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MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

 

MONDAY, MAY 23, 2011

 

LAND USE HEARING

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 3:00 p.m. with Matt Lafferty, Principal Planner. Chair Donnelly presided and Commissioner Johnson was present. Also present were: Michael Whitley Planning Department; Jeff Goodell, Engineering Department; Doug Ryan, Environmental Health Department; Jeannine Haag, County Attorney’s Office; and Dana Bouchard, Deputy Clerk.

 

Chair Donnelly opened the meeting with the pledge of allegiance and asked for public comment on the County Budget and Land Use Code.

 

Chair Donnelly explained that the following items are on the consent agenda and would not be discussed unless requested by a member of the Board, staff, or the audience:

 

1.         BRESKA BED & BREAKFAST MINOR SPECIAL REVIEW, FILE #11-Z1848:  This is a request for approval of a minor special review for a Bed and Breakfast to accommodate no more than six guests at a time. The property is 5-acres and is situated on Arbee Lane, approximately one mile north of the intersection of County Road 40 and Interstate 25.

 

There is an existing single-family home on the property that was built in 2005. The home is approximately 2,784-square-feet.  Bed and Breakfasts that accommodate more than six guests require Special Review approval; however, the proposed Bed and Breakfast would accommodate no more than six guests at any time.

 

Except for the addition of a small business sign, no additions or exterior changes are proposed with this request. The size and location of signs are not reviewed as a part of the minor special review process but will be evaluated when the property owners apply for a sign permit. 

 

The property is served by an on-lot septic system and ELCO water district.

 

In review of this request, staff finds it meets the minor special review criteria provided  the applicant satisfy the recommended conditions of approval below:

 

A.    The proposed use will be compatible with existing and allowed uses in the surrounding area and be in harmony with the neighborhood.

 

B.   The property is not in a Growth Management Area and the proposed use is consistent with the County Master Plan.

 

C.   The applicant has demonstrated that this project can and will comply with all applicable requirements of this code.

 

D.    The proposed use will not result in a substantial adverse impact on other properties in the vicinity.

 

E.   The recommendations of referral agencies have been considered; and

 

F.    The applicant has demonstrated that this project can meet applicable additional criteria listed in Section 4.3 Use Descriptions.

 

Therefore, staff recommends approval of the Breska B&B Minor Special Review, file #11-Z1848, subject to the following conditions:

 

1.         The site shall be developed consistent with the approved plan and with the information contained in the Breska B&B Minor Special Review (file #11-Z1848) except as modified by the conditions of approval or agreement of the county and applicant. The applicant shall be subject to all other verbal or written representations and commitments of record for the Breska B&B Minor Special Review.

 

2.         This application is approved without the requirement for a development agreement. In the event the applicant fails to comply with any conditions of approval, or fails to use the property consistent with the approved minor special review, the applicant agrees that in addition to all other remedies available to the county, the county may withhold building permits, issue a written notice to applicant to appear and show cause why the minor special review approval should not be revoked, and/or bring a court action for enforcement of the terms of the minor special review.  All remedies are cumulative and the county’s election to use one shall not preclude use of another.  In the event the county must retain legal counsel and/or pursue a court action to enforce the terms of this minor special review approval, the applicant agrees to pay all expenses incurred by the county including, but not limited to, reasonable attorney’s fees. The county may conduct periodic inspections to the property and reviews of the status of the minor special review as appropriate to monitor and enforce the terms of the minor special review approval.

 

3.         The Findings and Resolution shall be a servitude running with the property.  Those owners of the property or any portion of the property who obtain title subsequent to the date of recording of the Findings and Resolution, their heirs, successors, assigns or transferees, and persons holding under applicants shall comply with the terms and conditions of the special review approval.

 

4.    This minor special review approval will automatically expire without a public hearing if the use is not commenced within three years of the date of approval.

 

5.    Prior to commencing the use, the property owners shall complete a Bed and Breakfast Declaration Form.

 

2.         DICK’S TRASH REZONING, FILE #10-Z1826:  This is a request for proposed rezoning from O-Open to PD-Planned Development to allow commercial uses.

