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 MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

Monday, August 27, 2007

 

LAND USE HEARING

(#115)

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 3:00 p.m. with Rob Helmick, Principle Planner.  Chair Rennels presided and Commissioners Gibson and Eubanks were present.  Also present were:  Candace Phippen, Planning; Toby Leuter and Matt Johnson, Engineering; Doug Ryan, Environmental Health; William Ressue, Assistant County Attorney; and Angela Myers, 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 explained that the following items are on consent and would not be discussed unless requested by the Board, staff or members of the audience:

 

Toby Leuter approached the Board and requested to have an additional condition (Condition 4) added to Item 2: Fox Acres Second Filing Common Area Amended Plat, File #07-S2711.  Ms. Leuter indicated that Item 2 did not need to be pulled from consent, as she had discussed the addition of this condition with the applicant, and they were in agreement with it.  Chair Rennels asked if there was anyone in the audience representing the applicant.  Brian Nelson approached the Board as a representative for the applicant and confirmed that the applicant has no problem with the addition of Condition 4.

 

1. ERLICH PLANNED LAND DIVISON LOT 2 EASEMENT VACATION, FILE #07-S2712:  This request is for vacation of the entire 20-foot utility easement within the property, running north east to south west, to provide for more useable building space.  The proposed utility easement vacation will not leave any adjoining land without utility services. All appropriate agencies have been notified; and there were no objections from any of the service providers, as no physical change will result from this application.  This application was forwarded to the appropriate departments and agencies for comment.  The responses from these groups indicate that there are no other issues of concern. 

 

Additionally the Poudre Valley REA has submitted a letter (dated August 1, 2007) verifying that the line that used to be in the easement has been moved, and a new line exists in a different location to serve the affected properties.  The applicant indicates that the power line has been removed. No neighbors have voiced any objections to this proposal.  Additionally, the Larimer County Department of Health and Environment and the Engineering Department Development Review Team have stated that they have no objections to this proposal. 

 

The Development Services Team recommends approval of this request to vacate the 20-foot utility easement running from the north east section of the east property line to the south west corner of the building envelope.

 

2.   FOX ACRES 2ND FILING COMMON AREA AMENDED PLAT, FILE #07-S2711:  This request is for an amended plat to create an envelope for a recreation center for Fox Acres Country Club. The envelope and recreation center would be located in the common areas of Fox Acres planned community.

 

For background, the Fox Acres Country Club was first approved in 1979 as a Master Planned community.  There are four filings, along with a variety of lot sizes and configurations.  The project was first approved with 225 lots on 459 acres, along with the golf course and support facilities.  Fox Acres also has its own water and sewer associations on site to provide these services to the individual lots.  Fox Acres is located on the northeast side of the Red Feather Lakes Subdivision, off Prairie Divide Road. 

 

The common areas of Fox Acres are large and hard to define. Fox Acres common areas are described in several fillings, and amending those areas has proven to be cumbersome in previous efforts. This plat can be a tool to better define the common properties and ease the amendment and development processes for Fox Acres in the future.

 

No additional lots are created with this amended plat. A new envelope will be created in the common area.  The lot size is not changing.  All lots will be consistent with the previously approved Master Plan for the development.  Amending this plat will not create a non-conforming setback for any existing building.  No agency or utility has identified any conflict with existing easements, drainage, rights-of-way, or access on this plat, but the surveyor for the County Engineering Department has requested five changes to the plat before it is recorded.  The final plat will include a note that the envelope and common area is subject to the same restrictions, covenants, and regulations as set forth in the master plan and plat of record for the Fox Acres Subdivision. 

 

The Development Services Team recommends approval of the Amended Plat of Fox Acres Subdivision 2nd Filing, Common Properties, subject to the following condition(s) and authorization for the chairman to sign the plat when the conditions are met and the plat is presented for signature:

 

1.   All conditions of approval shall be met and the Final Plat recorded by February 27, 2008, or this approval shall be null and void.

2.   Prior to the recordation of the Final Plat, the applicant shall make the technical corrections required by Dale Greer, Land Surveyor of the Larimer County Engineering Department, in his letter dated July 24, 2007.

3.   A site plan is required for all non-residential projects in Larimer County. The applicant shall submit a site plan application for review prior to the issuance of a building permit for the recreation center.

