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PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

Monday, JUNE 18, 2001

LAND USE MEETING

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The Board of County Commissioners met with Rob Helmick, Senior Planner at 3:00 p.m.; Chair Rennels presided and Commissioners Bender and Gibson were present. Also present were Dave Shirk, Estes Park Planner; Doug Ryan, Environmental Planner; Al Kadera, Planner II; Sean Wheeler, Planner II; Ed Woodward, Engineering Technician; Rex Burns, Project Engineer; Jeannine Haag, Assistant County Attorney; and Gael Cookman, Recording Clerk.

Chair Rennels stated that the following items are consent and will not be discussed unless requested by the Board, Staff, or members of the audience.

1. HORSE CREEK RANCH PRELIMINARY PLAT

This is a request to subdivide a 42-acre tract into three (3) buildable lots. Staff/Planning Commission recommendation is for approval of the proposed Preliminary Plat of the Horse Creek Subdivision conditional to submittal of a revised Preliminary Plat incorporating the following: 1. Removal of the note referencing zoning. 2. Dedication of a utility easement for the existing power line along the west property line. 3. Placement of the following note on the plat: "The site is located within an identified wildfire hazard. Wildfire mitigation in cooperation with the Larimer County Wildfire Coordinator is required prior to issuance of a building permit." 4. Placement of identified wetlands in non-platted areas. 5. Evidence of petition for inclusion within the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District. 6. Confirmation that a well permit has been issued by the Colorado Division of Water Resources for Lot 2. 7. A utility plan detailing the extension of the water line, as approved by Town of Estes Park Public Works. 8. Submittal of a driveway profile for Lot 2 identifying a grade of 12% or less. 9. With the submittal of the Final Plat, a Subdivision Improvement Guarantee including the following shall be submitted: water line (as per public works approval), fire protection (as per Fire Chief recommendation), and culvert installation (as per Larimer County standards).

  1. LETITIA LAKE LOT 1A BLOCK 6 EASEMENT VACATION # 01-S1785
  2. This is a request to vacate the north five feet of a ten-foot easement. A previous amended plat dedicated a ten-foot easement where it should have been a five-foot easement along the property line. Staff recommendation is for approval of the vacation of the north five of a ten-foot easement along the south line of Lot 1A of the Amended Plat of Lots 1 and 15, Block 6, Letitia Lake Subdivision.

  3. SCHOFIELD ROAD STREET NAME CHANGE # 01-S1780

This is a request to change a portion of Schofield Road to Shale Ridge Road. Staff recommendation is for approval of the proposed road name change for a portion of Schofield Road to be known as Shale Ridge Road.

  1. GUTIERREZ SUBDIVISION LOT 8 AMENDED PLAT # 01-S1768
  2. This is a request to add 30 acres to Lot 8 of the Gutierrez Subdivision Plat. Staff recommendation is for approval of the amended plat of Lot 8, Gutierrez Subdivision with the following conditions: 1. The amended plat is specifically conditioned on the final approval and recording of the Gutierrez Subdivision Final Plat. 2. The Final Plat shall be recorded by January 31, 2002 or this approval shall be null and void.

  3. WOODY CREEK SUBDIVISION LOTS 4 & 5 AMENDED PLAT # 01-S1771
  4. This is a request to amend the plat of Lots 4A & 5A of the Woody Creek Subdivision to adjust the existing boundary line, and allow access to a new garage on Lot 5A. Staff recommendation is for approval of the amended plat of Lots 4A & 5A in the Woody Creek Subdivision as contained in Planning Department File #01-S1771.

    M O T I O N

    Commissioner Gibson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Horse Creek Ranch Preliminary Plat; Letitia Lake Lot 1A Block 6 Easement Vacation #01-S1785; Schofield Road Street Name Change #01-S1780; Gutierrez Subdivision Lot 8 Amended Plat # 01-S1768; Woody Creek Subdivision Lots 4 & 5 Amended Plat # 01-S1771 as outlined above.

    Motion carried 3 - 0.

