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 MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

 

Monday, May 24, 2010

 

 

LAND USE HEARING

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 3:00 p.m. with Matt Lafferty, Principal Planner. Chair Johnson presided and Commissioners Donnelly and Gaiter were present. Also present were:  Eric Tracy, Engineering Department; Doug Ryan, Environmental Health Department; Chad Gray, Rob Helmick, and Sean Wheeler, Planning Department; Jeannine Haag, County Attorney’s Office; and Melissa Lohry, Deputy Clerk.

 

Chair Johnson opened the hearing with the Pledge of Allegiance and asked for public comment on the Land Use Code and County Budget. No one from the audience addressed the Board regarding these topics.

 

Mr. Lafferty requested the Board add item #2, “Poudre Canyon Fire Station #2 Appeal, file #10-G0192,” to the consent agenda as both the applicant and staff are in agreement on the conditions of approval. The Board concurred and item #2 was added to the consent agenda.

 

Chair Johnson explained that the following items were on the consent agenda and would not be discussed unless requested by the Board, staff, or members of the audience:

 

1.         DK CATTLE/NELSON LABRADOR MINOR LAND DIVISION AMENDED PLAT/BOUNDARY LINE ADJUSTMENT, FILE #10-S2956:   This is a request to adjust the boundaries of three parcels to allow for better building sites outside of the areas currently irrigated by a pivot. Two of the parcels are larger than 100-acres and were created by a minor land division last year and the third parcel is a metes and bounds parcel, which lies adjacent to the other two parcels. All three parcels front on county roads and are accessed via a private easement. 

 

No referral agency identified any issues with the request and the reshaped parcels will continue to allow for agricultural uses. If the parcels are sold, the requested adjustment will allow for residences to be built without conflicting with the agricultural use. 

 

Staff recommends approval of the Amended Plat of Lot 2 of the DK Cattle and Lot 2 of the Nelson Labrador Minor Land Divisions, file #10-S2956, subject to the following conditions (and authorization for the chair to sign the plat when the conditions are met and the plat is presented for signature):

 

1.    All conditions of approval shall be met and the final plat recorded by November 24, 2010, or this approval shall be null and void.

 

2.    Prior to the recordation of the final plat, the applicant shall make the technical corrections required by Dale Greer, Land Surveyor, and the Larimer County Engineering Department.

 

3.         All previous and prior conditions of approval shall continue and shall be carried forward with this approval. Specifically, the limitations on further division of the two Minor Land Division lots shall continue.

 

2.         POUDRE CONYON FIRE STATION #2 APPEAL, FILE #10-G0192:   This is an appeal to Section 8.6.3.C of the Larimer County Land Use Code to allow the parking lot at the proposed Poudre Canyon Fire Protection District Station #2 to be constructed with gravel instead of a paved parking lot surface.

 

This request is made by the Poudre Canyon Fire Protection District as part of their site plan application for a new fire station and community center. The fire district proposes to remove and replace the existing meeting hall and include a fire house on the property located on Highway 287, approximately 1.5-miles west of Rustic. The new meeting hall and fire house will be contained within in a new 8,900-square-foot structure. The proposed structure received approval from the Planning Commission through the Location and Extent process on July 15, 2009. The applicants also received approval from the Board of County Commissioners on April 12, 2010, for a Minor Land Division to create two new lots, with one lot containing the existing chapel and the other lot containing the new firehouse and community center. Through the site plan review process for the development of the site, the applicants have been required to develop a shared parking area for both lots. 

 

Section 8.6.3.C of the Larimer County Land Use Code requires all off-road, multiple-family, and non-residential parking areas used primarily by customers, employees, or residents of a building to be surfaced with asphalt, concrete, or other similar all-weather materials. Furthermore, parking areas that take access off unpaved public roads may be surfaced with compacted gravel or other surface that does not generate dust, if the county engineer determines such a surface treatment is practical and appropriate.

 

The location of the new fire station and community center is in a rural area of the county and the request to use a prepared gravel surface instead of paving with asphalt or concrete is based on the community’s support of minimal impact to the existing site and due to the infrequent use of the site. The applicants have volunteered to install concrete aprons at the access to Highway 14 and at the entrance to the fire house garage.

