PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

    MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1993  

                                  SUBDIVISIONS  
                                     (#179) 

    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; Elaine Spencer, Director of General
    Engineering  Services;  and  Jeannine  Haag,  Assistant County Attorney.
    Recording Clerk, S. Graves. 

    1.  ADRIEL HILLS SITE PLAN FOR THE 16TH SUPPLEMENT TO THE OVERALL FILING
        (#93-SU0218): NE 1/4 06-07-68; SOUTHWEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF 
        COUNTY ROAD 11 AND COUNTY ROAD 50; 1/4 MILE EAST OF LINDENMEIER 
        LAKE; 12.9 ACRES; 1 LOT; M-MULTIPLE FAMILY ZONING (3-15-93) 

    This  request  for  Final  Plat  approval  of  43 detached single family
    condominium units on 12.9 acres was heard by the Board on March 1, 1993,
    and  subsequently tabled until today to allow time for the applicant and
    residents  of  Adriel  Hills  to  hold a neighborhood meeting to address
    concerns.   Chairman  Hotchkiss  removed  this  item  from the table and
    opened the hearing. 

    Mr.  Kadera reported that at the neighborhood meeting held last week, 21
    items  were  discussed  and  many were resolved.  The only change to the
    original  Staff Recommendation is the addition of a condition to require
    the   developer   to   provide  adequate  collateral  to  guarantee  the
    installation of landscaping and an irrigation system.  Mr. Peter Dietze,
    attorney  for  the  developer, and Dan Dean, homeowner and spokesman for
    the  residents  of  Adriel  Hills, thanked the Board and Staff for their
    cooperation and patience in this matter and for allowing time to resolve
    the  majority  of  their  concerns.  Discussion followed relating to the
    completion  date  of January 1, 1995 being changed to July 1, 1996.  Mr.
    Kadera  noted  that  the completion date will automatically be two years
    from  the  date  the Chairman signs the final resolution; therefore, the
    completion  date  will be two years from a date specific in April, 1993.
    Staff  Findings  include: 1) Adriel Hills began as a condominium project
    in  1971,  before  Larimer  County  adopted  a  Planned Unit Development
    regulation;  2)  The project has proceeded according to the requirements
    of condominium law contained in the State statutes; 3) The consolidation
    of  previous  filings  and  a  settlement  between the developer and the
    existing condominium owners resulted in an Overall Filing in 1975, which
    provided  for  the  completion  of  the  project; 4) The Board of County
    Commissioners  approved  a  resolution on May 27, 1975, to recognize the
    Overall Filing and provide for the completion of the project pursuant to
    County regulations; 5) The proposed site plan for the 16th Supplement to
    the  Adriel  Hills  Overall  Filing  is  consistent  with the previously
    approved  Master Plan; 6) Pursuant to the provisions of the Planned Unit
    Development  Resolution  for  Final Phase Plan review, the site plan for
    the  16th  supplement  to  the  Overall  Filing  for Adriel Hills can be
    approved  with  the following conditions relating to the health, safety,
    and  welfare  of  the  present  and  future  inhabitants  of  this area.
  
    The  Staff  Recommendation, as amended, is for Approval of the Site Plan
    for  the  16th  Supplement  to  the Adriel Hills Overall Filing with the
    following  conditions:   1) Construction plans for water and sewer lines
    shall  be  approved  by  the  appropriate districts.  Water distribution
    plans  shall be subject to the approval of the Poudre Fire Authority; 2)
    Drainage  plans  shall be approved by the County Drainage Administrator.
    Street  plans  shall be subject to the review of the County Engineer; 3)
    Prior  to  the  issuance  of  any  building permits, the applicant shall
    execute  a  Subdivision  Improvements  Agreement  and provide acceptable
    collateral  to  guarantee  the  completion  of improvements necessary to
    serve  the proposed units, including but not limited to, streets, water,
    sewer,  fire  hydrants,  drainage,  landscaping,  irrigation,  and other
    utilities;  4)  Approval  of  this  site plan shall constitute the final
    approval  of  units  for  Adriel  Hills.  No further development will be
    permitted  pursuant  to  the  Overall  Filing without full County Review
    under  the provisions of the Planned Unit Development Resolution; 5) Any
    application  for  a  building permit shall be accompanied by a site plan
    for  the  affected  building envelope and the building envelopes on each
    site.   The  plan  shall  be  required  to verify the minimum separation
    between  buildings  of  six (6) feet and between eaves of four (4) feet.

