County Offices, Courts and the Landfill will be closed Monday, May 25 in observance of Memorial Day. Critical services at Larimer County will not be disrupted by this closure.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MARCH 8, 1993 SUBDIVISIONS (#169) The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:00 a.m. in regular session with John Barnett, Director of Planning. Chairman Hotchkiss presided; Commissioners Disney and Duvall were present. Also present were: Al Kadera, Subdivision Administrator; Russ Legg, Development Processing Administrator; Carol Evans, Associate Planner; Richael Michels, Planner; Elaine Spencer, Director of General Engineering Services; Jerry Blehm, Environmental Health; Rex Smith, Director of Public Works; Jeannine Haag, Assistant County Attorney; and Bill Gordon, County Administrator. Recording Clerk, S. Graves. Mr. Barnett noted that the Mielke Minor Residential Development Agenda item has been withdrawn, as requested by the applicant. Mr. Barnett stated that the following two items are consent items and will not be discussed unless requested by the Commissioners or members of the audience. 1. CRYSTAL LAKES 6TH FILING AMENDED PLAT (#93-SA0244): NE 1/4 01-10-74; THREE MILES NORTHWEST OF RED FEATHER LAKES; 1.15 ACRES; 1 LOT. (3-8-93) This is a request to eliminate the lot line between Lots 10 and 33 creating one lot of 1.154 acres. Staff Findings include: 1) The Crystal Lakes 6th Filing was recorded in 1972; 2) The proposed Amended Plat would consolidate two smaller lots into one lot of 1.15 acres; 3) The County Engineering and Health Departments have reviewed this proposed Amended Plat and have stated no objections; 4) All utility companies serving this area have reviewed the proposed Amended Plat and have stated their conditions or no objections. Staff Recommendation is for approval of the proposed Amended Plat of Lots 10 and 33 of Crystal Lakes 6th Filing with the following condition: 1) A 10-foot easement must be shown on either side of any existing Poudre Valley REA facilities on these lots. 2. JOHNSON'S SUBDIVISION AMENDED PLAT - ADDENDUM (#92-SA0246): SE 1/4 13-04-69; NORTH SIDE OF STATE HIGHWAY 56, 1/3 MILE WEST OF THE COUNTY LINE; 9.66 ACRES; 2 LOTS; FA1-FARMING ZONING (3-8-93) This is a request for an Amended Plat of Lots 15 and 16 to reconfigure lot lines. Staff Findings are: 1) Johnson's Subdivision was recorded in 1900; 2) The proposed Amended Plat would adjust the boundary lines of Lots 15 and 16; 3) The County Health and Engineering Departments have reviewed the proposed Amended Plat and stated no objections; 4) Utility companies serving the area have reviewed the proposed Amended Plat and stated no objections; 5) The Colorado Division of Highways has reviewed this request and made certain recommendations for conditions of approval for the Amended Plat. Staff Recommendation is for approval of the proposed Amended Plat of Lots 15 and 16, Johnson's Subdivision, with the following conditions: 1) The Final Plat shall reserve additional right-of-way on Colorado Highway 56 as requested by the State Division of Highways; 2) A shared access to Colorado Highway 56 is required. M O T I O N Commissioner Disney moved that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and Recommendations and approve the Crystal Lakes 6th Filing Amended Plat (#93-SA0244), and the Johnson's Subdivision Amended Plat Addendum (#93-SA0246); each, with the conditions as outlined. Motion carried 3 - 0. 3. NON-AGENDA ITEMS: -- Resolution Concerning House Bill 1285: Mr. Barnett requested Board approval and the Chairman's signature on a Resolution Concerning House Bill 1285 on Obsolete Subdivisions. Mr. Barnett noted this legislation concerns authority of local governments in Colorado to vacate the plats of obsolete subdivisions; the Bill has passed the House and comes before the Senate on March 16, 1993. M O T I O N Commissioner Disney moved that the Board adopt a Resolution Concerning House Bill 1285, the Obsolete Subdivision Bill, indicating Board support and approval of the passage of this Bill; with copies of the Resolution to be sent to Representative Strom, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and the President of the Senate of the General Assembly of the State of Colorado. Motion carried 3 - 0. R93-32g RESOLUTION CONCERNING HOUSE BILL 1285, THE OBSOLETE SUBDIVISION BILL -- National Highway System Proposed by CDOT: Ms. Spencer requested a letter of support from the Board of County Commissioners concerning the National Highway System excluding US 287 from Longmont north to Fort Col lins. As Colorado plans to submit a request to the Federal Highway Administration to increase the NHS mileage in Colorado, and as US 287 from Longmont to Fort Collins has real significance as a major connector to this region, it is highly recommended that this section of highway be included as part of the National Highway System. CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was for Ms. Spencer to prepare a letter for the Board's approval and signatures supporting this request; this letter to be sent to A. Ray Chamberlain, Executive Director Colorado Department of Transportation, Transportation