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    PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

    MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1993  

                                  SUBDIVISIONS  
                                  (#200 & #201) 

    The  Board  of  County Commissioners met at 9:00 a.m. in regular session
    with  John  Barnett, Director of Planning.  Chairman Hotchkiss presided;
    Commissioner  Disney  was  present.   Commissioner Duvall will be out of
    town  until  April  19, 1993.  Also present were: Al Kadera, Subdivision
    Administrator;    Carol   Evans,   Associate   Planner;   Jerry   Blehm,
    Environmental Health; John Pedas, Code Enforcement Officer; and Jeannine
    Haag, Assistant County Attorney.  Recording Clerk, S. Graves.   

    1.    ASPENBROOK   PLANNED   UNIT  DEVELOPMENT  PHASE  II  (#93-SU0224):
          NE 04-04-73; APPROXIMATELY 2 1/2 MILES SOUTHEAST OF ESTES PARK
          ON THE SOUTHEAST SIDE OF COLORADO HIGHWAY 66 (SPUR); 4.31 ACRES;  
          13 LOTS; E-ESTATE ZONING (4-19-93)

    This  is  a  request  for  Preliminary Phase Plan approval for 13 single
    family  lots  on  4.3  acres of which 2.7 acres is open space.  A Master
    Plan,  #S-129-88,  was  approved  March  20, 1989, for 49 units on 13.01
    acres.   Rezoning, #Z-38-87, was approved April 4, 1988 from E-Estate to
    A-Accommodations,  and  First Phase was approved December 5, 1990 for 33
    units  on 8.7 acres.  Mr. Kadera noted that this item would have been on
    consent  except  that  a  long  discussion  ensued  before  the Planning
    Commission   regarding   a  requirement  by  the  State  Forest  Service
    concerning the mitigation of the wildfire hazard and the requirement for
    fire  retardant  shingles  for all the lots.  Staff Findings include: 1)
    The  proposed Aspenbrook Planned Unit Development Phase II is consistent
    with the conditionally approved Master Plan, with the existing zoning of
    the  site, and with existing development in the immediate area; 2) There
    are some technical issues with respect to wildfire hazard mitigation and
    grading of the site that need to be addressed; 3) The County has adopted
    Hazard  Area Regulations which require mitigation of any natural hazards
    including wildfire hazards; 4) Access and utilities can be provided in a
    manner  consistent  with  County  regulations; 5) Approval of Aspenbrook
    Planned  Unit  Development Phase II, with the following conditions, will
    not   result   in   any  significant  negative  impacts  on  surrounding
    properties,  utility  services, transportation facilities or the natural
    environment.

    Phillip  Manning,  applicant,  addressed  the  Board  and  indicated  he
    disagrees  with  the  requirement for fire retardant shingles on all the
    lots;  he  does  agree,  however,  with  fire  retardant  shingles being
    required  for  lots 8, 9, 10, and 11, which are located on steep terrain
    in  the  wildfire hazard area.  Mr. Manning presented photos showing the
    other  lots  are  in  a  meadow.   After discussion, the conditions were
    amended as follows: 

    The  Planning  Commission/Staff  Recommendations  are  for Approval of a
    Variance to permit structures to be built with a setback of 20 feet from
    the perimeter of the property with the condition that building envelopes
    be  designated  on the Final Plat; and Approval of the Preliminary Phase
  
