Board of County Commissioners — Agenda for Tuesday, Dec. 14
AGENDABOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSREGULAR MEETING DAYDECEMBER 14, 2004* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *1.8:30 – 9:30WORK SESSION – ATTORNEYS UPDATEBOCC Conference RoomDiane Mauriello, County Attorney2.9:30 – 10:30WORK SESSION – WEEKLY UPDATEGarden Level ClassroomJack W. Ingstad, County Administrator10:30BREAK11:00ON THE RECORDEagle County RoomPLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE3.CONSENT AGENDAItems 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 Weeks of December 13, December 20 and December 27, 2004 (Subject to Review by the County Administrator)Mike Roeper, Finance DepartmentApproval of Payroll for December 22, 2004(Subject to Review by the County Administrator)Mike Roeper, Finance DepartmentC.Approval of the Minutes of the Eagle Board of County Commissioners Meeting For December 7, 2004Teak Simonton, County Clerk and RecorderD.Resolution Concerning an Appointment to the Cedar Hill Cemetery Association District Board of DirectorsCounty Attorneys Office RepresentativeResolution Concerning Two Appointments to the Eagle Valley Library District Board of TrusteesCounty Attorneys Office RepresentativeResolution Authorizing the Submission on an Application to and Execution of a Contract with the Colorado River Water Conservation District for Water Supply for the Airport Runway ExtensionCounty Attorneys Office RepresentativeG.Resolution Authorizing Signature and Grant Agreement with the Colorado Department of Transportation for Receiving LEAF Grant Funding for the Enforcement of Laws Pertaining to Driving Under the InfluenceCounty Attorneys Office RepresentativeH.Approval of Bi-Weekly Payroll Schedule for 2005Alicia Holder, FinanceI.Resolution for Order of Cancellation of Certain Uncollectible TaxesKaren Sheaffer, TreasurerJ.Change Order No. 1 between American Civil Constructors and Eagle County to Install Water and Sewer System Mains at Berry Creek for the Skatepark and Playground in Edwards, ColoradoMichael Circovik, Facilities ManagementK.Agreement between Eagle County and Aspen Center for Womens Health for Prenatal ServicesKathleen Forinash, Health & Human ServicesL.Agreement between Eagle County and EagleCare Medical Clinic for Prenatal ServicesKathleen Forinash, Health & Human ServicesM.Request to Carry Forward Early Head Start Program Governance FundsKathleen Forinash, Health & Human ServicesN.Training and Technical Assistance Plan for Early Head StartKathleen Forinash, Health & Human ServicesO.Agreement between Eagle County and the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment for Immunization ServicesKathleen Forinash, Health & Human ServicesP.Memorandum of Understanding between Eagle County and the Eagle County School District for Early Childhood Partners ProgramKathleen Forinash, Health & Human ServicesQ.Water Lease Agreement between Eagle County and J. Craig and M. Brunilda Butters, for Water Use from the Neilson South DitchHelen Migchelbrink, Facilities ManagementR.Water Lease Agreement between Eagle County and Bill and DeAnn Lammert for Water Use from the Neilson South DitchHelen Migchelbrink, Facilities ManagementS.Agreement for Recycling Services between County of Eagle, State of Colorado and Waste Management of Colorado, Inc.Ron Rasnic, LandfillT.Resolution Authorizing the Distribution of Monies From the School Land Dedication Fund to Eagle County School District RE-50JKaren Sheaffer, TreasurerU.Animal Services Veterinary ContractDeb Brown, Animal ServicesV.Revolving Loan Fund Policies KT Gazunis & Barbara PetersonHousingW.Land Lease between Eagle County and Frontier (Dollar) RentalChris Anderson, AirportX.Maintenance Agreement between ASMI and Eagle County AirportChris Anderson, AirportY.Software Maintenance Agreement between Gatekeeper Sytems, Inc. and Eagle County AirportChris Anderson, AirportZ.Resolution Authorizing Execution of Withdrawal Letter from Central Mountain Regional Emergency Medical and Trauma Advisory Council and Application to the Northwest Regional Medical and Trauma Advisory CouncilBarry Smith, Emergency Management4.Planning and Land Use Resolution Consent AgendaA Resolution Approving the Sketch Plan for the Edwards Design and Craft Center Planned Unit Development (Eagle County File No. PDS-00041). The Board considered this proposal on November 9th, 2004. 