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MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

 

Monday, May 7, 2012

 

LAND USE HEARING

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 3:00 p.m. with Matt Lafferty, Principle Planner. Chair Pro-Tem Johnson presided and Commissioner Donnelly was present. Also present were:  Karin Madson, Planning Department; Candace Phippen, Building and Code Compliance Department; Doug Ryan, Environmental Health Department; Eric Tracy, Engineering Department; William Ressue, County Attorney’s Office; and Gael Cookman, Deputy Clerk.

           

Chair Pro-Tem Johnson opened the hearing with the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

Mr. Lafferty then requested that item #2, pertaining to the Land Use Code Amendments, be moved to the consent agenda. 

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners move item #2, Amendments to the Larimer County Land Use Code Housekeeping, File #12-CA0122, to the consent agenda.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

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

 

1.  LEWIS APPEAL, FILE #12-PSP0029:  This is a request to appeal the requirements of Section 4.3.10.H.1.d. of the Larimer County Land Use Code to allow an Accessory Living Area to be 852 square feet. 

 

The applicants propose to utilize an existing structure on the property that has been converted to an Accessory Living Area (ALA).  There are two structures on the property; a 2374 square foot single-family dwelling and the 852 square foot accessory living area.  The structure was never permitted as anything except as a garage or shop.  The structure is currently part of an active code compliance case (file #11-CC0261) and was converted to a residence from a utility building in approximately 1992.

 

The ALA regulations allow the accessory unit to be up to 800 square feet or 40% of the main house square footage exclusive of basements and garages, not to exceed 800 square feet.  The main house is over 2000 square feet so 800 square feet would be allowed.  The proposal is to allow the applicant to obtain a building permit for conversion of the existing structure to the ALA at 852 square feet. 

 

The Development Services Team finds that the proposed appeals, allowing addition square footage to an Accessory Living Area, by allowing the existing square footage to be utilized will:

  • Not subvert the purpose of the standard or requirement.
  • Not be detrimental to the public health, safety or property values in the neighborhood.
  • Be the minimum action necessary.
  • Not result in increased costs to the general public.
  • Be consistent with the intent and purpose of the Code.

 

The Development Services Team recommends approval of the Lewis Appeal file # 12-PSP0029, subject to the following condition(s):

1.   The approval is limited to conversion of the existing 852 square foot building. 

2.   The applicant shall obtain a building permit for the accessory living area within by July 15, 2012.  All required inspections must be completed, and the owner must obtain a Final Inspection Approval within 1 year of the building permit(s) issuance. 

3.   All applicable fees, including building permit fees, shall apply to this use.  Transportation Capital Expansion Fees will not be charged since the date of construction was prior to the adoption of these fees, which was in 1999.

 

2.  AMENDMENTS TO THE LARIMER COUNTY LAND USE CODE HOUSEKEEPING, FILE #12-CA0122:  This is a request to make several housekeeping changes to Sections 3.4.E., 3.6.D., 4.9.1.A.,0.1 definitions, 12.2.10., 5.8.5.B.1.a., 12.3.1., 4.1.2., 4.1.3., 4.1.5., 4.1.6., 4.1.8., 4.1.9., 4.1.10., 4.1.14., 4.1.15., 4.1.16., 4.1.17., 4.1.18., 4.1.19., 4.1.21., the Section 4.1 Zoning Table, 8.2.2.E., 5.13.4.C.5.1., 5.3.3., 5.8.5.C.5.(1)(p), 5.7.3.B.,  and 12.1.D.

 

These proposed housekeeping amendments were presented to the Planning Commission on April 18, 2012.  There we no comments on the amendments and they were moved to the consent agenda.