  5. HERON LAKE RV PARK SEWER LINE FLOOD PLAIN SPECIAL REVIEW
  6. Mr. Burns addressed the Board and presented background with regard to the Heron Lake RV Park sewer line. He noted that the sewer line would cross the Poudre River on the west side of the bridge coming from the south, and that the line is in the County's right-of-way. Mr. Burns stated that it would be gravity fed sewer system that would be secured close to the surface in a fairly shallow manner. Mr. Burns explained that staff is recommending conditional approval with the qualification that a final design and report with a professional engineers stamp and signature be submitted to the Engineering Department prior to any commencement of construction.

    Commissioner Gibson asked if the line will be in the riverbed and if the County would be responsible if damage to the line occurred due to flooding. Mr. Burns explained that the line would be in the riverbed, but that the City of Fort Collins would be annexing this sewer line and would be responsible should a flood or other damage occur to the line. Commissioner Gibson asked if the City of Fort Collins had accepted this design, and Mr. Burns stated that he was not sure of where the City of Fort Collins stood on this project.

    Miriam Flood, Developer of the Heron Lake RV Park, addressed the Board. Ms. Flood stated that she was concerned with the conditional approval recommendation since she felt they had already complied with the submittal of the design and report from their professional engineer. Chair Rennels explained that it is not considered a final report since the exact location of the sewer line has not been established yet. Mr. Woodward responded that the County Engineering Department requested the condition so that they could look at the final alignment before giving final approval. Ms. Flood stated that they have been working very closely with the City of Fort Collins, and stated that they have had to re-design some of the project to meet the City's requirements. She noted that the City of Fort Collins had issued a letter of intent to accept the sewer line after it is installed and they have inspected it to insure that it meets City standards. Commissioner Gibson asked if the applicant was aware that he would be responsible to move the line if the bridge ever interfered with it and Ms. Flood responded that yes, the applicant was aware of this.

    At this time Chair Rennels opened the meeting up for public comment. There being no citizens interested in addressing the Board, Chair Rennels closed public comment and moved into the discussion phase of the meeting. Mr. Woodward noted that this is a project within Larimer County and within a Larimer County right-of-way and the County has jurisdiction over the project; he also noted that since the City is going to inherit the sewer line, more interaction with the City needs to occur. Ms. Haag agreed that it is very important to keep the City involved because the only way the County will allow this project to move forward is on the condition that the City takes possession of the sewer line immediately after construction. Ms. Haag was also concerned with the fact that an exact location for the sewer line has yet to be established. Mr. Burns suggested adding a signature line on the plans for the City to sign off on as well. Ms. Flood noted that the City already has the exact same copy of the plans that were submitted to the County.

    M O T I O N

    Commissioner Bender moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Heron Lake RV Park Sewer Line Flood Plain Special Review with the following conditions: 1. That a final design and report with a professional engineers stamp and signature be submitted to the County Engineering Department prior to any commencement of construction. 2. The City of Fort Collins must also approve of the final design and report. 3. Both the City of Fort Collins and Larimer County must approve the location of the sewer line prior to any commencement of construction

    Motion carried 3 - 0.

    Meeting adjourned at 3:45 p.m.

     

    TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 2001

    ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

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    The Board of County Commissioners met with Neil Gluckman, Assistant County Manager at 9:00 a.m.; Chair Rennels presided and Commissioners Bender and Gibson were present. Also present were: Rob Helmick, Senior Planner; Tom Garton, Chief Building Inspector; Keith Schuett, Planner II; Ralph Jacobs, Human Resources Director; Gary Buffington, Parks Director; Ed Rutherford, Human Services Business Administrative Manager; Loren Schall, Assistant District Attorney; Donna Keirns, Human Resources Specialist; Jeannine Haag, Assistant County Attorney; Bryan Treu, Assistant County Attorney; Bob Keister, Budget Manager; Donna Hart, Commissioner's Administrative Manager; Deni La Rue, Community Information Officer; and Gael Cookman, Recording Clerk.

