PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1997
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The Board of County Commissioners met at 2:30 p.m. in regular session with George Hass, County Attorney. Chair Disney presided; Commissioners Clarke and Olson were present. Also present were Jeannine Haag, Assistant County Attorney, and Neil Gluckman, Assistant County Manager.
Mr. Hass updated the Board on welfare reform; he suggested that a meeting be scheduled with Kathy Snell, Director Community Services, to discuss the following two issues: 1) Memorandum of Understanding with the State; and 2) The transition from the merit system to the County's internal personnel system; he noted that the conversion will be July 1, 1998. Chair Disney suggested that a joint worksession be scheduled with the Board and Ms. Snell; Commissioner Clarke concurred with the suggestion of having a worksession if there are policy questions that need to be answered, but he wants the technical issues resolved before the joint worksession is held.
Mr. Hass noted that the Mesa County Board of Commissioners and their attorney are having some of the same questions and issues with the City of Grand Junction that Larimer County is having with the City of Fort Collins regarding fees, etc. Mr. Hass stated that he informed the Mesa County attorney that he has written an opinion on these issues and he asked to see a copy, which Mr. Hass will send to him, if the Board concurs; they concurred with the request.
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 Larry Timm, Director of Planning. Chair Disney presided and Commissioner Clarke and Olson were present. Also present were: Carol Evans, Dan Tasman, and Keith Schuett, Planners II; Jill Bennett, Senior Planner; Dan Kunis, GIS Specialist; Lonnie Sheldon, Project Engineer; Doug Ryan, Environmental Health Planner; Wendell Amos, Chairman Larimer County Planning Commission; and Jeannine Haag, Assistant County Attorney. Recording Clerk, Sherry Graves.
Chair Disney noted that the following are consent items and will not be discussed in detail unless requested by the Commissioners or members of the audience.
1. WINDEMERE ROAD STREET NAME REQUEST (#97-0S01106):
06-04-69 - WEST SIDE OF COUNTY ROAD 23 AND 1/2 MILE NORTH OF
COUNTY ROAD 12; FA-1 FARMING ZONING
This request is to name a previously unnamed road in a 35-acre development. Staff findings include: 1) Naming a previously unnamed road in a 35-acre development "Windemere Road" would benefit the general public, service providers and emergency response agencies; 2) No objections to the naming of this road were raised by utility companies, emergency response agencies, the postal service, and County Health and Engineering Departments. The staff recommendation is for approval of the request to name the previously unnamed road in the 35-acre development "Windemere Road" (said road being the access road running west from County Road 23 approximately 1/2 mile north of County Road 12).
2. LETITIA LAKE SUBDIVISION 2ND FILING AMENDED PLAT OF LOTS
20 AND 21, BLOCK 1 (#97-SA1136): 17-10-73 - EAST SIDE OF RED
FEATHER LAKES, NORTH OF COUNTY ROAD 74E AND 1 1/2 MILES
EAST OF COUNTY ROAD 67J; 0.25 ACRES; O-OPEN ZONING
This is a request for an Amended Plat to combine Lots 20 and 21, Block 1, Letitia Lake 2nd Filing, resulting in one lot of about 11,000 square feet. Staff findings are: 1) Letitia Lake Subdivision 2nd Filing was recorded in 1928; the proposed Amended Plat would combine Lots 20 and 21, Block 1; 2) Utility companies serving the site and the Larimer County Health and Engineering Departments have reviewed the request and stated no objection; 3) Approval of the proposed Amended Plat should not result in any significant negative impacts on surrounding properties, services, transportation or the natural environment. The staff recommendation is for approval of the Amended Plat of Lots 20 and 21, Block 1, Letitia Lake Subdivision 2nd Filing.