 

The Planning Commission recommends to the Board of County Commissioners approval of the Amendments to the Larimer County Land Use Code  - housekeeping items, file #12-CA0122, as follows:

1 .   Amend Section 3.4.E. as follows: 

E.  If there is uncertainty about the location of a zoning district boundary or other feature shown on the   official zoning maps, a determination will be made by the planning director. That decision can be   appealed to the board of adjustment county commissioners

2.   Amend Section 3.6.D as follows:

D.   Projects under review prior to code adoption or subsequent amendment. Any complete application for preliminary plat, preliminary phase plan, special review or rezoning submitted to the planning department for review prior to the adoption of this code will be reviewed under regulations in effect on the date of the application.

A project under review must proceed through the process in a timely manner. Any preliminary plat, preliminary phase plan, special review or rezoning not heard by county commissioners within six months of the adoption date of this code must comply with this code.

Any complete application for special exception or variance filed with the board of adjustment county commissioners prior to adoption of this code or subsequent amendment will be reviewed under regulations in effect on the date of the application. Any such application for special exception or variance not heard by the board of adjustment within six months of the adoption date of this code must comply with this code.

 

3.   Amend Section 4.9.1.A.. as follows:

5. U.S. Highway 34 from Mourning Morning Drive east to the Weld County line.

 

4.   Amend to 0.1 definitions of “Junk vehicle” as follows:

 

Junk vehicle. A vehicle that is inoperable (unable to move under its own power), or is partially or totally dismantled or has all or portions of its body work missing or substantially damaged or is not registered with the State of Colorado as required by C.R.S. § 42-3-103 or by C.R.S. §§ 42-12-102 42-12-401 and 42-12103 42-12-402, and/or the number plate assigned to it is not permanently attached to the vehicle as required by C.R.S. § 42-3-123 42-3-202 or is lacking proper equipment to the extent that would be unsafe or illegal to use on public road rights-of-way or otherwise not equipped with lamps and other equipment as required by C.R.S. §§ 42-4-202—42-2-227 42-4-227. This definition does not include implements of husbandry, farm tractors, farm or ranch equipment or vehicles customarily operated in a farm or ranch operation.

 

5.    Amend the first paragraph of  Section 12.2.10 as follows:

The Rural Land Use Advisory Board (RLUAB) is appointed by county commissioners. It is comprised of seven nine members who serve three-year staggered terms.  Initial appointments are as follows: Two members having one-year terms; two members having two-year terms; and three members having three-year terms. The RLUAB will:

 

6.   Amend Section 5.8.5.B.1.a. as follows:

1.  A rural land use center (RLUC) is hereby created. The RLUC's purpose is to promote the purposes and objectives of the Larimer County Rural Land Use Process through negotiation. The following persons and groups will comprise the RLUC:

a.  Rural land use advisory board (RLUAB): The county commissioners will appoint the RLUAB. The RLUAB will be comprised of nine members who will serve three-year staggered terms. Appointments to the RLUAB by the board of county commissioners will represent a cross section of the county. The RLUAB:

(1)  Note: no change to this section.

(2)  Note: no change to this section.

(3)  Will promote the principles, purposes, and objectives of the rural land use process. Appointments to the RLUAB by the board of county commissioners will represent a cross section of the county.

 

7.  Amend the paragraph following the table in Section 12.3.1. as follows:

Legal notice of each public hearing must be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the area of the proposed project. The notice must include the date, time and place of the public hearing; a general description of the proposed project; a general description of its location; the legal description of the property; and the place where the application can be reviewed. The affidavit of publication is evidence of proof of publication. Notice of amendments to the text of this Code and legislative amendments to the official zoning map must be published in at least two newspapers of general circulation.

 

8.   In 1999 the previous Zoning Resolution (red book) was translated to the new Land Use Code.  When this code was adopted, there we some uses that were inadvertently left out of some zoning districts. Staff has completed a comparative analysis and determined that the following uses should be added to the current code.  This amendment corrects errors and adds the uses that were mistakenly left out.   Add the following uses under the appropriate category and renumber (#) the lists accordingly.

