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MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

 

Monday, January 16, 2012

 

County offices were closed on Monday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 2012

 

 

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:00 a.m. with Frank Lancaster, County Manager. Chair Gaiter presided and Commissioners Donnelly and Johnson were present. Also present were: Donna Hart, and Deni LaRue, Commissioners’ Office; Rob Helmick, Planning Department; Jennifer Johnson, and Michael Kirk, Facilities and Information Technology Department; Carol Block, Finance Department; Sheriff Justin Smith, Sheriff’s Department; Gary Darling, Criminal Justice Department; George Hass, County Attorney’s Office; and Gael Cookman, Deputy Clerk.

 

Chair Gaiter opened the hearing with the Pledge of Allegiance. 

 

1.         PUBLIC COMMENT:  Eric Sutherland raised concerns regarding the Rocky Mountain Innosphere being financed with public money, yet the resulting gains accrue to a private entity.  He also voiced concerns with the loan granted to the City of Fort Collins Urban Renewal Authority, noting that it was done so without oversight or due process.   

 

Mel Hilgenberg requested a hard copy of the transportation plan, and also requested a copy of the congressional district map for the entire state of Colorado. Commissioner Donnelly presented Mr. Hilgenberg with a hard copy of the transportation plan.  Mr. Hilgenberg then addressed multiple community issues with the Board.

 

Jerry Gerber requested that the Board provide financial assistance for the residents being displaced from the Bender Mobile Home Park.

 

2.         APPROVAL OF MINUTES FOR THE WEEK OF JANUARY 9, 2012:

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the minutes for the week of January 9, 2012.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

3.         REVIEW OF THE SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF JANUARY 23, 2012:   Ms. Hart reviewed the schedule for the upcoming week.

 

4.         CONSENT AGENDA: 

 

M O T I O N

 

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

 

01172012A001           AGREEMENT FOR INSTALLATION OF SECURITY FENCING BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND WATERFORD CORPORATION

 

01172012A002           EXPENDITURE AUTHORIZATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, THE LARIMER COUNTY WORKFORCE CENTER, AND THE COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT FOR PROGRAM YEAR 2011/FISCAL YEAR 2012 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE DISCRETIONARY FUNDS

 

01172012R001           RESOLUTION CANCELING 2009 TAXES DETERMINED TO BE UNCOLLECTIBLE

 

01172012R002           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE DEJESUS EXEMPTION PARCEL A, AMENDED PLAT TERMINATION OF PLAT NOTE/CONDITION

 

MISCELLANEOUS:  Recommendation for appointment: Candace Alexander to the Red Feather Mountain Library District Board of Trustees; Recommendation for appointment:  John Smith to PID #40 Paragon Estates, to complete the 4-year term of Jeffery Warning, beginning January 17, 2012, through November 30, 2014; Treasurer’s Six Month Report; Stipulation as to tax year 2011 value for John Laitinen and Ruth Vanderminden; Stipulation as to tax year 2011 value for Andrea Dunlap; Colorado Department of Local Affairs Division of Housing Application for Loan/Grant.

 

LIQUOR LICENSES:  The following liquor licenses were approved and/or issued:  Windjammer Roadhouse – Tavern – Loveland; Gateway Liquors – Retail Liquor Store – Loveland; Boyd Lake Marina – 3.2% – Loveland.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

5.         ELECTIONS COUNT SPACE LEASE:  Ms. Johnson and Mr. Kirk explained the need for the Elections Department to have space count votes, especially during the even-numbered election years.  Ms. Johnson stated that securing the space at 2619 Midpoint Drive, for a five-year lease, would save approximately $185,000, over the five year period, and would provide the option to sub-lease this space during odd-years.  Much discussion ensued, and the Board was hesitant to approve the request without further data being provided.  Mr. Kirk and Ms. Johnson will bring back additional information for the Board to consider before next week.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners table the Election Count Lease Space item until January 24, 2012.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

6.         ANNUAL W.O.L.F. REPORT:  Mr. Helmick reviewed the annual W.O.L.F. report with the Board, noting that they have received some complaints regarding noise and use of the road and that the W.O.L.F. representatives have been notified so they could identify the issues and work with the neighbors.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners acknowledge receipt of the W.O.L.F. annual report. 

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

7.         QUARTELY POLICY GOVERNANCE REPORT:   Mr. Lancaster reviewed his Quarterly Policy Governance Report with the Board.  Some discussion ensued. 