 

Staff recommends approval of the Dicks Trash Rezoning, file #10-Z1826, request to rezone the property from O-Open to PD-Planned Development, subject to the following condition(s):

 

1.    For any use at the site, the area south of the existing building to the south property line shall be used for static storage of goods or vehicles. Active uses in this area shall be generally limited to normal business hours. 

 

2.    Any change of use shall be subject to site plan review and the application of the current development standards.

 

3.    An agreement to annex shall be prepared and executed not later than 60-days after Board of County Commissioners approval of the request.

 

4.    All uses/users shall insure that the screening, landscaping, and buffering on the south property line is in place and maintained. 

 

5.    The Planned Development zone shall be:

 

A.    Principal uses:

            Agricultural

            Apiary (R)

            Livestock veterinary clinic/hospital (SP/S)—See section 4.3.1

            Pet animal facility (SP/S)—See section 4.3.1

            Pet animal veterinary clinic/hospital (SP/S)—See section 4.3.1

            Commercial

            Automobile service station (SP)

            Bar/tavern (SP/MS)

            Clinic (SP)

            General commercial (SP)

            Instructional facility (SP)

            Outdoor display/sales (SP)

            Personal service (SP)

            Professional office (SP)

            Institutional

            Church (SP/S)

            Crematorium (S)

            Funeral Home (SP)

            Health services (SP)

            Accommodation

            Hotel/motel (SP)

            Industrial

            Enclosed storage (SP)

            Light industrial (S)

            Outdoor storage (SP/MS)

            Trade use (SP)—See section 4.3.7

            Utilities

            Commercial mobile radio service (SP/S)—See section 16

            Radio and television transmitters (S)

            Transportation

            Parking lot/garage (SP)

            Transportation service (SP)

            Transportation depot (SP)

            Truck stop (SP)

 

B.        Lot, building and structure requirements:

            1.  Minimum lot size:

a.         100,000 square feet (2.3 acres) if a well or septic system is used.

b.         15,000 square feet (0.34 acre) if public water and sewer are used.**

2.         Minimum required setbacks: (If more than one setback applies, the greater setback is required).

a.         Street and road setback (Refer to section 4.9.1 setbacks from highways, county roads, and all other streets and roads.) The setback from a street or road must be 25 feet from the lot line, nearest edge of the road easement, nearest edge of right-of-way, or nearest edge of traveled way, whichever is greater.

b.         Side yards—Ten feet.

c.         Rear yards—20 feet.

d.         Refer to section 4.9.2 for additional setback requirements (including but not limited to streams, creeks and rivers).

3.         Maximum structure height—40 feet.

4.         No parcel can be used for more than one principal building; additional buildings on a parcel are allowed if they meet the accessory use criteria in subsection 4.3.10

 

 

3.         LAND USE CODE AMENDMENTS, FILE #11-CA0116:  This is a request to make several housekeeping changes to Sections 4.3.2 (delete redundancy), 4.3.10 (changes to home occupation, accessory wind generators, living area and commercial outdoor storage), 5.7.3., 5.8.6, 12.6.1., 12.6.6., 18.3.5. (to correct errors), 12.2.7. (add language) Table 8.6.3. (missing graphic), and 6.2.2. (add additional uses).

 

These proposed housekeeping amendments were  presented to the planning commission on April 20, 2011.  There was no public comment or discussion.

 

Staff recommends the Board approve the amendments to the Larimer County Land Use Code, file #11-CA0016, subject to the following conditions:

 

1.   Modify the portion of section 12.2.7.E. regarding resubmittal of an application s follows:

12.2.7.E.  Resubmittal of an application. A development application denied or revoked by the county commissioners may be resubmitted only if the applicant makes significant changes to address the reasons stated for the denial or revocation. The planning director will determine if the changes are sufficient to allow a resubmittal. The decision of the planning director can be appealed to the county commissioners.

