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Minutes 10/07/14 PUBLIC HEARING October 7, 2014 Present: Jill Ryan Chairman Sara Fisher Commissioner Kathy Chandler-Henry Commissioner Keith Montag County Manager Bryan Treu County Attorney 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 September 2014 Vendor Type Amount 1001 General Fund PROFORCE MARKETING,INC. Supplies 10,389.30 ACCESS LOCK&KEY INC. Services 166.65 ACCOUNT BROKERS OF LARIMER COUNTY Civil Refunds 19.00 ADP Services 6,606.40 ADP SCREENING&SELECTION SERVICES Services 77.65 ALPINE BANK Supplies 1,500.00 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY Supplies 39.75 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY Supplies 3.49 ALPINE QUEST SPORTS LLC Supplies 1,057.98 ALPINE SECURITY,LLC Services 3,057.56 AMANDA ROSINSKI Services 11.98 ANA MENDOZA Services Reimbursement 66.36 ANA MENDOZA Services Reimbursement 120.00 ANDIE NOAKES Services Reimbursement 21.58 ANDREA WEBER Supplies 48.28 ANNE M.KLAHN Supplies Reimbursement 6.49 APPLIED TRUST INC. Services 525.00 ARNNELE MONTES Services 18.39 ARNNELE MONTES Supplies 5.00 AT&T Services 2,794.22 AV-TECH ELECTRONICS,INC. Services 147.75 AV-TECH ELECTRONICS,INC. Capital 28,903.67 AVON CENTER AT BEAVER CREEK I HOA Services 2,555.61 AVON COMMERCIAL OWNERS ASSOCIATION Services 1,910.99 BALLARD SPAHR LLP Services 439.20 BASELINE ASSOCIATES,INC. Services 140.00 BEN GALLOWAY MD, Services 6,075.00 BETH DOBRANSKY Supplies Reimbursement 23.78 BLOOMBERG L.P. Supplies 25.00 BONDED BUSINESS SERVICES,LTD Civil Refunds 19.00 BONNIE EMBRY Services Reimbursement 41.92 1 10/07/2014 BORDEN DAIRY COMPANY Supplies 1,001.68 C STAN HALVORSON Services 2,120.00 CALIFORNIA CONTRACTORS SUPPLIES INC. Supplies 129.70 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 1,424.67 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 239.01 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 916.20 CARRIE SHEPARD Services Reimbursement 50.00 CARRIE VAN BEEK Services Reimbursement 239.68 CARRIE VAN BEEK Supplies Reimbursement 29.90 CASCADE VILLAGE THEATRE,INC. Services 96.00 CASTLE PEAK VETERINARY SERVICE INC. Services 218.91 CATHERINE E.MARKLE Services 180.00 CDW LLC Supplies 1,678.50 CEAFCS Services 25.00 CED CONSOLIDATED ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTORS Supplies 415.32 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 634.44 CENTRAL ROCKY MOUNTAIN PERMACULTURE Community Grants 7,000.00 CHARACTER FIRST Services 65.00 CHEMA TOX LABORATORY,INC. Services 1,650.00 CHERYL L.PALLER;THOMAS A.GIRARD Services 2,025.00 CITADEL SECURITY&INVESTIGATIONS Services 273.00 CITADEL SECURITY&INVESTIGATIONS Services 13,708.50 CITADEL SECURITY&INVESTIGATIONS Services 13,180.50 CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER Services 1,600.00 COLLEEN WIRTH Services 30.00 COLORADO COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Services 100.00 COLORADO COUNTY TREASURER'S ASSOCIATION Services 542.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIROMEN Services 860.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Services 79.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Services 2,193.75 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH INC. Services 295.00 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH INC. Services 1,200.00 COMCAST CORPORATION Services 125.29 COMPUTER SITES INC. Services 2,420.00 CONSERVE A WATT LIGHTING INC. Supplies 886.20 CONSERVICE LLC Services 36.99 CONSERVICE LLC Services 45.29 CONSERVICE LLC Services 38.55 CONSERVICE LLC Services 73.23 CONSERVICE LLC Services 6.06 Continental Collection Agency,Ltd Civil Refunds 15.82 CORRECTIONAL HEALTHCARE COMPANIES,INC. Services 22,715.49 COSTCO WHOLESALE MEMBERSHIP,INC. Services 65.00 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 19,925.08 DALY PROPERTY SERVICES Services 522.39 DALY PROPERTY SERVICES Services 2,169.28 DAN CORCORAN PLS Services 600.00 DAVID A BAUER Civil Refunds 76.80 2 10/07/2014 DAVID GONZALEZ Services 350.00 DESERT SNOW,LLC Services 590.00 DIANE BAKKEN Supplies 119.34 DIRECT TV Supplies 3.99 DISTRICT ATTORNEYS County Contribution 378,531.82 DOCTORS ON CALL Services 85.00 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 58,362.15 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Services 27.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Services 1,850.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Services 58.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 1,099,208.42 EAGLE PRODUCTS,LLC Supplies 99.00 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 385.86 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 1,152.96 EAGLE RIVER WATERSHED COUNCIL INC. Community Grants 22,500.00 EAGLE VALLEY EVENTS INC. Services 10,400.00 EAGLE VALLEY GLASS AND MIRROR INC. Services 1,092.06 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS Services 680.00 EASTER OWENS ELECTRIC COMPANY Services 370.00 EDMONDS&RUSSELL,P.C. Civil Refunds 176.60 EDWARDS BUILDING CENTER Supplies 258.83 EDWARDS COMMUNITY AUTHORITY Services 387.50 EDWARDS ROTARY CLUB Services 250.00 El MONTANES, LLC Services 240.00 EPS DESIGN AND PRINT Services 377.84 EVA WILSON Services Reimbursement 160.83 EVANGELINA MUNOZ-RUIZ Services Reimbursement 71.12 EVANGELINA MUNOZ-RUIZ Services Reimbursement 170.00 EVERETT FAMILY FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY Services 610.00 EXECUCOM Services 91.46 FAMILIES FIRST INC. Services 6.39 FARRELL&SELDIN Civil Refunds 38.00 FEDERAL EXPRESS Services 97.28 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INCORPORATED Supplies 1,106.77 FERGUSON SAFETY PRODUCTS,INC. Supplies 513.56 FERRELL GAS Services 427.46 FIESTA'S CAFE Supplies 5,450.00 FIRE SPRINKLER SERVICES Services 637.95 FIRKINS GARAGE DOORS INC. Services 115.00 FRANCY LAW FIRM,PLLC. Civil Refunds 4.00 FRANK J BALL Civil Refunds 16.00 FREDRICK LEE MARTENS Services 20.58 FYS SERVICES,INC. Services 683.10 G&S TOOL CLINIC,LLC Services 683.84 G&S TOOL CLINIC,LLC Supplies 11.49 GABRIELA ARAGON Services 680.00 GAIL MCFALL Services 167.20 GARY'S SHOES,INC. Supplies 3,293.55 GIRSH AND ROTTMAN Civil Refunds 31.20 3 10/07/2014 GRAINGER INC. Supplies 414.87 GRAND CONJUNCTION LLC Services 420.00 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 78.15 GREAT AMERICAN FINANCIAL SERVICES CORPORATION Services 653.25 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 135,977.04 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 15,725.45 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 8,120.20 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 23,619.87 GREENBERG&SADA,P.C. Civil Refunds 18.46 GREG VAN WYK Services Reimbursement 880.00 HART INTERCIVIC INC. Services 120.00 HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW Supplies 79.00 HAYWARD,MICAH Services 58.78 HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS Services 158.18 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES INCORPORATED Supplies 263.17 HINDMAN SANCHEZ Civil Refunds 19.00 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 26,787.31 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR,INC. Services 828.24 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR,INC. Supplies 268.73 INTEGRAL DESIGN GROUP,INC. Services 885.80 INTERMOUNTAIN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES,INC. Services 198.00 INTERMOUNTAIN LOCK Supplies 338.47 INTERNATIONAL CHEMTEX CORPORATION Supplies 558.56 IRENE FIGUEROA Services Reimbursement 71.12 JAMES K.WETZEL Supplies 210.00 JC CONSTRUCTION&EXCAVATING,INC. Services 750.00 JEFF PIEPER Services 362.88 JEFFERSON COUNTY Services 125.00 JERRY CHENEY Services 2,295.00 JESSICA CHAVEZ Services 250.00 JOANIE BARANOWSKI Services Reimbursement 47.36 JOANIE MONAGHAN Services Reimbursement 59.75 JOHN LEWIS Services Reimbursement 370.20 JOHN LEWIS Services Reimbursement 204.96 KARA BETTIS CORONER Services Reimbursement 89.90 KARA BETTIS CORONER Services Reimbursement 172.48 KATHERINE MILLER Supplies Reimbursement 146.50 KATHY CHANDLER-HENRY Services Reimbursement 1,507.52 KEITH MONTAG Services Reimbursement 87.36 KELLY JO MUNDHENKE Services Reimbursement 65.46 KESSLER MARY J Services Reimbursement 285.93 KEVIN CASSIDY Services Reimbursement 167.01 KIPLINGER WASHINGTON EDITORS,INC. Supplies 99.00 KRISTINA BIRK Services Reimbursement 33.27 LAND TITLE Collateral Refund 44.00 LANDS END INC. Supplies 103.95 LEWAN AND ASSOCIATES INC. Services 100.00 LEXISNEXIS RISK DATA MANAGEMENT,INC. Services 21.50 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Services 8,349.81 4 10/07/2014 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 4,068.77 LISA SCHOBER Services Reimbursement 16.55 LOOMIS ARMORED US,LLC Services 354.38 LORI SIEFERS Supplies Reimbursement 9.99 LORIE CRAWFORD Services Reimbursement 188.16 MACHOL AND JOHANNES Civil Refunds 20.10 MAGGIE SWONGER Services Reimbursement 134.40 MAGGIE SWONGER Services Reimbursement 186.48 MARK A.LEACHMAN,P.C. Civil Refunds 19.00 MARK CHAPIN Services Reimbursement 78.40 MARK CHAPIN Services Reimbursement 147.00 MATTHEW BENDER&COMPANY,INC, Supplies 73.31 MATTHEW BENDER&COMPANY,INC, Supplies 241.44 MELINA VALSECIA-MONREAL Supplies Reimbursement 62.00 MELINA VALSECIA-MONREAL Services Reimbursement 685.00 MELISSA ZINTSMASTER Services Reimbursement 376.32 MICHELLE DIBOS Services Reimbursement 98.56 MICRO PLASTICS INC Services 11.41 MICRO PLASTICS INC Supplies 87.52 MID VALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT Services 372.30 MID VALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT Services 92.44 MOBILE VISION INC Supplies 2,025.00 MOTOROLA Supplies 60.00 MOUNTAIN COMMUNICATIONS Services 125.00 MOUNTAIN PEST CONTROL,INC. Services 995.00 ' MOUNTAIN STATES EMPLOYERS COUNCIL INCORPORATED Services 159.00 MOUNTAIN TOP VENTURES,INC. Services 975.23 MOUNTAIN TOP VENTURES,INC. Services 3,148.80 . MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 699.31 NANCY SHOLIN Civil Refunds 7.20 NARDA REIGEL Services 3,471.00 NATIONAL BUSINESS Supplies 1,288.00 NEAL CHRISTENSEN Services 900.00 NEW WORLD SYSTEMS Services 2,590.00 NORDIC REFRIGERATION Services 599.42 NORTHWEST COLORADO COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS Services 20.00 NORTHWEST COLORADO COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS Services 700.00 OCCUSCREEN,LLC Services 50.00 OFFICE DEPOT Services 84.90 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 106.80 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 1,731.36 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 218.68 OG PRINTER INC Services 245.00 OJF SERVICES,INC Civil Refunds 16.00 OLDCASTLE SW GROUP,INC Services 413.48 OLDCASTLE SW GROUP,INC Supplies 5,534.89 ONTIVEROS,LUPE Services Reimbursement 77.62 OSM DELIVERY LLC Services 323.73 PAINT BUCKET Supplies 552.20 5 10/07/2014 PAINT BUCKET Supplies 1,359.64 PAPER WISE Services 457.00 PARENTS AS TEACHERS NATIONAL CENTER Services 2,100.00 PATRICIA A WHITHEY Supplies 6,000.00 PATRICIA HAMMON, Services 1,000.00 PATRICIA HAMMON, Services 58.24 PEAK PERFORMANCE COPIER&SUPPLY,INC Services 161.85 PEAK PERFORMANCE COPIER&SUPPLY,INC Services 625.00 PECKHAM&MCKENNEY Services 5,666.67 PECKHAM&MCKENNEY Services 1,315.69 PEREZ,DIANA Services 750.00 PET PICK UPS Supplies 801.66 PETERSON YOUNG,P.C. Civil Refunds 17.00 PITNEY BOWES Services 504.90 PITNEY BOWES Services 25,409.00 PORTABLE COMPUTER SYSTEMS Capital 486.00 PRO TRAIN INC. Services 500.00 PROFORMA H2R MARKETING GROUP Services 2,577.79 PROFORMA H2R MARKETING GROUP Supplies 55.00 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 23.99 RAZORS EDGE INCORPORATED Services 132.00 REGINA O'BRIEN Services Reimbursement 36.96 REILLY JOHNSON, Services 11,371.11 ROBERT ALLEN GENTRY Services 735.00 ROBERT WEBER Services Reimbursement 44.15 ROCKY MOUNTAIN ELEVATOR Services 2,900.00 ROD'S PAINTING,INC. Services 1,010.63 RONALD C.BRAATZ Services 117.90 RONALD SIEBERT Services Reimbursement 383.88 RYAN T.KANE Services Reimbursement 96.12 SAMARITAN CENTER OF THE ROCKIES Services 140.00 SCHULTE&ENGET,PC Civil Refunds 19.00 SCOTT LINGLE Services Reimbursement 265.52 SCRYPT,INC. Services 15.84 SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION Supplies 4,264.28 SHRM Supplies 170.00 SIGNATURE SIGNS INC Supplies 40.00 SOURCE GAS Services 47.85 STAPLES ADVANTAGE Supplies 173.72 STATE OF COLORADO Services 1,574.23 STENGER&STENGER,PC Civil Refunds 36.80 STEVE KAUFMAN Services Reimbursement 780.00 SULLIVAN GREEN SEAVY LLC Services 1,510.50 SUNRAY WINDOW TINTING,INC Services 208.00 SUSAN L CARTER Services 175.00 SUSANA CRUZ Services 325.00 TCC CONTRACTORS Services 1,801.35 TEAK SIMONTON Services Reimbursement 374.08 TEAK SIMONTON Supplies Reimbursement 30.00 6 10/07/2014 THE FOUNDATION OF TRUSTEES FOR FAMILY LEARNING CEN Services 16,067.60 THE FOUNDATION OF TRUSTEES FOR FAMILY LEARNING CEN Community Grants 37,901.00 THE GOURMET COWBOY Services 4,275.00 THE GOURMET COWBOY Services 187.50 THE NEARLY EVERYTHING STORE,INC Supplies 6.99 THE OLD GYPSUM PRINTER,INC Supplies 377.00 TOM HYATT Services Reimbursement 518.61 TOM HYATT Supplies Reimbursement 110.51 TONI ROZANSKI Services Reimbursement 168.00 TOWN OF EAGLE Services 1,980.00 TOWN OF EAGLE Services 8,422.30 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 127.89 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 189.77 TOWN OF VAIL Services 522,264.55 TRANE COMPANY Services 342.00 TRANE COMPANY Services 1,267.00 TRANSUNION RISK AND ALTERNATIVE DATA SOLUTIONS,INC Services 10.00 TRI COUNTY FIRE PROTECTION INC Services 2,045.00 TRIAD SERVICE SOLUTIONS,INC Supplies 532.72 TRIAD SERVICE SOLUTIONS,INC Supplies 119.67 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES,INC Services 250.00 TYSON T IVIE Services 625.00 ULTRAMAX Supplies 6,976.00 UNDERGROUND VAULTS AND STORAGE INC Services 14.84 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE Services 40.22 UNITED RENTALS Services 182.53 UNITED REPROGRAPHIC Services 189.00 UNITED REPROGRAPHIC Supplies 140.00 UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE Services 220.00 US FOOD SERVICE INC Supplies 7,513.17 USGS NATIONAL CENTER MS 270 Services 10,630.00 VAIL ELECTRONICS,INC. Services 810.00 VAIL HONEYWAGON LTD Services 11.77 VAIL MULTI-LIST SERVICES INC Services 507.00 VALLEY ELECTRIC SUPPLY INC. Supplies 179.00 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 61.73 VALUE WEST,INC Services 7,300.00 VAN DIEMEN INC. Collateral Refund 194.60 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 7,608.58 VICTOR MARK DONALDSON ARCHITECTS Collateral Refund 622.48 VINCI LAW OFFICE Civil Refunds 39.20 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 9,639.90 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 250.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 2,983.83 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 84.97 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 335.59 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,174.50 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,088.72 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,776.22 7 10/07/2014 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 945.57 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 189.22 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 1,923.97 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 281.03 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 82.96 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 202.12 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 22.39 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 2,203.75 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 789.74 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 3,780.17 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 160.77 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 10.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 77.15 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 48.46 VISION CHEMICAL SYSTEMS INC Services 1,829.53 VISION SECURITY LLC Services 825.00 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 2,088.30 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 3,650.06 Wakefield&Associates,Inc. Civil Refunds 95.08 WELLS FARGO BANK Services 350.00 WELLS FARGO BANK Donation 750.00 WELLS FARGO BANK,N.A. Services 60.00 WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL LEASING Capital 733.96 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 214.45 WILLIAM LAST Civil Refunds 16.00 WILLITS GENERAL STORE Services 16.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 6.60 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 167.58 WYN T TAYLOR Civil Refunds 19.00 XCEL ENERGY Services 174.16 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 397.20 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 4,537.07 ZACHARY WALTERS SOLE MBR Services 550.00 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE Services 189.85 1001 General Fund Total 2,794,711.47 1100 Road and Bridge Fund BENNY RIVERA Supplies Reimbursement 100.00 COHEN CONSTRUCTION,INC Collateral Refund 2,010.00 CRAWFORD PROPERTIES LLC Services 1,125.45 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 692.74 DALY PROPERTY SERVICES Services 1,520.00 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 183,574.81 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 82,760.44 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 66.23 G&S TOOL CLINIC,LLC Supplies 29.58 GMCO CORPORATION Supplies 8,824.89 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 44.87 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 10,739.76 8 10/07/2014 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 145.80 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 150.00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 3,563.53 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 2,008.61 INTERMOUNTAIN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES,INC. Services 70.00 J&S CONTRACTORS SUPPLY CO Supplies 694.59 KIM LYONS Supplies Reimbursement 100.00 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 426.16 MID VALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT Services 141.53 NICOLE TRUJILLO Services Reimbursement 293.56 OLDCASTLE SW GROUP,INC Supplies 6,988.58 PAPER WISE Services 21.00 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 52.10 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 203.99 ROAD SAFE TRAFFIC SYSTEMS Supplies 647.90 SCHMUESER GORDON MEYER INC Capital 928.18 STAPLES ADVANTAGE Supplies 52.89 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 200.98 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 194.73 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 98.98 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 217.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 76.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 28.81 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 17.30 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 91.50 YAMPA VALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION Services 163.38 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE Services 106.30 1100 Road and Bridge Fund Total 309,172.17 1110 Social Services Fund ABBETT PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING&CONSULTATION SVC Services 577.15 ANDREA LARKIN Services Reimbursement 941.92 BI INC Services 75.00 CARLY CHEATHAM Services Reimbursement 41.44 CARLY CHEATHAM Services Reimbursement 113.12 CARLY CHEATHAM Services Reimbursement 50.00 CARLY CHEATHAM Supplies Reimbursement 107.86 CLETO CALDERON SOLORZANO Services 104.99 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 49,696.93 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 150,624.95 EAGLE RECEIVERSHIP SERVICES,LLC Services 320.00 EAGLE VALLEY CHILD CARE ASSOCIATION Services 259.55 FYS SERVICES,INC Services 1,701.43 FYS SERVICES,INC Services 269.50 GLOBALSTAR USA Services 84.67 GRAND JUNCTION MEDIA,INC Services 143.37 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 17,935.10 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,164.60 9 10/07/2014 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 2,675.78 HEATHER CHAUSSIGNAND Services 170.24 HOLLY KASPER Services Reimbursement 67.20 HOLLY KASPER Services Reimbursement 119.84 ISAAC STANLEY CORIAT Services 75.84 JENNIE QUEVEDO Services Reimbursement 35.84 JENNIE QUEVEDO Services Reimbursement 35.84 JENNIE QUEVEDO Services Reimbursement 6.72 JESSICA WACLAWSKI Services Reimbursement 321.10 KENDRA SCHLEFF Services Reimbursement 21.85 KENDRA SCHLEFF Services Reimbursement 173.04 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES,INC Services 79.07 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES,INC Services 11.58 LARA HEATHER LAWDERMILK Services Reimbursement 65.30 LARA HEATHER LAWDERMILK Services Reimbursement 38.64 LEXISNEXIS RISK DATA MANAGEMENT,INC Services 30.85 LEXISNEXIS RISK DATA MANAGEMENT,INC Services 49.10 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 604.44 MARIA DAWSON Services 82.34 MARIA DAWSON Services 371.28 MARIA DAWSON Supplies 12.54 MARICELA PINELA Services Reimbursement 110.32 MEGAN BURCH Services Reimbursement 5.60 MEGAN BURCH Services Reimbursement 58.24 MELISSA BARBOUR Services Reimbursement 104.16 MICHELLE DIBOS Services Reimbursement 36.96 MONICA CASILLAS Services 100.47 NATHAN YOUNG Services Reimbursement 20.16 NATHAN YOUNG Services Reimbursement 283.36 NICOLE GURASH KING Services 120.00 NORMA AVILA Services 48.16 NORMA AVILA Services 60.48 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 19.71 OG PRINTER INC Services 2.00 PITKIN COUNTY Services 36,450.66 PROFORMA H2R MARKETING GROUP Services 180.00 PROFORMA H2R MARKETING GROUP Supplies 120.00 ROSA REA Services Reimbursement 80.86 SONIA ACOSTA Services Reimbursement 62.72 SONIA ACOSTA Services Reimbursement 89.60 THE FOUNDATION OF TRUSTEES FOR FAMILY LEARNING CEN Services 1,062.00 THE OLD GYPSUM PRINTER,INC Services 196.18 TONI ROZANSKI Services Reimbursement 524.36 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 1,632.10 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 580.78 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 120.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 19.16 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 86.80 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 60.57 10 10/07/2014 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 175.18 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 504.68 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 425.64 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 74.29 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 202.17 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 530.28 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 124.82 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 1,493.00 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 2,089.42 YOLANDA M.THIERFELDER Services Reimbursement 44.80 YOLANDA M.THIERFELDER Services Reimbursement 233.52 1110 Social Services Fund Total 277,393.22 1151 Sales Tax E.V.Transp. AT&T Services 1,177.04 BRONN TRUCKING INC. Services 450.00 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 124.57 CENTURYLINK Services 541.21 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 254.50 COPY PLUS Services 15.81 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 724.96 DOCTORS ON CALL Services 85.00 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 220,150.36 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 192,765.48 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 19,985.10 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,173.24 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 60.21 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 2,928.60 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 1,784.85 INNOVATIVE ENERGY Services 424.00 JARED BARNES Services Reimbursement 128.80 KSKE NRC BROADCASTING Services 1,084.00 LEADVILLE SANITATION DISTRICT Services 41.00 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 847.02 LOOMIS ARMORED US,LLC Services 117.00 NEXTEL Services 1,461.15 NOBLE WELDING AND FABRICATION Services 100.00 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 274.99 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 318.59 PARKVILLE WATER DISTRICT Services 63.25 RAE CONSULTANTS,INC Services 11,000.00 SAMBA HOLDINGS,INC. Services 117.09 SIGNATURE SIGNS INC Services 7.50 TOWN OF AVON Supplies 6,443.81 TOWN OF AVON Services 10,754.75 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 219.25 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 212.43 VICTOR MARK DONALDSON ARCHITECTS Services 2,516.80 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 491.93 11 10/07/2014 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 105.79 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 183.95 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 142.49 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 2.75 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 435.53 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 88.74 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 1,161.08 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED Supplies 414.