 

8.         WORKSESSION:   There were no worksession items to discuss.

 

9.         COMMISSIONER ACTIVITY REPORTS:  The Board reviewed their activities at events during the past week.  

 

10.       LEGAL MATTERS:  Mr. Hass requested the Board go into executive session for confidential legal advice.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners go into executive session for confidential legal advice, as outlined in 24-6-402(4)(b) C.R.S.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

The executive session ended with no action taken, and the meeting recessed at 10:30 a.m.

 

LAND USE HEARING

 

The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 3:00 p.m. with Matt Lafferty, Principal Planner. Chair Gaiter presided and Commissioners Donnelly and Johnson were present. Also present were:  Rob Helmick, and Karin Madson, Planning Department; Eric Tracy and Traci Shambo, Engineering Department; Dave Shirk, Estes Park Planning Department; Doug Ryan, Environmental Health Department; Jeannine Haag, County Attorney’s Office; and Gael Cookman, Deputy Clerk.

 

Chair Gaiter opened the hearing with the Pledge of Allegiance. 

 

Chair Gaiter then explained that the following items are on consent and would not be discussed unless requested by the Board or members of the audience:

 

1.         HIGH PINES SUBDIVISION LOTS 22 AND 23 AMENDED PLAT:   This is a request to adjust the lot line between two existing lots in an attempt to provide a more functional lot configuration. The existing configuration has a cabin straddling the lot line, and one of the lots is long and narrow and does not have any area outside the required 25-foot setbacks. This plat will correct these issues and provide two functional lots with documented easements.

 

Staff recommends approval of the requested Amended Plat of Lots 22 and 23 High Pines subject to the findings and conditions recommended by the Planning Commission, and compliance with letter from Community Development staff to England Surveying dated December 22, 2011. The compliance issues are typically addressed prior to Commission hearing, but in an attempt to fulfill the request from property owner to expedite the review process, they have not yet been addressed.  Staff met with the surveyor on January 3, 2012, to discuss the issues.

 

PLANNING COMMISSION FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATION: 

1.    Pursuant to C.R.S.30-28-110, sub-section 4(a), “no plat for subdivided land shall be approved by the Board of County Commissioners unless at the time of the approval of platting the subdivider provides the certification of the county treasurer’s office that all ad valorem taxes applicable to such subdivided land, for years prior to that year in which approval is granted, have been paid.”

2.    Approval of the setback minor modification for Lot 22A advances the goals and purposes of this Code and relieves a practical difficulty.

3.    This proposal complies with applicable sections of the Estes Valley Development Code, including Section 3.9.E “Standards for Review” and 10.3 “Review Procedures.”

4.    Approval will not be materially detrimental to the public welfare, injurious to other property in the neighborhood, or in conflict with the purposes and objectives of this Code.

5.    This request has been submitted to all applicable reviewing agency staff for consideration and comment.  No significant issues or concerns were expressed by reviewing staff relative to code compliance or the provision of public services, though several corrections are outlined as conditions of approval.

6.    Within sixty (60) days of the Board’s approval of the amended plat, the developer shall submit the plat for recording.  If the plat is not submitted for recording within this sixty-day time period, the approval shall automatically lapse and be null and void.

7.    This is a Planning Commission recommendation the Board of County Commissioners.

 

The Planning Commission voted unanimously to recommend approval of the proposed Amended Plat of Lots 22 and 23 High Pines Subdivision conditional to:

 

1.    Submittal of a revised plat, including the following changes:

a.    Delineate water service lines on the plat, and dedicate easements as necessary. 

b.    The legend on the final plat shall be updated to remove unneeded labels.

c.    The Vested Rights Statement and Boundary Adjustment Note (include full title) shall be relocated above the Approval of Survey Plat.

d.    The Dedication Statement shall be amended to include language specified in Appendix B Submittal Requirements.

 

2.    Compliance with memo from Utilities dated November 30, 2011. The Water Department reserves the right to make additional comments pending submittal of water line information.

 

3.    Each lot shall have a separate address. This shall be completed prior to recordation of the plat.  Contact the Dan Kunis with the Larimer County Planning Department to discuss.

 

4.    Review and approval of Larimer County Engineering (survey review). Requires letter of approval from Larimer County Engineering prior to mylar being sent for recording.

 

5.    Signed Access Easement Agreement and Access Easement Declaration – Maintenance shall be submitted for recording with plat mylars, and shall include filing fee (see Larimer County Clerk and Recorder website for filing fees).