3. LEVI ACRES MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT (#97-EX1098):
NW 1/4 - 05-04-69 ON THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF COUNTY ROAD 14
AND COUNTY ROAD 23, FOUR MILES WEST OF CAMPION; 54.56
ACRES; 2 LOTS; FA-1 FARMING ZONING
This is a request for a Minor Residential Development (MRD) to divide a 54.56 acre lot into two lots of 27.71 acres and 27.85 acres for single family residential use. Staff findings include: 1) The proposed Levi Acres MRD is in compliance with the Larimer County Land Use Plan, the Larimer County Zoning Resolution, and the Larimer County Subdivision Resolution; 2) The proposal is compatible with other development in the surrounding area; 3) Approval of the Levi Acres MRD will not result in any significant impacts to neighboring properties, the natural environment, or the provision of services and infrastructure; 4) Property values in the surrounding area would not be adversely affected by the MRD.
The staff recommendation is for approval of the Levi Acres MRD, with the following conditions: 1) The following notes shall be placed on the Final Plat: a) Park, school and offsite road improvement fees will be collected at the time of building permit for new residential structures. The fees collected shall be the current fees at the time of building permit application; b) The Berthoud Fire Prevention Bureau requests that a fire hydrant be located within 500' of any residential structure, 15' from the curb, with no obstructions within 3'. The fire hydrant shall be a 24015 Mueller Improved or an approved equal, and must meet the 1991 UFC requirement of 1000 gpm. If sufficient flow is unavailable, a residential sprinkler system shall be installed; c) This property is limited to agricultural, single-family residential, and related accessory uses permitted in the zoning district. Only one dwelling unit is allowed on a lot; d) Larimer County is not able to mitigate wildlife problems, such as skunks, snakes, prairie dogs, and others. Neither Larimer County nor the State Division of Wildlife is responsible for damage or control of wildlife. Mosquitoes may be a nuisance on this property. Larimer County is not responsible for mosquito abatement; spraying or other control of mosquitoes will be the responsibility of the property owner. There are existing agricultural activities in this area that may produce dust, odors, and noise. Larimer County will not take any action to stop or hinder legal agricultural uses of nearby properties; 2) Engineered footing and foundation plans shall be required for any new construction in the subdivision; 3) Passive radon mitigation measures shall be included in construction of residential structures on these lots. The results of a radon detection test conducted in new dwellings, once the structure is enclosed but prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy, shall be submitted to the Planning Department. As an alternative, a builder may present a prepaid receipt from a radon tester which specifies that a test will be done within 30 days. A permanent Certificate of Occupancy can be issued when the prepaid receipt is submitted.
M O T I O N
Commissioner Clarke moved that the Board of County Commissioners adopt the staff findings and the staff recommendations and approve the Windemere Road Street Name Request (#97-OS1106); Letitia Lake Subdivision 2nd Filing Amended Plat of Lots 20 and 21, Block 1 (#97-SA1136; and the Levi Acres Minor Residential Development (#97-EX1098); each, with the conditions as outlined.
Motion carried 3 - 0.
4. JENSEN BOAT AND RECREATION CENTER CHANGE OF CONDITION:
Mr. Schuett stated that on November 13, 1995, the Board of County Commissioners approved a Preliminary Plan for Jensen Boat and Recreation Center; he noted that condition #16 of the Findings and Resolution states in part: "If development of Lot 1 is not commenced within two (2) years, the County may reconsider or revoke the rezoning action". Mr. Schuett stated that Russell Sanford, Attorney for John Jensen, has requested that this time be extended for an additional six months until May 13, 1998. Mr. Schuett stated that staff is recommending that this modification to the Findings and Resolution be approved and the time extension be granted.
M O T I O N
Commissioner Olson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the six-month time extension, through and including May 13, 1998, for the Jensen Boat and Recreation Center, as requested.
Motion carried 3 - 0.
5. PROPOSED MASTER PLAN (#97-RL1106):
Ms. Bennett updated the Board on the development of the proposed Master Plan, which has been ongoing for quite some time. Ms. Bennett stated that on November 5, 1997, the Commissioners and Planning Commission held a joint hearing to obtain public testimony on the Master Plan; on November 12, 1997, they met again to informally discuss what they heard at the first hearing and some revisions were made. Ms. Bennett stated that, at this time, the Board needs to make a recommendation to the Planning Commission to approve the proposed Master Plan; she noted that under State Law, the Planning Commission has the final authority to adopt a Master Plan and they are scheduled to vote on the Master Plan on Wednesday, November 19, 1997 at 6:30 p.m.
