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Minutes 11/18/14 PUBLIC HEARING November 18, 2014 Present: Jill Ryan Chairman Sara Fisher Commissioner Kathy Chandler-Henry Commissioner 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 October 2014 Vendor Type Amount 1001 General Fund A2M4SEEN LLLP Supplies 136.01 ABC LEGAL SERVICES,INC. Civil Refunds 9.20 ACT TELECONFERENCING SERVICES,INC Services 85.91 ADP Services 12,287.63 ADP SCREENING&SELECTION SERVICES Services 635.30 AIR COMPRESSOR SERVICE Services 301.98 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED Services 149.22 ALG ATTORNEYS,PLLC Civil Refunds 16.00 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 255.00 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY Supplies 248.98 AMANDA BAY Services Reimbursement 226.24 AMANDA BAY Services Reimbursement 96.32 AMANDA ROSINSKI Services Reimbursement 40.84 AMICH&JENKS,INC Services 120.00 AMY BALDWIN Services Reimbursement 30.24 AMY SZCZESNY Payroll 129.52 ANA MENDOZA Services Reimbursement 360.00 ANDREA WEBER Supplies Reimbursement 15.22 ANISSA BERGE Services Reimbursement 176.96 APPLIED TRUST INC. Services 1,262.50 ARAMARK COMPANY Supplies 212.87 ASPEN BOARD OF REALTORS Services 204.00 AT&T Services 2,849.13 AUSTIN M.GIBBONS SR. Civil Refunds 44.80 AV-TECH ELECTRONICS,INC Services 46.75 AVON CENTER AT BEAVER CREEK I HOA Services 2,555.61 AVON COMMERCIAL OWNERS ASSOCIATION Services 1,910.99 BALCOMB AND GREEN Services 2,728.80 BASELINE ASSOCIATES,INC Services 490.00 BENJAMIN LINSCOTT Services Reimbursement 232.40 BENJAMIN LINSCOTT Services Reimbursement 42.00 BETH AYRES OLIVER Services Reimbursement 113.60 1 11/18/2014 BETH DOBRANSKY Services Reimbursement 293.44 BETH DOBRANSKY Payroll 884.04 BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS COMPANY,LLC Supplies 4,853.44 BILL BAKER Supplies Reimbursement 3.18 BOARD OF REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS Services 787.00 BORDEN DAIRY COMPANY Supplies 1,297.15 BRIAN J MUENCH,PC ATTORNEY AT LAW Civil Refunds 19.00 BRYAN TREU Services Reimbursement 179.08 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Services 700.00 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Services 214.25 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 1,599.61 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 53.05 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 53.62 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 374.99 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 166.92 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 401.72 CARDIFF CORP. Services 1,904.00 CASTILLO,HUGO Services 500.00 CASTLE PEAK VETERINARY SERVICE INC Services 20.00 CCI FOUNDATION,INC Services 700.00 CDW LLC Services 19,445.57 CDW LLC Supplies 7,995.86 CDW LLC Supplies 30.71 CED CONSOLIDATED ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTORS Supplies 3,198.24 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 365.88 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 450.24 CENTURYLINK Services 35,127.05 CHELSEA HORN Supplies Reimbursement 40.13 CHEMA TOX LABORATORY,INC Services 840.00 CHERYL L.PALLER;THOMAS A.GIRARD Services 2,850.00 CHSDA Services 1,500.00 CIRSA Civil Refunds 25.83 CISCO SYSTEMS,INC Services 308.88 CISCO SYSTEMS,INC Services 936.00 CITADEL SECURITY&INVESTIGATIONS Services 17,170.00 CLIFF SIMONTON Services Reimbursement 188.29 CMS COMMUNICATIONS INC Supplies 690.00 COLLEEN WIRTH Services 29.00 COLORADO ASSESSORS ASSOCIATION Services 90.00 COLORADO ASSESSORS ASSOCIATION Services 325.00 COLORADO COUNTY ATTORNEY ASSOCIATION Services 275.00 COLORADO CUSTOMWARE USER GROUP,INC Services 150.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURE Services 100.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIROMEN Services 521.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY Unclaimed Property 328.03 COLORADO DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S COUNCIL Supplies 350.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE Services 3,920.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE Services 1,789.00 2 11/18/2014 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Services 1,054.98 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Services 3,509.48 COLORADO OUTDOOR RETAIL GROUP,INC Supplies 631.90 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY Services 370.00 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY Services 536.00 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY Services 20,447.00 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH INC Services 170.00 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH INC Services 64.14 COMCAST CORPORATION Services 595.67 COMPUTER SITES INC Services 382.50 COMPUTER SITES INC Services 5,856.00 CONSERVE A WATT LIGHTING INC Supplies 475.00 CONSERVICE LLC Services 34.27 CONSERVICE LLC Services 38.95 CONSERVICE LLC Services 38.02 CONSERVICE LLC Services 67.90 CONSERVICE LLC Services 6.06 COPY PLUS Supplies 75.87 CORRECTIONAL HEALTHCARE COMPANIES,INC Services 22,715.49 . CUTWATER INVESTOR SERVICES CORP Services 11,809.63 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 20,670.48 DALY PROPERTY SERVICES Services 942.14 DAN CORCORAN PLS Services 750.00 DANIELA LEWY Services 5,000.00 DAVID A BAUER Civil Refunds 19.00 DAVID O.MARLOW,INC Civil Refunds 26.80 DECATUR ELECTRONICS INC Services 275.00 DECATUR ELECTRONICS INC Services 275.00 DENISE MATTHEWS Services Reimbursement 182.45 DENISE MATTHEWS Supplies Reimbursement 10.69 DENNIS WILLEY Services Reimbursement 203.00 DIRECT TV Services 3.99 DMA SPORTS LABS USA,LLC Services 950.00 DOCTORS ON CALL Services 280.00 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 147,996.68 EAGLE COUNTY HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Supplies 75.00 EAGLE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Services 375.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Services 50.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 740,155.22 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 2,416.57 Property Tax EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Reimbursement 208.69 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 385.80 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 704.13 EAGLE RIVER YOUTH COALITION Supplies 1,683.72 EAGLE VALLEY EVENTS INC Services 2,000.00 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS Services 8,100.00 EDWARDS COMMUNITY AUTHORITY Services 1,047.50 ENCORE ELECTRIC,INC. Services 3,973.62 3 11/18/2014 EVA WILSON Services Reimbursement 150.00 EVA WILSON Services Reimbursement 191.63 EVANGELINA MUNOZ-RUIZ Services Reimbursement 53.76 EVANGELINA MUNOZ-RUIZ Services Reimbursement 120.00 EVERETT FAMILY FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY Services 505.00 EXECUCOM Services 65.00 EZ MESSENGER Civil Refunds 19.00 FEDERAL EXPRESS Services 5.29 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INCORPORATED Supplies 231.99 FIRKINS GARAGE DOORS INC Services 1,805.00 FIRKINS GARAGE DOORS INC Supplies 7,000.00 Forbes Magazine Supplies 21.99 Forrest Shoemaker Services 200.00 FRANCY LAW FIRM,PLLC Civil Refunds 19.00 FRANK J BALL Civil Refunds 51.40 FRANKLIN COVEY CLIENT SALE,INC. Services 24,480.00 G&S TOOL CLINIC,LLC Supplies 67.25 G&S TOOL CLINIC,LLC Supplies 44.48 GABRIELA MATA Services 43.68 GARFIELD AND HECHT PC Civil Refunds 27.40 GCASA II,LLC Collateral Return 326,106.00 GEOFF HEIL Services 75.32 GPS SERVERS,LLC Civil Refunds 17.20 GRAINGER INC Supplies 42.10 GRAN FARNUM PRINTING AND PUBLISHING Services 4,079.11 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 1,153.38 GREAT AMERICAN FINANCIAL SERVICES CORPORATION Services 653.25 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 206,214.00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 22,972.04 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 11,789.41 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 35,682.68 GREG WESTFALL Services 1,000.00 GYPSUM ANIMAL HOSPITAL,INC Services 1,224.18 HAJOCA CORPORATION Supplies 783.84 HART INTERCIVIC INC Services 190.00 HART INTERCIVIC INC Supplies 73.05 Helena Chemical Company Supplies 233.75 HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS Services 88.95 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES INC Supplies 207.13 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 21,250.45 HVAC SUPPLY Supplies 69.40 INSTITUTE FOR HEALTHCARE ADVANCEMENT Supplies 1,118.00 INTERMOUNTAIN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES,INC. Services 198.00 INTERMOUNTAIN LOCK Supplies 433.89 IRENE FIGUEROA Services Reimbursement 57.12 ISC,INC. Services 9,685.00 ISC,INC. Supplies 27,009.04 JEANNETTE GAYLORD LORCH Services 143.36 JEFF PIEPER Services 325.92 4 11/18/2014 1 JEFFERSON COUNTY Services 446.48 JENNY LEONETTI Supplies 138.57 JERRY CHENEY Services 3,735.00 JILL HUNSAKER RYAN Services Reimbursement 118.16 JOHN LEWIS Services Reimbursement 261.43 KARA BETTIS CORONER Services Reimbursement 89.90 KARA BETTIS CORONER Services Reimbursement 75.60 KAREN VALAS Services Reimbursement 50.00 KATHERINE MILLER Services Reimbursement 154.56 KATHY CHANDLER-HENRY Services Reimbursement 866.88 KELLY JO MUNDHENKE Services Reimbursement 49.28 KENCO INC. Supplies 201.84 KESSLER MARY J Services Reimbursement 151.20 KRISTINA BIRK Services Reimbursement 210.00 Lansky,Weigler&Porter,P.C. Civil Refunds 66.20 Law Office of Fowler,Schimberg&Flanagan Civil Refunds 44.00 LAW OFFICES OF CONMY FESTE,LTD Civil Refunds 19.00 LEWAN AND ASSOCIATES INC Services 5,978.68 LEWAN AND ASSOCIATES INC Services 476.00 LEXISNEXIS RISK DATA MANAGEMENT,INC Services 37.85 LIFELINE TRAINING,LTD Services 199.00 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Services 8,287.88 