5.Minor Subdivision Plat SigningSMB-00345, Cordillera Subdivision, Filing No. 10, Tract T, A Resubdivision of Tract T A Minor Type B Subdivision, the purpose of which is to resubdivide Tract T, Filing 10, of the Cordillera Subdivision, creating three parcels, Tract T1, Tract T2 and Tract T3. SMB-00329, Sopris View Condominiums, Filing No. 1, Sopris View Apartments, Parcel 1. A Minor Type B Subdivision, the purpose of which is to condominiumize an existing apartment building into eight (8) units and appurtenant common elements.6.Resolution Establishing Public Meeting Days for the Eagle Board of County Commissioners for Fiscal Year 2005 and Establishing Days and Office Hours for County Offices to Transact County Business for Fiscal Year 2005 and Designating Legal Holidays for Fiscal Year 2005County Attorneys Office Representative7.Resolution Adopting a Fourth Supplemental Budget and Appropriation of Anticipated Revenues for Fiscal Year 2004 and Authorizing the Transfer of Budgeted and Appropriated Monies between Various Spending AgenciesMike Roeper, Finance 8.Eagle County Liquor License Authority Consent AgendaDon DuBois, Clerk & RecorderOther LiquorA.Red Tape Merchants Association9.Other10.Presentation of Donation Check to Eagle County and ECO Trails by the Sonnenalp of Vail FoundationNancy Knill, Sonnenalp of Vail Foundation12:00 – 1:30 Lunch11.1:30 2:00Public Hearing Set Mill Levy and Adopt 2005 BudgetEagle County RoomMike Roeper, FinanceVarious Department Directors12.2:00 5:00Planning FilesEagle County Room1.AFP-00204 Eagle Vail Commercial CenterExcel Energy SiteAdam Palmer, Community Development NOTE:Request to table indefinitelyACTION:Lots 6, 7 and 8, Block 1 of the Eagle Vail Commercial Center (formerly Excel Energy Site) are to be reconfigured such that Lot 7 will be subdivided and merged into lots 6 and 8 respectively, vacating previous internal lot lines to create two lots where currently three exist. LOCATION:Lot 6: 40847 US Highway 6 Lot 8: 40849 US Highway 62.AFP-00201 Lot 11, Block 1 Cordillera Subdivision Filing 17Adam Palmer, Community Development(10 Minutes)ACTION:To vacate 1665 sq. ft. of the platted building envelope towards the front of the lot and add 1667 sq. ft. of building envelope area toward the rear of the lot. The applicant is planning to extend the deck that is located off the northwest corner of the existing residence. LOCATION:0226 Peregrine Drive 3.SUF-00009 Vagneur Subdivision and Subdivision Improvements AgreementCliff Simonton, Community Development(10 Minutes)ACTION:A final plat creating five (5) lots and an access road (Glassier Lane) on 1.0 acres located at the southeast corner of Sopris Village Subdivision in the community of El Jebel. LOCATION:0215 Willits Lane, Basalt 4.PDA-00056 Adams Rib Frost Creek and Salt Creek PUDBob Narracci, Community Development(60) MinutesACTION:Amendment of the Adams Rib Frost Creek and Salt Creek Planned Unit Development to: (1) shift twenty-one (21) single-family home sites from the Salt Creek property to the Frost Creek property; (2) add sixteen (16) additional single-family home sites on the Frost Creek property; (3) allow an equestrian center on the Salt Creek property; and (4) include one existing home, located at 6902 Brush Creek Road, into the Planned Unit Development LOCATION:Both on the East and West sides of Brush Creek Road, approximately six (6) miles southeast from the Town of Eagle.5.1041-0057 Adams Rib Frost Creek and Salt Creek PUDBob Narracci, Community Development(30) MinutesACTION:To amend the 1041 permit originally approved for the Adams Rib Frost Creek and Salt Creek Planned Unit Development. This amendment is necessary to coincide with a companion Planned Unit Development amendment application to shift and increase density within the boundaries of the development.LOCATION:Both on the East and West sides of Brush Creek Road, approximately six (6) miles southeast from the Town of Eagle.6.LUR-0051 Amendment to the Floodplain Regulation and Building ResolutionJustin Hildreth, Engineering Department(60 Minutes)ACTION:To amend the Land Use Regulations to adopt new floodplain maps, move the floodplain regulations from Chapter 6 to Chapter 2 and make minor changes to the grading drainage regulations.EAGLE COUNTY JAIL INSPECTIONTHE NEXT MEETING OF THE EAGLE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL BE HELD ON JANUARY4, 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.PAGE PAGE 7
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