Staff finds that the appeal request does not subvert the purpose or intent of the land use code and will not have any adverse impacts to the public. Furthermore, staff finds that the use of gravel in this location will help maintain the rural character of the area by avoiding large areas of paving typically found in urban areas and will help decrease runoff from the site. Staff recommends approval of the Poudre Canyon Fire Protection District Station #2 Appeal, file #10-G0192, subject to the conditions listed below:

 

1.         The applicant must provide a concrete apron at the access to Highway 14 in conformance to Colorado Department of Transportation and Larimer County Engineering standards.

 

2.         The applicant must provide a concrete driveway at the entrance to the fire house garage.

 

3.         The applicant must pave the handicap parking spaces.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gaiter moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the consent agenda as presented above.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

3.         ODILE BUSH VIOLATION, 6-WEEK CODE COMPLIANCE:   By virtue of using a private basement and barn for an events center, the owner of the subject property is in violation of Section 4.1.5 (O-Open Zoning District) of the Larimer County Land Use Code and Section 105 (Permits) of the 2006 International Building Code, adopted by Larimer County.

 

On April 12, 2010, Code Compliance staff received an inquiry regarding the advertising of a wedding events center at the subject property. That same day, the property owners approached staff to inquire about gaining approval of the events center use and they were informed that approval could only be obtained through the special review process.

 

On April 20, 2010, Mr. Wheeler held a pre-application meeting with the owners to discuss the Special Review process. Since multiple weddings were scheduled throughout the summer, a hearing was scheduled with the Board of County Commissioners to determine if a violation exists and if the operation can continue to operate. The owners were informed of the hearing and a life safety inspection was conducted on April 29, 2010, by Building Department staff, Code Compliance staff, and the Poudre Fire Authority.

 

As a result of the inspection, it was discovered that the barn and basement were not permitted or constructed for a commercial occupancy and the owners will have many issues to resolve if a Special Review application is approved. The property owners informed staff that the first wedding of the summer was scheduled for May 22, 2010, and Mr. Wheeler instructed the property owners to apply for a one time Special Events Permit, which was subsequently approved.

During their review of the violation, staff has found: t he subject property is zoned O-Open and community hall uses require special review approval in the Open Zoning District. Furthermore, a “community hall” is defined as a facility used for recreational, social and cultural activities, which is open to the public, or a designated part of the public, and usually owned and operated by a public or nonprofit group/agency. Lastly, the property owners finished the basement of the main residence, remodeled the interior of the barn, and constructed an addition to the barn without building permits or inspection approvals. If the barn and basement are used for personal use only, then residential code requirements will apply. If the barn and basement are used for wedding events, then commercial code requirements will apply through change of occupancy building permits.

 

Staff recommends that the Board of County Commissioners find violations of the Larimer County Land Use and Building Codes exist, require compliance with county regulations within a time determined to be fair, and authorize legal action if deadlines set by the Commissioners are not met. The community hall is allowed to continue during the compliance process at its current level of activity, conditioned on the following:

 

1.         The barn can not be used for wedding events. The basement can only be used as a staging area for the wedding party. Before the basement is used by the wedding parties the Building Department will need a letter from a master electrician stating the basement was wired safe and up to code.

 

2.         Only the four pre-booked weddings can take place and are limited to two in June and one in July. No more than 150 people allowed at each event and no events shall occur after July 5, 2010.

 

3.         The owners submit a site plan for approval by the Poudre Fire Authority to ensure a fire engine can enter onto the property for the wedding events in case of emergency. The site plan needs to include size and location of tents. Any tent over 400-square-feet requires a permit issued by the Poudre Fire Authority. No open flame is allowed during wedding events, including but not limited to, cooking and bonfires. Additional requirements may be imposed by Poudre Fire Authority.