    1. PUBLIC COMMENT: The Board is available public comment from 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.

    2. PRESENTATION FROM GREELEY INDEPENDENCE STAMPEDE: Rob Reed and Glen Cassidy presented the Board with a Proclamation thanking them for being good neighbors and for their continual support of the Greeley Stampede. Mr. Cassidy read the Proclamation aloud and then presented the Board with complimentary one-day tickets to the event.

    3. APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 4, 2001:

    M O T I O N

    Commissioner Gibson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Minutes for the week of June 4, 2001.

    Motion carried 3-0.

    4. APPROVAL OF THE SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 25, 2001:

    M O T I O N

    Commissioner Bender moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Schedule for the week of June 25, 2001

    Motion carried 3-0.

    5. CONSENT AGENDA:

    M O T I O N

    Commissioner Gibson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the following items as listed on the Consent Agenda for June 19, 2001:

    Action Items: Appointment of Deputy District Attorney Thomas L. Lynch; Appointment of Deputy District Attorney Jennifer E. Lee.

    Abatements: C&M Enterprises; Earl & Joanne Digman, Lynn & Catherine Storton.

    A01-86 GRANT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE STATE OF COLORADO, ACTING BY AND THROUGH THE COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT (Appropriates Funding for Employment Programs)

    A01-87 TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT AGREEMENT BY AND AMONG THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE CITY OF FORT COLLINS (Acquire Easement for Fort Collins Road Project)

    A01-88 AGREEMENT CONCERNING ROAD IMPROVEMENTS ON COUNTY ROAD 17 BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND MARILYN SIMS

    A01-89 AGREEMENT CONCERNING ROAD IMPROVEMENTS ON COUNTY ROAD 17 BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND MARK ALAN FRANDSON

    A01-90 DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT FOR GUTIERREZ SUBDIVISION BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND JUAN J. GUTIERREZ AND PENELOPE A. SPERRY

    C01-31 SUPPLEMENTAL CONSULTANT CONTRACT BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND LORIS AND ASSOCIATES OF BOULDER (Additional Hydraulic Analysis for Presentation to Flood Review Board)

    R01-84s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE WHALEY CONSERVATION DEVELOPMENT

    R01-85s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE EXTENSION OF PRELIMINARY PLAT OF EAGLE RIDGE ESTATES PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT

    R01-86z FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE PETITION OF THE PRATT SUBDIVISION REZONING

    R01-87s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE PRATT SUBDIVISION FINAL PLAT AND EXTENSION TO PRIVATE DRIVE STANDARDS

    R01-88s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION DENYING THE VACATION OF WELL EASEMENT IN ESLICK RANCH MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

    R01-89g FINDINDS AND RESOLUTION DENYING THE VACATION OF A RIGHT-OF-WAY IN THE RIVIERA ESTATES

    R01-90g RESOLUTION ORDERING A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER PETITIONS FOR A PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT

    R01-91g RESOLUTION FOR EXPENDITURE OF MATCHING SHARE OF ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR STATE HIGHWAY PROJECT STE C060-032, LCR 17S/O TRILBY

    R01-92s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE DIAMOND FARMS REVISED RURAL LAND PLAN

    R01-93s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE FORT FUN MINOR LAND DIVISION

    R01-94s RESOLUTION REGARDING RELEASE OF WARRANTY COLLATERAL FOR CINDY LANE ESTATES

    R01-95s RESOLUTION REGARDING RELEASE OF WARRANTY COLLATERAL FOR NEWMAN SUBDIVISION

    MISCELLANEOUS: Amended Plat Lot 4 & a Portion of the Common Properties of Fox Acres Country Club 4th Filing and a Portion of the Common Properties of Fox Acres Country Club 2nd Filing; Webster Minor Land Division, 01-51796; Gutierrez Subdivision Final Plat; Westchase Planned Unit Development Ratification of Final Plat.