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 106.87 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 351.90 XCEL ENERGY Services 147.76 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 912.59 1151 Sales Tax E.V.Transp.Total 482,897.74 1152 Sales Tax E.V.Trails ALPINE ENGINEERING INC Capital 412.50 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 63.51 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Services 340.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Capital 45.39 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 875.84 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 9,873.17 FEDERAL EXPRESS Services 27.10 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,120.52 IMPACT GRAPHICS AND SIGNS Supplies 109.00 OLDCASTLE SW GROUP,INC Supplies 32.91 OLDCASTLE SW GROUP,INC Capital 20,533.96 PREMIER LANDSCAPES,INC. Capital 1,387.60 SAFETY AND CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY Supplies 294.82 SEEDING THE ROCKIES INC Supplies 47.50 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 27.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 586.31 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 107.97 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 319.39 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 84.70 1152 Sales Tax E.V.Trails Total 36,289.19 1153 Sales Tax R.F.V.Transp. ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Sales Tax Distribution 104,782.94 1153 Sales Tax R.F.V.Transp.Total 104,782.94 1154 Sales Tax R.F.V.Trails ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Sales Tax Distribution 11,697.50 1154 Sales Tax R.F.V.Trails Total 11,697.50 1155 Transportation Capital CLEVER DEVICES,LTD Capital 15,861.69 1155 Transportation Capital Total 15,861.69 12 10/07/2014 1160 Airport Fund ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY Supplies 131.76 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF AIRPORT EXECUTIVES Services 200.00 AMERICAN LINEN Services 117.02 BILL PONDER Lease Reimbursement 43.14 BLAZING STARS,INC Supplies 140.00 BLUEGLOBES,LLC Supplies 1,702.28 BRETT KNOX Services 187.14 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 17.99 CDW LLC Supplies 271.06 CED CONSOLIDATED ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTORS Supplies 929.97 CENTURYLINK Services 1,603.04 CHRISTINA ANNE COCKREAM Services Reimbursement 1,000.00 CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER Services 450.00 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 1,824.00 DEERE&COMPANY Supplies 14,750.92 DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY Services 3,689.69 DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY Supplies 170.62 DISH NETWORK Services 79.99 E-470 PUBLIC HIGHWAY AUTHORITY Services 5.70 EAGLE COUNTY CONSERVATION DISTRICT Supplies 225.00 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 68,708.81 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 91,138.23 FCI CONSTRUCTION,INC. Capital 57,453.15 G&S TOOL CLINIC,LLC Supplies 27.45 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 11,062.32 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 280.40 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 3,541.82 GREG PHILLIPS Services Reimbursement 1,236.40 HENSLEY BATTERY LLC Supplies 316.62 HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS Services 87.24 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 3,283.15 JANET CARRIERI Services Reimbursement 84.00 JANET CARRIERI Supplies Reimbursement 3.21 JANET CARRIERI Supplies Reimbursement 9.39 JVIATION,INC Services 38,970.39 KAPLAN KIRSCH&ROCKWELL,LLP Services 500.00 KAPLAN KIRSCH&ROCKWELL,LLP Services 2,454.60 KEVIN PFEIFFER Services 1,000.00 L.N.CURTIS&SONS Services 1,570.50 LAWSON PRODUCTS,INC Supplies 569.29 LEIBOWITZ&HORTON Services 7,175.00 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 188.60 MARK HEEFNER Services 783.12 MAXWELL ASPHALT,INC Capital 518,154.71 MILTON SOUZA Services 1,000.00 O J WATSON COMPANY INCORPORATED Supplies 1,769.44 PAINT BUCKET Supplies 104.23 PRO ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS,INC Capital 154,800.72 13 10/07/2014 PRODIGIQ,INC Services 2,916.00 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 169.89 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 224.41 ROI FIRE&BALLISTICS EQUIPMENT,INC Services 1,238.95 RUSTY S.GURULE Services 1,000.00 SKYLINE MECHANICAL INC. Services 4,783.00 SKYWEST AIRLINES Refund Overpayment 1,200.00 SOURCE GAS Services 262.73 SPOHNHEIMER CONSULTING AIRSPACE SYSTEMS,LLC Services 247.50 STATE OF COLORADO Services 70.00 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 437.10 TWO VALLEY TIRE,LLC Supplies 11,006.44 TWO VALLEY TIRE,LLC Supplies 255.00 VAIL SIGN CORPORATION Supplies 22.50 VAISALA INC Services 182,883.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 6,316.68 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 29.30 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 56.64 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 169.92 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 58.97 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 37.64 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 171.10 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 223.64 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 35.48 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED Services 1,450.90 WESTERN FIRE TRUCK,INC Supplies 106.80 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 278.05 WIRELESS ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS INC. Supplies 805.32 WITMER PUBLIC SAFETY GROUP,INC Supplies 1,118.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 1,368.92 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 1,099.55 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE Supplies 79.31 1160 Airport Fund Total 1,213,934.85 1170 Conservation Trust Fund VISA CARD SERVICES Services 95.60 WESTERN EAGLE COUNTY METROPO REC DIST Services 3,200.00 1170 Conservation Trust Fund Total 3,295.60 1180 800 MHZ Fund CENTURYLINK Services 1,080.92 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 3,080.51 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 5,596.07 GERRY BORTZ Services 3,000.00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 674.98 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 40.92 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 26.00 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 602.59 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 3.00 14 10/07/2014 QWEST CORPORATION Services 1,450.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 386.49 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 363.42 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 91.52 1180 800 MHZ Fund Total 16,396.42 1209 Public Health Fund A MEMORABLE FEAST BY YOUR PERSONAL CHEF,INC Supplies 687.50 A MEMORABLE FEAST BY YOUR PERSONAL CHEF,INC Supplies 140.00 AMANDA L.VISOSKY Services Reimbursement 130.48 AMERICAN BANK NOTE COMPANY Services 281.72 ANNA POLICASTRI Services 64.00 ANTHONY J.GULIZIA Services 250.00 BARBARA WHITFORD Services 54.80 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 67.73 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 1,341.35 CARLY RIETMANN Services Reimbursement 28.68 CARLY RIETMANN Services Reimbursement 63.50 CAROLE ANN MCNEILL Services 20.80 CERTEX COMPANY,INC. Supplies 240.49 CHRISTI COUCH Services 280.00 CLINTON MEHL Services 64.00 CO DEPT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIROMENT Services 192.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE Services 70.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN EXPRESS Services 348.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN MEDICAL Services 1,000.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Supplies 210.00 COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES,INC Services 3,500.00 CONTEMPORARY INSURANCE SERVICES INC Services 2,282.48 COPY COPY Supplies 1,038.30 COPY PLUS Supplies 214.00 COSTCO WHOLESALE MEMBERSHIP,INC. Services 210.00 DARLA GOODELL Services 1,135.00 DAVID E.MOTT Services 80.00 DEBBIE VERNELL Services 80.00 DIANA JOHNSON Services 80.00 DONALD J LAUGHLIN Services 80.00 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT Supplies 215.42 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT Reimbursement 90.00 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 34,825.31 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 109,252.29 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS Services 150.00 El MONTANES, LLC Services 352.00 El MONTANES, LLC Services 200.00 ELLEN MATLOCK Services 80.00 ELMER L CHRISTIANSAN Services 74.80 ESTHER MEHL Services 80.00 FLORENCE J.HABENICHT Services 220.00 GARFIELD COUNTY Services 250.00 15 10/07/2014 GEORGIE C ZINDA Services 160.00 GILMA GARCIA Services Reimbursement 58.80 GLAXO SMITH KLINE Supplies 853.88 GRACE FINNEY Services 84.00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 12,426.36 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 480.24 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 257.70 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,558.25 HARRY VERNELL Services 80.00 HEATHER GILMARTIN Services Reimbursement 22.40 HEATHER GILMARTIN Services Reimbursement 117.00 HEATHER GILMARTIN Services Reimbursement 77.28 HEINRICH MARKETING,INC. Services 3,395.95 HENRY SCHEIN Supplies 904.86 HENRY SCHEIN Supplies 125.71 HENRY SCHEIN Supplies 1,025.72 HERTA VON OHLSEN Services 80.00 JAMES WILEY Services 54.40 JANET BEALS Services 62.00 JANET G KLEINHARDT Services 120.00 JENNIFER LUDWIG Services Reimbursement 157.36 JERRY CHICOINE Services 80.00 JILL CLEGHORN Services 76.40 JOAN GARTON Services 80.00 JOHNNETTE PHILLIPS Services 100.00 JUDY HAEBERLE Services 64.00 JULIE BLOOMINGDALE Services 67.76 JULIE BLOOMINGDALE Supplies 227.87 KATHERINE PETERSON Services 160.00 KATHLEEN HEICHER Services 80.00 KATIE HAAS Services Reimbursement 388.98 KERRIE KUHL Services Reimbursement 117.00 KRISTIN ALYSE ARKIN Services 28.34 KRISTIN ALYSE ARKIN Services 34.89 KRISTIN ALYSE ARKIN Services 47.26 KYOUNG ASH Services 80.00 LARSON,REBECCA Services Reimbursement 70.56 LARSON,REBECCA Services Reimbursement 7.84 LAURA JOHNSTON Services 80.00 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 258.30 LINDA CARR Services 