PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1993

SUBDIVISIONS

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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: Jerry White, Zoning Administrator; Al Kadera, Subdivision Administrator; Carol Evans and Richael Michels, Planners; Jerry Blehm , Environmental Health; Rex Burns, Engineering; and Jeannine Haag, Assistant County Attorney. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

Mr. Barnett requested the Board to table the Rocky Mountain Gateway Master Plan and Preliminary Phase Plan until February 14, 1994, and the Goose Hollow Subdivision until January 18, 1994.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Disney moved that the Board table the Rocky Mountain Gateway Master plan and Preliminary Phase Plan (#93-MS0343) until February 14, 1994, and table the Goose Hollow Subdivision (#93-SU0330) until January 18, 1994, as requested by Mr. Barnett.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

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

1. VINEY AMENDED REZONING (#93-ZN0008): NORTHWEST 33-08-69;

ONE-HALF MILE EAST OF LAPORTE, SOUTH SIDE OF COUNTY ROAD

54G; 2.73 ACRES; 1 LOT; C-COMMERCIAL ZONING (11-22-93)

This is a request to rezone 3.7 acres from FA-1 Farming and B-Business to C-Commercial to allow a trucking business - amended to allow an additional open front 96' x 30' shed for storage of trucks and equipment. Staff Findings include: 1) The proposal is consistent with the intent and purposes of the County Zoning Resolution and Comprehensive Land Use Plan; 2) The proposal is consistent with the intent of the original plan approved by the Board of County Commissioners; 3) A recommendation for approval was received from the LaPorte Planning Advisory Committee.

The Planning Commission/Staff Recommendation is for approval of the request to amend the Viney Rezoning Plan as requested, with the following conditions: 1) All development and use must be consistent with the plans as submitted, and with all prior conditions of approval; 2) Approval of this request does not allow expansion of the trucking business beyond what was approved in the original rezoning action; 3) At the time of building permit application, the owner shall submit drainage plans, and shall also dedicate a 20' drainage easement, as recommended by the County Flood Plain Administrator; 4) Fire Protection requirements of the Poudre Fire Authority must be met; 5) No building permit to be issued until lighting is in conformance with condition placed on original approval.

2. SUNDANCE TRAIL GUEST RANCH SPECIAL REVIEW (#93-ZR0317):

PORTIONS OF 08, 07 AND 06-09-72; SOUTH OF COUNTY ROAD 74E

(RED FEATHER LAKES ROAD) 6 MILES EAST OF RED FEATHER

LAKES; 138.88 ACRES; 1 LOT; O-OPEN ZONING (11-22-93)

This is a request for Special Review to allow a guest ranch. Staff Findings are: 1) This Special Review is consistent with the Larimer County Land Use Plan and the Larimer County Zoning Resolution; 2) The Larimer County Health Department, Engineering Department, Fire District, and other interested agencies have reviewed this proposal and have stated no objections as long as certain conditions are met; 3) The proposed Guest Ranch appears to be consistent with the existing and proposed developments in the area; 4) Approval of this Special Review, with the following conditions, will not create any significant negative impacts on the surrounding properties, transportation facilities, utility services, the natural environment, or on overall health and safety.