 

4.         The owners have a plan in place to accommodate guests with special handicapped needs by supplying a temporary handicapped ramp to the basement area or a handicapped accessible porta-john for their use. The owners should be aware the American Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federally-mandated law that requires permanent handicapped facilities for events of this nature. The county has no control over the enforcement actions of ADA regulators.

 

5.         The Health Department was consulted and recognizes that although the wedding party will most likely be using the basement bathrooms, it is recommended that additional porta-johns should be brought on site for additional guests.

 

Mr. Gray noted that the Poudre Fire Authority is against any further events occurring on the property until fire mitigation can take place. The authority cited the lack of fire hydrants in the area and the distance from the nearest fire station to the property for their objections to the use. 

 

Chair Johnson asked if a special review application had been submitted at the time of the hearing. Mr. Gray stated that the property owners are in the process of gathering the required information and has held the required neighborhood meeting.

 

Commissioner Donnelly asked how staff became aware of the non-compliant business. Mr. Gray stated that an inquiry was made by Bobbie Randolph, owner of the Tapestry House, after she saw advertisements for a wedding venue at the location.

 

Chair Johnson opened the hearing to the applicant. Duane Bush addressed the Board and stated that he did not know he was out of compliance with the county’s codes, and once he was informed of his non-compliance, he ceased advertising and scheduling events. Mr. Bush stated that he has been successful in relocating two of the weddings he had scheduled for the property but he has not been able to relocate two weddings in June, one wedding in July, and one wedding in August. Mr. Bush requested the Board allow him to host the remaining four weddings because he did not feel it was fair to punish the wedding parties for his lack of knowledge.

 

Commissioner Donnelly asked Mr. Bush to describe the barn where he had intended to host events. Mr. Bush stated it was a wooden barn, with drywall on the interior walls, and concrete flooring.

 

Commissioner Gaiter asked Mr. Bush if he was in the process of submitting a special review application. Mr. Bush stated that he has begun to gather materials and has hosted a neighborhood meeting, during which no major concerns were raised.

 

Chair Johnson opened the hearing to public comment and Bobby Randolph addressed the Board. Ms. Randolph stated that the Bush’s are the 7th property owners to begin advertising as an event center this year without going through the proper permitting process. Ms. Randolph stated that non-conforming business owners are putting a strain on her business because they do not have to charge for fees incurred through the compliance process. Ms. Randolph requested the Board deny the Bush’s request, set a standard for compliance throughout the county, and disallow ignorance as an excuse for code violations.

 

Odile Bush addressed the Board and stated that she did contact the county to inquire about the permitting process; however, during one attempt, she was told to contact the City of Fort Collins, and during a second attempt, she was told to contact the County Attorney’s Office. Ms. Bush stated that she has worked for years to build an event center/wedding business and she is truly embarrassed by the code violations.

 

Commissioner Gaiter asked staff the about the earliest date to submit a special review application. Mr. Lafferty stated that the next possible date for application submittals would be June 7, 2010.

 

Chair Johnson stated that he was in favor of allowing the use to continue for 30-days, to be consistent with past rulings, but was not in favor of allowing additional events to be scheduled.

 

Commissioner Donnelly stated that he was in favor of allowing the Bush’s to host the four previously scheduled weddings but he would not support any commercial use of the barn.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gaiter moved that the Board of County Commissioners find violations of the Larimer County Land Use and Building Codes exist, require compliance as listed below, and authorize legal action if the deadlines below are not met.

 

The community hall is allowed to continue during the compliance process, conditioned upon the following:

 

1.         The barn can not be used for weddings events. The basement can only be used as a staging area for the wedding party. Before the basement is used by the wedding parties the Building Department will need a letter from a master electrician stating the basement was wired safe and up to code.

 

2.         Only three pre-booked weddings can take place and are limited to two in June and one in July. No more than 150-people are to be allowed at any event and no events shall occur after July 5, 2010.

 

3.         The owners submit a site plan for approval by the Poudre Fire Authority to ensure a fire engine can enter onto the property for the wedding events in case of emergency. The site plan needs to include size and location of tents. Any tent over 400-square-feet requires a permit issued by the Poudre Fire Authority. No open flame is allowed during wedding events, including but not limited to, cooking and bonfires. Additional requirements may be imposed by Poudre Fire Authority.

