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PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1994

SUBDIVISIONS

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The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:00 a.m. in regular session with John Barnett, Director of Planning. Chair Duvall presided; Commissioners Disney and Hotchkiss were present. Also present were: Al Kadera, Subdivision Administrator; John Pedas, Code Enforcement Officer; Russ Legg, Chief Planner; Jerry Blehm, Environmental Health; and Jeannine Haag, Assistant County Attorney. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

Chair Duvall noted that the Board has been requested to table the following three items:

M O T I O N

Commissioner Disney moved that the Board table the Madrid Subdivision (#94-SU0439) until February 27, 1995, the Royal Vista Subdivision (#94-SU0504) until January 17, 1995, and the Trapper's Point 2nd Filing (#93-SU0381) until December 12, 1994.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

Chair Duvall stated that the Sun Valley Mobile Home Park (#94-MZ0452) has been removed from today's agenda, as requested by the applicant.

1. THOMAS JUNKYARD VIOLATION (#94-ZV0430): NW 1/4, 33-10-68,

14450 NORTH COUNTY ROAD 9 (11-14-94).

This alleged violation is for storing inoperable/unlicensed vehicles in the O-Open Zoning District. Mr. Pedas provided the property description and reviewed the major concerns and issues; the property owner was not present for today's hearing. Staff Findings include: 1) The subject property is zoned O-Open District; 2) The O-Open District does not permit vehicle storage not accessory to a permitted use, or vehicle salvage operations; 3) Outside storage of vehicles is inconsistent with the "rural" character of the neighborhood; 4) Continued use of the property inconsistent with the provisions of the zoning regulations may affect property values in the area. The Staff Recommendation is to find that a violation exists, require compliance within 60 days, and authorize legal action if the deadline is not met. John Luciano, adjacent property owner, addressed the Board and stated that allowing the property owner 60 days is too lenient as this has been an on-going problem for at least 5 years and he has been warned to clean up the site, but has chosen to do nothing. Discussion followed.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Hotchkiss moved that the Board adopt the Staff Findings and Staff Recommendation and find that a violation exists, require compliance within 60 days, and authorize legal action if the deadline is not met.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

2. GARDELS MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT (#94-EX0563):

NE 1/4, 19-05-68, SOUTH SIDE OF COUNTY ROAD 70 (EAST FIRST

STREET), 1/2 MILE WEST OF COUNTY ROAD 9E; 22.82 ACRES;

2 LOTS; FA-FARMING ZONING (11-14-94).

This is a request for a Minor Residential Development to divide 22.82 acres into two lots of 20.5 acres and 2.29 acres for single family dwellings. Mr. Legg reminded the Board that this item was heard previously on October 24, 1994 at which time the Board tabled the item until comments were received from the City of Loveland. Mr. Legg reviewed the City of Loveland's comments in which they stated they do not have a problem with the proposed development, but do agree with staff that the wetlands need to be analyzed. Mr. Legg stated that staff is not changing their recommendation for denial; however, if the Board approves the request, the following list of conditions for approval were recommended by staff: 1) A wetlands assessment should be completed by a qualified wetlands/wildlife biologist and the location of such areas be delineated as "non-buildable sites" on the Final Plat; 2) As requested by the Health Department, a registered engineer would need to certify that the existing system size and ET bed would meet all current standards and accommodate the building size; if this could not be done, an engineered septic system would be required for Lot 1; 3) The applicant meet the City of Loveland Fire Protection Bureau requirements or approved alternatives; 4) The Final Plat should include all the required items as specified on the Final Plat Checklist; this would include a survey of the complete parcel and proposed lots; 5) The applicant meet all requirements as specified by the Engineering Department. This would include the dedication of right-of-way as determined by the department. Comments on road improvement fees should be noted on the Plat; additional issues, as addressed during CTR, would also need to be satisfied; 6) Park fees for Lot 1 be noted on the Final Plat; 7) The dedication of a 15-foot utility easement adjacent to the 30 foot right-of-way along East First Street or County Road 20 as requested by the Public Service Company of Colorado; 8) The applicant would need to remove the existing building on Lot 1 before a (structural) building permit would be issued; 9) The applicant must sign an annexation agreement consenting to annex to the City of Loveland when eligible for annexation.

