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PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1996

MEETING REGARDING COURTHOUSE EXPANSION PROJECT

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The Board of County Commissioners met at 2:00 p.m. in regular session with Deni LaRue, Courthouse Expansion Project Coordinator. Chair Disney presided; Commissioners Clarke and Duvall were present. Also present were: Josh Gould, Associate Principal, and Phil Goedert, Principal of InterPlan; Dick Anderson, Facilities Manager; and Frank Lancaster, County Manager. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

Subsequent to extensive planning efforts over the past year, a Larimer County Justice Center Project Management Proposal was submitted to the Board outlining a seven-step process for Interplan to assist the County in achieving their facility requirements by working cooperatively with a private developer. Mr. Gould stated that in order to streamline the process and limit the number of proposals to be reviewed, they are recommending that a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) be issued first, thereby limiting RFP responses to the three most qualified design-build teams and, at this time, the RFQ will only include the Justice Center on Block 31 and the Loveland Justice Facility. The recommended tasks and timelines to meet the County's objectives were presented and the Board was requested to authorize the expenditure of $63,820 to proceed with Steps 2 through 6, as step 1 for program definition is completed; steps 2 through 6 will include the RFQ process, proposal preparation, proposal evaluation and selection, negotiations, and the review concept design for expansion of the Detention Center. .

Discussion among the Board and questions followed; such as, tax increment financing, public/private financing partnerships, how much of the project to take to the voters, etc.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Clarke moved that the Board authorize the expenditure of $63,820 to proceed with Steps 2 through 6 of the Larimer County Justice Center Project Management Proposal, funds to be derived from the Capital Expenditures Fund.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

The meeting recessed at 2:45 p.m.

LAND USE PLANNING MEETING

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The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 3:00 p.m. in regular session with Russell Legg, Interim Planning Coordinator. Chair Disney presided; Commissioners Clarke and Duvall were present. Also present were: Richael Michels, Planner I; Rex Burns, Project Engineer; Doug Ryan, Environmental Health Planner; and Jeannine Haag, Assistant County Attorney. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

Chair Disney noted that the following are consent items and will not be discussed in detail unless requested by the Commissioners of members of the audience.

1. CEDAR PARK 6TH FILING AMENDED PLAT OF LOTS 46 & 47

(#95-SA0788): SW 1/4 22-06-71 IN CEDAR PARK SUBDIVISION,

233 JUG COURT; 5.33 ACRES; 2 LOTS; E-ESTATE ZONING

This is a request to amend the plat of Cedar Park to reconfigure the lot lines between two existing lots. Staff findings include: 1) The Cedar Park Subdivision 6th Filing was platted in 1968; 2) If the existing cabin is relocated, this application will not create a situation that is non-conforming with the Comprehensive Zoning Resolution; 3) County Departments have reviewed this proposal and have stated no objections to it, if certain conditions are met; 4) The approval of this Amended Plat, with certain conditions, should not adversely affect the health, safety, or welfare of existing residents.

Staff recommendation is for approval of the Amended Plat of Cedar Park 6th Filings, Lots 46 & 47, with the following condition: 1) The existing cabin must be relocated to comply with the Estate Zoning District setbacks prior to recording the Final Plat.

2. GRASSLANDS SUBDIVISION 2ND FILING RELEASE OF LOT SALE

RESTRICTION (#94-SU0495).

This is a request to release the lot sale restriction on Grasslands Subdivision 2nd Filing. All required improvements have been completed. Staff recommendation is that the lot sale restriction on Grasslands Subdivision 2nd Filing be released.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Clarke moved that the Board of County Commissioners adopt the staff findings and staff recommendations and approve the Amended Plat for Cedar Park 6th Filing Lots 46 & 47 (#95-SA0788) and the Grasslands Subdivision 2nd Filing Release of Lot Sale Restriction (#94-SU0495); each, with conditions as outlined.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