 

4.         The owners have a plan in place to accommodate guests with special handicapped needs by supplying a temporary handicapped ramp to the basement area or a handicapped accessible porta-john for their use. The owners should be aware the American Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federally-mandated law that requires permanent handicapped facilities for events of this nature. The county has no control over the enforcement actions of ADA regulators.

 

5.         The Health Department was consulted and recognizes that although the wedding party will most likely be using the basement bathrooms, it is recommended that additional porta-johns should be brought on site for additional guests.

 

Motion carried 2-1, Chair Johnson dissenting.

 

There being no further business, the Board recessed at 4:15 p.m.

 

LAND USE HEARING

 

The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 6:30 p.m. with Matt Lafferty, Principal Planner. Chair Johnson presided and Commissioners Donnelly and Gaiter were present. Also present were:  Jeff Goodell and Marc Peterson, Engineering Department; Doug Ryan, Environmental Health Department; Linda Hoffmann, Russ Legg, Karin Madson, and Toby Stauffer, Planning Department; William Ressue and Jeannine Haag, County Attorney’s Office; and Melissa Lohry, Deputy Clerk.

 

Chair Johnson opened the hearing by thanking the Horse Boarding Facility Working Group, Ms. Hoffmann, and Mr. Legg for their time and hard work to draft the current proposal. He also thanked former Commissioner Kathay Rennels for recognizing an insufficiency in the current regulations and initiating the process of revising the county’s land use code.

 

Commissioners Gaiter and Donnelly echoed Chair Johnson’s sentiments.

 

Chair Johnson asked for public comment on the Land Use Code and County Budget. No one from the audience addressed the Board regarding these topics.

 

Ms. Hoffman requested she and Mr. Legg be allowed to present all three of the proposed revisions before the Board opened the hearing to public comment. Chair Johnson agreed to allow staff to present all of the revisions and then allow public comment on all of the revisions at one time, to prevent redundancy.

 

1.         AMENDMENTS TO THE LARIMER COUNTY LAND USE CODE – PART 1, FILE #09-CA0101:   This is a request to amend Section 0.1, Section 4.3.10, Section 6.2, and Section 4.3.1 of the Larimer County Land Use Code to add equestrian operation use to the FA-Farming, FA-1 Farming, FO-Forestry, FO-1 Forestry, O-Open, RE-Rural Estate, and AP-Airport zone districts and delete boarding stable and riding academy from certain zoning districts. For a complete list of the proposed changes to the Larimer County Land Use Code, please contact the Larimer County Planning Department.

 

The Larimer County Planning Commission and staff recommend approval of the amendments to Section 0.1, Section 4.3.10, Section 6.2, and Section 4.3.1 of the Larimer County Land Use Code to add equestrian operation use to the FA-Farming, FA-1 Farming, FO-Forestry, FO-1 Forestry, O-Open, RE-Rural Estate, and AP-Airport zone districts as listed above. The Planning Commission and staff recommend approval to delete boarding stable and riding academy from certain zoning districts.

 

2.         AMENDMENTS TO THE LARIMER COUNTY LAND USE CODE – PART 2:   This is a request to amend Section 8, “Standards for All Development,” of the Larimer County Land Use Code. This request also includes housekeeping changes to Section 4, “Zoning” and the “Zoning Table;” Sections 4.2-4.7, providing for site plan review and correcting errors and omissions in use descriptions; Section 5.7.2 regarding process to change a plat note; Section 12, to add public site plan review to the code section regarding common procedures for development review; and Section 15 to create a new section for supplementary regulations moved from section 8. For a complete list of the proposed changes to the Larimer County Land Use Code, please contact the Larimer County Planning Department.

 

The planning commission and staff unanimously recommend approval of the proposed amendments.

 

3.         TRANSITION PROGRAM FOR EQUESTRIAN OPERATIONS:   This is a request to consider and invite comment on a proposed one year transition program to be offered by the county. The program is designed to help existing horse businesses secure appropriate approvals. The proposed transition program would be available for 12-months beginning August 2, 2010, and application materials would need to be filed by the applicant prior to August 2, 2011.

