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Minutes 07/08/14 PUBLIC HEARING July 8, 2014 Present: Jill Ryan Chairman Sara Fisher Commissioner Kathy Chandler-Henry Commissioner Keith Montag County Manager Bryan Treu County Attorney Teak Simonton Clerk to the Board Kathy Scriver Deputy Clerk to the Board This being a scheduled Public Hearing,the following items were presented to the Board of County Commissioners for their consideration: EAGLE COUNTY PAYMENT REPORT Published under the direction of the Eagle County Board of County Commissioners JUNE 2014 Vendor Type Amount 1001 General Fund ACE EQUIPMENT&SUPPLY CO. Services 1,425.00 ADP Services 5,787.03 ADP SCREENING&SELECTION SERVICES Services 200.00 AIR COMPRESSOR SERVICE Services 464.60 ALPINE ARMS Supplies 257.76 ALPINE ARMS Supplies 2,599.51 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY Supplies 254.50 AMANDA ROSINSKI Services Reimbursement 198.00 AMICH&JENKS,INC Services 120.00 AMY SZCZESNY Services Reimbursement 151.20 APPLIED TRUST INC. Services 77.00 ARAMARK COMPANY Supplies 315.95 AT&T Services 2,077.86 AV-TECH ELECTRONICS INCORPORATED Services 3,482.64 AVON CENTER AT BEAVER CREEK I HOA Services 2,555.61 AVON COMMERCIAL OWNERS ASSOCIATION Services 1,910.99 B&J Trading,LLC Supplies 300.65 BALCOMB AND GREEN Services 759.10 BASALT HIGH SCHOOL Community Grants 1,000.00 BECKER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION Services 1,375.17 BEN GALLOWAY MD, Services 1,415.00 BERNIECE GUTIERREZ Services Reimbursement 148.96 BERTHOD MOTORS INC Services 2,125.60 BETH AYRES OLIVER Services Reimbursement 56.80 BETH DOBRANSKY Services Reimbursement 444.64 BEVERLY PADILLA Services 125.00 BORDEN DAIRY COMPANY Supplies 898.20 BRIDGESTONE AMERICAS,INC Supplies 41.00 BROWN BERARDINI AND DUNNING PC Civil Refunds 59.00 BROWNELLS INC Supplies 437.73 1 07/08/2014 BRYAN TREU Services Reimbursement 93.82 BRYAN TREU Services Reimbursement 34.27 C STAN HALVORSON Services 2,420.00 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Services 185.27 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 72.25 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 51.16 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 194.20 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 95.45 CARDIFF CORP. Services 952.00 CAROLINA SILVA Services 131.10 CASA OF THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE Community Grants 8,000.00 CASTLE PEAK VETERINARY SERVICE INC Services 104.93 CDW LLC Services 351.17 CDW LLC Supplies 1,306.34 CED CONSOLIDATED ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTORS Supplies 270.48 CENTENNIAL LEASING,INC. Capital 6,912.93 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 2,996.16 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 1,163.28 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 128.64 CENTURYLINK Services 1,548.28 CHARLES DEAN COOK Services 975.00 CHEMA TOX LABORATORY,INC Services 40.00 CHESTNUT RIDGE FOAM,INC Supplies 10,229.60 CHRISTINA HOOPER Services Reimbursement 93.82 CITADEL SECURITY&INVESTIGATIONS Services 11,993.75 CLAUDIA ALMARAZ Services 500.00 COLORADO ASSESSORS ASSOCIATION Services 121.00 COLORADO BAR ASSOCIATION Services 865.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIROMEN Services 1,204.00 COLORADO FOUNDATION FOR PUBLIC HEALTH&ENVIRONMENT Services 750.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE Services 456.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Services 1,389.59 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Services 3,178.23 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH INC Services 910.00 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH INC Services 1,425.00 COMMANDER Services 3,000.00 CONSERVE A WATT LIGHTING INC Supplies 170.00 CONSERVICE LLC Services 68.76 CONSERVICE LLC Services 70.19 CONSERVICE LLC Services 38.15 CONSERVICE LLC Services 50.12 CONSERVICE LLC Services 6.06 COPY PLUS Supplies 11.38 CORNERSTONE MASONRY Services 3,200.00 CORRECTIONAL HEALTHCARE COMPANIES,INC Services 22,715.49 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN Services 505.60 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 9,900.04 DALY PROPERTY SERVICES Services 942.14 DAN CORCORAN PLS Services 1,600.00 2 07/08/2014 Daniel Murray Services 2,500.00 DAVID A BAUER Civil Refunds 115.40 DEENA EZZELL Services Reimbursement 75.04 DEENA EZZELL Services Reimbursement 70.56 Diane Mauriello Services Reimbursement 93.82 DISTRICT ATTORNEYS Quarterly Contribution 378,531.82 DOCTORS ON CALL Services 100.00 DOUGLAS DREIER Services 615.00 E-470 PUBLIC HIGHWAY AUTHORITY Services 49.35 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT Supplies 37.00 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 126,135.80 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 598,240.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Services 100.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Services 49.76 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Services 174.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 1,494,720.16 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 19,738.80 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 376.27 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 548.65 EAGLE VALLEY LIBRARY DISTRICT Supplies 175.00 EAGLE VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER Services 147.00 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS Services 360.00 EDMONDS&RUSSELL,P.C. Civil Refunds 68.60 EDWARDS COMMUNITY AUTHORITY Services 119.12 EKTRON,INC Services 292.50 ELVA CASTRO RIVAS Services 750.00 ESCAL INSTITUTE OF ADVANCE TECHNOLOGIES Services 15,150.00 EVA HILDA DOMINGUEZ Services 650.00 EVANGELINA MUNOZ-RUIZ Services Reimbursement 96.32 EVANGELINA MUNOZ-RUIZ Services Reimbursement 110.00 EVERETT FAMILY FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY Services 305.00 EXECUCOM Supplies 6.30 FARRELL&SELDIN Civil Refunds 48.00 FEDERAL EXPRESS Services 8.38 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INCORPORATED Supplies 190.35 FERRELL GAS Services 420.85 FIRE SPRINKLER SERVICES Services 375.00 FRANCY LAW FIRM,PLLC Civil Refunds 13.80 FRANK BREGAR Services 185.00 FRANK BREGAR Services 1,400.00 FRANK J BALL Civil Refunds 16.00 G&S TOOL CLINIC,LLC Supplies 20.90 GARY PADILLA Services 375.00 GEMINI ASSOCIATES,INC,DBA GUARANTEED SUBPOENA SE Civil Refunds 4.00 GEOFF HEIL Services Reimbursement 16.46 GRAINGER INC Supplies 300.93 GRAN FARNUM PRINTING AND PUBLISHING Services 277.00 GRAN FARNUM PRINTING AND PUBLISHING Services 114.00 GRAN FARNUM PRINTING AND PUBLISHING Services 2,162.51 3 07/08/2014 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 74.17 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 953.40 GREAT AMERICAN FINANCIAL SERVICES CORPORATION Services 653.25 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 134,487.00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 15,389.51 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 8,949.24 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 25,571.51 GREATER EAGLE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT Community Grants 3,000.00 HEALTH TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS,INC Supplies 931.15 HEALTHSAFE INSPECTIONS,INC. Services 2,124.00 HEATHER MATHEWS Services Reimbursement 16.80 HECTOR ORDONEZ Services Reimbursement 831.87 HERITAGE TITLE COMPANY Services 0.08 HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS Services 14.57 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES INCORPORATED Supplies 592.55 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 22,547.55 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR,INC Services 10,706.72 INTEGRAL RECOVERLES,INC. Civil Refunds 15.00 INTERMOUNTAIN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES,INC. Services 198.00 IRENE FIGUEROA Services Reimbursement 16.80 JENNIE WAHRER Services Reimbursement 50.00 JENNY WOOD Services Reimbursement 57.01 JERRY CHENEY Services 1,912.50 JILL HUNSAKER RYAN Services Reimbursement 487.76 JOHN CASTILLO Services Reimbursement 15.52 JOHN LEWIS Services Reimbursement 100.00 JOHN LEWIS Services Reimbursement 61.60 JOHN LEWIS Supplies Reimbursement 26.94 JONATHAN SAMUEL KATZ Civil Refunds 80.00 KARA BETTIS CORONER Services Reimbursement 80.48 KARA BETTIS CORONER Services Reimbursement 57.68 KATHERINE C.HANSEN Services 74.00 KATHLEEN M.BRENDZA Services 1,960.00 KEVIN CASSIDY Services Reimbursement 157.84 KRW CONSULTING Services 1,296.00 LAW OFFICE OF THOMAS F MCDOW Civil Refunds 19.00 LEONOR MARTINEZ Services 500.00 LEWAN AND ASSOCIATES INC Services 8,000.00 LEXISNEXIS RISK DATA MANAGEMENT,INC Services 4.55 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Services 8,235.85 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 4,051.76 LINDA MCCAY Supplies 77.00 LISA VASQUEZ Services Reimbursement 143.75 LOOMIS ARMORED US,LLC Services 541.95 LUTHER REED DUETT Civil Refunds 22.00 MACHOL AND JOHANNES Civil Refunds 52.20 MAGGIE SWONGER Services Reimbursement 49.28 MAGGIE SWONGER Services Reimbursement 339.92 MARIA RIOS Services Reimbursement 124.82 4 07/08/2014 MARK CHAPIN Services Reimbursement 145.60 MARKS PLUMBING PARTS Supplies 21.19 MATRIX SYSTEMS,INC Supplies 718.75 MATRIX SYSTEMS,INC Supplies 1,024.27 MEGAN BURCH Services Reimbursement 50.00 MELINA VALSECIA-MONREAL Services Reimbursement 170.37 MICHELLE DIBOS Services 183.68 MICHELLE DIBOS Services 5.60 MICRO PLASTICS INC Supplies 150.29 MICRO PLASTICS INC Supplies 39.07 MID VALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT Services 372.30 MID VALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT Services 65.23 MOUNTAIN PEST CONTROL,INC. Services 1,620.00 MOUNTAIN TOP VENTURES,INC. Services 168.88 MOUNTAIN TOP VENTURES,INC. Services 3,148.80 MOUNTAIN TOP VENTURES,INC. Supplies 278.00 MTN MESA SPORT INC Supplies 826.81 MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 275.85 NARDA REIGEL Services 2,717.00 NATHAN GRENGS Civil Refunds 50.00 NATIONAL ANIMAL CONTROL ASSOCIATION Services 525.00 National Fire Sprinkler Association Inc. Services 85.00 NICOLETTI-FLATER ASSOCIATES,PLLP Services 1,500.00 NOLA NICHOLSON Services Reimbursement 250.88 NORTHERN COLORADO WATER CONSERVANCY DISTRICT Services 1,000.00 NORTHWEST COLORADO COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS Services 20.00 NORTHWEST LOAN FUND Capital 46,400.00 OCCUSCREEN,LLC Services 337.12 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 72.60 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 2,297.78 OG PRINTER INC Services 255.18 ONTIVEROS,LUPE Services Reimbursement 108.66 OSM DELIVERY LLC Services 352.44 OVERLOOK TOWNHOME ASSOCIATION,INC Civil Refunds 3.00 PAINT BUCKET Supplies 1,809.06 PAPER WISE Services 697.00 PATRICIA HAMMON, Services 1,000.00 PATRICIA HAMMON, Services 458.48 PEAK PERFORMANCE COPIER&SUPPLY,INC Services 46.81 PECKHAM&MCKENNEY Services 14,467.55 PIONEER PRODUCTS,INC Supplies 653.68 PITNEY BOWES Services 810.00 PORTABLE COMPUTER SYSTEMS Supplies 35,356.00 PRECINCT POLICE PRODUCTS Supplies 3,248.67 PROFORMA H2R MARKETING