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MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

 

MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 2011

 

LAND USE HEARING

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 3:00 p.m. with Matt Lafferty, Principal Planner. Chair Donnelly presided and Commissioners Gaiter and Johnson were present.  Also present were:  Dave Shirk, Estes Valley Planning Department; Chad Gray and Candace Phippen, Building and Code Compliance Department; Doug Ryan, Environmental Health Department; Tracy Shambo, Engineering Department; Gary Buffington and Kerri Rollins, Natural Resources Department; Brenda Gimeson and Toby Stauffer, Planning Department; Jeannine Haag, County Attorney’s Office; and Melissa Lohry, Deputy Clerk.

 

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

 

Mr. Lafferty requested that item three, “Duncan Minor Subdivision and Rezoning,” be heard before item four, “Larimer Humane Society Pet Animal License Fee Increase, file #11-G0221,” due to the large number of individuals present to speak on behalf of item four. The Board agreed to hear item four prior to hearing item three.

 

Chair Donnelly 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.         CRYSTAL LAKES 14TH FILING LOTS 33 & 34 LOT CONSOLIDATION AND EASEMENT VACATION, FILE #11-S3049:  This is a request for approval of a lot consolidation to combine two, lots (lots 33 and 34 of Crystal Lakes 14th Filing) and vacate two 10-foot utility easements located along the common lot line of the two lots. If approved, the recording instrument for this application will be a findings and resolution from the Board of County Commissioners.

 

Staff has found that the proposed lot consolidation and easement vacation will not adversely affect any neighboring properties or any county agency and the lot consolidation will not result in any additional lots.

 

Therefore, staff recommends approval of the Crystal Lakes 14th Filing, Lots 33 & 34, Lot Consolidation and Utility Easement Vacation, file #11-S3049, subject to the following conditions:

 

1.    All conditions of approval shall be met and the final resolution recorded by February 15, 2012, or this approval shall be null and void.

 

2.         The resultant lot is subject to any and all covenants, deed restrictions, or other conditions that apply to the original lots.

 

3.         The vacation of the utility easement and the reconfiguration of the lot lines shall be finalized at such time when the plat and findings and resolution of the County Commissioners are recorded.

 

2.         CRYSTAL LAKES 5TH FILING LOTS 35, 35A, & 39 LOT CONSOLIDATION AND EASEMENT VACATION, FILE #11-S3050:   This is a request for approval of a lot consolidation to combine three lots and vacate the 7-foot utility easements located along the west side of lot 35, the east side of lot 35A, and the rear of lots 35 and 35A. If approved, the recording instrument for this application will be a findings and resolution from the Board of County Commissioners.

 

Staff has found that the proposed lot consolidation and easement vacation will not adversely affect any neighboring properties or any county agency and the lot consolidation will not result in any additional lots.

 

Therefore, staff recommends approval of the Crystal Lakes 5th Filing, Lots 35, 35A, and 39 Lot Consolidation and Utility Easement Vacation, file #11-S3050, subject to the following conditions:

 

1.         All conditions of approval shall be met and the final resolution recorded by February 15, 2012, or this approval shall be null and void.

 

2.         The resultant lot is subject to any and all covenants, deed restrictions, or other conditions that apply to the original lots.

 

3.         The vacation of the utility easement and the reconfiguration of the lots lines shall be finalized at such time when the findings and resolution of the County Commissioners is recorded.

 

M O T I O N

 

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

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

4.         LARIMER HUMANE SOCIETY PET ANIMAL LICENSE FEE INCREASE, FILE #11-G0221:   This is a request for approval to increase the Humane Society’s Pet Animal License Fees. The Larimer Humane Society, an independent, non-profit corporation, contracts with Larimer County to “operate all physical plant facilities and equipment necessary for the efficient, effective, operation of an animal shelter.” Part of Larimer Humane Society’s responsibilities, pursuant to the contract with Larimer County, is the enforcement of the County’s Resolution and Ordinance Concerning Animal Control and dog licensing, which is contained in Chapter 6 of the Larimer County Code (also known as the “Animal Regulations”). Other jurisdictions like Loveland and Fort Collins also contract with the Larimer Humane Society for services.