8.40 LINDA SNEATH Services 58.20 Louise Walker Services 12.00 MADELINE MOOS Services 41.04 MARION F LAUGHLIN Services 80.00 MARLENE MCCAFFERTY Services 80.00 MAURI NOTTINGHAM Services 159.20 MCCAULLEY,REBECCA T Services Reimbursement 24.08 MCCAULLEY,REBECCA T Services Reimbursement 112.28 16 10/07/2014 METROPOLITAN PATHOLOGIST PC Services 314.00 MICHEL'S BAKERY Supplies 24.90 NANCY GAMBLE Services 80.00 NANCY MULLER Services 7.20 NANCY W NOTTINGHAM Services 160.00 NARDUZZI,SUSAN Services 80.00 NRC BROADCASTING MOUNTAIN GROUP,LLC Services 100.00 NRC BROADCASTING MOUNTAIN GROUP,LLC Services 265.00 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 126.11 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 66.57 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 27.26 ONTIVEROS,LUPE Services Reimbursement 39.98 ORALIA(ORA)ARCHIBEQUE Services 28.00 OSM DELIVERY LLC Services 166.77 OTTALIE FABER-CARLIN Services 80.00 PAMELA THORN Services 80.00 PANORAMIC ENTERPRISES,INC Services 169.95 PAT NOLAN Services Reimbursement 38.08 PAULA A PALMATEER Services 75.30 PEGGY BUCHANNAN Services 80.00 PROFORMA H2R MARKETING GROUP Services 18.70 RACHAEL MESSERICH Services Reimbursement 2,927.13 RITA SACKS Services 80.00 ROSE M.CLARKE Services 1.20 SANDRA EINSPAHR Services 83.20 SANOFI PASTEUR INC. Supplies 1,864.84 SANOFI PASTEUR INC. Supplies 1,003.62 STEPHANIE GLENWRIGHT Services 18.00 STICKY FINGERS CAFE LLC Services 681.00 STREET MEDIA GROUP Services 300.00 STREET MEDIA GROUP Services 2,775.00 SYDNEY PITTMAN Services 88.00 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER Supplies 140.00 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER Supplies 1,025.71 TAMRA T.CONVERSE Services 80.00 TENIE CHICOINE Services 80.00 THERESA CAREY Services Reimbursement 165.76 THERESA CAREY Services Reimbursement 80.64 THOMAS RUSSO Services 78.40 VANESA DOTY Services Reimbursement 56.56 VENTURONI SURVEYS&RESEARCH,INC. Services 170.00 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 778.27 VERONICA ANNE CLARK Services 160.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,479.99 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 131.51 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 622.13 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 400.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 385.65 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 99.70 17 10/07/2014 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 299.99 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 2,524.38 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 1,210.92 1 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 487.02 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 144.00 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 692.28 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 221.55 X-PRESS COPY OF MAINE Supplies 535.47 1209 Public Health Fund Total 208,650.70 . 1401 Housing Operations Fund EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 34,080.19 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 53,479.53 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 6,588.60 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,028.34 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 216.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 65.24 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 349.15 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 736.08 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 843.76 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,156.69 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 97.66 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 384.60 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 33.53 1401 Housing Operations Fund Total 99,05937 1442 Open Space Fund AARON M GREEN Payroll 1,111.06 COLORADO COALITION OF LAND TRUSTS Services 850.00 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 52,167.51 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Services 66.15 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 9,389.37 G&S TOOL CLINIC,LLC Supplies 257.71 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Services 1,371.95 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,151.72 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,424.12 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 41.92 HERITAGE TITLE COMPANY Capital 5,000.00 High Country Engineering,Inc. Capital 6,280.03 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 247.33 JC CONSTRUCTION&EXCAVATING,INC Services 3,351.00 MOUNTAIN TOP VENTURES,INC. Services 1,630.33 OG PRINTER INC Services 2,990.00 OLDCASTLE SW GROUP,INC Services 788.95 OLDCASTLE SW GROUP,INC Services 6,775.00 PET PICK UPS Supplies 801.66 TOBY SPRUNK Services Reimbursement 197.12 TOBY SPRUNK Supplies Reimbursement 22.76 UNITED REPROGRAPHIC Services 90.00 18 10/07/2014 • VISA CARD SERVICES Services 65.24 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 99.24 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 322.75 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 39.95 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 210.59 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 105.00 YAMPA VALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION Services 178.08 1442 Open Space Fund Total 97,026.54 2150 Capital Improvements Fund CED CONSOLIDATED ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTORS Supplies 113.24 CO DEPt OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIROMENT Capital 245.00 ELAM CONSTRUCTION INC Capital 483,573.56 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Services 42.30 JC CONSTRUCTION&EXCAVATING,INC Services 15,640.00 MENENDEZ ARCHITECTS PC Capital 805.00 MOBILE VISION INC Capital -1,590.00 OLDCASTLE SW GROUP,INC Services 4,562.86 ONE SOURCE LIGHTING,INC. Supplies 9,651.50 REILLY JOHNSON, Capital 8,000.00 SCHOFIELD EXCAVATION,INC. Services 4,308.25 VALLEY ELECTRIC SUPPLY INC. Supplies 103.25 2150 Capital Improvements Fund Total 525,454.96 3600 Landfill Fund BLUE TARP FINANCIAL,INC. Supplies 200.37 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 1,410.28 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 72,003.20 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 42,556.99 EAGLE VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER Services 294.00 E-WASTE RECYCLERS OF COLORADO Services 1,602.89 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 5,456.46 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 382.37 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 2,092.22 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 2,697.56 KAESER COMPRESSORS,INC Services 1,935.00 KELLY BERRY Services Reimbursement 124.88 KRW CONSULTING Services 5,842.86 KRW CONSULTING Capital 3,738.70 KRW CONSULTING Capital 1,344.00 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 260.40 MOUNTAIN ROLL OFF'S,INC. Services 12,090.00 MOUNTAIN PEST CONTROL,INC. Services 250.00 NEIL HERRIDGE Supplies Reimbursement 75.00 NORTHERN SAFETY COMPANY INCORPORATED Supplies 371.28 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 149.96 SATELLITE SHELTERS,INC Services 625.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 530.02 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 47.11 19 10/07/2014 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 17.06 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 543.50 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 400.28 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE Supplies 231.73 3600 Landfill Fund Total 157,273.12 3700 Motor Pool Fund A AND E TIRE INC Supplies 2,288.72 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED Services 25.12 AV-TECH ELECTRONICS,INC Capital 5,192.62 BAYSHORE TRUCK EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 314.92 1 BOBCAT OF THE ROCKIES LLC Supplies 135.50 BRIDGESTONE AMERICAS,INC Supplies 7,608.88 BRYAN VALDEZ Supplies Reimbursement 100.00 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 690.37 CLAIMS SERVICES GROUP INC Services 159.00 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Services 197.04 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 6,837.95 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 90,629.40 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN Supplies 4,118.37 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 165.16 D.J.REVEAL,INC. Supplies 291.93 DOCTORS ON CALL Services 85.00 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies 6,581.13 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 65,753.49 EP BLAZER LLC Supplies 1,089.76 GILLIG LLC Supplies 12,459.77 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 7,872.76 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 0.20 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 10.00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,228.70 H,H&H AUTOMOTIVE PAINT INC Supplies 70.70 H,H&H AUTOMOTIVE PAINT INC Supplies 58.35 HARRY TAYLOR Services Reimbursement 205.52 HENSLEY BATTERY LLC Supplies 790.39 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 2,974.75 HONNEN EQUIPMENT Supplies 1,017.18 HONNEN EQUIPMENT Capital 357,428.00 LAWSON PRODUCTS,INC Supplies 757.28 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 141.60 MACDONALD EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 532.61 MCCANDLESS TRUCK CENTER,LLC Capital 229,902.00 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 65.22 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 50.89 POWER MOTIVE Supplies 385.96 POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 2,952.26 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 358.58 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 70.75 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 4,629.29 20 10/07/2014 SAFETY KLEEN Services 246.68 STEWART&STEVENSON LLC Supplies 809.42 SUMMIT AUTO SERVICE,INC Services 210.00 SUMMIT AUTO SERVICE,INC Supplies 601.62 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 365.41 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 354.06 UNITED STATES WELDING Services 35.66 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,395.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 238.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 375.38 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 15.00 VISTA FD,LLC Supplies 129.18 VISTA TD,LLC Supplies 61.83 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 445.82 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 44.18 WEAR PARTS EQUIPMENT Supplies 3,202.55 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 108.25 WESTFALL O'DELL OF COLORADO INC. Supplies 80.50 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 161.90 3700 Motor Pool Fund Total 825,107.56 3730 Insurance Reserve Fund CTSI Services 29,799.08 3730 Insurance Reserve Fund Total 29,799.08 3790 Health Insurance Fund ANGELA GAFFNEY Services 460.00 CNIC HEALTH SOLUTIONS Payroll 77,798.68 GILSBAR,INC. Payroll 895.50 GLOBAL AFFILIATES,INC Services 2,362.50 HEALTHBREAK,INC. Services 1,115.20 THE OLD GYPSUM PRINTER,INC Services 150.00 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 621.00 3790 Health Insurance Fund Total 83,402.88 3900 911 Fund CENTURYLINK Services 650.00 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 3,590.75 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES,INC Services 1,482.85 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 4,891.00 3900 911 Fund Total 10,614.60 Director Updates Planning Update,Bob Narracci and Cliff Simonton 1. Mountain Refuse Inc. Contract Extension,Ken Whitehead 21 10/07/2014 Consent Agenda Chairman Ryan stated the first item before the Board was the Consent Agenda as follows: 2. Approval of Bill Paying for the Week of October 6,2014(Subject to Review by the Finance Director) John Lewis,Finance 3. Approval of Payroll for October 16,2014(Subject to Review by the Finance Director) John Lewis,Finance 4. Approval of the Minutes of the Eagle County Commissioner Meetings for June 24, July 8 and July 15, 2014 Teak Simonton, Clerk and Recorder 5. Agreement between Eagle County and Amblicab for the Purchase of Cutaway Vehicles under the Colorado Mountain Purchasing Consortium Procurement Kelley Collier, ECO Transit 6. Agreement between Eagle County and City of Durango for the Purchase of Cutaway Vehicles under the Colorado Mountain Purchasing Consortium Procurement Kelley Collier, ECO Transit 7. Agreement between Eagle County and Montrose Senior Citizens Transportation,Inc. DBA All Points Transit for the Purchase of Cutaway Vehicles under the Colorado Mountain Purchasing Consortium Procurement Kelley Collier, ECO Transit Commissioner Fisher moved to approve the Consent Agenda for October 7,2014, as presented. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Citizen Input Chairman Ryan opened and closed citizen Input, as there was none. Business Items 8. First Amendment to Agreement between Eagle County and Mountain Roll-Offs,Inc.for Extension of Original Recyclables Hauling Contract Dated February 25,2014 Ken Whitehead and Jesse Masten, Solid Waste and Recycling Mr.Whitehead stated that the amendment extended the contract with MRI at staff's recommendation.This was a typical contract process. Commissioner Chandler-Henry asked about MRI's compatibility with dual stream process. Don Van Devander, general manager for Mountain Rolloffs Inc.believed that things had been proceeding well. Commissioner Fisher applauded MRI for their work in the community and worthwhile partner. 22 10/07/2014 Commissioner Fisher moved to approve the first amendment to agreement between Eagle County and Mountain Roll-Offs, Inc. for extension of original recyclables hauling contract dated February 25, 2014. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 9. Final Settlement of Contract between Eagle County and Schofield Excavation,Inc.for the Stone Creek Flood Mitigation Project Gregg Schroeder,Engineering Mr. Schroeder stated that this was the final settlement for the construction contract. The county partnered with the Eagle Vail Metropolitan District and secured a grant from FEMA that constructed flood improvements through the Eagle Vail Community. The project budget was about$177,000 and there was still approximately $5,000 left in the budget. Commissioner Chandler-Henry asked about the excess funds. Mr. Schroeder stated that a majority of the remaining funds would be returned to FEMA and a small amount would be returned to the county general fund and the property owners. Commissioner Fisher moved to approve the final settlement of contract between Eagle County and Schofield Excavation,Inc. for the Stone Creek Flood Mitigation Project. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Chandler-Henry moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Liquor Licensing Authority and re-convene as the Eagle County Housing and Development Authority. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Eagle County Housing and Development Authority 10. Rent Schedule Low Rent Housing Agreement between U.S.Department of Housing and Urban Development and Eagle County Housing and Development Authority for Riverview Apartments Dan Murray and Jill Klosterman,Housing Mr.Murray stated that every 5 years they were required to provide a rent market study to HUD. This year the study would decrease the annual rents by about$99,000. They hoped to turn over units quickly to reduce vacancy rates and continue to look for other cost saving measures. Ms.Klosterman believed there would be plenty of cash to cover the operating expenses even with the decrease. Commissioner Fisher believed the rents were being calculated at the low of the market. The fact that the study was performed every 5 years was a challenge. She wondered if it was possible to request an amendment. Ms. Klosterman stated that she would speak to her HUD contact to see if there were any opportunities to do a study more often than 5 years. Commissioner Chandler-Henry moved to approve the rent schedule low rent housing agreement between the U.S.Department of Housing and Urban Development and Eagle County Housing and development Authority for Riverview Apartments. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Fisher moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Housing Authority and re-convene as Eagle County Liquor License Authority Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 23 10/07/2014 Eagle County Liquor License Authority Kathy Scriver, Clerk&Recorder Other Liquor Business 11. Special Event Permit-Walking Mountains APPLICANT: Walking Mountains REQUEST: Special Event Permit EVENT: Chili Cook-off DATE: Sunday, October 19, 2014 REPRESENTATIVE: Mary Ferero LOCATION: Eagle-Vail Pavilion—538 Eagle Road,Avon 81620 STAFF REPRESENTATIVE: Kathy Scriver CONCERNS: None DESCRIPTION: The applicant has requested a permit for an event being held at the Eagle-Vail Pavilion on Sunday, October 19"'from 2:00 to 10:00 pm, actual event hours are from 4:00 to 6:00 pm. This event is held each year to benefit the Eagle Vail Community Gardens. The event will feature live music, 30 varieties of chili, cornbread and s'mores. This is a ticketed event and individuals 21 and over will have their ID's checked at the entrance and receive a wrist band if interested in receiving a drink ticket with their meals. The applicant expects 200 attendees. 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 has been given by the posting of a sign in a conspicuous place on the premises September 26, 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. Staff expressed no concerns with the application. Mary Ferero stated that the event hours were 4—6 pm. This was the fourth event. There were 20 individuals and 10 restaurants competing for the best chili.Tickets could be purchased at the door. Wristbands would be issued to individuals 21 and over. The bartenders were all volunteers and TIPS certified. Commissioner Fisher moved that the Local Liquor Licensing Authority approve the permit for the Walking Mountains event being held at the Eagle-Vail Pavilion on October 19,2014 from 2:00 p.m.to 10:00 p.m. 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. Commissioner Fisher moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Liquor Licensing Authority and re-convene as Eagle County Board of County Commissioners. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 24 10/07/2014 Board of Health 12. Board of Health Jennifer Ludwig, Public Health and Environment Planning File 13. Rock Bottom Ranch Special Use Permit Sean Hanagan,Planning Aspen Center for Environmental Studies,Applicant Doug and Julie Pratte: The Land Studio, Representative Action: The purpose of this Special Use Permit is for an educational facility to include an expanded building/classroom space as well as additional employee housing structures. Location: 2001 Hooks Spur Road.The property is located in both Eagle and Garfield Counties. FILE NO./PROCESS: ZS-4907/ Special Use Permit PROJECT NAME: Rock Bottom Ranch Special Use Permit LOCATION: 2001 Hooks Spur Road Basalt,Colorado OWNER: Aspen Center for Environmental Studies APPLICANT: Same REPRESENTATIVE: Doug and Julie Pratte,The Land Studio STAFF PLANNER: Sean Hanagan STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval with Conditions I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Proposal Overview The Applicant requests review of a Consolidated Special Use Permit for an Educational Facility on the Rock Bottom Ranch Property located on Hooks Spur Lane in the El Jebel area of unincorporated Eagle County. Specifically, this proposed Special Use Permit will allow for the use of the property to continue providing environmental education programs for the public in a unique environment. This environmental education comes in the form of ecological and agricultural activities on the 113 acre property. A large portion of the property has been placed into a Conservation Easement to allow for environmental stewardship and the preservation of natural communities. This Conservation Easement is held by the Aspen Valley Land Trust and was not part of any land use approvals. IL BACKGROUND ACES is a non-profit organization dedicated to environmental education and land stewardship. ACES provides K- 12 in classroom environmental science education as well as year-round environmental education for adults and children through symposia,naturalist programs, sustainable agriculture programs and a Naturalist Field School. The Rock Bottom Ranch was acquired by ACES in 1999 to house the educational operations of the organization. The ranch is 113 acres in size spanning both Garfield and Eagle Counties. The majority of the parcel (78 acres) is held by Aspen Valley Land Trust in a Conservation Easement that protects its riparian forest and wetlands. Thirty- five acres is used to as irrigated pasture and managed for livestock. Chronology 25 10/07/2014 1968: Aspen Center for Environmental Studies(ACES)was established by Elizabeth Paepcke. 1999: Rock Bottom Ranch was acquired by ACES. 1999: 78 acres of RBR placed into Conservation Easement. 2003: Renovation was undertaken for the Staff Housing Building. 2012: Additional renovations undertaken for Staff Housing Building. 2014: Eagle County Planning received this application for a new Special Use Permit. 2014: RFVRPC recommended approval of the SUP. Existing Educational Uses to continue at Rock Bottom Ranch -Approximately 3,100 on-site student visits annually -Children's classes and programs (NFS) -Adult Classes and programs(NFS) -Harvest Party* -General public visits-ex: farm tour -Community events (sustainable agricultural dinners,birthdays,retreats) -Overnight field trips -Community gardeners *ACES submitted a Mass Gathering permit to allow attendance of greater than 500 people at the 2013 and 2014 Harvest Party. Existing Structures at Rock Bottom Ranch Contained within Ag Building Envelope -Pole Barn -Field Studies Center(FSC) -classrooms, office, and library -Director's Residence-upstairs of FSC - Studio Residence-main floor of FSC -Maintenance Barn/Structure-houses materials,tools, feed, and overhang to cover equipment -Animal Barn-three stalled barn -Greenhouses Future Plans for Rock Bottom Ranch Include: -Expansion of educational and office space from 2,430 SF to 5,000 SF. -Expanding employee and ranch-hand housing to add additional studio units. Additional habitable residential floor area for Rock Bottom Ranch is capped at 10,000 SF by the conservation easement. - Rock Bottom Ranch currently consists of 113.59 acres in the Resource Zone District. The resource zone district allows one primary residential unit and one ADU per 35 acres and as a result this parcel could be entitled to up to 3 primary residences and 3 ADU's on the property. RBR will utilize these entitlements to develop the six employee and ranch-hand housing units in the future. -Host onsite Agricultural Education Events. - Host "Mass Gatherings" similar to ACES' existing Fall Harvest Party. Rock Bottom Ranch will address with Eagle County any Mass Gathering of five hundred or more persons through a specific Mass Gathering permit for each event. - Reorganization of existing farmyard and outbuildings and addition of up to four 1,000 to 1,200 square foot greenhouses for food production, demonstration, and teaching. -Ecological restoration of significant areas of river and riparian habitat throughout the 113-acre property. -Pasture management and enhancement. 