Commissioner Bill Neal, and the City Managers in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Berthoud. The meeting recessed at 9:20 a.m. MEETING REGARDING FINANCING STRATEGY FOR PARKS MASTER PLAN (#169 @ 1044) The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 1:30 p.m. in regular session with John MacFarlane, Director of Parks. Chairman Hotchkiss presided; Commissioners Disney and Duvall were present. Also present were: K-Lynn Cameron, Parks Planner; Rex Smith, Director of Public Works; Debra Stillwell, Parks Administrative Manager; Ken Ashley, Member Parks Board; and Bill Gordon, County Administrator. Recording Clerk, S. Graves. Mr. MacFarlane reviewed the Larimer County Parks Department Conservation Trust Fund Ten-Year Projection Outline with the Board and noted that the intent of this projection is to illustrate the general direction of the Parks Department through the year 2002 under the current funding program. Mr. MacFarlane noted that the Parks Master Plan proposes managing and improving the current parks system and expanding into regional trails and open space. Mr. MacFarlane stated that capital improvements at the reservoirs were suspended until 1995 in order to take advantage of the matching grant program. The Conservation Trust Fund will accumulate funds until 1995; at which time Larimer County will match Bureau of Reclamation funds to implement planned capital improvements at the reservoirs. Based on the current funding scenario, Mr. MacFarlane reviewed the anticipated revenues and expenditures, estimating that funds available for the implementation of the Parks Master Plan (including matching grants) will be $5,081,345, which will be used for capital improvements and the acquisition of open space and trails. Mr. MacFarlane noted that in 1994 the Parks Department will be reorganized to increase efficiency and effectiveness and additional staff positions may be proposed to work on the implementation of the Parks Master Plan. Ms. Cameron demonstrated on a Larimer County Map where proposed park additions and improvements are being considered. Ms. Cameron stated that public hearings will be held to review options and receive public input regarding their wishes and desires for how these monies should be spent. The Parks Department will schedule another meeting with the Board in approximately two months to discuss the proposed options under consideration, at which time funding alternatives will be discussed. Chairman Hotchkiss stated that the possibility of a 1/4% sales tax might be considered in order to be more equitable to the Larimer County taxpayer. The meeting recessed at 2:25 p.m. LAND USE LEGAL PLANNING SEMINAR (#170) The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 2:30 p.m. in regular session with County Attorney George Hass and Jeannine Haag, Assistant County Attorney. Chairman Hotchkiss presided; Commissioners Disney and Duvall were present. Also present were: John Barnett, Director of Planning; Jill Bennett, Comprehensive Planner; Russ Legg, Development Processing Administrator; Jerry Blehm, Environmental Health; Rex Smith, Director of Public Works; and Bill Gordon, County Administrator. Recording Clerk, S. Graves. As requested by the Board previously, the purpose for today's meeting is for the County Attorney to comment about criteria the Board is to apply to land use decisions and some of the procedural aspects of the decision making process. Ms. Haag submitted a checklist for the Board to follow for subject properties outside the Urban Growth Area (UGA) with regard to rezonings, zoning special reviews, subdivisions, and planned unit developments. Ms. Haag stated if the Board is desirous for the applicant and adjacent property owners to conduct a neighborhood meeting, this should be included as a step (unless decided otherwise at concept technical review) in the checklist in the beginning stages of application, or presented as a decision to be made by the developer. Ms. Haag explained that for a public land use hearing the Board acts as quasi judicial officers; which means their decision can only be based upon the evidence and material presented at the public hearing and the application of those matters to the regulatory framework. At this time, the developer is due a decision; the Board does not act as negotiator. However, Ms. Haag stated it would not be proper to base a decision upon factual matters and opinion learned outside the public hearing. If a Board member does learn of important matters outside the public hearing, those matters must be brought up at the public hearing so all can comment. Ms. Haag noted that at the conclusion of the hearing, the Board has three options: 1) Immediately decide the question, for or against the proposal; 2) Table or continue the hearing for further evidence; a specific date, time and place need to be announced; 3) Take the matter under advisement to announce a decision at a later time. After the Board makes a decision, Ms. Haag drafts a resolution containing the findings and conditions; the resolution goes back to Planning for revisions, returns to the Attorney's Office for final draft, and finally is presented to the Board