    Plan for Aspenbrook Planned Unit Development Phase II with the following
    amended  conditions:  1)  The  Final  Plat  shall be completed in strict
    conformance  with  the  conditionally  approved Phase Plan including all
    notes,  except  as  modified  by the following conditions; 2) Before the
    Final  Plat  is  submitted, the applicant shall reach agreement with the
    State  Forester  concerning the appropriate mitigation measures required
    to  address  the wildfire hazard situation on this site.  Tree thinning,
    where  required,  shall  be  included  in  the  Subdivision Improvements
    Agreement  and  no  construction will be permitted until the thinning is
    completed.  A note to require fire retardant shingles for Lots 8, 9, 10,
    &  11  shall  be  placed  on  the Final Plat.  Wood shakes shall require
    periodic maintenance; 3) A note shall appear on the Final Plat to advise
    lot  owners  that  it  is illegal to feed deer and elk, it is illegal to
    allow  domestic  animals  to  harass  wildlife, and that the Division of
    Wildlife will not be responsible for damage to ornamental plantings that
    may  be  caused  by  wildlife,  and state that this area is of potential
    danger  to  domestic  pets;  4)  Notes shall appear on the Final Plat to
    indicate  that  Park  Fees  will  be collected when building permits are
    issued  for  each lot, engineered foundation plans shall be required for
    all  construction,  radon  tests  shall  be required for all residential
    structures  before a Certificate of Occupancy is issued, and the uses of
    these  lots  shall  be  limited to single family dwellings and accessory
    uses;  5) The Final Plat shall indicate that the open space is a blanket
    utility and access easement.  The homeowner's documents shall detail the
    rights  and  responsibilities of the lot owners with respect to the open
    space;  6) The Final Plat application shall include a grading plan to be
    approved   by   the  County  Drainage  Administrator.   The  Final  Plat
    application  shall  also include construction drawings and a Subdivision
    Improvements  Agreement  to be secured by appropriate collateral.  Water
    and  sewer  plans must be approved by the appropriate utility companies;
    7) The applicant shall be required to notify the Assessor when the Final
    Plat is recorded.  This notification is required by State Statute and is
    intented  to  ensure  that the open space tract value is pro-rated among
    the  lots  to  avoid  a  separate  tax  bill  for  the open space.  This
    notification  must  be in writing and should include a copy on the Final
    Plat;  8)  Lots  8, 9, 10, and 11 require engineered foundations. A note
    shall appear on the Final Plat that potential lot owners should be aware
    that  steep terrain can cause drainage and erosion problems that require
    special care during and after construction. 

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and
    Staff/Planning  Commission Recommendations, with Amended Conditions, and
    approve  the  Aspenbrook Planned Unit Development Phase II (#93-SU0224).

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    2.   MAJORS  MINOR  RESIDENTIAL  DEVELOPMENT  (#92-EX0175):  SE  1/4  OF
         36-04-69; NORTH SIDE OF COUNTY ROAD 905 (COUNTY ROAD 2); ON
         LARIMER/BOULDER COUNTY LINE 1/2 MILE EAST OF COUNTY ROAD 15;   
         9.9 ACRES; 3 LOTS; FA-1 FARMING ZONING (4-19-93)   

    This is a request to divide a 9.9 acre parcel with 2 existing residences
    into  3  lots  of  3.3 acres each for single family dwelling units.  Ms.
    Evans  provided the area and project description and noted that Staff is
    recommending  that  the smaller of the two mobile homes on Lot 1 must be
    removed  to  eliminate the non-conforming situation of two residences on
    one  lot.   Ms. Evans stated that a petition has been received signed by
    approximately  20  adjacent  property  owners protesting the request, as
    well  as  additional  letters of opposition.  Staff Findings are: 1) The
    proposed   Majors  Minor  Residential  Development  is  consistent  with
    requirements  for  Minor  Residential  Developments  as contained in the
    Larimer  County  Subdivision  Resolution  concerning  the number of lots
    created,  lot  size,  access  and  zoning;  2) The proposed Majors Minor
    Residential Development appears to be consistent with the Larimer County
    Comprehensive Plan; 3) The proposed Majors Minor Residential Development
    appears to be consistent with existing development and rural residential
    uses  in the area; 4) The County Health and Engineering Departments, the
    Berthoud Fire District, utility companies, and other interested agencies
    have  reviewed  the  request and stated no objections as long as certain
    conditions are met; 5) Approval of the proposed Majors Minor Residential
    Development,  with  conditions,  should  not  adversely  affect adjacent
    property,  the  natural  environment,  or  the  provision of services or
    transportation. 