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 4,069.68 LINDA MCCAY Supplies 93.50 LOOMIS ARMORED US,LLC Services 354.38 LORI SIEFERS Supplies Reimbursement 9.30 MACHOL AND JOHANNES Civil Refunds 19.00 MAGGIE SWONGER Services Reimbursement 488.32 MARI RENZELMAN Services Reimbursement 231.66 Maria Elizalde Services Reimbursement 153.10 MARY ANN RICHARDS Supplies 4,793.50 MATTHEW BENDER&COMPANY,INC, Services 2,209.22 MCMAHAN AND ASSOCIATES LLC Services 31,300.00 MELINA VALSECIA-MONREAL Services Reimbursement 157.69 MELINA VALSECIA-MONREAL Services Reimbursement 252.27 MELINA VALSECIA-MONREAL Supplies Reimbursement 9.93 MELISSA ZINTSMASTER Services Reimbursement 62.72 MICHELLE DIBOS Services Reimbursement 64.96 MICHELLE DIBOS Services Reimbursement 57.12 MID VALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT Services 372.30 MID VALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT Services 59.23 Mitchell Saalfeld Services 8.74 Mitchell Saalfeld Services 3.02 MOBILE VISION INC Supplies 2,832.50 MOTOROLA Supplies 3,664.85 MOTOROLA Supplies 3,161.25 MOUNTAIN COMMUNICATIONS Services 24.00 MOUNTAIN PEST CONTROL,INC. Services 1,045.00 MOUNTAIN STATES EMPLOYERS COUNCIL INCORPORATED Services 69.00 5 11/18/2014 MOUNTAIN TOP VENTURES,INC. Services 1,664.28 MOUNTAIN TOP VENTURES,INC. Services 827.50 MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 799.91 NARDA REIGEL Services 2,600.00 NATALIE ROSE HEWITT Services 420.00 NICOLETTI-FLATER ASSOCIATES,PLLP Services 1,000.00 NOLA NICHOLSON Services Reimbursement 215.04 NOLA NICHOLSON Payroll 129.52 NRC BROADCASTING MOUNTAIN GROUP,LLC Services 230.00 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 54.76 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 1,948.72 OLDCASTLE SW GROUP,INC Supplies 1,104.25 ONTIVEROS,LUPE Services Reimbursement 66.90 OUTDOOR GEAR,INC Supplies 2,384.71 PACIFIC COAST ATTORNEY SERVICES Civil Refunds 15.40 PAINT BUCKET Supplies 10.97 PAPER WISE Services 457.00 PARENTS AS TEACHERS NATIONAL CENTER Services 2,550.00 PATRICIA HAMMON, Services 1,000.00 PATRICIA HAMMON, Services 58.24 PEAK PERFORMANCE COPIER&SUPPLY,INC Services 71.08 PECKHAM&MCKENNEY Services 7,390.42 PIERCE,LINDA Supplies 250.00 PINYON MESA AUTOMATICS Services 290.50 PITNEY BOWES Services 261.50 PITNEY BOWES Services 354.74 PRECINCT POLICE PRODUCTS Supplies 103.45 PROFORMA H2R MARKETING GROUP Services 65.00 PROFORMA H2R MARKETING GROUP Services 65.00 ProVest,LLC Civil Refunds 22.00 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 35.36 QUALYS,INC Services 49.37 QUEST DIAGNOSTICS Services 183.38 RACHEL OYS Services Reimbursement 125.00 RACHEL OYS Services Reimbursement 210.49 REYNA MEDRANO Services Reimbursement 48.94 ROBERT A.KURTZMAN Services 5,132.00 ROBERT ALLEN GENTRY Services 500.00 ROBERT NARRACCI Services 40.00 ROBERTA E ARNDT Services Reimbursement 578.94 ROD'S PAINTING,INC. Services 2,365.00 RUGGS BENEDICK,INC. Services 8,130.77 SAMARITAN CENTER OF THE ROCKIES Services 210.00 SCOTT LINGLE Services Reimbursement 120.00 SECURITY TRANSPORT SERVICES INCORPORATED Services 577.70 SEXTON,KEN Services 136.08 SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION Supplies -18.41 SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION Supplies 4,709.16 SHANNON BUNNELL Services 23.52 6 11/18/2014 SHANNON KENT Services 1,380.00 SHEAFFER KAREN Services Reimbursement 574.05 SIGNATURE SIGNS INC Supplies 30.00 SILVIA RAMIREZ Services 6.00 Snell&Wilmer Civil Refunds 19.00 SOTO,ROSA ERICKA Services 500.00 SOURCE GAS Services 3,915.20 SPECTRUM INTERIORS,LLC Services 1,400.00 STAPLES ADVANTAGE Supplies 66.24 STAY LEGAL SERVICES,LLC Civil Refunds 19.00 STELLA GILES Supplies Reimbursement 466.37 STEPHANIE PALMER Services 5,000.00 Stephen Laterra Civil Refunds 19.00 STEPHEN M.CARVER SR. Services 250.00 STEVE KAUFMAN Services 780.00 STEVEN NOFZIGER Services 100.00 STEVENS LITTMAN BIDDISON THARP WEINBERG LLC Civil Refunds 104.40 SULLIVAN GREEN SEAVY LLC Services 4,103.00 TARRANT ENTERPRISES,INC Services 760.00 TEACHING STRATEGIES,LLC Services 173.13 TEAK SIMONTON Services Reimbursement 9.69 TEAK SIMONTON Services Reimbursement 17,209.57 TEAK SIMONTON Services Reimbursement 565.76 TEAK SIMONTON Supplies 289.98 TEAK SIMONTON Supplies 61.74 THE CASTLE LAW GROUP,LLC Civil Refunds 227.00 THE FOUNDATION OF TRUSTEES FOR FAMILY LEARNING CEN Services 17,715.67 THE GOURMET COWBOY Supplies 37.50 THE VAIL CORPORATION Services 3,230.00 THERESA RENO Services 740.00 THOMPSON WEST GROUP Services 4,369.88 TOM HYATT Services Reimbursement 8.20 TOM HYATT Supplies Reimbursement 86.93 TONI ROZANSKI Services Reimbursement 109.20 TOWN OF EAGLE Services 4,444.00 TOWN OF EAGLE Services 6,499.75 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 127.89 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 189.77 TRANSUNION RISK AND ALTERNATIVE DATA SOLUTIONS,INC Services 12.75 TRI COUNTY FIRE PROTECTION INC Services 63.00 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES,INC Services 30.00 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES,INC Services 2,625.00 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES,INC Services 12,920.00 TYSON T IVIE Services 625.00 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE Services 7.35 UNITED REPROGRAPHIC Services 189.00 UNITED REPROGRAPHIC Supplies 157.92 US FOOD SERVICE INC Supplies 1,645.53 US FOODS,INC Supplies 6,194.94 7 11/18/2014 VAIL BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE Services 2,925.00 VAIL ELECTRONICS,INC. Services 302.50 VAIL ELECTRONICS,INC. Supplies 1,399.21 VAIL HONEYWAGON LTD Services 11.77 VAIL MOUNTAIN RESCUE GROUP Capital 9,291.00 VAIL VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER Services 274.62 VAIL VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER Community Grants 1,438.00 VAIL VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER Donation 554.00 VALLEY ELECTRIC SUPPLY INC. Supplies 54.07 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 41.98 VALUE WEST,INC Services 7,300.00 VAQUERA,DAMARI Services Reimbursement 500.00 VERIZON WIRELESS INC Services 7,127.71 VERIZON WIRELESS INC Supplies 249.99 VERONICA MARTINEZ-PLIEGO Civil Refunds 36.00 Veronica Munoz Luna Civil Refunds 21.80 VINCI LAW OFFICE Civil Refunds 19.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 95.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 13,085.44 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,180.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 277.15 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 44.07 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 3,175.82 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 703.40 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 95.69 VISA CARD SERVICES Services' 3,211.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 56.85 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 680.31 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 3,169.95 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 21.74 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 401.22 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,785.31 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 65.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 155.36 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 12,835.40 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 380.90 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 2,655.30 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 149.69 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 2,187.68 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 731.21 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 450.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 2,199.80 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 658.63 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 74.10 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 251.04 VISION SECURITY LLC Services 330.00 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 7,011.50 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 10,178.04 Wakefield&Associates,Inc. Civil Refunds 158.40 8 11/18/2014 WELLS FARGO BANK,N.A. Services 60.00 WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL LEASING Capital 733.96 WENTWORTH,GLENDA Services Reimbursement 366.37 WENTWORTH,GLENDA Supplies Reimbursement 7.50 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 112.95 WILLIAM J WILEY Civil Refunds 9.00 WILLITS GENERAL STORE Services 8.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 18.99 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 325.22 WYN T TAYLOR Civil Refunds 18.30 XCEL ENERGY Services 47.38 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 530.95 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 3,213.46 YETIS GRIND Services 35.05 1001 General Fund Total 2,190,014.13 1100 Road and Bridge Fund BLAKE MARTIN Supplies 77.21 BLUE TARP FINANCIAL,INC. Supplies 334.46 CARDIFF CORP. Services 450.00 CRAWFORD PROPERTIES LLC Services 1,125.45 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 692.74 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 184,649.55 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 124,872.31 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 66.22 ENVIROTECH SERVICES,INC. Supplies 5,212.64 GMCO CORPORATION Supplies 61,975.65 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 99.46 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 16,232.36 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 218.70 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 225.00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 5,371.51 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 689.66 IDEAL FENCING CORPORATION Services 9,500.00 INTERMOUNTAIN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES,INC. Services 70.00 J.S.Lengel and Associates,Inc. Services 4,500.00 JOHN JAMES ALLEN Collateral Return 2,000.00 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 426.16 Marvin Laman Jr Supplies 75.00 MATT JARAMILLO Services 41.20 MICHAEL HAMBERG Collateral Return 250.00 MICHAEL J.RUBIO Collateral Return 250.00 MID VALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT Services 141.53 OLDCASTLE SW GROUP,INC Capital 482,759.43 PAPER WISE Services 21.00 RAYMOND LONG Services 48.60 RICK ETTLES Supplies 100.00 ROAD SAFE TRAFFIC SYSTEMS Supplies 1,223.46 ROARING FORK VALLEY COOP Supplies 241.20 9 11/18/2014 ROARING FORK VALLEY COOP Supplies 24.05 SOURCE GAS Services 84.29 STAPLES ADVANTAGE Supplies 89.96 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 200.98 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 194.73 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 67.67 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 78.72 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,544.91 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 50.51 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 701.