26 10/07/2014 III. STAFF FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATION Effect of Special Use Permits Pursuant to Section 5-250.E — Effect of Issuance of Special Use Permit, Eagle County Land Use Regulations, Special Use permits are valid for three (3)years until the approved use is implemented. If the approved use is not implemented within the three year time period, the permit expires. Upon implementation of the approved use within the three year time period, Special Use permits remain valid in perpetuity, unless an expiration date or exception has been placed upon the permit by the Board of County Commissioners. NECESSARY FINDINGS: Chapter II,Article 5, Section 5-250, Special Use Permits Section Purpose Special Uses are those uses that are not necessarily compatible with other uses allowed in a zone district, but which may be determined compatible with the other uses allowed in the zone district based upon individual review of their location, design, configuration, density and intensity of use, and the imposition of appropriate conditions to ensure the compatibility of the use at a particular location with surrounding land uses. All Special Uses shall meet the standards set forth in this Section. Standards: Section 5-250.B. The issuance of a Special Use Permit shall be dependent upon findings that there is competent evidence that the proposed use as conditioned, fully complies with all the standards of this Section, this Division, this Article, and these Land Use Regulations. The Planning Commission may recommend and the Board of County Commissioners may attach any conditions deemed appropriate to ensure compliance with the following standards, including conformity to a specific site plan, requirements to improve public facilities necessary to serve the Special Use, and limitations on the operating characteristics of the use, or the location or duration of the Special Use Permit. Staff believes this proposal, as conditioned and based on representations made by the Applicant, meets all applicable standards for a Special Use Permit, as well as those standards specific to Educational Facility Operations. Staff is recommending approval with conditions. Please note that a more detailed analysis of the Standards may be reviewed under Appendix `A' of this staff report. Section 5-250 B—Standards: 1. Consistent with Comprehensive Plan. The proposed Special Use shall be in substantial conformance with the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan, Area Community Plans and any applicable ancillary County adopted documents pertaining to natural resource protection, affordable housing, or infrastructure management. (am 11/08/05) (am.05/08/12) Staff believes the proposal is in substantial conformance with all applicable plans and adopted policy documents. Specifically, the proposal was reviewed against relevant guiding policies, goals, and recommended implementation strategies of the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan and the Mid Valley Community Plan. 2. Compatibility. The Special Use is generally compatible with the existing and currently permissible future uses of adjacent land and other substantially impacted land, services, or infrastructure improvements. (am.05/08/12) Staff believes that the proposal demonstrates substatial conformance with the concept of capatabilty. RBR blends well with the Emma Character of irrigated fields and pastures and widely scattered ranches. Rock Bottom Ranch focuses on agricultural education, sustainable agriculture techniques and land stewardship. The response from 27 10/07/2014 neighbors has been supportive of the efforts of the Ranch to ensure education for ecological literacy, supporting and sustaining natural communities and encouraging environmental stewardship. 3. Zone Districts Standards. The proposed Special Use shall comply with the standards of the zone district in which it is located and any standards applicable to the particular use, as identified in Section 3-310, Review Standards Applicable to Particular Residential, Agricultural and Resource Uses and Section 3-330, Review Standards Applicable to Particular Commercial and Industrial Uses. Section 3-310 does not list specific standards for an "Educational Facility" but RBR will comply with all dimensional limtations specific to the Resource zone district. 4. Design Minimizes Adverse Impact. The design of the proposed Special Use shall reasonably avoid adverse impacts, including visual impacts of the proposed use on adjacent lands including trash, traffic, service delivery, parking and loading, odors, noise, glare, and vibration, or otherwise create a nuisance. (am.05/08/12) Staff believes this proposal minimizes adverse impacts. No areas of natural or geologic are present on the parcel containing Rock Bottom Ranch. Any impacts from development are resrtricted to the building envelope designated by the conservation easement on the property. 5. Design Minimizes Environmental Impact. The proposed Special Use shall minimize environmental impacts and shall not cause significant deterioration of water and air resources, wildlife habitat, scenic resources, and other natural resources. Staff believes this proposal minimizes environmental impacts. Rock Bottom Ranch works through restoration projects, protection of natural resources and enhancing native plant and animal species to ensure minimal impacts to the environment. 6. Impact on Public Facilities. The proposed Special Use shall be adequately served by public facilities and services, including roads, pedestrian paths, potable water and wastewater facilities, parks, schools, police and fire protection, and emergency medical services. Staff belives that this proposal has demonstrated that it can be adequately served by public facilities and services including; roads,paths,potable water,wastewater,police, fire and emergency services. VI. PLANNING COMMISSION DELIBERATION At their regularly scheduled meeting on Seoptember 4th, the Roaring Fork Vally Regional Planning Commission voted unanimously to recommend approval of the Rock Bottom Ranch Special Use Permit. The majoity of questions and deliberation focused on water and water rights on the property. It was made clear that Rock Bottom Ranch had successfully aqired non-exempt well status and an approved augmentation plan/allotment from Basalt Water Conservancy. V. SUGGESTED CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL I move that the Board of County of Commissioners recommends approval of file ZS-5016 with the following condition: 1) Except as otherwise modified by this development permit, all material representations made by the Applicant in this application and in any public meeting shall be adhered to and considered conditions of approval. 2) This Special Use Permit shall be valid for a period of not more than three (3) years prior to actual implementation of the permitted use. Upon implementation of the approved use, such permit shall remain valid, in perpetuity, and shall run with the land thereafter unless an expiration date or exception has been placed upon the permit by the Board of County Commissioners. 28 10/07/2014 VI. REFERRAL RESPONSES Department of Environmental Health-Please reference the attached memorandum dated 8/26/14 as well as Doug Pratte's response to those concerns. Engineering Department-Please reference the attached memorandum dated July 24, 2014. USFS-Please reference the attached memorandum dated August 11th, 2014 expressing support for RBR and their environmental programs. Garfield County- Please reference the attached memorandum from Tamara Allen where she expressed no concerns. RFTA-Please reference the attached memorandum in which Jason White expresses support for the Special Use. BRFPD- Please reference the attached memorandum from Bill Harding dated July 24, 2014 in which fire protection improvements are laid out based on the ranches expansion plans. Adjacent Property Owners: Please reference the letters of support from • Charlie Cole • David Wilson • Sally Cole • Michael and Natalie Carricarte VII. ATTACHMENTS 1) All referral agency comments and adjacent property owner letters received as of this writing. APPENDIX`A' NECESSARY FINDINGS: Chapter II,Article 5, Section 5-250, Special Use Permits Section Purpose: Special Uses are those uses that are not necessarily compatible with other uses allowed in a zone district, but which may be determined compatible with the other uses allowed in the zone district based upon individual review of their location, design, configuration,density and intensity of use, and the imposition of appropriate conditions to ensure the compatibility of the use at a particular location with surrounding land uses. All Special Uses shall meet the standards set forth in this Section. Standards: Section 5-250.B. The issuance of a Special Use Permit shall be dependent upon findings that there is competent evidence that the proposed use as conditioned, fully complies with all the standards of this Section, this Division, this Article, and these Land Use Regulations. The Board of County Commissioners may attach any conditions deemed appropriate to ensure compliance with the following standards, including conformity to a specific site plan, requirements to improve public facilities necessary to serve the Special Use, and limitations on the operating characteristics of the use, or the location or duration of the Special Use Permit. Staff believes this proposal, as conditioned and based on representations made by the Applicant, meets all applicable standards for a Special Use Permit for an Educational Facility. Staff is recommending approval with the outlined conditions. Section 5-250 B—Standards: 29 10/07/2014 1. Consistent with Comprehensive Plan. Eagle County Comprehensive Plan Evaluation EAGLE COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN t ,,t A 8 § „1 A ..t,4 i n -, , , , , 3q. Meets Recommendations X X X X X X X X X Does Not Meet Recommendations Not Applicable X Eagle County Comprehensive Plan Evaluation The `Development' section of the Comprehensive Plan speaks to preserving quality of life attributes, maintaining or enhancing community character, and limiting economic development to a scale and type that is consistent with local character. In this case the large portion of land set aside as a Conservation Easement works to maintain the community character found in the mid-valley area, and contributes to quality of life for visitors and students of ACES and Rock Bottom Ranch by providing a unique educational opporotunity and helping promote stewardship of the surrounding lands. The `Economic Resources' section of the Comprehensive Plan encourages land uses that further support and enhance the regional economic structure and local economic drivers. RBR seeks to continue its agricultural nature and to produce agricultural products to be sold and consumed by local residents. Employee `Housing' is the majority of the development associated with this proposal. All housing proposed with this SUP is to be used as employee housing and meets the definition of affordable housing. Regarding `Infrastructure and Services', Hooks Spur Road is sufficient for the needs of this proposal. Please refer to the Eagle County Engineering memo dated July 24th for specific language. Pertaining to `Water Resources', Wright Water Engineers, Inc has evaluated the water requirements associatedwith the existing and proposed operations of Rock Bottom Ranch. A water allotment contract with the BWCD has been submitted to assure adequate legal water supply to meet the demand at the ranch. Protection of the river bank along RBR will preserve and enhance water quality in the Roaring Fork River. Regarding `Wildlife Resources', as of the writing of this report no comments have been received by CDPW. In a letter from the USFS Karen Shroyer commented "the additional structures at Rock Bottom Ranch will have no negative effects on adjacent property owned by the Forest Service For `Sensitive Lands',RBR has placed 78 acres of land