 

Additional Condition:

4.   Prior to recordation of the Final Plat, the applicant shall make the technical correction to the “Certification of Ownership and Dedication” required by the County Assessor’s office, as stated in their letter dated August 21, 2007.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gibson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the consent agenda as outlined above, with the addition to Consent Item 2 of additional Condition 4.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

3.   FRITZ BUILDING AND ZONING VIOLATION, FILE #05-BV0281:  Candace Phippen requested that this item be vacated, explaining that she had heard from Mr. Fritz.  In that conversation Mr. Fritz informed her that two of the parcels have been lost in foreclosure and that he is optimistic about the sale of the remaining parcels.  Ms. Phippen explained that she had a subsequent conversation regarding the matter with Jeannine Haag, Assistant County Attorney, who suggested that the matter be vacated and subsequently included as a topic during the Board’s Legal Matters on October 2, 2007, at 10:00 a.m.  Ms. Phippen indicated that she has had numerous calls from real estate professionals and potential buyers regarding this matter and that the October 2, 2007, meeting would provide them an opportunity to participate in the discussion.  Ms. Phippen further commented that she would be happy to work with any new owner of this property to rectify the zoning violations.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Eubanks moved that the Board of County Commissioners vacate Item #3, and discuss it further on October 2, 2007, at the Administrative Matters meeting held in the Commissioners' Conference Room.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

There being no further business, the meeting recessed at 3:05 p.m.

 

 

LAND USE HEARING

(#115)

 

The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 6:30 p.m. with Rob Helmick, Principle Planner. Chair Rennels presided and Commissioners Gibson and Eubanks were present.  Also present were:  Karlin Goggin, Address Coordinator; Neil Gluckman, Assistant County Commissioner; William Ressue, Assistant County Attorney; and Angela Myers, Deputy Clerk.

 

Chair Rennels opened the meeting by asking if there was any public comment on the County Budget and Land Use Code.  No one from the audience addressed the Board regarding these topics. 

 

1.   AMENDMENTS TO THE LARIMER COUNTY LAND USE CODE – LIGHTING, FILE #05-CA0073:  Mr. Helmick explained that this is a request to amend the current Larimer County Land Use Code.  The effect of outdoor lighting on the nighttime environment has been a topic of discussion in the county for a quite awhile.  The current Land Use Code addresses site lighting only as it applies to Special Review and Site Plan applications.  There are no standards for other types of development such as Subdivision, Conservation Development or Special Exception, among others.  The goal of this proposed amendment is to provide standards for those types of applications when outdoor lighting is proposed.  In addition, the proposed amendment includes guidelines for residential lighting for individual lots.  The guidelines could be incorporated into the overall development proposal.  This proposal does not address existing residential lighting or lighting for residential lots that are not part of a development proposal.  It may however, serve as a resource for those property owners who are looking for guidance on outdoor lighting.

 

The proposed changes are consistent with the Master Plan and the intent and purpose of the Land Use Code.  The proposed changes are necessary to correct an omission or error in the Land Use Code.  The Planning Staff recommends approval of the proposed amendments to the Larimer County Land Use Code.

 

Mr. Helmick explained that there had been much discussion on this topic during the Planning Commission meeting, and he called attention to the word “guidelines,” explaining that they are not to be considered requirements or conditions.  He said that the proposed amendments were mainly for clarification purposes and would only affect new development.

 

Chair Rennels also wished to highlight the “guidelines,” rather than conditions, perspective, as some people prefer the night sky, while others prefer well lit areas.  Chair Rennels asked Mr. Helmick for clarification of the motions made at the Planning Commission meeting on this matter; because the minutes of that meeting do not show who actually made the first motion.  Mr. Helmick indicated that this was an oversight in the minutes or in the handout and explained that Commissioner Waldo actually made the original motion on the matter, with Commissioner Oppenheimer seconding it.

 

Chair Rennels then opened the matter for public comment.  Seeing none, public comment was closed.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Eubanks moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the lighting code amendments as recommended by the Planning Commission and staff.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

2.         BINGHAM HILL ROAD ADDRESS APPEAL, FILE #07-CAC0007:  Ms. Goggin explained that this is a request by the residents of W County Road 50E for the Board to allow W County Road 50E to be named the historically significant road name Bingham Hill Rd and not utilize the County Road designation as required by the road hierarchy standard. 

 

As part of the Road Naming and Site Addressing System, the Resolution provides, in Section 10-175(b)(1)q. of the county code, for the establishment of a road naming hierarchy for the county when multiple road name designations may exist.  The road in reference under this appeal is W County Road 50E according to the road name hierarchy.  However, many residents and locals have long known this road to be Bingham Hill Road.  With that said, the Resolution Section 10-175(b)(1)e also has a provision allowing the county to retain historically significant road names. 

 

By approving this request, the county would be retaining one of earliest names historically significant as a pioneer in Larimer County, Samuel Bingham.  The supporting documentation and staff findings demonstrate the history and tradition the name sake has to the area.