 

Pursuant to Chapter 6 of the Larimer County Animal Regulations, at Section 6-31(a):  “License fees shall be established by resolution of the Larimer County Board of County Commissioners upon recommendation of the operation of the animal control facility.” Therefore, the Larimer Humane Society is seeking approval for an increase of license fees for pet animals. Coordinated approvals from the City of Fort Collins and the City of Loveland are also being sought for the fee increases to be effective January 1, 2012.

 

The average licensing fees for pet animals in Colorado with populations greater than 50,000-people is $13.00 for spayed and neutered animals and $36.00 for unaltered animals.  The Larimer Humane Society proposes increasing the fee to license a spayed or neutered animal from $10.00 to $12.00, and the cost of unaltered animals from $27.00 to $35.00.

 

Current license fees for pet animals have been in effect since 1996, with the exception that 2002 unaltered (domestic animals not spayed or neutered) fees were increased by $2.00. Approvals of the proposed license fee increases are necessary because:

 

1.    Increases in postage fees for billing and mailing of tags to pet owners since 1996.

 

2.    Contract revenue has not been increased by the City of Fort Collins or the City of Loveland in the last several years.  Larimer County’s annual contract with LHS has been decreased as shown below:

A.        2008 – $340,802

B.        2009 – $337,394

C.        2010 – $317,153

D.        2011 – $317,153

E.         2012 – $304,467 (Proposed 4% reduction in contract)

 

3.    Increases in operating costs since 1996 including:

A.        Salaries and benefits for all LHS staff

B.        Animal food and vaccination costs

C.        Utilities and building maintenance

D.        Vehicles and equipment for animal control and shelter, including fuel and insurance costs for vehicles.

 

 

Chair Donnelly opened the hearing to the applicant. Captain Bill Porter and Judy Calhoun, Larimer Humane Society, addressed the Board to further express the need for increased fees. Captain Porter emphasized the fact that if the increase is not approved, the Larimer Humane Society would not be able to continue to function at its current capacity and the residents of the county could see decreased levels of service.

 

Chair Donnelly opened the hearing to public comment; however, there was no one present to comment on this item.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the proposed increase in fees, effective January 1, 2012, for the Larimer Humane Society as listed above, provided that the proposed fee increases are approved by the City of Fort Collins and the Town of Loveland.

 

Motion carried 3-0.  

 

3.         DUNCAN MINOR SUBDIVISION AND REZONING:   This is a request to subdivide a 38-acre parcel into two platted lots and to rezone the property from A-1 Accommodations, to RE-1 Rural Estate. The property is currently developed with a single-family dwelling and the property owner desires to build a new dwelling. This new lot would receive access and utilities from the Windcliff Subdivision. 

 

In their review of the application, staff found the following:

 

The subject property is generally characterized by steep wooded slopes leading down to (or up from) Aspen Brook. The site is currently accessed from Tunnel Road via Wind River Trail, a narrow, unpaved road that serves approximately a dozen properties.

 

This subdivision application includes a request to rezone the property from A-1, Accommodations to RE-1, Rural Estate. As part of this “downzoning,” the property owner requests approval to retain development rights for one additional dwelling on Lot 1; if built, this would then classify the existing dwelling as an accessory dwelling unit. The application also requested waivers to several road standards (length of dead end road, paving, number of trips on a dead end road, and design standards). Because there will not be a change in the number of vehicle trips, these waivers have been approved by the Larimer County Engineering Department.

