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PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1996

MEETING TO ADOPT TWO RESOLUTIONS

The Board of County Commissioners met at 10:00 a.m. in regular session to adopt two resolutions. Chair Clarke presided and Commissioner Disney was present; Commissioner Duvall was attending another meeting at this time. Also present was Frank Lancaster, County Manager. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Disney moved that the Board of County Commissioners adopt the Resolution Opposing SB96-48, Eliminating County "1041 Powers", and authorize the Chair to sign same.

Motion carried 2 - 0.

R96-09g RESOLUTION OPPOSING SB96-48, ELIMINATING COUNTY

"1041 POWERS"

M O T I O N

Commissioner Disney moved that the Board of County Commissioners adopt the Resolution Supporting Efforts to Protect Rocky Mountain National Park from Helicopters Overflights, and authorize the Chair to sign same.

Motion carried 2 - 0.

R96-10g RESOLUTION SUPPORTING EFFORTS TO PROTECT ROCKY

MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK FROM HELICOPTERS OVER-

FLIGHTS

The meeting recessed at 10:05 a.m.

DISCUSSION OF COMPUTER REPLACEMENT WITH

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

The Board of County Commissioners met at 11:00 a.m. in regular session with Gary Janezich, Systems and Programming Senior Analyst. Chair Clarke presided and Commissioner Duvall was present; Commissioner Disney was attending a meeting in Denver. Also present were: Jim Stokes, Director Information Management; Steve Moore, Senior Software Analyst; Bob Keister, Budget Manager; and Frank Lancaster, County Manager. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

Subsequent to discussion with the Board on December 27, 1995 regarding the acquisition of a Unisys 2200/500 enterprise server system to replace the current Unisys 2200/402 system now rather than in 20 months when the current contract expires, Mr. Janezich presented a summary sheet outlining the advantages and disadvantages for making this acquisition at this time. Mr. Janezich noted that the acquisition cost of this equipment in 20 months will be $1,028,000; however, by accepting the offer from Unisys at this time will allow Larimer County to take advantage of all credits and discounts provided by Unisys and the cost of the computer will be approximately $850,000 (including finance charges) with cost savings to the County of $178,000. The advantages and disadvantages were discussed and the breakdown of the payment schedule for the years 1996 through 1998 was reviewed. Mr. Janezich informed the Board that this Unisys 2200/500 enterprise server system has only been out one year (it is not soon-to-be obsolete equipment) and the City of Colorado Springs and the Denver Public Schools have purchased this same equipment and have had no problems; he noted that this offer from Unisys will expire on January 19, 1996. Mr. Keister stated that Unisys will provide the financing at 5.1%; several other options for financing were discussed at length.

After much discussion of the offer and the various options for financing, the Board indicated that they intend to approve the request to purchase the Unisys 2200/500; however, they will officially vote on this matter on Thursday, January 18, 1996 when Commissioner Disney is present.

The meeting recessed at 12:00 noon.

LAND-USE PLANNING MEETING

(#427 & #428)

The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 3:00 p.m. in regular session with Jerry White, Zoning Administrator. Chair Clarke presided and Commissioner Duvall was present; Commissioner Disney was in Denver attending Legislature. Also present were: Al Kadera, Subdivision Administrator; Carol Evans, Planner I; Rob Helmick, Planner II; Rex Burns, Project Engineer; Doug Ryan, Environmental Health Planner; and Jeannine Haag, Assistant County Attorney. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

The Board was requested to table the Olympus Heights Lots 1 & 2 Amended Plat agenda item until February 12, 1996.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board table the Olympus Heights Lots 1 & 2 Amended Plat (#95-SA0814) until February 12, 1996, as requested.

Motion carried 2 - 0.