Mark Corbridge, representing the applicant, informed the Board that Ms. Gardels' intention is to remove the existing structure and replace it with a new one and she has attempted to make a good faith effort to improve the property and is willing to do almost anything that is required to improve the property, except extending the sewer 700 feet which would be cost prohibitive. Dale Osborn, spokesman for Ms. Gardels, stated that the proposal is a very simple project, Ms. Gardels is just replacing one structure with another structure. Chair Duvall stated that although the applicant is replacing an existing structure with another, it has not been lived in for over 20 years and probably should not be there and two lots will be created in the UGA; therefore, she cannot support the request.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve the Gardels Minor Residential Development (#94-EX0563) with the conditions as outlined.

Motion carried 2 - 1; Chair Duvall dissenting.

3. DEPPERSCHMIDT MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT (#94-EX0566):

NE 1/4, 26-05-69, WEST SIDE OF SOUTH GARFIELD (COUNTY ROAD 15)

1/2 MILE SOUTH OF STATE HIGHWAY 402; 6.66 ACRES; 2 LOTS;

FA-FARMING ZONING (11-14-94).

This is a request for a Minor Residential Development to divide 6.66 acres into two lots of .74 acres and 5.9 acres for single family dwellings; one dwelling exists on the 5.9 acre lot. Mr. Legg reminded the Board that this item was also tabled during a meeting on October 24, 1994 to allow time to receive comments from the City of Loveland; those comments have been received and they recommend conditional approval if the applicant will enter into an agreement consenting to annex into the City of Loveland at their request. Mr. Legg noted that originally the Larimer County Planning Staff recommended denial primarily because of the lack of access to the rear of the property; however, after receiving the comments from the City of Loveland and their recommendation of conditional approval, the County Staff recommends approval with the following conditions: 1) The Engineering Department requires a 50-foot wide right-of-way dedication. In addition, a 20-foot wide paved road with a 2 feet of shoulder (all weather) on each side and a bulb would need to be completed from the road intersection to the new lot; 2) The new lot would be required to be on both public water and sewer; 3) The applicant meet the City of Loveland Fire Protection Bureau requirements or approved alternatives; 4) The Final Plat should include all the required items as specified on the Final Plat checklist; 5) Park fees for Lot 1 be noted on the Final Plat; 6) A small area on the west end of the lot should be designated as wetlands as determined by the Army Corps of Engineers; 7) The applicant must sign an annexation agreement consenting to annex to the City of Loveland when eligible for annexation.

Mr. Legg stated that if this proposal is approved by the Board, there will be a six-month time limit for complying with the conditions. Rod Depperschmidt, applicant, stated that he is building a house on the second lot for his in-laws and has no intentions to subdivide. Ms. Haag reviewed the map of the site and noted that currently there is access onto the lot that is being created. Mr. Legg stated that they are creating a large parcel and the concern is for the future when new owners might wish to further divide the lot. Ms. Haag stated that if the owners in the future want to divide the property, they will have to provide access to the back of the lot; in the meantime, the two lots they are creating have access. Chair Duvall stated that she feels this request meets the original intention of exemptions, which is to allow families to live next to each other.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve the Depperschmidt Minor Residential Development (#94-EX0566), with the conditions as outlined.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

The meeting recessed at 10:00 a.m.

FINANCE PUBLIC HEARING

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The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 1:30 p.m. for a public hearing regarding single family mortgage revenue bonds. Chair Duvall presided; Commissioners Disney and Hotchkiss were present. Also present were Bob Grewell, Director of Finance, and Diane Martell, Interim Director Human Development Department. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

Mr. Grewell informed the Board that the purpose of today's public hearing is to provide an opportunity to solicit input from the public regarding the assigning of Larimer County's private activity bond allocation of $1,424,600 to Boulder County, which will allow them to issue single family mortgage revenue bonds to finance mortgage loans for qualified low and middle income purchasers of single family residences in Larimer County. At the conclusion of the hearing, the Board will be requested to approve, and the Chair sign, three documents relating to the assignment of Single Family Mortgage Revenue Bonds, Series 1994.