 

The Estes Valley Plan Spur 66 sub-plan notes that the area is “generally composed of low density residential development and accommodation uses. Accommodation uses are generally located along the roadway. Future development will need to be sensitive to the Big Thompson River.” The proposed rezoning is consistent with the general land use patterns of the neighborhood with low-density residential being located away from the road. 

 

A proposed trail easement through this property generated significant discussion, germinated by neighborhood opposition, at the Estes Valley Planning Commission meeting. Staff recommended that the easement be dedicated along Wind River Trail to begin the formation of a connection from the Aspen Brook Trail to Tunnel Road. This easement would be the first of several required in order to provide a trail connection from Lily Lake to the YMCA grounds, as outlined in the Estes Valley Plan and the Estes Valley Trails Plan, and as required by the Estes Valley Development Code.

 

The Estes Valley Planning Commission recommends approval of the Duncan Minor Subdivision and Rezoning from A-1, Accommodations to RE-1, Rural Estate, subject to the following conditions:

 

1.    Prior to recordation of the plat, submittal of an easement granting vehicular access to proposed Lot 2, through Lot 15 Block 1 Windcliff Estates 5th filing. This easement shall be subject to review and approval of the attorney for the Town of Estes Parks, shall include applicable recording fee, and shall be graphically delineated on the plat mylars.

 

2.    Prior to recordation of the plat, submittal of an agreement between the property owner and Windcliff Estates verifying the owner can connect to infrastructure, including roads, water and electric system, within Windcliff Estates.

 

3.    Easements, as necessary for water and electric lines, shall be provided for recordation, along with recording fees, prior to issuance of a building permit for Lot 2.

 

4.    The following notes shall be included on the plat: 

 

a.    Wildlife. Road construction, utility installations, development, and any future construction activity shall comply with ‘Minimization of Construction Impacts’ outlined in the Wildlife Habitat Evaluation and Impact Analysis in the subdivision file.

 

b.    Accessory Dwelling Unit. One additional single-family dwelling unit shall be allowed on Lot 1. Construction of this additional unit shall classify the existing dwelling as an accessory dwelling unit. 

 

After some discussion between the Board and staff regarding the trail easement, Chair Donnelly opened the hearing to the applicant and Dr. Ken Duncan addressed the Board. Dr. Duncan stated that he was in agreement with staff regarding all of the conditions and would dedicate the trail easement if required.

 

Chair Donnelly opened the hearing to public comment. Jim Martell, attorney representing adjacent property owners, Walter Dietrich, Andrew Dietrich, Emily Young, Gary Matthews, Steve Bjoanowski, Jessica Madden, Randall Stone, Roger Pierce, Crawford Young, Sheila Dietrich, and Cynthia Dietrich, all surrounding property owners, addressed the Board in opposition to the proposed trail easement. All of the above cited the poor condition of the current road, the close proximity of cabins to the road, the safety of cyclists and horseback riders, the tranquility of the area, and the desire to keep the area private as reasons for opposition. Johanna Darden, Estes Park resident, also addressed the Board in opposition to the proposed trail.

 

Ms. Rollins addressed the Board and further elaborated on the Aspen Brook Trail plans, as contained within the Larimer County Open Lands Master Plan, and the utilization of easement dedication to form trails within the county.

 

Chair Donnelly opened the hearing to applicant rebuttal and Dr. Duncan stated that while he understood the importance of trails in Larimer County, he did not wish to grant the requested trail easement.

 

Chair Donnelly closed the hearing to public comment and much discussion ensued between the Board and staff regarding the authority of the Board to require easement dedication.

 

Commissioner Johnson stated that he supported trails, the Estes Valley Plan, and the Estes Valley Development Code; however, he did not support the requirement of a trail easement dedication as it pertains to Dr. Duncan’s application. Furthermore, Commissioner Johnson stated that if Dr. Duncan desires to dedicate an easement in the future, he would not be opposed to said action.