Add to Section 4.1.2. - FA-1 Farming:

      Recreational

#. Membership club (S)

#. Shooting range (S)

 

Add to Section 4.1.3. - FO-Forestry:

Recreational

#. Shooting range (S)

Agricultural

#. Feedyard (S)

#. Garden Supply Center (S)

 

Add to Section 4.1.5. - O-Open:

      Recreational

#. Membership Club (S)

 

Add to Section 4.1.6. - E-Estate:

            Agricultural

#. Farm (R)

 

Add to Section 4.1.6. - E-1 Estate:

            Agricultural

#. Farm (R)

 

Add to Section 4.1.8. - RE-Rural estate:

      Agricultural

      #. Commercial poultry farm (S)

      #. Feedyard (S)

#. Sod farm or nursery (R)

      #. Tree farm (R)

 

Add to Section 4.1.9. - RE-1 Rural estate:

Agricultural

#. Farm (R)

 

Add to Section 4.1.10. - R-Residential:

Agricultural

#. Farm (R)

 

Add to Section 4.1.14. - M-1 Multiple-family:

Accommodation

#. Boarding/ rooming house (S)

 

Add to Section 4.1.15. - A-Accommodations:

      Recreational

#. Country club (S)

#. Golf course (S)

 

Add to Section 4.1.16. - T-Tourist:

Institutional

#. School, non-public (S)

Recreational

#. Country club (S)

#. Golf course (S)

Accommodation

#. Boarding/ rooming house (S)

 

Add to Section 4.1.17. – B-Business:

Institutional

#. Community Hall (SP)

Recreational

#. Country club (S)

#. Golf course (S)

Accommodation

#. Resort lodge/resort cabins (SP)

 

Add to Section 4.1.18. - C-Commercial:

Institutional

#. Community Hall (SP)

 

Add to Section 4.1.19. - I-Industrial:

Institutional

#. Community Hall (SP)

#. Rehabilitation facility (SP)

#. School, non-public (SP)

Accommodation

#. Hotel/motel (SP)

 

Add to Section 4.1.21. - AP-Airport:

Commercial

#. Flea market (S)

Institutional

#. Rehabilitation facility (S)

 

9.   Add the above uses into the zoning table as follows (note these are not listed in any particular order):

Category

Use

FA

FA-1

FO

FO-1

O

E

E-1

RE

RE-1

R

R-1

R-2

M

M-1

A

T

B

C

I

I-1

RFLB

AP

Accommodation

Boarding/

Rooming House

S

S

S

S

Accommodation

Resort Lodge/ Resort Cabins

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

Accommodation

Hotel/Motel

SP

SP

SP

SP

SP

SP

S

Agricultural

Garden Supply Center

S

S

S

S

SP

S

Agricultural

Feedyard

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

Agricultural

Farm

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

Agricultural

Commercial Poultry Farm

S

S

S

S

S

Agricultural

Sod Farm or Nursery

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

Agricultural

Tree Farm

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

Commercial

Flea Market

SP/S

SP/S

S

Institutional

School, Nonpublic

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

Institutional

Community Hall

MS/S

MS/S

MS/S

SP

SP

SP

SP/S

MS/S

Institutional

Rehabilitation Facility

S

SP

SP

SP

S

Recreational

Membership Club

S

S

SP

SP

SP

SP

SP

S

Recreational

Shooting Range

S

S

S

SP/S

SP/S

Recreational

Golf Course

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

Recreational

Country Club

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

 

10.   Correct the following sections due to the renaming of the Colorado Division of Wildlife to Colorado Parks and Wildlife:

8.2.2.E. - Applicability.