GROUP Services 60.00 PROFORMA H2R MARKETING GROUP Services 30.00 PROFORMA H2R MARKETING GROUP Supplies 37.46 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 22.43 QUALYS,INC Services 2,399.75 5 07/08/2014 RAYMOND JONES Supplies 1,105.50 RAZORS EDGE INCORPORATED Services 708.00 REGALIA MANUFACTURING COMPANY Supplies 400.05 REGINA O'BRIEN Services Reimbursement 36.96 RELIAS LEARNING,LLC Services 3,596.77 REYNA MEDRANO Services Reimbursement 28.00 ROBERT ALLEN GENTRY Services 1,220.00 ROBINSON TEXTILES Supplies 1,561.25 ROCKY MOUNTAIN ELEVATOR Services 2,900.00 ROD'S PAINTING,INC. Services 1,650.00 RONALD C.BRAATZ Services 540.00 RONALD R AHO Collateral Refund 127.05 RR DONNELLEY CO Services 252.91 RUGGS BENEDICK,INC. Services 130.00 RYAN T.KANE Services Reimbursement 50.00 SAMARITAN CENTER OF THE ROCKIES Services 210.00 SAMARITAN CENTER OF THE ROCKIES Community Grants 500.00 SCOTT LINGLE Services Reimbursement 445.90 SCRYPT,INC. Services 18.00 SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION Supplies 3,942.83 SOLARWINDS,INC Services 1,800.00 SOURCE GAS Services 6,167.15 SPRINT COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY,LP Services 46.34 STAPLES ADVANTAGE Supplies 135.76 STATE OF COLORADO Services 15.00 STATE OF COLORADO Services 1,586.70 STATE OF COLORADO Services 472.56 STATEWIDE INTERNET PORTAL AUTHORITY Services 41,230.00 STEAMMASTER Services 1,128.75 STENGER&STENGER,PC Civil Refunds 62.20 STEPHEN M.CARVER SR. Services 225.00 TAFT ENGINEERING,INC. Supplies 117.15 TEAK SIMONTON Services Reimbursement 9,002.80 TEAK SIMONTON Services Reimbursement 425.59 THE ARTWORKS Services 433.33 THE FOUNDATION OF TRUSTEES FOR FAMILY LEARNING CEN Services 16,811.51 The Home Depot,Inc. Supplies 36.81 THE MASTER'S TOUCH,LLC Services 258.33 THE OLD GYPSUM PRINTER,INC Services 1,175.00 THOMPSON WEST GROUP Services 2,184.94 THYCOTIC SOFTWARE LTD Services 3,896.68 TOWN OF EAGLE Services 4,532.00 TOWN OF EAGLE Services 5,511.94 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 127.89 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 189.77 TOWN OF REDCLIFF Community Grants 1,000.00 TRANE COMPANY Services 1,267.00 TRANSUNION RISK AND ALTERNATIVE DATA SOLUTIONS,INC Services 7.00 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES,INC Services 46,715.56 6 07/08/2014 TYSON T IVIE Services 625.00 TYSON T IVIE Services 360.97 ULTRAMAX Supplies 1,266.00 UNDERGROUND VAULTS AND STORAGE INC Services 32.05 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE Services 21.16 UNITED REPROGRAPHIC Services 90.00 UNITED REPROGRAPHIC Supplies 226.58 US FOOD SERVICE INCORPORATED Supplies 5,444.31 VAIL BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE Services 1,575.00 VAIL ELECTRONICS,INC. Services 382.50 VAIL HONEYWAGON LTD Services 49.78 VAIL MULTI-LIST SERVICES INC Services 482.00 VAIL VALLEY FIRE SPRINKLER CORP Collateral Refund 59.73 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 253.84 VALUE WEST,INC Services 7,300.00 VAN DIEST SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 1,996.65 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 7,284.82 VINCI LAW OFFICE Civil Refunds 38.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 70.88 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 11,272.52 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 881.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 263.37 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 3,277.72 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 474.82 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 2,542.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,243.17 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 3,445.94 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 109.90 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 795.77 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 8.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 251.03 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 2,840.09 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 16,608.37 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 63.66 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 680.40 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 135.71 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 469.82 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 362.94 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 2,386.46 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 42.21 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 197.55 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 138.00 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 4,395.60 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 8,843.45 Wakefield&Associates,Inc. Civil Refunds 57.00 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED Services 5,604.60 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED Services 72.30 WELLS FARGO BANK Services 100.00 WELLS FARGO BANK,N.A. Services 475.00 7 07/08/2014 WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL LEASING Capital 733.96 WENTWORTH,GLENDA Supplies Reimbursement 13.74 WESLEY E HAUPTMAN,ATTORNEY AT LAW Civil Refunds 12.60 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 114.50 WILLITS GENERAL STORE Services 12.00 WOODS,RITA Services Reimbursement 219.52 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 160.46 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 108.84 WYN T TAYLOR Civil Refunds 48.20 XCEL ENERGY Services 94.50 XENTRY SYSTEMS INTEGRATION LLC Supplies 287.33 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 364.01 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 4,975.20 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE Supplies 684.86 ZEP SALES&SERVICE Supplies 453.64 1001 General Fund Total 3,432,770.43 1100 Road and Bridge Fund A MEMORABLE FEAST BY YOUR PERSONAL CHEF,INC Supplies 792.00 AMEC ENVIRONMENT&INFRASTRUCTURE,INC Capital 31,702.94 BARRY MONROE Return of Collateral 250.00 CARDIFF CORP. Services 225.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Services 490.00 CRAWFORD PROPERTIES LLC Services 1,125.45 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 346.37 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 186,238.66 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 41,385.98 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 75.64 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 325.85 GMCO CORPORATION Supplies 67,200.76 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 417.56 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 75.00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 10,779.28 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 145.30 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 125.00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 3,602.78 GROUND ENGINEERING CONSULTING INC Supplies 4,330.00 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 2,064.05 INTERMOUNTAIN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES,INC. Services 70.00 INTERMOUNTAIN SWEEPER CO Services 104.94 INTERWEST SAFETY SUPPLY Supplies 2,538.90 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 426.16 MID VALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT Services 141.53 PAPER WISE Services 21.00 PARAMOUNT APPAREL INT'L,INC Supplies 418.41 PITKIN COUNTY Services 35,371.33 PST ENTERPRISES INC Services 26.98 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 7.49 Road Safe Traffic Systems Supplies 12,432.50 8 07/08/2014 ROCKY MOUNTAIN CUSTOM LANDSCAPES&ASSOCIATES,INC Collateral Refund 100.00 SCHMUESER GORDON MEYER INC Capital 7,203.46 SCHMUESER GORDON MEYER INC Capital 3,856.59 SOURCE GAS Services 268.00 STAPLES ADVANTAGE Supplies 49.55 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 200.98 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 194.73 UNITED RENTALS Services 3,519.90 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 688.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 144.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 458.15 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 19.95 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED Services 148.92 WILLIAM C STITT Collateral Refund 2,000.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Services 733.89 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 202.53 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 48.01 XCEL ENERGY Services 114.10 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 89.88 YAMPA VALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION Services 94.97 1100 Road and Bridge Fund Total 423,392.47 1110 Social Services Fund ABBETT PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING&CONSULTATION SVC Services 1,712.40 ALISON D CASIAS Services 12,600.00 ANDREA LARKIN Services Reimbursement 1,174.88 BI INC Services 135.00 BLUE LAKE PRESCHOOL Services 2,700.00 CALL-EM-ALL,LLC Services 300.00 CARLY CHEATHAM Services Reimbursement 196.00 Carrie Shepard Services Reimbursement 32.27 CLETO CALDERON SOLORZANO Services 125.78 COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE Services 288.60 DARIELY AVILA Services 82.87 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 55,906.83 EAGLE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Services 1,998.20 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 75,528.55 EAGLE VALLEY CHILD CARE ASSOCIATION Services 8,068.96 El MONTANES, LLC Services 580.00 FYS SERVICES,INC Services 6,225.65 FYS SERVICES,INC Services 913.40 GLOBALSTAR USA Services 84.94 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 17,860.50 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,164.60 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 2,528.83 Growing Years School Services 853.10 ISABEL SANCHEZ Services Reimbursement 17.28 JEANETTE LOPEZ Services Reimbursement 27.00 JENNIE QUEVEDO Services Reimbursement 14.56 9 07/08/2014 JESSICA WACLAWSKI Services 72.24 JESSICA WACLAWSKI Services 348.04 JOANNE M.ROCK Services 31.23 KARL SCHICKEL Services 2,749.40 • KENDRA SCHLEFF Services 79.92 KENDRA SCHLEFF Services 114.24 KENDRA SCHLEFF Services 152.32 KIMBERLY CHOMA Services 135.80 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES,INC Services 166.22 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES,INC Services 108.17 LARA HEATHER LAWDERMILK Services Reimbursement 22.40 LEXISNEXIS RISK DATA MANAGEMENT,INC Services 65.30 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 519.62 Lourdes Becerra Services Reimbursement 156.80 LYONS,KATHLEEN Services Reimbursement 219.80 LYONS,KATHLEEN Services Reimbursement 69.72 LYONS,KATHLEEN Supplies Reimbursement 58.63 MARICELA PINELA Services Reimbursement 11.76 MARICELA PINELA Services Reimbursement 60.48 MEGAN BURCH Services Reimbursement 11.20 MEGAN BURCH Services Reimbursement 5.60 MEGAN BURCH Services Reimbursement 136.64 MELINDA DOW Services Reimbursement 313.99 MELINDA DOW Services Reimbursement 30.10 MELINDA DOW Services Reimbursement 46.25 MELISSA BARBOUR Services Reimbursement 176.96 MICHELLE DIBOS Services 24.64 MICHELLE DIBOS Services 24.64 NORMA AVILA Services Reimbursement 571.20 NORMA AVILA Services Reimbursement 100.80 NRC BROADCASTING INCORPORATED Services 600.00 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 84.51 OG PRINTER INC Services 124.50 PAC4,INC. Services 40.00 PITKIN COUNTY Services 48,690.98 POOH CORNER PRESCHOOL INC Services 4,641.44 PROFORMA H2R MARKETING GROUP Services 30.00 ROSA REA Services Reimbursement 45.30 SAMARITAN CENTER OF THE ROCKIES Services 270.00 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION Overpayment Refund 4,293.00 SONIA ACOSTA Services Reimbursement 80.75 THE EARLY LEARNING CENTER Services 3,200.00 THE FOUNDATION OF TRUSTEES FOR FAMILY LEARNING CEN Services 8,236.40 THE OLD GYPSUM PRINTER,INC Services 569.04 THE PROPHET CORP. Services 338.01 TOUCANED INC. Services 80.85 TRACIE SMITH Services Reimbursement 1,170.52 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 1,530.37 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,470.32 10 07/08/2014 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 13.70 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 260.