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PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1994

SUBDIVISIONS

(#171 & #172)

The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:00 a.m. in regular session with John Barnett, Director of Planning. Chair Duvall presided and Commissioner Hotchkiss was present; Commissioner Disney was absent due to illness. Also present were: Al Kadera, Subdivision Administrator; Rex Burns, Engineering; Jerry Blehm, Environmental Health; John Pedas, Code Enforcement Officer; John Clarke, Commissioner Elect; and Jeannine Haag, Assistant County Attorney. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

Chair Duvall noted that the Donath Substation Special Review (#94-ZR0412) has been withdrawn, and a request has been received to table the Trapper's Point Second Filing (#93-SU0381) until March 13, 1995.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Hotchkiss moved that the Board table the Trapper's Point Second Filing (#93-SU0381) until March 13, 1995.

Motion carried 2 - 0.

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

1. EAGLE LAKE SUBDIVISION 3RD AND 4TH FILING RELEASE OF

COLLATERAL (#92-SU0129 AND #92-SU0130): SE 1/4 OF 14-08-69;

WEST OF HIGHWAY 1, NORTH OF COUNTY ROAD 54 (12-12-94)

This is a request for a release of collateral. Staff Findings include: 1) Eagle Lake Third and Fourth Filings were approved in 1993; 2) The developer executed a Subdivision Improvements Agreement and provided collateral in the form of a letter of credit to guarantee the improvements; 3) The improvements are complete and the developer has requested that the County release the collateral; 4) The County Engineer has inspected the improvements and has no objection to the release of collateral.

The Staff Recommendation is for approval of the release of collateral for Eagle Lake Third and Fourth Filings, with the condition that the applicant execute a Warranty Collateral Agreement and provide warranty collateral in the amount of $2,280.15, which will be held by the County for two years.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Hotchkiss moved that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and Staff Recommendation and approve the Eagle Lake Subdivision 3rd and 4th Filing Release of Collateral (#92-SU0129 and #92-SU0130), with the condition as outlined.

Motion carried 2 - 0.

2. CRIM JUNKYARD VIOLATION (#92-ZV0104): LOT 16, PLEASANT

ACRES SUBDIVISION, 2914 PLEASANT ACRES DRIVE;

R-RESIDENTIAL ZONING (12-12-94).

This alleged violation is for outdoor storage of inoperable/unlicensed vehicles, junk and other debris in the R-Residential Zoning District. Mr. Pedas submitted photos of the property and reviewed the major concerns and issues, noting this is an older subdivision and the streets are only 30-feet wide; the subject property is located at one of the two entrances into the subdivision and highly visible to the residents. In addition, the vehicles, junk and other debris provide suitable harborage for rodents and other pests and the junk promotes the growth of noxious weeds and a fire safety hazard. However, Mr. Pedas noted that some of the vehicles and junk have been removed in the last 45 days, approximately 50% of the cleanup has been accomplished. Staff Findings are: 1) The subject property is zoned R-Residential; 2) The R-Residential Zoning District does not permit outside storage not accessory to permitted use; 3) The outside storage of vehicles, junk and other debris is inconsistent with the residential character of the neighborhood; 4) The use of the property for outside storage of vehicles and junk affects the public health and safety by creating undesirable traffic congestion and adverse environmental influences in the neighborhood; 5) Continued use of the property for outside storage of junk and vehicles will affect property values in the area. The Staff Recommendation is to find that a violation exists, require compliance within 60 days, and authorize legal action if the deadline is not met.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Hotchkiss moved that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and Staff Recommendation and find that in the matter of the Crim Junkyard Violation a violation exists, require compliance within 60 days, and authorize legal action if the deadline is not met.

Motion carried 2 - 0.