 

2.   4.3.2.C and 4.3.2.I are redundant dwelling, cabin uses.  Delete:

I.    Dwelling, cabin. A structure that contains at least one habitable room for living, sleeping, eating, cooking and sanitation that is designed, arranged and intended to be occupied by one occupant or living unit. A dwelling may be leased or rented for any time period. A dwelling may be leased or rented for any time period provided that the use of the property as a rental unit does not convert the property to a use contemplated by tourist or accommodation zoning, i.e. as a resort cabin, providing single night transient rentals.

1.   A cabin that includes a primary heat source will be considered to be a single-family dwelling.

2.   Cabins are permitted in the applicable zoning districts (See subsection 4.1) only in the west half of Range 70, in Ranges 71-78 and in Townships 11 and 12, Ranges 68-78.

 

3.   Section 5.7.3.B has an incorrect cross-reference. Modify to read:

B.   The resultant lots will meet the required minimum lot size of the applicable zoning district and the lot dimension ratio required by subsection 8.14.2 1.H. If any of the lots are nonconforming with respect to the minimum lot size or the lot dimension ratio, the amended plat must not increase the nonconformity.

 

4.   Section 5.8.6.D.3.c.4 has an incorrect reference.  Modify to read :  

4)   Bridge specification—Bridges must be designed and constructed to comply with the specifications of Section 7.1 of the Larimer County Rural Area Road Standards.

 

5.   Section 12.6.1.C.3. has an incorrect cross-reference. Change the section to read:

3.  A reference to the use plan for residual land and/or common area and its incorporation into the development agreement (see subsection 8.10 8.14.6., use plans for residual land and/or common area.)

 

6.   Section 12.6.6.C. has an incorrect cross-reference. Change the section to read:

C.    If a use plan for residual land and/or common area (see subsection 8.10 8.14.6., use plans for residual land and/or common area) is required for the project, provisions for perpetual maintenance of the common facilities must be included in the use plan for residual land and/or common area.

 

7.   Section 18.3.5.E. has an incorrect cross-reference. Change the section to read:  

E.  The storage of unoccupied recreational vehicles as an accessory use to a single family dwelling is addressed in section 4.3.10.EF. The storage of recreational vehicles as a business requires property that is zoned I-industrial or I-1 heavy industrial and requires approval through the special review process.

 

8.  Change the review process for accessory living area in a detached building, section 4.3.10.G.2.a. as follows:

a.   Accessory living area in a detached building is subject to review and approval through the minor special public site plan review process in section 4.5 6.2;

9.  Change the review process for accessory outdoor commercial storage, section 4.3.10.L. as follows:

L.  Accessory outdoor commercial storage. The storage of materials, equipment, products and any other goods that are clearly incidental and subordinate to the principal business, commercial or industrial use of the property. Parking of employee and customer vehicles is not accessory outdoor commercial storage. Accessory outdoor commercial storage areas that cannot meet all the following requirements require review and approval through the minor special public site plan review process.

 

10.  Change the review process for accessory wind generator, section 4.3.10.N. as follows:

N.  Accessory wind generator. Each lot may include a wind generator for the use of the property owner. An accessory wind generator that cannot meet all the following standards requires review and approval through the minor special public site plan review process. A wind generator must meet the following standards:  (Note: list would follow)

 

11.   TABLE 8.6.3(b).IV is missing a portion of the graphic.  Replace table as follows:

TABLE 8.6.3(b).IV

PARKING SPACE CALCULATIONS

Compact Vehicles

A

B

C2

D

E

F

G

0 degrees

7.5

19

7.5

19

20

12

30 degrees

7.5

16.5

14.8

15

20

15

45 degrees

7.5

16.5

17

10.6

20

15

60 degrees

8

16

17.9

9.2

24

20

90 degrees

8

15

15

8

24

20

Normal Vehicles

A

B

C2

D

E

F

G

0 degrees

8

23

8

23

20

12

30 degrees

8.5

20

17.4

17

20

15

45 degrees

8.5

20

20.2

12

20

15

Normal Vehicles

60 degrees

9

19

21

10.4

24

20

90 degrees

9

19

19

9

24

20

 For handicapped spaces, the width is 13 feet.   (1)

Stall length can be reduced by two feet when overhang   (2) is provided. However, one-sided loading stall width must be increased by two feet for a 90-degree parking angle.