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 34.10 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 117.59 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 146.55 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 49.80 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 97.79 YAMPA VALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION Services 106.77 YOUR PARTS HAUS CORP Supplies 24.08 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE Services 100.46 1100 Road and Bridge Fund Total 907 654.46 1110 Social Services Fund ALISON D CASIAS Services 12,600.00 ANDREA LARKIN Services Reimbursement 252.56 ANDREA LARKIN Services Reimbursement 131.04 ASHLEE QUINTANA Reimbursement 26.00 CAMILA STEFLI Services 59.36 CANDACE EVES Services Reimbursement 10.86 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 30.37 CARLY CHEATHAM Services Reimbursement 202.72 CARRIE SHEPARD Services Reimbursement 14.89 CIARA ALYSSA COLEMAN Services Reimbursement 667.08 CISCO SYSTEMS,INC Services 1,263.60 CISCO SYSTEMS,INC Services 140.40 CLETO CALDERON SOLORZANO Services 210.49 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH INC Services 320.70 DISCOVER GOODWILL OF SOUTHERN AND WESTERN COLORADO Services 1,406.76 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT Services 20.00 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 52,091.23 EAGLE COUNTY HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Services 12.50 EAGLE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Services 12,640.27 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 234,957.36 EAGLE SINCLAIR Services 99.97 EAGLE SINCLAIR Services 50.00 ELISSA BARAHONA Services Reimbursement 961.61 FYS SERVICES,INC Services 4,648.88 GARFIELD COUNTY Services 300.00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 27,890.42 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,746.90 10 11/18/2014 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 4,173.06 HOLLY KASPER Services Reimbursement 62.72 HOLLY KASPER Services Reimbursement 108.64 HOLLY KASPER Services Reimbursement 5.60 ISABEL SANCHEZ Services Reimbursement 13.89 ISABEL SANCHEZ Services Reimbursement 10.00 JESSICA WACLAWSKI Services Reimbursement 94.25 JOANNE M.ROCK Services 25.35 Julio C.Serna Services 104.71 KENDRA SCHLEFF Services Reimbursement 198.80 LARA HEATHER LAWDERMILK Services Reimbursement 40.32 LEXISNEXIS RISK DATA MANAGEMENT,INC Services 69.45 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 584.24 LYONS,KATHLEEN Services Reimbursement 58.24 MARIA DAWSON Services Reimbursement 531.58 MARIA DAWSON Services Reimbursement 148.40 MARIA DAWSON Services Reimbursement 208.32 MARICELA PINELA Services Reimbursement 62.72 MEGAN BURCH Services Reimbursement 114.49 MEGAN BURCH Services Reimbursement 5.60 MEGAN BURCH Services Reimbursement 108.64 MEGAN BURCH Supplies Reimbursement 17.64 MELISSA BARBOUR Services Reimbursement 245.28 MICHELLE DIBOS Services Reimbursement 73.92 MONICA CASILLAS Services 100.79 Montrose County Sheriff Services 40.00 NATHAN YOUNG Services Reimbursement 141.12 NATHAN YOUNG Services Reimbursement 218.40 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 63.50 PITKIN COUNTY Services 17,837.84 PITKIN COUNTY Services 65.00 RDDT,INC. Services 25.00 ROCK HOLDINGS,INC. Services 784.84 RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES OF DENVER,INC Services 280.00 ROSA REA Services Reimbursement 77.66 SARAH LUBEN Services Reimbursement 312.48 SONIA ACOSTA Services Reimbursement 30.80 SONIA ACOSTA Services Reimbursement 98.00 SONIA ACOSTA Services Reimbursement 188.16 STATE FORMS PUBLICATIONS Services 74.03 STATE OF COLORADO Services 16.50 THE FOUNDATION OF TRUSTEES FOR FAMILY LEARNING CEN Services 644.17 THE VAIL CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER Services 4,404.01 TONI ROZANSKI Services Reimbursement 308.56 VERIZON WIRELESS INC Services 1,640.08 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 531.79 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 86.25 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 401.39 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 165.66 11 11/18/2014 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 97.11 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 202.60 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 412.56 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 341.07 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 195.31 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 13.08 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 72.71 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 2,755.00 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 833.86 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 115.66 YOLANDA M.THIERFELDER Services Reimbursement 44.80 YOLANDA M.THIERFELDER Services Reimbursement 143.36 1110 Social Services Fund Total 393,584.98 1151 Sales Tax E.V.Transp. ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY Supplies 15.75 AT&T Services 1,610.58 CDW LLC Supplies 1,463.18 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 1,536.66 CENTURYLINK Services 353.38 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 5,302.45 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY Unclaimed Property 7.48 COMPLIANCE ALLIANCE INC Services 785.00 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 724.96 D'Errico,Richard Payroll 304.17 DOCTORS ON CALL Services 405.00 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 216,177.79 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 600,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 299,612.07 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 30,017.98 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,785.93 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 89.39 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 4,118.90 GREGORY BARRETT Supplies Reimbursement 64.12 INNOVATIVE ENERGY Services 1,757.85 JARED BARNES Services 128.80 JC CONSTRUCTION&EXCAVATING,INC Services 3,527.00 JP TRUCKING INCORPORATED Services 700.00 JUAN REYES Services 119.84 KSKE NRC BROADCASTING Services 542.00 LEADVILLE SANITATION DISTRICT Services 41.00 LEWAN AND ASSOCIATES INC Services 3,052.15 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 823.10 LOOMIS ARMORED US,LLC Services 118.69 MYRON CORP Services 246.35 NEXTEL • Services 1,518.38 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 478.30 PARKVILLE WATER DISTRICT Services 63.25 PIEDMONT PLASTICS Supplies 508.34 12 11/18/2014 RAE CONSULTANTS,INC Services 2,450.00 SAMBA HOLDINGS,INC. Services 131.75 SOURCE GAS Services 59.77 STAPLES ADVANTAGE Supplies 83.99 STEVEN HAGEN Services 17.00 THE JANEK CORPORATION Services 300.00 TOWN OF AVON Services 100.13 TOWN OF AVON Supplies 8,361.38 TOWN OF AVON Service 9,764.75 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 219.25 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 212.43 TRI COUNTY FIRE PROTECTION INC Services 677.80 VICTOR MARK DONALDSON ARCHITECTS Services 968.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 943.75 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 24.05 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 357.38 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 75.02 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 15.16 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 573.96 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 41.45 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 7.60 XCEL ENERGY Services 558.59 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 924.06 1151 Sales Tax E.V.Transp.Total 1,204,867.11 1152 Sales Tax E.V.Trails ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY Supplies 383.33 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Services 210.00 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 977.38 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 14,809.78 ELLIE CARYL Supplies 59.80 GARY THORNTON Services 85.00 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 512.52 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Capital 192.96 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,680.78 OLDCASTLE SW GROUP,INC Capital 1,639.01 VAN DIEST SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 371.