Lou Stitzel and Betty Maloney addressed the Board and requested information concerning how these bonds will be accessed, the particular guidelines, time limit, interest rate, etc. Mr. Grewell stated he will meet with them after today's meeting and make available to them a packet of information which will answer all their questions in detail.


M O T I O N

Commissioner Hotchkiss moved that the Board approve a Certificate, Resolution, and a Delegation Agreement authorizing the transfer of Larimer County's share of Single Family Mortgage Revenue Bonds, Series 1994 to Boulder County, and authorize the Chair to sign the three documents.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

R94-139g RESOLUTION ("EXHIBIT A") AUTHORIZING THE DELEGATION

TO BOULDER, COUNTY, COLORADO FROM LARIMER COUNTY

THE ISSUANCE OF SINGLE FAMILY MORTGAGE REVENUE

BONDS TO FINANCE AND REFINANCE RESIDENTIAL HOUSING

FOR LOW AND MIDDLE INCOME PERSONS AND FAMILIES

A94-161 DELEGATION AGREEMENT ("EXHIBIT B") BETWEEN

LARIMER COUNTY AND BOULDER COUNTY ACCEPTING

THE DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY TO SELL BONDS TO

FINANCE MORTGAGES

The meeting recessed at 1:50 p.m.

ABATEMENT HEARING FOR SPORTS EXCHANGE

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The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 3:00 p.m. to consider a petition for abatement of taxes for Sports Exchange. Chair Duvall presided; Commissioners Disney and Hotchkiss were present. Also present was Bonnie Swartz, Senior Appraiser Personal Property. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

Ms. Swartz reviewed the history of the file on Sports Exchange, noting that the original value was established using information filed by the previous owner in 1991; in May of 1992 Mr. White assumed the lease and changed the name of the business; however, the Assessor's Office was not notified of this change until 1993. Ms. Swartz stated that a declaration schedule for 1992 was not filed by Mr. White; subsequently an audit was conducted and the equipment reported on the 1991 declaration schedule was confirmed and omitted equipment was added and the 1993 value was established. Ms. Swartz stated that a notice of that value was sent to Mr. White and no protest was registered and no declaration schedule was filed in 1993. Pursuant to Statute, the Assessor's value shall not be rendered invalid because of failure to receive a declaration schedule; therefore, the Assessor's Office is recommending denial of this petition for an abatement of taxes.

Anthony White, petitioner, stated he assumed the lease and purchased some of the personal property in May of 1992. Mr. White acknowledged that an audit was conducted on the personal property and he assumed that since an audit was performed he did not need to file a declaration schedule. When Mr. White received notice of the taxes due in 1993, the amount seemed high and so he came to the Assessor's Office to ask questions; his questions were answered and he paid the taxes and, at that time, he submitted his personal property list for 1994. Mr. White stated that later he received a letter showing a differential of $10,000 from 1993 to 1994; he checked into this and discovered there were items on the list which he never owned and on which he paid taxes in 1993; therefore, he is requesting an abatement of taxes in the amount of $335.64. Much discussion followed.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Hotchkiss moved that the Board allow a partial abatement (one half of the amount requested) of $167.82 to Mr. Anthony White of Sports Exchange at 124 E. 4th, Loveland, CO.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

The meeting adjourned at 3:45 p.m.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1994

PUBLIC WORKS STANDING MEETING

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The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. in regular session with Rex Smith, Director of Public Works. Chair Duvall presided; Commissioners Disney and Hotchkiss were present. Also present were: Bill Heiden, Road and Bridge Director; John MacFarlane, Parks Director; John Clarke, Commissioner Elect; and Frank Lancaster, County Manager. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

1. Discussion on Primary Crusher Purchase: During the Public Works Meeting on October 18, 1994, Mr. Heiden requested approval from the Board to purchase primary crusher equipment; at that time, he outlined the cost of renting this equipment versus purchasing it. Before approving this capital expenditure, the Board requested that a cost benefit analysis be completed to determine if it is to the county's benefit to make this investment. Today, the cost analysis for the primary crusher was submitted to the Board showing that the entire purchase price would be recovered through savings in rental costs during the third year of ownership, the net cost of the crusher would be recovered from savings in rental costs during the second year of ownership, and the net annual savings from owning the equipment will be $97,700. Mr. Heiden noted that labor and maintenance costs will remain the same each year, as the county did the maintenance on the rental equipment. Mr. Smith stated that funds for this expenditure will be derived from funds budgeted for next year for rental costs and the balance from the 1994 fund balance. Chair Duvall asked about roto-milled asphalt and if it would be more cost effective than magnesium chloride; Mr. Heiden responded that it is an alternative, but there is very little available. Much discussion followed.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve the expenditure of up to $240,000 for the purchase of primary crusher equipment for the Road and Bridge Department, source of this funding will be from the 1994 Road and Bridge fund balance and from a decrease in the 1995 budget for rental equipment.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