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


12.   Change the home occupation regulations to require public site plan review (rather than minor special review) only in cases where the home occupation has outdoor storage or the area used for the home occupation exceeds 800 square feet, clarify employee section, change the number of vehicle trips to 10 for all home occupations, and remove the dates for building construction and for registrations requirements. 

 

Modify the second paragraph of Section 4.3.10.B. as follows:

Home occupations are allowed in all zoning districts by right and by minor special review public site plan review as detailed below.

 

Modify 4.3.10.B.1. as follows:

Add a new 4.3.10.B.1.b. and renumber the balance of the section:

b.  The home occupation is conducted in a legally constructed dwelling and/or detached accessory building.

Modify 4.3.10.B.1.d. as follows:

c. d.  The home occupation is conducted only by members of the family who reside on the premises plus up to one full time equivalent person who works at the site of the home occupation and does not reside on the premises.

Modify 4.3.10.B.1.k. as follows:

j. k.  Any property owner who establishes a home occupation after June 19, 2006 must is encouraged to complete and sign a Home Occupation Registration Certificate prior to operation.

Add a new item 4.3.10.B.1.l. to read:

l.   Vehicle trips associated with the home occupation, except for retail sales events, will not exceed ten trips in any one day.

 

Modify 4.3.10.B.2. as follows :

Delete section a. and d. and renumber the section: 

a.  The home occupation is conducted in a dwelling and/or in a detached accessory building. The detached accessory building must have been legally constructed prior to June 19, 2006.

d.  Vehicle trips associated with the home occupation, except for retail sales events, will not exceed six trips in any one day.

 

Modify 4.3.10.B.3. as follows :

3.   A home occupation meeting the criteria in subsection 1 above and wishing to operate under the following conditions or circumstances may operate if approval is first obtained through the minor special review public site plan review process.

 

Modify 4.3.10.B.3.a. as follows :

a.   Outdoor storage of materials, parts, vehicles, equipment, finished product and other items is allowed if the outdoor storage does not exceed a maximum of 800 square feet of area and will be effectively screened from surrounding properties and public roads, and is limited to the following:.

 

Maximum area of screened outdoor storage

Minimum setback from all property lines

200 square feet

50 feet

201—400 square feet

100 feet

401—800 square feet

200 feet

 

 

 

 

 

 

Delete section 4.3.10.B.3.b. and d. and renumber the section: 

b.   The home occupation is to occur in an accessory building that had or will have a building permit issued after June 19, 2006.

d.  Vehicle trips associated with the home occupation, except for retail sales events, will not exceed ten trips in any one day.

 

Modify Section 6.2.2.A.1. as follows:

1.   Prior to acceptance of any building permit application for:

a.   Equestrian operations;

b.   Any other principal or accessory use that requires public site plan review as listed in the section 4.3 use descriptions.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the consent agenda as outlined above.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

CARING TOUCH NETWORK SPECIAL REVIEW/APPEAL, FILE #10-Z1782:  This is a request for approval of a Medical Marijuana Dispensary and Grow Facility in the I – Industrial Zoning District and an appeal to sections 4.3.3.F.1 & 4.3.3.G.1 of the Land Use Code to allow a dispensary and grow facility to be within 500-feet of a church.

 

This item was on the discussion agenda for the April 20, 2011, Planning Commission public hearing at 6:30 p.m.  Chairman Hart noted that the applicant was requesting to table this item beyond July, 2011. He stated that the item had previously been tabled twice at the request of the applicant and the application had been in process for more than a year. He felt that delaying a recommendation would delay any opportunity for approval until Fall, 2011, which he did not feel would serve the county nor the applicant. There were no objections from the Commission.

 

At the hearing, staff presented a report recommending denial of the proposed Special Review and denial of the proposed appeal to Sections 4.3.3.F.1 & 4.3.3.G.1 of the Land Use Code.