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 12.50 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 411.55 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 106.65 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 84.70 1152 Sales Tax E.V.Trails Total 21,536.96 1155 Transportation Capital ELAM CONSTRUCTION INC Capital 31,254.00 1155 Transportation Capital Total 31,254.00 1160 Airport Fund 13 11/18/2014 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED Supplies 234.72 ALEX EVERMAN Services 951.62 ALEX EVERMAN Supplies 75.35 ALPINE ARMS Supplies 93.49 AMERICAN LINEN Services 236.20 CAMPBELL-HILL AVIATION GROUP,LLC Services 8,503.29 CDW LLC Supplies 1,473.11 CED CONSOLIDATED ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTORS Supplies 1,055.30 CENTURYLINK Services 1,604.58 CHRIS ANDERSON Services Reimbursement 17.03 CHRIS ANDERSON Supplies Reimbursement 54.64 CHRIS ANDERSON Supplies Reimbursement 19.56 CHRISTINA ANNE COCKREAM Services 1,000.00 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 5,350.17 COMPLIANCE ALLIANCE INC Services 305.00 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 1,824.00 DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY Services 33,188.75 DFW AIRPORT BOARD Services 800.00 DOCTORS ON CALL Services 50.00 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 73,778.35 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 141,829.83 FCI CONSTRUCTION,INC. Capital 131,429.65 FIRE SPRINKLER SERVICES Services 1,475.00 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 58.44 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 17,022.90 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 416.53 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 5,552.19 GREG PHILLIPS Services Reimbursement 406.79 HARMONY ENERGY,INC Services 1,322.30 HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS Services 75.80 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 5,142.14 INVISION COMMUNICATIONS,LLC Services 105.00 JEFFREY A.BROWNBACK Services 156.96 JVIATION,INC Capital 40,877.36 JVIATION,INC Capital 97,633.99 KAPLAN KIRSCH&ROCKWELL,LLP Services 26.50 KEVIN PFEIFFER Services 2,000.00 KOLBE STRIPING,INC. Supplies 24,203.22 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 188.60 MARVIN CLARY Services 171.61 MAXWELL ASPHALT,INC Capital 394,241.53 MEDIC-CE.COM,LLC Services 530.00 MIKE KELLY Services 182.72 MILTON SOUZA Services 1,000.00 NOBLE WELDING AND FABRICATION Supplies 29.00 NOBLE WELDING AND FABRICATION Supplies 270.00 NORTHWEST COLORADO COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS Services 225.00 0 J WATSON COMPANY INCORPORATED Supplies 103.40 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 175.16 14 11/18/2014 ORKIN LLC Services 1,997.11 PRO ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS,INC Capital 59,547.96 PROFORMA H2R MARKETING GROUP Services 55.00 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 1,451.84 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 103.30 RUSTY S.GURULE Services 1,000.00 SHERWIN INDUSTRIES INC Services 407.05 SKYLINE MECHANICAL INC. Services 81.00 SOURCE GAS Services 337.40 STATE OF COLORADO Services 30.00 THE STATE CHEMICAL MFG CO Supplies 223.86 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 437.10 VAISALA INC Services 13,692.00 Vericom Computers Inc Services 165.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 4,734.27 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 19.66 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,500.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 1,747.19 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 87.22 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 135.27 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED Services 537.39 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 105.10 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 4,297.86 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 566.18 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE Supplies 140.90 1160 Airport Fund Total 1,090,866.44 1180 800 MHZ Fund AURORA MARKETING GROUP Supplies 1,260.00 CENTURYLINK Services 1,853.03 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 3,325.50 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 8,423.93 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,012.50 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 61.38 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 39.00 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 732.92 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 3.00 QWEST CORPORATION Services 1,450.00 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 97.80 1180 800 MHZ Fund Total 18,259.06 1209 Public Health Fund AHLERS&COMPANY Services 1,265.00 ALISON CHRISTOPHER Services Reimbursement 47.04 ALISON CHRISTOPHER Services Reimbursement 23.52 ALISON CHRISTOPHER Services Reimbursement 9.35 ANNA POLICASTRI Services Reimbursement 80.00 ANNE M.KLAHN Supplies Reimbursement 11.22 ASD SPECIALTHY HEALTHCARE,INC Supplies 681.00 15 11/18/2014 ASPEN TO PARACHUTE DENTAL HEALTH ALLIANCE Services 203.60 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 290.52 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 1,416.53 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 93.70 CDW LLC Supplies 645.46 CDW LLC Supplies 220.59 CECILIA HOLGUIN Services 85.85 CECILIA HOLGUIN Services 58.30 CHRISTI COUCH Services 360.00 CHRISTI COUCH Services 80.00 CHRISTOPHER J.ARMIJO Services 178.08 CISCO SYSTEMS,INC Services 159.12 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIROMEN Services 1,250.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIROMEN Services 653.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY Unclaimed Property 71.88 COLORADO MOUNTAIN MEDICAL Services 1,000.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Services 630.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Services 840.00 COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES,INC Services 3,380.00 CONSORTIUM FOR OLDER ADULT WELLNESS Services 144.00 COPY PLUS Supplies 79.00 COURTNEY LAMBRECHT Services 170.72 DAN G.MATNEY Services 16.00 DAVID E.MOTT Services 144.00 DEBBIE VERNELL Services 76.00 DONALD J LAUGHLIN Services Reimbursement 80.00 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT Services 159.57 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 41,846.38 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 158,000.26 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS Services 150.00 ELMER L CHRISTIANSAN Services 148.00 GA FOOD SERVICE Supplies 599.00 GARFIELD COUNTY Services 250.00 GEORGIE C ZINDA Services 80.00 GILMA GARCIA Services Reimbursement 117.60 GLAXO SMITH KLINE Supplies 853.88 GOLDEN EAGLE SENIORS Supplies 50.00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 17,930.68 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 720.36 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 386.55 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 2,275.57 HARRY VERNELL Services 64.00 HEATHER GILMARTIN Services Reimbursement 77.28 HEATHER GILMARTIN Services Reimbursement 77.28 HEINRICH MARKETING,INC. Services 1,700.00 HENRY SCHEIN Supplies 25.88 HENRY SCHEIN Supplies 320.07 JENNIE WAHRER Services Reimbursement 195.84 16 11/18/2014 JENNIFER LUDWIG Services Reimbursement 212.24 JERRY CHICOINE Services 80.00 JILL CLEGHORN Services 180.00 JUDY HAEBERLE Services 57.60 JULIE BLOOMINGDALE Services 117.04 JULIE BLOOMINGDALE Supplies 17.91 KAREN KOENEMANN Services Reimbursement 8.45 KAREN KOENEMANN Services Reimbursement 183.68 KATHLEEN HEICHER Services 80.00 KAY WILHELM Services 40.80 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 258.30 LINDA CARR Services 9.60 LINDA SNEATH Services 48.00 MADELINE MOOS Services 66.12 MARION F LAUGHLIN Services 80.00 MCCAULLEY,REBECCA T Services Reimbursement 35.84 MCCAULLEY,REBECCA T Services Reimbursement 190.06 MEIGHEN LOVELACE Services 1,040.00 MERCK ATL Supplies 2,067.69 METROPOLITAN PATHOLOGIST PC Services 546.00 MICHEL'S BAKERY Supplies 29.05 NANCY MULLER Services 6.00 Nolan King Services 80.00 Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics,Inc. Supplies 1,987.28 NRC BROADCASTING MOUNTAIN GROUP,LLC Services 275.00 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 21.21 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 100.74 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 1.70 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 77.97 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 131.91 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 47.02 ONTIVEROS,LUPE Services Reimbursement 34.46 ORALIA(ORA)ARCHIBEQUE Services 28.00 PAT NOLAN Services Reimbursement 66.08 PAT NOLAN Services Reimbursement 67.20 PAT NOLAN Supplies Reimbursement 116.44 PAULA A PALMATEER Services 100.00 PAULINE ARAUJO AGOITIA Services 210.00 Priority Healthcare Distribution Inc. Supplies 1,592.50 PSS WORLD MEDICAL,INC. Supplies 36.21 RACHAEL MESSERICH Services Reimbursement 1,668.12 RACHEL OYS Services Reimbursement 683.34 RONALD J.MOOS Services 37.20 ROSE M.CLARKE Services 37.00 ROSEANNE B.CASSIDY Services 50.40 SANDRA EINSPAHR Services Reimbursement 18.80 SANOFI PASTEUR INC. Supplies 7,861.54 SANOFI PASTEUR INC. Supplies 1,022.98 SEACOAST MEDICAL,LLC Supplies 228.00 17 11/18/2014 SKI AND SNOWBOARD CLUB VAIL Services 8,000.00 STAPLES ADVANTAGE Supplies 25.13 STEPHANIE GLENWRIGHT Services 43.20 STERICYCLE INC Services 450.91 STREET MEDIA GROUP Services 3,775.00 SUSAN MOTT Services 152.00 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER Supplies 261.79 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER Supplies 287.32 TENIE CHICOINE Services 80.00 THERESA CAREY Services Reimbursement 174.72 TONI BERNS Services 76.80 TOTAL ACCESS GROUP INC Supplies 129.00 TRI COUNTY FIRE PROTECTION INC Services 213.00 VALLEY VIEW HOSPITAL Services 400.00 VERIZON WIRELESS INC Services 692.98 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 614.84 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 619.33 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 117.