    Staff Recommendation is for Conditional Approval.   

    Ivan  Majors,  applicant, clarified his intentions for the Board, noting
    he  does  not  plan  to  sell  this  property  or  change the use of the
    property.   Mr.  Majors requested six months to one year before removing
    the  smaller  trailer to live in while they are building their new home,
    or possibly using the trailer for storage or as a workshop indefinitely.
    The  following adjacent property owners addressed the Board: Tom Girard,
    Carolyn  Gause,  Charlene  Corey,  Kay  Thomsen,  Betty Weston, and Fred
    Soley,  citing  their  concerns  of  increased traffic on unpaved roads,
    possibility  for rezoning of the area, potential threat of contamination
    of  water  supply,  disruption  of  quality of life, threat to wildlife,
    encroachment  of  land, potential for sewage system problems, etc.  Much
    discussion followed.

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner   Disney  moved  that  the  Board  deny  the  Majors  Minor
    Residential  Development  (#92-EX0175)  Residential  Development  due to
    reasons of compatibility and traffic concerns.  

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    3.   WESTERN  MINI  RANCHES  AMENDED PLAT (#93-SA0257): SE 1/4 20-04-69;
         1/4 MILE WEST OF COUNTY ROAD 21; 2.03 ACRES; 1 LOT (4-19-93)   

    This  is  a request for an Amended Plat of Lot 17, Block 2, Western Mini
    Ranches  to  relocate  the  building  envelope.   Ms. Evans provided the
    background  information,  reviewed  the  major  concerns and issues, and
    noted  that  Staff's  concern is with the increased size of the proposed
    building envelope and possible impacts on views from adjacent lots.  Ms.
    Evans stated that considerable opposition has been raised by neighboring
    property  owners.   Staff  Findings  include:  1)  Western  Mini-Ranches
    Planned  Unit Development was recorded in 1979.  Building envelopes were
    shown  on the recorded Final Plat to reduce cost of utility installation
    and  to  protect  the open, rural nature of the development; 2) Property
    owners,  the  Homeowner's  Association,  and realtors have relied on the
    building  envelope  locations  shown  on  the  Final  Plat for providing
    protection   of  views;  3)  Several  amendments  to  building  envelope
    locations  were  approved  by  the  Board of County Commissioners in the
    past;   4)  The  County  Health,  Engineering  Department,  and  utility
    companies  serving  the property have reviewed the request and stated no
    objection;  5)  Neighboring  property  owners  have  expressed  concerns
    regarding the requested change, including obstruction of views, decrease
    in  property values, and the increased size of the proposed envelope; 6)
    A  reasonable  use of the lot can be made by building within the platted
    envelope.   

    Staff  Recommendation  is  for  Denial  of  the  request to relocate the
    building  envelope  on  Lot  17, Block 2 of Western Mini-Ranches Planned
    Unit Development.   

    Kurt  Schlagel,  applicant,  stated  that  the reason for the request to
    relocate  the  building envelope is due to the neighboring lot owner has
    built a horse corral which is located next to his building envelope, and
    also    noted  that  when  the  existing  trees  grow,  the  view of the
    objecting property owners will be obstructed.  Mr. Schlagel stated he is
    only  building  a  single-story  ranch-style  home  and has met with the
    architectural  review  board  of the subdivision and they have been very
    supportive.   Bill  Lohr and Dwaine Pucket expressed their opposition to
    this  request,  citing  their concern regarding the obstruction of their
    mountain view.  Thomas and Georgine Schreivogel stated they are in favor
    of  this  relocation  of the building envelope noting the impact will be
    minimal.  Discussion followed.  

