Daily Staff Report

AGENDABOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSREGULAR MEETING DAYFebruary 22, 2005* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *1. 8:15 8:45 Staff Meeting BOCC Conference Room2. 8:45 – 9:45 Work Session Attorney Update BOCC Conference Room Diane Mauriello, County Attorney3. 9:45 – 10:45 Work Session – Weekly Update Garden Level Classroom Jack W. Ingstad, County Administrator 11:15 On The RecordEagle County RoomPledge Of Allegiance4. Consent Agenda Items of a routine and non-controversial nature are placed on the consent agenda to allow the Board of County Commissioners to spend its time and energy on more important items on a lengthy agenda. Any Commissioner may request that an item be “REMOVED” from the consent agenda and considered separately. Any member of the public may “REQUEST” any item be “REMOVED” from the consent agenda. A. Approval of Bill Paying for the Week of February 21, 2005 (Subject to review by the County Administrator)Mike Roeper, Finance DepartmentB. Approval of the Minutes of the Eagle Board of County Commissioners Meeting for February 8 and February 15, 2005 Teak Simonton, County Clerk and Recorder C. Resolution Concerning Appointments to the Eagle County Regional Transportation Authority Harry Taylor, ECO TransitD. Master Contract between Eagle County and the Colorado Department of Local Affairs for the Community Service Block Grant Program (CSBG) Kathleen Forinash, Health & Human Services5. Planning and Land Use Resolution Consent Agenda Cliff Simonton, Community DevelopmentA Resolution to Approve an Amendment to the Mount Sopris Tree Farm Planned Unit Development (Eagle County File No. PDA-00055). The Board considered the Applicants request on February 8, 2005. 6. Minor Plat Signing Cliff Simonton, Community Development THERE ARE NO MINOR SUBDIVISION PLATS FOR THE BOARDS CONSIDERATION THIS WEEK7. Eagle County Liquor License Authority Consent AgendaDon DuBois, Clerk & RecorderA. Eagle Springs Golf ClubWolcott, ColoradoB. BalataEdwards, ColoradoC. Edwards LiquorsEdwards, Colorado Other Liquor A. Hyatt Corporation DBA Park Hyatt Beaver Creek B. Joys Bella Mia, Inc. DBA Bella Mia8. Resolution Regarding Recognition of Public Health Staff for Flu Prevention Efforts Kathleen Forinash, Health & Human Services9. Other 12:00 – 1:30 Lunch 10. 1:30 2:30 Work Session – Freedom Park Memorial Committee Garden Level Classroom Committee Representative / Shepherd Resources11. 2:30 3:30 Planning FilesEagle County Room 1. PDS-00043 Vines at VailJena Skinner-Markowitz, Planner, Community Development NOTE: Request to table to March 29, 2005 ACTION: To create a mixed use PUD on 39.0 acres in Wolcott including: a winery complete with tasting room; lodge/inn; community pavilion; educational spaces, commercial, retail and light industrial spaces (including but not limited to showrooms; appliance repair; restaurants; arts and crafts studios; warehouse; shop spaces; cottage industries; resort support services, etc.); conference facilities; both free market residential and employee housing; office; recreational and agricultural and landscape features. LOCATION: Accessed from Hwy 131; Wolcott, Section 15, Township 4S, Range 83 W2. PDA-00057 Edwards Medical Center Shaw Caring House Joseph Forinash, Planner, Community Development(60 Minutes) ACTION: To amend the PUD to allow the construction of a short-term residential facility for patients receiving cancer treatments at the Shaw Cancer Center and their care givers and to shift additional employee housing to a later phase. LOCATION: Edwards Medical Center PUD, 320-344 Beard Creek Road, Edwards THE NEXT MEETING OF THE EAGLE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL BE HELD ON MARCH 01, 2005ALL MEETINGS WILL BE HELD IN THE EAGLE COUNTY BUILDING – 500 BROADWAY, EAGLE- OR OTHERWISE NOTED.THIS AGENDA IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY – ALL TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE.THE BOARD WHILE IN SESSION MAY CONSIDER OTHER ITEMS THAT ARE BROUGHT BEFORE IT. SCHEDULED ITEMS WILL BE CONTINUED TO THE NEXT DAY IF THE BOARD IS UNABLE TO COMPLETE ITS AGENDA AS SCHEDULED.Vail Colorado

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