    LIQUOR LICENSES: The following licenses were approved: State Board of Agriculture for the Colorado State University Special Events Permit - 3.2%- Fort Collins, CO; Gateway Liquors Inc. - 6%- Loveland, CO; Zippy's Liquor Inc.- 6%- Fort Collins, CO; Rocky Mountain Gateway #1 - 6% - Estes Park, CO; Rocky Mountain Gateway #2 - 3.2% - Estes Park, CO. The following licenses were issued: Villa Tatra, Inc. - 6% - Lyons, CO; HTO, Inc. dba Hilltop Outpost - 3.2% - Red Feather Lakes, CO; Sandy's Convenience Store - 3.2% - Loveland, CO.

    Motion carried 3 - 0.

    6. WAIVER OF PERSONNEL POLICY: Mr. Jacobs and Mr. Buffington addressed the Board requesting a waiver of Personnel Policy that would allow the Parks Department to transfer an existing employee from temporary status to regular status, with a limited term of employment. Mr. Buffington noted that this is a specialized position and the current temporary employee is a member of the trail crew and is well qualified. He also explained that the employee has committed to holding this position for at least one more year. Mr. Jacobs noted that he supports this waiver of personnel policy.

    M O T I O N

    Commissioner Bender moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the waiver of policy and allow the transfer of an existing employee from temporary status to regular status, with a limited term of employment agreement subject to continued availability of funding.

    Motion carried 3 - 0.

  7. REQUEST FROM RETIREMENT BOARD TO MODIFY COUNTY RETIREMENT: Mr. Rutherford, Mr. Schall, and Ms. Keirns as members of the County Retirement Board requested Board approval on the following two items: 1. To condense the number of years towards the mandatory contribution percentage in the contribution schedule. 2. To decrease the time period in which employees begin participation from 1 year to 6 months. Mr. Rutherford explained that currently at 5 years of employment an employee must contribute 4% to the retirement fund, along with the County 4% matching contribution; at 10 years of employment an employee must contribute 5%, along with the County matching 5%; and at 15 years the employee contributions are 6% with a 6% match from the County. Mr. Rutherford noted that the proposed change would mean that at the 5 year mark an employee would contribute 4% with a County match of 4%; at the 6 year mark an employee would contribute 5% with a County match of 5%; and at the 7 year mark an employee would contribute 6% with a County match of 6%. Mr. Rutherford explained that the second proposal would just decrease the time frame for which an employee must wait to begin participation in the retirement plan from 1 year to six months. Mr. Rutherford noted that the Retirement Board is proposing these changes in order to attract new employees and retain employees, and also to bring Larimer County more in line with what other Front Range Counties are offering their employees. Finally, Mr. Rutherford stated that the Retirement Board is requesting these two proposals be implemented on July 1, 2001. Chair Rennels asked Mr. Keister if the budget would allow for implementation of this proposal on July 1, 2001. Mr. Keister stated that in order for this to be accomplished in 2001, the County would have to dip into the fund balance - funds that have already been dedicated to construction of the new county building. Mr. Keister noted that this proposal would be best to consider during the annual budget process, and implemented in the 2002 budget instead of July 2001. Chair Rennels asked Mr. Rutherford if they would be able to work with Mr. Keister and postpone implementation of this proposal until 2002. Mr. Rutherford agreed to work with Mr. Keister and submit this proposal for consideration in the 2002 budget.
  8. APPROVAL OF SALE OF PROPERTY AT 419 W. MOUNTAIN AVENUE: Mr. Gluckman informed the Board that an offer had been made and a counter offer has been proposed pertaining to the sale of a County owned building at 419 W. Mountain Avenue. Mr. Gluckman requested approval on the sale of this property.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Gibson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the sale of the County property located at 419 W. Mountain Avenue.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

9. WORKSESSION:

Mr. Gluckman noted that in the past the County has presented local legislators with a small gift as a little "token of appreciation" thanking them for their service and dedication to Larimer County; he asked if the current Board would like to continue this practice. Consensus of the Board was to continue this practice.