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and
    Amended  Conditional  Staff  Recommendation and approve the Adriel Hills
    Site  Plan  for  the 16th Supplement to the Overall Filing (#93-SU0218).

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    The meeting recessed at 9:45 a.m.   

                 MEETING WITH JOHN WALKER REGARDING SCENIC BYWAY
                                      (#180 

    The  Board  of  County  Commissioners reconvened at 1:30 p.m. in regular
    session  with  John Walker, Representative for Scenic America.  Chairman
    Hotchkiss  presided; Commissioners Disney and Duvall were present.  Also
    present  were:  Rex  Smith,  Director  of  Public  Works;  John Barnett,
    Director  of  Planning;  and  Wayne Lawler, Acting County Administrator.
    Recording Clerk, S. Graves. 

    Mr.   Walker   presented   a  video  "Signs,  Signs,  The  Economic  and
    Environmental  Benefits of Community Sign Control" by Scenic America and
    reviewed  a  summary  of  Senate  Bill  167.   Mr.  Walker described the
    benefits  derived  from  the  Federal  Legislation  "Intermodal  Surface
    Transportation  Efficiency  Act  (ISTEA),  and  stated that if SB 167 is
    enacted,  it  will  eliminate  the  Federal  Scenic Byways Program as it
    exists  now.   Therefore,  Mr.  Walker  requested  the  Board to draft a
    Resolution  in opposition to SB 167 to send to the Colorado Legislators,
    and to send letters of support to the Colorado Transportation Commission
    encouraging the designation of the Interchange of I25 and Colorado 14 as
    the  point  of  beginning  for the Cache La Poudre-North Park Scenic and
    Historic  Byway.   A proposal being considered would designate the Cache
    La  Poudre-North Park Scenic and Historic Byway beginning at Ted's Place
    north of Fort Collins to Walden.  Discussion followed.  
    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner Disney moved that the Board instruct Mr. Barnett to draft a
    Resolution  in  oppositon  to Senate Bill 167 and letters of support for
    the  designation of Colorado 14 from the I25 Interchange to Walden to be
    included  in  the  Cache La Poudre-North Park Scenic and Historic Byway;
    these  documents  will  be presented for signature during Administrative
    Matters on March 17, 1993.  

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    Mr.  Harold  Fisher,  property  owner along Highway 14, questioned if he
    should  expect  zoning changes along this route; he was assured that the
    zoning will not change and the moratorium on signs does not affect signs
    in existence, only the construction of new signs.   

    The meeting adjourned at 2:30 p.m.  

    TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1993 

                          PUBLIC WORKS STANDING MEETING 
                              (#181 & #179 @ 2650)  


    The  Board  of  County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. in regular session
    with  Rex Smith, Director of Public Works.  Chairman Hotchkiss presided;
    Commissioners Disney and Duvall were present.  Also present were: Elaine
    Spencer,  Director  of  General  Engineering Services; Len Bammer, Fleet
    Manager;  Stephen  Carow, Public Works Senior Analyst; and Wayne Lawler,
    Acting County Administrator.  Recording Clerk, S. Graves.   

    1.   REQUEST  TO  RELOCATE COUNTY ROAD 190 (GLENDEVEY): Olivia Peterson,
    Owner  of  Old Glendevey Lodge, reviewed the road conditions in front of
    their Lodge and informed the Board that soon logging trucks from Laramie
    will  be  using  this  road  to avoid a low-weight capacity bridge on an
    alternate road.  Ms. Peterson stated this road cannot handle the logging
    trucks  and  will  pose  tremendous  danger  to their guests, staff, and
    livestock.   Ms.  Peterson  also  stated  that  drainage  problems exist
    resulting  from a spring south of the Lodge.  Mr.  Smith stated that the
    County's  general  policy  is  to  require the property owner to improve
    their  roads, but the County will help in any way possible.  Ms. Spencer
    suggested  the logging company needs to be contacted and should share in
    the  responsibility  for  this  road.   It was suggested that a seasonal
    weight  limit  could  be posted on this road.  Mr. Smith and Ms. Spencer
    will  look  into  this  matter  further  and  report  back to the Board.