for final approval and the Chairman's signature during Administrative Matters. Discussion followed regarding whether or not to bring zoning into compliance with the Master Plan and if the Master Plan should be modified and updated. It was decided that applications in the "pipeline" will be considered case by case. CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to direct the Planning Department to proceed in updating the Master Plan to include zoning compliance, subject to approval by the County Attorney. The meeting adjourned at 3:40 p.m. TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1993 COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS QUARTERLY MEETING (#172) The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. in regular session with Paul Cooper, Director of Community Corrections. Chairman Hotchkiss presided; Commissioners Disney and Duvall were present. Also present were: Stephen Schapanski, Community Corrections Advisory Board Chair; Laurie Klith, Youth Services Bureau Advisory Board Chair; and Bill Gordon, County Administrator. Recording Clerk, S. Graves. Mr. Cooper provided the background information on how the Community Corrections Department is organized and the individual functions of the Advisory Boards, which are appointed by the Board of County Commissioners. Mr. Schapanski stated that the "ex-offender" category on the Community Corrections Advisory Board is very difficult to fill and asked the Board if they might consider eliminating this designated slot. CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to leave this decision up to the discretion of the Advisory Board. Commissioner Duvall recommended there be some cultural diversity on these Boards; Mr. Cooper agreed, but stated that not many applications are received to achieve cultural diversity, but they will continue to strive toward meeting this goal. Mr. Cooper reviewed a performance indicator chart, which included Community Correction's goals and outcomes for 1992. Mr. Cooper provided a budget summary for 1993, noting that 7% of funding for adult programming comes from the County General Fund, while 85% of Youth Services Bureau funding is County General Fund dollars. Mr. Cooper stated that, in his opinion, if Amendment #1 is going to create problems for Community Corrections, one possibility would be to privatize. The meeting recessed at 10:30 a.m. FINANCE QUARTERLY MEETING (#173) The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 10:40 a.m. in regular session with Bob Grewell, Director of Finance. Chairman Hotchkiss presided; Commissioners Disney and Duvall were present. Also present were: Dana Klausmeyer, Controller; Dick Spillman and Jack Ewing, Certified Public Accountants for Hunt, Spillman, and Ewing; and Bill Gordon, County Administrator. Recording Clerk, S. Graves. Ms. Klausmeyer reviewed the process for selection of an auditor and submitted the Resolution adopted by the Board in 1981, and reaffirmed in 1984, which states that every five years requests for proposals for County Auditor must go out to eligible CPA Firms. No one firm can do the audit for more than ten years, and the County reserves the right to change auditors at any time. In 1991, the Audit Committee selected Hunt, Spillman, and Ewing for 1991-1995 for a second five-year contract. Mr. Spillman explained the audit process and noted that their Firm is hired as independents to come in and give an objective look at the financial activity of the County. They look at all the internal controls, do statistical testing, make recommendations to the Board in the form of a Management Letter, review financial statements prepared by the Finance Department, review all the minutes of the Board of County Commissioners for funding changes to assure the County is staying within the budget, disclose anything that might be illegal, review all the Federal grant monies received by the County, and attach their audit to the financial statements. Mr. Spillman informed the Board that Larimer County has a highly qualified staff in accounting and reporting matters, and stated they have a working relationship which goes on all year. Mr. Ewing stated that when the audit is completed, it is reviewed in their office; they have a system of quality control to make sure that the audit is in compliance with standards. Ms. Klausmeyer stated that when the 1992 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report is published, she would like to schedule a worksession with the Board to review that document with the Board. Also, Ms. Klausmeyer informed the Board that Hunt, Spillman, and Ewing Auditing Firm generously gave "100" additional hours to do extra work for the County. Mr. Spillman reviewed the current status of the audit and noted there is a very complete audit trail so if Amendment #1 requires it, they are prepared. The meeting recessed at 11:30 a.m. MEETING WITH FRANK LANCASTER (#175) The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 2:00 p.m. in regular session with Frank Lancaster, Director of Natural Resources. Chairman Hotchkiss presided; Commissioners Disney and Duvall were present. Also present were Rex Smith, Director of Public Works, and Bill Gordon, County Administrator. Recording Clerk, S. Graves. 