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and
    Staff  Recommendation  and  deny  the  Western Mini Ranches Amended Plat
    (#93-SA0257).   

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    4.   EAGLE  LAKE  SUBDIVISION  3RD FILING (#92-SU0129): SE 1/4 14-08-69;
         WEST OF HIGHWAY 1, NORTH OF COUNTY ROAD 54; 29.26 ACRES; 10 LOTS;  
         FA-FARMING ZONING (4-19-93).   

    Mr.  Barnett  and  Mr.  Hasler, applicant, stated this item is a consent
    item  and will not be discussed unless requested by the Commissioners or
    members  of  the audience.  This is a request to divide 29.26 acres into
    ten  lots  of 2.3-3.1 acres for single family dwellings.  Staff Findings
    are:  1) The Preliminary Plats for the 3rd and 4th Filings of Eagle Lake
    Subdivision  were  conditionally  approved  on  November  23, 1992.  The
    proposed  Final  Plats are consistent with the Preliminary Plats; 2) The
    County  Engineer  will be required to sign the construction plans before
    the  Final  Plat is recorded.  The plans have been approved by the other
    appropriate  agencies;  3)  The applicant proposes a letter of credit to
    secure  the  Subdivision  Improvements  Agreement.   This  collateral is
    acceptable according to the Collateral Policy.  
    Staff  Recommendation  is  for  Approval  of  the Final Plat for the 3rd
    Filing  of  Eagle Lake Subdivision with the following conditions: 1) The
    County  Engineer  shall  approve the final construction plans before the
    Final  Plat  is  recorded;  2)  The applicant shall prepare an agreement
    concerning  the  looping  of Eagle Lake Drive, if the east side of Eagle
    Lake is developed.  This agreement shall be recorded with the Final Plat
    for the 3rd Filing. 

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and
    Staff  Recommendation  and approve the Eagle Lake Subdivision 3rd Filing
    (#92-SU0129).   

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    5.   EAGLE  LAKE  SUBDIVISION  4TH FILING (#92-SU0129): SE 1/4 14-08-69;
         WEST OF HIGHWAY 1, NORTH OF COUNTY ROAD 54; 7.29 ACRES; 3 LOTS;
         FA-FARMING ZONING (4-19-93)

    This  is a request to divide 7.29 acres into three lots of 2.3, 2.4, and
    2.6  acres for single family dwellings.  Mr. Kadera stated that the main
    concern  with  the  4th  Filing is the existing property owners concerns
    regarding  a  stub street which extends to the south property line.  The
    property  owner is considering the possibility of further development to
    the  south  of  this  property and the street connection is plausible to
    Staff.  Staff Findings include: 1) The Preliminary Plats for the 3rd and
    4th  Filings  of  Eagle  Lake Subdivision were conditionally approved on
    November  23,  1992.   The  proposed Final Plats are consistent with the
    Preliminary  Plats;  2) The County Engineer will be required to sign the
    construction  plans  before  the Final Plat is recorded.  The plans have
    been  approved  by  the  other  appropriate  agencies;  3) The applicant
    proposes  a  letter  of  credit  to  secure the Subdivision Improvements
    Agreement.   This  collateral  is acceptable according to the Collateral
    Policy. 

    Staff  Recommendation  is  for  Approval  of  the Final Plat for the 4th
    Filing  of  Eagle Lake Subdivision with the following conditions: 1) The
    County  Engineer  shall  approve the final construction plans before the
    Final  Plat  is  recorded;  2)  The applicant shall prepare an agreement
    concerning  the  looping  of Eagle Lake Drive, if the east side of Eagle
    Lake is developed.  This agreement shall be recorded with the Final Plat
    for the 4th Filing. 