The Planning Commission/Staff Recommendation is for Approval of the Sundance Trail Guest Ranch Special Review, with the following conditions: 1) A Wildfire Mitigation Plan must be approved by the State Forester; 2) All requirements of Larimer County Emergency Services and the Glacier View Volunteer Fire Department must be met in the development of this project; 3) Dogs shall not be allowed to roam freely on the ranch property; 4) All requirements of the Division of Wildlife must be met in the development of this property; 5) A drainage plan, requested by the County Drainage Administrator, must be approved or a letter received from the Administrator stating that a drainage plan is not needed; 6) A decree must be received from the Water Court approving the augmentation plan and approving well use for commercial purposes or a substitute water plan must be approved by the State Engineer prior to operation of the ranch; 7) All requirements of the County Health Department must be met prior to beginning operations at the ranch; 8) Right-of-way must be dedicated to provide a total half right-of-way of 60' prior to operations commencing; 9) No camping or RV occupancy will be allowed at the ranch; 10) All signage must be approved by Staff; 11) Engineered footings and foundations shall be required for all construction on this site; 12) Radon detection tests are required in any new residential structure prior to the issuance of the Certificate of Occupancy; 13) Park fees will be collected at the time of building permit issuance in the amount of $79 per commercial lodging unit; 14) All buildings must be constructed of a non-reflective material and painted in natural tones which blend into the natural environment. Shake shingles are not permitted; 15) The Section 2.8 Fee of $1,052 will be collected at building permit issuance.

3. COUNTRYSIDE PARK III EASEMENT AND DEDICATION (#93-0S370):

17-07-68; 808 COUNTRYSIDE DRIVE; SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 14, WEST

OF COUNTY ROAD 9E (SUMMITVIEW DRIVE); M1 MULTIPLE ZONING

(11-22-93).

This is a request to vacate a portion of an existing utility easement and dedicate a new facility easement. Staff Findings include: 1) Countryside Park was converted from a mobile home park to a residential Planned Unit Development. In order to accommodate existing utilities, extremely wide easements were dedicated on the Final Plat; 2) About one-third of the width of this lot is currently a utility easement; 3) All utility companies serving this area have reviewed the proposed easement vacation and dedication and stated no objection. Staff Recommendation is for approval of the proposed utility easement vacation and dedication of Lot 138, Countryside Park Filing III.

4. CARRIAGE HILLS UTILITY EASEMENT VACATION (#93-0S0357):

01-04-73, LOT 19, BLOCK 17, CARRIAGE HILLS 5TH; E-ESTATE

ZONING (11-22-93)

This is a request to vacate the utility easement along the NW property line. Staff Findings are: 1) Carriage Hills 5th Filing was recorded in 1968; 2) The 10' utility easement along the northwest boundary of Lot 19, Block 17 has only been used for service lines for the house on this lot. The house is encroaching on the easement; 3) The County Health and Engineering Departments, and all affected utility companies, have reviewed the request and stated no objections; 4) Approval of the easement vacation should not result in any negative impacts on provision of services. Staff recommendation is for approval of the request to vacate the 10' utility easement along the northwest boundary line of Lot 19, Block 17, Carriage Hills 5th Filing.

5. WALKER STREET VACATION (#93-0S0356): 35-05-73; EAST OF MARY'S

LAKE ROAD, 2 MILES SOUTH OF US 36 IN FERGUSON'S SUBDIVISION

BETWEEN STRONG AVENUE AND RIVERSIDE LANE; E-1 ESTATE

ZONING (11-22-93).

This is a request to vacate a platted, but unbuilt right-of-way in Ferguson's Subdivision. Staff Findings include: 1) Ferguson's Subdivision was recorded in 1904; 2) The County Engineering, Health and Sheriff's Departments, utility companies serving the area, and other agencies have reviewed the request and stated no objections; 3) Approval of this vacation of right-of-way should not result in any negative impacts on surrounding properties, utility services or transportation.

Staff Recommendation is for Approval of the request to vacate the portion of right-of-way for Walker Street located between Lot 1, Block 3 and Lots 15 and 16, Block 2, Ferguson's Subdivision with the following condition: 1) The applicant shall submit an Amended Plat showing the new lot configuration for the properties involved in this action. The Amended Plat shall comply with the requirements of the Larimer County Subdivision Resolution.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Disney moved that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and Staff/Planning Commissioner Recommendations and approve the Viney Amended Rezoning (#92-ZN0008); Sundance Trail Guest Ranch Special Review (#93-ZR0317); Countryside Park III Easement Vacation and Dedication (#93-0S0357); Carriage Hills Utility Easement Vacation (#93-0S0357); and the Walker Street Vacation (#93-0S0356) each, with the conditions as previously outlined.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

6. CROSSHEART EQUESTRIAN CENTER SPECIAL REVIEW (#93-ZR0304):

SE 24-04-70; ONE MILE WEST OF COUNTY ROAD 23E, AND ONE MILE

NORTH OF COUNTY ROAD 4; 35 ACRES; 1 LOT; FA-1 FARMING

ZONING (11-22-93).