E.  Wetland and wildlife habitat restoration, creation and/or enhancement that improves the wetland's function if the activity proposed is approved by the appropriate agency, such as the Army Corps of Engineers or Colorado Division of Wildlife  Colorado Parks and Wildlife; or

 

5.13.4.C. 5.l.

l.  Colorado Division of Wildlife  Colorado Parks and Wildlife;

 

5.3.3.   Definitions

Environmentally sensitive area. An area with one or more of the following environmental characteristics: floodplains; geologic hazards; drainage areas; topographical conditions that may affect development; wildfire hazards; special places of Larimer County; wetlands; mineral resources; habitat for plants and animals identified by the federal government as threatened or endangered or proposed for threatened or endangered status; habitat for plants and animals identified as important species by the Colorado Division of Wildlife  Colorado Parks and Wildlife; and habitat for plants and animals identified by the Colorado Natural Heritage Program as ranking G1 and G2.

5.8.5.C.5.(1)(p) Referrals:

 (p)  Colorado Division of Wildlife  Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

 

11. One of the review criteria for amended plats and lot consolidations could use clarification.  Change Section 5.7.3.B. to read:

B. Except for lot consolidations, tThe resultant lots will meet the required minimum lot size of the applicable zoning district and the lot dimension ratio required by subsection 8.14.1.H. If any of the lots are nonconforming with respect to the minimum lot size or the lot dimension ratio, the amended plat must not increase the nonconformity.

 

  1.  State statute requires that a prior years taxes be paid prior to recording a plat for an application that changes property boundaries.  The language in our code is unclear.  Change Section 12.1.D. to read:

D. Property tax certificate. Property Taxes.   Any application for a procedure that results in a public hearing or change to property boundaries must include proof that all ad valorem taxes, applicable to the lots for years prior to that year in which approval is granted, have been paid. a certificate of taxes due. The applicant can contact the county treasurer to order a certificate.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the consent agenda, as presented and outlined above.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

3.  RUBBISH ORDINANCE AMENDMENT 2ND READING:   Larimer County Ordinance No. 04212008-001 concerning accumulation and removal of rubbish (“Rubbish Ordinance”), effective May 24, 2008, was adopted, in part, to streamline an enforcement process for complaints associated with rubbish, derelict/unlicensed vehicles, illegal outdoor storage and other junk.

 

Revisions to Colorado Revised Statutes requires an amendment to Section 30-254 of the Rubbish ordinance with regards to the definition of Rubbish.  The first reading of the proposed amendment was on Monday, April 16, 2012.

 

Mr. Ressue presented and read the proposed changed to the Rubbish Ordinance, as follows:

 

 

PROPOSED AMENDMENT:

 

Amend the last sentence of the definition “rubbish” to read “Rubbish does not include collector’s items properly stored in accordance with SECTION 42-12-402 42-12-103, Colorado Revised Statutes”.

 

Staff recommends approval of the amendment to the Rubbish Ordinance to the last sentence of the definition “rubbish” to read “Rubbish does not include collector’s items properly stored in accordance with SECTION 42-12-402 42-12-103, Colorado Revised Statutes”.

 

There was no public comment or discussion on this item.

 

M  O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the final reading of the Amendment to the Rubbish Ordinance, File # 12-CA0123 as outlined above.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

The hearing adjourned at 3:05 p.m., with no further action taken.

 

 

TUESDAY, MAY 8, 2012

 

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS MEETING

 

The Board of County Commissioners met a 9:00 a.m. with Frank Lancaster, County Manager. Chair Gaiter presided and Commissioners Donnelly and Johnson were present. Also present were:  Donna Hart and Deni LaRue, Commissioners’ Office; Undersheriff Bill Nelson, Captain Coleman, and Justin Whitesell, Sheriff’s Department; Carol Block, and Tracy Hines, Finance Department; Martina Wilkerson, and Mark Peterson, Engineering Department;  David Ayraud, County Attorney’s Office; and Melissa Lohry, Deputy Clerk.

 

1.         PUBLIC COMMENT:  Mel Hilgenberg thanked the Board for the opportunity to meet the applicants for the county manager position.  He also provided comments in opposition of moving the CSU stadium on campus and of a proposed roundabout in the community. 

 

Ray Bergner provided the Board with a handout opposing the same roundabout, stating that his main concern was road safety.

