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 MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

 Monday, JUNE 20, 2005

 

LAND USE HEARING

(#58)

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 3:00 p.m. with Rob Helmick, Principle Planner.  Chair Rennels presided and Commissioners Wagner and Gibson were present.  Also present were:  Al Kadera, Geniphyr Ponce-Pore,  Porter Ingrum, and Karin Madson, Planning Department; Dave Shirk, Estes Park Planning Department; Candice Phippen, Building Department; Christy Coleman, Engineering Department; George Hass, County Attorney; and Gael Cookman, Deputy Clerk.

 

Chair Rennels opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance, and asked for public comment on the County Budget and Land Use Code.  No one from the audience addressed the Board regarding these topics.   Chair Rennels then explained that the following items are on consent and would not be discussed unless requested by the Board, staff, or members of the audience:

 

1.  MACGREGOR RANCH REZONING:  This is an application for a corrective rezoning to change zoning on a vacant parcel from “RM” Multi-family to “E-1” Estate.  A zoning map error involving a parcel owned by MacGregor Ranch has recently come to the attention of the Community Development Department Staff.  The parcel (PID 3524100907) is a vacant 5-acre parcel, immediately north of the St. Bartholomew Church.  The property was mistakenly zoned “RM” Multi-Family with the 2000 comprehensive rezoning.  The property was zoned “RM” under the incorrect assumption the church, which requires “RM” zoning, was located on the parcel.  This was an unintentional “upzoning,” and Community Development Staff now recommend the property be rezoned to the “E-1” district, which has a minimum lot size of 1-acre.  This would provide an effective transition buffer from the “RM” zoned land where the church is and the “RE-1” ten-acre zoned land to the north.  Mr. Bill Van Horn, Chairman of the MacGregor Ranch Trustees, has been notified of this corrective rezoning, and had no objections.  On Tuesday, May 17, 2005 the Estes Valley Planning Commission voted unanimously to recommend approval of the proposed rezoning of parcel 3524100907 from “RM” Multi-family to “E-1” Estate.

 

2.  CRYSTAL LAKES 13TH FILING LOTS 12 & 13 LOT CONSOLIDATION AND EASEMENT VACATION; 05-S2433:   This request is to combine two contiguous lots in the 13h filing of the Crystal Lakes Subdivision into one lot and vacate a 20-foot utility easement located along the common lot lines.  There have been no objections to this proposal by surrounding neighbors.  Additionally, the following Larimer County agencies have stated that they have no objections to this proposal:  The Larimer County Department of Health and Environment; The Larimer County Engineering Department Development Review Team. The proposed Lot Consolidation for Lots 12-13 in the 13th filing of Crystal Lakes Subdivision will not adversely affect any neighboring properties or any County agency.  The Lot Consolidation will not result in any additional lots.  Staff finds that the request meets the requirements of the Larimer County Land Use Code.  The Development Services Team recommendation is for approval of the Lot Consolidation of Lots 12-13 13th filing in the Crystal Lakes Subdivision (#05-S2433) to be known as Lot 12A of the Lot Consolidation of Lots 12-13, 13th filing in the Crystal Lakes Subdivision and vacation of the 20-foot utility easement located along the common lot lines subject to the following conditions:  1.  The resultant lot is subject to any and all covenants, deed restrictions or other conditions that apply to the original lots.  2.  All conditions shall be met and the final resolution of the County Commissioners recorded by December 20, 2005 or this approval shall be null and void.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Wagner moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Consent Agenda as outlined above.

Motion carried 3-0.

 