    2.   TECHNICAL  ADVISORY  COMMITTEE MEETING MARCH 26: Ms. Spencer stated
    that  if  Larimer  County is going to be a part of the Upper Front Range
    Transportation   Planning  Region,  an  elected  official  needs  to  be
    designated  to represent Larimer County at the State-wide Transportation
    Advisory  Committee  Meeting  on  March  26,  1993.   This  will  be  an
    organizational  meeting.   Commissioner  Disney  volunteered  to  be the
    representative to attend this meeting.  
    Mr.  Smith  informed  the  Board  that  before the the Upper Front Range
    Transportation  Planning  Region  is  formed,  we  need to enter into an
    Intergovernmental  Agreement  which  requires a 100% sign-off by all the
    incorporated cities and towns in the County.

    3.   PROJECT  #169  -  RECONSTRUCTION  OF  CR  38E:   A request has been
    received  from  the construction engineers on Project #169 for the Board
    to  authorize  the  installation of signs prohibiting bicycle traffic at
    this  site;  the  bicycles  are  a  hazard  and  create a very dangerous
    situation.   Commissioner  Disney  suggested that signs be posted at the
    access  points.   CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to authorize Ms. Spencer to
    install  signs  prohibiting bicycle traffic during the reconstruction of
    CR 38E from Shoreline Drive to Lakeview Drive.  

    4.    REQUEST   FOR   AUTHORIZATION   TO  PROCEED  WITH  SHIELDS  STREET
    REMEDIATION:   Mr.  Smith  requested  Board  approval and the Chairman's
    signature on a Notice to Proceed on the Shields Street Remediation work.
    An  itemized  listing  from  Terracon,  Inc.  estimates the cost for the
    remediation work to be $32,900. 

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Duvall  moved  that  the  Board approve the expenditure of
    $32,900  to  complete  the  remediation  work  at  Shields  Street,  and
    authorized  the  Chairman  to  sign the Notice to Proceed with Terracon,
    Inc.;  monies  to   be  derived  from  the  Capital  Expenditures  Fund.

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    5.   FLEET DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW: Mr. Bammer presented a brief overview of
    the  Fleet  Management Department, its' mission, composition, and method
    of  operation.   The  Fleet Management Department is designed to provide
    the  essential  technical  and managerial services necessary to acquire,
    maintain,  operate and dispose of a wide range of vehicles and equipment
    required by other entities to complete their assigned tasks.

    Mr.  Bammer  stated  that  Fleet  has  several issues which will require
    creative solutions and a commitment of resources to solve; the four main
    issues are: 

    A)  Computer  System:  The existing computer system is ten years old, is
    expensive   to  maintain,  and  does  not  provide  adequate  management
    information  for present needs.  Fleet Management would like to purchase
    a  smaller,  lighter  system which will connect with Road and Bridge and
    bring  them  into the 21st century.  The cost of the new system (LAN) is
    estimated  at  $25,000  to  be  split  equally  between Fleet and Road &
    Bridge.   Current budgets will allow for these costs to come from budget
    savings  and  fund  balances  without  disturbing operational or capital
    needs.  This proposal has received verbal CIDA approval.
    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that  the Board approve the request for new
    computer  equipment  for  the  Fleet  Management  Department, subject to
    written  approval  by  CIDA;  source  of  funding  will come from budget
    savings  and  fund  balances shared equally between the Fleet Management
    and Road and Bridge Departments, not to exceed $25,000. 

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    B)  Livermore Shop: This shop has a long list of problems which would be
    very  costly  to  repair.   A few years ago, Larimer County purchased 40
    acres  for the future site of a new Livermore Shop; cost for replacement
    would  be  approximately  $300,000  and  would  come  from  the  Capital
    Expenditures  Fund.   CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to direct Mr. Bammer to
    draft  a plan for relocation to the new site, with cost estimates, etc.,
    and return to the Board with a proposal.