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 185.70 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 23.06 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 82.19 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 524.31 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 26.45 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 527.14 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 495.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 62.33 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 59.85 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 288.00 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 2,354.50 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 1,671.70 WESTERN EAGLE COUNTY METROPOLITIAN RECREATION DIST Services 300.00 WHIMSPIRE Services 1,080.00 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 57.83 YOLANDA M.THIERFELDER Services Reimbursement 156.24 YOLANDA M.THIERFELDER Services Reimbursement 262.08 1110 Social Services Fund Total 281,630.38 1151 Sales Tax E.V.Transp. A MEMORABLE FEAST BY YOUR PERSONAL CHEF,INC Services 312.50 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY Supplies 3.98 ARTHUR J.GALLAGHER RISK MANAGEMENT SERVICES INC Supplies 100.00 AT&T Services 680.24 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 72.53 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 17.97 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 98.69 CENTURYLINK Services 351.29 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 496.00 COMPLIANCE ALLIANCE INC Services 465.00 CONNECT ONE DESIGN LLC Services 2,996.64 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 362.48 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 227,391.39 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 93,768.30 EAGLE EMBROIDERY Supplies 111.48 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 19,405.76 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,175.76 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 37.52 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 3,769.60 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 1,836.66 KELLEY S.COLLIER Services Reimbursement 339.36 KSKE NRC BROADCASTING Services 542.00 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 825.12 LOOMIS ARMORED US,LLC Services 117.52 NEXTEL Services 1,467.73 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 126.55 PARKVILLE WATER DISTRICT Services 63.25 11 07/08/2014 SAMBA HOLDINGS,INC. Services 121.09 SOURCE GAS Services 203.48 TOWN OF AVON Services 39.86 TOWN OF AVON Supplies 6,081.18 TOWN OF AVON Services 12,074.75 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 219.25 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 212.43 TRI COUNTY FIRE PROTECTION INC Services 2,376.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,502.71 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 12.61 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 997.98 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 984.56 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 15.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 246.89 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 67.74 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 21.99 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,050.00 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 146.00 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED Services 162.46 XCEL ENERGY Services 480.85 1151 Sales Tax E.V.Transp.Total 383,952.15 1152 Sales Tax E.V.Trails ALPINE ENGINEERING INC Capital 7,597.50 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY Capital 49.32 BOBCAT OF THE ROCKIES LLC Supplies 234.40 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 958.92 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 5,162.37 GARY THORNTON Services Reimbursement 120.96 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 141.12 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Capital 1,198.25 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,120.52 IMPACT GRAPHICS AND SIGNS Capital 878.70 UNITED RENTALS Capital 2,211.88 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 136.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 1,171.36 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 110.46 VISA CARD SERVICES Capital 159.30 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 404.35 1152 Sales Tax E.V.Trails Total 21,655.41 1155 Transportation Capital CLEVER DEVICES,LTD Services 21,148.92 VF MANAGEMENT LTD Capital 24,500.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Capital 339.44 1155 Transportation Capital Total 45,988.36 1160 Airport Fund 12 07/08/2014 AARON GONZALES Supplies 50.00 , ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY Supplies 25.96 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF AIRPORT EXECUTIVES Services 800.00 AMERICAN LINEN Services 117.02 AON AVIATION Services 13,478.00 B.W.CRANES,LLC Services 300.00 BERTHOD MOTORS INC Supplies 964.94 BLUEGLOBES,LLC Supplies 527.28 BUREAU OF RECLAMATION Services 938.00 CAMPBELL-HILL AVIATION GROUP,LLC Services 15,030.68 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 62.51 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Services 29.98 CED CONSOLIDATED ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTORS Supplies 1,369.19 CENTURYLINK Services 3,112.94 CH2M HILL,INC. Capital 2,000.00 CHRISTINA ANNE COCKREAM Services 1,000.00 CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER Services 4,050.00 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 12,133.99 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 1,167.68 COLORADO AIRPORT OPERATORS ASSOCIATION Services 400.00 COPY PLUS Services 428.11 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 1,824.00 DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY Services 32,651.02 DISH NETWORK Services 79.99 DJENSEN ELECTRIC INCORPORATED Supplies 859.38 EAGLE COUNTY AIR TERMINAL Services 45,311.00 EAGLE COUNTY AIR TERMINAL Services 44,310.76 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 70,856.78 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 54,424.14 EAGLE VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER Services 588.00 ERIC ROSENQUIST Refund 50.00 G&S TOOL CLINIC,LLC Supplies 31.36 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 12,162.14 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 294.71 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 3,541.82 GREG PHILLIPS Services Reimbursement 852.20 HENSLEY BATTERY LLC Supplies 1,237.52 HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS Services 18.39 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 4,161.46 KAPLAN KIRSCH&ROCKWELL,LLP Services 375.00 KEVIN PFEIFFER Services 1,000.00 LAMINATION SERVICE INC Supplies 3,515.50 LAWSON PRODUCTS,INC Supplies 274.93 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 242.90 MENENDEZ ARCHITECTS PC Services 893.75 MILTON SOUZA Services 1,000.00 NOBLE WELDING AND FABRICATION Supplies 2,364.80 O J WATSON COMPANY INCORPORATED Supplies 84.36 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 150.34 13 07/08/2014 OLDCASTLE SW GROUP,INC Supplies 3,300.00 PAINT BUCKET Supplies 78.82 PATRICK JOHNSON Services 220.85 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 406.19 ROBERT BARON Services 30.00 RUSTY S.GURULE Services 1,000.00 SayNoMore!PROMOTIONS Services 576.44 SOURCE GAS Services 584.41 SPOHNHEIMER CONSULTING AIRSPACE SYSTEMS,LLC Services 2,392.50 STAPLES ADVANTAGE Supplies 72.54 STATE OF COLORADO Services 40.00 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 437.10 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 5,705.53 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 162.01 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 12.74 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 21.66 VISA CARD SERVICES Community Grants 100.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 549.44 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 89.00 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 1,366.67 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 216.98 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 109.80 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Services 45.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 212.65 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 679.39 1160 Airport Fund Total 359,552.25 1170 Conservation Trust Fund SIGNATURE SYSTEMS GROUP,LLC Capital 96,303.65 VISA CARD SERVICES Capital 1,190.26 WESTERN EAGLE COUNTY METROPOLITIAN RECREATION DIST Services 3,962.50 1170 Conservation Trust Fund Total 101,456.41 1180 800 MHZ Fund ANRITSU COMPANY Services 1,395.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Services 16.91 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 3,161.07 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 2,823.08 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 675.12 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 40.92 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 26.00 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 587.05 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 3.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 461.77 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 714.93 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 89.88 1180 800 MHZ Fund Total 9,994.73 14 07/08/2014 1209 Public Health Fund ALEJANDRO M.MONREAL Services 450.00 ALISON CHRISTOPHER Services Reimbursement 47.04 ALISON CHRISTOPHER Services Reimbursement 22.40 ALISON CHRISTOPHER Services Reimbursement 82.32 AMANDA L.VISOSKY Services 444.08 ANN LOPER Services 144.00 ANNA POLICASTRI Services Reimbursement 80.00 BEVERLEY ANN CHRISTIANSAN Services 69.60 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 45.15 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 1,777.55 CARLY RIETMANN Services Reimbursement 51.52 CARLY RIETMANN Services Reimbursement 18.93 CAROLE ANN MCNEILL Services 48.40 CDW LLC Services 180.91 CDW LLC Supplies 1,340.85 CECILIA HOLGUIN Services Reimbursement 70.56 CECILIA HOLGUIN Services Reimbursement 23.52 CHRISTI COUCH Services Reimbursement 360.00 CHRISTI COUCH Services Reimbursement 80.00 CLINTON MEHL Services 32.