3.   CHANNELL CONSERVATION DEVELOPMENT EXCEPTION/APPEAL; 05-G0074:  This is an Appeal for an Exception from Section 5.3.2.H of the Larimer County Land Use Code to process a land division proposal as a Subdivision rather than the required Conservation Development.  Applicant proposes to divide a 33.81-acre parcel into 2 lots through the Subdivision process.  The applicant owns a 33.81-acre parcel southeast of Loveland.  This area is zoned FA and characterized by 2 acre parcels to 35+ acre tracts.  The applicant is requesting the Board of County Commissioners grant an exception/appeal to the requirement that a parcel in the rural area of the County over 30 acres must use the Conservation Development process for any land division. The applicant provided information to support the request.  The applicant would like to create a single additional lot for a family member, so that she can receive assistance with maintenance of the property.  Application materials indicate the assistance is needed due to medical and age related factors.   It is the applicant’s desire to maintain independence in her home with the assistance of a nearby relative.   The Land Use Code states that Conservation Development is intended to ensure that residential development on parcels of 30 acres or more (outside GMA Districts) is designed with creativity to maintain the open character of rural areas and to protect and maintain agricultural uses and environmentally-sensitive areas while permitting development to the zoning density. This is accomplished by clustering development on lots smaller than would otherwise be permitted and keeping the remainder of the site in residual land to maintain the open character of rural areas, protect and encourage continuation of existing agricultural uses, protect and maintain environmentally-sensitive areas or features such as steep slopes, flood plains, hazard areas, unique geologic features, ridgelines, unique vegetation and critical plant communities, stream corridors, wetlands or riparian areas, wildlife habitat and migration corridors, areas containing threatened or endangered species and special places of Larimer County and to promote compatibility with existing and permitted adjacent land uses.  Exceptions to the requirement for a Conservation Development may be granted by the County Commissioners.  An application for development of the site must be submitted within three years from the date an exception is approved or the exception will automatically expire.   The Development Services Team finds that in this case, and with the subdivision layout proposed, that either land division process could be used to achieve the purpose of the Conservation Development.  Comments from R. Porter Ingrum, Planning staff member, indicate that staff finds that this property does not contain wetlands, wildlife or wildlife habitat; therefore, there is no environmental benefit to a Conservation Development land division for this property.  Staff has no objections to this appeal to allow a land division to be processed as a 2 lot subdivision.  Doug Ryan, Department of Health and Environment staff member, commented that future development could occur as a Conservation Development on the larger lot.  Additionally, Mr. Ryan commented on requirements for water and sewer services, and deferred comment on the desired land use pattern.  Christie Coleman, Engineering Department staff member, offered no specific recommendation regarding the appeal. The proposed subdivision would not preclude further development of the property as a Conservation Development.   The Development Services Team recommends approval of the Channell Conservation Development Exception/Appeal subject to the following conditions:  1.  The plat for the proposed subdivision shall be consistent with this Channel Conservation Development Exception/Appeal request, with the proposed new lot located in the northeast portion of the property, along County Road 7.  2.  Any further development of the lot containing the existing residence and agricultural area shall be processed as a Conservation Development so long as the property is located within the rural area of the County and outside a designated Growth Management Area.

Ms. Madson displayed aerial photos of the property and noted that staff supports the applicant's request to create a new lot for a family member to build a home on.  Ms. Madson noted that the applicant and staff are in agreement; however, since this is an appeal it could not be listed as a consent item.

The applicant, Virginia Channell, addressed the Board and stated that she is not interested in developing her property; she just wants her son to be able to build a home next door.  Ms. Channell stated that she understands that if she ever were to develop the property in the future, then she would have to do so utilizing the Conservation Development process.

Chair Rennels noted that there was no one present to comment on this item.

M O T I O N

Commissioner Gibson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Channell Conservation Development Exception/Appeal with the conditions as outlined above.

Motion carried 3-0.

 

4.  LANDERS ZONING VIOLATION; 03-ZV0095:   This is an alleged violation of the Land Use Code in that:  1.  A junkyard, by definition, is not a permitted use in the O-Open Zoning District.   2.  Outside storage, of junk and debris, is not a permitted use in the O-open Zoning District.

The Board of County Commissioners' hearing scheduled for April 18, 2005, was tabled to May 23, 2005 by the BCC, and again rescheduled to June 20, 2005.  This was done to permit staff to walk the property with the owners and discuss a cleanup plan. Staff conducted an inspection and determined that the property owners have made progress; however, there is still a lot of work to be done. This work will obviously take time as it is being accomplished by the property owners themselves.  Staff has not received any new complaints, and the neighbor who initially complained, has relocated.  For these reasons, the property owners and staff have agreed to staff re-inspecting the property every 4-6 months to ensure progress has been made.  If progress is not made, then staff will refer the matter to the County Attorney for legal action.   Staff findings are as follows:  1.  The subject property is zoned FA-Farming; 2. The FA-Farming Zoning District does not permit junkyards; 3. The condition and unsightliness of the property may affect property values in the immediate neighborhood;  4. The property owners have agreed to start organizing the items on-site and disposing/utilizing them appropriately.  5.  The property owners have agreed to scheduled inspections by staff every 4-6 months.   Staff recommendation is to find that a violation exists, require scheduled inspections every 4-6 months, and authorize legal action if the progress is not made on the parcel clean up during those six month periods.