    Mr.  Hasler,  attorney  for  the applicant, stated that the main concern
    regarding  the  stub  street  is that the Carters and Nashs were assured
    when  they  purchased their lots that there would be no traffic by their
    homes; Mrs.  Carter has an illness which is affected by traffic exhaust.
    Mr.  Hasler  proposed  that  if  the  Board  approves  this request, the
    applicant would like to reserve the right to acquire the property to the
    south in the future and add it to Eagle Lake, which is authorized by the
    covenants.   The  applicant  is willing to commit to the Carters and the
    Nashs  that  if  the south property is purchased, they will petition the
    Board  to  make  the road coming in from Douglas Road a private road and
    install  a  controlled  access  on  this  road.   Also, the lot size and
    density  will  be  comparable  to the other lots in Eagle Lake; and they
    will  oppose any other developer coming in and using the roads thru this
    property.   Mr.  Hasler  will  work  with  Ms. Haag, the Carters and the
    Nashs,  and  draft  an  agreement  letter  containing these commitments.

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and
    Staff  Recommendation  and approve the Eagle Lake Subdivision 4th Filing
    (#92-SU0129), pending approval of legal counsel.

    Motion carried 2 - 0 .  

    6.   At  this  time,  Mr. Hasler withdrew the request for the Eagle Lake
    Subdivision 2nd Filing Amended Plat.

    7.  STEELE EXEMPTION APPEAL (#93-VA0235): SE 1/4 17-06-68; NORTH SIDE OF
        COUNTY ROAD 32, 1/2 MILES WEST OF I-25, SOUTH OF FOSSIL CREEK   
        RESERVOIR; 10 ACRES; 1 LOT; AP-AIRPORT ZONING (4-19-93) 

    This  is an appeal to allow the property owners to submit an application
    for subdivision Minor Residential Development to create a 10-acre parcel
    and  a  54.5 acre parcel.  The 64.5 acres is a tract that was created in
    1974  with  the approval of the Riddell Exemption.  Mr. Pedas noted this
    appeal  is  being  submitted  because  of an illegal land division.  Mr.
    Pedas  provided  the background information, reviewed the major concerns
    and  issues,  and stated that if the Appeal is granted and the Exemption
    is  approved,  the  matter  of  the illegal division is resolved.  Staff
    Findings  are: 1) The subject property was a 64. 5-acre parcel resulting
    from  an  approved  Subdivision  Exemption  on February 13, 1974; 2) The
    subject  property  does  not  qualify for an Exemption under the present
    guidelines  and  criteria for Exemptions; 3) The current property owners
    were  apparently  given inaccurate information relative to the status of
    the  10-acre  parcel  as  a  legal building site, and they are unable to
    obtain  a  building  permit to construct a single family dwelling on the
    site.   

    Staff Recommendation is for Approval of the Appeal to allow the Steele's
    to  submit  an  Exemption  request  to  create  a  10-acre  parcel and a
    54.5-acre   parcel  from  a  64.5-acre  parcel  created  in  1974  by  a
    Subdivision Exemption.  

    Mr.  Jim  Martell,  attorney  for the applicant, addressed the Board and
    requested  their approval of this appeal to allow the property owners to
    submit  an  application  for  Subdivision Minor Residential Development.
    Mr.  Barnett noted that this Appeal is for a MRD under the new criteria.

    M O T I O N 

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and
    Recommendation  and  approve  the  Steele Exemption Appeal (#93-VA0235).

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    The meeting adjourned at 11:50 a.m. 
    WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1993   

                             ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS 
                                     (#203) 

    The  Board  of  County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. in regular session
    with  Bill  Gordon,  County Administrator.  Chairman Hotchkiss presided;
    Commissioner  Disney  was present.  Commissioner Duvall was out of town.
    Also  present  were  Linda  Coxen,  Administrative  Manager,  Office  of
    District   Attorney   and   Elaine  Spencer,  Manager,  Engineering  and
    Operations.  Recording Clerk, D. Lord.  