M O T I O N
Commissioner Clarke moved that the Board of County Commissioners recommend adoption of the Proposed Master Plan to the Larimer County Planning Commission, with the following amendments:
In order to clarify the concept of undevelopable land, on page 3-9, replace Principle LU-9 with the following wording:
Land included in the Floodway (FW) Zoning District, and land below the high water mark of existing bodies of water, shall not be used in calculating the allowable number of dwelling units on a given parcel.
Delete Strategy LU-9-s1, which is now included in the Principle LU-9.
Reword Strategy LU-10-s2 to read:
Building envelopes shall not occur in wetlands and natural hazard areas. Natural hazard areas include all slopes greater than 30%, geologic hazard areas classed categories 5, 6, or 7 in mapping available in the Planning Division and 100-year flood plains.
In response to comments from Poudre and Loveland Fire Authorities, on page 4-5, paragraph 4, delete the last sentence: "But while structural sprinkler systems may be effective in saving lives, they are generally less effective in saving structures."
In order to clarify the County's position regarding capital expansion fees and having growth pay its own way, on page 4-11, reword Principle PF-10 to read:
To the extent legally possible and practical, the County shall use capital expansion fees to help fund facilities.
Reword Strategy PF-10-s1 to read:
A public participation process will be instituted to determine the feasibility, legality and fairness of increasing existing fees where necessary, and enacting new fees where/when needed.
In order to clarify County programs to implement the Master Plan, in the Action Plan in Chapter 7, make the following changes:
Item 2, reword to read "Develop a capital expansion fees (CEFs) program for public facilities impacted by growth and development, including consideration of CEFs for non-County facilities established via Intergovernmental Agreements, and also including a public process."
Item 4, reword to read "Develop/amend/revise Intergovernmental Agreements with Municipalities including a clear annexation policy and defined Growth Management Areas (GMAs), and other planning areas as appropriate, and also including agreed-upon urban standards for GMAs compatible with those of the municipalities."
Item 8, concerning creation of a voluntary agricultural district, under Partners replace Extension with the Agricultural Advisory Board.
Item 10a, reword to read "Develop Phase I of an Environment Protection System focusing on wetlands, wildlife, air quality and water quality, including development of performance standards and criteria to be included in the Land Use Code, and on-going monitoring and evaluation during and after development. This project will require assistance from outside experts."
Item 10b, reword to read "Develop Phase II of an Environmental protection System focusing on identifying and developing appropriate protection strategies for archaeological, cultural and aesthetic resources, including ridge lines."
Item 10c: delete, as it is now included in Item 10a.
Item 10d: change Start Year to 2000.
Add Item 23, to read: "Larimer County will participate in the proposed study of the costs and benefits of growth, to be coordinated by the Northern Colorado Regional Cities and Counties."
Add Item 24 to read: "Larimer County will continue to be an active participant in regional planning organizations dealing with land use, open space protection, transportation and air and water quality."
Under discussion of the motion, Commissioner Clarke reviewed some of the things that have occurred since work began on the Partnership Land Use System (PLUS); he presented a two-foot stack of documents, which included existing regulations, codes, plans, reports from the four Symposia that were held, written reports, hundreds of comments from citizens, etc., and he noted that each and everyone of those comments have been addressed. Commissioner Olson expressed appreciation to everyone who was involved in this process. Chair Disney stated that when he became Commissioner five years ago, the questioning of the viability and functionality of Larimer County's land use system commenced; he noted that the new system still is not perfect, and they will continue to work on it and make amendments. He also thanked the citizens who worked so hard on this proposed Master Plan.
Motion carried 3 - 0.