Mr. Kadera explained the history of this violation and requested the Board allow more time for the Landers' to continue with their cleanup efforts.  Mr. Kadera stated that they have not been receiving complaints regarding this property, which is one of the reasons they are willing to support extending the time frame for the property owners.  Mr. Kadera also noted that as the cleanup efforts continue, there will have to be determinations made as to what is "junk" and what is considered accessory uses of the property.  Ms. Phippen explained that there is a building located on-site that was constructed without a building permit and it will probably need a setback variance as it was constructed very close to the property line.  Chair Rennels asked Ms. Phippen to bring back the permitting issue at a future date since this issue was not publicized and both the property owner and interested citizens should be given notice prior to commencing discussion.  The Board indicated their desire to better define the time period for bringing this property into compliance, and the following action was taken:

M O T I O N

Commissioner Wagner moved that the Board of County Commissioners find that a violation exists, require scheduled inspections and significant clean up in 4 months, and authorize legal action if progress is not made on the parcel cleanup at the end of a 6 month period.

Motion carried 3-0.

 

Their being no further business, the meeting recessed at 3:20 p.m.

 

LAND USE HEARING

(#59)

 

The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 6:30 p.m. with Rex Burns, Project Engineer.   Chair Rennels presided and Commissioners Wagner and Gibson were present.  Also present were: Jeannine Haag, Assistant County Attorney; and Gael Cookman, Deputy Clerk. 

 

1.  LARIMER COUNTY STORMWATER DESIGN STANDARDS:   Staff is requesting that the Board of County Commissioners adopt the Larimer County Stormwater Design Standards and repeal the existing Larimer County Stormwater Management Manual, dated 1979.  Since the adoption of the existing Manual, there have been advances in the technological science of stormwater management as well as changes in practices used to address stormwater and stormwater quality.  The need for adequate and up to date engineering standards to accommodate stormwater runoff has become more apparent with the intense growth of the County population and urban areas in recent years. The revised design standards will provide consistent and accurate engineering design of facilities for stormwater management in all developments within the County.  The Larimer County Planning Commission has recommended in favor of adoption of the Larimer County Storm Water Design Standards and repeal the existing Larimer County Storm Water Management Manual, dated 1979. 

Staff held an open house on the proposed design standards with members of the local and Denver area design community.  About 100 meeting announcements were mailed.   That event was attended by 16 members of the design community as well as staff members from adjacent jurisdictions. Staff compiled all of the comments that were made at that meeting and is addressing each comment either by incorporation in the design standards or discussing the issue with the person or firm bringing it up.   At the request of the Planning Commission and the Board of County Commissioners, the Engineering Department participated in an additional round of public notification.  As such, 8,872 postcards were mailed out on April 21 and April 27, 2005 to Larimer County Residents affected by the proposed adoptions of the Master Plans and Stormwater Design Standards.  To date, Rex and Lisa have spoken with approximately 35 respondents.  Most of the respondents were concerned with how the changes might affect them.  Staff pointed out that adoption of the Stormwater Design Standards will not affect existing properties and their owners, but it will affect vacant properties that may come in for development.  Staff has not received any negative responses to the proposal for adoption of the Storm Water Design Standards.  Based on the response to the public process, staff has moved forward toward the goal of adoption of the Larimer County Stormwater Design Standards.   Staff recommends that the Board of County Commissions adopt the Larimer County Stormwater Design Standards and repeal the existing Larimer County Stormwater Management Manual.

Mr. Burns noted that the proposed addendum was adapted from the Denver Urban Drainage and Flood Control District Manual; he explained that the biggest change was the addition of a new chapter regarding rainfall.  Mr. Burns stated that the changes do not create greater restrictions or additional costs for the applicants, and actually may reduce costs due to standards being more consistent with other communities.  Chair Rennels clarified that the standards apply to new development, and Mr. Burns replied in the affirmative.  Commissioner Gibson questioned how the standards might affect culverts in the area which have been plugged up due to drainage issues.  Some discussion ensued and Mr. Burns noted that Timnath, Wellington, Windsor, Fort Collins, and Larimer County are all working together on solving existing drainage problems, but that the standards being proposed today are not necessarily a trigger to solve existing problems.   Chair Rennels noted that there was no one present to comment on this item. 