1. Subtitle "D" Overview: Mr. Lancaster reviewed the Subtitle "D" Regulations approved last year by the Federal Government, which go into effect October 9, 1993, and noted that the landfill is in compliance with many of the new regulations. With regard to hazardous waste exclusion, they have already conducted staff training, but they need to develop a sampling plan and record keeping system, and install 10 wells for methane monitoring. Mr. Lancaster described the design criteria for lateral expansions and reviewed the groundwater monitoring well locations and noted they are in good shape with the number of wells already in existence. Mr. Lancaster stated that for post-closure and closure of the landfill, they must develop a new capping system and new regulations require maintenance of the cap for thirty years. Mr. Lancaster noted that approximately $50,000 has been set aside for the past six years for post-closure and closure. Mr. Smith informed the Board that any problems which may develop in the future at the landfill will be because the laws have changed, not because anything has been done improperly. 2. Landfill Expansion: Mr. Lancaster informed the Board that approximately ten years ago the County purchased 320 acres at Taft Hill and Trilby Roads for future expansion of the landfill. However, new Federal laws regarding landfill proximity to groundwater levels now prohibit this use. Mr. Lancaster stated that several areas in the County have been identified and reviewed as possible options for landfill expansion. The most favorable option being considered is to borrow dirt from the 320 acres to use for cover at the present site, which will extend the life of the current landfill from 8 years to 18 or 19 years. The proposed plan will raise the elevation of the existing landfill by 10 feet; a berm will be constructed to shield nearby homeowners' views. Mr. Lancaster plans to schedule neighborhood meetings to explain the plan to residents to provide an opportunity for concerns to be raised and addressed. Mr. Lancaster requested Board approval to proceed with this proposed plan. Commissioner Duvall asked if there were other alternatives to be considered. Mr. Lancaster stated that one option would be for the County to consider getting out of the landfill business; however, a public-owned landfill's rates are approximately 40% of private-owned landfills. CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to instruct Mr. Lancaster to proceed with the plan as proposed and to schedule the neighborhood meetings. The meeting adjourned at 3:10 p.m. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1993 ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS (#176) The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. in regular session with Bill Gordon, County Administrator. Chairman Hotchkiss presided; Commissioners Disney and Duvall were present. Also present were: Linda Coxen, Administrator for District Attorney's Office; Patty Arnett, Health Department Business Manager; Doug Keasling, Director of Social Services; Steve Koeckeritz, Glacier View Meadows Management Group Representative; Bob Martell, Purchasing Agent; Reuel Dreves, Records Coordinator; and Dave Mosher, Support Services Manager. Recording Clerk, S. Graves. 1. REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF A GRANT APPLICATION REGARDING THE "LARIMER COUNTY YOUTH OUTREACH PROJECT": Subsequent to a meeting on February 24, 1993, at which action regarding this application was deferred to clarify issues concerning overlap of administrative costs and duplication of services, a good understanding has been reached following several meetings with Commissioner Duvall and J.C. Mudgett, Coordinator for this Project. Commissioner Duvall stated that this grant application has already been submitted, and the request today is for the Board to lend local support. Once the grant is received, there will be opportunity to coordinate line items and expenditures of line items in the future. M O T I O N Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board support the grant application for the Larimer County Youth Outreach Project with the contingency that upon approval of the grant, the Board would like to look at it again and consult with Partnership for Youth and Family to be sure there isn't an overlap of services and administrative costs. Motion carried 3 - 0. 2. APPROVAL OF A GRANT PROPOSAL REGARDING GROWTH AND PARENTING ASSESSMENT TEAM - LOVELAND/ESTES PARK: Ms. Arnett requested Board approval of a grant proposal to the Colorado Children's Trust Fund to fund a half-time nurse and 1/4 time program worker to expand the Growth and Parenting Assessment Team in Loveland and Estes Park. The request is for $28,059 and the Trust Fund requires a 25% cash match; a case management fee reimbursement agreement with Social Services will provide $3,240. Therefore, the request from the County would be for $3,800 and is a one-time only funding for a start-up program. Discussion followed. M O T I O N Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board approve the submittal of a grant proposal to the Colorado Children's Trust Fund regarding Growth and Parenting Assessment Team for Loveland/Estes Park and authorized the expenditure of $3,800 as County match; monies to be derived from the Commissioners' Special Project's Fund. Motion carried 3 - 0. 