Ms. Keaton from the morning's public comment returned, and the Board took the following action:

M O T I O N

Commissioner Gibson moved that the Board of County Commissioners waive the Board of Adjustment fees for Loretta Keaton, minus publication fees, and extend the Board of Adjustment application deadline for Ms. Keaton to June 21, 2001.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

Ms. Tremblay requested Board approval on a waiver of Personnel Policy in order to allow a former employee to return to his vacated position at his previous salary and allow him to have the same leave accrual rate as the time he resigned. Ms. Tremblay noted that she has had difficulty filling this position due to salary expectations, and the former employee had called to explore the possibility of returning to this position with Larimer County. Ms. Tremblay noted that this would cause no hardship on her budget, as his previous salary was already accounted for in this years budget, and that bringing a trained employee back on staff would benefit Larimer County as a whole.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Bender moved that the Board of County Commissioners authorize the waiver of Personnel Policy and approve the salary of Grade 162, Step 13 for Scott Weede, and approve a waiver of Chapter 6 which will allow Mr. Weede to resume his previous leave accrual rate as of the time he resigned.

Motion carried 3-0.

10. COMMISSIONER REPORTS: The Board discussed their attendance at the recent annual CCI Conference, which was held in Vail, Colorado. Chair Rennels noted a suggestion was made that Executive Sessions be held prior to the opening of regular meetings so that the Press did not have to sit and wait to see if there was any action taken; she asked the Press present at the meeting if they would prefer this. They responded that they would rather be present when the Board made the motion to go into Executive Session, even though it meant that they would have to wait until it was over to determine if any action was taken. Commissioner Bender also noted that he attended the Commencement Exercises at Frontier High School and was very impressed with the accomplishments of these students.

11. LEGAL MATTERS:

Ms. Haag stated the need to go into Executive Session to discuss potential litigation.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Gibson moved that the Board of County Commissioners go into Executive Session to discuss pending litigation.

Motion carried 3- 0.

The meeting adjourned at 11:05, no further action taken.

 

PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER FORMATION OF SADDLEBACK AND SOLAR RIDGE PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS

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The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 7:00 p.m. to consider formation of the Saddleback and Solar Ridge Public Improvement Districts. Chair Rennels presided and Commissioner Bender was present. Also present were: Rex Burns, Project Engineer; Linda Sanders, Engineering Staff Services Manager; Traci Downs, Civil Engineer; and Gael Cookman, Recording Clerk.

Chair Rennels asked Mr. Burns to give the staff report on the consideration to form Public Improvement Districts for the Saddleback and Solar Ridge Subdivisions. Mr. Burns noted the history between the two subdivisions. In short, Saddleback was established in the 1970's, and Solar Ridge was established in the 1990's. The Solar Ridge residents must use Stonecrest Drive to access their subdivision. Stonecrest Drive belongs to the Saddleback subdivision. The residents of the Saddleback subdivision were not happy with all of the new traffic and speeding that was taking place along Stonecrest Drive so they decided to install speed bumps to slow the traffic down. As it turned out the speed bumps were non-conforming and the County told the Saddleback Home Owners Association to remove the speed bumps and replace them with speed humps if the neighborhood still wanted to use traffic calming devices on this road. Mr. Burns noted that the creation of the two Public Improvement Districts would assist in the maintenance of Stonecrest Drive, would help pay for removal of the speed bumps and installation of the speed humps, and would help with the eventual replacement of a cul-de-sac and North Ridge Court. Mr. Burns explained that the Public Improvement Districts are taxing districts to fund and pay for public improvements. He further explained that in order to get these items on the ballot at least 60% of the residents affected must sign a petition agreeing to the formation of the Public Improvement District. Ms. Sanders noted that 83.7% of the residents in the Saddleback Subdivision signed in favor of forming the Public Improvement District and 73.8% of the residents in the Solar Ridge Subdivision signed in favor of forming the Public Improvement District. Ms. Downs explained the policy for installing traffic calming devices, and presented some pictures for the Board on the different types of humps that could be installed in the neighborhood. Ms. Downs also noted that a speed study was conducted in the neighborhood and the study revealed that the 30 MPH speed limit that had been posted in that neighborhood was in fact to high. Consequently, 20-MPH signs can now be posted within this neighborhood and the 20-MPH speed can be legally enforced. Ms. Downs stated that the speed humps would also be designed and constructed as 20 MPH humps. Ms. Sanders noted that she had received two letters from residents in the neighborhood and she read these two letters aloud for the record.