 

Staff and the working group believe the benefits of securing county approval for existing equestrian businesses would include: confirmation of “legal” status of business; possibility of increased resale value of business and property; and the opportunity to advertise the business as having secured county land use approval.

 

In addition to gaining approval, the businesses that participate in the transition program would have the option to record their r egistration certificates during the transition program. All certificates are proposed to be kept at the county to create a public record to support the property owner in the event of a complaint.

 

During the transition period, a ll applications will enter the Public Site Plan Review process, regardless of number of points generated in the equestrian operation formula in the new regulations; next, the Planning Director would make the decision to approve the application, schedule the application for a public hearing with the Commissioners, or deny the application. The Planning Director will make a decision within eight weeks of the applicant’s submittal, unless an extension is agreed upon, and applications will only go to public hearing if written objection is raised by a neighbor that cannot be resolved by the applicant, or if the applicant requests an appeal of the Planning Director’s decision.

 

During the Public Site Plan Review process, county Engineering staff will visit the site and, using information provided by the applicant, complete a public safety overview including drainage and traffic information. The overview will be completed to verify that:

 

1.         Access roadway is usable

2.         Improvements are located outside floodplains

3.         Access location does not impact function and safety of public roadways

4.         Adequate drainage is provided

5.         Any areas of significant concern will be discussed with the applicant and, if unresolved, submitted to the County Commissioners for a determination of acceptance.

 

All existing equestrian businesses, in operation since January 1, 2009, are eligible for the transition program and existing businesses may seek approvals for the maximum size at which they have operated since January 1, 2009. It is also proposed that, during the transition period, equestrian businesses will be charged 50% of the standard review fee for Public Site Plan Review, or $150. The county will also offer a 50% discount on Transportation Capital Expansion Fees to Equestrian Operations approved through the transition program. A copy of the proposed changes can be accessed by contacting the Larimer County Planning Department.

 

Ms. Hoffmann noted that the proposed transition program recommendations were just recently finalized and analysis by the Planning Commission was not possible.

 

Chair Johnson opened the hearing to public comment on all three of the proposed changes. Jim Goodyear, Bonnie Templeton, Susan Kurzweil, Kathy Doesken, Keith Jacobson, and LuAnn Goodyear addressed the Board in favor of the proposed amendments although all requested removal of the transportation capital expansion fees.

 

Debbie Dehn, Mike Sutak, Ann Heinke, Karin Livingston, Gary York, Kim Andrews, Mark Loader, Treva Creed, Barry Feldman, Wendy Chase, Suzanne Bassinger, Lindy Weatherford, Will Weatherford, Sean Davies, and Roger Wardlaw addressed the Board in opposition to the proposed amendments. All felt the amendments were much better than the current code restrictions; however, they did not feel the amendments were ready for adoption at this time. Many felt blindsided by the transportation capital expansion fees and felt the number of horses allowed as an “accessory use” on properties larger than 35-acres was too low.

 

Chair Johnson closed public comment and some discussion ensued regarding fees and the possibility of a peer review group to analyze applications during the transition period.

 

Commissioner Donnelly stated that he would not support transportation capital expansion fees for any equestrian business because of the negative financial impact upon the industry. Commissioner Donnelly explained that he was also skeptical of requiring applicants to complete a resource stewardship plan because the proposed process is not available for viewing. He stated that the number of horses allowed under the accessory use on parcels larger than 35-acres is too low and the proposed sliding scale to determine the number of allowed horses is too complicated; therefore, he suggested the number of horses be a direct correlation to the size of the property. And lastly, Commissioner Donnelly emphasized the need for regulations designed to protect and preserve equestrian businesses in Larimer County.

 

Chair Johnson stated that he did not support assessing transportation capital expansion fees during the transition period and would be interested in further evaluating the fees proposed after August 2, 2011. Chair Johnson explained that he believed the proposed regulations were too complex and restrictive and would like to reconvene the working group to reassess the regulations with specific direction from the Board. Chair Johnson stated that he too believed the number of horses should be assessed based on the size of the property. Lastly, he reassured staff and the working groups that they were very close to finding a viable solution but stated that he felt the implications were too great to vote on the proposals at this time.