 

Commissioner Gaiter and Chair Donnelly agreed with Commissioner Johnson and urged Ms. Rollins to work with the residents of Wind River Trail to reach a compromise.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gaiter moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Duncan Minor Subdivision and Rezoning from A-1, Accommodations to RE-1, Rural Estate subject to the conditions listed above, without requirement for trail easement dedication, and authorize the chair to sign the plat when the conditions are met and the plat is presented for signature.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

5.         LESKINEN CODE COMPLIANCE HEARING, FILE #04-ZV0045 :  On April 9, 1984, the property owner was found to be in violation of the zoning resolutions by virtue of operating a junk yard in the Open Zoning District. The Board of County Commissioners gave Mr. Leskinen thirty days to apply for a special review or, by August 31, 1984, to reduce the number of vehicles to 25 (1972 number). On August 13, 1984, staff recommended an extension for compliance until November 30, 1984, and the Board of County Commissioners approved the extension request. However, the junk yard was never cleaned up and aerial photos show that the operation has grown in size since the original hearing.

 

The subject property is located just north of the Highway 287 Bypass, at the intersection of County Road 23E and County Road 56 and notice of this public meeting was mailed certified and regular mail to the owner of the subject property and via regular mail to all adjacent property owners within 500-feet of the property. Several adjoining property owners have raised concerns about impacts on their quality of life from the visual impacts caused by this junk yard.  The site is a residential lot in a semi-rural area.

 

Chair Donnelly opened the hearing to the property owner and Frank Leskinen addressed the Board. Mr. Leskinen stated that over the last two years, he has done his best to remove materials from the property; however, hauling away the materials requires time and money, which he currently does not possess. Mr. Leskinen stated that he has been working to construct a privacy fence to screen the property from the roads and has reach nearly 2/3 completion. Lastly, Mr. Leskinen requested the Board grant him two years to become compliant.

 

Chair Donnelly opened the hearing to public comment and Peter Seekell, Cole Thompson, Melvin Terrel, Randy Wilson, and Judy Terrel, all nearly property owners, addressed the Board to attest to the progress made by Mr. Leskinen in recent months. All stated that they were not opposed to the state of Mr. Leskinen’s property at any time in the past.

 

Chair Donnelly closed the hearing to public comment and discussion ensued among the Board.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gaither moved that the Board of County Commissioners set a deadline of December 31, 2013, to bring the property into compliance, require compliance as described below, and authorize legal action if the property is not compliant by said deadline.

 

1.         Remove all un-permitted manufactured homes from the property.

 

2.         Remove all 1976 and newer unlicensed or inoperable vehicles and vehicle parts from the property or place inside a building.

 

3.         Per state statute, all unlicensed or inoperable vehicles and parts manufactured in 1975 and prior, must be screened from any public road.

 

4.         Per the 1984 hearing, 25 vehicles may be stored anywhere on the property.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

There being no further business, the Board adjourned at 6:00 p.m.

 

 

TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 2011

 

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:00 a.m. with Frank Lancaster, County Manager. Chair Donnelly presided and Commissioners Gaiter and Johnson were present. Also present were:  Donna Hart and Deni LaRue, Commissioners’ Office; Charlie Johnson, Mark Peterson, and Martina Wilkinson, Engineering Department; Gary Buffington, Natural Resources Department; Jeannine Haag and William Ressue, County Attorney’s Office; and Melissa Lohry, Deputy Clerk.

 

1.         PUBLIC COMMENT:  Brent Acott, Dennis Acott, and Colby Acott addressed the Board to request denial of the proposed additional campsites in the South Bay Campground at Horsetooth Reservoir. All cited possible noise disturbance, disturbance of view shed, safety concerns, and a perceived saturation of campsites at Horsetooth Reservoir, for their opposition.

 

Patty Ludwig addressed the Board in opposition to the Boyd Lake Avenue Extension. Ms. Ludwig stated that due to the agricultural nature of the area, she was opposed to the proposal of an expressway on Larimer County Road 7.