 

M O T I O N

Commissioner Gibson moved that the Board of County Commissions adopt of the Larimer County Storm Water Design Standards and repeal the existing Larimer County Storm Water Management Manual.

Motion carried 3-0.

 

The hearing adjourned at 6:50 p.m.

 

TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 2005   

 

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

(#60)

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:30 a.m. with County Manager Frank Lancaster, Chair Rennels presided and Commissioners Wagner and Gibson were present.  Also present were:  Donna Hart, and  Deni LaRue, Commissioners’ Office; Jay Heltzer, Greeley Stampede; Wynette Cerciello, Human Resources;  Jim Reidhead, Rural Land Use Center; K-Lynn Cameron, Parks & Open Lands Department; Charlie Johnson, Engineering Department; Doug Ryan, Environmental Health Department; Rob Helmick, and Russ Legg, Planning Department; and Gael Cookman, Deputy Clerk.

 

1.  PUBLIC COMMENT:   No one addressed the Board with public comment. 

 

2.   APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES FOR THE WEEK JUNE 13th 2005:

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Wagner moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the minutes for the week of June 13, 2005, as amended.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

3.  REVIEW THE SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 27, 2005:   Ms. Hart reviewed the upcoming schedule with the Board.

 

4.  CONSENT AGENDA:

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Wagner moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the following items as presented on the Consent Agenda for June 21, 2005:

 

06212005A001           AGREEMENT TO TERMINATE LICENSE FOR FOOD AND BEVERAGE OPERATIONS AT HORSETOOTH RESERVOIR BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND CORDOVA'S HORSETOOTH LIGHTHOUSE, INC.

 

06212005A002           DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT FOR CHAPMAN FARMS CONSERVATION DEVELOPMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS , MKM INVESTMENTS, LLC., HARBOR DEVELOPMENT, INC., AND CHAPMAN FARMS HOMEOWNER'S ASSOCIATION, INC.

 

06212005A003           WATER SYSTEM CONNECTION AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND CLINTON AND RUBY CLAISER

 

06212005A004           HEALTH CARE POLICY AND FINANCING AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, THROUGH THE LARIMER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, AND THE COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

 

06212005R001           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE AMENDED PLAT OF LOT 14 IN HORSETHOOTH HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION

 

06212005R002           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE VACATION OF UTILITY AND DRAINAGE EASEMENT IN PARCEL 2 OF BUCKNER NORTH EXEMPTION

 

06212005R003           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE AMENDED PLAT OF LOTS 21A AND 22A OF THE AMENDED PLAT OF LOTS 20, 21, AND 22 OF THE AMENDED PLAT OF LOTS 20-24 AND TRACT A OF THE CIMARRON LAKE AND TRACT OF LAND SITUATE IN THE WEST 1/2 OF 23-8N-69 WEST OF THE 6TH P.M.

 

MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTS:  Chapman Farms Conservation Development Final Plat; Hidden Valley Estates III Rural Land Use Plan Final Plat; Amendment #3 to Larimer County Contributory Retirement Plan.

 

LIQUOR LICENSES:  The following licenses were approved and issued:   Villa Tatra, Beer & Wine - Lyons; Zippy's Liquor - Retail Liquor Store - Fort Collins.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

 5.   GREELEY INDEPENDENCE STAMPEDE PROCLAMATION:  Mr. Heltzer stated that the Greeley Independence Stampede is the world's largest 4th of July Rodeo and Western celebration, and thanked the Board for their continued support of this event.  Mr. Heltzer informed the Board that the Greeley Independence Stampede Committee is proclaiming June 16, 2005, as Larimer County Day, to honor the citizens of Larimer County for being such a good neighbor and supporters of the Stampede.   Mr. Heltzer then read the proclamation aloud.