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 428.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 6.85 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 89.79 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 6.51 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 706.50 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 905.60 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 107.00 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 76.92 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 85.00 WELLS FARGO BANK Services 1,000.00 WELLS FARGO BANK Capital 200.00 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 379.11 YVONNE AMMON Services 160.00 ZIRMED,INC. Services 50.00 1209 Public Health Fund Total 282,721.46 1401 Housing Operations Fund EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 37,184.50 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 75,138.50 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 9,377.64 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 84.62 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 3,467.22 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,542.51 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 208.60 Tori Franks Payroll 129.52 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 74.34 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 42.30 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 707.39 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 58.86 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 559.91 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 710.01 18 11/18/2014 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 116.72 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 384.60 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 1,339.50 1401 Housing Operations Fund Total 131,126.74 1442 Open Space Fund EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 47,689.95 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 17,032.25 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,755.60 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 2,142.38 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 62.92 HERITAGE TITLE COMPANY Services 431.00 High Country Engineering,Inc. Capital 14,640.80 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 321.85 LARIMER COUNTY Services 900.00 MOUNTAIN TOP VENTURES,INC. Services 240.00 PINE BROOK ECOLOGICAL Services 880.64 RARE EARTH SCIENCE,LLC Capital 4,088.75 SIGN DESIGN&GRAPHICS,LLC Supplies 950.00 TOBY SPRUNK Services Reimbursement 484.40 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 141.84 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 74.34 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 660.79 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 342.58 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 340.00 YAMPA VALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION Services 96.87 1442 Open Space Fund Total 93,276.96 2150 Capital Improvements Fund ACTIVE ENERGIES SOLAR LLC Capital 156,368.25 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY Supplies 16.84 ANCHOR POINT GROUP,LLC Services 12,250.00 CDW LLC Supplies 29,200.00 CED CONSOLIDATED ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTORS Supplies 94.64 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Services 41.83 ELAM CONSTRUCTION INC Capital 385,554.74 ENCORE ELECTRIC,INC. Capital 5,483.76 MCBOYD BUILDERS,INC. Capital 11,700.00 MENENDEZ ARCHITECTS PC Capital 2,312.50 MOBILE VISION INC Capital 25,243.25 OLDCASTLE SW GROUP,INC Services 1,673.25 ONE SOURCE LIGHTING,INC. Capital 234.50 PROPERTY IMAGING LLC Services 91,365.00 SCHOFIELD EXCAVATION,INC. Capital 8,865.43 SPECTRUM INTERIORS,LLC Capital 6,143.67 VALLEY ELECTRIC SUPPLY INC. Supplies 180.23 2150 Capital Improvements Fund Total 736,727.89 19 11/18/2014 2201 MSC-COP Debt Service Fund US BANK TRUST NA CORPORATION TRUST DEBT MANAGEMENT Community Grants 1,035,000.00 US BANK TRUST NA CORPORATION TRUST DEBT MANAGEMENT Community Grants 118,625.00 2201 MSC-COP Debt Service Fund Total 1,153,625.00 2202 Justice Center COP Debt Service WELLS FARGO BANK,N.A. Services 1,200.00 2202 Justice Center COP Debt Service Total 1,200.00 3600 Landfill Fund ACZ LABORATORY INC Services 3,095.00 BLACKFORD WEIGHING SYSTEM Services 5,920.30 BLUE TARP FINANCIAL,INC. Supplies 289.40 CAROLINA SOFTWARE Services 900.00 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 432.40 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 544.30 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIROMEN Fees 20,271.07 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Services 420.00 CONFLUENCE ENERGY,LLC Supplies 4,221.00 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 1,410.28 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 76,394.34 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 68,384.19 EIGHT BAR RANCH,LLC Collateral Return 1,540.00 E-WASTE RECYCLERS OF COLORADO Services 1,070.32 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 8,994.78 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 614.01 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 2,075.93 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 3,138.33 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 2,689.93 KELLY BERRY Services Reimbursement 237.72 KRW CONSULTING Services 2,311.00 KRW CONSULTING Capital 13,551.53 KRW CONSULTING Capital 1,042.20 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 242.92 MOUNTAIN ROLL OFF'S,INC. Services 12,420.00 MOUNTAIN PEST CONTROL,INC. Services 300.00 NORTHERN SAFETY COMPANY INCORPORATED Supplies 1,508.13 PHILLIP SHAPTON Supplies 250.00 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 115.71 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 67.74 SATELLITE SHELTERS,INC Services 625.00 STAPLES ADVANTAGE Supplies 155.91 STRATEGIC FENCE AND WALL COMPANY Services 129.60 THE DENVER POST LLC Services 1,423.60 TOWN OF VAIL Services 1,900.00 ULTIMATE SPECIALTIES Services 1,818.98 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 575.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 175.00 20 11/18/2014 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 15.40 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 569.43 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 5.99 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 1,548.41 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Services 60.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 459.35 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 124.95 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 406.17 YUCK TRUCK SEPTIC PUMPING,INC Services 994.00 3600 Landfill Fund Total 245,439.32 3700 Motor Pool Fund A AND E TIRE INC Supplies 2,615.20 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED Services 24.43 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED Supplies 742.20 BERTHOD MOTORS INC Services 247.80 BOBCAT OF THE ROCKIES LLC Supplies 672.57 BRIDGESTONE AMERICAS,INC Services 195.00 BRIDGESTONE AMERICAS,INC Supplies 11,270.95 CLAIMS SERVICES GROUP INC Services 159.00 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 5,371.15 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 126,493.27 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN Supplies 3,737.33 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 165.16 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies 3,401.86 EAGLE COUNTY MOTOR POOL Services 117.28 EAGLE COUNTY MOTOR POOL Supplies 17.44 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 98,146.19 EP BLAZER LLC Supplies 1,269.10 GILLIG LLC Supplies 3,781.07 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 11,734.18 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 0.30 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 15.00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,500.66 H,H&H AUTOMOTIVE PAINT INC Supplies 235.32 HANSON EQUIPMENT Supplies 193.38 HENSLEY BATTERY LLC Supplies 570.26 JFMT AUTOMOTIVE GROUP,LLC, Supplies 957.31 KOIS BROTHERS Supplies 273.77 KOIS BROTHERS Capital 26,534.25 LAWSON PRODUCTS,INC Supplies 1,108.11 LIGHTHOUSE INCORPORATED THE Supplies 278.34 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 141.60 LUCAS TOWING AND AUTOMOTIVE Services 300.00 MID WEST TRUCK PARTS&SERVICE Services 2,162.24 MOUNTAIN CHEVROLET LLC Services 443.00 MOUNTAIN CHEVROLET LLC Supplies 178.04 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 82.15 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 54.78 21 11/18/2014 POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Services 98.05 POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 54.69 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 478.13 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 64.48 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 2,552.56 SERCK SERVICES INCORPORATED Services 825.55 SERCK SERVICES INCORPORATED Supplies 1,086.93 SIGNATURE SIGNS INC Supplies 47.50 SOURCE GAS Services 99.63 STEPHEN J.STONEHOUSE Services 999.00 SUMMIT AUTO SERVICE,INC Services 190.00 SUMMIT AUTO SERVICE,INC Supplies 398.00 THE ARTWORKS Supplies 200.00 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 365.41 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 354.06 UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE Services 34.00 UNITED STATES WELDING Services 34.80 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 423.78 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 456.00 VISTA FD,LLC Supplies 841.30 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 146.41 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 1,334.57 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 124.95 WESTFALL O'DELL OF COLORADO INC. Supplies 422.78 WHITEHALLS ALPINE DISTRIBUTING Supplies 146.85 WHITEHALLS ALPINE DISTRIBUTING Supplies 1,260.00 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 144.77 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE Supplies 81.14 3700 Motor Pool Fund Total 318,455.03 3730 Insurance Reserve Fund EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 3,396.92 3730 Insurance Reserve Fund Total 3,396.92 3790 Health Insurance Fund ANGELA GAFFNEY Services 860.00 APR,LLC Services 556.09 CNIC HEALTH SOLUTIONS Payroll 155,423.90 GILSBAR,INC. Payroll 924.75 GLOBAL AFFILIATES,INC Services 2,366.00 MYRON CORP Services 298.92 OFFICE DEPOT Services 43.65 THE HAYS GROUP INC. Services 16,250.00 THE OLD GYPSUM PRINTER,INC Services 87.50 THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE OM Services 1,820.