This is a request for Special Review to operate a boarding stable for 12 to 18 horses with three outdoor arenas and one indoor arena. Ms. Michels noted that this item is consent between Staff and the applicant, but there is an unresolved issue regarding access via an existing one lane, rutted, gravel road. Ms. Michels stated that the applicant has agreed to upgrade this road in whatever manner that Engineering requests. Staff Findings are: 1) This Special Review is consistent with the Larimer County Land Use Plan and the Larimer County Zoning Resolution; 2) The Larimer County Health Departments, the Fire District, all utilities and other interested agencies have reviewed this subdivision and have stated no objections as long as certain conditions are met; 3) The proposed boarding stable appears consistent with the existing and proposed development in the area as long as certain requirements are met; 4) Approval of the Special Review, with the following conditions, will not create any significant negative impacts on the surrounding properties, transportation facilities, utility services, the natural environment, or on overall health and safety. In addition to the concern about access, Commissioner Disney raised a concern about fire safety and an adequate water supply being furnished by the Little Thompson Water District. After discussion, the recommendation of conditional approval of the Planning Commission/Staff was amended as follows: 1) The access must be improved to meet any requirements of the County Engineer; 2) No rodeos, jackpot roping events, riding exhibitions or any other activity which will bring members of the general public to the site is allowed; 3) No riding lessons, either to the general public that does not board horses on the site or to individuals who bring their horses to the site only for lessons and then do not board the horses on site, are allowed; 4) There can be no lighting of the southern two arenas. Any lighting of the northern arena must be approved by Staff prior to the operation beginning and any such lighting must be turned off by 8 p.m.; 5) Plans for dust mitigation, fly mitigation, noise control, manure storage, bedding storage, water supply, and sewage disposal must be approved by Staff and the County Health Department prior to final approval of this Special Review; 6) The facility may operate no later than 9 p.m.; 7) A sign plan must be submitted and approved by Staff; 8) Only one single family dwelling is permitted on the property; 9) A grading and drainage plan must be submitted at building permit; 10) Any prairie dog eradication must be done in conjunction with the Division of Wildlife; 11) Building colors must be light earth tones, as stated by the applicant; 12) A fire hydrant with adequate water pressure and flow, which is deemed adequate by the Berthoud Fire Protection District, must be provided on the property prior to beginning the operation; 13) Water lines must be installed prior to beginning the operation; 14) The operation must not access through Foothills Estates or Berthoud Estates.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Disney moved that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and Planning Commission/Staff Recommendation with Amended Conditions and approve the Crossheart Equestrian Center Special Review (#93-ZR0304).

Motion carried 3 - 0.

The meeting recessed at 9:25 a.m.

MEETING REGARDING MICROWAVE

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The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 1:30 p.m. in regular session with Jim Stokes, Director Information Management. Chairman Hotchkiss presided; Commissioner Disney was present. Commissioner Duvall was attending a Road and Bridge Meeting at the Waverly Shop. Also present were: Mike Slavick, Communications Specialist; George Jones, Manager Computer Operations; Cynthia Young, Telecom Supervisor; Bob Keister, Budget Manager; Richard Shockley, Larimer County Sheriff; the following persons from the Sheriff's Department Elizabeth Lowes, Sandy Schilling, Sandy Eddy, Jeff Schreiner; and Bill Gordon, County Administrator. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