Chair Clarke noted that the following are consent items and will not be discussed in detail unless requested by the Board or members of the audience:

1. FOX ACRES COUNTRY CLUB FIRST AND THIRD FILING AMENDED

PLAT (#95-SA0812): 28-10-73, FOX ACRES COUNTRY CLUB IN

RED FEATHER LAKES; 167.5 ACRES; E-1 ESTATE ZONING

This is a request to reconfigure the boundary between the first and third filings to accommodate the new community building; no residential lots are affected. Staff findings include: 1) Fox Acres Country Club was approved in 1978; 2) The developer wishes to construct a visitor center and recreational building. The Amended Plat will alter the exterior boundaries of two filings to accommodate the construction of the new building on open space that is part of the country club property; 3) The County Health and Engineering departments, and all utilities serving this area, reviewed the proposed Amended Plat and stated no objections. The staff recommendation is for approval of the Amended Plat of Filings One and Three, Fox Acres Country Club.

2. HIGH PINES SUBDIVISION LOTS 20-21 AMENDED PLAT (#95-SA0816):

25-05-73 SOUTH OF RIVERSIDE DRIVE, SOUTHWEST OF ESTES PARK;

1.68 ACRES; E-ESTATE ZONING

This is a request to reconfigure three existing lots resulting in two building sites. Staff Findings are: 1) High Pines Subdivision was platted in 1911; 2) Part of Lot 20 was legally divided from the rest of the lot several years ago. This request is to divide that part of Lot 20 in half and add each half to the adjacent lot. The net result is to reduce the density in this subdivision by one building site; 3) The County Health and Engineering departments, and all utilities serving this area, reviewed the proposed Amended Plat and stated no objections. The staff recommendation is for approval of the Amended Plat of Lot 20 and a portion of Lot 21, High Pines Subdivision.

3. OWASSA LAKE LOT 25 BLOCK 26 AMENDED PLAT (#95-SA0813):

28-10-73, OWASSA LAKE SUBDIVISION AT RED FEATHER LAKES;

.24 ACRES; O-OPEN ZONING

This is a request to vacate an existing access to correct an existing encroachment. Staff findings include: 1) Owassa Lake Subdivision was platted in 1928; 2) An addition to an existing cabin was built several years ago and, due to an error, the addition encroaches on a platted utility and access easement. The road in this area was not constructed on the easement; 3) Vacating a portion of this easement will not leave any lots without access. The staff recommendation is for approval of the vacation of a portion of the access and utility easement adjacent to Lot 25, Block 26, Owassa Lake Subdivision, and approval of the Amended Plat to reconfigure the lot to show the vacated easement.

4. PROSPECT MOUNTAIN DRIVE RIGHT-OF-WAY VACATION

(#95-0S0815): 36-05-73, VENNER RANCH ESTATES, SOUTH OF

ESTES PARK; E-ESTATE ZONING

This is a request to vacate and rededicate right-of-way for Prospect Mountain Drive so the right-of-way coincides with the actual road location. Staff findings are: 1) Venner Ranch Estates was platted in 1969; 2) Prospect Mountain Road was constructed outside the platted right-of-way. This request is to vacate and rededicate right-of-way to make the right-of-way coincide with the existing road; 3) The County Health and Engineering departments, and all utilities serving this area, reviewed the proposed right-of-way vacation and stated no objections; 4) The applicant has agreed to provide an Amended Plat of the lots affected by the realignment of the right-of-way. The staff recommendation is for approval of the vacation of a portion of the right-of-way for Prospect Mountain Road in Venner Ranch Estates, with the condition that the applicant provide an Amended Plat of the lots affected by the realignment of the right-of-way.

5. PTARMIGAN 3RD FILING LOT 23, BLOCK 4, EASEMENT VACATION

(#95-SA0805): 14-06-68, WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF VARDON

WAY & TREVINO COURT IN PTARMIGAN SUBDIVISION 3RD FILING;

.25 ACRES; E-1 ESTATE ZONING

This is a request for vacation of 3 feet of a 16-foot utility easement along the northeast property line (Vardon Way frontage) to resolve an encroachment problem. Staff findings include: 1) Ptarmigan Subdivision 3rd Filing was recorded in 1994. A structure constructed on Lot 23 encroaches on a utility easement on that lot's northeast side. Vacation of a 3' strip along the length of that easement will leave a 13' utility easement in place; 2) No objections have been received from the utility companies which serve this site. County Health and Engineering state no objection. The staff recommendation is for approval of the requested vacation, with the condition that the applicant submit a written legal description of the portion of the easement that is being vacated. The legal description must be prepared by and signed and sealed by a licensed surveyor.

