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MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

 

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 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 Johnson and Gaiter were present.  Also present were:  Eric Fried, Code Compliance; Eric Tracy, Engineering Department; Doug Ryan, Environmental Health Department; Linda Hoffman, Michael Whitley, and Toby Stauffer, Planning Department; Jeannine Haag, County Attorney’s Office; and Tamara Slusher, 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.

 

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

 

1.         ORTON SULLIVAN LOTS 13 & 14 LOT CONSOLIDATION, FILE #11-S3058:    This is a request to combine two adjacent lots, Lot 13 & 14 of Orton Sullivan Subdivision, into one lot.  A new structure is proposed on the combined lot and a setback variance for the structure was approved on January 25, 2011.

 

No neighbors have voiced any objections to this proposal and the following Larimer County agencies have stated that they also have no objects:

 

·   The Larimer County Department of Health and Environment

·   The Development Review Team of the Larimer County Engineering Department

·   The Larimer County Addressing Section

 

The Larimer County Assessor’s Office has provided the new legal description for the resultant lot.

 

The proposed lot consolidation will not adversely affect any neighboring properties or County agency, will not result in any additional lots, and no services will be affected.  The staff finds that the request meets the requirements of the Larimer County Land Use Code.

 

The Development Services Team recommends approval of the Orton Sullivan Subdivision, Lots 13 & 14, Lot Consolidation, File #11-S3058, subject to the following conditions:

 

1.   All conditions of approval shall be met and the final resolution recorded by March 19, 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.

 

2.         PICO DAIRY MINOR LAND DIVISION, FILE #11-S3056:   The applicants propose to divide the 42+ acre property into two parcels:  one parcel of 2.3 acres, and a second parcel of remaining 39.7 acres.  The property has historically, and is currently being used as a dairy and the two existing homes were originally built at the turn of the century and in the 1930’s.  In order to accommodate a need for the new owners a farmstead was approved to rebuild the turn of the century home.  The owners have discovered that this has created a financing problem that requires the home be financed separate from the dairy and so now wish to separate the home from the dairy.  The rebuilt residence received farmstead approval and setback variances in 2010.

 

The homes on this property have existed as separate and legal uses for some time.  The farmstead was approved to deal with a timing issue to allow the rebuilding of one of the homes on the site.  The Minor Land Division will allow the owners of the dairy to finance the home separately from the commercial lending associated with the dairy.  There is no on or off site change or impacts associated with this request.  No referral has identified any issues with this proposal.

 

The Larimer County Engineering Department stated that they had no issues with this proposal and provided the following comments:

 

·   Notification and approval from the proper utility authorities is required if any easements are being vacated or modified in association with this request.

·   This project will access off of County Road 7.  The Larimer County Transportation Plan, adopted in November, 2006, functionally classifies this road as a Major Collector that requires a 100 foot right-of-way (50 foot half right-of-way).  In the next submittal, the existing and any proposed dedicated right-of-way and utility easements necessary to satisfy this requirement must be delineated on the preliminary and final plats.  Staff requests that any additional right-of-way dedications are noted on the plat.

·   The applicant should be aware that any further division and/or development of these parcels would require another application for land division and/or development review through an appropriate County planning process.  Drainage and erosion control issues, traffic impacts, road improvements, access requirements, geotechnical concerns, floodplain restrictions, setbacks, etc. that are associated with any development will need to be addressed during the County review period.

·   Staff assumes that any subsequent improvements to the site will not adversely impact the drainage patterns or create erosion problems in the area.  If drainage patterns are going to be changed, a drainage plan will need to be submitted to the Engineering Department for review and approval.

 

The Development Services Team has reviewed this Minor Land Division and finds that:

 

·   The proposed divisions are not a part of any prior approval of a land division or exemption.

·   The lot sizes meet the required minimum lot areas.

·   There are no additional or greater impacts to the areas or the public as a result of this division.

 

The Development Services Team recommends approval of the PICO Dairy Minor Land Division, File #11-S3056, subject to the following conditions and authorization for the chairman to sign the plat when the conditions are met, and the plat is present for signature:

 

1.   All conditions of this approval shall be met and the final plat recorded by March 19, 2012, or this approval shall be null and void.