3. WOOD MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT (#95-EX0761):

SW 12-08-69 ON THE WEST SIDE OF COUNTY ROAD 15, 1/4 MILE

NORTH OF STATE HIGHWAY 1; 59 ACRES; 3 LOTS; O-OPEN ZONING

This is a request to divide a 59 acre parcel into three lots of 21.5 acres, 16.5 acres and 21 acres with existing improvements for two new, single-family dwellings. Ms. Michels described the proposal and noted that the primary issue to be resolved today is access; she described the access situation and noted that currently the access easement road does not have a name and the applicants (Woods) have requested that the road be named "Smithwood Lane", but the property owners to the north (Morengs) are objecting to this name. In addition, the Morengs have asked the Woods to sign a road maintenance agreement and requested this be a requirement of approval. Staff findings include: 1) An MRD appeal was granted by the Board of County Commissioners on August 14, 1995 to allow this application for a 3-lot MRD to proceed; 2) This proposed Minor Residential Development appears compatible with the surrounding land uses and future development plans for the area in which it is located; 3) The Larimer County Health and Engineering Departments, as well as other reviewing agencies, have reviewed this proposal and have stated no objections to it; 4) The approval of this MRD, with certain conditions, should not adversely affect the health, safety, or welfare of existing residents.

Questions from the Board followed regarding why the Morengs are objecting to the naming of the road and if the road will be maintained properly for emergency vehicle access; Mr. Burns responded that Engineering has asked for a 20-foot wide all-weather surface on the road and he recommends that a road maintenance agreement be reached to insure that the road is bladed annually. Jim Martell, attorney representing the applicants, noted they are in complete agreement with all the staff comments, requirements, and conditions of approval, and have no objection to blading the road annually. Ken Wolfe, attorney for the Morengs, indicated that a compromise regarding a name for the road can be reached; he noted that another concern of the Morengs is that the position of the gate creates a safety hazard and they would like the gate moved at least 50 ft. Mr. Wolfe submitted three letters to the Board from three members of the Moreng Family addressing these issues. Mr. Martell responded that the position of the gate was determined because of the location of the easement to provide access to the power lines. With regard to the naming of the road, Mr. Martell noted that the Woods have owned the property since 1926 and Mrs. Wood's maiden name was Smith, so they would like to name it Smithwood Lane. Diane Mead, Moreng's daughter, stated that they are objecting to the Smithwood name because this road is the main and only access to their home, they have been there 40 years, and she thinks it would be inappropriate to name their driveway after the Woods because they use it on a daily basis and the Woods use it infrequently because it is not an actual access into their home. Ms. Mead also noted that the gate was recently installed and there is another gate for access to the power lines; she stated it is truly a hazardous corner and the gate is in a very bad location. With regard to maintenance of the road, Ms. Mead noted they have always maintained the road and they use their own equipment and gravel from their own pit. Mr. Martell responded to the concerns raised, noting that after the Planning Commission meeting he prepared a proposed joint maintenance agreement and submitted it to Mr. Wolf. Chair Disney asked Mr. Burns if he has concerns about the placement of the gate; Mr. Burns responded he has not visited the site, but added that if this is a blind corner, then it is not a logical place for a gate and Commissioner Clarke commented that the placement of the gate is not relevant to approval of the MRD. Commissioner Duvall asked staff about naming the road; Ms. Michels responded that the road could be left unnamed and addressed as County Road 15. In summary, Mr. Martell responded that the Woods will withdraw their request to name the road, the resolution of the gate issue is a civil matter, and both parties have indicated they are willing to work out a joint maintenance agreement.