 

2.         LAKE AT BIGHORN CONSERVATION DEVELOPMENT PRELIMINARY PLAT TIME EXTENSION, FILE #08-S2776:  This is a request for a one-year extension of the approval of the preliminary plat.

 

The applicant received approval of the Preliminary Plat for this 31 lot Conservation Development on December 7, 2009, with a Findings and Resolution date January 14, 2010.  On December 13, 2010, the Board of County Commissioners granted a one-year extension of time to submit a Final Plat application. In that time, no application for Final Plat has been submitted.  The Larimer County Land Use Code provides for an applicant to request an extension of the Preliminary Plat approval (Code language below); the applicant is requesting the Board of County Commissioners grant a further one year extension.

 

5.13.4.I.

Time limit for completion. Preliminary plat approvals are effective for one year. If a complete final plat application is not submitted to the Planning Department within one year of preliminary plat approval, the preliminary plat approval will automatically expire.

5.13.4.J.

Extensions of preliminary plat approvals.

1.         The County Commissioners may extend the effective period of a preliminary plat for good cause. The applicant must request the extension in writing prior to expiration of the preliminary plat.

 

2.         Notice of a hearing to consider an extension request will be given under notice requirements for County Commissioner consideration of a preliminary plat.

3.         The County Commissioners will consider the following criteria when reviewing a preliminary plat extension request:

a.         Conditions in the neighborhood have not changed significantly since the original approval;

b.         The approved preliminary plat is consistent with any amendments to this code adopted since the original approval; and

c.         The applicant demonstrates that the extension is necessary because there have been factors beyond his or her control that prevented the submittal of the final plat for this project.

 

The Development Services Team has deemed the request appropriate given that the neighborhood is unchanged in the past year, no significant Code changes have occurred which would affect this request, and the current market is such that pursuing the Final Plat at his time is not warranted. The Team further believes that given the change in ownership here and the economy the extension should be granted for three years rather than the one-year request. 

 

The Development Services Team recommends approval of the Lake at Bighorn Conservation Development Time Extension, file #08-S2776, subject to the following conditions:

 

1.    A complete Final Plat application is submitted no later than January 14, 2015.

 

2.    All original conditions of approval shall remain in force and effect. 

 

3.         ROCKY RIDGE ESTATES CONVERSATION DEVELOPMENT PRELIMINARY PLAT TIME EXTENSION, FILE #06-S2535:   This is a request for an extension of three years to the approval of the Preliminary Plat (2nd extension).

 

The applicant received approval of the Preliminary Plat for this 52 lot conservation Development on July 9, 2007, with a Findings and Resolution dated August 28, 2007.  A final plat application was submitted October of 2007, and later became inactive and “on hold” due to complexities associated with the application. In 2009 a request to extend the approval was submitted.  The final plat application was then returned to the applicant and on December 14, 2009, an extension to the preliminary plat approval was granted for two years, with a Findings and Resolution dated January 12, 2010.  The Larimer County Land Use Code provides for an applicant to request an extension of the preliminary plat approval (Code language below); the applicant is requesting the Board of County Commissioners grant a three year extension.

 

5.13.4.ITime limit for completion. Preliminary plat approvals are effective for one year. If a complete final plat application is not submitted to the planning department within one year of preliminary plat approval, the preliminary plat approval will automatically expire.

 

5.13.4.J.  Extensions of preliminary plat approvals .

1.   The county commissioners may extend the effective period of a preliminary plat for good cause. The applicant must request the extension in writing prior to expiration of the preliminary plat.

 

2.   Notice of a hearing to consider an extension request will be given under notice requirements for county commissioner consideration of a preliminary plat.

 

3.  The county commissioners will consider the following criteria when reviewing a preliminary plat extension request:

a.  Conditions in the neighborhood have not changed significantly since the original approval;

b.  The approved preliminary plat is consistent with any amendments to this code adopted since the original approval; and

c.  The applicant demonstrates that the extension is necessary because there have been factors beyond his or her control that prevented the submittal of the final plat for this project.

 

The Development Services Team finds the request appropriate given that the neighborhood is unchanged in the past couple years, there have been no significant code changes which would affect this request and the current market is such that pursuing the Final Plat is not warranted at this time. 