    1.   REQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO APPLY FOR A FEDERAL GRANT - 1993 VICTIMS OF
    CRIME ACT APPLICATION.  Ms. Coxen reported to the Board that the program
    began  in  1990; however, the reauthorization of the Act would force the
    county  to  compete  for funding if an increase was requested this year.
    Therefore,  the  requested amount of federal funds for 1993 would be the
    same  as  1992:   $9,361.00.   The grant provides services to victims of
    domestic  violence in the county.  She assured the Board that they would
    continue  to  seek  diversified  funding  sources to limit the amount of
    funding requested from the county.  

    2.   DISCUSSION REGARDING APPOINTMENTS TO THE NORTH FRONT RANGE REGIONAL
    TRANSPORTATION  COMMITTEE.  Ms. Spencer reviewed the process involved in
    developing the names in nomination for the committee, which will include
    representatives   from  Larimer  and  Weld  Counties,  including  cities
    representation.  She asked that the Board approve the list. 

    MOTION  

    Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve the appointments of the
    following  nominees to the committee, until such time that their task is
    completed:   David  French,  Don  Nelson, John Harvey, Jerry Blehm, John
    Barnett,  Ed  Haimes,  Ken  Ashley,  Elaine Spencer, Sam Szymanski, Owen
    Walters,  Earl  Wilkinson, Steve Johnson, Dale Miller, Larry Simpson and
    John Peacock.   

    MOTION  

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    3.    ACCEPTANCE  OF  RESIGNATION  AND  APPOINTMENT  TO THE LARIMER-WELD
    REVOLVING  LOAN  FUND  COMMITTEE.  Mr. Gordon reported to the Board that
    Mr.  Greenberg  had  submitted his resignation from the committee due to
    his  current workload.  In his letter he recommended Ms. Kathy Kregel as
    his  replacement  on the committee.  A letter from Kathy Kregel had been
    submitted  indicating her interest in being appointed as Mr. Greenberg's
    replacement.   Commissioner  Disney  reported  that  he had met with Ms.
    Kregel  and  discussed  the  appointment  with  her  in  relation to the
    duration of her appointment.
    MOTION  

    Commissioner   Disney  moved  that  the  Board  accept  Mr.  Greenberg's
    resignation  and  appoint Ms. Kregel as his replacement for the duration
    of his current term, which runs until December 31, 1993.

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    4.  COMMISSIONER'S REPORTS  

    Commissioner Disney reported that he had met with the Colorado Counties,
    Incorporated  Tax  and  Finance  Committee  regarding  Amendment 1.  The
    consensus  was that the counties would live with the consequences of the
    amendment  for  the  current year and then revamp the entire system next
    year.  He said that, depending upon the changes in the assessed value of
    homes,  the  impact  on  county budgets could range from mild to severe.
    The  assessments  for residential homes would drop to 12.86 percent, but
    commercial   assessments  would  remain  the  same.   If  the  value  of
    residential homes increased by the same amount that the assessments were
    required  to  drop,  county budgets would remain stable.  However, there
    would  be  no  way to predict the acutal impact until the implementation
    year was over.  

    Commissioner  Disney  also  reported  that  the elimination of the Lotto
    discussed by the State Legislature was dead for this year, and that 1126
    appeared  to  be doomed as well.  In relation to the School Impact fees,
    it  would  be  up  to  the  school  districts  to  make  the first move.

    Mr.  Gordon  noted  that the resolution to increase classified employees
    salaries  by  1  percent  on July 1st would be ready for adoption by the
    Board at the next Administrative Matters meeting.   

    5.   WORKSESSION:   

    No items.   

    6.    DOCUMENT REVIEW:  The following documents, of routine nature, were
    considered by the Board:

    MOTION  

    Commissioner  Disney  moved  that  the Board approve the Minutes for the
    week  of  April 12, 1993, and the agenda for the week of April 26, 1993,
    as submitted.   