3. OBRECHT TRAVEL TRAILER PARK VIOLATION (#94-ZV0466):

W1/2, LOT 15, BO-MAR SUBDIVISION, 1321-1325 SW 36TH STREET,

LOVELAND, CO.; FA-FARMING ZONING (12-12-94)

This alleged violation is for occupying up to two travel trailers on a duplex lot in a platted residential subdivision. Mr. Pedas reviewed the major concerns and issues and noted this also in an older subdivision and in 1967 the FA-Farming Zoning permitted duplexes. In addition many of the lots were split without a replatting process and the subject property was one of the unauthorized splits; there is a residence on one lot and the other lot, which is vacant, has two travel trailer spaces with full hook-ups. Mr. Pedas noted that the Town of Berthoud has not authorized a sewer hook-up for even temporary residential uses on the property. The property owner was notified in May of 1994 and the trailers were removed; in October, one of the trailers reappeared, but now has been moved again. The Mr. Blehm expressed concern about the sanitary sewer hook up not having been inspected properly. Staff Findings include: 1) The subject property is zoned FA-Farming District; 2) The FA-Farming Zoning District does not permit public/private travel trailer parks; 3) The use of the property for a travel trailer park would impair the public health, safety and welfare by creating undesirable traffic congestion and over burdening of utilities; 4) Continued use of the property is inconsistent with the present zoning restrictions and will affect property values in the area. The Staff Recommendation is to find that a violation exists, require compliance within 15 days, and authorize legal action if the compliance deadline is not met or the violation reoccurs.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Hotchkiss moved that the Board find that the activities described in the Obrecht Travel Trailer Park Violation, if they continue or if they reoccur, constitute a violation of the zoning resolution; if such actions are not discontinued within 15 days, or if they reoccur, legal action is authorized.

Motion carried 2 - 0.

4. OLIVER SHORT TERM RENTAL VIOLATION; W1/2, NE, SW, W1/2

LOT 5, 02-04-73 1062 RAMSHORN ROAD; E-ESTATE ZONING (12-12-94)

This alleged violation is for renting a dwelling for short term (tourist accommodations) in the E-Estate Zoning District, which is an exclusive residential zone and permits only a few uses. Mr. Pedas reviewed the major concerns and issues, noting that the "short-term" rental of homes generally results in increased traffic, noise, and incompatibility with single family neighborhoods; however, in the resort town of Estes Park there are existing short-term rentals in the Estate Zone which have been tolerated over the years, but none-the-less are illegal. Staff Findings are: 1) The subject property is zoned E-Estate; 2) The E-Estate Zone does not permit short-term rentals similar to hotels, motels, tourist homes, resort lodges, etc.; 3) Tourist accommodations type uses are generally incompatible with single family dwellings; 4) Continued use of the property, inconsistent with the zoning restriction, may affect property values in the neighborhood. The Staff Recommendation is to find that a violation exists (existed), require compliance, and authorize legal action.

Rick Zier, attorney representing the subject property owners, stated that even though there is no violation occurring at this time, the Olivers want to discuss the possibility of renting the property for short term in the future and wish to be in compliance with county regulations. Mr. Zier noted that the Olivers purchased this home as a separate individually-owned property in the E-Estate Zoning District to be used by her Mother in the future; in the meantime, they have been renting the home. Mr. Zier noted that the rental of E-Estate zoned properties is a common historic practice in the Estes Valley; however, in 1988 an amendment was added to the zoning resolution which rendered as non-conforming existing long-standing uses. Mr. Zier submitted to the Board letters of support for this short-term use by the Olivers and examples showing the widespread nature of the rentals that go on in Estes Park.

Chair Duvall cautioned Mr. Zier that the purpose of today's meeting is to consider the alleged violation, not to amend the zoning resolution. Ms. Haag acknowledged that even though there is no violation occurring at this time, the question to be resolved in the future is whether properties should be allowed to continue with this activity and she noted that there are several ways to accomplish this: 1) Request rezoning to a zone permitting this type of activity; 2) Go to the Board of Adjustment and request a special exception; 3) Bring an action in court to challenge the validity of the regulation; 4) Propose a conditional amendment to the county's zoning regulation which would allow this kind of activity in the E-Estate zone. Mr. Zier stated that a 5th way to address the problem would be for the Olivers to continue with this use; however, they do not wish to do that even though they consider this an inappropriate regulation, unenforceable and illegal. Further, Mr. Zier stated that they have written and submitted an amendment, including controls and conditions, to the zoning resolution; and, they are not suggesting this occur in E-Estate county wide, only in Estes Park, because it is unique.