 

After taking testimony, the Planning Commission voted 6 to 0 to recommend denial of the Caring Touch Network Special Review and appeal.

 

Staff recommends the Board deny the Caring Touch Network Special Review and Appeal, file #10-Z1782.

 

Chair Donnelly opened the hearing to the applicant, however, the applicant was not present.

 

Chair Donnelly opened the hearing to public comment and Jathan Trevena, representing  Rollerland Skate Center, expressed his opposition to this request, based on poor compatibility with the surrounding neighborhood. He feels the operation would reduce property values and be detrimental to his clients.

 

Chair Donnelly and Commissioner Johnson agreed that this request was not compatible with the surrounding area and that the application was complete despite the applicants absence.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners deny the Caring Touch Network Special Review, file #10-Z178.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

There being no further business, the Board adjourned at 3:30 p.m.

 

 

TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2011

 

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:00 a.m. with Frank Lancaster, County Manager. Chair Donnelly presided and Commissioners Johnson was present. Also present were:  Donna Hart, and Deni LaRue, Commissioners’ Office; Candice Phippen, and Tom Garton, Building Department; Scott Dorman, Estes Valley Fire Chief; Brenda Gimeson, Rural Land Use Center; Mark Peterson, Engineering Department; Joe Ferrando, Community Corrections Department; Andy Paratore, Michael Kirk, Steve Balderson, and Troy Griffin, Facilities and Information Technology Department; Gary Darling, Alternative Sentencing Department; Russ Legg, and Rob Helmick, Planning Department; Joni Friedman, and Mark Johnson, Workforce Center; Deb Pierson, Veterans Services Department; George Hass, Jeannine Haag, and David Ayraud, County Attorney’s Office; Gael Cookman, Deputy Clerk. 

 

1.   PUBLIC COMMENT:  Gloria Williams and Joanie Suther requested that sand be delivered to their neighborhood in preparation for the possibility of flooding in the Cotton Willow Subdivison. Discussion ensued and Mr. Lancaster will follow up to determine the feasibility of honoring this request.

 

Mel Hilgenberg thanked the Board for their support of the NISP rally during the past week.

 

2.    APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 16, 2011: 

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the minutes for the week of May 16, 2011.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

3.    REVIEW OF THE SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 30, 2011:   Ms. Hart reviewed the upcoming schedule with the Board.

 

4.     CONSENT AGENDA:

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the consent agenda, as listed below:

 

05242011A001           GRANT EASEMENT BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE NORTH POUDRE IRRIGATION COMPANY

 

05242011A002           FIRST ADDENDUM TO DEED OF CONSERVATION EASEMENT – ROMAN RANCH - BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE CITY OF FORT COLLINS

 

05242011A003           MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING PURSUANT TO HOUSE BILL 04-1451 BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE LARIMER COUNTY INTERAGENCY OVERSIGHT GROUP (LCIOG)

 

05242011A004           DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT AND RESIDUAL LAND USE RESTRICTIONS FOR LAZY D RANCH RURAL LAND USE PLAN BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND LAZY D ASSOCIATES, LLC

 

05242011A005           ADP, INC. MASTER SERVICES AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND ADP, INC

 

05242011A006           INTENSIVE RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT (IRT) CONTRACT BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE STATE OF COLORADO, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND LARIMER COUNTY COMMUNICTY CORRECTIONS

 

05242011R001           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE AMENDED PLAT OF LOTS 8 AND 11 IN THE RED FEATHER RANCH SUBDIVISION AND LOT SIZE APPEAL

 

05242011R002           RESOLUTION FOR STATUTORY VESTED RIGHTS FOR LAZY D RANCH RURAL LAND PLAN 09-S2917

 

05242011R003           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE WHITE MINOR SPECIAL REVIEW

 

05242011R004           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION DENYING THE MAJESTIC ROOFING SIGN APPEAL

 

05242011R005           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION DENYING THE PETITION OF JAYSON SPECHT (NATURE’S MEDICINE)

 

MISCELLANEOUS:   Final Plat – Lazy D Ranch RLUP.