Therefore, the conditions of the Planning Commission/Staff's recommendation of approval were amended as follows: 1) 20 additional feet of right-of-way for County Road 15 shall be dedicated on the Final Plat; 2) Horizontal and vertical sight distances, as well as the requirements of the spacing, must be met for new access points onto County Road 15; 3) A preliminary drainage plan and report must be submitted to Engineering, reviewed and approved prior to recording the Final Plat; 4) An asphalt apron shall be constructed in the right-of-way of County Road 15 intersection with the northern access easement shown to the existing pavement of County Road 15; 5) The access easement shall be upgraded 20' wide, all-weather surface from County Road 15 to the point at which an access point is taken off of it for Tract 3. The surface shall be maintained annually by blading the road to provide emergency access; 6) The Health Department shall review and approve the proposed location of the septic and building envelopes for Tract 2 prior to recording the Final Plat; 7) A fire hydrant must be installed, tested and approved by either the Water District or the Fire Authority prior to recording the Final Plat or an SIA executed; 8) The access easement on the western property line must also be labeled "utility 1 easement"; 9) The following notes must be placed on the Final Plat: a) Engineered footings and foundations are required for new residential construction; b) The uses on this property are limited to residential and agricultural only; c) An Off-Site Road fee for future improvements to County Road 15 will be assessed for both Tracts 2 and 3 at the time of building permit in the amount of $462 for each tract; d) Park fees will be assessed at the time of building permit for new residential construction on Tracts 2 and 3; e) There are agricultural and recreational activities occurring legally in close proximity to this property. The County Planning and Health Departments will not take any action to curtail legally occurring activities; f) Plague and other wildlife borne diseases are a possibility given the proximity of the property to open properties and wildlife areas. The property owner is responsible for taking steps to control these animals, pests, and diseases on their property. The County cannot perform these control measures. Similarly, the State Division of Wildlife will not be responsible for wildlife on the property or for any damage caused by wildlife; g) Residential sprinkler systems are required in all new residential structures; h) There are wetlands on the property as indicated on the plat. Any disturbance of these wetlands may require a permit from the Army Corps of Engineers who should be contacted prior to any disturbance; I) Radon testing must be conducted on Tracts 2 and 3 and the results submitted to the Planning Department prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy for new residential construction.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Clarke moved that the Board adopt the staff findings and Planning Commission/staff recommendation and approve the Wood Minor Residential Development (#95-EX0761), with the conditions as amended and outlined.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

4. RIVERLAKES ESTATES PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT SIA

DEFAULT (#S-79-90):

This is a request to authorize the County Attorney to proceed with filing a Subdivision Improvements Agreement default action against the developer of Riverlakes Estates Planned Unit Development. Mr. Legg advised the Board that the developer of the Riverlakes Estates PUD has failed to complete the required turning lanes on the State Highway as required in the SIA; he noted that a hearing on this matter was held in January 1995 and at that time the developer indicated these items would be completed during the summer, but to date nothing has been done. Mr. Legg noted that a second concern is the provision of a trail system; however, the homeowner's association is still discussing the advisability of a trail because it would have an impact on several existing homes in the area and a homeowner's meeting is scheduled for tomorrow night to discuss this further. Staff findings are: 1) The developer has failed to comply with the Subdivision Improvement Agreement and the conditions of approval for Riverlakes Estates Planned Unit Development; 2) The lack of turning lanes constitutes a traffic hazard and should be put in place immediately; 3) Numerous attempts have been made by the homeowners association and county staff to resolve these issues with the developer. The staff is recommending that the County Attorney be authorized to proceed with legal action on this SIA default.

Attorney Jim Martell stated that the applicant has been attempting to fulfill the conditions and will continue to act in good faith and try and get the matter resolved. Paul Fennelly, President Riverlakes Estates Homeowner's Association, stated that the road to Hell is paved with good intentions--there has been a lot of talk, but no action; he noted that the lack of a turn lane off 402 onto the State Highway is a hazard to both the residents of Riverlakes Estates and Paradise Acres and he asked the Board to do whatever they can to remedy the situation. Mr. Fennelly expressed appreciation to Mr. Legg for all his hard work and efforts on behalf of the homeowner's association. Vicky Wagner, developer for Riverlakes Estates, addressed the Board noting that Sandy Olson owns the property and four different contracts have been drafted for her to sign, but each time she makes more demands and refuses to sign; Ms. Wagner stated she cannot proceed with meeting the conditions of the SIA until Ms. Olson signs the contract.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board of County Commissioners adopt the staff findings and recommendation and authorize the County Attorney to proceed with filing a Subdivision Improvements Agreement default action against the developer of Riverlakes Estates Planned Unit Development.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