The following persons addressed the Board in opposition to short-term rentals in the E-Estate Zoning District: Dr. Robert Creer, Chairman of the Ramshorn Homeowner's Association, and adjacent property owners Howard Robbins, Shaela and Frank Welty, C. L. Rettledorf, and Homer Bowling; they cited their concerns of trespassing, increased traffic and speeding, incompatibility, and noted that their road is a private, dead-end road and the homeowners have spent a lot of money on the road. They stated this is a residential neighborhood and they do not want it to become commercial; and, there are two houses soon to be for sale in the neighborhood and if the Board allows this use, it will give a "green light" to others for commercial use. Those persons speaking in favor of this use were: Bob Garrett, who has an E-Estate property in Estes Valley which he has rented in the past on a weekly basis; Doug Beatty, Property Manager in Estes Park who manages over 100 rental homes in the area; Janet West, Greeley resident and property owner in Estes Valley which is rented out on a monthly basis. Ms. West stated that short-term rentals in the Estes Valley have been going on for years and she questioned how a law can be changed and buried without people knowing about it.

Ms. Haag recommended that today the Board find that there is no violation occurring at this time and then further study the legality issue of the current regulation to determine if it is enforceable and, if not, what amendments need to be made to make it enforceable. Mr. Barnett noted that in terms of resource allocations, this creates two resource problems as it will take a tremendous amount of public participation to resolve the issue and the long-term enforcement will have some serious implications for staff.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Hotchkiss moved that the Board find that in the matter of the Oliver Short Term Rental Violation that from the evidence presented today a violation does not exist at this time.

Motion carried 2 - 0.

The meeting adjourned at 10:40 a.m.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1994

COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS QUARTERLY MEETING

(#172 @ 1000)

The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. in regular session with Paul Cooper, Director of Community Corrections. Chair Duvall presided and Commissioner Hotchkiss was present; Commissioner was absent due to illness. Also present were: Brent Nittmann, Youth Services Bureau Program Manager; John Clarke, Commissioner Elect; and Frank Lancaster, County Manager. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

1. Juvenile Short Term Holding Facility Update: Mr. Cooper stated that their recent meetings with the Division of Youth Services have resulted in an option to add an eight-bed unit and processing space to the state detention facility for use as a County operated secure short-term holding unit for approximately $500,000. Mr. Cooper stated that monies for this facility are not available in the present building allocation; he has discussed this matter with Representative Peggy Reeves and she requested a listing from him of the arguments outlining the benefits to the State for including this expenditure in the allocation. Mr. Cooper noted that the architect stated that if this county short-term holding unit is not constructed at this time, it will cost approximately $1,000,000 to build later; he is waiting for a written report from the architect so they can put together a benefits package identifying the usage and benefits of the holding facility to the state, county, and cities.

2. Laurel Street Facility: Mr. Cooper stated he has discussed expansion of the Laurel Street Facility with Planning and Zoning and they indicated that the facility could be expanded by 7,000 sq. feet, but parking is an issue; he noted he would like to have an architect look at the building and provide some expansion options. Mr. Cooper stated that initially the expansion would be for office space and then later converted into residential use for offenders. Discussion of the status of the "New Beginnings" building followed and the Board directed Mr. Cooper to actively pursue the possibility of the county acquiring this building before considering expansion of the Laurel Street Facility; the Board assured Mr. Cooper they will help him in the public hearing process and in whatever else they can in this endeavor.

3. American Correctional Association Accreditation: Mr. Cooper noted that for the past six years, the residential facility has been accredited by the American Correctional Association (ACA); however, he is now recommending discontinuing involvement with them as it is no longer useful and there are state standards in place at no charge and accreditation with ACA for 1995 would be a minimum of $4450. Mr. Cooper has discussed this action with his staff, the Advisory Board, and the state people and all concur that ACA is no longer of benefit to them. CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to concur with the recommendation to discontinue involvement in the ACA process.

4. Discussion Items: 1) Mr. Cooper provided an update for the Board on the new youth screening process; 2) Discussion followed concerning rumors about the Day Reporting Facility located on the Oak Street Plaza. Chair Duvall noted that members of the Downtown Development Authority are concerned about these clients "hanging around"; she asked if there is any possibility of locating that office at another location. Mr. Cooper indicated they would relocate if they had another location; however, he doesn't believe that the people "hanging around" are from the daily reporting center. Mr. Cooper will investigate the situation.

The meeting recessed at 10:20 a.m.