 

6.  CHANGE TO POLICY 331.6A.D REGARDING JURY LEAVE:  Ms. Cerciello outlined the proposed changes to Policy 331.6A.D, noting that currently the policy allows employees to receive the regular pay for jury duty indefinitely; she explained that the proposed change will allow employees to receive up to 20 working days of jury leave per calendar year.  Ms. Cerciello stated that the Human Resources Department conducted a survey of what other organizations offer their employees and 20 days fell in the middle of what other employers offer for jury duty.   Ms. Cerciello also explained that the average time County employees have spent on jury duty during the past four years is between 6 -7 days.  Commissioner Gibson questioned if the 20 days of jury leave could be extended due to an employee serving jury duty on a lengthy trial.  Ms. Cerciello stated that the employee or his/her supervisor could request a waiver if 20 days were not sufficient. 

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Wagner moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the proposed changes to Policy 331.6A.D regarding Jury Leave.

 

Motion carried 3-0. 

 

7.  CHANGE TO POLICY 331.6A.C REGARDING HOLIDAY LEAVE:  Ms. Cerciello noted that current policy requires employees to use their floating holidays in full day increments, by the end of the calendar year.  Ms. Cerciello explained that the proposed changes will allow employees to use their floating holidays in smaller increments if they so desire.  In addition, the employees will now need to utilize their floating holidays by the last day of the last full pay period of the calendar year.   

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gibson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the changes to Policy #331.6A,C regarding Holiday Leave: Floating Holidays.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

8.  WENNIGER EMERGENCY ACCESS AGREEMENT:   Mr. Reidhead explained the need to provide emergency access to the Hidden Valley RLUP projects, and noted that as a condition of approval, the Loveland Fire Prevention Bureau requested emergency access for the various projects in Hidden Valley.  At the request of the owners of these projects, (Mr. Fred Wenninger, applicant for the Wenninger RLUP), has granted emergency access to these projects through his property.  Mr. Reidhead noted that both the City of Loveland and Larimer County own land in the Hidden Valley Estate RLUP; therefore, both entities need to approve the granting of this emergency access agreement as well.

 

M O T I O N

Commissioner Wagner moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Wenninger Emergency Access Agreement.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

06212005R004           RESOLUTION APPROVING THE CITY OF LOVELAND'S GRANT OF EMERGENCY ACCESS EASEMENT OVER HIDDEN VALLEY I

 

06212005R005           SUPPLEMENT TO THE FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING HIDDEN VALLEY ESTATES III PRELIMINARY RURAL LAND PLAN

 

06212005R006           RESOLUTION FOR STATUTORY VESTED RIGHTS FOR HIDDEN VALLEY ESTATES III RURAL LAND PLAN

 

06122005A005           AMENDMENT TO THE DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT AND RESIDUAL LAND USE RESTRICTIONS FOR HIDDEN VALLEY ESTATES II RLUP 02-S1948, BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND BACKBONE INVESTMENTS, INC., AND DEVELOPERS

 

06122005A006           DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT AND RESIDUAL LAND USE RESTRICTIONS FOR HIDDEN VALLEY ESTATES III, BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS; BACKBONE INVESTMENTS, LLC; AND HIDDEN VALLEY ESTATES HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIATION

 

9.  STANDARDIZE OFFICIAL EMPLOYEE IDENTIFICATION CARDS:  Mr. Lancaster explained that currently there are a few different types of employee identification cards being used by different departments; he noted problems with the ID cards being issued by the Human Resources Department as these cards are difficult to read, hand typed, and easy to falsify.  Mr. Lancaster proposed using the Sheriff's Department ID system, which creates ID's that are printed on a card, and enclosed by a coversheet with a hologram, and have the County logo printed on it.  Mr. Lancaster noted that they can provide different levels of security for employees, the ID's are much more professional, can be used in the field, and they will be consistent among all Departments.   Chair Rennels questioned how much this endeavor would cost.  Mr. Lancaster stated that it would cost approximately $14,300.00 to implement this project.  Discussion ensued regarding whether or not employees would be required to wear their ID's at all times, and Mr. Lancaster stated that he would devise a policy regarding employee ID's. 