    C)  Equipment  Replacement Program: At present, the County does not have
    an  adequate,  cost  effective  equipment  replacement  program.   Fleet
    proposed  the  possibility of centralizing the process and utilizing the
    expertise  available  in-house to eliminate many existing problems.  The
    establishment  of  a replacement fund, a revision of existing purchasing
    procedures,  and  the implementation of a realistic replacement schedule
    need  to  be  established.   The Board requested Mr. Bammer to prepare a
    cost  analysis  before budget time showing cost savings for setting up a
    replacement program.  Mr. Smith cautioned the Board that if we decide on
    the  equipment  replacement  program,  the  County will need to allocate
    additional monies to the Equipment Replacement Fund.

    D)   Environmental Policy: In 1995 the State will be enforcing a mandate
    concerning  the  inclusion of alternative fueled vehicles as part of new
    purchases;  also new regulations regarding diesel emissions will go into
    effect and have a major impact on how specifications will be written for
    replacement  equipment.   These new regulations will result in increased
    costs  to the County.  Mr. Bammer posed the question, "Should the County
    be  environmentally  responsible  at  higher cost to the taxpayers or be
    fiscally  responsible  at the expense of the environment?"  Commissioner
    Duvall  stated  the  County  needs to be in a leadership position and to
    stand for clean air and clean environment--this is responsible spending.
    Chairman  Hotchkiss  agreed  that if all the cost factors are relatively
    close, Larimer County should be a leader.   

    The meeting adjourned at 11:20 a.m. 
    WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1993   

                             ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS 
                                (Defective Tape)

    The  Board  of  County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. in regular session
    with  Wayne  Lawler,  Acting  County  Administrator.  Chairman Hotchkiss
    presided;  Commissioners  Disney  and Duvall were present.  Also present
    were:  John  Barnett,  Director  of  Planning;  Al  Kadera,  Subdivision
    Administrator;  Ralph  Jacobs,  Director  of  Personnel;  Patsi Maroney,
    Compensation  &  Benefits Specialist; and Bob Grewell, Finance Director.
    Recording Clerk, S. Graves. 

    1.  REQUEST FOR APPROVAL AND SIGNATURE ON:  

    A.   RESOLUTION  REGARDING  SENATE  BILL 167 AND LETTER REGARDING SCENIC
    BYWAY DESIGNATION FOR HIGHWAY 14: Mr. Barnett presented a Resolution and
    Letter  of  Support  and  requested  Board  approval  and the Chairman's
    signature.   The Resolution cites the Board's opposition to the creation
    of  the  Scenic Byways Program; the Letter reaffirms the Board's support
    of  the  designation  of  Highway  14  as  a Scenic Byway from Walden to
    Interstate  25.   These  two items were discussed in a meeting with John
    Walker on Monday, March 15, 1993.   

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve and the Chairman sign a
    Resolution  Concerning  Senate Bill 167, The Scenic Byways, and a Letter
    of  Support  to  the  Colorado  Department  of  Transportation  for  the
    designation  of  Highway  14 as a Scenic Byway from Walden to Interstate
    25, and authorized Chairman to sign both documents. 

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    R93-40g  RESOLUTION CONCERNING SENATE BILL 167, THE SCENIC BYWAYS   

    B)  RESOLUTION  REGARDING  HOUSE  BILL 1323: Mr. Barnett requested Board
    approval  and  the  Chairman's  signature on a Resolution opposing House
    Bill  1323  which exempts the division of a tract of 5,000 acres or more
    from subdivision regulations without local government involved to review
    this cluster type of development.   

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner   Duvall  moved  that  the  Board  adopt  a  Resolution  in
    opposition  to  House  Bill  1323  Regarding  Exemptions  from the State
    Subdivision Law, and authorized Chairman to sign same.  

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    R93-41g  RESOLUTION CONCERNING HOUSE BILL 1323 REGARDING EXEMPTIONS 
             FROM THE STATE SUBDIVISION LAW 
    C) APPOINTMENTS TO THE LAPORTE ADVISORY COMMITTEE:  

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney moved that the Board reappoint Asher Haun, Mary Lou
    Schmunk,  and  Everett  Straw  to  the  LaPorte  Area  Planning Advisory
    Committee,  and appoint Maggie Smith-Bruehlman to fill a vacancy on this
    Board; each for 3-year terms ending December 31, 1995, as recommended by
    John Barnett, Planning Director.