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIROMEN Services 500.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIROMEN Services . 449.50 COLORADO FOUNDATION FOR PUBLIC HEALTH&ENVIRONMENT Services 750.00 . COLORADO FOUNDATION FOR PUBLIC HEALTH&ENVIRONMENT Services 750.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN EXPRESS Supplies 216.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN MEDICAL Services 1,000.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Services 420.00 COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES,INC Services 3,380.00 CONSORTIUM FOR OLDER ADULT WELLNESS Services 3,300.00 COOL RADIO LLC(KSNO/KZYR/KBCR) Services 2,000.00 DAVID E.MOTT Services 80.00 DEBORAH YOUNG Services Reimbursement 101.36 DEBORAH YOUNG Supplies Reimbursement 16.99 DIANA JOHNSON Services 56.00 DONALD J LAUGHLIN Services Reimbursement 80.00 E-470 PUBLIC HIGHWAY AUTHORITY Services 12.20 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT Supplies 1,498.64 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 40,641.92 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 55,887.32 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS Services 262.50 El MONTANES, LLC Services 608.00 ESTHER MEHL Services 80.00 GILMA GARCIA Services Reimbursement 58.80 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 12,269.42 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 480.24 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 257.70 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,304.84 HEATHER GILMARTIN Services Reimbursement 72.24 15 07/08/2014 HEATHER GILMARTIN Services Reimbursement 22.40 HEINRICH MARKETING,INC. Services 2,424.41 HENRY SCHEIN Supplies 288.52 HERTA VON OHLSEN Services 32.00 HOPKINS MEDICAL PRODUCTS Supplies 160.85 JANET BEALS Services 10.80 JENNIE WAHRER Services Reimbursement 49.28 JENNIE WAHRER Services Reimbursement 19.04 JENNIFER LUDWIG Services Reimbursement 263.59 JENNIFER LUDWIG Supplies Reimbursement 49.65 JERRY CHICOINE Services 80.00 Jill Cleghorn Services 83.40 JOAN BERGER Services 4.80 JOHN CASTILLO Services Reimbursement 8.00 JOHNNETTE PHILLIPS Services 94.00 KAREN KOENEMANN Services Reimbursement 65.89 KATHLEEN HEICHER Services 80.00 KATIE HAAS Services Reimbursement 60.82 KAY WILHELM Services 40.80 KRISTIN ALYSE ARKIN Services 61.38 KRISTIN ALYSE ARKIN Services 154.56 LAURIE TRUJILLO Services 17.75 LEEANNA SALAZAR Services 220.00 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 221.16 LINDA CARR Services 11.20 LINDA SNEATH Services 56.00 LINDA SWANSON Services 45.60 LUZ AVILA Services 95.20 MADELINE MOOS Services 89.32 MARION F LAUGHLIN Services 80.00 MARLENE MCCAFFERTY Services 95.60 MCCAULLEY,REBECCA T Services 12.99 MCCAULLEY,REBECCA T Services 147.73 MELINA VALSECIA-MONREAL Services Reimbursement 47.04 MERCK ATL Supplies 649.13 METROPOLITAN PATHOLOGIST PC Services 462.00 MICHAEL W.PITMAN Services 92.00 MICHEL'S BAKERY Supplies 74.70 NANCY MULLER Services 3.60 Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics,Inc. Supplies 1,036.51 NRC BROADCASTING MOUNTAIN GROUP,LLC Services 160.00 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 36.07 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 27.56 ONTIVEROS,LUPE Services Reimbursement 55.98 OSM DELIVERY LLC Services 181.56 OUTDOOR PROMOTIONS LLC Services 1,752.00 PAT NOLAN Services Reimbursement 58.24 PAT NOLAN Services Reimbursement 71.68 PAULA A PALMATEER Services 132.40 16 07/08/2014 Priority Healthcare Distribution Inc. Supplies 2,548.00 PROFORMA H2R MARKETING GROUP Services 50.00 RACHAEL MESSERICH Services Reimbursement 2,357.11 ROSEANNE B.CASSIDY Services 64.80 SANOFI PASTEUR INC. Supplies 34.95 SANOFI PASTEUR INC. Supplies 1,524.79 SayNoMore!PROMOTIONS Services 694.95 SayNoMore!PROMOTIONS Supplies 772.53 SEACOAST MEDICAL,LLC Supplies 216.00 SJS PARTNERSHIP Services 362.73 STEPHANIE GLENWRIGHT Services 45.20 STERICYCLE INC Services 440.93 STREET MEDIA GROUP Services 12,750.00 SUSAN MOTT Services 80.00 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER Supplies 141.82 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER Supplies 558.73 TENIE CHICOINE Services 80.00 THERESA CAREY Services Reimbursement 108.64 THERESA CAREY Services Reimbursement 27.44 THERESA CAREY Services Reimbursement 23.52 THERESA CAREY Supplies Reimbursement 2.48 TIGA Advertising,Inc. Services 3,550.00 TONI BERNS Services 80.00 TOTAL ACCESS GROUP INC Supplies 196.65 VANESA DOTY Services Reimbursement 43.68 VENTURONI SURVEYS&RESEARCH,INC. Services 1,700.00 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 738.28 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 2,276.40 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 5.60 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 661.08 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 70.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 122.58 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 421.59 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 6.13 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 2,468.66 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 2,839.49 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 344.04 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 23.52 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 414.17 WILLIAM LOPER Services 62.40 YVONNE AMMON Services 160.00 1209 Public Health Fund Total • 180,958.60 1401 Housing Operations Fund EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 36,489.94 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 25,739.90 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 6,071.50 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 883.18 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 201.20 17 07/08/2014 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 73.21 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 556.42 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 801.59 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 159.33 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 630.26 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 930.08 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 576.90 1401 Housing Operations Fund Total 73,113.51 1442 Open Space Fund AGATE DOG INC Services 65.00 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 91.76 CARDIFF CORP. Services 525.00 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 47,018.38 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 100,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 6,333.40 GARY TENNENBAUM Services 123.20 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,484.44 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,424.12 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 41.92 KEVIN A.CHANDLER Capital 7,000.00 TOBY SPRUNK Services Reimbursement 89.60 TOBY SPRUNK Supplies Reimbursement 20.60 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 73.23 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 177.64 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 63.63 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 25.81 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 23.44 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 35.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 107.84 YAMPA VALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION Services 65.47 1442 Open Space Fund Total 164,789.48 2150 Capital Improvements Fund CED CONSOLIDATED ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTORS Supplies 47.90 CLEAN DESIGNS Capital 11,884.33 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIROMEN Capital 75.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Capital 210.00 CRAIG L REIGEL Supplies 7,072.50 MENENDEZ ARCHITECTS PC Capital 2,693.25 MOUNTAIN PEDALER Supplies 135.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 574.45 2150 Capital Improvements Fund Total 22,692.43 3600 Landfill Fund AMERICAN SCALE SERVICES AND SUPPLY,CO. Services 683.00 BLACKFORD WEIGHING SYSTEM Services 795.10 BLUE TARP FINANCIAL,INC. Supplies 139.99 18 07/08/2014 CED CONSOLIDATED ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTORS Supplies 54.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Services 210.00 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 705.14 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 74,428.17 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 21,383.12 EAGLE VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER Services 147.00 E-WASTE RECYCLERS OF COLORADO Services 1,320.29 FIRE SPRINKLER SERVICES Services 1,017.00 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 2,361.96 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 5,360.06 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 382.61 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 2,092.22 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 3,149.16 JEREMY ALDRICH Services Reimbursement 219.93 KELLY BERRY Services Reimbursement 132.16 KRW CONSULTING Services 6,661.48 KRW CONSULTING Capital 4,042.95 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 241.86 MOUNTAIN ROLL OFF'S,INC. Services 12,420.00 MOUNTAIN PEST CONTROL,INC. Services 75.00 NORTHERN SAFETY COMPANY INCORPORATED Supplies 307.29 STAPLES ADVANTAGE Supplies 83.99 TOWN OF VAIL Services 2,090.