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve Petitions for Abatement
    for  Mary  Lee/Marien  Steward,  Robert R. Cole, John & Lorene Ann Baum,
    AAFB,  Inc., Kelly/Lynn Dean, Herman and Dorothy Sedillo, W.W. Reynolds,
    Bountiful,  A.  Lynn  DeGeorge,  Lee  & Ruth Wagner, Susan Dumont, James
    McCreery,  Norlarco  C.U.,  Tool  &  Johnson,  Corlene Van Sluizer, and,
    Choice Roofing, Inc.

    Moion carried 2 - 0.
    MOTION  

    Commissioner   Disney   moved  that  the  Board  approve  the  following
    miscellaneous  documents:  Westridge Estates, P.U.D. Amended Plat - Lots
    4  &  5;   Miles  Minor  Residential Development Plat - #S-115-92;  and,
    Application  for Funds for Drug Control and Improvement Program (DCSIP).

    Motion carried 2 - 0.   

    LIQUOR  LICENSES:  County Approval was granted to Alman's Deli Works, 6%
    - Fort Collins, CO; and a Waive of Hearing for a Change of Ownership for
    Fall  River  Properties,  Inc.  dba Dark Horse Restaurant & Lounge, 2760
    Fall  River  Road,  Estes  Park,  CO.  for  a  Hotel & Restaurant Liquor
    License.   Licenses  were  issued  to  Lovin Oven, 6% - Loveland, CO and
    Mountain Greenery Resort, 6% - Bellvue, CO. 

    MOTION  

    Commissioner   Disney   moved  that  the  Board  approve  the  following
    documents:  

    A93-73  LEASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND   
            PORTER INDUSTRIES (Office Space at 418 E. 4th St. Ste.4, Loveland)  

    A93-74  AGREEMENT CONCERNING ROAD IMPROVEMENTS ON COUNTY ROAD 2H
            BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND RICHARD L. AND
            MARYANNE WEISS (Right-of-Way - Project #166)

    A93-75  AGREEMENT CONCERNING BRIDGE REPLACEMENT ON COUNTY ROAD 63E  
            BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND LOWELL K. 
            AND LOUISE T. ADAMS, ALBERT D. AND PHYLLIS K. DAVIS, JOSEPH P.  
            AND ERNESTINE A. COX AND LEROY J. AND FRANCES E. GRONQUIST  

    A93-76  WARRANTY COLLATERAL AGREEMENT FOR EAGLE LAKE - FIRST FILING 
            BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND WESTERN LAND  
            AND INVESTMENT CORPORATION  

    A93-77  WARRANTY COLLATERAL AGREEMENT FOR EAGLE LAKE - SECOND FILING
            BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND WESTERN LAND AND  
            INVESTMENT CORPORATION  

    A93-78  SUBDIVISION IMPROVEMENT AGREEMENT FOR MILES MINOR RESIDENTIAL   
            DEVELOPMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND   
            JEROLD L. MILES ASSOCIATES IV   

    R93-53s  RESOLUTION REGARDING RELEASE OF COLLATERAL FOR EAGLE LAKE- 
             FIRST FILING   

    R93-54s  RESOLUTION REGARDING RELEASE OF COLLATERAL FOR EAGLE LAKE- 
             SECOND FILING  

    R93-55s  RESOLUTION REGARDING REALEASE OF COLLATERAL FOR CRYSTAL VIEW   
             SECOND SUBDIVISION 

    R93-56s  RESOLUTION REGARDING RELEASE OF RESTRICTION ON SALE OF LOTS FOR
             CRYSTAL VIEW SECOND SUBDIVISION

    R93-57g  RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING SPECIAL EVENT PERMIT REQUIREMENTS FOR  
             LARIMER COUNTY ROADS   

    The meeting adjourned at 9:55 a.m.  




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


    ATTEST: 





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    Dolores Lord, Deputy County Clerk   





    _____________________________________   
    Sherry E. Graves. Deputy County Clerk   

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