5. DISCUSSION OF HIGHLAND HILLS PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT

3RD FILING

Mr. Legg reminded the Board that when they approved additional units for Highland Hills Planned Unit Development, it was conditional upon a conservation easement being dedicated on property in the corridor owned by the developer, Mr. Barstow. Mr. Legg further noted that at the time the Board approved the additional units, both the Board and the Planning Commission recommended that the conservation easement be jointly owned by the Larimer Land Trust or a land trust and Larimer County. The developer is now ready to receive Final Plat approval and record the Plat and the reason for discussion today is that, with the recent passage of a sales tax for the purpose of acquiring open space and conservation easements, the establishment of a new board to overview the acquisitions, the hiring of Ms. Cameron as Open Space Coordinator, and the length of time it will take to draft and adopt policy for acquiring open space and conservation easements, staff is recommending that the county accept this conservation easement on a temporary basis. Questions and discussion among the Board followed; CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to allow Larimer County to hold the conservation easement on a temporary basis, as requested. Commissioner Duvall thanked Mr. Martell and Mr. Barstow for being the pioneers on the transfer of development rights in Larimer County.

The meeting adjourned at 4:15 p.m.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1996

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

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The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:00 a.m. in regular session with Frank Lancaster, County Administrator. Chair Disney presided; Commissioners Clarke and Duvall were present. Also present were: Carol Block, Director of Finance; Diana Morton, Accounting Supervisor; Rex Smith, Public Works Director; John MacFarlane, Parks Director; Bob Keister, Budget Manager; Jim Stokes, Information Management Director; Russ Legg, Interim Planning Coordinator; and Donna Hart, Assistant to the County Manager. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

1. OPEN SESSION FOR PUBLIC COMMENT: Tom Bender informed the Board that Farm Bureau wrote a letter to the Environmental Advisory Board requesting that there be an inventory of county lands followed by recommendations being made to insure that county lands are properly managed; he has read their recommendations in a document entitled "Management of County Lands" and he is before the Board today to find out if there is going to be a time table and who will be in charge. As the Board has not seen the document referred to, Mr. Lancaster suggested Mr. Bender discuss this with Environment Health Planner Doug Ryan. Much discussion followed.

2. CONSULTANT FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (FMS): Ms. Block submitted a joint proposal from the FMS Team outlining options and a recommendation regarding project management services for implementation of the County's financial management system. Ms. Block reviewed the history of the FMS project, noting it was started in early 1995 with the consulting firm of Deloitte & Touche (D & T) selected to conduct a system needs assessment and alternative analysis. Based on the results of that study, D & T was engaged to guide the County in its RFP development, selection, and vendor negotiation process. As the County is nearing the end of its vendor selection phase and will soon start implementation, D & T proposes to assist the County in this phase by monitoring software/hardware vendor on behalf of the County, assisting the County in re-engineering its business processes, and being responsible for successful FMS implementation; the draft proposal from D & T (Phase I) includes 13 months of support at 1.85 FTE for a total of $530,000. Ms. Block requested Board approval of D & T as the sole source for implementation project management based on the fact that D & T is familiar with the County and its systems, they are experienced, it keeps the project on tract, and it is the safe option because of their good track record. Mr. Keister noted that this amount is included in the 1996 budget. Commissioner Duvall noted she has two major concerns: cost and the argument that the County has a lack of available staff with FMS project management experience; Ms. Block assured Commissioner Duvall that by the end of this project, the County will have trained staff and noted that Ms. Morton is the project manager of the project team and will be intimately involved in the implementation of the FMS. Commissioner Duvall volunteered to be involved in the price negotiations with D & T.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve Deloitte & Touche (D & T) as the sole source for implementation project management and to proceed with the financial management system (FMS) implementation, with services and price to be negotiated.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