6. VAN SANT MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT (#95-EX0779):

NE 36-08-69, SOUTH SIDE OF COUNTRY CLUB ROAD, 400 FEET WEST

OF LEMAY AVENUE; 3 ACRES; 2 LOTS; FA-FARMING ZONING

This is a request to divide a 3-acre parcel with one existing residence into 2 lots of 1.36 and 1.47 acres for single family residence. Staff findings are: 1) This proposed Minor Residential Development meets all the requirements of the Larimer County Zoning and Subdivision Resolutions; 2) This proposed Minor Residential Development doesn't meet the requirements of the Land Use Plan, but is being developed in accordance with the existing land use pattern; 3) The Larimer County Health Department and Engineering Department, and other reviewing agencies, have reviewed this proposal and have offered no objection as long as certain conditions are met; 4) The approval of this subdivision, with certain conditions, should not adversely affect the health, safety, or welfare of existing or future residents.

The staff recommendation is for approval of the Van Sant Minor Residential Development, with the following conditions: A) Four feet of additional ROW for County Road 50E shall be dedicated on the plat; B) The following notes shall be placed on the Final Plat: 1) Uses on this property are limited to single family residential and accessory uses; 2) All utilities must be underground; 3) Engineered footings and foundations are required; 4) Radon testing is required prior to Certificate of Occupancy on new residential structures; 5) Urban Growth Area park fees are required for Lot 2; 6) Urban Growth Area road fee of $700 is required for Lot 2; 7) A drainage fee for the Dry Creek Basin must be calculated and paid for Lot 2 at the time of requesting a building permit; 8) If any new residential structure is not located within 400 feet of a fire hydrant, capable of producing 1000 GPM with 20 psi residual pressure, then an approved residential sprinkler system will be required; 9) A turnaround will be constructed on Lot 2 at the time of building permit to allow for emergency vehicles. The specific standards will be determined by the Engineering Department at the time of building permit; 10) The applicant shall be required to pave the connection of this private road with Lemay and an additional distance at the connection to insure a safe access; 11) The applicant shall repair/reconstruct the existing road to an all-weather standard; 12) A homeowners association, or other appropriate mechanism, shall be established to insure maintenance of the private road.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board adopt the staff findings and staff recommendations and approve the Fox Acres Country Club First and Third Filings Amended Plat (#95-SA0812); High Pines Subdivision Lots 20-21 Amended Plat (#95-SA0816); Owassa Lake Lot 25 Block 26 Amended Plat (#95-SA0813); Prospect Mountain Drive Right-of-Way Vacation (#95-OSO815); Ptarmigan 3rd Filing Lot 23 Block 4 Easement Vacation (#95-SA0805); and the Van Sant Minor Residential Development (#95-EX0799); each, with the conditions as outlined.

Motion carried 2 - 0.

7. FLEMMING AMENDED MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

TRACT 2A (#95-EX0817): NW 02-07-69, EAST SIDE OF NORTH SHIELDS

STREET (COUNTY ROAD 17), 1/3 MILE SOUTH OF WILLOX LANE;

7 ACRES; O-OPEN ZONING

This is a request to modify or remove a condition of approval for the Flemming MRD restricting use to a single family residence to allow a horse boarding facility. Mr. Helmick reviewed the major concerns and issues. Staff findings include: 1) Allowing the applicant to pursue the Special Review for the horse boarding use, by removing the condition allowing only single family residential use only for that purpose, does not jeopardize the Minor Residential Development approval or the intent of the conditions; 2) The appropriateness of the proposed use will be determined through the Special Review process; this process will require public hearings before the Urban Growth Area Review Board and the Board of County Commissioners; 3) Removing the condition to specifically allow the applicants to pursue the Special Review will not allow other non-residential uses; 4) A full analysis of the issues associated with the horse boarding operation, including health, safety, engineering and neighborhood concerns will occur during the Special Review process. The staff recommendation is for approval of the modification of the condition of approval of the Amended Flemming Minor Residential Development, only for the purpose of allowing the applicant to pursue the current Special Use review for horse boarding use.