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 673.00 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 621.00 3790 Health Insurance Fund Total 179,924.81 22 11/18/2014 3900 911 Fund CENTURYLINK Services 650.00 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT-ATTN FINANCE Interfund Payables 3,590.75 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES,INC Services 1,001.57 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 5,003.33 3900 911 Fund Total 10,245.65 1. Resolution 2014-090 Designating December 9, 2014 as Colorado Gives Day Michelle Maloney,Eagle County Gives Ms. Maloney from the Vail Valley Charitable Fund spoke. This year there were over 40 organizations participating—up from 34 last year.They raised$690,000 last year. This year there was an Executive Committee working with organizations in the community. East West Resorts was taking care of the base credit card fees and there were a lot more businesses getting involved. Donations would be accepted anytime on or before December 9th online at eaglecogives.com. Chairman Ryan recognized the organizations present and encouraged people to give. Commissioner Chandler-Henry believes that Colorado Gives Day is a convenient way to help originations that are proactive and energetic about serving community needs. She encouraged everyone to contribute. Commissioner Fisher wished everyone well and hoped that the participating origizations received the support they earned. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COUNTY OF EAGLE, STATE OF COLORADO RESOLUTION NO.2014- Resolution Designating December 9,2014 as Colorado Gives Day WHEREAS, charitable giving in Eagle County, Colorado is critical to providing support that local nonprofit organizations need to make our community a desirable place to live; and WHEREAS, research shows an increase in online giving both locally and nationally, and many believe it is the future of philanthropy; and WHEREAS, Community First Foundation and First Bank have partnered in an effort to increase charitable giving in our community through the online giving initiative Colorado Gives Day; and WHEREAS, Colorado Gives Day in 2013 raised $20.5 million in a single 24-hour period via online donations, $690,000 to Eagle County nonprofits, at www.coloradogives.org, a website allowing donors to direct their contributions to one or more of the thirty two (32) local, Eagle County charities featured on the site, making it an ideal resource for facilitating charitable giving to our locally-based nonprofit organizations; and WHEREAS, Colorado Gives Day is December 9 this year, and all citizens are encouraged to participate because all donations, large or small,can make a difference to nonprofits in need. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of County Commissioners hereby designates Tuesday,December 9,2014, as Colorado Gives Day in the County of Eagle, State of Colorado. 23 11/18/2014 Commissioner Chandler-Henry moved to approve the resolution designating December 9, 2014 as Colorado Gives Day Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Consent Agenda Chairman Ryan stated the first item before the Board was the Consent Agenda as follows: 2. Approval of Bill Paying for the Weeks of November 17,November 24, and December 1, 2014(Subject to Review by the Finance Director) John Lewis,Finance 3. Approval of Payroll for November 27, 2014(Subject to Review by the Finance Director) John Lewis,Finance 4. Emergency Response Services Agreement between Eagle County and Town of Vail Bryan Treu, Attorney's Office 5. Amended and Restated Lease Agreement between Eagle County and Crown Mountain Park and Recreation District Regarding Certain Property Located in the Mt. Sopris Tree Farm Beth Oliver,Attorney's Office 6. Agreement between Eagle County and Roaring Fork School District RE-1 for Distribution of National Forest Payments John Lewis,Finance 7. Agreement between Eagle County and Eagle County School District RE 50-J for Distribution of National Forest Payments John Lewis,Finance 8. Resolution 2014-091 Transferring and Distributing Revenues from the County Forest Reserve Fund,Fiscal Year 2013 John Lewis, Finance 9. Addendum Three(3)to Air Traffic Control Tower Services Agreement between Eagle County and Serco Management Services,Inc. for Addition of Fifth Air Traffic Controller and Extension of Tower Operating Hours During the Winter Season Greg Phillips,Airport 10. Agreement between Eagle County and Walking Mountains Science Center for Utilization of Eco-Build Funds toward Energy Efficiency Rebates Adam Palmer,Environmental Health 11. Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment,Immunization Program,Core Services Project, Amendment for Task Order No. 1 to Amend 2014 Contract Amount and Decrease Contract Period Rebecca Larson,Public Health and Environment Commissioner Chandler-Henry commented on the consent agenda items related to PILT funding,payment in lieu of taxes. She spoke about meeting with the elected representatives to encourage them get it in a more the more permanent funding bases for all of the counties that rely on it. Commissioner Chandler-Henry moved to approve the Consent Agenda for November 18, 2014, as presented. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 24 11/18/2014 Citizen Input Chairman Ryan opened and closed citizen Input, as there was none. Planning Plats and Resolutions 12. Cordillera Subdivision,Filing No. 17,Lots 8, 9, & 10.Amended Final Plat to vacate the lot lines between lots 8, 9, & 10 and redraw a new lot line in the middle of lot 9,thereby reducing the area into two lots.The Building Envelope Amendment to Lot 8 is to vacate 400 square feet of the existing building envelope and create an equivalent 400 square feet in another area of Lot 8 (Eagle County File No. AFP-4935) Bob Narracci,Planning TITLE: Amended Final Plat—Cordillera,Filing No. 17,Block 2,Lots 8, 9 & 10 FILE NO./PROCESS: AFP-4935/Amended Final Plat LOCATION: 337, 383 &407 Black Bear Trail OWNERS: Mary and Ted Eubank; O'Neal and Cathleen Gray APPLICANT: Same REPRESENTATIVE: David Riddle, Stovall Associates, PC STAFF PLANNER: Scot Hunn I. SUMMARY: The intent of this Amended Final Plat is to vacate the lots lines between three contiguous lots: Lots 8, 9 & 10, Cordillera Filing No. 17,thereby creating two lots—new Lot 8 and new Lot 10. In addition,the Applicant wishes to amend the existing building envelope on Lot 8. Lot 9 which was jointly owned between two separate owners is now being eliminated,the land area of which will be added to Lots 8 and 10, respectively. There are currently single-family residential structures on Lot 8 and Lot 10; each owned by different parties. Lot 9 was held in common between the two lot owners for some time. The owners have decided to eliminate Lot 9 and to include area from Lot 9 into their respective properties. With the exception of a minor change to the existing building envelope on Lot 8 (also part of this request) which does not increase the size of the envelope, no other changes are proposed and staff does not believe that the proposed change will negatively impact any adjacent property owner. This Amended Final Plat has been reviewed and approved by the Cordillera Metropolitan District Design Review Board. Likewise, the Applicant has obtained written approval of the envelope amendment from each adjacent property owner surrounding the subject property. For this reason, the plat has been approved and signed by the Director of Community Development and the plat has been scheduled under"Business Items"on the Board's agenda. A sign has been posted at the entrance to the property, 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 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. 17, 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: 25 11/18/2014 Adjacent property. Staff believes the proposed amendment will not adversely affect any neighboring property. Final Plat Consistency. Staff has reviewed the original Final Plat for Filing No. 17, 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. IL SITE DATA: Surrounding Land Uses/Zoning: East: Lot 11,Filing No. 17,Block 2/PUD West: Lot 7,Filing No. 17,Block 2/PUD North: Unplatted Lands/PUD South: Black Bear Trail(R.O.W.)