Mr. Stokes noted that during a meeting with the Board on August 11, 1993 some concerns in the Technical Communication Area (Microwaves-radios) were discussed and it was indicated that a further review would be forthcoming to include an update of the ten-year plan. Mr. Slavick stated that Larimer County has about $2 million dollars in communications equipment in systems throughout the County and $850,000 of that amount is in Microwave electronic equipment. Mr. Slavick provided the history of microwave development in Larimer County, noting that the first microwave system was purchased after the Big Thompson Flood in 1979 when it was decided to upgrade the communications systems throughout the County. Mr. Slavick stated that the Technical Communications Department is responsible for the design, maintenance and licensing of all Communications Networks for Larimer County and used for three major reasons: 1) To save money by bypassing U.S. West for our internal telephone and Data Communications; 2) To provide remote Video arraignment from the Detention Center to the Courthouse; 3) To provide Local Government, Police, Ambulance and Fire Communications throughout the County. Because of the size of Larimer County, a number of remote Communications Sites have been implemented in order to provide the Sheriff's Department with adequate communications throughout the County; and because Larimer County departments are scattered throughout the County, Microwave is used to interconnect these buildings for internal telephone and data communication.

Mr. Slavick stated that the Sheriff's Department transferred all communications equipment to the Technical Communications Department in 1990. The Technical Communications Department put together a 10-year equipment replacement plan, which averaged out replacement costs, and asked that $226,000 be set aside every year. The plan was not funded until the 1993 budget year and was amended to not include Sheriff's Dispatch Consoles or the Microwave between the Detention Center and the Courthouse. These items were to be included in major remodels or additions of the respective buildings. By removing these items from the overall plan, a new figure of $150,000 per year for replacement of equipment was funded.

Mr. Slavick stated that back in 1984, the FCC determined that any ground-based Microwave users, such as Larimer County, could operate as long as they did not cause harmful interference to Direct Broadcast Satellite Service. Mr. Slavick was recently informed that DirecTV will launch a satellite in December 1993 on the frequency we are using and will commence service in this band of frequencies in March 1994. Mr. Slavick stated that as soon as a receiver is sold in our Microwave path, we will cause harmful interference to that receiver and FCC will require us to abandon the frequency. Therefore, to prepare for this inevitability, Alcatel Networks Systems was contacted to design a solution for this problem and they proposed a total system replacement cost of approximately $425,000. Other unsatisfactory options were discussed, but total replacement will still be required by 1997. Sheriff Shockley noted that personnel costs for transportation to and from the Detention Center to the Courthouse for arraignment would pay for this in three years. Discussion followed.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Disney moved that the Board appropriate $425,000 for the Microwave System Replacement out of the 1994 budgeted Capital Expenditures Fund, as requested.

Motion carried 2 - 0.

The meeting adjourned at 3:30 p.m.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1993

HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES COUNCIL QUARTERLY MEETING

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The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. in regular session with Rena Mackrill, HHS Chairperson. Chairman Pro-Tem Duvall presided; Commissioner Disney was present. Chairman Hotchkiss will be out of town the remainder of this week. Also present were the following HHS Council Members: Dr. Adrienne LeBailly, Neil Gluckman, Paul Cooper, Dr. Keith Olson, and Doug Keasling; and Bill Gordon, County Administrator. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

1. DISCUSSION OF REVISED MISSION STATEMENT: Ms. Mackrill read the new Mission Statement for the HHS Council, which is: "The purpose of the Health and Human Services Council is to provide a forum for internal and external communication, coordinating services, solving mutual problems, improving management skills, offering personal support, and planning actions for service improvement". Ms. Mackrill requested Board comments to the new Statement; the Board will review the Statement and schedule another meeting to review and discuss the Statement with Council.