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 287.59 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 382.62 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 101.70 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 1,375.08 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 391.41 YUCK TRUCK SEPTIC PUMPING,INC Services 620.00 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE Supplies 296.65 3600 Landfill Fund Total 143,958.53 3700 Motor Pool Fund A AND E TIRE INC Supplies 1,938.60 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED Services 24.01 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED Supplies 239.46 AV-TECH ELECTRONICS INCORPORATED Supplies 1,760.70 AV-TECH ELECTRONICS INCORPORATED Capital 4,316.61 BRIDGESTONE AMERICAS,INC Supplies 400.00 BRIDGESTONE AMERICAS,INC Supplies 5,263.36 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 454.69 CLAIMS SERVICES GROUP INC Services 159.00 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 224.15 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 5,172.20 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 118,773.97 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN Supplies 292.00 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN Supplies 530.11 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 82.58 Delta Kits,Inc Supplies 41.26 19 07/08/2014 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies 970.93 EAGLE COUNTY MOTOR POOL Services 52.15 EAGLE COUNTY MOTOR POOL Supplies 5.04 EAGLE COUNTY MOTOR POOL Supplies 6.08 EAGLE COUNTY MOTOR POOL Supplies 28.20 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 33,197.31 EAGLE VALLEY GLASS AND MIRROR INC Services 120.00 EAGLE VALLEY GLASS AND MIRROR INC Supplies 77.27 EP BLAZER LLC Supplies 1,114.74 FARIS MACHINERY COMPANY Supplies 531.84 GILLIG LLC Supplies 3,800.32 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 7,841.70 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 0.20 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 10.00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,230.82 H,H&H AUTOMOTIVE PAINT INC Supplies 496.71 HENSLEY BATTERY LLC Supplies 2,867.48 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 3,061.10 HONNEN EQUIPMENT Supplies 96.13 INTERMOUNTAIN COACH LEASING INC. Supplies 155.21 LAWSON PRODUCTS,INC Supplies 1,102.66 LIGHTHOUSE INCORPORATED THE Supplies 26.43 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 141.60 MID WEST TRUCK PARTS&SERVICE Supplies 347.88 MOBILE VISION INC Capital 562.00 NEW PIG CORPORATION Supplies 1,197.78 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 121.03 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 49.21 POWER MOTIVE Supplies 477.41 POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Services 2,468.45 POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 2,181.74 PRO SHINE,LLC Services 1,081.94 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 166.28 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 114.52 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 3,510.63 RANCH AND HOME SUPPLY,LLC Supplies 146.66 SAFETY KLEEN Services 247.01 SIGNATURE SIGNS INC Supplies 165.00 SOURCE GAS Services 339.13 Stone Motors,Inc Capital 131,422.00 SUMMIT AUTO SERVICE,INC Services 490.00 SUMMIT AUTO SERVICE,INC Supplies 1,106.50 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 365.41 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 354.06 UNITED STATES WELDING Services 35.66 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 12.58 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 59.99 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 28.63 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 11.20 20 07/08/2014 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 8.40 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 195.00 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 676.27 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 1,594.81 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED Services 270.76 WEAR PARTS EQUIPMENT Supplies 1,417.75 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 133.30 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 51.75 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 144.79 3700 Motor Pool Fund Total 348,162.15 3730 Insurance Reserve Fund CTSI Services 1,131.00 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 3,569.34 3730 Insurance Reserve Fund Total 4,700.34 3790 Health Insurance Fund CNIC HEALTH SOLUTIONS Payroll 77,135.76 GILSBAR,INC. Payroll 918.00 GLOBAL AFFILIATES,INC Services 2,229.50 MARIA NIEVES Services Reimbursement 6.37 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 7,817.25 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 1,192.50 3790 Health Insurance Fund Total 89,29938 3900 911 Fund CENTURYLINK Services 30,149.18 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 3,590.75 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES,INC Services 909.63 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 3,937.84 3900 911 Fund Total 38 587.40 Consent Agenda Chairman Ryan stated the first item before the Board was the Consent Agenda as follows: 1. Approval of Bill Paying for the Week of July 7, 2014(Subject to Review by the Finance Director) John Lewis,Finance 2. Resolution 2014-052 Approving the Format for the 2014 Election Intergovernmental Agreement for Political Subdivisions and Authorizing the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners to Execute the Intergovernmental Agreements for Participation in the 2014 General November Mail Ballot Election Teak Simonton,Clerk and Recorder 3. License and Service Agreement between Eagle County and Anchor Point Group,LLC for No-HARM Data Output for Wildfire Risk Map Eric Lovgren,Wildfire Mitigation 21 07/08/2014 4. Resolution 2014-053 Appointing Referees for the 2014 County Board of Equalization Christina Hooper,Attorney's Office 5. Resolution 2014-054 Concerning Taxpayer Generated Petitions for Abatement and Refund of Taxes before the Eagle County Board of Commissioners Mark Chapin,Assessor 6. Agreement between Eagle County and Old Castle Group SW,Inc. for Paving at the Eagle County Regional Airport Greg Phillips,Airport 7. Colorado Division of Housing Grant Application for the Roaring Fork Valley Down Payment Assistance Program Tori Franks,Housing 8. Resolution 2014-055 Concerning Approval of Application and Delegation of Signatory Authority for Roaring Fork Down Payment Assistance Program Grant Tori Franks, Housing 9. Grant Amendment between Eagle County and the State of Colorado Department of Local Affairs for Community Service Block Grant Funds Sarah Luben,Human Services 10. Plat for Minor Type B Subdivision to Subdivide Second Floor of the D&G Condominiums in EagleVail (Eagle County File No. SMB-4874) Kris Valdez,Planning 11. Resolution Approving the Special Use Permit for Operation of a Dog Kennel on Salt Creek Ranch Lots 1 and 3 (Eagle County File No.ZS-4356) Kris Valdez,Planning 12. Resolution Approving a Zone District Amendment for the Salt Creek Ranch Lots 1 and 3 from Agricultural Residential on Lot 1 (AR) and Resource on Lot 3 (R)to Resource Limited Zoning(Eagle County File No. ZC-4354) Kris Valdez,Planning Chairman Ryan stated that items 11 and 12 would be pulled from the agenda and considered separately. Sarah Luben updated the board on the community service block grants. Bright Beginnings had been a big success story,but were now handled through external partnerships. They were moving to address the Federal objectives of education and emergency services. Eric Lovgren spoke to the board. There was Capital Improvements expenditure to purchase the National Hazard and Risk Assessment Mapping to supplement wildfire efforts countywide. Keith Montag, County Manager explained that the information would be shared with other partners throughout the region, including the towns. Commissioner Fisher moved to approve the Consent Agenda for July 8, 2014,consisting of items 1 — 10 as presented. Chairman Ryan indicated that item 8 did not need to be pulled. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Fisher stated that she was opposed to the zone change and special use permit. 22 07/08/2014 Resolution 2014-056 Approving the Special Use Permit for Operation of a Dog Kennel on Salt Creek Ranch Lots 1 and 3 (Eagle County File No.ZS-4356) Kris Valdez, Planning Commissioner Chandler—Henry moved to approve the Special Use Permit for Operation of a Dog Kennel on Salt Creek Ranch Lots 1 and 3 (Eagle County File No.ZS-4356) Chairman Ryan seconded the motion. The motion passed by a vote of two to one with Commissioner Fisher voting against. Resolution 2014-057 for the Approval of a Zone District Amendment for the Salt Creek Ranch Lots 1 and 3 from Agricultural Residential on Lot 1 (AR)and Resource on Lot 3 (R)to Resource Limited Zoning (Eagle County File No.ZC-4354) Kris Valdez,Planning Commissioner Chandler—Henry moved to approve Resolution approving the Zone District Amendment for the Salt Creek Ranch Lots 1 and 3 from Agricultural Residential on Lot 1 (AR)and Resource on Lot 3 (R)to Resource Limited Zoning(Eagle County File No.ZC-4354) Chairman Ryan seconded the motion.The motion passed by a vote of two to one with Commissioner Fisher voting against. Citizen Input Chairman Ryan opened and closed citizen Input, as there was none. Commissioner Fisher moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Board of County Commissioners and re- convene as the Eagle County Local Liquor Licensing Authority. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Eagle County Liquor License Authority Kathy Scriver, Clerk and Recorder's Office described the request. 13. Special Event Permit—Roaring Fork Conservancy APPLICANT: Roaring Fork Conservancy REQUEST: Special Events Permit EVENT: River Rendezvous DATE OF EVENT: Wednesday-July 9, 2014 REPRESENTATIVE: Christina Medved, Event Coordinator LOCATION: Dallenbach's Wooden Handle Ranch 2561 Frying Pan Road-Basalt DESCRIPTION: The applicant has requested a permit for their annual fundraiser being held at the Dallenback's Wooden Handle Ranch on July 9, 2014 from 4-11 pm. This is the 6th year the event will be held at this location. The event will be catered by Bravo Catering of Carbondale. Beer, wine and mixed drinks will be available. The applicant anticipates 300-350 attendees. 23 07/08/2014 STAFF FINDINGS: 1. The applicant has submitted all the required documents and associated fees. 2. Public notice was given by posting a sign in a conspicuous place on the premises on June 27, 2014, at least 10 days prior to the hearing. 3. No protests have been received in the Clerk's Office. 4. The applicant has provided an alcohol management plan,proof of server training and properly notified the Eagle County Sheriff's Department per the requirements of the Eagle County Local Licensing Authority. DISCUSSION: Ms. Scriver presented the request. It's an invitation only event. Christina Medved explained that their mission statement was to protect the Roaring Fork Watershed. They studied the effects on the Ecosystem and other river impacts. Commissioner Chandler-Henry moved that the Local Liquor Licensing Authority approve the Special Event Permit application for the Roaring Fork Conservancy event being held at the Dallenbach's Wooden Handle Ranch on Wednesday,July 9, 2014 from*4:00—11:00 p.m. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously. *The hours approved in the motion are the hours requested on the application and are not necessarily the hours of the event. 14. Special Event Permit—Vail Valley Arts League,Inc. APPLICANT: Vail Valley Arts League, Inc. REQUEST: Special Events Permit EVENT: "Art on the Rockies" DATE OF EVENT: July 11 - 13, 2014 REPRESENTATIVE: Colleen Everett, Event Coordinator LOCATION: Colorado Mountain College 150 Miller Ranch Road—Edwards DESCRIPTION: The applicant has requested 3 permit(s) for the "Art on the Rockies" Festival being held at the CMC campus in Edwards. The event will feature over 100 artists from around the country, food, drink and live entertainment. Alcohol (beer and wine) will be available for purchase. Lone Star will provide security. Signage will be posted at all egress points. The event is free and open to the public. The applicant hopes to attract 2,000 attendees. STAFF FINDINGS: 1. The applicant has submitted all the required documents and associated fees. 2. Public notice was given by posting a sign in a conspicuous place on the premises on June 20, 2014, at least 10 days prior to the hearing. 