3. REQUEST FOR TITLE IV-E FUNDS: Mr. Keasling requested a letter of support from the Board to the Legislature and Joint Budget Committee Members to not cut the $355,000 slated for Larimer County; this is Federal Money coming to the State for children eligible for aid to families with dependent children. CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to instruct Mr. Keasling to write a letter of support for the Board to sign and send to members of the Legislature and Joint Budget Committee. 4. REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF SALE OF 70 ACRES IN GLACIER VIEW MEADOWS: Chairman Hotchkiss thanked Mr. Koeckeritz for all the volunteer time and effort he has given to the Glacier View Project and reviewed the settlement agreement the Board entered into two years ago. Mr. Koeckeritz requested Board approval and the Chairman's signature for the sale of 70 acres in Glacier View Meadows, noting that the amount is for the price th Board agreed to originally. Mr. Koeckeritz stated that the contract has been approved by the County Attorney. M O T I O N Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve the Contract for the sale of 70 acres in Glacier View Meadows, and authorized the Chairman to sign same. Motion carried 3 - 0. C93-04 CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND RANDY J. KING AND CHRISTINE A. GABLE FOR $66,500 (70 Acres in Glacier View ON Red Feather Lakes Road (CR 74E) Livermore, CO 5. APPOINTMENT TO THE LARIMER COUNTY PLACEMENT ALTERNATIVES COMMISSION: M O T I O N Commissioner Disney moved that the Board appoint Donna Bresee to the Larimer County Placement Alternatives Commission for a 3-year term ending 12/31/95, as recommended by the P.A.C. Membership Coordinator. Motion carried 3 - 0. 6. WORKSESSION: -- Request for Purchase of Mobile Storage System: Ms. Dreves and Mr. Mosher requested the Board approve the purchase of Spacesaver, a mobile storage system. After personally inspecting several storage systems in operation, their recommendation is to purchase Spacesaver at $21,468 over the lowest bid of $18,050 of Pro/File, noting that there is no comparison in quality and Pro/File did not meet all the required specifications. Ms. Dreves stated that the courthouse vaults are currently full and the Spacesaver will actually double capacity. CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to approve the purchase of Spacesaver Mobile Storage System, as recommended. -- Request for Donation of Old Computers: A Memo has been received from Sheriff Shockley to donate 7 antiquated IBM compatible XT computers to the Volunteer Clearing House for the Life Skills Program (United Way Agency) to assist in training the poor and indigent in computer skills. These computers are worth $100-$125 each. After discussion, the Board suggested the Sheriff and Mr. Martell, Purchasing Agent, work together and determine if there are other agencies who might also want and need these computers, or consider if they should be sold for a token fee. Mr. Haas, County Attorney, will check on the legality of such a donation. -- Board Invitation to Attend Human Development Staff Meetings: A Memo has been received from Joannie Schlueter inviting the Board to attend the Human Development Staff Meetings on various dates. They would like for the Commissioners to speak 10-15 minutes each on philosophies, time commitment, etc. The Commissioners indicated they would be happy to attend a Staff Meeting; Mr. Gordon will have Donna Hart, Commissioner's Secretary, coordinate the Board's Friday schedules with the dates given for the Staff Meetings. 7. DOCUMENT REVIEW: The following documents, of a routine nature, were considered by the Board: M O T I O N Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve the Minutes for the week of March 1, 1993, as amended, and the Agenda for the week of March 15, 1993, as submitted. Motion carried 3 - 0. M O T I O N Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve Petitions for Abatement for Marietta Benzel, Majel H. Morgan, Home Federal Savings, Lucio Corporation, Hospital Services, Inc., Home Federal Savings (2), and Elizabeth Center Co., as recommended by the County Assessor, Steve Miller. Motion carried 3 - 0. M O T I O N Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve the Amended Plat of Crystal Lakes 6th Filing, Lots 10 and 33. Motion carried 3 - 0. M O T I O N Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve the following documents: A93-22 AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE CHILDREN'S CLINIC (Comprehensive Pediatric Care) A93-23 AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE UNITED DAY CARE CENTER - FORT COLLINS & LOVELAND (Subsidized Day Care Program) A93-24 AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE SUNSHINE SCHOOL (Subsidized Day Care Program) A93-25 AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE FRONT RANGE EXCEPTIONAL EQUESTRIANS (Recreational and