 

LIQUOR LICENSES:  The following licenses were approved and/or issued:  JJ’s Lounge – Tavern – Fort Collins; Overland Foods – 3.2% - LaPorte.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

5.   FINDINGS & RESOLUTION APPROVING 2009 INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE:  Ms. Phippen, Mr. Garton, and Fire Chief Dorman presented the 2009 International Fire Code for inclusion on the Estes Valley fire protection district.  Some discussion ensued.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Findings & Resolution for the Estes Valley Fire Protection District’s request to apply the 2009 International Fire Code, with amendments, within that area of the District located in unincorporated Larimer County.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

052420114006            RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ESTES VALLEY FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT – 2009 FIRE CODE

 

6.  APPROVAL TO SPEND FUNDS FOR LARIMER COUNTY COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS EXPANSION:   Mr. Ferrando detailed the need for a project to relive the extremely over-cramped community corrections office space.  Mr. Kirk explained the details of how the project will be accomplished, budgeted, and the funding sources that will be utilized. 

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve $1,374,984 from the 512 fund to be used to expand the Larimer County Community Corrections building by adding 11 offices, a large conference room, and storage space.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

7.         REQUEST TO ADD HEATING EQUIPMENT TO SERVE THE CIVIC PARK ENTRY LOBBY AT THE LARIMER COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER:  Mr. Kirk, Mr. Balderson, and Mr. Griffin explained the need to replace the faulty heating system in the Justice Center, which has caused the fire sprinkler system to freeze in the winter time, causing a hazard to public safety.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve $49,519 from sales tax funds for HVAC equipment to serve the 1st level lobby and 2nd level lobby at the Larimer County Justice Center, located at 201 LaPorte Avenue, Fort Collins, Colorado.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

8.         REQUEST TO REPLACE THE FIRE ALARM SYSTEM AT THE LARIMER COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER:  Mr. Kirk and Mr. Balderson requested approval to replace the faulty fire alarm system in the Justice Center, noting that they have already invested far too much time trying to repair wiring, hardware, and software in the attempt to fix the current system to no avail.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve $100,500 of sales tax funds to replace the Fire Alarm System at the Larimer County Justice Center, located at 201 LaPorte Avenue, Fort Collins, Colorado.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

9.  EXTENSION OF TEMPORARY MODIFICATION OF COLLATERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS:  Mr. Legg requested an extension of the temporary modification of collateral requirements, as development in the community is still suffering ill effects from the down economy.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve extension of the Temporary Modification of Collateral Policy, as approved on May 11, 2009, and direct planning staff to bring the policy modification back to the Board for consideration in 2013.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

10.       UPDATE ON WORKFORCE CENTER YOUTH AND VETERANS SERVICES:  Mr. Johnson, Ms. Pierson, and Ms. Friedman presented an update on the Workforce Center Youth programs, and the Veterans Services programs.

 

11.       ADOPTION OF REVISED POLICY GOVERNANCE:  Mr. Lancaster presented the final revised Governing Policies report to the Board for adoption.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners adopt the revised Governing Policies of the Larimer County Board of County Commissioners.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

12.       COUNTY MANAGER WORKSESSION:  There were no worksession items to discuss.

 

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

 

14.       LEGAL MATTERS: 

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners go into Executive Session for the purpose of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions, with respect to the Greeley Pipeline Project, and Obstructing Navigable Rivers to prevent trespass, as outlined in 24-6-402 (4) (b) C.R.S.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

The meeting adjourned at 11:00 a.m., with no further action taken.

 

 

 

 

 

__________________________________________

   TOM DONNELLY, CHAIR

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

 

 

SCOTT DOYLE

CLERK AND RECORDER

 

ATTEST:

 

______________________________________

Gael M. Cookman, Deputy Clerk

 

 

______________________________________

Dana S. Bouchard, Deputy Clerk

 

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