 

Rosemary Van Gorder made comments regarding the Human Services programs for child protection, and stated that in her opinion the program is skewed and is not strengthening and/or unifying the families.  She urged the Board to please listen to the folks on the parenting side of this issue.

 

2.         APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 30, 2012: 

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the minutes for the week of April 30, 2012.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

3.         REVIEW OF THE SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 14, 2012:   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 follows:

 

PETITIONS FOR ABATEMENT:  As recommended by the County Assessor, the following Petitions for Abatements were denied:  Bighorn Mountain Lodge; Joleen Bolin; James Ehlers; Michael Geary; Barbara Haber (2 parcels); Mary Lenahan; Richard Roark (4 parcels); and George Sweeten.  The following Petition for Abatement was approved:  US Bank National Association.

 

05082012A001           DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CARE POLICY & FINANCING CONTRACT AMENDEMENT NO. 3 BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, LARIMER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES AND THE STATE OF COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CARE POLICY & FINANCING

 

05082012A002           FY12 FEDERAL EMERGENCY UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION (EUC) FUNDS EXPENDITURE AUTHORIZATION TO BE INCORPORATED INTO THE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, THE LARIMER COUNTY WORKFORCE CENTER AND THE COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT

 

05082012A003           FY11 H-1B TECHNICAL SKILLS TRAINING GRANT EXPENDITURE AUTHORIZATION TO BE INCORPORATED INTO THE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, THE LARIMER COUNTY WORKFORCE CENTER AND THE COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT AS AN ATTACHMENT

 

05082012R001           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE AMENDED PLAT OF LOTS 6, 7, 8, AND 9, BLOCK 6, IN THE TOWN OF WINONA

 

MISCELLANEOUS:   Promoting Safe and Stable Families Program Reapplication; Stipulation as to Tax Years 2007-2009 Actual Value – DirectTV.

 

LIQUOR LICENSES:  The following licenses were approved and/or issued:  Elks Lodge #804 – Special Event Permit 6% - Fort Collins; Mountain View Youth Athletics – Special Event Permit 6% - Loveland; Turning Point – Special Event Permit 6% - Fort Collins; Windjammer Roadhouse – Modification of Premises – Loveland; Aspen Lodge – Hotel & Restaurant w/Optional Premises – Estes Park.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

5.   FIRST READING OF THE OPEN BURNING ORDINANCE:   Undersheriff Nelson presented the proposed ordinance for open burning, noting that there were some figures missing regarding the penalty fines for individuals found in violation of the ordinance.  Discussion ensued and the Board requested a worksession with Undersheriff Nelson and Mr. Whitesell in order to solidify the ordinance.  (No motion is required for the first reading of an ordinance.)

 

6.   APPROVAL OF A RESOLUTION TO OFFICIALLY END THE COURTHOUSE SALES AND USE EARLY:   Ms. Block presented a resolution to officially end the .2% courthouse sales and use tax that was approved in 1997 to build and/or renovate county buildings.  Ms. Block stated that the projects have all been funded and so there is no further need to collect the sales tax.   Commissioner Donnelly read the resolution aloud.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve a resolution terminating the county-wide courthouse sales and use tax.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

05082012R002           RESOLUTION TERMINATING COUNTY-WIDE COURTHOUSE SALES AND USE TAX

 

7. REQUEST FROM AVAGO FOR PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX WAIVER FOR INCREMENTAL CLEAN ROOM EXPANSION:  Mr. Lancaster presented a request from Avago for a personal property tax waiver for their Incremental Clean Room Expansion.  Josh Burkes, Economic Health Director for the City of Fort Collins, explained that the city would like to partner with Larimer County and Avago in order to draw this project to the area, as it will create 136 new jobs with an annual salary of $44,000, in addition to construction jobs, etc.  Discussion ensued regarding the dollar amounts each entity would contribute, and the economic benefits to the community.  Consensus of the Board was to work with the City of Fort Collins and support this effort.  