 

Mel Hilgenberg reviewed several current events.

 

2.         APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 8, 2011:

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gaiter moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the minutes for the week of August 8, 2011.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

3.         REVIEW OF THE SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 22, 2011:   Ms. Hart reviewed the upcoming schedule with the Board.

 

4.         CONSENT AGENDA:

 

M O T I O N

 

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

 

PETITIONS FOR ABATEMENT:  As recommended by the County Assessor, the following Petitions for Abatement were denied:  Linda Ann Weixelman; Dennis J. Luckau and Terry L. Luckau; Raelene L. Wang and Jin H. Wang; Jacalyn G. Menefee and Barry R. Menefee; Margaret K. Snyder; Dahmer Family Trust; and Lukas Limited Family Partnership.

 

08162011R001           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SCHNEIDER PUBLIC SITE PLAN AND APPEAL

 

08162011R002           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE FOX HOLLOW PLANNED LAND DIVISION/PLANNED DEVELOPMENT AMENDED DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT

 

08162011R003           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE CARSTENS BACKBONE VIEW SUBDIVISION DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT TIME EXTENSION

 

08162011R004           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE AMENDED PLAT OF PARCEL B OF THE AMENDED PLAT OF THE MELIN EXEMPTION AND THE WALDEN WEST / WEEKS BOUNDARY LINE ADJUSTMENT

 

08162011R005           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE KOLL-WILLIAMS APPEAL

 

MISCELLANEOUS:  Public Trustee Second Quarter Report 2011; and Rescind Denied Petition for Abatement for Skevos G. Pavlou and Marina S. Skevos, Parcel Number 85062-23-021.

 

LIQUOR LICENSE:  The following license was approved and issued:  Legacy Land Trust – Special Event 6 % – Fort Collins.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

5.         APPROVAL OF CHANGE TO PARKS MASTER PLAN IN SOUTH BAY CAMPGROUND AT HORSETOOTH RESERVOIR:   Mr. Buffington addressed the Board and requested an amendment to the Larimer County Parks Master Plan regarding the South Bay Campground at Horsetooth Reservoir. Mr. Buffington explained that currently, the master plan identifies the construction of eight cabin sites in the South Bay Campground; however, staff and the Parks Advisory Board requests to amend the eight cabin sites to nine camping sites. Mr. Buffington also reviewed the measures taken by the Natural Resources Department to mitigate noise and visual impacts to surrounding land owners.

 

Much discussion ensued between the Board and staff regarding the placement and orientation of the proposed campsites.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gaiter moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Master Plan change from eight cabin sites to nine camping sites in the South Bay Campground at Horsetooth Reservoir Park.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

6.         UPDATE ON THE BOYD LAKE AVENUE EXTENSION FEASIBILITY STUDY:   Mr. Peterson, Ms. Wilkinson, and Frank Hempen, from the City of Loveland, addressed the Board to present a brief summary of the Boyd Lake Avenue Extension project. Mr. Hempen stated that due to citizen concerns, the project has taken a step back and staff is reviewing alignment options, with hopes of presenting a new alignment by February or March, 2012.

 

Commissioner Gaiter questioned whether the project would result in an expressway, as mentioned during public comment. Mr. Peterson stated that the extension is intended to provide an arterial roadway to ease congestion on Interstate 25 and while the roadway will begin as a two lane road, it could be expanded in the future.  

 

The Board thanked Mr. Hempen for the update and requested periodic updates in the future.

 

7.         INITIAL REVIEW OF THE INTERSTATE 25 NORTH ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT (EIS):   Mr. Peterson and Ms. Wilkinson presented a brief overview of the I-25 North NIS and explained that the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has allowed a 30-day review period, with comments due by the middle of September. Mr. Peterson and Ms. Wilkinson requested guidance from the Board regarding the type of review processes the Board would like to implement.