2. Update on Condition of CR 27 (Buckhorn Road): Mr. Heiden provided an update for the Board on the condition of the Buckhorn Road from the Jacobson Pit to within one mile of the Stove Prairie School, approximately ten miles. Mr. Heiden acknowledged that there are problems on the road and he has reviewed all the things which may have caused these problems; such as, the introduction of magnesium chloride, time of the season, grade of the road, how the roadway cross section was built, location, topography, etc. After doing the analysis, he concluded that a combination of things caused the problem and adding magnesium chloride this late in the season was probably a mistake as it is retaining water and the road has not had time to cure. Mr. Heiden stated that gravel could be applied to the road, but it would cost $60,000 for the ten miles; he would like to wait for the road to cure and noted there won't be a problem now until spring because the ground is frozen.

Chair Duvall noted that there is a meeting scheduled at the Stove Prairie School at 2 p.m. this Saturday, November 19, 1994 with the residents in the area to discuss possible solutions to the slippery and unsafe road conditions and the people up there are expecting action right now from the county. Chair Duvall asked Mr. Heiden what he is going to tell these people on Saturday; he responded that he will listen to what the people have to say and he will tell them whatever the Board directs him to say. Mr. Heiden stated that he is certain that time will solve the problem, but if the Board wants an immediate solution, something can be done in the interim. Commissioner Disney said that the reasonable solution is to do the bad spots now. Mr. Smith cautioned that if additional money is spent on this road, some other road designated for improvements will not be improved because of limited funds. Chair Duvall stated that when the county creates a safety problem, they need to solve it. After further discussion, it was decided that Mr. Heiden should put 3/4 inch concrete aggregate on Fletcher Hill and the dangerous "S" curve to give grid to the surface as a temporary solution. CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to direct Mr. Heiden to gravel these bad spots before the meeting on Saturday so the people can see what we are going to do and if it is going to work. Chair Duvall noted that she will be sending a letter to John Benson and Richard Schmidt informing them of the Board's temporary solution to alleviate the dangerous road conditions on the Buckhorn.

3. Park Permit Fee Increase: Mr. MacFarlane stated that when the Parks Master Plan was written, it included a recommendation that park fees be raised more often to keep up with inflation; he noted that the fees were not changed during the 1993 and 1994 seasons. Mr. MacFarlane requested Board approval to raise the annual permits to $35 and the weekday daily permits to $5, as recommended by the Parks Board; he noted that the majority of the people using the parks will not be affected by the increase.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve the park permit fee increase, as requested by the Larimer County Parks Board and Mr. MacFarlane.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

The meeting adjourned at 10:40 a.m.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1994

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

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The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. in regular session with Frank Lancaster, County Manager. Chair Duvall presided; Commissioners Disney and Hotchkiss were present. Also present were: Lew Wymisner, Enterprise Zone Administrator; Neil Gluckman, Assistant County Manager; and Donna Hart, Assistant to the County Manager. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

1. COUNTY ENTERPRISE ZONE ADMINISTRATION FEE: Mr. Wymisner stated that he recently received a request to consider capping the fee the county collects for single Enterprise Zone contributions over $10,000. Mr. Wymisner stated that he could make this decision administratively, but he wanted to bring it to the Board for a decision. Mr. Wymisner recommended that the Board approve the cap as it might encourage people to make larger contributions. Chair Duvall asked if we need a minimum as well as a maximum; Mr. Wymisner said that he is considering this possibility. They need to determine what it takes to process a contribution; Commissioner Disney would like to see a cost analysis. CONSENSUS OF THE BOARD was to support the request to cap the fee at $300 or 3% up to a maximum of a $10,000 contribution.