3. UPDATE ON PARKS ISSUES: Mr. MacFarlane provided an update on several parks issues and noted that Ann Millard in Finance is the sales tax accountant for the Open Space Tax Initiative; he stated that no revenue from the sales tax is expected until March or April. Mr. MacFarlane informed the Board that Ms. Cameron will begin her new position as Open Space Coordinator on January 8, 1996 and he reviewed the items for which they will be drafting policies and procedures. Mr. MacFarlane reviewed the cooperative projects that have been under consideration during the past two years and informed the Board that the Heinricy project is the last of the immediate and on-going projects they were involved in before the passage of the sales tax; he requested the Board to commit $90,000 for the purchase of this property because the option to purchase it expires the end of January and this commitment will send a clear message that Larimer County is interested in cooperative efforts for land preservation projects. Commissioner Clarke noted he is uncomfortable with committing money before it is collected; Commissioner Duvall stated that because of the partnership with the City of Loveland and the Larimer Land Trust, this is a special project and it is a project in Loveland. Mr. MacFarlane requested authorization from the Board for him to send a letter to the Colorado Division of Parks stating that the Board is supportive of cooperative land preservation projects and committing Larimer County to a maximum of $90,000 for the purchase of the Heinricy property.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board of County Commissioners authorize Mr. MacFarlane to sign the letter addressed to the Colorado Division of Parks committing Larimer County to a maximum of $90,000 for the purchase of the Heinricy project.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

Further discussion ensued regarding the composition of the Open Space Advisory Board and if there should be two separate boards (Parks and the Open Space Advisory Board) or consolidate some of the Parks Board members in the new advisory board. The Board directed Mr. MacFarlane to draft a letter to be sent to the Cities of Fort Collins and Loveland asking for their input regarding this matter and requesting them to advertise for board members to serve on this advisory board.

4. FINAL PLAT APPROVAL FOR HIGHLAND HILLS PUD, 3RD FILING: Mr. Legg requested Board approval and the Chair's signature on the Final Plat for Highland Hills PUD, 3rd Filing, noting this is the filing with the transfer development rights.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Clarke moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Final Plat for Highland Hills PUD, 3rd Filing, and authorize the Chair to sign same.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

5. BOARD REORGANIZATION FOR 1996:

M O T I O N

Commissioner Clarke moved that the Board of County Commissioners appoint Janet Duvall as Chair Pro-Tem for 1996 and authorize her to buy and sell real estate in the absence of the Chair upon approval of the Board.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board of County Commissioners appoint John Clarke as Chair for 1996 and authorize him to buy and sell real estate upon approval by the Board.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

Mr. Lancaster submitted a listing of the Commissioner assignments to the various Boards and Committees which were adopted for 1995 and asked the Board to determine assignments for 1996; the Board reviewed the assignments and made several revisions.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Clarke moved that the Board of County Commissioners confirm the Commissioner assignments to Boards and Committees for 1996, as adopted for 1995, with revisions as discussed.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board of County Commissioners adopt a resolution designating the door to the northernmost entrance to the County Courthouse as the public place for posting notice of Commissioners' meetings.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

R96-01g RESOLUTION DESIGNATING THE PUBLIC PLACE IN WHICH

NOTICE IS POSTED OF MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

6. RESOLUTION OF SUPPORT OF PETE SALG'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO LARIMER COUNTY: As suggested previously by the Board, a resolution was submitted for Board approval expressing appreciation to Pete Salg for his contributions to Larimer County; Commissioner Duvall expressed dissatisfaction with the resolution as she thought the resolution would express appreciation and Board recognition of Mr. Salg's innovative idea of compensation for government takings and givings. Discussion followed and Mr. Lancaster was directed to re-write the resolution.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Clarke moved that the Board table approval of a resolution specifically recognizing Mr. Salg's specific contribution of givings and takings.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

7. RECERTIFICATION OF 1995 MILL LEVY: Mr. Keister requested the Board to re-certify the Certification of Levies and Revenues for 1995 because of a typographical error in the original Certification.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board recertify the 1995 Certification of Levies and Revenues by the Larimer County Commissioners, as requested by Mr. Keister, and authorize the Chair to sign same.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

8. WORKSESSION:

-- Discussion of Agenda Items for Cabinet Worksession: Mr. Lancaster submitted several agenda items for discussion during tomorrow's Cabinet Worksession and asked if the Board had other items to include; several suggestions were offered.