 

8.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT (IGA) REGARDING A STAND-ALONE FACILITY FOR FORENSIC DISCIPLINES FOR THE NORTHERN REGIONAL LAB GROUP:  Mr. Ayraud and Captain Coleman presented the IGA for the Northern Regional Crime Lab for the Board’s consideration and approval.  Much discussion ensued regarding the cost of operations and maintenance, and building depreciation, and how that cost would be distributed amongst all the entities involved.  Mr. Ayraud will contact the Weld County Commissioners for further clarification on this matter.

 

9.  TRANSIT VISION STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBERS REQUEST:   Ms. Wilkinson explained that the Transit Vision Steering Committee is requesting one commissioner and two citizens to sit on this committee to conduct research to see if it makes sense to consolidate services amongst neighboring communities.  The Board agreed that Commissioner Donnelly should be the elected official representative and the two citizens would be chosen through the normal section process.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners appoint Commissioner Tom Donnelly to the Transit Vision Steering Committee. 

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

11.    WORKSESSION:  Mr. Lancaster explained that he will need to be replaced as the representative on the Poudre Heritage Alliance Governing Board, and recommended Gary Buffington as his replacement.  The Board agreed and the following action was taken:

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners appoint Gary Buffington to replace Frank Lancaster on the Poudre Heritage Alliance Governing Board.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

12.    COMMISSIONER ACTIVITY REPORTS:   The Board discussed their activities at events during the past week.

 

13.   LEGAL MATTERS:  There were no legal matters to discuss.

 

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 10:30 a.m.

 

 

LIQUOR LICENSE HEARING FOR THE FORKS LLC

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 1:30 p.m. with Linda Connors, Assistant County Attorney. Chair Pro-Tem Johnson presided and Commissioner Donnelly was present. Also present were: Donna Loar, Clerk and Recorder’s Office; and Melissa Lohry, Deputy Clerk.

 

Ms. Lohry put Scott Jennings, applicant, under oath and Ms. Connors explained that the Board was to consider a tavern liquor license application for The Forks LLC, doing business as Pryme Tyme @ The Forks, a proposed restaurant located at 17685 North County Road 287, Livermore, Colorado, second floor. Ms. Connors further explained that the Board will also consider a retail (3.2%) fermented beverage license for The Forks LLC, doing business as The Forks Food N’ Fuel, located at 17685 North County Road 287, Livermore, Colorado, first floor. She reviewed the contents of the application, and presented Exhibit A, photos depicting the posting of the premises for both licenses, and Exhibit B, the petition demonstrating the needs and desires of the surrounding neighborhood. Mr. Jennings stated that due to the rural nature of the site, some of the property owners in the area were not easily reached due to long driveways, no trespassing signs, and locked gates. Additionally, the fire department refused to sign the petition; therefore, Mr. Jennings marked that they were opposed to the applications.

 

Ms. Connors asked Mr. Jennings to detail his experience with Colorado liquor laws and he stated that he currently holds liquor licenses in other municipalities and he has only had one infraction, an instance of distributing to a minor, which resulted in the firing of the responsible employee. Mr. Jennings also noted that in an effort to thwart possible infractions, his policy is to allow only managers to serve alcohol.

 

Ms. Connors noted that there was no public present for comment and the Board had no questions.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve a tavern liquor license application for The Forks LLC, doing business as Pryme Tyme @ The Forks, a proposed restaurant located at 17685 North County Road 287, Livermore, Colorado, second floor; and a retail (3.2%) fermented beverage license for The Forks LLC, doing business as The Forks Food N’ Fuel, located at 17685 North County Road 287, Livermore, Colorado, first floor.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

There being no further business, the Board adjourned at 3:00 p.m.

 

 

__________________________________________

   LEW GAITER III, CHAIR

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

SCOTT DOYLE

CLERK AND RECORDER

 

ATTEST:

 

______________________________________

Gael M. Cookman, Deputy Clerk

 

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Melissa E. Lohry, Deputy Clerk