 

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

 

3.         SKAER MINOR LAND DIVISION, FILE #11-S3057:   This is a request to divide the applicant’s 220+ acre property into three parcels.  Two of the proposed parcels would contain the existing homes (the first being 2.6 acres, the second being 16.8 acres), and the applicant proposes creating a third parcel consisting of 204+ acres that would have a restriction regarding future division into 35 acre parcels.  The 204+ acre parcel contains agricultural uses and several oil and gas well and appurtenant facilities.  The existing uses are not proposed to change as a result of the Minor Land Division.  Additionally, the applicants have proposed a restriction which would allow and limit future amended Minor Land Divisions to allow no more than five additional lots.  This is equivalent to the number of parcels that could be created by simple survey division of the parcel into 35 acre lots without Minor Land Division or other County approvals.

 

The homes on this property have existed as a separate and legal use for some time.  The farmstead was approved to deal with a timing issue to allow the rebuilding of one of the homes on the site.  The Minor Land Division will allow the owners to separate the residential uses from the balance of the farm.  There is no on or off site change or impacts associated with this request.  No referral has identified any issues with the proposal.  There are two ditches which adjoin the proposed lots, and the attorney for the ditch companies has proposed certain notes and agreements for the plat and properties.  The applicant has indicated that they have no conflict with the requirements of the ditch companies, will execute the agreements, and add the requested notes to the plat.

 

The Development Services Team has reviewed the Minor Land Division and finds that:

 

·   The proposed divisions are not a part of any prior approval of a land division or exemption.

·   The lot sizes meet the required minimum lot areas.

·   There are no additional impacts to the areas or the public as a result of this division.

 

The Development Services Team recommends approval of the Skaer Minor Land Division, File #11-S3057, subject to the following conditions, and authorization for the chairman 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 March 19, 2012, or this approval shall be null and void.

 

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

 

3.   The applicant will execute the agreements with the Home Supply and Big Thompson ditch companies and add the required notes to the plat as requested by Randolph Starr in his letters dated August 13, 2011.

 

M O T I O N

 

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

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

4.         LODGEPOLE INVESTMENTS CODE COMPLIANCE VIOLATION, FILE #11-CC0088:  In April of 2011, County planning staff members received a special events permit application referral for an event to take place May 21, 2011, on the north parcel noted above. Planning staff provided comments on the special events permit, raising no issues with the special event itself but noting the apparent absence of required land use and building approvals for existing business uses on the property.

 

Code Compliance staff members brought this issue to the attention of the Board of County Commissioners at a work session.  Code Compliance staff were directed to start a conversation with the property owner to discuss compliance options.

 

Code Compliance Officer Eric Fried later went to the site and introduced himself to Mr. Steele, registered agent of the owner, Lodgepole Investments. Mr. Fried explained the commercial uses on the property had not been reviewed or approved by Larimer County.  Mr. Steele indicated he knew the site was in line for changes due to highway reconstruction and possible annexation into Fort Collins.  Mr. Steele explained he had purchased the properties as an investment, but hoped to generate income in the meantime through a motorcycle business like the one he had in Denver. Because a prior motorcycle business had operated on the site, Mr. Steele may have assumed the use was allowed. Code Compliance Officer Fried then arranged a meeting between Mr. Steele and the County planning staff, who have also been discussing possible resolution of this issue with City of Fort Collins planning staff. These discussions are still in process.

 

BUSINESS USES :  Motorcycle sales, service and other businesses exist on both parcels.  Lodgepole Investments owns both parcels which were subdivided in 2000 by a Minor Land Division (Planning File No. 00-S1539). 

 

Business Uses on North Parcel—(7795 SW Frontage Road): 

 

·   The principal use is Steele’s Cycles North, owned by Rick Steele. There is also:

o   A U-Haul rental business;

o   An equestrian operation in the buildings west of the motorcycle business;

o   Vehicles for sale displayed outside;

o   Extensive signage on the building and fences; and

o   Motorcross track to the west.

 

Business Uses on South Parcel—(7801 SW Frontage Road, previously used as the Fossil Creek Veterinary Hospital): 

 

·   The principal use is A.C.E.S. (Auto Cycle Exchange Service), owned by Kurt Dimick, the former registered agent for Lodgepole Investments.  There is also:

o   Outdoor display and sales of motorcycles, cars, ATVs, jet skis and other vehicles;

o   Extensive signage; and

o   Equestrian operations in the rear. 

 

LAND USE CODE REQUIREMENTS :

 

·   Section 4.1.21 of the Larimer County Land Use Code requires approval of all listed commercial uses in AP-Airport zoning districts through the special review process. No such approval has been sought or obtained. Outdoor display and sales was not a use considered by the adopted version of the AP-Airport zoning district.