Questions from the Board and discussion followed; applicant Robert Marcy addressed the Board and noted that the request is compatible with the area and he described the reason for the request. Discussion followed.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board adopt the staff findings and staff recommendation and approve the Flemming Amended Minor Residential Development Tract 2A (#95-EX0817), only for the purpose of allowing the applicant to pursue the Special Use Review for horse boarding.

Motion carried 2 - 0.

8. GARDNER MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT (#95-EX0760):

NW 05-04-69, SOUTHEAST CORNER OF COUNTY ROAD 14 AND

COUNTY ROAD 23; 160.62 ACRES; 2 LOTS; FA1-FARMING ZONING

This is a request to divide a 160 acre parcel into two lots of 19.8 and 140.8 acres with existing improvements on the smaller lot. Applicant states intention to further divide the 140 acre lot into four 35 acre tracts. Ms. Evans provided the project description and reviewed the regulatory and technical issues. Staff findings are: 1) The MRD process provides review for creation of two lots as an exemption from the full requirements of the Larimer County Subdivision Resolution. The applicant proposes to create two lots through the Minor Residential Development process and intends to further split the larger lot into four 35+ acre lots. This would result in a total of five lots, with four of those being portions of Parcel B; 2) In past MRD requests involving a large acreage lot, Planning staff has consistently recommended that any further division of the large lot, including divisions into 35 acres or more, must obtain county approval. This allows for review of impacts of the additional lots being proposed; 3) The impacts of any additional lots proposed at this location should be reviewed tthrough the subdivision process with review and recommendation to the Board of Commissioners by the Larimer County Planning Commission; 4) Other than the applicant's stated intent to further divide the larger lot into four 35+ acre lots, this proposal appears to be consistent with the Comprehensive Plan, the Subdivision Resolution, and the Zoning Resolution; 5) Approval of the Gardner MRD for two lots, with certain conditions, should not result in significant negative impacts on the neighborhood, the natural environment, provision of services, access and transportation.

Don Frederick, of Frederick Land Surveying and representative for the applicant, presented an area map for the Board to review and addressed several of Ms. Evans comments; he noted that if the applicant is allowed to divide this property into 5 lots, one access point is not enough and he requested a shared access be allowed onto CR 14 and CR 23. Mr. Frederick also requested some flexibility in addressing fire protection for the development; they would like to discuss this further with the Fire District and stated they will go along with the Fire District's requirements. Mr. Frederick informed the Board that when Mr. Gardner and Mr. Frederick first discussed the options on this property, they determined there were over 160 acres and the least expensive and time consuming option was a combination of 4 lots of 35 to 45 acres; however, they realized that the 20-acre site exists separately by virtue of its boundaries and they are requesting this additional lot be approved without having to go through the full subdivision review. Mr. Frederick stated that by coming before the County with this request, they are subject to county review and regulations and if they are required to go through the full subdivision review, the layout and net result will be the same.

At this time, the hearing was closed for public comment and opened for Commissioner's comments. Commissioner Duvall stated she appreciates Mr. Gardner coming to staff and stating his intentions and subjecting himself to the process, but she truly agrees with the staff recommendation that if the two lots are created, then any further division needs to come back for further review. Chair Clarke recommended that the applicant revise the configuration of the proposal to include the preservation of some of the farm land and the homes be clustered in 3-5-10 acre sites, thereby leaving a sizable portion in a conservation easement for agriculture. Further discussion of condition #1 requiring county approval for further division on the property ensued.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Duvall moved that the hearing be re-opened for the Board to ask Mr. Frederick further questions about condition #1.

Motion carried 2 - 0.

Mr. Frederick stated that their initial request is to obtain approval of a 2-lot MRD and secondary to that they are asking that condition #1 not be imposed; however, he noted that if the Board cannot approve the 2-lot MRD without that condition, they still seek approval of the two lots. Bill Warnock, Warnock Realty, asked the Board what is gained by requiring the applicant to go through the process and he noted it makes a lot more sense to approve the 5 lots as the applicant is offering the County a lot more control by this process than if they just go through the 35-acre division without county review. The Board suggested that the applicants work with Mr. Helmick and possibly be one of the first to go through the newly developing 35-acre process, thereby eliminating the need to go through a full subdivision review; the Board directed Ms. Evans to provide Mr. Gardner with a copy of the 35-acre Task Force recommendations to date.