primarily within the floodplain of the Roaring Fork River in a protective Conservation Easement held by the Aspen Valley Land Trust. The `Future Land Use Map' designates the subject property as Rural Agriculture. The Comprehensive Plan expressly recognizes the existing Agricultural uses but is Silent to Educational Facility. Staff Response: 30 10/07/2014 Staff believes the proposal is in substantial conformance with all applicable plans and adopted policy documents. Specifically, the proposal was reviewed against relevant guiding policies, goals, and recommended implementation strategies of the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan and Eagle Area Community Plan. Mid Valley Community Plan Evaluation Policies Policy 1.1.2 Maintain the quality, density and distribution of residential land uses. Rock Bottom Ranch proposes to continue use of the existing accessory agricultural structures and to develop six employee and ranch-hand housing units in the future based on a total parcel size of 113 acres in the Resource Zone District. All future employee housing on site will occur within the identified Activity Envelope, forever protecting 101 acres on the site. Policy 1.1.3 Monitor and manage recreational uses appropriate to the area. Rock Bottom Ranch will continue to promote public environmental education classes and programs for all ages while supporting and sustaining natural communities and encouraging environmental stewardship. The Ranch has demonstrated its' intent for long-term accountability for open space by placing a conservation easement over this vital piece of land. Recreational uses outside of walking and biking are not allowed per the conservation easement. Policy 1.1.4 Assure land use compatibility. Rock Bottom Ranch has demonstrated its' intent to preclude new uses that would interfere with the quiet enjoyment of the neighborhood and preserve the agricultural and ranching operations in the area by placing a conservation easement over the parcel which limits any new development to the 12 acre parcel containing the existing ranch buildings.No zone changes are proposed for this property. Policy 1.1.7 Adhere to the purposes and intents of the Future Land Use map for the Emma Area. Staff feels the current and proposed uses of Rock Bottom Ranch reflect the rural land use purpose and intent for the Emma area as designated on the Future Land Use Map. 2.Design, Character and Appearance Goal 2.1 The character and appearance of Emma is preserved in a manner consistent with the values and expectations of local residents. Policy 2.1.1 Protect and/or enhance elements that contribute to the existing appearance and character of the area. The Roaring Fork River to the north and the Rio Grande trail on the south frames Rock Bottom Ranch. Most of the property is riparian forest and wetlands associated with the Roaring Fork River. 35 acres are irrigated pasture currently managed for livestock, and the remaining few acres include the Field Studies Center and staff housing building renovated in 2003 and 2012, a large hay shed, and several agricultural outbuildings. An existing gravel parking area accommodates 30 vehicles. Policy 2.1.2 Support social and cultural activities and events that contribute to or enhance the rural and agricultural character of the area. Field ecology classes, farming and agricultural arts programs are conducted at RBR for people of all ages. The Ranch provides a location for school programs and summer naturalist programs that offer environmental 31 10/07/2014 education, agricultural education, sustainable agriculture techniques and wild land stewardship for the mid-valley area. 3. Natural Resources and Environmental Quality Goal 3.1 The responsibility for overseeing the utilization and protection of natural resources is appropriately shared between affected stakeholders, management agencies and user groups. Policy 3.1.1 Foster collaboration and public input in the development and implementation of natural resource management plans. Rock Bottom Ranch has demonstrated its intent to protect and manage natural resources by placing a conservation easement over the parcel which limits any new development outside of the 12 acre parcel containing the existing ranch buildings. Policy 3.1.2 Promote understanding and encourage stewardship of local natural resources. This application is supporting the uses at Rock Bottom Ranch by securing the future of an educational facility that promotes stewardship of local natural resources. Goal 3.2 The quality of the natural environment and the function of sensitive lands and natural ecosystems is preserved and protected. Policy 3.2.1 Preserve the visual quality of natural areas. Rock Bottom Ranch has demonstrated its intent to preserve the visual quality of natural areas by placing a conservation easement over the parcel to ensure the protection of visual quality as well as complying with the dimensional limitations of the Resource zone district. Policy 3.2.2 Work to maintain and enhance air quality. Dust suppression on Hooks Spur Road is applied regularly to help prevent any dust problems from vehicle traffic. Rock Bottom Ranch also works to have no exposed soils that could create dust and poor air quality. No open air burning outside of small camp fires is permitted within the Ranch as part of the effort to maintain and enhance air quality. Policy 3.2.3 Preserve and/or enhance water quality and quantity in Emma. Wright Water Engineers, Inc. has evaluated the water requirements associated with the existing and proposed operations of Rock Bottom Ranch. A water allotment contract with the BWCD has been approved to assure adequate legal water supply to meet the demand at the ranch. Protection of the river bank along RBR will preserve and enhance water quality in the Roaring Fork River. Policy 3.2.4 Protect and preserve the quality of wildlife habitat and the vitality of wildlife populations. Landscape restoration projects at Rock Bottom Ranch include revitalizing declining cottonwood forests, enhancing native plant and wildlife diversity in riparian areas, and restoring the vigor of irrigated pastures to the benefit of livestock and wildlife. Policy 3.2.5 Maintain natural hazard areas in an undisturbed condition. Rock Bottom Ranch does not contain areas subject to natural geologic hazards or extreme wildfire hazards. Policy 3.2.6 Protect lands supporting important or unique vegetative communities. Most of Rock Bottom Ranch is riparian forest and wetlands associated with the Roaring Fork River. 32 10/07/2014 Policy 3.2.7 Assure the continued contribution of public lands on the Crown to the quality of natural resources available in the area. RBR does not propose access to the Crown as part of the environmental education activities and sustainable agriculture programs offered at the Ranch. Goal 3.3 Development incorporates appropriate energy and resource efficiencies. Policy 3.3.1 Encourage and/or require the use of alternative energy sources, energy efficient designs and energy efficient fixtures. The focus at RBR is sustainability, and as part of that focus ACES is planning to install a photovoltaic system of solar cells on the west end of the property. Policy 3.3.2 Promote energy and resource efficient lifestyles. As previously stated, the focus at RBR is sustainability and efficient lifestyles. The programs offered at the ranch are all in line with promoting, supporting and sustaining natural communities and encouraging environmental stewardship. 4. Public Services and Infrastructure Goal 4.1 Residents and visitors are provided adequate pubic services. Policy 4.1.1 Assure adequate infrastructure and levels of service appropriate to the rural character of the area. Rock Bottom Ranch currently has an onsite wastewater system installed in 2002, permit #2139A-01 which is included as an Exhibit. The Ranch remains a working ranch consistent with its historical heritage. Irrigation occurs under the historical rights in the Home Supply and Grange & Cerise Ditches, which have operable headgates and measuring devices. There are currently two wells on the property—Well No. 1 primarily provides stockwater, while Well No. 2 provides for the domestic water requirements in the Field Study Center. Well No. 1 will continue to operate as it has historically, as will the irrigation ditches. Well No. 2 will be re-permitted as a non-exempt well, and, therefore, will need an augmentation plan, which has been applied for with BWCD. The complete water report and BWCE contract application is included as an exhibit to this application. Policy 4.1.2 Promote appropriate and efficient vehicular and pedestrian connectivity. An existing parking area accommodates employee and visitor vehicles on the east side of the ranch. A pedestrian trail connects the parking area to the farm yards, outdoor classrooms, Field Studies Center and several agricultural outbuildings. The Rio Grande Trail also provides pedestrian and bicycle access to the property. Policy 4.1.5 Assure public health and safety Rock Bottom Ranch does not contain areas subject to natural geologic hazards or extreme wildfire hazard. Pedestrian trails have been designated within the Ranch creating a safe environment for all visitors. Staff Response: Rock Bottom Ranch's proposal offers a unique opportunity in evaluating a Special Use request in that it has been successfully functioning in the requested capacity for some time now. The current operations and practices seemed to have blended well with the surrounding Emma area and the community's vision for the neighborhood. 33 10/07/2014 2. Compatibility 4m4(0-1'TTTT ("t� North: Single-family Residential Rural No Residential South: AG/Residential Resource NO East: AG/Residential Resource No West.: AG/Residential Resource No �i ;fig: Resource(R) Proposed zoning;y No Change 4l*5flt Conservation Easement/Active Agricultural and Enviro nmental Education : Active agricultural with structures Appx. 113- square feet' square feet Tout tigicArea: acres Tot ''Open X v ,P*vate Yes sewers Publtc :'Private; Yes Via Hooks Spur Road Staff Response: Staff believes that the proposal demonstrates substatial conformance with the concept of capatabilty. RBR blends well with the Emma Character of irrigated fields and pastures and widely scattered ranches. Rock Bottom Ranch focuses on agricultural education, sustainable agriculture techniques and land stewardship. The response from neighbors has been supportive of the efforts of the Ranch to ensure education for ecological literacy, supporting and sustaining natural communities and encouraging environmental stewardship. 3. Zone District Standards. The proposed Special Use shall comply with the standards of the zone district in which it is located and any standards applicable to the particular use, as identified in Section 3-310, Review Standards Applicable to Particular Residential, Agricultural and Resource Uses and Section 3-330, Review Standards Applicable to Particular Commercial and Industrial Uses. Staff Response: Section 3-310 does not list specific satandards for an"Educational Facility" but RBR will comply with all dimensional limtations specific to the Resource zone district 4. Design Minimizes Adverse Impact. The design of the proposed Special reasonably avoid adverse impacts, including visual impacts of the proposed use on adjacent lands including trash, traffic, service delivery,parking and loading, odors, noise, glare, and vibration, or otherwise create a nuisance. 