The hearing adjourned at 3:20 p.m.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1997
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The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:00 a.m. in regular session with Frank Lancaster, County Manager. Chair Disney presided and Commissioners Clarke and Olson were present. Also present were: Jerry White, Right-of-Way Agent; Ginny Riley, Ann Keire, Doreen Scott from Community Services; Larry Neal, President Child Care Association; Linda Fellion from the Women's Center Child Care; Steve Miller, Larimer County Assessor; Ron Kerr, Deputy Assessor; Bobby Dorris, Assessor's Administrative Assistant; Bob Keister, Budget Manager; Marc Engemoen, County Engineer; Bill Heiden, Director Road & Bridge; Donna Hart, Commissioner's Office Staff Services Manager; Deni LaRue, Community Information Officer. Recording Clerk, Sherry Graves
1. OPEN SESSION FOR PUBLIC COMMENT: The following persons addressed the Board during the open session for public comment: Steve Teichner, Duane Cable, and Rosemary Van Gorder. Mr. Teichner and Mr. Cable requested the Board to allow construction of a solid 6 ft. cedar fence by their mother's house on Waterdale Drive; Mr. Teichner reviewed the location of the site and provided the background of the situation leading up to this request. Mr. Teichner stated that this is a unique and beautiful site and people trespass on private property and ignore the seven posted "No Trespassing" and "No Parking" signs; he noted that the people are belligerent and aggressive and there has been vandalism on her property. Mr. Teichner stated that they would like to erect this fence to create a barrier that would eliminate most people from entering the property and to provide safety, security and well-being for their Mother. Mr. Teichner stated they looked into getting a permit for the fence but were told by several fence companies that they didn't need a permit; they then proceeded to put up the fence and then were informed by Ron Jordan of the Road & Bridge Department that they cannot erect the fence. They stopped the work and contacted Mr. White; after the County Engineer visited the site, he said he would allow a chain link fence six feet from the edge of the road, but it could not be solid because of public safety. Mr. White submitted pictures of the site and stated there has been a lot of discussion on this matter and it was determined that the fence is within the right-of-way and immediately adjacent to the travel portion of the road; he continued that under State Law you can't have any type of obstruction within the right-of-way and, there would be a problem with site distance when coming out of the driveway, and the road supervisor is concerned about damage to the fence because the snow plow will hit it on a regular basis. Mr. White stated that they do respect the problem and they know it is getting worse; however, they are concerned about creating a health and safety issue as they solve their problem. After much discussion, the Board decided to take this matter under advisement until they have had an opportunity to discuss this issue with the County Attorney and then contact Mr. Teichner and Mr. Cable with their decision.
Rosemary VanGorder stated that she and her husband have been foster parents for Larimer County for less than a year and she has three issues and concerns to suggest and discuss with the Board; those issues are: 1) Training for foster parents needs to be more inclusive as many of the children have problems and need placement in therapeutic homes with people that have had more experience and additional training for detachment disorder, etc.; 2) Lack of respite care - it is up to the foster family to find their own respite care; 3) Lack of therapeutic homes for kids that need to go to them. Ms. VanGorder noted that they got a 5-year old boy, which she loves dearly, but he has turned their house upside down; she described the events and crisis they have had with this boy. After a lengthy search, a therapeutic home was found for him; however, what she is seeing is custodial care, not therapeutic care. Ms. VanGorder continued that, after being placed in the therapeutic home, this boy did not see his case worker for two weeks and he has not gone to his therapist, and she has been told to not be involved; she stated that she would like to be a special respondent because she loves this little boy and the transition has been very difficult for him. Commissioner Clarke stated that a meeting was held last week with foster parents and they are in the process of taking a look at these issues; he assured Ms. VanGorder that these are tough issues to resolve, but they are not going to give up because foster parents are extremely important. Commissioner Clarke stated that they are working on bringing together staff and the foster parents to try and improve communication, training, elimination of distrust, etc.; Ms. VanGorder was advised that Mr. Gluckman is working on this issue as facilitator and will assist her with her concern for this little boy.
2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES FOR WEEK OF NOVEMBER 10, 1997 AND APPROVAL OF MINUTES FOR THE JOINT MEETINGS WITH THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE PLANNING COMMISSION ON NOVEMBER 5 AND NOVEMBER 12, 1997:
M O T I O N
Commissioner Clarke moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Minutes for the week of November 10, 1997 and the Minutes of the joint hearings of the Larimer County Board of Commissioners and the Planning Commission regarding the Master Plan on November 5 and November 12, 1997, as submitted.