 

The Development Services Team recommends Approval of the Rocky Ridge Estates Conservation Development Time Extension, File #06-S2535, subject to the following condition(s):

 

1.    A complete Final Plat application is submitted no later than January 2, 2015.

 

2.    All original conditions of approval shall remain in force and effect. 

 

M O T I O N

 

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

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

 

4.         LAND USE CODE AMENDMENTS, FILE #11-CA0120:    This is a request to make several housekeeping changes to Sections 4.9.6.A.5. Maximum Structure Height, 4.3.10.I.2.j Extended Family Dwelling, 4.3.7 Special Exceptions, 0.1 Definitions, Section 4.1 Zoning Districts E, E-1, RE, RE-1, R, R-1, R-2, M, M-1, A, T, B, C, AP and RFLB, the zoning table in Section 4, and Sections 10.2 & 10.15 Signs.

 

The Land Use Code is a living document that requires periodic housekeeping amendments to make it function properly.  Some changes are minor wording changes because of typographical errors or inconsistencies between parts of the Code.  A few of the changes are needed because there are unintended consequences resulting from the current wording.

Proposed changes:

            1.   Modify Section 4.9.6. Maximum structure height as follows:

A. 5.  The maximum height limitations in Section 4.1 of this code do not apply to radio and television transmitters, accessory wind generators approved by public site plan minor special  review, and/or small wind energy facilities.  

 

2.   Modify section 4.3.10.I.2.f. (Extended  Family Dwelling) to read:

f.  A simplified site plan will be required as part of the application.

 

3.   Renumber the Section 4.3.7. Review Criteria (for Special Exceptions) to reflect criteria A. through G.  The current lettering skips “E”.

 

4.   Change the definition of  “Stream, creek and river” to read:

      Stream, creek and river. Any water course having a source and terminus, banks and channel through which water flows and is identified on a 7.5 minute quadrangle map prepared by the United States Geological Society Survey as a perennial or intermittent stream.

 

5.   S ince prior to the  adoption of the Land Use Code (early 1990’s) we have not regulated oil and gas drilling and production, but current code language is inconsistent .  

 

Add “Oil and gas drilling and production” as a use by right (R) in all zoning districts in which it is not currently included, under the “Industrial” use classification:

 

 4.1.5. E-Estate, 4.1.6. E-1 Estate, 4.1.8. RE-Rural Estate, 4.1.9 RE-1 Rural Estate, 4.1.10 R-Residential, 4.1.11 R-1 Residential, 4.1.12 R-2 Residential, 4.1.13 M Multiple Family, 4.1.14 M-1 Multiple Family, 4.1.15 A Accommodations, 4.1.16 T Tourist, 4.1.17 B-Business, 4.1.18 C-Commercial, and 4.1.23 RFLB-Red Feather Lakes Business. 

 

Add the “Industrial Use” classification to each of these zoning districts as needed.

 

List “Oil and gas drilling and production” as a use by right “R” under these same zoning districts in the Zoning Table.

 

6.   “General Commercial” and “Outdoor Display and Sales”  uses were inadvertently left out of the Airport zoning district when the previous Zoning Resolution (red book) was translated to the new Land Use Code, adopted in 1999. 

 

Add the “General Commercial” use to the 4.1.21 AP-Airport zoning district as follows:

25. General commercial (S)

28. Outdoor display and sales (S)

 

Renumber the balance of the use section.

 

Include in the zoning table General Commercial and Outdoor display and sales as uses listed by Special Review “S” under the AP zoning district.

 

7.  Conflicting  language appears in Sections 10.2 and 10.15.  The following change is proposed to so that the sign code applies to government signs the same as other entities and government signs would no longer be exempt from the regulation.

 

8.  Modify Signs Section 10.2 and Section 10.15 as follows:

 

10.2. General sign regulations.

A. The regulations of this section 10.0 shall apply to all signs in all zoning districts including signs not requiring a sign permit, except for official government signs, address numerals, street name signs, and bus stop signs.

 

10.15. Definitions.

Government sign.  A sign erected and maintained by or on behalf of the United States, the state, or a county or city for the purpose of regulating traffic or for civic purposes. 

 

Staff findings are as follows:

 

1.   The proposed changes are consistent with the Master Plan and the intent and purpose of the Land Use Code.

2.   The proposed changes are necessary to correct an omission or error in the Land Use Code.

3.   The proposed amendments satisfy the above review criteria for changes to the text of the Land Use Code.

 

The Planning Staff recommends that the Larimer County Planning Commission recommend to the Board of County Commissioners approval of the proposed amendments, file #11-CA-0120 to the Larimer County Land Use Code.

 

Ms. Madson explained that proposed changes as outlined above.

 

There was no public comment on this item, and the Commissioners had no questions or comments regarding the changes. 