-- Invitations: Ms. Hart reviewed the pending invitations with the Board and they indicated to her which events they will be able to attend.

9. LEGAL MATTERS:

At this time, County Attorney George Hass joined the meeting for Legal Matters.

-- Mr. Hass submitted a counterproposal and contract as amended for the sale of Lot 53, Glacier View Meadows 12th Filing and requested Board approval and the Chair's signature.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Clarke moved that the Board approve the counterproposal and the contract as amended by the counterproposal for Larimer County's sale of Lot 53, Glacier View Meadows, 12th Filing PUD to Nancy Lawton.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

-- Mr. Hass noted he has received a request from the County Attorney in Telluride, CO. for a copy of the Board's "Code of the West"; Mr. Lancaster will send him a draft copy, as it is not yet in final form.

-- Discussion ensued concerning the possible revocation of the vacation of Trilby Road, one mile west of Taft Hill Road. Commissioner Duvall updated her fellow Board members noting that over a year ago the Hidden Springs Homeowner's Association asked that this road be vacated to protect the foothills, and the Board obliged; within six months those same people were bulldozing the side of the mountain. Commissioner Duvall asked Mr. Hass if there was any action the Board could take to nullify the vacation because it was not in the best interests of the citizens of Larimer County to vacate that road; she noted that a letter was sent to the homeowner's association from the Board asking them to rehabilitate and mitigate the eyesore they created, but no action has been taken. Mr. Hass will research this situation further and report back to the Board.

-- Mr. Hass asked if it would be possible to set up a meeting with the Board to discuss individual loitering, noise and demonstration-permit type ordinances for the county and parks; Ms. Hart was requested to work with Mr. Hass to schedule this meeting. Commissioner Duvall asked that a policy regarding sexual harassment for elected officials and employees also be included in the discussion.

10. COMMISSIONER REPORTS:

-- Commissioner Duvall provided an update on two Regional Extension 2000 Planning Committee meetings she attended; she explained that the idea of regionalism is actually decentralization from the CSU Campus to put Extension agents and experts out into the communities and regions rather than keeping them on Campus, and she noted they are keeping local county offices. She was part of a discussion which decided that one of the regional priorities will be the continuation of agricultural economy and to have Extension focus on that priority; Chair Disney stated he would like for them to also explore the idea of the formation of an ag council.

11. DOCUMENT REVIEW:

M O T I O N

Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Minutes for the week of December 25, 1996, as submitted.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Clarke moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Schedule for the week of January 8, 1996, as submitted and revised.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the following documents as listed on the Consent Agenda on Document Review for January 3, 1996:

LIQUOR LICENSES: County approval was granted to Branding Iron Liquors, Inc. - 6% - LaPorte, CO.

A96-01 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND EXTRADITIONS

INTERNATIONAL, INC. (Provision of Transport Services for

Juvenile Detainees and Mental Health Clients)

A96-02 SUBDIVISION IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT RELATING TO

THE DEVELOPMENT OF CONNELL WELLINGTON DOWNS

PIT SPECIAL REVIEW (#95-ZR0643) BETWEEN THE BOARD

OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND CONNELL RESOURCES,

INC.

A96-03 LEASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY

COMMISSIONERS AND THE STATE BOARD OF LAND

COMMISSIONERS (Office Space at 3842 South Mason Street,

Suite #s 103, 105b, 202, and 207)

R96-02s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE PRELIMINARY

PLAN OF BONNELL WEST PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT,

4TH FILING

Motion carried 3 - 0.

The meeting adjourned at 11:35 a.m.

______________________________________

JOHN CLARKE, CHAIR

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

( S E A L )

ATTEST:

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Sherry E. Graves, Deputy County Clerk

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