 

Commissioner Gaiter stated that, like Commissioner Donnelly, he was against all transportation capital expansion fees for equestrian businesses. He also explained that Mr. Lafferty, Ms. Hoffmann, Mr. Legg, and other staff members were not paid for the hours of overtime they spent preparing the proposed regulations. Commissioner Gaiter agreed that the regulations were not ready at this time but cautioned tabling to a date uncertain.

 

Ms. Hoffmann suggested that the Board table all three of the proposed equestrian related items until 6:30 p.m. on July 19, 2010.  Ms. Hoffmann noted that tabling until the suggested date would allow staff and volunteers more time to prepare and propose the resource stewardship plan.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gaiter moved that the Board of County Commissioners table the “Amendments to the Larimer County Land Use Code – Part 1, file #09-CA0101,” “Amendments to the Larimer County Land Use Code – Part 2, file #09-CA0101,” and the “Transition Program for Equestrian Operations, file #10-CA0108” until 6:30 p.m. on July 19, 2010.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

There being no further business, the Board adjourned at 10:45 p.m.

 

FRIDAY, MAY 28, 2010

 

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS MEETING

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. with Frank Lancaster, County Manager. Chair Pro-Tem Donnelly presided and Commissioner Johnson was present via telephone. Also present were: Neil Gluckman and Donna Hart, Commissioners’ Office; and Melissa Lohry, Deputy Clerk.

 

1.         APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 17, 2010:

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the minutes for the week of May 17, 2010.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

2.         REVIEW OF THE SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 7, 2010:   Ms. Hart reviewed the upcoming schedule with the Board.

 

3.         CONSENT AGENDA:

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the consent agenda as outlined below:

 

ABATEMENTS:  As recommended by the County Assessor, the following Petitions for Abatement are approved:  James Albery Blakemore III; Darrell F. Mora & Judy J. Mora; Elizabeth Dolman Revocable Trust; Reed M. Goodwin etal; Gary M. Tubesing & Jennifer L. Wagner; Laura Delude; and Longs Road Ranch & Construction Company, LLC. As recommended by the County Assessor, the following Petitions for Abatement are denied:  TAS Development; Love Real Estate Investments LLC; Robert T. Vaughan & Katie B. Vaughan; Robert J. Stephens & Francene Stephens; and James B. O’Neil II.

 

05282010A001           HOUSE BILL 1451 MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE OVERSITE GROUP

 

05282010A002           AMENDMENT #1, COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT (CSBG) 2010-11 CONTRACT L10SBG27 BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE STATE OF COLORADO

 

05282010A003           AMENDMENT #2, COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT (CSBG) 2010-10 CONTRACT L9SBG27 BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE STATE OF COLORADO

 

05282010A004           WORKFORCE CENTER ARRA EXTENSION TO BE INCORPORATED INTO THE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS GRANT AGREEMENT – EXPENDITURE AUTHORIZATION; RECOVERY ACT FUNDS PY08 BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF LABOR & EMPLOYMENT

 

05282010A005           MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE COLORADO WORKS PROGRAM

 

05282010A006           INMATE PHONE SYSTEM AGREEMENT FOR THE LARIMER COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND INMATE CALLING SOLUTIONS (DBA ICSOLUTIONS)

 

05282010D001           DEED OF DEDICATION BY DAVID M. MCDONOUGH & LYNN M. MCDONOUGH

 

05282010D002           DEED OF DEDICATION BY THE BARBARA U. CALKINS TRUST

 

05282010D003           DEED OF DEDICATION BY THE DAVID M. MCDONOUGH LIVING TRUST & THE JUDITH ELAINE FOLLEY LIVING TRUST

 

05282010R001           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE WALTERS SUBDIVISION FINAL PLAT TIME EXTENSION

 