After further discussion, the staff recommendation for conditions of approval were amended as follows: 1) The Final Plat shall note that any further division of these lots shall require county approval, including any divisions creating lots of 35 acres or greater; 2) Fire protection, as specified according to final recommendations by the Loveland Rural Fire Protection District, shall be provided by the developer; 3) Utility easement, as requested by service providers, shall be included on the Final Plat. Easements or right-of-ways of record, including irrigation ditch easements, shall be shown on the Plat. Irrigation ditch easements shall also be provided for lateral ditches on the property as needed to allow access for use and maintenance. If a written agreement is of record or becomes of record prior to recording the Final Plat, then the Final Plat shall note the recording information for that agreement; 4) Sufficient additional right-of-way for County Road 14 and 23 shall be dedicated on the Final Plat to provide a half right-of-way of 50' for each of these roads; 5) Written verification from the Little Thompson Water District that all of its conditions for commitment to serve this property have been met shall be submitted prior to Final Plat recording; 6) School fees for the vacant lot and recording fees shall be paid by the applicant; 7) In addition to those notes stated above, the Final Plat shall include the following notes: a) Shared access shall be required for Parcels A & B onto County Road 14; one access shall be allowed onto County Road 23. All accesses must meet the requirements of the Access Policy; horizontal and vertical sight distance must be verified by field survey. Access permits are required for any new access or change in use of existing accesses; b) The Section 2.8 Road Fee shall be paid at building permit issuance for a new residential structure on Parcel B; this fee is $635; c) Larimer County Park Fees shall be paid at building permit issuance for a new residential structure on Parcel B; d) Engineered footings and foundations will be required for all construction on these lots; e) Radon tests shall be conducted in new residential structures and radon test results must be submitted to the Planning Department prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy; f) Because this property lies outside the Loveland Rural Fire Protection District recommended response area, that District highly recommends that new residential structures be protected by residential fire sprinkler systems that have been installed in accordance with NFPA 13D; g) The Handy Ditch Company does not allow fences or gates on the ditch right-of-way. No pumping from the ditch is allowed, unless the party owns or rents shares of water, pays a pumping fee and notifies the Handy Ditch Superintendent of their intentions. No runoff waters will be allowed into the irrigation ditch unless a written agreement is drawn up between the parties; h) Future lot owners should be aware that this is a rural area and there may be encounters with nuisances from mosquitoes and wildlife, such as skunks, snakes and prairie dogs. Prairie dogs have at times been implicated in the transmission of plague to people and pets. It is important for residents to observe the county animal control requirements for both dogs and cats. Larimer County does not have programs to mitigate these nuisances but can provide some information for managing them; i) Farming practices on adjacent properties can produce odors, dust and noise. These are a normal part of agriculture and should be expected to occur. Larimer County will not take any action to stop or hinder legal agricultural uses in thee area; 8) All conditions of approval shall be met and the Final Plat recorded by July 16, 1996 or this approval shall be null and void.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board of County Commissioners adopt the staff findings and staff recommendation and approve the Gardner Minor Residential Development (#95-EX0760), with the conditions as outlined and amended.

Motion carried 2 - 0.

9. POPE MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT APPEAL (#95-EX0818):

NW 32-08-69, NORTH SIDE OF BINGHAM HILL ROAD, 1/2 MILE WEST

OF OVERLAND TRAIL; 12.9 ACRES; FA-FARMING ZONING

This is a request to allow a minor residential development application to be processed on a parcel created after May 5, 1972 (replat of Tract 2 of the Pope MRD). Ms. Evans submitted photos of the site and a map of the vicinity, provided the area description and appeal request, and reviewed the major concerns and issues; she noted that the applicants have built a home on the property and would like to divide off approximately 2.3 acres from their 12.9 acre lot. Ms. Evans noted that any development proposal for this property would go to the LaPorte Area Planning Advisory Committee (LAPAC) for their comments and recommendation. Staff findings include: 1) The MRD process was amended in February of 1993 to limit the types of parcels that are eligible to be divided without going through the full subdivision process. This parcel was created in 1994 as Lot 2 of the Pope MRD and thus is not eligible for re-division using the MRD process; 2) The full subdivision process is available to divide parcels that are not eligible for consideration under the MRD process. A subdivision request on this property would be reviewed by the Larimer County Planning Commission prior to hearing with the County Commissioners. The staff recommendation is for denial of the Pope MRD appeal.