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    2.   DISCUSSION REGARDING ANNEXATION OF COUNTY RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR RAILROAD
    AVENUE:   Mr.  Kadera  informed  the  Board that Loveland is desirous of
    annexing a strip of land located north of the Larimer County Fairgrounds
    and,  if  there  are  no  objections  to  this  annexation, the Board is
    requested  to  sign  an  annexation  petition.  Jeannine Haag, Assistant
    County  Attorney, advised the Board that ROW's are "owned" by the public
    and,  if  vacated,  its  fee  simple ownership reverts to the contiguous
    property  owners.  Since Loveland is the contiguous property owner, they
    do  not  need to annex this ROW.  Ms. Haag's recommendation to the Board
    is  to  tell Loveland that no annexation is required and they should add
    the  ROW  to  their  road system; and the Board should sign the addition
    plat but not sign the annexation petition.  

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board advise Loveland that annexation
    of  the  right-of-way  north  of  the  Larimer County Fairgrounds is not
    required,  the  ROW  should be added to their road system, and following
    past  custom  and  practice authorized the Chairman to sign the addition
    plat  but  not sign the annexation petition, as recommended by Ms. Haag.

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    3.  DISCUSSION OF TWO ISSUES:   

    A)   THE  FORMATION  OF  TWO  AD  HOC  COMMITTEES:  Mr. Jacobs requested
    approval  from the Board to form two ad hoc committees: 1) To advise the
    Personnel   Director  about  County  policy  pertaining  to  discipline,
    grievance,  and  complaints  procedures,  and 2) To advise the Personnel
    Director  about  the  development of an employee suggestion system.  Mr.
    Jacobs  stated  that  management,  non-management employees, and elected
    officials  will  be  encouraged  to  serve on the committees in order to
    achieve  a wide representation of employees.  As committee meetings will
    be  held  during  working hours, department heads will be authorized and
    encouraged to allow employees to take time off from their regular duties
    to  serve  on these committees.  CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to authorize
    Mr. Jacobs to proceed in setting up these two committees.   

    B)  REQUEST FOR BOARD COMMENTS REGARDING A PROPOSED REVISION OF EMPLOYEE
    PERFORMANCE  EVALUATION  POLICIES:   In response to a request from Myrna
    Rodenberger,  Clerk  and  Recorder,  Mr.  Jacobs  presented  a  draft of
    proposed  revisions  of employee evaluations and requested comments from
    the  Board.   A  number  of  Departments  in the County would like their
    performance  evaluation  forms to pertain directly to the work performed
    in  the  Department.   After  discussion,  the  Board  agreed  that if a
    department  is willing to commit the time and resources in developing an
    evaluation   form  which  is  more  effective  in  identifying  the  key
    performance  issues  in  their Department, they are encouraged to do so.
    Mr.  Jacobs will circulate the proposed revision of employee performance
    evaluation policies to all the departments to enlist their comments.  In
    the   meantime,  all  departments  must  continue  to  use  the  present
    evaluation  form  until  a  proposed substitute evaluation form has been
    reviewed and approved in writing by the Personnel Director. 

    4.   APPOINTMENTS  AND  REAPPOINTMENTS  TO  THE LARIMER COUNTY COMMUNITY
    CORRECTIONS ADVISORY BOARD: 

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner Disney moved that the Board appoint Sharon Andrews Winfree,
    Christine  A.  Carney,  and  Ann Harbour to the Larimer County Community
    Corrections Advisory Board; and also reappoint Terence A. Gilmore, Patti
    Dean, Bill Gordon, Roland Gilmore, and Frank E. Russell; each for 2-year
    terms  ending  December  31, 1994, as recommended by the Advisory Board.