34 10/07/2014 T''041i*-kgkatitiVegqW il X X X X X X X X No r s "s& V 7n w r - t Satisfy 1 Qt 0006able. Staff Response: Staff believes this proposal minimizes adverse impacts. No areas of natural or geologic hazzards are present on the Parcel containing Rock Bottom Ranch. Any impacts from development are resrtricted to the building envelope designated by the conservation Easement on the property. With 78 acres set aside by the Conservation Easement and the limited square footage allotments the parcel is more constrained with regard to development than a typical parcel in the surrounding area. 5. Design Minimizes Environmental Impact. The proposed Special Use shall minimize environmental impacts and shall not cause significant deterioration of water and air resources, wildlife habitat, scenic resources, and other natural resources. a 5 ;g a . 6'' � ' E y ' `S 1 h 1y r;tt{ MrK., ." , .7 r {J Yr, ,,t .i. .... .:. ta�.. �.Amu� te�t' � t x x x x x x x F' Lfoes .i.$.0, t U u s :'0, ,Appl cable Staff Response: Staff believes this proposal minimizes environmental impacts. Rock Bottom Ranch works through restoration projects, protection of natural resources and enhancing native plant and animal species to ensure minimal impacts to the environment. 6. Impact on Public Facilities. The proposed Special Use shall be adequately served by public facilities and services, including roads,pedestrian paths,potable water and wastewater facilities, parks, schools,police and fire protection, and emergency medical services. a r { s �^ f [ t r 4'E ,1; Y t 3 I 4� r11i>� I4 � i may, �gag �S. , ,. 1•`tea .. ' v t "P';.. t _ ,04...` .I _. ..;. C/J. `}a . t$ x x x x , ,r ►ts x >' ct Applbte x x - Staff Response: 35 10/07/2014 Staff belives that this proposal has demonstrated that it can be adequatley served by public facilities and services including;roads,paths,potable water,wastewater,police, fire and emergency services. 7. Site Development Standards. The proposed Special Use shall comply with the appropriate standards in Article 4, Site Development Standards 4 ,. 1 } E3h'�'li 0dY '}t;4 �"t }`hz ".? Sl De .,-. , t ds ��++ r i,°of X,kS�b a x'U°"R . ., 4,SltePOYI tent' no ds 4rA�� t .i it t i t+4f ' , ' , :0.l'' 7. ' :7:2',. , , ,' '''''''''''' :''' , '' ' '''''-,'''''''', '-' , ' ','''''' ''::'":','—:.',,,,',-'4:;:iifi`W,::-Z,i,..V.6;4:',-,-,',: _ ' ' t ,, . ,„, : - r _ , ,',, , , : ' ' ',,' ' 2 ' „,., ,, , - — , , ' ' : ',',-,:s-,,,..:,,,:-.i.L '„Ai ';:.:1' ..:. ' . ' ' '' .'. '',..r. .,,, , , ,, ,, ' -', - '' .. ., ,.„-,,.-„,„::,.':, -; ':,,:',-1,...,.:,,;,,,,ii.4,,,,,,doomoolotesomom, a X Off-Street Parking and Loading Standards(Division 4-1) X Landscaping and Illumination Standards(Division 4-2) X Sign Regulations(Division 4-3) X Wildlife Protection(Section 4-410) X Geologic Hazards(Section 4-420) X Wildfire Protection(Section 4-430) X Wood Burning Controls(Section 4-440) X Ridgeline Protection(Section 4-450) X Environmental Impact Report(Section 4-460) X Commercial and Industrial Performance Standards(Division 4-5) X Noise and Vibration(Section 4-520) X Smoke and Particulates(Section 4-530) X Heat, Glare,Radiation and Electrical Interference(Section 4-540) X Storage of Hazardous and Non-hazardous Materials(Section 4-550) X Water Quality Standards(Section 4-560) X Roadway Standards(Section 4-620) X Sidewalk and Trail Standards(Section 4-630) X Irrigation System Standards(Section 4-640) X Drainage Standards(Section 4-650) X Grading and Erosion Control Standards(Section 4-660) X Utility and Lighting Standards(Section 4-670) X Water Supply Standards(Section 4-680) X Sanitary Sewage Disposal Standards(Section 4-690) X Impact Fees and Land Dedication Standards(Division 4-7) Staff Response: The existing and proposed special uses are both in compliance with all appropriate standards found in Article 4, Site Development Standards, of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations, including: 36 10/07/2014 a) Off-Street Parking and Loading b)Landscaping and Illumination c)Wildlife Protection d)Geologic Hazards e)Wildfire Protection f)Environmental Impact Report g)Commercial and Industrial Performance Standards h)Noise and Vibration i) Smoke and Particulates j)Heat, Glare,Radiation and Electrical Interference k) Storage of Hazardous and Non-hazardous Materials 1)Water Quality Standards m)Roadway Standards n)Drainage Standards o)Grading and Erosion Control Standards p)Utility and Lighting Standards q)Impact Fees and Land Dedication Standards This Special Use proposal to extend the allowable hours of operation, as conditioned, will not alter compliance with the applicable county Site Development Standards. 8. Other Provisions. The proposed Special Use shall comply with all standards imposed on it by all other applicable provisions of these Land Use Regulations for use, layout, and general development characteristics. Staff Response: As conditioned, the proposal complies with all standards imposed upon it by all applicable provisions of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations. DISCUSSION: Commissioner Fisher was not present. Mr.Hanagan introduced Doug Pratte from the Land Studio and Chris Lane,ACES Chief Executive Officer. As part of the presentation there was a video from ACES Chris Lane introduced Connor Coleman of the Aspen Valley Land Trust,Jason Smith; ACES Site:Director, Katie Schwoerer; ACES Finance&HR Director, and John Kelly with Brightwater Engineers. Mr. Hanagan stated that the request fell under the definition of educational facility. The facility was a residential camp and day camp. The applicants were requesting approximately 3,100 on-site student visits annually,youth classes and programs, adult classes and programs, general public visits, farm tours, community events, sustainable agriculture dinners,birthday parties,retreats, overnight field trips, and community gardens. They were also requesting permission to expand the educational and office space, employee and ranch-hand housing, and habitable residential floor area. All habitable space on the parcel was governed by the conservation 37 10/07/2014 easement. They would like to continue hosting mass gatherings similar to the Fall Harvest Party but would still be required to go through the Limited Review Process for 500 or more. The proposal also included adding up to four 1,000-1,200 square foot green houses for food production demonstrations. The Special Use Permit had seven standards it must meet. The site was zoned resource in 1974 and historically the site had been used as an agricultural property and location for ACES since 1999. The Mid Valley Community Plan identified the property as rural agricultural. Adjacent property owners were notified. Staff received four letters of support and no letters of concerns. He reviewed the Special Use Standards. ACES had been functioning as is for many years and there had never been any issues. The site development standards had to do with lighting signage and there were no issues. In terms of conditions, staff recommended two conditions. Doug Pratte spoke about the community benefits and programs offered by ACES. Rock Bottom Ranch was acquired by ACES in 1999 and was a 113 acre refuge of wild,wet and green in the increasingly developed Mid Valley. ACES educated over 4,600 students every school year. He reviewed the list of standards and believed the request met all them and asked for the board's support. Approval would formalize existing uses and address future programs. Commissioner Chandler-Henry asked about the staff housing and square footage proposed for the units. Mr. Pratte stated that they were proposing up to six residences for agricultural staff and educators. There were currently two residences. The allowed square footage was less than 10,000 square feet. Commissioner Chandler-Henry asked if Aspen Valley Land Trust had any concerns. Mr. Coleman stated that they had been working closely with ACES since 1999 and had no concerns. Commissioner Chandler-Henry spoke about the letter from the Fire Marshall that identified several potential safety requirements. She wondered if they were all doable. Mr. Pratte believed they received good direction. Commissioner Chandler-Henry stated that there was a letter of support missing from David Wilson. She asked if there could be an addendum to the staff report that showed the entire property being in the conservation easement. Chairman Ryan asked about the other types of mass gatherings that took place on the property and how they handled the parking. Mr. Lane stated that there was one parking area that held about 30 cars. They require shuttles if any events exceeded a certain number and they did not allow parking on the road. Chairman Ryan opened public comment. Laura Kim presented a letter to the commissioners. Although her family supported Rock Bottom Ranch they were concerned with many of the uses. The ranch was located in a sensitive wetlands area. Upon reviewing the communication they received from ACES last May,they did not see the information regarding some of the uses. They did not see any information for the Special Use Permit for a Resort Recreational Facility that seemed necessary for the overnight accommodations. They understood there were plans for a commercial kitchen but did not see that in the written description either. She wondered if the application covered all the current uses. Mr. Pratte stated that the facility was set up to be an Educational Facility and not a Resort Recreational Facility. He believed that the uses mentioned by Ms.Kim had been considered. Anything related to the project was related to supporting educational efforts. Mr. Lane stated that every event required an educational component. Mr. Hanagan stated that staff believed that the majority of the uses were educational and the educational facility definition was the most appropriate. Mr. Pratte read through the list of uses in the traffic report. They considered special events and how the site would be impacted by traffic. Chairman Ryan asked if there were any events in the letter that would not fall under the special use permit. Mr.Hanagan stated that staff found the best fit for the facility. The facility would be titled as an educational facility and there were no specifics,what was being requested was being considered by the board. Every special use permit was unique. Commissioner Chandler-Henry asked about the sale of farm products. Mr.Hanagan stated that there was a definition of farm stand and a ranch in the Eagle County Land Use Regulations. The commissioners could approve anything as part of this special use. By saying"yes"to what was being proposed,the use would be included in the approval and the board did not need to make any special provisions. 38 10/07/2014 Commissioner Chandler-Henry suggested that in future communications,the uses be clarified. Mr. Coleman stated that the when the property was granted funding by GOCO in 1999,the purpose was for conservation and environmental education. Products that were produced and developed on the ranch fell under the definition of Cottage Industry and could be sold. Commissioner Chandler-Henry thanked the applicant for their application. She believed the area was a jewel and she was grateful for the cooperation between Pitkin County, Garfield County, and Eagle County. This was another good example of jurisdictional boundaries not dictating what might happen on a parcel. The property and its connection to the open space along the Crown was a benefit. The food production was an important piece as well. Chairman Ryan spoke about environmental sustainability. Educating the next generation, conservation, and local food production was something the county should be proud of and support. Chairman Ryan closed public comment. Commissioner Chandler-Henry moved to approve file no. ZS-4907 / Special Use Permit for the Rock Bottom Ranch with the conditions. Chairman Ryan seconded the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners,the vote was declared unanimous. There being no further business before the : - . - -ting was ad''tuned until October 14, 20 4. 191P byl Attest: 1'. . .�.� L.�_ * _ / ' Clerk to the Board r %Rpm° hai r fn op- u 39 10/07/2014