FINANCE QUARTERLY MEETING

( #173)

The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 10:30 a.m. in regular session with Bob Grewell, Director of Finance. Chair Duvall presided and Commissioner Hotchkiss was present; Commissioner is absent because of illness. Also present were: Bob Keister, Budget Manager; Cindy Spreitzer, Systems and Programming Lead Analyst; Diana Morton, Accounting Supervisor; John Clarke, Commissioner Elect; and Frank Lancaster, County Manager. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

1. Status of Financial Management Systems Consultant: Mr. Grewell reviewed the status for hiring a Financial Management Systems Consultant; he noted that they received eleven responses to their request for proposal. Committee members independently reviewed the eleven and selected five and two of those firms were interviewed last Friday. Mr. Grewell stated they are in the process of checking the references; after they are received and have been reviewed, the committee will make a selection and bring it to the Board for their consideration. Mr. Grewell noted that both firms made good presentations and before the Board makes their final decision, he recommends they and the Cabinet hear their presentations. Discussion followed; it was debated whether or not the Board should spend $100,000 for a consultant, or go with privatization, or spend the money making it happen rather than on a study. In the meantime, presentations will be made to the Board.

2. Update on Hiring Controller: Mr. Grewell stated that 152 applications were received for the Controller's position; Personnel narrowed that number down to 15 and then Commissioner Hotchkiss and Mr. Grewell narrowed those 15 down to 8. The selection committee then reviewed the eight and selected the top three 3 and an invitation was extended for an interview; interviews for only two of the applicants will be held this Friday as the third applicant has accepted employment elsewhere.

3. Letter from Hunt, Spillman & Associates, P.C.: Mr. Grewell submitted an audit report letter from the Auditor Jeff Barnes noting that they have commenced doing the 1994 county audit and have completed the Mental Health Center audit as of June 30, 1994.

4. Update on Hiring Assistant Risk Manager: Mr. Grewell reported to the Board that they have readvertised for the position for an Assistant Risk Manager; they interviewed five applicants and made an offer to one and are waiting for an answer. Mr. Grewell stated they hope to have an Assistant Risk Manager on board after the first of the year.

The meeting recessed at 11:00 a.m.

PERSONNEL STANDING MEETING

(#174)

The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 2:00 p.m. in regular session with Ralph Jacobs, Personnel Director. Chair Duvall presided; Commissioner Hotchkiss was present. Commissioner Disney absent as noted previously. Also present was: Shari Olson, Personnel and Training Coordinator for the Sheriff's Office; Neil Gluckman, Assistant County Administrator; Frank Lancaster, County Manager; Jodie Boatright, Office Supervisor; John Clarke, Commissioner-Elect; Steve Crist, Mechanic with Fleet Management Department. Recording Clerk, A. Jensen.

1. Discussion of Employee of the Month Program: Mr. Jacobs began the discussion by referring to the proposal submitted in the handout. The Employee Recognition Committee and Mr. Jacobs stated they think this program is a positive way to recognize Larimer County employees. The selection criteria will be developed by this committee at a later meeting. The pros and cons of having an employee of the month program were discussed at length. Consensus of the Board was to direct the committee to continue with their work and institute an Employee Recognition Program

2. Discussion of Sheriff's proposed policies: Mr. Jacobs and Commissioner Hotchkiss briefly reviewed the events leading to his recommendation to the Board to allow this major departure from the policies established by the Personnel office. Ms. Olson spoke in favor of this policy, clarifying that these policies don't replace existing county policies, but is an addition and affects all positions in the Sheriff's office.

MOTION

Commissioner Hotchkiss moved to adopt the revisions of policy numbers 420.01(5th revision), 420.02(4th revision), 420.03(4th revision), 420.04(8th revision), 420.05(3rd revision), 420.06(4th revision) as printed in the handout to be effective December 1, 1994.

Motion carried 2-0

3. Other: Commissioner Hotchkiss briefly reviewed the selection process of the Controller, mentioning they should be interviewing this Friday.

Meeting adjourned at 2:40 p.m.

PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING

ROAD VACATION

(#174)

The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 3:00 p.m. for a Public Hearing regarding the Road Vacation of a public road right-of-way in Sections 8 and 17, Township 6 North, Range 69 West, which is Trilby Road west of the landfill. Chair Duvall presided; Commissioner Hotchkiss was present. Commissioner Disney was absent due to illness. Also present were: Dot McKean, Right-of-Way Agent; George Kidder, Private Citizen; Janelle Henderson, Director of Natural Resources; Frank Lancaster, County Manager. Recording Clerk, A. Jensen.