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    5.   DISCUSSION REGARDING MUNICIPAL COURT SPACE REQUIREMENTS: Mr. Lawler
    informed  the  Board  that  a  long-range decision needs to be made soon
    regarding  the  Municipal  Court  lease  renewal.  The current five-year
    lease  expires  January  1,  1994,  and  the  City has requested another
    five-year extension.  A one-year lease extension was agreed to last year
    by  the  Board, which goes until January 1995--20 months from now.  City
    Staff  has  indicated they need at least 18 months lead time to relocate
    if  the County has other needs for the space.  Mr. Lawler noted that the
    Chief  Judge  is  of  the  opinion  the  Courts'  crowding  problems are
    escalating  and  they  would prefer the lease not be extended beyond the
    January 1995 date.  It has been demonstrated over the years that housing
    the  Municipal  Court  in  the courthouse is beneficial to the citizens.

    Mr.  Lawler  invited  the  Board  to  take  a tour of the facilities and
    possibly  meet with the Judicial Administrator; the Board agreed to take
    the tour before making a decision regarding this matter.

    6.  WORKSESSION:

    -- Donation of sick-leave hours for Josh Zander: The Board was requested
    to  authorize  the  donation  of  sick-leave  time  from  Larimer County
    Employees  for  Josh  Zander;  his  son  had  27-hour  brain surgery and
    possibly  could  be  going to Boston for further treatment.  Ms. Maroney
    stated that Mr. Zander has five weeks sick leave accumulated and may not
    need the extra time.  Many employees have volunteered a portion of their
    hours  for  Josh.  CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to authorize an additional
    90  days of employee-donated sick leave time for Josh Zander, to be used
    after  all  of  Mr. Zander's sick and vacation hours have been expended.

    7.   DOCUMENT REVIEW: The following documents, of a routine nature, were
    considered by the Board:
    M O T I O N 

    Commissiner Duvall moved that the Board approve the Minutes for the week
    of  March  8, 1993, as amended, and the Agenda for the week of March 22,
    1993, as submitted. 

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board approve Petitions for Abatement
    for  Thomas  &  Kitty  Bruckbauer (2); Everitt Enterprises, Inc.; Ronald
    Estes/Sue Rowena; Robert & Judy Johnson; Front Range Investors; Exchange
    Partners  (2);  and  Roger/Leslie  Northen; as recommended by the County
    Assessor, Steve Miller. 

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner   Duvall   moved  that  the  Board  approve  the  following
    miscellaneous  documents:  Federal  National  Mortgage Minor Residential
    Development  Plat;  Stagecoach  Subdivision  Amended Plat of Lots 4 & 7,
    Block  2;  Amended  Plat  of Lots 15 & 16 Johnson's Subdivision; and the
    Connour Minor Residential Development Lot Sale Restriction. 

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    LIQUOR  LICENSES:  Licenses  were  issued to Fox Acres Country Club - 6%
    WITH EXTENDED HOURS ; Red Feathers Lakes, CO; and Loyal Order of Moose -
    Loveland  Lodge  #484  - 6% WITH EXTENDED HOURS - Loveland, CO.  Country
    Approval  was  granted  to  The  Store  -  3.2%  - Fort Collins, CO; The
    Dunraven  Inn  -  6%  -  Estes Park, CO; and Carter Lake Marina - 3.2% -
    Loveland, CO.   

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner   Duvall   moved  that  the  Board  approve  the  following
    documents:  

    A93-32   AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE
             B.A.S.E. CAMP (Before and After School Childcare Program   
             in Thirteen Elementary Schools)

    A93-33   AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE
             RETIRED SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM (Caregivers Program for   
             Seniors

    A93-34   AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND
             CARE-A-VAN/SAINT (Transportation for Low-Income, Elderly,  
             and the Handicapped)   

    A93-35   AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE
             WOMEN'S CENTER 


    A93-36   AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND R-VNA  
             HOME CARE SERVICES 

    A93-37   AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE
             HOUSE OF NEIGHBORLY SERVICE (Emergency Housing and Prescription
             Assistance for Clients in Loveland and Berthoud)   

    A93-38   AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE
             YOUTH EMPIRE (Personal Growth and Recreational Activities  
             for Youth, Grades 6-12, in Southern Larimer County 

    A93-39   AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND CATHOLIC   
             COMMUNITY SERVICES/NORTHERN (Overnight Emergency Shelter, Two  
             Meals a Day, Case Management, Day Labor Program, Etc.) 