2. DISCUSSION OF PROPOSED HHS COUNCIL GOALS FOR 1994: Ms. Mackrill reviewed in retrospect the accomplishments of 1993. Ms. Mackrill outlined the five HHS Goals for 1994: 1) Cities in Schools--Commissioner Disney noted that the Estes Park School District has been approached about the possibility of locating the new County facilities in Estes Park on school property. Commissioner Duvall stated that there will be a meeting on "Cities in Schools" with HHS Council Members and school representatives on December 16, 1993 at 10:00 a.m. in the Commissioner's Hearing Room; 2) Review of Policies and Structures--the status of the County's Overall Vision and Strategic Planning was discussed; 3) Outcome Measurements--these need to be very concise and clearly defined; 4) Problem Identification and Advocacy--consult with leaders in HHS agencies to identify problems and focus resources; and 5) State Restructuring.

3. COLORADO CARE: Dr. LeBailly submitted for the Board's review a summary sheet showing the relationship between ColoradoCare and basic Public Health Services Dr. LeBailly also submitted a listing of five strategies, with objectives and policies, developed in Sacramento County for the County Commissioners to consider when making any decisions about land use and development.

4. FCHS ALTERNATIVES: Ms. Mackrill submitted a Topic Synopsis for the Fort Collins High School Reuse Study and requested the Board to review the suggested potential uses, and to offer other suggestions for use, including Larimer County needs for space for all or part of the facility, and ideas for potential sources of funding. Several suggestions were offered - Front Range Community College and a settlement house.

The meeting recessed at 10:45 a.m.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1993

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

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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: Jerry White, Zoning Administrator, and Rex Smith, Director of Public Works.. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

1. REQUEST FOR APPROVAL AND SIGNATURE ON A DEED FOR THE SALE OF LOT 19, CRYSTAL LAKES THIRTEENTH FILING PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT: Mr. White requested the Board to approve and the Chairman Pro-Tem to sign a Quit-Claim Deed from Larimer County to Crystal Lakes Road and Recreation Association for Lot 19, Crystal Lakes Thirteenth Filing, P.U.D.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve and the Chairman Pro-Tem sign a Quit-Claim Deed for Lot 19, Crystal Lakes Thirteenth Filing Planned Unit Development.

Motion carried 2 - 0.

D93-21 QUIT-CLAIM DEED FOR LOT 19, CRYSTAL LAKES THIRTEENTH

FILING, P.U.D., COUNTY OF LARIMER, STATE OF COLORADO

2. WORKSESSION:

-- Mr. Smith requested a waiver of policy from the Board to permit the transfer of sick leave for an employee in Engineering from employees in the Public Works Department, noting that between 2100 and 2200 hours have already been offered. CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to approve the waiver of policy and allow the transfer of 300 hours of sick leave from employees in the Public Works Department, as requested by Mr. Smith. If additional hours are needed, Mr. Smith will return to the Board.

-- Mr. Neil Gluckman, ETS Director, has recommended the Board approve the Larimer County Enterprise Zone Administrator entering into agreements, with outlined conditions, with local not-for-profit organizations whose primary purpose is to improve the economic conditions of Larimer County. The Zone Administrator shall review each agreement for compliance and ensure that it meets community needs. Mr. Gluckman suggested this process be administered for one year and then review and analyze how well it functions with County standards and policies. CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to approve this request, as recommended by Mr. Gluckman.

-- Mr. Gordon noted that last year the Board approved giving each representative from the various departments one day leave for their efforts on the Food Center Distribution Drive, and recommended the Board do the same this year. The Board agreed to this request.

3. COMMISSIONER'S REPORTS:

-- Commissioner Disney attended the United Way Board Meeting and reported to the Board that contributions are down this year - people are giving in different ways. The suggestion was made to possibly do a survey to see how people decide how and what they are going to give. Commissioner Disney suggested that if the United Way Board wanted to formulate one or two questions, they could be included on the County survey. Commissioner Duvall suggested that the questions be worded in such a way that they fit in with our questions and survey, she is concerned about space and confusion.