3. No protests have been received in the Clerk's Office. 24 07/08/2014 4. The applicant has provided an alcohol management plan,proof of server training and properly notified the Eagle County Sheriffs Department per the requirements of the Eagle County Local Licensing Authority. DISCUSSION: Ms. Scriver explained that this request was for three permits and it was the fourth year of the event. Colleen Everett explained their programs for youth and adults,mentoring programs and that they are trying to put together a creative arts cooperative. She explained that the event was free to the public. There would be a limited sale of food and beverage. Commissioner Fisher moved that the Local Liquor Licensing Authority approve the Special Event Permit application for the Vail Valley Arts League event being held at the CMC campus in Edwards,July 11th 12-8 pm, July 12th 12-6 pm and July 13,2014 from 12 pm-4 pm. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. *The hours approved in the motion are the hours requested on the application and are not necessarily the hours of the event. 15. Special Event Permit-Realm of Caring,Inc. APPLICANT: Realm of Caring,Inc. REQUEST: Special Event Permit EVENT: Two Nights of BoomBox DATE OF EVENT: July 18 and July 19, 2014 REPRESENTATIVES: Chris Davis,Realm of Caring, Inc. Scott Stoughton,Bonfire Entertainment LOCATION: Ranch Del Rio -4199 Trough Road,Bond DESCRIPTION: Realm of Caring, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to funding after-school musical education programs has requested 2 permits for a two-day music event being held at Rancho Del Rio -Friday, July 18, 2014 from 5:00 pm to 2:00 am and Saturday, July 19, 2014 from 2:00 pm until 2:00 am. The applicant hopes to attract 1,000 concertgoers/campers. Rancho Del Rio is currently a multi-use recreation facility located along the Colorado River. The facility offers 7 acres of designated parking and over 15 acres of camping access. STAFF FINDINGS: 1. This application is in order, all application requirements have been met, all necessary documents have been received, and all fees have been paid. 2. Public notice was given by the posting of a sign in a conspicuous place on the premises on June 26,2014, at least 10 days prior to the hearing. 3. No protests have been filed in the Clerk Office. 4. The applicant has provided a detailed alcohol management plan and proof of server training. 5. Eagle County Sheriffs Office and other Emergency Service Providers have been notified. 6. The property owner has gone through the Limited Review process and obtained a Mass Gathering Permit. 25 07/08/2014 DISCUSSION: Ms. Scriver explained the request. It was a two day event; July 18th and 19th. Mark DesRochers spoke about the event. Michael Welle spoke as well. The site would be fully secure with fencing and staff would be TIPS certified. Jake Wolf spoke about the Realm of Caring. Mr. Welle stated that tickets could be purchased on the Bonfire website. Realm of Caring would be taking a portion of the proceeds from the bar. They encouraged the camping aspect of the event. Chairman Ryan asked if emergency service providers were notified about these types of mass gatherings. Ms. Scriver and Ms. Simonton explained that the Clerk's office sent out notice to emergency providers about special event permits, and that the Planning Department was responsible for mass gathering permits. Commissioner Fisher encouraged good signage. Commissioner Chandler-Henry moved that the Local Liquor Licensing Authority approve the Special Event Permit application for the Realm of Caring music event being held at Rancho Del Rio on July 18th from*5 pm until 2 am and July 19, 2014 from*2 pm until 2 am. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. *The hours approved in the motion are the hours requested on the application and are not necessarily the hours of the event. Commissioner Fisher moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Liquor Licensing Authority and re-convene as the Eagle County Housing and Development Authority. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Eagle County Housing and Development Authority Jill Klosterman,Housing 16. Third Amendment to Agreement between Riverview Apartments Preservation LP and Eagle County Housing and Development Authority for Property Management Ms.Klosterman explained that this is an amendment to the property management agreement and extends through June 30 of 2015. No other terms have changed. Commissioner Chandler-Henry moved to approve the third amendment to the agreement between Riverview Apartments Preservation LP and Eagle County Housing and Development Authority for property management. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Fisher moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Housing and Development Authority and re- convene as the Board of County Commissioners. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Manager Update • Meetings Attended/Future Meetings • Communications Update • Information Sharing • Discussion Items • BoCC Schedules • Cost Allocation, Eric Parish 26 07/08/2014 Planning Files 17. AFP-4712 Cordillera Subdivision,Filing 34,Block 5,Lot 4 Scot Hunn,Planning James and Susan Lovell,Applicants Action: The purpose of this Amended Final Plat is to vacate an existing building envelope, and to create a new building envelope,just to the south of the existing envelope,to allow for construction of a new single- family residence and,importantly,to avoid removal of existing stands of vegetation during construction. Location: 602 Granite Springs Trail, Edwards Area TITLE: Amended Final Plat—Cordillera Subdivision,Filing No. 34, Block 5,Lot 4 FILE NO./PROCESS: AFP-4712/Amended Final Plat LOCATION: 602 Granite Springs Trail OWNERS: James and Susan Lovell,LLC APPLICANT: Same REPRESENTATIVE: None STAFF PLANNER: Scot Hunn I. SUMMARY: The intent of this Amended Final Plat is to vacate an existing building envelope, and to create a new building envelope just to the south of the existing envelope to allow for construction of a new single-family residence, and, importantly,to avoid removal of existing stands of vegetation during construction. Specifically, upon laying-out designs for a new home and driveway, the Applicant focused on 1) siting the home away from existing, mature stands of pine, spruce and fir on the lot, and, 2) increasing slightly the distance of the new home from Granite Springs Trail. Staff conducted a site visit and walked the lot with the Applicant on June 10, 2014. Upon viewing the site, it became clear to staff that the new envelope location, when viewed in conjunction with the home and driveway design, achieved both of the Applicant's objectives. Although trees will still be removed to accommodate the construction of both the home and the driveway,the shift in orientation(from east to west across the lot,to a north- south alignment)may also achieve important wildfire mitigation goals by moving more of the home location into a natural clearing. This Amended Final Plat has been reviewed and conditionally approved by the Cordillera Design Review Board (approval is conditioned upon the Applicant successfully completing the Amended Final Plat process through Eagle County). Likewise, the Applicant has obtained written approval of the envelope amendment from a majority of adjacent property owners surrounding the subject property. However, based on the Planned Unit Development Guide for Cordillera, and, specifically, because the Applicant was not successful in gaining written approval for the proposed amendment from each of the surrounding adjacent property owners,the Applicant is required to attend a public hearing before the Board of County Commissioners. A sign has been posted at the entrance to the property, notice has been published within a newspaper of general circulation, and mailed notice of the proposal and hearing dates has been sent to each adjacent property owner of record. In response to public notification, staff has not received any inquiries from any party who may be affected by the proposed amendment. Staff Findings and Recommendation 27 07/08/2014 Staff believes the proposed building envelope amendment is in keeping with 1) the intent of the original final plat and building envelope locations for Filing No. 34, and 2) the requirements of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations(ECLURs). Specifically, staff believes the Amended Final Plat meets each of the following, applicable criteria: Adjacent property. Staff believes the proposed building envelope amendment will not adversely affect any neighboring property. Specifically, the building envelopes on the adjacent (vacant) Lots 10 & 11 to the south(both belonging to the only adjacent property owner to object to this proposal) are located approximately 100' above the subject property's building site; likewise, the two building envelopes on Lots 10 & 11 are separated from the proposed envelope on Lot 4 (subject property)by approximately 500 and 550 feet,respectively. Further, there is heavy vegetation between the subject property and Lots 10 & 11, Block 1 preventing any direct line of sight between building envelopes on either lot. Staff toured the subject property, as well as Lot 11, and from the building envelope location on Lots 11, one cannot physically see the existing or proposed building site on Lot 4. With the exception of the owners of Lots 10 & 11, Block 1, as well as a "no response"from the owners of Lot 14, Block 5 (across the street from the subject property), each of the other adjacent property owners has provided a signed letter of approval for the amendment. The letter received by the Cordillera Metropolitan District from the property owner of Lots 10 & 11, Block 1, does not state a reason for objecting to the proposed amendment. Based on staff's analysis, inclusive of a site visit, staff contends that the proposed amendment will not adversely impact Lot 11,Block 1 or any of the surrounding residential lots. Final Plat Consistency. Staff has reviewed the original Final Plat for Filing No. 34, Cordillera Subdivision, and finds that the proposed amendment is consistent with the intent of the original plat. Conformance with Final Plat Requirements. The Applicant's surveyor has made all necessary revisions and refinements to the plat document as required by the Eagle County Surveyor, the Eagle County Engineering Department and the Eagle County Planning Department. Furthermore, the plat has been reviewed by the Eagle County Attorney's Office for compliance with legal requirements. The plat, as signed by applicable parties is, therefore, consistent with the intent of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations. II. SITE DATA: Surrounding Land Uses/Zoning: East: Lot 5, Filing No. 34,Block 5/PUD West: White Springs Road(R.O.W.)/PUD North: Granite Springs Trail(R.O.W.)/PUD South: White Springs Road(R.O.W.)