/PUD Existing Zoning: PUD (Single Family) Total Area: 4.128 Acres Water: Public Sewer: Public Access: Black Bear Trail III. STAFF FINDINGS: Pursuant to Section 5-290.G.3., Standards for Amended Final Plat: 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. Mr.Narracci presented the request. The plat would vacate lot nine and adjust the building envelope. The Cordillera Property Owners Association signed off on the request. They also vacated the ability to build another residence. Commissioner Fisher moved to approve the amended final plat Amended Final Plat, Cordillera Subdivision,Filing No. 17,Lots 8, 9& 10,to vacate the lot lines between lots 8, 9, & 10 and redraw a new lot line in the middle of lot 9,thereby reducing the area into two lots. The Building Envelope Amendment to Lot 8 is to vacate 400 square feet of the existing building envelope and create an equivalent 400 square feet in another area of Lot 8 (Eagle County File No. AFP-4935) Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 26 11/18/2014 13. Resolution 2014-092 Approving the Special Use Permit to Operate a Seasonal Retail Garden Center at 71 Edwards Access Road(Eagle County File No. ZS-4790) Kris Valdez,Planning Mr.Narracci stated that the resolutions memorialized the board's approval two weeks ago. Commissioner Fisher abstained herself as she had not heard the file. Commissioner Chandler-Henry moved to approve the resolution approving the Special Use Permit to operate a retail garden center at 71 Edwards Access Road, file no. ZS-4790. Commissioner Ryan seconded the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners,the vote was declared unanimous. Business Items 14. Eleventh Amendment to Agreement between Eagle County and KRW Consulting, Inc. for Professional Engineering Services Jesse Masten and Ken Whitehead, Solid Waste and Recycling Mr.Masten stated that the original agreement was in an amount not to exceed$75,000 and they were requesting$175,000 in 2015 due to some additional expenses and permit renewals. The majority of the items were required by the state. The items were budgeted for 2015.This amendment would also extend the contract for one year. They were pleased with the services provided by KRW Consulting, Inc. Commissioner Fisher moved to approve the Eleventh Amendment to Agreement between Eagle County and KRW Consulting, Inc. for Professional Engineering Services. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 15. Treasurer's Third Quarter Interest Report and Public Trustee's Third Quarter Revenue/Expense Report Karen Sheaffer,Treasurer and Public Trustee Mari Renzelman presented the Treasurer report. The third quarter overall total was$168,963 in interest, and of that$144,657 went to the General Fund. Interest was $14,870 more than the same time last year. They were on target to get to the budgeted amount of$500,000 by the end of December. Ms. Sheaffer believed interest earnings were improving and she projected that things would get better. The Treasurer's Office would continue to do their best to put available cash to work as soon as possible. She believed the county would meet the projected total. Commissioner Fisher appreciated Ms. Sheaffer's efforts and optimism. She encouraged the department heads to continue being conservative. Ms. Sheaffer stated that the Treasurer's Office would continue to manage the money in the best way possible. Carrie Van Beek presented the Public Trustee report. Revenue totaled$19,220.08 and expenses totaled$38,862.63. Foreclosures filed for 2014 were less than half of what they were a year ago. Releases processed as of the 3rd quarter were slightly ahead. Ms. Sheaffer stated that there was a big discrepancy between the revenues and expenses which was why her office was downsizing the Public Trustee Office. Chairman Ryan asked how revenues were collected through foreclosures and releases. Ms.Van Beek stated that they received a base fee of$150.00 for foreclosure filings and for releases they receive about$15.00 each. 27 11/18/2014 Commissioner Chandler-Henry asked about a letter in the backup referencing the second quarter expenses. Ms. Sheaffer stated that it was a typo; it should have been 3`d Quarter. Commissioner Fisher moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Board of County Commissioners 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 16. Agreement between Lake Creek Village LLC and Blu-Sky Restoration Contractors,Inc. for upgrade/Update to Attic Ventilation Dan Murray, Housing Mr.Murray stated that the vents in the attics at Lake Creek Village needed to be updated. This contract was just for the design portion and the first step in the process. The improvements were covered through cash flow. Commissioner Chandler-Henry commended the Housing Department for taking care of the buildings. Chairman Ryan echoed Commissioner Chandler-Henry's thanks. Commissioner Chandler-Henry moved to approve the Agreement between Lake Creek Village LLC and Blu-Sky Restoration Contractors, Inc. for upgrade/Update to Attic Ventilation. 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 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 Renewals 17. Vail Valley Pharmacy,LLC d/b/a Vail Valley Pharmacy #47-00317-0000 Renewal of a Liquor Licensed Drugstore in Edwards. There have been no complaints or disturbances in the past year. All the necessary fees have been paid. An Alcohol Management Plan is on file and proof of server training has been provided. 18. Willrain,LLC d/b/a Rimini #42-54334-0002 Renewal of a Tavern License in Beaver Creek(Plaza). There have been no complaints or disturbances in the past year. All the necessary fees have been paid. An Alcohol Management Plan is on file and proof of server training has been provided. 19. Vail Food Services,Inc. d/b/a Game Creek Club #04-49011-0009 Renewal of a Hotel and Restaurant License on Vail Mountain. There have been no complaints or disturbances in the past year. All the necessary fees have been paid. An Alcohol Management Plan is on file and proof of server training has been provided. 20. Vail Food Services,Inc. d/b/a Two Elk Restaurant #04-49071-0011 28 11/18/2014 Renewal of a Hotel and Restaurant License with 1 Opt.Premise on Vail Mountain. There have been no complaints or disturbances in the past year.All the necessary fees have been paid.An Alcohol Management Plan is on file and proof of server training has been provided. Other 21. Vail Food Services,Inc. d/b/a The 10th #04-49011-0006 Manager Registration(Amendment)—The applicant wishes to change the current manager's name from Jennifer Mejia to Jennifer Rizzo. 22. Enterprise Hotels of Colorado,Inc. d/b/a Rocks Modern Grill #25-39682-0000 Manager Registration-The applicant wishes to register John Curnow as the new manager,replacing Kevin Shields. Mr. Curnow was reported to be of good moral character and has no criminal history. 23. WVR Colorado,LLC d/b/a Terrace/Black Diamond Bistro #28-72258-0000 Corporate Report of Changes—The applicant wishes to add Mary Lynn Clark,replacing Geoffrey Ballotti as the President. Supporting documentation has been received and Ms. Clark was reported to be of good moral character and has no criminal history. Ms. Scriver indicated that she had no concerns with any of the items listed on the consent agenda. Commissioner Fisher moved that the Board approve the Liquor Consent Agenda for November 18, 2014, as presented. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Fisher moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Liquor Licensing Authority and re-convene as the Board of County Commissioners. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Planning File 24. AFP-5105 Spring Creek Ranch Amended Final Plat Kris Valdez,Planning SCR 2 LLC and Gavin Selway,Applicant Note: To be Tabled to Dec. 16,2014 Action: The intent of this Amended Final Plat is to reconfigure Lot 1 and lot 2 into an eleven(11)and thirty-five(35)acre horse properties. Spring Creek Ranch Road will become the logical division line for each lot,with Lot 1 west of Spring Creek Road and Lot 2 east of Spring Creek Road Location: 1210 Spring Creek Road, Gypsum Area Commissioner Fisher moved to table file no.AFP-5105 Spring Greek Ranch Amended Final Plat until December 16, 2014. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 29 11/18/2014 Public Hearing 25. 2015 Budget Presentation John Lewis and Tom Hyatt,Finance John Lewis; Finance Director, introduced Tom Hyatt; Controller and Robbie Arndt; Budget Supervisor. He summarized what would be discussed. The 2015 budget was based around the strategic priorities set by the board.Those included quality services, social investment, economic vitality, sustainable communities, and environmental stewardship. Every department was asked to gear their budgets around those priorities. Some of the investments in the strategic priorities were facilitation and investment in expanded air service, additional resources to meet affordable housing,human services,ECO transit and law enforcement. Investments for reduction of energy use and environmental sustainability and administration of community grant functions. Revenues were anticipated to increase$1.5 million in 2015 over 2014. Property tax revenues were no expected to increase in 2016. Other revenues were rebounding slowly. Mr. Hyatt spoke about the process and provided an estimate of revenues. The approach was to look at the next five years. The target was to hold expenses at current levels. Mr. Lewis stated that they presented their findings and projections to the Financial Advisory Board starting as early as May. He thanked the participants,Frank Johnson,Rob Levine,Jerry McMahan,Mike Budd,Ken Marchetti, Ellen Moritz, and Andrej Birjulin. The Financial Advisory Board had provided a financial background and different ways of looking at the forecast. Mr. Hyatt stated that they worked with the elected officials and directors in terms of forecasting their revenue and activities. Sales tax revenue increased 4%in 2014 vs. 2013. Licenses,permits and fees were expected to increase. Interest and investments were budgeted at$400,000 in 2015. In terms of a solution,departments were asked to increase or find revenue opportunities and hold expenditures. The departments were extremely cooperative this year. Mr. Lewis thanked the elected officials and department heads for improving revenue and holding expenses where possible. He also thanked internal