 

·   These parcels are located in the Fort Collins Growth Management Area.  Pursuant to the Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between Larimer County and Fort Collins, prior to applying for special review approval through Larimer County, the property owner must seek annexation into the City of Fort Collins.

 

·   These parcels are also located in an area subject to an interstate highway interchange upgrade, which is scheduled to begin in the near future.

 

Notice of this public meeting was mailed certified and regular mail to the owner of the subject property as well as by regular mail to all adjacent property owners within 500 feet of the property.

 

Current uses have not been reviewed or approved by Larimer County.  Prior to seeking approval through Larimer County, the owner is obligated to seek annexation into the City of Fort Collins.  The City Land Use Code does not allow annexation of properties that may not be in compliance with adopted County and/or City land use regulations.

 

There is extensive outdoor display and sales of merchandise as well as signage that does not appear to comply with Larimer County adopted codes. There are equestrian operations going through their own review process. There may be more than one principal commercial use.  Neighbors in the past have raised concerns with the motorcycle track in the northwestern part of the property just east of Eagle Ranch Estates. If the commercial uses are approved, change of occupancy building permits would be required for converting warehouses and/or residences to commercial uses (i.e. retail sales, vehicle repair, etc.).

 

Larimer County staff finds:

 

1.   The property is zoned AP-Airport.

 

2.   All listed commercial uses in the AP-Airport zoning district require approval through the special review process.  No approval has been obtained.

 

3.   The property is located within the Fort Collins Growth Management Area, obligating the property owner to seek annexation into the City of Fort Collins prior to applying for approval through Larimer County.  Alternatively, the City may determine a special review application should be processed through the County and conditioned to require annexation following approval.

 

Future configuration of the frontage road and on-ramps to I-25 may change the physical layout and uses possible on the property.  County staff, the City of Fort Collins and the property owner all recognize the long-term use of the property will comply with the I-25/State Highway 392 Interchange Corridor Activity Center Plan.

 

Staff recommends that a deadline be set for the property owner to submit a complete special review application to bring the properties into compliance with County regulations and authorize legal action if the deadline set by the Commissioners is not met. 

 

The established deadline should recognize the complexity of filing a special review application posed by coordinating with the City of Fort Collins pursuant to the IGA. Conversation between staff from the City and County and the property owner is occurring.  It appears a framework for the special review application can be developed which is acceptable to the City and to the property owner.  The City is writing a letter, which may be available by the time of the public meeting. This letter will specify the conditions under which Fort Collins would determine that a special review application can be accepted for processing. If a special review application is submitted, it will proceed through a standard review process which includes input from neighboring properties and referral agencies and a recommendation from the Planning Commission.

 

Rick Steele, managing director of Lodgepole Investments LLC, briefly discussed the company’s intentions of retaining the business at its current level of operations, and their desire to comply with the requirements. 

 

Chair Donnelly opened the hearing to public comment of which there was none.

 

Discussion ensued regarding the statements submitted by the City of Fort Collins, future annexation, current zoning, and the Special Review application procedure.  

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gaiter moved that the Board of County Commissioners find that a violation exists for Lodgepole Investments, LLC, for the properties located at 7795 S.W. Frontage Road and 7801 S.W. Frontage Road, Fort Collins, Colorado (Parcel numbers 86222-47-702 and 86222-47-701) and that a deadline of 90 days be set for the applicant to submit a completed special review application and authorize legal action if the application is not submitted by the deadline.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

There being no further business, the hearing adjourned at 3:45 p.m.

 

 

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2011

 

 

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:00 a.m. with Neil Gluckman, Assistant County Manager. Chair Donnelly presided and Commissioners Gaiter and Johnson were present. Also present were:  Mark Engemoen, Public Works; Angela Mead, Human Services; Under Sheriff Bill Nelson, and Captain Tim Palmer, Sheriff’s Office; Steve Balderson, Dave Rowe, David Bragg, Michael Kirk, and Andy Paratore, Facilities and Information Technology; Gary Darling, Criminal Justice; Bob Keister, Deni LaRue, and Donna Hart, Commissioner’s Office; Kathryn Rowe, Purchasing; Jeannine Haag, Bill Ressue, and George Hass, County Attorney’s Office; and Tamara Slusher, Deputy Clerk.

 

1.         PUBLIC COMMENT:  Jeff Smith addressed the Board raising concerns regarding the renting out the fairground facility and the inventory of items on site.  The Board ensured Mr. Smith that Mr. Engemoen would contact him regarding his comments.