/PUD Lot 11,Filing No. 34,Block 1 /PUD Existing Zoning: PUD(Single Family) Total Area: 2.229 Acres Water: Public Sewer: OWTS Access: Granite Springs Trail III. STAFF FINDINGS: Pursuant to Section 5-290.G.3. Standards for Amended Final Plat: 28 07/08/2014 a. Adjacent property. Review of the Amended Final Plat has determined that the proposed amendment DOES NOT have an adverse effect on adjacent property owners. b. Final Plat Consistency. Review of the Amended Final Plat has determined that the proposed amendment IS consistent with the intent of the Final Plat. c. Conformance with Final Plat Requirements. Review of the Amended Final Plat has determined that the proposed amendment DOES conform to the Final Plat requirements and other applicable regulations,policies and guidelines. d. Improvement Agreement. DOES NOT apply. e. Restrictive Plat Note Alteration. DOES NOT apply. DISCUSSION: Mr. Hunn presented a vicinity map. He recently visited the site and walked the property and provided some site photos. The reason the application was before the board was because the property owner was not able to get written approval from all adjacent property owners per the PUD guidelines for Cordillera. The amendment would shift the existing building envelope into a natural clearing which would avoid removal of trees and vegetation during construction. He showed photos of the property. He indicated that the request met the findings and the last two findings were not applicable. James Lovell stated that family that protested initially did not attend the design review meeting. He reached out to them and but had no contact. Commissioner Chandler-Henry asked about the wildfire mitigation. Mr. Lovell spoke about the fuel reduction in the area. They would only be impacting 18 existing trees during the construction of their home and believed they had done a good job of preserving the existing vegetation and removed ground clutter from the lot. Commissioner Fisher moved to approve AFP-4712 Cordillera Subdivision,Filing 34,Block 5,Lot 4. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 18. PR-4856 Vines at Vail PUD Extension Request Scot Hunn,Planning Greg Schroeder, Engineering Patrick Churchillo,Applicant/Owner Dominic Mauriello,Representative Action: The purpose of this application is to request a two-year extension to the Final Plat for the Vines at Vail Planned Unit Development(File No.PDF-00098), originally approved on November 6, 2007. Location: 84 Vines at Vail Drive,Wolcott Area FILE NO./PROCESS: PR-4856/Extension Request PROJECT NAME: Vines at Vail PUD Extension Request LOCATION: Wolcott Area OWNER: Patrick Churchillo APPLICANT: Same REPRESENTATIVE: Dominic Mauriello STAFF PLANNER: Scot Hunn 29 07/08/2014 I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The purpose of this application is to request a two-year extension to the Final Plat for the Vines at Vail Planned Unit Development (File No. PDF-00098), originally approved on November 6, 2007. A copy of the Final Plat is attached for reference. This is the second extension request for Vines at Vail. The first two-year extension request was granted, effective November 6, 2012 (Resolution No. 2013-043, attached) and will be expiring on November 6, 2014. Extension requests may be granted, for any period of time up to two years (per request), and for an unlimited number of times,by the Board of County Commissioners. Such request must be made, in writing, by the Applicant at least thirty (30) days before the expiration of a final plat for a project. Such requests are granted only after the Board has made a positive finding of that, 1. Failure to proceed with the development was beyond the applicant's control; 2. The development complies with the Eagle County Land Use Regulations, and; 3. There is a reasonable likelihood that the next step in the development application will be submitted in the next two(2)years. Based on staffs analysis that each of the required standards have been, or can be met, staff is recommending approval of the request,with conditions. The following sections provide a brief history regarding the PUD, background concerning the previous final plat extension request granted for the project, as well as discussion regarding why this request has relevancy to recent approvals of the Wolcott Planned Unit Development. IL BACKGROUND The Vines at Vail Planned Unit Development, a mixed-use PUD located north of the Eagle River and just to the east of Hwy. 131 in the Wolcott area, received Preliminary Plan, Zone District Amendment and 1041 approval in November, 2006 (PDP-00033; ZC-00079; 1041-0065). The Final Plat (PDF-00098) for Vines at Vail PUD was approved on November 6, 2007 and recorded shortly thereafter on November 21, 2007. The PUD is approved for 31 free market residential dwelling units including seven (7) single- family lots; 11 deed restricted units for employee housing; and up to 80,500 square feet of"non-residential" uses inclusive of lodge space (up to 50 lodge units), commercial space, and flex-space on 38.5 acres. Of note, approximately 55% (21 acres) of the site is designated as open space. The PUD Guide allows for a rather comprehensive range of potential commercial, retail and residential uses focused on winery-related retail and agricultural uses, tourism, health and wellness, conference facilities and lodging. The Final Plat created three tracts of land(Tracts C, E& F) for private rights-of-way and open space; fourteen(14) lots (A, B1, B2, B4, C1-C7, D1 and D2) for commercial, mixed and single-family uses, and; common area and easements. The Effect of Final Plat Pursuant to Section 5-280 5.d, Eagle County Land Use Regulations,all Final Plats are valid for five(5)years: "d. Effect of approval of a Final Plat for Subdivision or Final Plat for PUD. (1) Length of Approval. All Final Plats for Subdivision are valid for five (5)years from the date of their issuance. The Board of County Commissioners has the option to extend these time periods. Permitted time frames do not change with successive owners. (2) Infrastructure Installed. If the infrastructure required to develop at least fifty (50)percent of the lots in a single phase subdivision or the infrastructure required to develop the first phase of a 30 07/08/2014 multi phase subdivision is installed, the Final Plat for Subdivision shall remain valid without any further time limitation. (3) Extension of Final Plat Approval. Approval of a Final Plat for Subdivision shall be voided and extinguished unless the applicant can demonstrate by competent substantial evidence that failure to proceed with the development of the application was: a. Beyond the applicant's control; b. The development complies with these Land Use Regulations and the Comprehensive Plan; and c. There is reasonable likelihood the next step in the development application will be submitted in the next two (2)years. ' No request for extension shall be considered unless a written application requesting the extension is submitted to the Planning Director no later than thirty (30) calendar days prior to the date the Final Plat for Subdivision is to expire. The permit shall be deemed extended until the Board of County Commissioners has acted upon the request for extension. (am 11/08/05) (am 05/08/12)" Justification for Second Extension As referenced above,this is the second request to extend the vesting for Vines at Vail PUD. The first two-year extension was granted on March 19, 2013; however,the date of the previous extension was tied to the original Final Plat approval date of November 6, 2007. The Final Plat was valid for five (5) years, and was set to expire on November 6, 2012. In accordance with the Eagle County Land Use Regulations,the Applicant filed a written request for extension prior to November 6, 2012,however, the request was not formally considered by the Board of County Commissioners until March 19, 2013. As such, the previous extension was "back-dated" ("nunc pro tune") to November 6, 2012 and is, therefore, is set to expire once again on November 6, 2014. Following approval of the previous extension, a new Subdivision Improvements Agreement (SIA)was subsequently drafted to reflect updated timelines and cost estimates for public infrastructure for the project. Staff believes the current request is similar in nature to the previous request, yet is updated to reflect changing circumstances in the Wolcott area: 1. The previous request was similarly predicated on a failure to proceed due to national, regional and local economic and financing conditions (ie. a recession, a slower than expected recovery, and continued tight lending conditions). Staff believes that while this (a slow recovery) has held true over the past two years since the previous request was granted, there are signs locally of increased development activity in the past six months; 2. The Applicant has once again provided an accurate description of how the 2007 final plat is still in compliance with the Eagle County Land Use Regulations, the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan, as well as the Wolcott Area Community Plan, as neither document has been updated or amended in any substantive way that would affect the PUD, and; 3. The Applicant cites similar justification (completion of certain improvements necessary for the project to proceed such as roadway/entrance improvements; the acquisition of water rights/coordination of new water tank project, and; ongoing loosening of lending) to establish the fact that there is a reasonable likelihood that the next stage in the project will commence in the next two years. However, new information is presented regarding the recently approved Wolcott PUD Preliminary Plan and the increased potential for partnering with the Wolcott PUD developer to jointly finance and construct infrastructure benefiting both projects. Specifically, in regard to the water infrastructure necessary for Vines at Vail to proceed (50% of which must be installed before the Final Plat and, therefore, project zoning can become permanently vested), the Applicant has 31 07/08/2014 provided details regarding ongoing cooperative agreements and efforts by and between the Applicant, the Wolcott developer and the Eagle River Water and Sanitation District wherein water system improvements (and associated costs)would be jointly developed and/or shared to achieve efficiencies in both projects. Because the Wolcott PUD project has yet to move forward, and because the Applicant's project stands to gain significantly by way of reduced infrastructure costs if the Wolcott Development commences, the Applicant is forthright in stating, "It does not make financial sense for the applicant to move forward on his own to develop water system infrastructure to only have that be a waste of significant expense if the system is going to change due to the development of the Wolcott plan. Waiting and cooperating is the more prudent thing todo... " The Applicant asserts that such cooperative efforts will take "at least another two years"to complete. In the event that this extension request is granted, the Applicant will need to provide a new Subdivision Improvements Agreement (SIA) that meshes with the SIA for the first Wolcott PUD Final Plat(s). As of the writing of this report, applications for the first Final Plat(s) for the Wolcott PUD have not been received by Eagle County. Staff Analysis Staff believes there is merit to the second request given the changed circumstances in the area (i.e. Wolcott PUD Preliminary Plan approval); the fact that economic and lending conditions locally are recovering slowing, but with an up-tic in development activity, and; the fact there appears to be an increased likelihood that the project can move forward—with or without the Wolcott PUD—in the next two years. Specifically, unlike the previous extension request,there is less uncertainty regarding the potential to "tie-in"to the Wolcott PUD today, although the developer of the Wolcott PUD has yet to file for final plat—the next step in that project's vesting and development timeframe. Partnering on the development of certain infrastructure creates numerous efficiencies in cost and land disturbance for both projects and, therefore, for the community. However, if such "tie-in" does not occur due to delays in the construction of the Wolcott PUD, the Applicant is prepared to break ground and to install required Vines at Vail infrastructure. Although the Wolcott PUD has a reasonable chance of moving forward with the next stage in the development process (Final Plat), this has not occurred and the Applicant desires to extend the Vines at Vail Final Plat and vesting for two additional years in anticipation of two possible eventualities: 1. Ensure adequate time to secure financing and to commence construction of Vines at Vail infrastructure, wherein at least 50% of the infrastructure is required to be installed in order to fully vest the development in the event that the Wolcott PUD does not move forward in the next two years. While the Applicant has waited to see if the Wolcott PUD Preliminary Plan would be approved or not, time necessary to start and complete installation of 50% of the infrastructure within Vines at Vail before November 6, 2014 has essentially run out; 2. Allow additional time for the Wolcott PUD developer to achieve certain development milestones (Final Plat approval) and otherwise move forward with the project. This preferred scenario, inclusive of ongoing negotiations and agreement by and between the Applicant, the Wolcott PUD developer and the Eagle River Water and Sanitation District could take at least two years according to the Applicant. Staff believes the Final Plat still complies, to a substantial degree, with the current Land Use Regulations. Specifically, while certain amendments to the LURs have been approved since 2007, the standards for Final Plat have not changed. However, the criteria for granting of an extension have been modified to no longer require the Applicant to demonstrate that the request is speculative in nature. The Board of County Commissioners determined 32 07/08/2014 at that time that all development approvals are speculative in nature and, importantly, that this former standard did not add value to the Board's determination of granting or denying extension requests. Likewise, although the PUD was approved prior to the adoption of the Wolcott Sub-Area Master Plan in 2009, such master plan makes specific reference to the Vines at Vail PUD (see attached letter from Mauriello Planning Group dated October 1, 2012). Staff believes Vines at Vail (the original PUD Preliminary Plan and Final Plat) complies to a substantial degree with the general intents, the Future Land Use Map designation, as well as specific character and appearance policies of the Sub-Area Master Plan. With regard to the time frames outlined within Section 5-280.5.d above, the Applicant did submit a written request for extension within the allotted time(in this case, 187 days prior to the expiration of the Final Plat). Subdivision Improvements Agreement Pursuant to the ECLURs, the Applicant and the County entered into a "Subdivision and Off-Site Improvements Agreement", or"SIA", concurrent with the Final Plat approval on or about November 6, 2007. The SIA provided a cost estimates and a guarantee for all public improvements to be constructed within the development. Ultimately,the Vines at Vail SIA and the first Wolcott PUD Final Plat(s) SIA's must be crafted in concert to ensure that responsibility for and collateralization of all required subdivision infrastructure shall be assigned to the either the Wolcott PUD developer, or the Vines at Vail PUD developer. Although none of the engineering specifications for(Vines at Vail) infrastructure have changed since the Final Plat was approved, staff suggests that, subsequent to any extension granted for the Final Plat,the SIA should be updated to reflect all current "probable costs" of required public improvements (i.e. landscaping, roads, water and wastewater). Extension Request Process&Notification Requirements Unlike most land use files, a request for extension does not require referral to outside referral agencies. Importantly, there is no public or adjacent property owner notice, or review by the Planning Commission. Therefore, this report will not contain typical sections describing "Referral Responses" or "Planning Commission Deliberations". Lastly, in the event that the Board does not extend the Final Plat, the Board will have likewise not extended the PUD Preliminary Plan. The Board will then be required to initiate a hearing pursuant to Sub-section 5-210.H — Extinguishment of Approvals (attached), to determine whether to extinguish the Preliminary Plan for PUD and the Final Plat for Subdivision. III. FINDINGS Pursuant to Section 5-280.5.d(3) —Extension of Final Plat Approval, the Board of County Commissioners must make positive findings for each of the standards below: That, a. Failure to proceed with the development was beyond the applicant's control; b. The development complies with these Land Use Regulations and the Comprehensive Plan; and c. There is reasonable likelihood the next step in the development application will be submitted in the next two (2)years. In this case, staff believes the Applicant has provided reasonable evidence to support each of the necessary findings, and staff is recommending approval, with conditions. IV. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OPTIONS: 33 07/08/2014 1. APPROVE PR-4856 with or without conditions if it is determined that the petition DOES meet the findings outlined in Section 5-280.5.d(3) 2. DENY PR-4856 if it is determined that the petition DOES NOT meet the findings outlined in Section 5-280.5.d(3) 3. TABLE the PR-4856 if additional information is required to fully evaluate the petition. Give specific direction to the petitioner and staff. V. SUGGESTED CONDITIONS: 1. The Applicant shall work with Eagle County staff to update the Subdivision and execute a new Off- Site Improvements Agreement, inclusive of details specific to jointly financed and constructed infrastructure by and between the Vines at Vail developer,the Wolcott PUD developer, and the Eagle River Water and Sanitation District. DISCUSSION: Mr. Hunn presented the request. This was the second two-year extension for the final plat for the Vines at Vail PUD. The first extension was granted effective November 6, 2012 and would expire November 6, 2014. The PUD approval took place in 2004. The project had not progressed due to the national and local recession. The developer had been coordinating with the Wolcott PUD for shared infrastructure. Staff recommended approval of the request,with condition. Dominic Mauriello,Mauriello Planning Group spoke about the recession and the other extensions granted recently. Mr. Churchillo and his partners owned the property outright but financing was needed to complete the infrastructure. He presented a project overview. He believed it was a unique project for the county. Certain infrastructure elements would be shared with the Wolcott development. The basis for the extension was the failure to implement the Vines at Vail final plat. The water system was one of the key elements of infrastructure that Vines at Vail must complete to fully vest the final plat. Commissioner Fisher asked about the coordination between Wolcott and the developer. Mr. Hunn believed the vision for Vines at Vail had not changed and there was justification for the extension. The final plat still complied with the Land Use Regulations and Comprehensive Plan. Staff recommended that a new subdivision improvements agreement be crafted to include and cost sharing agreements with the Wolcott developer. Mr. Mauriello stated that the Wolcott Area Community Plan recognized the Vines at Vail PUD in the plan. He didn't believe that approval of the extension would harm anyone. Commissioner Chandler-Henry asked the applicant if completion within the 2 years was realistic. Mr. Churchillo believed a lot had happened in the last couple years and he thought it was possible to begin construction. He felt good about it. Commissioner Chandler-Henry asked about the impact between his property and the Wolcott PUD. Mr. Churchillo did not believe the relocation of Hwy 6 would impact him. Commissioner Chandler-Henry wondered what would happen if the Wolcott PUD was put on hold. Mr. Churchillo stated that he was not concerned as he was somewhat self-sufficient. Commissioner Fisher believed that relocating Hwy 6 was a huge expense for the Wolcott PUD. She encouraged Mr. Churchillo not to assume the shared water system would be finished in two years. Mr.Mauriello believed that both projects complimented one another. Mr. Churchillo believed that his project and hotel had a different theme than the Wolcott PUD. Commissioner Fisher asked about the other partners and noted that she'd seen the"For Sale" sign on the property and wondered if Mr. Churchillo planned on staying involved. Mr. Churchillo stated that the project was a dream of his. The winery and hotel component was what he most wanted to be a part of as he knew it well. He was interested in selling the single family homes,townhouses, and commercial lots. Chairman Ryan believed that the applicant had a valid issue and it made sense to develop the water infrastructure with the Wolcott PUD. The fact that the applicant owned the land and was prepared to break ground within two years made her feel as if the applicant had met the findings. 34 07/08/2014 Commissioner Chandler-Henry agreed with Chairman Ryan. The recession had slowed things down a great deal. If the Wolcott development didn't happen,the Vines at Vail was still a good fit for the area. She suggested that the condition proposed by staff be included to the recommendation; That all the material representations made effectively becomes conditions of approval. Commissioner Fisher moved to approve file no. PR-4856/Extension Request including the conditions. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. There being no further business before the B,.. + eeting was adjourned until ,2014. r10o oR avQ �� o Attest: ,, ''Clear avtr,40:Ni. •rrman � 35 07/08/2014