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve of the proposed amendments to the Larimer County Land Use Code, as outlined above.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

5.         OBERMEYER SMALL WIND FACILITY MINOR SPECIAL REVIEW, FILE $11-Z1867:   This is a Minor Special Review for a Small Wind Energy Facility consisting of three, 80-foot wind turbines.

 

The applicant seeks approval for a Minor Special Review to allow a Small Wind Energy Facility comprised of three used Micon 100Kw turbines.  The turbines will be located on free standing tubular towers with a hub height of 80-feet. The facility will be located on the 87-acre Obermeyer Hydro and residence property and is designed to supply power for onsite uses.  The Small Wind Facility will be connected to the Poudre Valley REA grid, with electrical connections installed underground.  The turbines are being repaired and remanufactured to meet as-new performance and reliability specifications. 

 

Several neighbors attended the Neighborhood Meeting held Nov. 1, 2011.  Some neighbors were opposed to the idea. The summary of neighbor concerns includes property values, safety (possibility of parts flying off), and potential bat kills. The summary of neighbor support includes green energy, windy location, energy independence, support for each other, freedom, good for local economy, and the future.

 

            The following Larimer County referrals have stated they have no objections to this proposal:

·  Larimer County Engineering Department

·  Larimer County Department of Health and Environment

·  Larimer County Code Compliance

·  Larimer County Building Department

 

It is the assessment of the Development Services Team that this request can meet the standards and criteria for approval, provided the applicant complies with the requirements for a Small Wind Energy Facility and satisfies the recommended conditions for approval listed below.

 

The Development Services Team findings are as follows: 

 

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

B.   Outside a GMA district, 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 property in the vicinity;

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

F.    The applicant has demonstrated that this project can meet applicable additional criteria lists in Section 4.3.7.N. Small Wind Energy facility.

 

The Development Services Team recommends approval of the Obermeyer Small Wind Facility, file #11-Z1867, subject to the following conditions:

 

1.         The site shall be developed consistent with the approved plan and with the information contained in the Obermeyer Small Wind Facility, file #11-Z1867, 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 Obermeyer Small Wind Facility 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, 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 Minor Special Review approval.

 

4.    The owner is responsible for obtaining all required building permits for the wind generators, towers and appurtenant facilities.  All applicable fees, including permit fees, shall apply to this use.

 

5.    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.

 

6.    Noise emanating from the small wind energy facility must be in compliance with Larimer County Code Chapter 30 , Article V. Noise.

 

7.    Prior to construction of the proposed facility the applicant shall provide a final Decommissioning/Abandonment Agreement that indicates that the Small Wind Facility will be considered abandoned if the facility is unused for a period of 1 year. The planning director will determine if the facility has been abandoned. The planning director has the right to request documentation from the facility owner regarding usage. Upon abandonment, the facility owner has 90 days to dismantle the facility. If the facility is not removed within 90 days of abandonment, the county may pursue enforcement subject to the provisions of section 21, Enforcement. If the facility is removed, county approval of the facility is null and void.

 

Ms. Madson explained the application as outlined above, and explained that most of the neighbor objections have to do with property values, visual impacts, and noise generation. 

 

Henry Obermeyer explained that he has the opportunity to generate a substantial amount of electricity to run his site and has chosen a type of wind turbine that is allowed per the Larimer County Land Use Code.  He then showed a video clip to demonstrate how quiet the wind turbines are. 

 

Chair Gaiter opened up the hearing for public comment and the following individuals addressed the Board in opposition to this application:  Mr. Rohrboeker, Kasey Chase, and Tammy Caldwell.  All of their objections concerned a possible reduction with property values, visual impacts, and noise generation. 

 

Dean Solomon addressed the Board in support of the application, stating that renewable energy is environmentally sound and should be supported.

 

Mr. Obermeyer restated his intent, noting that he is following the guidelines of the Larimer County Land Use Code, and he wants to execute his right to harness and utilize wind power for his facility. 

 

Under discussion, Commissioner Johnson stated that the wind turbines are visible by their very nature, but that he would support the proposal, as the county has a policy for small wind farms to encourage alternative energy and Mr. Obermeyer’s application meets the requirements.  Chair Gaiter and Commissioner Donnelly agreed.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Obermeyer Small Wind Facility, file #11-Z1867, subject to the conditions as outlined above.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

The hearing adjourned at 4:00 p.m.

 

 

 

__________________________________________

  LEW GAITER III, CHAIR

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

 

 

SCOTT DOYLE

CLERK AND RECORDER

 

ATTEST:

 

 

______________________________________

Gael M. Cookman, Deputy Clerk

 

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