05282010R002           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE COLLEGE LAKE SUBSTATION 1041 PERMIT

 

05282010R003           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION DENYING THE WELCH/SCHMID APPEAL TO THE DECISION OF THE PLANNING & BUILDING SERVICES DIRECTOR

 

05282010R004           RESOLUTION ORDERING A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER PETITIONS FOR GRAYHAWK KNOLLS PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT #43  

 

05282010R005           RESOLUTION ORDERING A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER PETITIONS FOR KORAL HEIGHTS PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT #46

 

05282010R006           RESOLUTION ORDERING A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER PETITIONS FOR RAINBOW LAKES PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT #39

 

05282010R007           RESOLUTION ORDERING A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER PETITIONS FOR WAGON WHEEL PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT #49

 

05282010R008           RESOLUTION ORDERING A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER PETITIONS FOR PARK HILL PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT DRISTRICT #47

 

05282010R009           RESOLUTION ORDERING A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER PETITIONS FOR PUEBLA VISTA ESTATES PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT #48

 

05282010R010           RESOLUTION ORDERING A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER PETITIONS FOR TERRY SHORES PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT #44

 

05282010R011           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE VACATION OF A PORTION OF SHAVANO COURT IN GLACIER VIEW MEADOWS 7TH FILING

 

05282010R012           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE COTTINGHAM EXPANSION OF A NON-CONFORMING BUILDING

 

05282010R013           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION IN PART AND DENYING IN PART THE MILTON ALSUM EXEMPTION PARCELS 2 & 3 AMENDED PLAT

 

05282010R014           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE PLEASANT ACRES 2ND FILING, LOT 33, UTILITY EASEMENT VACATION

 

05282010R015           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE PETERMAN MINOR LAND DIVISION AMENDED PLAT

 

05282010R016           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE AMENDED PLAT OF PLEASANT ACRES SUBDIVISION REPLAT, LOTS 10 & 11, BLOCK 3

 

05282010R017           RESOLUTION APPROVING AMENDMENTS TO THE ESTES VALLEY DEVELOPMENT CODE REGARDING WILDLIFE HABITAT PROTECTION

 

05282010R018           RESOLUTION AMENDING THE FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE HILLCREST ESTATES SUBDIVISION (RECEPTION NO. 91044502)

 

05282010R019           RESOLITION REGARDING THE EXTENSION OF APPROVAL OF THE AMENDED PLAT OF THE HANDLEY EXEMPTION TRACT A & BETS-NEIL BOUDARY LINE ADJUSTMENT

 

05282010R020           RESOLTION AMENDING THE ESTES VALLEY DEVELOPMENT CODE REGARDING MICRO WIND TURBINES

 

05282010R021           RESOLUTION APPROVING AN AMENDMENT TO THE ESTES VALLEY DEVELOPMENT CODE REGARDING ACCESSORY KITCHENS

 

05282010R022           RESOLUTION APPROVING AN AMENDMENT TO THE ESTES VALLEY DEVELOPMENT CODE REGARDING SHORT TERM RENTALS, BED & BREAKFAST INNS, AND VACATION HOMES

 

05282010R023           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE LITTLE ELK MEADOWS BED & BREAKFAST MINOR SPECIAL REVIEW AND APPEAL

 

05282010R024           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ALL SWEEP MINOR SPECIAL REVIEW

 

05282010R025           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ELLIOTT SPECIAL REVIEW AND APPEAL

 

05282010R026           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE LOVELAND TALL PINES APPEAL

 

LIQUOR LICENSES:  The following licenses were approved & issued:  JJ’s Lounge – Tavern – Fort Collins; CSU Ram Club – 3.2% – Special Event; Villa Tatra Inc. – Hotel & Restaurant – Lyons.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

There being no further business, the Board adjourned at 9:45 a.m.

 

 

 

 

 

__________________________________________

  STEVE JOHNSON, CHAIR

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

 

 

 

SCOTT DOYLE

CLERK AND RECORDER

 

ATTEST:

 

­­______________________________________

Melissa E. Lohry, Deputy Clerk

 

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