Motion carried 3 - 0.
3. APPROVAL OF SCHEDULE FOR WEEK OF NOVEMBER 24, 1997:
M O T I O N
Commissioner Olson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Schedule for the week of November 24, 1997, as submitted and amended.
Motion carried 3 - 0.
4. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA:
M O T I O N
Commissioner Clarke moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the following documents as listed on the Consent Agenda on Document Review for November 18, 1997:
PETITIONS FOR ABATEMENT were approved for the following, as recommended by the County Assessor: Rex Oil Company; L & L Equip Cleaners; David Cooper; Toyota Motor Credit Corp.; Willard & Judith Gudgel; Bruce & Julie Specht; Kerry & Carol Abelson; Colbert & Jacqueline Cushing; David & Kenna Dunlay; Paragon Point Partners; Berthoud National Bank; Anna Lee Scruggs; Robert & Linda Janda; Rossi Homes, Inc.; David & Diane Caddell; Joan Baker; and Fisher & Beverly Roberts.
MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTS: Office on Aging 1998 Area Plan Update; and Appointment of Deputy, with Oath Form, for Diane Zuger in District Attorney's Office. LIQUOR LICENSES: County approval was granted to: Waive of Hearing for Change of Ownership for Windjammer Lounge - 6% - Loveland, CO. and Indian Meadows Resort - 6% - Bellvue, CO.; and renewal of license for Mexican Inn Restaurant - 6% - Loveland, CO. A license was granted to the Fort Collins Country Club - 6% - Fort Collins, CO.
C97-56 CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS AND THE STATE OF COLORADO (Poudre River
Regional Wastewater Study)
R97-161s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE DIXON COVE
ESTATES PRELIMINARY RURAL LAND PLAN
R97-162z SPECIAL REVIEW FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION DENYING THE
PETITION OF SCI COLORADO FUNERAL SERVICES
R97-163s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING AN AMENDED PLAT
AND VACATION OF UTILITY EASEMENT IN CRYSTAL LAKES,
1ST FILING LOTS 89 & 91
R97-164s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING STREET NAME
CHANGE IN HIGH DRIVE HEIGHTS TO TANAGER ROAD
R97-165s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SYLVAN DALE
RANCH PRELIMINARY RURAL LAND PLAN
R97-166s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION DENYING THE MASTER PLAN OF
KAUFFMAN PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT
R97-167s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE NEWMAN
R97-168g FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION AMENDING THE NATURAL
HAZARD AREA REGULATION AND THE WATER, SEWER AND
FIRE SAFETY STANDARDS AND PROCEDURES MANUAL
R97-169z SPECIAL REVIEW FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING
THE PETITION OF U. S. WEST WIRELESS/HICKS
R97-170s RESOLUTION REGARDING THE RELEASE OF COLLATERAL
FOR THE SAULCY MRD
R97-171s RESOLUTION REGARDING THE RELEASE OF COLLATERAL
FOR CRYSTAL VIEW SECOND SUBDIVISION
R97-172g RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING A TELEPHONE EXCHANGE
ACCESS FACILITY CHARGE FOR THE LARIMER EMERGENCY
Motion carried 3 - 0.
5. ADJUSTMENT TO DAY CARE PROVIDER REIMBURSEMENT RATE: Ms. Riley stated that their recommendation and request to the Board today is for approval to increase provider reimbursement rates for the Child Care Assistance Program; she noted that until now, the State Department of Human Services set rates based on statewide market values along with budgetary allowances. Ms. Riley stated that now the child care programs have a block grant and Larimer County has been block granted $2.8 million for fiscal year July 1, 1997 through June 30, 1998 and dollars not spent will go back to the State department or to another County needing the money. Ms. Scott stated that a Task Force of 12 members was created to make reimbursement increase recommendations and they recommended raising the rates to market level; however, after considerable amount of thought and calculations, and because of budgetary limitations, the recommendations before the Board today are still under the market rate by $2. Ms. Riley stated that this will be an evolving process and they want to evaluate their expenses at the end of every quarter and eventually go to market rate. Much discussion followed.