    A93-40   AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND
             CROSSROADS SAFEHOUSE (Safe Shelter, Etc., for Battered Women   
             and Children and Educational Services) 

    A93-41   LIBRARY SERVICES AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY 
             COMMISSIONERS AND THE CITY OF LOVELAND 

    A93-42   MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
             AND POINT OF SALE SYSTEMS OF COLORADO (Landfill Cash Register  
             System)

    D93-06   DEED OF DEDICATION BY GARY W. AND SUSAN LONG (Dedication of
             Property for Public Highway - Project #189)

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    The meeting recessed at 10:25 a.m.  

                                  LEGAL MATTERS 
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    The  Board  of  County Commissioners reconvened at 10:30 a.m. in regular
    sesion  with George Hass, County Attorney.  Chairman Hotchkiss presided;
    Commissioners  Disney  and Duvall were present.  Also present were: Mike
    Abrams,  Assistant  County  Attorney;  Mike  Burch,  Risk Manager; Ralph
    Jacobs,  Personnel  Director;  Rex  Smith, Director of Public Works; and
    Wayne  Lawler, Acting County Administrator.  Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

    Subsequent  to  the Board requesting Mr. Hass to determine if the County
    has  authority  to implement its own air-quality laws, Mr. Hass reported
    that  the  County  can adopt independent air-pollution regulations.  Mr.
    Hass  suggested  that  after  the  regulations are adopted, the Board of
    Health  be  appointed  as  the administrative authority to enforce them.
    Commissioner   Disney  was  concerned  about  spending  Staff  time  and
    resources  to  draft  new regulations when the problems with the alfalfa
    dehydrator may soon be resolved.  Commissioner Duvall expressed a desire
    to  start  on  this right away.  After discussion, Staff was directed to
    pursue this issue further and begin formulating regulations.

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Duvall  moved  that the Board go into Executive Session to
    discuss personnel matters and pending litigation.   

    Motion carried 3 - 0.   

    The meeting recessed at 11:45 a.m.; no action taken.

                            MEETING WITH DON SANDOVAL   
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    The  Board  of  County  Commissioners reconvened at 1:30 p.m. in regular
    session with Don Sandoval, Regional Manager Department of Local Affairs.
    Chairman  Hotchkiss  presided;  Commissioners  Disney  and  Duvall  were
    present.  Recording Clerk, S. Graves.   

    Mr. Sandoval provided an overview of the Department of Local Affairs and
    the  Office  of  Field  Services,  and  noted  that  the  mission of the
    Department  is  to help local governments attain their goals--they are a
    technical assistance agency.

    Mr.  Sandoval  informed  the  Board  that  it  appears  there will be an
    additional  $6 million for infra-structure projects for Colorado, coming
    thru  Housing  and  Urban  Development  (HUD) for construction projects.
    Once  the  money is released, projects must be ready for bid openings in
    90  days.   Projects  such  as  acquisition  of open space, bike trails,
    construction  of a drop-off point for kids or a family-assistance center
    in   a  staff-secure  facility  which  could  provide  counseling,  were
    discussed   as   possible   projects   for   these   additional  monies.
    Commissioner  Duvall volunteered to coordinate efforts to enable Larimer
    County  to  receive its fair share of these additional funds.  A meeting
    will  be  scheduled for department heads to identify projects which have
    been  designed and engineered and "put on the shelf", so that when these
    monies  are  available,  a  project  will  be  ready within the 90 days.

    Mr.   Sandoval   also   stated  there  will  be  additional  monies  for
    transportation  and  there  is  $10 million in the regular CDBG Program.
    Mr.  Sandoval  described the Impact Assistance Program - funds collected
    from severance of minerals on public lands. 

    Mr. Sandoval described the University Resource Program in which students
    are  available  to  study,  design,  do  preliminary  plans, etc., for a
    project.  Mr. Tim Caters is the University contact person who decides on
    what projects the students will work.   

    The meeting adjourned at 2:55 p.m.  

    ( S E A L )                          __________________________________ 
                                         COURTLYN W. HOTCHKISS, CHAIRMAN
    ATTEST:                              BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS  


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    Sherry E. Graves, Deputy County Clerk