Mr. Wymisner submitted a draft of a letter he has written to Evan Metcalf, Colorado Department of Local Affairs Enterprise Zone Coordinator, and requested the Board's consent and approval of same as it reiterates a request from the Board and other elected officials their desire to have a meeting with Mr. Metcalf and Mr. Kaltenberger to discuss enterprise zones. After reading the letter, Commissioner Disney suggested that a paragraph be added also supporting the agriculture industry in Larimer County.

Mr. Wymisner noted that the Recognition Awards Luncheon will be held on December 13, 1994 at 11:30 a.m. at the Lincoln Center and he extended a special invitation to Commissioner Hotchkiss to attend as he will be receiving an award for his support and helpfulness to Employment and Training Services during his tenure as Commissioner.

At this time, County Attorney George Hass joined the meeting for Legal Matters.

2. REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF DEED OF TRUST: Mr. Hass requested Board approval and the Chair's signature on a Quit-Claim Deed for property at the corner of Terry Lake Road and Country Club Road immediately south of the lake; this property is going to be used by a developer of an adjacent property for a detention pond site.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Hotchkiss moved that the Board approve a Resolution for Conveyance and a Quit-Claim Deed for a tract of land in the N 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of Section 36, Township 8 North, Range 69 West of the 6th P.M., City of Fort Collins, County of Larimer, State of Colorado.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

D94-34 QUIT-CLAIM DEED FROM LARIMER COUNTY TO SANDCREEK

ASSOCIATES, A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY

Commissioner Disney gave Mr. Hass a letter to review and respond to about the county's ability to give tax credits for open space.

3. RESOLUTIONS DECLARING ELECTION RESULTS OF (A) POST SALE TAX AND (B) LAW ENFORCEMENT AUTHORITY TAX: Mr. Lancaster submitted two resolutions in which the Clerk and Recorder has certified the election results for the two issues 1A (POST 2001) and 1C (Law Enforcement Authority).

M O T I O N

Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve two resolutions concerning the election of Larimer County Referred Issue 1A and 1C, and authorize the Chair to sign same.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

R94-140g RESOLUTION CONCERNING ELECTION ON REFERRED

ISSUE 1A (POST 2001)

R94-141g RESOLUTION CONCERNING ELECTION ON REFERRED

ISSUE 1C (LAW ENFORCEMENT AUTHORITY)

4. WORKSESSION:

-- Appointed Officials Salaries: Mr. Lancaster noted that discussion of the appointed officials salaries was to be held this week; however, market comparisons are being done and they will be ready to have this discussion the first week in December.

-- Policy Worksession - Cabinet Meeting Agenda: Mr. Lancaster submitted the agenda for the Policy Worksession-Cabinet Meeting and reviewed a revised draft copy of a Resolution creating Larimer County Offices in which Appointees serve at the pleasure of the Board of County Commissioners. Other subjects for discussion will be SDIC Training, Proposed Organizational Structure Changes, and if time allows, Continuation of Discussion of "Survival Behavior".

-- Invitations to the Board: Ms. Hart reviewed the following invitations with the Board: 1) Senior Chuckwagon Thanksgiving Meals - November 21 and 22 at noon at eight different locations - Chair Duvall will be out of town next week; Commissioner Hotchkiss will attend the dinner at the Senior Center and Commissioner Disney will attend the dinner at the Berthoud Senior Center; 2) United Way Campaign Wrap-Up Reception on Friday, November 18, 1994 at 4 p.m. at University Park Holiday Inn; 3) CCI hosting a new Commissioner Orientation Seminar January 18-20, 1995 at the Denver Radisson Hotel - All the Commissioners are invited to attend along with Commissioner Elect John Clarke; 4) Fort Collins Housing Authority Hillcrest ground breaking ceremony - November 18, 1994 at 2:30 p.m. at Impala Circle; 5) Employer Roundtable Discussion on "Stop Hiding Behind the Desk" on November 17, 1994 from 8 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. at the Lincoln Center - Chair Duvall will attend; 6) City of Fort Collins suggesting dates for 4 Quarterly Meetings with Board of County Commissioners, and dates for two bi-annual joint meetings with Fort Collins, Loveland, and County Commissioners, and dates for bi-monthly meetings with northern Colorado regional cities and counties for the purpose of building communication on matters of joint concern and regional planning and problem solving for northern Colorado's future - after reviewing the suggested dates, the Board directed Ms. Hart to work on a combined schedule to reduce the number of meeting times; 7) Parks Board wants a worksession with the Board to discuss "Where do we go from here?" Commissioner Disney suggested December 14, 1994 at 6 p.m. a pizza worksession with Parks Department, Parks Board, and the Board - Board concurred; 8) Department Head Meeting on Friday morning.