 

Eric Sutherland provided comment on his concerns with Urban Renewal Authority, a recent City of Fort Collins Tax Increment Financing (TIF) award, and its impacts on other local tax districts.  The Board thanked Mr. Sutherland for his comments and assured him they are aware of the situation and have drafted a letter to the City of Fort Collins to address this issue.

 

Mel Hilgenberg offered comments on issues related to Larimer County and stated his desired for the Board and County staff to escalate their public relations efforts regarding the upcoming jail tax issue on the 2011 ballot.

2.         APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES FOR THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 12, 2011:

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gaiter moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the minutes for the week of September 12, 2011.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

3.         REVIEW OF THE SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 26, 2011:   Ms. Hart reviewed the schedule for the upcoming week.

 

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 Larimer County Assessor, the following petition for abatement is approved:  Oakridge Innovation, LLLP.

 

09202011R001           RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING COMPENSATION FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY APPOINTED OFFICIAL DAWN DOWNS

 

09202011R002           RESOLUTION FOR CONVEYANCE BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF LARIMER COUNTY, COLORADO, AND QUIT CLAIM DEED FOR THE TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP OF THE 1.75 ACRES STRAUSS CABIN PARCEL TO THE CITY OF FORT COLLINS

 

LIQUOR LICENSES:  The following licenses were approved and issued:  American Legion Post #4 – Special Event 6% – Fort Collins; and Fort Collins Elks Lodge BPOE 804 – Special Event 6% – Fort Collins.  The following licenses were issued:  Colorado Rogues – Special Event 6% - Fort Collins; Horsetooth Productions – Special Event 6% - Wellington; and Campsite Pizza – Retail Liquor Store – Fort Collins.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

5.         FAMILY DAY – A DAY TO EAT DINNER WITH YOUR CHILDREN PROCLAMATION:   Ms. Mead explained the details of this proclamation and asked that the Board recognize September 21, 2011, as “Family Day – A Day to Eat Dinner with your Children.”

 

Commissioner Gaiter read the proclamation aloud.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gaiter moved that the Board of County Commissioners proclaim September 21, 2011, as Family Day – A Day to Eat Dinner with your Children.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

6.         SHARED COST OF SHERIFF RECORDS MANAGEMENT WITH FORT COLLINS POLICE SERVICES:   Under Sheriff Nelson provided information regarding the current agreement between the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office and the Fort Collins Police Department to share the costs associated with maintenance and upgrades on Tiburon, their shared records management system.  Discussion ensued regarding the usage percentages for each entity, potential upgrade costs, and funding sources.  Under Sheriff Nelson stated that a letter is being drafted to restate the cost sharing agreement between the two entities, and asked that the Board be prepared to sign the letter when it is presented.  The Board agreed that the letter could be placed on the consent agenda for the week of September 26, 2011.

 

7.         SALES TAX FUNDS TO UPGRADE THE RADIO SYSTEM AT LARIMER COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER :  Captain Palmer, Mr. Balderson, Mr. Kirk, Mr. Rowe, and Mr. Paratore provided details regarding the radio system upgrade, the benefits to emergency services staff, and possible future upgrades for other facilities.  Discussion ensued regarding accommodations needed in new construction and plans for retro-fitting existing buildings.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve $15,000 in sales tax funding for the purchase and installation of the needed new radio system equipment to meet International Fire Code requirements.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

8.         UPDATE ON THE MIDPOINT CAMPUS PROJECTS, AND THE FUNDING OF COUNTYWIDE COMPONENTS REPLACEMENT PLAN:  Mr. Kirk, Mr. Paratore, Mr. Bragg, Ms. Rowe, Mr. Darling, and Mr. Keister provided an update on the many construction projects, both proposed and ongoing, in the County including:  Midpoint Campus projects, the County-wide component replacement plan, Alternative Sentencing building construction, Sheriff Administration building expansion, and the Community Corrections building expansion.  Much discussion ensued regarding the funding sources, the increase in the proposed project budgets, and capital expenditure fund uses.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gaiter moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve dissolving the previous motion made on July 6, 2010, regarding the approval and funding of the ASD Building and ASU remodel.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gaiter moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve spending $11,446,547 to construct a new Alternative Sentencing building, and $2,500,000 to remodel the existing building where the Alternative Sentencing Unit currently resides to be used as a low risk jail area/re-entry unit, and $2,363,175 for Midpoint Campus site work totaling $16,309,722.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gaiter moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve funding sources to cover the $16,309,722 to be comprised of:  $9,577,505 from Larimer County General Reserve Fund with $5,027,505 being transferred to Fund 512 and $5,050,000 being transferred to Fund 608; with $500,000 from CJIS Reserves being transferred to fund 512; $2,500,000 from CJIS Reserves; and $3,732,217 from Fund 512.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

