. She requested that a proposal, to give a yet to be decided percentage preference to local, minority or environmental bidders, be investigated for legality and provided to the Board. Commissioner Duvall also requested that the county's authority to establish parking ordinances to prohibit parking at Park entrances on county roads be researched and presented to the Board. MOTION Commissioner Disney moved that the Board go into Executive Session at 11:15 a.m. to discuss litigation. The motion carried 3 - 0. The meeting was recessed at 11:35 a.m.; no action taken. WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1993 BRIEFING ON COUNTY INSURANCE (#220) The Board of County Commissioners met at 1:30 p.m. with Mike Burch, Director of Risk Management. Chairman Hotchkiss presided; Commissioners Duvall and Disney were present. Also present were Bill Gordon, County Administrator and Robert Grewell, Director of Financial Administration. Recording Clerk, D. Lord. Mr. Burch presented an overview of the Larimer County Self-Insurance Program. He explained that the county is self-insured for General Liability, Auto Liability, Workers Compensation and some special miscellaneous liability situations, such as alternative sentencing, etc. The county purchases outside insurance for property damage and other large ticket items. He then explained revenue sources, departmental contributions and the reserve account for major liability payments, as well as the state regulations governing the self-insurance program. The meeting adjourned at 2:20 p.m.; no action taken. ___________________________________ COURTLYN W. HOTCHKISS, CHAIRMAN BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ( S E A L ) ATTEST: ______________________________________ Dolores Lord, Deputy County Clerk _______________________________________ Sherry E. Graves, Deputy County Clerk