Therapeutic Horseback Riding Program for Individuals with Mental, Physical, and Emotional Disabilities) A93-26 AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND LARICO YOUTH HOMES (Residential Treatment for Adolescents) A93-27 AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE FOOD DISTRIBUTION CENTER (Distribution of Food from Accessible Sites to Non-profit Agencies) A93-28 AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE VCH OPPORTUNITY CENTER (Life Skills Program for Minority and Low-Income Population and Child Care Program) A93-29 AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF LARIMER COUNTY/AYC (Recreational Activities and Personal Growth Programs for Youth) A93-30 AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND PROJECT SELF-SUFFICIENCY (Support Group and Life Skills Education) A93-31 LIBRARY SERVICES AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE TOWN OF WELLINGTON C93-05 CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE WELLINGTON SENIOR CENTER (Transportation for Seniors) C93-06 CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE SENIOR EMPLOYMENT SERVICES (Employment Services for 100 Unemployed Larimer County Residents over 60) C93-07 CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE RETIRED SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM (Simple Repairs and Home Maintenance for Frail, 60+ Adults) C93-08 CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE RVNA HOME CARE SERVICES, INC. (Nursing, Therapy, Self-Care Needs for 60+ Adults in Larimer County) C93-09 CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE POUDRE HOME CARE SERVICES (Nursing, Therapy, Self-Care Needs for 60+ Adults in Estes Park) C93-10 CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND LOVELAND MEALS ON WHEELS (Delivery of Meals to Homebound Elderly) C93-11 CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE HELPLINE (Maintain and Update Senior Information Card) C93-12 CONTRACT BEETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND ESPLIN, WALLACE AND KLING, P.C. (Legal Assistance to Persons over 60) C93-13 CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND ESTES PARK SENIOR CENTER (Provision of Meals to 60+ Persons Mon-Fri) C93-14 CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND CHOICES FOR SENIOR LIVING (Identify Housing Resources Available) C93-15 CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES (Outreach to Hispanic Elderly) C93-16 CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND CARE-A-VAN (Provision of Van for Berthoud Senior Center) C93-17 CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND BELLVUE SENIOR CENTER (Coverage of Operating Costs and Program Expenditures with the 1993 Office on Aging Allocation for Bellvue) C93-18 CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND BERTHOUD SENIOR CENTER (Same as above for Berthoud) C93-19 CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND SAFETY FLASHER & EQUIPMENT, INC. (1993 Work Zone Traffic Control) R93-33g RESOLUTION REGARDING REGULATIONS RELATING TO LARIMER COUNTY PUBLIC RECREATION AREAS AND FACILITIES (Changes to the 1992 Parks Regulations) R93-34s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE PLAT OF MAXWELL MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT R93-35s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE VACATION OF A UTILITY EASEMENT OF VISTA BONITA 6TH FILING ESTATES SUBDIVISION R93-36rb FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE PROPOSED STREET NAME GINDLER RANCH ROAD R93-37s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE PLAT OF PROUTY MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT FR93-38z SPECIAL REVIEW FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE PETITION OF US WEST/NEW VECTOR (Lien Quarry Area) R93-39z SPECIAL REVIEW FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE PETITION OF TIMNATH PIT Motion carried 3 - 0. M O T I O N Commissioner Disney moved that the Board go into Executive Session with George Hass, County Attorney, to discuss pending litigation. Motion carried 3 - 0. The meeting adjourned at 11:15 a.m; no action taken. THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1993 MEETING ON TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT REDISTRICTING (#179) The Board of County Commissioners met at 3:00 p.m. in regular session with Ron Stewart, Boulder County Commissioner. Chairman Hotchkiss presided; Commissioners Disney and Duvall were present. Also present were: Dickey Lee Hullinghorst, Director of Intergovernmental Relations for Boulder; Rex Smith, Director of Public Works; John Barnett, Director of Planning; and Bill Gordon, County Administrator. Recording Clerk, S. Graves. General discussion was held between the Larimer County Board of County Commissioners and Ron Stewart regarding the re-apportionment of the redistricting of the Transportation Districts for the Colorado Highway Commission. The meeting adjourned at 3.55 p.m. ___________________________________ COURTLYN W. HOTCHKISS, CHAIRMAN BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ( S E A L ) ATTEST: _____________________________________ Sherry E. Graves, Deputy County Clerk