 

In conducting staff research on the historical significance of this name, Larimer County historical readings provided by the Heritage Association confirm the use of Bingham Hill Road.  As early as 1863, Samuel Bingham’s name appears as an early pioneer in the area known as Pleasant Valley, just west of the established Bingham Hill Cemetery.  Bingham Hill Cemetery is the oldest in northern Colorado.  Before 1860, Bingham Hill was a known Indian burial ground.  Barbara Bingham, daughter of Samuel Bingham, was buried on the family plot at the cemetery in 1876.  The last burial in the Bingham Hill Cemetery was in 1940.  In the book, History of Larimer County Volume II circa 1998, the article on Eliz Bingham Tharp Garnder, daughter of Samuel Bingham, supports the early establishment of this family on what is known as Bingham Hill.

 

The staff finds that:

•           The Resolution provides, in Section 10-175 (b)(1)q, a road naming hierarchy for situations such as this and other similar situations in the county when dual road names are used, except when the provision of historical significance can be proven as provided in Section 10-175(b)(1)e.  Staff finds there is significant supporting documentation in history readings regarding the Bingham Family, the Bingham Hill Cemetery, and the use of Bingham Hill Road.

•           LETA and the county have funded monies toward this project to ensure a systematic addressing system is achieved.  Naming this entire road Bingham Hill Rd is found to be in compliance with the enabling Resolution.

•           The purposes of the Site Addressing and Road Naming Resolution is to provide property owners, the general public, and Larimer County with an accurate and systematic means of identifying and locating property.  This includes the modification of address numbers on existing addresses and changing road names as part of administering the resolution and addressing standards when found to be inconsistent.  The county is working to establish a system of unique and consistent road names and address points while providing efficient public services and response.

•           Unlike similar requests to use alias road names, this request is for the entire duration of the road segment of what is known as W County Road 50E.  This request would keep intact consistency of one single road name while retaining historical significance to the area.

 

Ms. Goggin explained that this is not an appeal for specific address changes and does not including any segmenting of the road.  Rather, specific house numbers will be dealt with at a later date, and this is for naming of the entire road between Overland Trail and N County Road 23.

 

Chair Rennels opened the meeting to public comment.  Mr. Dick Spiess, 20 year resident of 3605 W. Bingham Hill Road, approached the Board to express his appreciation for the way county staff handled this matter.  He stated that the staff was diligent, respectful and interested in what the residents had to say.  He said staff took the time necessary to meet with the residents, conduct the research, and carefully consider the matter.  Chair Rennels then closed public comment. 

 

Chair Rennels expressed her intended approval of the request, stating that this type of circumstance is exactly why the addressing system has a provision allowing for historically significant name usage.  She applauded the residents of the area for pursuing the request and county staff for their work on the effort as well.

 

Commissioner Gibson clarified that the acceptance of the road name request does not, in any way, affect any house numbering or address change requirements that may need to be made as part of the county addressing project.

 

Commissioner Eubanks also applauded the residents for their efforts in pursuing this request and agreed with Commissioner Rennels that this is exactly the type of circumstance intended by the addressing system provision for historical exception.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gibson moved that the Board of County Commissioners grant approval to officially name W County Road 50E to Bingham Hill Road for the entire duration of the road segment and in accordance with the Resolution modify existing addresses to reflect this road name and obtain proper sequential numbering and parity where needed.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

The meeting adjourned at 6:45 p.m.

 

 

TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 2007

 

 

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

(#116 & 117)

 

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:00 a.m. with Neil Gluckman, Assistant County Manager.  Chair Rennels presided and Commissioners Gibson and Eubanks were present.  Also present were: Donna Hart, Deni LaRue, and Diane Tokarz, Commissioners’ Office;  Bill Nelson, Sheriff’s Department; John Baudek, Estes Park Mayor; Randy Repola, Estes Park Town Administrator; Greg White, Estes Park Town Attorney; Scott Dorman, Fire Chief; Babette Cornell, Facilities Department; Wynette Reed and Pam Stultz, Human Resources Department; Eric Rosales, Senior Vice President for Hays Companies; Andy Paratore, Information Technology Division; Carol Block, and Diana Morton, Finance Department; Gary Buffington, Parks and Open Lands Department; Ginny Riley, Health and Human Services Department;  and Gael Cookman, Deputy Clerk.

 

 

1.  PUBLIC COMMENT:  County employees Jodi Masters, Taryn Davids, and Brittany Gilden, addressed the Board with concerns of the proposed health care insurance changes.  They questioned why the EPO wouldn’t be offered as an option for employees, presented a spreadsheet of figures for outpatient hospital visits, and questioned the accountability displayed by the Human Resources Department. 