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gibson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the expenditure of $14,500 in order to standardize the use of employee identification cards.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

10.  DISCUSSION OF COOPERATING AGENCY AGREEMENT WITH US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS REGARDING THE NORTHERN INTEGRATED SUPPLY PROJECT WITH DOCUMENTS:  Mr. Ryan explained that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has initiated work on an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for a number of potential water projects in Larimer County, and they have invited Larimer County to participate in the process as a cooperative agency.   Mr. Ryan stated that they are interested in being involved because it would provide the opportunity for county staff to review and draft comments on proposals much earlier in the process; however, he is unsure of the cost, time commitment, and resources that might be required, as there will be meetings to attend, research to conduct, documents to prepare, etc.  Chair Rennels stated that it is important for the County to be involved in this process, but also noted concern for the constraints that it may place upon staff.  Mr. Helmick stated that they would like to participate, but informed the Board that they may have to request additional resources in the future if the extent of their involvement becomes too great to manage without additional resources.  The Board directed Mr. Ryan and Mr. Helmick to pursue their involvement with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers regarding the EIS for the Northern Integrated System Project.

 

11.  APPROVAL OF SIEFKE CONSERVATION EASEMENT AND MAP:  Mr. Johnson explained that Mr. Charlie Siefke would like to donate a Conservation Easement consisting of 35 acres located in the Muhly Park Subdivision, north of the Indian Creek Property, and just west of the Rim Rock Conservation Easement (CE).  Mr. Johnson noted that the landowner will donate 100% of the CE valued at $93,000, and Larimer County would pay the transaction costs, which amount to approximately $3,000.  Mr. Johnson stated that obtaining this property would provide protection of an additional 35 acres as a visual buffer to the Devil's Backbone Open Space and Blue Sky Trail, as well as protection of wildlife habitat.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gibson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Siefke Conservation Easement and Resolution.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

06212005R007           RESOLUTION TO ACCEPT A DONATION OF CONSERVATION EASEMENT ON THE SIEFKE PROPERTY BY CHARLES E. AND JUDITH F. SIEFKE

 

12.  WORKSESSION:  Mr. Lancaster requested the Board's approval to sign the engagement letter to retain Attorney's from Hall & Evans to represent Larimer County in a grievance case.   

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Wagner moved that the Board of County Commissioners authorize the County Manager to sign the engagement letter to retain the services of Hall & Evans regarding an employee grievance case. 

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

Mr. Lancaster explained that the Assessor's Office has requested the Board's approval to send out notices for personal property that were adjusted after the June 30, 2005 deadline for mailing said notices.  Mr. Lancaster stated that since the deadline has passed, any adjustments must be presented by the Board of County Commissioners, not the Assessor.  The Board agreed to allow the notices to be mailed on their behalf.

 

13.  COMMISSIONER ACTIVITY REPORTS:  The Board noted their attendance at events during the past week.

 

14.  LEGAL MATTERS:  There were no Legal Matters to discuss.

 

The meeting adjourned at 10:40 a.m., with no further action taken.

 

SPECIAL MEETING

OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

(No audio available)

 

The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 11:00 a.m. with County Manager Frank Lancaster, Chair Rennels presided and Commissioner Wagner was present.  Also present were:  Lieutenant Steve Bebell, Sheriff's Department; and Gael Cookman, Deputy Clerk.

 

Mr. Lancaster presented the Board with two documents that should have been included on the Consent Agenda, both of which needed to be signed and forwarded to the appropriate parties prior to June 30, 2005.  Mr. Lancaster noted that it might be too close to the deadline if the Board waited until next Tuesday's Administrative Matters to approve these two documents; therefore, he requested they be approved during this Special Meeting.

 

 M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Wagner moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Waste Tire Cleanup Contract #05-102.

 

Motion carried 2-0

 

06212005A008           WASTE TIRE CLEANUP CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE STATE OF COLORADO FOR THE USE AND BENEFIT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL AFFAIRS

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Wagner moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Agreement concerning the use of the City of Fort Collins and Larimer County Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD), Records Management System (RMS), and Jail Management System (JMS), and authorize the Chair to sign this document once approved by the County Attorney. 

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

06212005A007           AGREEMENT CONCERNING THE USE OF CITY/COUNTY COMPUTER AIDED DISPATCH, RECORDS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, AND JAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, THE CITY OF FORT COLLINS, AND THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM, ON BEHALF OF THE CSU POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

 

 

    __________________________________________

                                    KATHAY RENNELS, CHAIR

                        BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

 

SCOTT DOYLE

CLERK AND RECORDER

 

ATTEST:

 

 

___________________________________

Gael M. Cookman, Deputy Clerk 

 

 

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