-- Commissioner Disney also attended the CCI GO-COLORADO Meeting and reported that they are working with CML and the Special Districts Association to see what role Larimer County needs to play with the GO-COLORADO money and how GO-COLORADO might impact us. Grant requests for GO-COLORADO money, submitted by non-profit agencies, are to be referred to local governments to be coordinated with their efforts.

-- Commissioner Disney noted that the Board received a letter addressed to Jerry Horak from Ted Randegger concerning the spreading of herbicides on leafy spurge. Commissioner Disney will schedule lunch with Mr. Horak and Frank Lancaster, Director of Natural Resources to resolve the matter.

-- Commissioner Disney noted that when the Board was in Estes Park for the budget hearing, the Board received a request for library funding for Red Feather and wondered when the budget will be amended for this. This matter will be discussed during Administrative Matters on December 8, 1993.

-- Commissioner Duvall reported that Ms. Lani Van Eck and Carol Gillespie made an outstanding presentation of the proposed Affordable Housing Information System, at the Fort Collins, Inc. meeting this morning. Commissioner Duvall noted that Fort Collins, Inc. is very interested and thought the Housing Information System would be very useful to them and they are considering contributing to it. They assigned Ralph Waldo and Roger Sample to work with Lani and Carol to determine how they can be helpful and participate financially.

4. 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 November 15, 1993, and the Agendas for the weeks of November 29 and December 6, 1993, as submitted.

Motion carried 2 - 0.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve the Environmental Advisory Board By-Laws.

Motion carried 2 - 0.

LIQUOR LICENSES: Licenses were issued to the Sun Deck Restaurant - 6% WITH EXTENDED HOURS - Estes Park, CO.; and Young's Liquor - 6% - Fort Collins, CO.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve the following documents:

A93-173 AGREEMENT CONCERNING ROAD IMPROVEMENTS ON

COUNTY ROAD 11C BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY

COMMISSIONERS AND WILSON H. SPENCE (Project #167)

A93-174 AGREEMENT CONCERNING ROAD IMPROVEMENTS ON

COUNTY ROAD 11C BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY

COMMISSIONERS AND ANNA M. HIRSCH, TRUSTEE

A93-175 FRONT RANGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SERVICE AGREEMENT

BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND

FRONT RANGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE (Basic Education

Subcontract)

A93-176 AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT FOR LARIMER COUNTY

SHERIFF'S OFFICE MEDICAL UNIT SERVICE BETWEEN THE

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND PREFERRED

CORRECTIONAL MEDICAL TEAM, INC.

C93-62 CONTRACT FOR PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL SERVICES

BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND

CHEN NORTHERN, INC. (Geotechnical Contract)

 

C93-63 CONTRACT MODIFICATION WITH THE STATE DIVISION OF

CRIMINAL JUSTICE (State Juvenile Diversion Funds thru the

Division of Criminal Justice)

C93-64 CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY

COMMISSIONERS AND THE STATE OF COLORADO,

DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL AFFAIRS, ECONOMIC

DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION (Colorado Economic Development

Fund - Funding for Employers' Roundtable and Business Expo)

R93-177s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING AMENDMENT OF

THE MASTER PLAN OF MANOR RIDGE ESTATE - 5TH FILING

R93-178s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE PLAT OF

LAWSON MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

R93-179z FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE REZONING,

WAIVER REQUEST AND PRELIMINARY PLAT OF TRI-CITY

SUBDIVISION

R93-180s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE VACATION OF

UTILITY EASEMENT IN GLACIER VIEW MEADOWS, 4TH FILING

R93-181s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE VACATION OF

PLAT OF WEST SIERRA VISTA TERRACES

Motion carried 2 - 0.

The meeting adjourned at 10:05 a.m.

 

 

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COURTLYN W. HOTCHKISS, CHAIRMAN

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

( S E A L )

ATTEST:

 

 

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Sherry E. Graves, Deputy County Clerk