 

2.  APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 13, 2007:

 

M O T I O N

Commissioner Gibson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the minutes for the week of August 20, 2007.

Motion carried 3-0.

 

3.  REVIEW OF THE SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 27, 2007:  Ms. Hart reviewed the upcoming schedule with the Board.

 

4.  CONSENT AGENDA: 

 

M O T I O N

Commissioner Eubanks moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the following items as presented on the Consent Agenda for August 28, 2007:

 

08282007A002           REGENT BROADCASTING OF FORT COLLINS, INC. BUIDING AND TOWER USE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND REGENT BROADCASTING. 

 

08282007A003           MODIFICATION NO. 1 TO COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT #06-CO-11021000-029 BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS THE USDA, FOREST SERVICE, ARAPAHO & ROOSEVELT NATIONAL FORESTS AND PAWNEE NATIONAL GRASSLAND

 

08282007A004           RIGHT OF FIRST REFUSAL AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISIONERS AND THE CITY OF FORT COLLINS (Gallegos Property)

 

08282007A005           SECOND RIGHT OF REFUSAL AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE CITY OF FORT COLLINS (Hermit Park Property)

 

08282007A006           AVIGATION EASEMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, THE CITY OF  FORT COLLNS, AND THE CITY OF LOVELAND

 

08282007A007           DECLARATION OF MUTUAL ACCESS EASEMENT (Concerning access to and from Hotel at The Ranch)

 

08282007D001           DEED OF CONSERVATION EASEMENT ON ROUND BUTTE PROPERTY BY THE CITY OF FORT COLLINS AS GRANTOR AND LARIMER COUNTY AS GRANTEE

 

08282007R001           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE RESERVE AT MOUNTAIN VIEW CONSERVATION DEVELOPMENT APPEAL

 

08282007R002           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE BARBER EXPANSION OF A NONCONFORMING BUILDING

 

08282007R003           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ROCKY RIDGE ESTATES CONSERVATION DEVELOPMENT PRELIMINARY PLAT AND APPEAL TO SECTION 8.14.2.S AND 8.14.2.Q

 

08282007R004           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ROCKY RIDGE ESTATES REZONING

 

08282007R005           RESOLUTION ADOPTING AMENDMENTS TO THE LARIMER COUNTY LAND USE CODE CONCERNING ZONING DISTRICTS FOR RAFTING BUSINESSES

 

08282007R006           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE AMENDED PLAT OF LOT 2 IN MALOOF MINOR LAND DIVISION

 

08282007R007           RESOLUTION RELEASING LOT SALE PROHIBITION ON LOTS 1 THOUGH 13 OF THE PITTINGTON R.L.U.P.  05-S2447

 

08282007R008           RESOLUTION RELEASING LOT SALE PROHIBITION ON LOTS 1 THOUGH 4 OF THE PITTINGTON 2ND R.L.U.P.  06-S2603

 

08282007R009           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION DENYING THE PSYCHIC VISIONS SIGN APPEAL

 

08282007R010           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE CARTER LAKE MARINA APPEAL

 

08282007R011           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE COPPER/HERRERA MINOR SPECIAL REVIEW

 

08282007R012           RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE 2006 INTERNATIONAL CODE AND AMENDMENTS

 

08282007R013           RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF LARIMER COUNTY COLORADO OPEN SPACES AND USE TAX REVENUE REFUNDING BONDS

 

MISCELLANEOUS:  Department of Human Services Payments for June 2007

 

LIQUOR LICENSES:  The following licenses were approved and issued:  Schrader Country Store #440 - 3.2% - Fort Collins.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

5.  LARIMER COUNTY FIRE AGENCY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT (IGA) WITH ESTES PARK:     Mayor Baudek requested approval on an IGA for fire protection between Larimer County, the Sheriff's Department, and the Town of Estes, in order to help fund the Estes Park Volunteer Fire Department (EPVFD).  Mr. Repola explained that the Town of Estes Park has funded the EPVFD for some 20 years, but are at the point where they need to find additional funding mechanisms.  He stated that they have tried to fund the EPVFD by putting it to a vote of the citizens, but the measure was defeated.  He outlined the costs involved with maintenance and replacement of fire fighting equipment, and noted that the IGA also gives them the ability to invoice citizens who require assistance.  Some discussion ensued and the Board fully supported the IGA request.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gibson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Larimer County Fire Agency Intergovernmental Agreement with Estes Park.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

08282007A001           LARIMER COUNTY FIRE AGENCY INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT AMONG LARIMER COUNTY; LARIMER COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE, AND THE TOWN OF ESTES PARK