 

The Board noted that CDOT will hold a public meeting at The Ranch during the review period; therefore, they did not believe it necessary for the county to hold any additional public meetings. Furthermore, the Board directed staff to review the report in detail and report back during a worksession with a synopsis of the document. 

 

8.         COUNTY MANAGER WORKSESSION:  Mr. Lancaster noted that he attended the Fort Collins City Council meeting regarding power lines and only one neighborhood within the county will be affected by the proposed installation.

 

Mr. Lancaster informed the Board of a proposed change to an existing City of Loveland Urban Renewal Authority (URA) located in the downtown area.

 

Lastly, Mr. Lancaster relayed a conversation he had with staff from the City of Fort Collins regarding the proposed Fort Collins Midtown URA.

 

9.         COMMISSIONER ACTIVITY REPORT:  The Board detailed their attendance at events during the previous week.

 

10.       LEGAL MATTERS:  Ms. Haag and Mr. Ressue requested the Board go into executive session regarding damages intentionally inflicted upon Rawhide Flats Road, a county road maintained by the City of Fort Collins to provide access to the Soap Stone Open Space, in an effort to reduce traffic speed. Mr. Ressue noted that there would be a decision following the executive session.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners go into executive session for conferences with an attorney for the purpose of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions, as outlined in 24-6-402(4)(b) C. R. S.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

The Board of County Commissioners reconvened in public session and Mr. Ressue provided a brief overview of the topic discussed.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gaiter moved that the Board of County Commissioners authorize Larimer County legal council to file an injunction against Mr. Al Scott to prevent further and future damage to Rawhide Flats Road.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

There being no further business, the Board recessed at 11:15 a.m.

 

ABATEMENT HEARING

 

The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 2:00 p.m. for an Abatement Hearing. Chair Donnelly presided and Commissioners Gaiter and Johnson were present. Also present were: Dwayne Gearhart, Assessor’s Office; and Melissa Lohry, Deputy Clerk.

 

1.         PETITION FOR ABATEMENT FLORIENE V. BLASKAS REVOCABLE TRUST, PARCEL NUMBER 39323-05-036:   Mr. Gearhart reviewed the comparables used to arrive at the original assessed value of $253,500. Mr. Gearhart explained that during the initial review of the petition for abatement and after speaking with the petitioners, he reduced the assessed value to $167,700.

 

Rocky Blaskas and Floriene Blaskas presented comparables which they believed valued their property at $120,000. Mr. and Mrs. Blaskas explained that their residence has many factors that contribute to their value being much lower than Mr. Gearhart’s $167,700 assessment, including: the residence was constructed over a culvert, which causes the living room to flood each spring, the residence shares a well with three other properties, and the pipes are so rusted that tap water can not be consumed and appliances continue to be damaged.

 

Much discussion ensued between the Board, staff, and the petitioners regarding comparables.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners support the Assessor’s adjusted value of $167,700, for parcel number 39323-05-036, for the 2009 and 2010 tax years.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

There being no further business, the Board adjourned at 2:45 p.m.

 

THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 2011

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. with Frank Lancaster, County Manager.  Chair Donnelly presided and Commissioners Gaiter and Johnson were present. Also present were: Neil Gluckman, Assistant County Manager; Stacie Hougard, Finance Department; Lorenda Volker and Pam Stultz, Human Resources Department; Kathryn Rowe, Purchasing Department; and Melissa Lohry, Deputy Clerk.

 

Mr. Lancaster requested the Board go into executive session to discuss negotiations regarding employee benefits.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gaiter moved that the Board of County Commissioners go into executive session to determine positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiations; develop strategy for negotiations; and instruct negotiators, pursuant to 24-6-402(4)(e) C. R. S.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

__________________________________________

   TOM DONNELLY, CHAIR

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

 

 

SCOTT DOYLE

CLERK AND RECORDER

 

ATTEST:

 

 

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Melissa E. Lohry, Deputy Clerk