At this time Chair Rennels opened the meeting up for public comment. Kathy Monier, Secretary for the Saddleback HOA, addressed the Board noting that she has worked closely with both HOA's and Larimer County and she stated that the formation of the two Public Improvement Districts will be a fair and just way to correct the problems and issues with the roads. Gerald Gates, Head of the Road Committee, noted that his goal in participating in this committee was to foster peace in the neighborhoods, he stated that he also supports the formation of the Public Improvement Districts. Craig Farver, neighborhood resident, addressed the Board and stated that he did not believe the speed humps are going to be as effective as the speed bumps. He explained that he is in favor of the Public Improvement Districts, but he is afraid that the real problem of drainage in the area will not be addressed. Mr. Farver noted that unless the drainage problem is fixed, then they would just be throwing good money away. Mr. Farver also stated that he would rather just pay for the improvements on a one-time basis, as he is not interested in paying on it for 20 plus years. Jerry Simmons, neighborhood resident, stated that he did not sign the petition because he objects to the way the mill levy is going to be assessed. Mr. Simmons stated that the mill levy should not be based on the value of the home, but rather it should be equally divided among the number of houses. Jerry Runta, neighborhood resident, noted his support for the Public Improvement Districts and feels it is a solution that will work. Gordon Murdoff, neighborhood resident, stated that when the Saddleback Subdivision was built, it was built to the design specifications of the time. He stated that trying to install curb and gutter for drainage at this point would be cost prohibitive. Jim Keeton, Vice President of Saddleback HOA, stated that they are looking for a long-term solution and he believes that the Public Improvement Districts are a good solution and will work for all. Mr. Farver again noted that he did not want to just "band-aid" the problem, and reiterated the need to fix the drainage problems. Spencer Weaver, President of Saddleback, noted that the road has maintained quite well over the past 20 years. He explained that there are some icing problems, but hopefully they can address and improve on any drainage issues. Mr. Weaver also noted his support for the use of speed humps. At this time, Chair Rennels closed public comment.

Mr. Burns assured Mr. Farver that the drainage issues would be addressed; however, to retrofit the neighborhood with curb and gutter would be extremely difficult and cost prohibitive. Mr. Burns noted that they will work with the existing drainage plan and that they hope to exceed City standards in fixing the drainage problems. Mr. Burns addressed the funding issue noting that because the request is for a Public Improvement District and not a Local Improvement District, the mill levy must be assessed on the value of the home, rather than being divided evenly by all homes in the neighborhood. Mr. Burns noted that the funds could not be paid "up front" because the funds must be collected with the property taxes each year.

Commissioner Bender congratulated both neighborhoods and commended them for working together in order to come to a solution that is fair and equitable. Commissioner Rennels noted that she was pleased with the percentages as they show a majority of support for the creation of these two improvement districts. She also asked them to make sure they finish their work by coming out in November to support the formation of these Public Improvement Districts once they are placed on the ballot. Commissioner Rennels requested that the Road Committee continue to work with the Engineering Department in order to design and install the humps to the satisfaction of all involved.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Bender moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Petition for Organization of the Larimer County Solar Ridge Public Improvement District No. 21.

Motion carried 2-0.

R01-96g RESOLUTION APPROVING PETITION FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF LARIMER COUNTY SOLAR RIDGE PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 21

M O T I O N

Commissioner Bender moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Petition for Organization of the Larimer County Saddleback Public Improvement District No. 22.

Motion carried 2-0.

R01-97g RESOLUTION APPROVING PETITION FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF LARIMER COUNTY SADDLEBACK PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 22

M O T I O N

Commissioner Bender moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the installation of speed calming devices, in the form of speed humps, for use on Stonecrest Drive.

Motion carried 2-0.

Meeting adjourned at 8:10 p.m.

 

 

 

 

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KATHAY RENNELS, CHAIR LARIMER COUNTY

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

 

MYRNA J. RODENBERGER

LARIMER COUNTY CLERK & RECORDER

 

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Gael M. Cookman, Deputy Clerk

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