 

 

6.    2008 MEDICAL INSURANCE PLAN RENEWAL:   Ms. Reed introduced Eric Rosales, Senior Vice President for Hays Companies of Denver; she then presented the final 2008 proposed health insurance renewal plan for the Board’s approval.   Ms. Reed answered questions and explained the plan in detail for the Board and the employees in attendance.  Mr. Rosales stated that the county’s health insurance plan is suffering and he took some time to explain the trends in the insurance industry.  He noted the necessity to try to find a balance, yet remain competitive.  Ms. Reed explained that a comprehensive wellness program is included in the plan, and is an integral part of the proposed health insurance plan.  Much discussion ensued.  The Board reminded the employees in attendance that providing quality health insurance at a reasonable cost is an on-going issue, and encouraged all interested parties to being working with the Human Resources staff now, in order to address this issue for future years.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Eubanks moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the recommended premium increases, plan design changes, and wellness program funding for the 2008 Medical Insurance Plan Renewal.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

7.  FUNDING FOR FACILITIES PROJECTS:  Ms. Cornell presented two options for the Board to consider regarding funding for facilities projects in the Justice Center and at the 205 E. 6th Street county facility in Loveland.  Commissioner Gibson questioned whether or not the Loveland offices needed to be expanded, and discussion ensued.   The Board agreed to support Option  B, as it was the best option presented and does not deplete the Capital fund by 2011.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gibson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve using approximately $2.3 million in cash reserves from the existing “Courthouse” Sales Tax, in 2007-2008 and the remaining projects would use funds from the Capital fund (512) balance.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

8.   2008 PARK FEE INCREASES:  Mr. Buffington presented and reviewed the proposed 2008 park fees.  He explained that Non-resident annual vehicle and boat permits, and in-season camper cabins, would see an increase of $10 per permit/night.  Paddling annual permits would increase by $5.00 per permit.  In-season camping permits would increase $3.00 per night.  One-day entry (weekday) permits would increase $1.00 at all four reservoirs.  And Off-season camping would decrease $5.00 per night.  Mr. Buffington further noted that in-season prices would apply April through September (currently May through September).  

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Eubanks moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the proposed 2008 Park Fee Structure, as outlined above.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

9.  BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS APPOINTMENTS:  Ms. Tokarz outlined the appointments to the Extension Advisory Board as follows:  Kyle Uhlmann appointed for a 3-year term, beginning August 28, 2007 and expiring June 30, 2010.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gibson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the appointments to the Extension Advisory Board as outlined above.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

Chair Rennels then presented the Affidavit of Assessor to Assessment Roll, (on behalf of the County Assessor), which certifies the Abstract of Assessments and valuation changes ordered by the Board of Equalization.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Eubanks moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Abstract of Assessments and Certification by the County Board of Equalization.

 

Motion carried 3-0.   

 

10.  PUBLIC SAFETY EMPLOYER EMPLOYEE COOPERATION ACT - HR98:  Mr. Gluckman requested direction from the Board as to whether or not they wished draft a letter regarding the Public Safety Employer Employee Cooperation Act.  Discussion ensued, and the Board directed Mr. Gluckman to draft a letter giving a synopsis of the Board opinions.  

 

11.  LARIMER COUNTY LEGISLATIVE POSITION GUIDE:  Commissioner Eubanks requested additional time to review the Legislative Position Guide in depth.  The Board agreed to his request; this item will be reviewed at a later date.  

 

12.  WORKSESSION:  Ms. Riley explained that the Weatherization Program is a federally mandated program that has been regionalized in the northern Colorado area.  She stated that the administrative costs for the program have been funded in past years by Boulder County; however, Boulder County has now requested that Larimer County begin paying their share of the administrative costs, which are approximately $30,000.  The Board asked Ms. Riley to include it as a line item in her budget, and they would discuss the issue with the Budget Manager and decide how to fund it within the budget. 

 

Chair Rennels explained that Governor Ritter would be coming to speak at the Center for Community Partnerships.  She noted that the cost per table for this event is $500 and suggested that the Commissioners purchase a table for those county employees that would benefit from attending this event. 

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Gibson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the expenditure of up to $500.00 from the Commissioners’ Special Projects Fund to purchase a table for the Center for Community Partnerships event.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

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

 

14.  LEGAL MATTERS:  There were no legal matters to discuss.

 

The meeting ended at 11:40 a.m., with no further action taken.

 

 

 

__________________________________________

KATHAY RENNELS, CHAIR

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

SCOTT DOYLE

CLERK AND RECORDER

 

ATTEST:

 _________________________________

Gael M. Cookman, Deputy Clerk 

 

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