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MEETING MINUTES May 13, 2008
Members present: Susanne Cordery-Cotter, Andre Duval, Will Wade, Cordelia Stone, Paul Ressegune &Ed Ott.
Staff present: Jill Bennett
Chair – Susanne called the meeting to order @7:00 PM
Agenda was adopted as written.
Minutes were adopted with changes.
Committee Member Communications:
Sussanne – Went over the Brown Stone Quarry neighborhood meeting. The quarry would expand from 10 acres to 30. The neighbors that were at the meeting were all in favor of the expansion.
Paul – Requested that LAPAC members show up 15 minutes early to set up chairs at the Tapestry House.
The next regular meeting has been moved form June 17th to June 19th.
Larimer County Communications:
Jill – LAPAC was presented with a draft of the county’s proposed 1049 Regulation Code. Location & extent review process is needed. Water, sever and gas lines will be covered. Only large transmission lines are covered.
Andre made a motion to recommend approval of the 1049 Regulation code with the changes to follow.
Will second the motion.
Comments regarding Draft 1041 Regulation
The 1041 Regulation and designating power plants and electrical transmission lines is a good start but would like other items designated also. Do not want to expand the authority only after the “horse has left the barn.”
P. 2, 14.4
Add H. The board shall have the authority to add additional matters of state interest to apply to a specific project.
P. 8, 14.11.3
Add i. The facility must use the best currently available science to protect wildlife.