Applicant Randy Pope addressed the Board and reviewed the background of their ownership of the property; he noted that the 2.3 acres they wish to divide off is an appendage to the remainder of the property and the sale of the property would ease a financial burden incurred when constructing their home. Mr. Pope stated that water is available from the City of Fort Collins, they are not requesting an additional access, utilities and fire protection are in place, they meet the zoning lot size requirements, they are consistent with the LaPorte Area Plan, and there are no objections from the neighbors to this division. He stated that if they are required to go through the full subdivision process, they might divide all the property into 2.3 acre lots.

Questions from the Board and discussion followed; Mr. Ryan noted, if this appeal is granted, their department would request full soil test data and percolation and soil profile tests whether they go through the MRD or subdivision process. The Board requested staff, during the review process, to look at the cumulative effect of replatting existing lots in this area, both from a traffic standpoint and provision of services, and to include a condition concerning architectural covenants.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board approve the Pope Minor Residential Development Appeal (#95-EX0818).

Motion carried 2 - 0.

The meeting adjourned at 4:50 p.m.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1996

DOCUMENT REVIEW

The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. in regular session with Frank Lancaster. Chair Clarke presided; Commissioners Disney and Duvall were present. Also present were: Gary Janezich, Systems and Programming Senior Analyst; Bob Keister, Budget Manager; Neil Gluckman, Assistant County Manager; and Donna Hart, Assistant to the County Manager. Recording Clerk, S. Graves.

1. DECISION ITEM - REPLACEMENT OF UNISYS 2200 COMPUTER: As noted during the meeting on January 16, 1995, the Board indicated they would take action today on approving the acquisition of the Unisys 2200/500 enterprise server system. Further discussion concerning the financing ensued and it became evident that if this request was not approved, it would not mean additional monies will be available this year for other county priorities - this acquisition is being made possible only through financing.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Disney moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the contract with Unisys to upgrade 2200/402 to 2200/500 and approve the signature (at a later date) on a sole source financing agreement with GE Capital Finance in the amount of $777,801 with interest not to exceed 5.2%, and authorize the Chair to sign same.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

C96-03 CONTRACT #95120108 WITH UNISYS FOR PURCHASE OF

UNISYS 2200/500 ENTERPRISE SERVER SYSTEM

2. DOCUMENT REVIEW:

M O T I O N

Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Minutes for the week of January 8, 1996, as submitted and amended.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Disney moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Schedule for the week of January 22, 1996, as submitted and amended.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Duvall moved that the Board approve the following agreements:

A96-11 CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT AGREEMENT FOR SERVICES

BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

AND COLORADO CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES, INC.

A96-12 CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT AGREEMENT FOR SERVICES

BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

AND GENETIC DESIGN, INC.

Motion carried 3 - 0.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Disney moved that the Board approve the following documents as listed on the Consent Agenda on Document Review for January 18, 1996:

MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTS: Browning Amended Exemtpion Plat; X Bar Seven Amended Plat; and Check Warrant Register for December 1995. LIQUOR LICENSES: A License was issued to Branding Iron Liquor, Inc. - 6% - LaPorte, CO. County approval was granted to Horsetooth Marina Resort, Inc. - 3.2% - Fort Collins, CO.

R96-11s RESOLUTION REGARDING THE RELEASE OF COLLATERAL

FOR CRYSTAL VIEW SECOND SUBDIVISION

Motion carried 3 - 0.

The meeting adjourned at 10:00 a.m.

______________________________________

JOHN CLARKE, CHAIR

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

( S E A L )

ATTEST:

________________________________________

Sherry E. Graves, Deputy County Clerk

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