The purpose of today's meeting is to request the Commissioners to vacate a public road right-of-way in Sections 8 and 17, Township 6 North, Range 69 West, which is the Trilby Road west of the landfill continuing over to Horsetooth Reservoir. Chair Duvall requested Ms. McKean to draw a map of the road right-of-way to be vacated. Ms. McKean stated that all the statutory requirements have been met to proceed with the vacation of this road right-of-way. Mr. Kidder, president of Hidden Springs Homeowners Association, presented the Board with a plat of the lots and the roads and letters from adjacent landowners requesting the vacation, giving a brief history of how this road right-of-way had been discovered.

Chair Duvall opened the hearing to public input. Mr. Heuerman, Ms. Meyer, Ms. White and Mr. Taylor all spoke in favor of vacating the road right-of-way. Discussion continued, further supporting this action and the consequences of the vacation.

Ms. Duvall requested assurance from the citizens attending this meeting that there would not be private driveways and roads criss-crossing the hogback if the Board approves this road vacation. Mr. Kidder mentioned the Hidden Springs Homeowners Association has an architectural committee that review all home building projects. Mr. Kidder assured the Board that the motivation of the homeowners in this area is to preserve the scenic beauty, further stating there is only one lot that has not been built on; the rest of the lots have established homes. Ms. Meyer mentioned that the Hidden Springs Homeowners Association is using their road grader and road base paid by them to maintain part of the County road.

Mr. Kidder said he will construct and maintain a turn around without damage to county or private land. Ms. McKean, Mr. Kidder and the Hidden Springs Homeowners Association will compose an agreement to build and maintain the turn around.

MOTION

Commissioner Hotchkiss moved to vacate the public road right-of-way in Sections 8 and 17, Township 6 North, Range 69 West, which is Trilby Road west of the landfill continuing over to Horsetooth Reservoir with approval effective today, contingent upon an agreement being reached between the Hidden Springs Homeowners Association and the County.

Motion carried 2-0

Meeting adjourned at 3:50 p.m.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1994

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

(#173 @ 1300)

The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. in regular session with Frank Lancaster, County Manager. Chair Duvall presided; Commissioners Disney and Hotchkiss were present. Also present were: Dr. Keith Olson, Mental Health Director; John MacFarlane, Director of Parks; Sheriff Richard Shockley; Neil Gluckman, Assistant County Manager; Donna Hart, Assistant to the County Manager; and John Clarke, Commissioner Elect. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

1. REQUEST FOR A HALF-TIME PSYCHIATRIC APPOINTED POSITION: Dr. Olson informed the Board that Dr. Parker Preble, Psychiatrist, intends to retire in March of 1995 and it would be prudent to hire a half-time psychiatrist prior to his departure. Dr. Olson requested the Board to approve a half-time psychiatric appointed position, effective January 3, 1995; no additional county funds will be required for this position as the direct outpatient services provided, will generate most of his salary. CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to approve this request.

Dr. Olson updated the Board on the two Family Preservation Therapists positions which were originally approved as permanent, full time, but were filled as temporary because of a conservative approach to funding; he noted that funding is now more solid and those positions will be permanent positions.

2. DISCUSSION OF LEGISLATIVE CHANGES NEEDED FOR PARK RANGER ENFORCEMENT ABILITIES: Mr. MacFarlane described a statutory problem and a specific proposed statute change for park regulations enforcement, noting that under current state law, only certified law enforcement personnel can enforce county park regulations. Mr. MacFarlane stated that this new legislation is creating a problem in the hiring of seasonals; he noted that in the past, 20 seasonal park rangers have been hired to perform the duties of both land and water control and the new law requires certified officers for these duties. Therefore, today Mr. MacFarlane is requesting the Board to approve staff pursuing a law change with the State Legislature concerning the enforcement of park regulations. Ms. Hehn stated that she has proposed a change to the Statute which is similar to what they did for the animal control officers; the proposed change would state that regulations adopted by a county for parks can be enforced by the Sheriff, or his deputies, or people appointed or designated by resolution of the Board of County Commissioners, and they do not need to be certified. The Sheriff stated that these people will not have the powers of arrest, they will only have the ability to enforce county park regulations. CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to support the recommendation for a proposed law change for park regulations enforcement.