5. COMMISSIONERS' REPORTS - ADMINISTRATIVE:

-- Commissioner Hotchkiss noted that the Board received a resolution from the City of Fort Collins requesting that the courthouse and future administrative buildings remain downtown; he encouraged the Board to respond to that request by asking them if they would be willing to make a commitment with their half of Block 31. The Board asked Commissioner Hotchkiss, Mr. Lancaster and Mr. Anderson to draft a letter to the City of Fort Collins and make this suggestion. However, Commissioner Disney suggested waiting to send this letter until a recommendation is received from the Facilities Planning Group. Chair Duvall suggested also sending the letter to the private sector, the Chamber of Commerce, etc.

-- Commissioner Disney reported on the budget hearing held in Loveland last night; in addition to himself, John Clarke, Frank Lancaster, and Bob Keister were in attendance.

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

M O T I O N

Commissioner Hotchkiss moved that the Board approve the Minutes for the week of November 7, 1994 and the Agenda for the week of November 21, 1994, as submitted.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

Chair Duvall suggested that in the future she would like to start a new policy of the Board reviewing each meeting listed on the Agenda in detail.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Hotchkiss moved that the Board approve Petitions of Abatement, as recommended by the County Assessor, for the following: Gazebo Restaurant; Precision Cut Lawn; Ram Waste Systems; Barela & Sons; Safeguard Business Systems; Vasquez; Williams; Nikkel; Doty; Riggs; Maxwell; Jenkins; Vesy; Wild; Hand; and Dietz.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Hotchkiss moved that the Board approve the following miscellaneous documents: Tarum Minor Land Division Plat; Ferguson Subdivision Amended Plat; Sunship Planned Unit Development Plat; Steinbach Estate Conveyance of Lots (Real Property Transfer Declaration and Receipt and Release); and the Social Services Check Register for October 1994.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

LIQUOR LICENSES: A License was issued to Hilltop Outpost - 3.2% - Red Feather, CO.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Hotchkiss moved that the Board approve the following documents:

A94-162 AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY

COMMISSIONERS AND ARTHUR L. AND MARILYN J. MEYER

(Bridge Replacement on CR 70 (Coal Creek Bridge) - Project #160

D94-35 QUIT-CLAIM DEED TO CRYSTAL LAKES WATER AND SEWER

ASSOCIATION - LOT 106, FIFTEENTH FILING P.U.D.

R94-142s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE AMENDED

MASTER PLAN OF RAM'S HORN VILLAGE PLANNED UNIT

DEVELOPMENT

R94-143s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE AMENDED

PLAT OF LOTS 4-9 OF AIRPORT HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION AND

THE VACATION OF HIGH PLACE

R94-144z SPECIAL REVIEW FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING

THE PETITION OF LAPORTE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

R94-145z FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE AMENDMENT

TO THE SPRAGUE SPECIAL REVIEW

R94-146z SPECIAL REVIEW FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING

THE PETITION OF BERTHOUD SUNSET QUARRY

R94-147s FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION CONCERNING LARIMER COUNTY

SUBDIVISION RESOLUTION AMENDMENTS AND LARIMER

COUNTY PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT RESOLUTION

AMENDMENTS

R94-148g RESOLUTION CONCERNING ELECTION ON REFERRED ISSUE

1B (Acceptance of Election Results for Colony Ridge)

Motion carried 3 - 0.

The meeting adjourned at 10:45 a.m.


______________________________________

JANET S. DUVALL, CHAIR

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

( S E A L )

ATTEST:

________________________________________

Sherry E. Graves, Deputy County Clerk

November 16, 1994

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