9.         CONSTRUCTION AGREEMENTS FOR FACILITIES PROJECTS:   Ms. Rowe, Mr. Bragg, Mr. Darling, and Mr. Kirk explained that the purpose of this agenda item is to approve the construction agreements outlined above.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve four construction contracts consisting of:  Alternative Sentencing Department New Building of $8,005,531; Community Corrections Building Expansion of $554,500; Sheriff’s Office Building Expansion of $2,991,500; and Midpoint Campus Master Drainage Improvements and Site Work of $2,129,900.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

09202011A001           COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS BUILDING EXPANSION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF LARIMER COUNTY AND DOHN CONSTRUCTION, INC.

 

09202011A002           CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT FOR ALTERNATIVE SENTENCING DEPARTMENT NEW BUILDING BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF LARIMER COUNTY AND DOHN CONSTRUCTION, INC.

 

09202011A003           MIDPOINT CAMPUS MASTER DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS AND SITE WORK AGREEMENT  BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF LARIMER COUNTY AND DOHN CONSTRUCTION, INC.

 

09202011A004           SHERIFF’S OFFICE BUILDING EXPANSION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF LARIMER COUNTY AND DOHN CONSTRUCTION, INC.

 

10.       ASSISTANT COUNTY MANAGER WORKSESSION:   Mr. Gluckman had no items to discuss.

 

11.       COMMISSIONER ACTIVITY REPORTS:  The Board detailed their attendance at events during the previous week.

 

12.       LEGAL MATTERS:  Ms. Haag requested that the Board go into executive session for the purpose of receiving legal advice.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gaiter moved that the Board of County Commissioners go into executive session for the purpose of receiving legal advice as outlined in 24-6-402(4)(b) C.R.S.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

Mr. Hass requested that the Board go into executive session for the purpose of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions regarding Third Party Administrator.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners go into executive session for the purpose of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions regarding Third Party Administrator.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

There being no further business, the Board recessed at 11:50 a.m.

 

 

 

ABATEMENT HEARING

 

The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 1:30 p.m.  Chair Donnelly presided and Commissioners Johnson and Gaiter were present.  Also present were David Muse, John Cowling, and Alexis Smith, Assessor’s Office; Gael Cookman, Clerk and Recorder’s office; Michael Van Donselaar, representation for Agilent Technologies  Inc. (property owner); and Tamara Slusher, Deputy Clerk. 

 

1.         PETITION FOR ABATEMENT, PARCEL NUMBERS 95231-00-018, 95231-17-001, 95231-29-001, 95231-29-002, 95233-05-001, 95233-06-001, 95233-28-003, 95233-30-002, 95234-15-004, 95234-18-002:  Mr. Muse described the location, zoning, and condition of the subject property, as well as the methodology used by the Assessor’s Office to arrive at a value of $20,928,970 for the tax years 2009 and 2010.

 

Mr. Van Donselaar, of Duff & Phelps LLC, presented appraisals, comparables, and statistical market information to support the property owner’s, Agilent Technologies Inc., requested value of $8,000,000. 

 

Much discussion ensued regarding resale value, water rights, property zoning, and comparables.  The Board ultimately agreed with the value imposed by the Assessor’s Office, stating that the value was fair and equitable for the tax years 2009 and 2010, but would decrease in years to come.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved to deny the Petition for Abatement for parcel numbers 95231-00-018, 95231-17-001, 95231-29-001, 95231-29-002, 95233-05-001, 95233-06-001, 95233-28-003, 95233-30-002, 95234-15-004, and 95234-18-002, and uphold the value of $20,928,970 for the tax years 2009 and 2010.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

There being no further business, the hearing adjourned at 2:25 p.m.

 

 

 

 

__________________________________________

   TOM DONNELLY, CHAIR

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

 

 

 SCOTT DOYLE

CLERK AND RECORDER

 

ATTEST:

 

 

______________________________________

Tamara L. Slusher, Deputy Clerk

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