3. WORKSESSION:

-- Cabinet Meeting Agenda: Mr. Lancaster submitted the Agenda for the Cabinet Meeting on December 15, 1994 and asked if the Board approved; the Board approved.

-- Items for Policy Worksession December 22, 1994: Since Mr. Lancaster and Commissioner Hotchkiss will be absent on December 22, 1994, the Board decided to cancel the Policy Worksession on December 22, 1994.

-- Board Invitations: Ms. Hart noted that the only invitation for the Board to consider at this time is from Governor Roy Romer to attend the Colorado Summit on Smart Growth and Development on January 25 and 26, 1995 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. Chair Duvall and Commissioner Disney and Commission Elect Clarke will attend and they recommended that representatives from the Planning Department and Public Works should also attend.

4. COMMISSIONERS' REPORTS - ADMINISTRATIVE:

-- Commissioner Disney reported on a meeting he recently attended at Sylvan Dale Ranch regarding the Maitland property; he noted this is approximately 1500 acres that is about to be divided into 35-acre tracts. Commissioner Disney stated that efforts are being made to possible do a land swap with the U. S. Forest Service.

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

M O T I O N

Commissioner Hotchkiss moved that the Board approve the Minutes for the week of December 5, 1994 and the Agenda for the week of December 19. 1994, as submitted.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Hotchkiss moved that the Board approve Petitions for Abatement, as recommended by County Assessor Stephen Miller, for the following: Weaver; Kitchen Design Center; Otsuka Electronics; Skikare; Snyder; Dildine; Adams/Reiter; Iverson/Marquardt; Cervantes; Dunlap.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

LIQUOR LICENSES: A License was issued to Young's Liquor - 6% - Fort Collins Colorado.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Hotchkiss moved that the Board approve the following documents:

A94-168 LETTER AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY

COMMISSIONERS AND BURLINGTON NORTHERN RAILROAD

(Project #160 - Coal Creek Bridge County Road 70)

A94-169 AGREEMENT CONCERNING BRIDGE REPLACEMENT ON

COUNTY ROAD 70 BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY

COMMISSIONERS AND HOWARD D. AND ESTA E. PETERSEN

(Project #160 - Coal Creek Bridge)

A94-170 WARRANTY COLLATERAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND WESTERN LAND

AND INVESTMENT CORPORATION FOR EAGLE LAKE THIRD

AND FOURTH FILING

A94-171 AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY

COMMISSIONERS AND THE STATE OF COLORADO, STATE

DEPARTMENT, DIVISION OF TRANSPORTATION

DEVELOPMENT (Transportation Development Program Funding)

A94-172 SECOND AMENDMENT TO LEASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN

THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND FOOTHILLS

GATEWAY, INC. f/n/a FOOTHILLS-GATEWAY REHABILITATION

CENTER, INC. (Two Classrooms for Youth S.A.F.E.)

D94-36 CORRECTION DEED OF DEDICATION FOR SUNDANCE

TRAIL GUEST RANCH (Dedication of Property for Public Highway)

R94-156s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE PLAT OF

DEPPERSCHMIDT MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

R94-157s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE PLAT OF

GARDELS MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

R94-158s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION GRANTING THE NORTH

POUDRE IRRIGATION MINOR RESIDENTIAL APPEAL

R94-159s RESOLUTION REGARDING RELEASE OF COLLATERAL

FOR EAGLE LAKE THIRD AND FOURTH FILING

Motion carried 3 - 0.

At this time, County Attorney George Hass, Patty Arnett, Health Department Business Manager, and Risk Manager Mike Burch joined the meeting for Legal Matters.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Hotchkiss moved that the Board go into Executive Session to discuss a personnel matter and settlement of a claim.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

The meeting adjourned at 11:40 a.m.; no action taken.

ATTEST:

______________________________________

JANET S. DUVALL, CHAIR

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

( S E A L )

______________________________________

Sherry E. Graves, Deputy County Clerk

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Aimee Jensen, Deputy County Clerk



December 14, 1994

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