M O T I O N
Commissioner Olson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the day care provider reimbursement rates, as listed in the handout submitted to the Board, to be implemented January 1, 1998.
Motion carried 3 - 0.
6. DISCUSSION OF ASSESSOR'S 1997 SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET REQUEST: Mr. Miller submitted and reviewed additional budget revisions for the Assessor's Office for 1997, which have been reduced from the original $103,000 net shortfall down to net $38,285; he noted that he was able to make these reductions by delaying some duties, such as mailing out the personal property declarations in 1998 rather than in 1997. Mr. Lancaster also noted that in 1998 the Assessor's Office will incur less personnel costs in overtime because it is not a reappraisal year, so there should not be a problem taking the $38,285 out of the 1998 budget. Much discussion followed. Mr. Keister explained that the operating budget for 1997 was $211,438 and for 1998, the Assessor has requested $302,609, which will be reduced by $38,285. Mr. Lancaster advised the Board that today they need to make a decision on the $38,285 as a supplemental to the Assessor's budget for 1997 and then at a future time, the Board will discuss the 1998 budget.
M O T I O N
Commissioner Olson moved that the Board approve the supplemental budget request of $38,285 for the Assessor's 1997 budget and revise the 1997 budget to cover same to be derived from reserves, net of the $45,000 revenue.
Motion carried 3 - 0.
7. DISCUSSION OF REQUEST FROM CRYSTAL LAKES TO MAINTAIN ROADS: Mr. Lancaster noted that the Board has received correspondence from many of the Crystal Lakes residents requesting Larimer County to assume responsibility for snow removal on that part of County Road 180 which traverses through part of Crystal Lakes; or, for Larimer County issue a permit to the Crystal Lakes Road and Recreation Association to allow them to perform snow removal operations on this portion of CR 180. Mr. Heiden informed the Board that Larimer County has always performed snow removal just to the entrance of Crystal Lakes; he stated he has no problem with them getting a permit so they could plow that road, and he suggested that the fees be waived because we don't have the resources to extend our services. After discussion, the Board decided that they will give the permit and, in the spirit of cooperation, waive the fee.
M O T I O N
Commissioner Olson moved that the Board of County Commissioners issue a permit to the Crystal Lakes Road and Recreation Association and waive the fee for the permit; the length of the permit is for one mile of road on CR 180, which traverses through part of Crystal Lakes, and expiration of the permit will be June 30, 1998.
At this time Commissioner Olson left the meeting.
-- Director of Public Works Director Position: Mr. Lancaster announced to the Board that the position of Director of Public Works was officially offered to Marc Engemoen and he has accepted the position. Mr. Engemoen stated he appreciates the Board's confidence in providing this opportunity for him. It was suggested that monthly Public Works standing meetings be scheduled for awhile with the Board.
M O T I O N
Commissioner Clarke moved that the Board of County Commissioners appoint Marc Engemoen to the position of Director of Public Works at a salary of $72,000, effective December 1, 1997.
Motion carried 2 - 0.
-- "Right-to-Farm" Ordinance: Mr. Lancaster stated he sent the Commissioners an E-Mail regarding the "Right-to-Farm" Ordinance which the Ag Task Force put together; he noted they have requested having a public hearing on the Ordinance but he suggested that possibly the Board should meet with the Task Force and discuss it first. Mr. Lancaster also suggested that the County Attorneys review it and discuss it internally before the public hearing; the Board concurred with the suggestion. Mr. Lancaster will schedule this meeting as soon as possible and noted also that budget impacts need to be discussed.
-- Invitations: Ms. Hart reviewed the pending invitations with the Board and they indicated to her which events they could attend.
9. COMMISSIONER REPORTS:
-- Commissioner Clarke reported that he is continuing to work on the foster care issue.
The meeting adjourned at 11:15 a.m.
JIM DISNEY, CHAIR LARIMER COUNTY
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
MYRNA J. RODENBERGER, LARIMER
COUNTY CLERK & RECORDER
( S E A L )
Sherry E. Graves, Deputy County Clerk