services. Commissioner Fisher thanked Mr. Lewis and his staff. Chairman Ryan complimented the process. She believed it was important for the board to have the ability to review the revenue forecasts. Mr. Hyatt spoke about the General Fund(GF)budget analysis. The expenses for GF in the 2015 budget included increasing staff from 237 to 246. Expenses were going up $2 million, included in those expenses was a 6%performance-based merit pool for salary increases and a health insurance increase. There had not been a merit increase for county employees since 2013. The merit increase did not include elected officials. Commissioner Fisher understood that the elected official's salaries were set by state but there had been a couple things introduced recently, one of those things would allow the elected officials to increase their retirement contribution up to 12%with a county match. Mr. Lewis stated that that amount was about$30-40,000 annually. Commissioner Fisher believed it wasn't a large amount of money but it continued to concern her when there was a continued effort to find loop holes or ways to manipulate the system. Chairman Ryan explained that elected official salaries were set by state but benefits were not. One of the interesting things about the state legislature setting salary for elected officials was that newly elected officials would not be eligible for any increases for four years. County Commissioners were term limited but the Clerk and Recorder and Assessor were not. She believed it was a flawed system. Commissioner Chandler-Henry appreciated Commissioner Fisher's comments and gave a shout out to Teak Simonton and the Salary Commission for trying to address the issue. One of the goals of the county was to encourage talented individuals to stay in their jobs. This was a small about of money to add to a potential match to future retirement benefits. It also recognized the value the county saw in those professional elected officials. Commissioner Fisher did not agree with looking for ways to adjust salaries when elected officials knew what the salaries were when they ran for the positions. She also believed that elected officials had the ability to explore outside interests. Chairman Ryan believed that benefits were different and legally, something they could change. Commissioner Fisher disagreed. The elected officials had been told that there were benefits such as the Wellness Benefit; they were not eligible to participate in. 30 11/18/2014 Bryan Treu, County Attorney stated that this approach was allowed under state statute. There was a statute that allowed counties and towns to provide a retirement benefit to elected officials as a separate class of employees. Commissioner Fisher stated that the reason the retirement benefit was allowed was because it was available to all employees within the organization. Within the last two years there had been a discussion to make a different classification and separate the elected officials. She didn't think it was a bad idea for the long term employees but didn't believe it was inappropriate for those who were in county commissioner positions. She did not support the health insurance benefit for elected officials either. Chairman Ryan recognized Ms. Simonton for taking part in the State Salary Commission. Mr. Hyatt continued with his presentation. The General Fund budget was targeted to spend$36.7 million in 2015. The GF reserve would fund the$2 million increase. Mr. Lewis presented the forecasted revenue. He believed that the revenues were on a slow slide upwards and real estate sales were picking up rapidly in some areas of the county. The total forecasted revenue for 2015 was $34,153,669. They used conservative revenue growth assumptions and would be spending some excess reserves. Major assumptions were property tax revenue, continued slow growth in all other areas, and reductions in state or federal funding. PILT funding may be reduced as well but overall things seem to be moving forward. He applauded the elected officials and department heads for holding the line on expenditures. The commissioners had been conservative over the past few years and wisely built up reserves. Mr.Hyatt spoke about expenditures. The biggest increase next year over 2014 was public safety. The overall growth in spending was $1.5 million. Mr. Lewis stated that as revenues had dropped to the lowest level in 2014, some money had to be pulled out of reserves in 2015. However,they cut enough of the expenditures in previous years to build up the reserves. The committed fund balance target minimum was $13.1 million for 2015. Mr.Hyatt spoke about the changes in Full Time Equivalents/Employees(FTEs)in the General Fund. The FTEs in the general fund had dropped 22%from a high of 318 in 2009 to 247 in 2015. Total FTEs in all funds decreased from 524 in 2009 to 466 in 2015. Total FTEs in all funds were increasing by 20 in 2015 vs the 2014 budget,most significant were: 8 ECO transit,2.5 Sheriff funded by contract,2 Housing, 1 Road&Bridge, 1 Building Inspection,and 1 Project Management. Mr. Lewis reviewed the All Funds. Most of the county's revenue was generated from other major county funds such as Road and Bridge,Motor Pool Airport,ECO Transit,Public Health,ECO Trails,Housing, Solid Waste and Recycling, and Social Services.All of the funds in the financial summary indicated that the expenditures were going up very little and revenue was stable. More than 50%of the county's revenue was from fees, grants and intergovernmental revenues.As for property tax,the county only received between 12%and 14%of the total property taxes collected. Mr.Hyatt spoke about the Motor Pool Fund and their responsibilities. They would be spending about$8 million next year and had a venue of$5.7 million. Their goal was to reduce the fleet size by 1 vehicle in 2015. The 800 MHz Fund provided reliable high quality radio services for Eagle County public safety and transportation organizations. It was a statewide network and the county ran it for everyone within the county. Commissioner Fisher believed the fund was way underfunded as far as replacement and capitalizing any solutions. Chairman Ryan stated that the county collected fees from all the agencies. The user fees paid for usage and minimum maintenance but there was not a funding source for improvements. Mr.Hyatt stated that the revenue in 2015 was about equal to the expenditure,there were no savings at this time to invest in the future for equipment upgrades. Mr. Lewis spoke about the Airport fund. The goal was to the preferred airport for western Colorado. The airport was not tax funded and did provide revenue but the revenue had to stay within the airport. The air terminal was a separate enterprise fund and had its own bonded debt. They expect to host about 350,000 passengers in 2014 and roughly the same in 2015. One of the concerns was that the market forces were currently working against the county. The airport was trying to increase flights and passengers and working with a number of different airlines. The improvements included the LED lights and new building to park and maintain vehicles and equipment. The revenues were close to expenditures. A few employees were added to make the airport more efficient and safer. The airport was continuing to help the local economy and to run a good business supporting itself. Commissioner Chandler-Henry thanked Greg Phillips and his crew for an amazing job bringing FAA, CDOT, and other revenues to make the airport what it was. She believed the airport was an amazing asset to the county. 31 11/18/2014 Mr. Hyatt spoke about the ECO transit fund it was funded by a .5%sales tax as well as passenger fees. The 2015 revenue and expenses would break even. Reserves were expected to be approx. $200,000 and continuing to increase slightly. Their goal was to maintain high quality services. Their revenue and expenditures were flat with each other. Commissioner Chandler-Henry stated that the Transit System had recently received some awards for being an outstanding system in the state. She spoke about the purchasing agreements that were going through the county and generating a little bit of revenue but mostly providing leadership and rural transits. Mr. Lewis stated that 10%of the sales tax revenue received by ECO and by donations funded the ECO trail projects. 33 of 63 miles of paved trails had been completed. At the current rate, it would take 20 years to complete. Ellie Caryl recognized Eagle Vail Metro District,the town of Avon, and the Colorado State Trails Program through GOCO for their partnerships. Mr. Lewis explained that revenues and expenditures were similar to Open Space and other funds were revenue was saved up for larger projects. Revenue had gone down since 2007 and was working itself back up. He spoke about the Housing Authority programs and services. The Housing Authority would continue to assist with the development of Castle Peak Senior Care Community. The Housing Department operated on its own and did not use tax payer dollars or General Fund funding. The other county housing assets were the Lake Creek Apartments, Riverview Apartments,Valley Home Store, Seniors on Broadway, and Golden Eagle. The revenue and expenditures for the loan funds broke even. Any deficits were funded by the Lake Creek Village Apartments. Mr. Hyatt spoke about the Solid Waste and Recycling fund which was another non-taxpayer funded enterprise fund. They had three parts,the land fill,the household hazardous waste and the recyclable process. The fund balance was $11.7 million. About$2 million would be invested into some assets next year. The landfill typically made money; the recycling and household waste process was not profitable and was subsidized by the landfill fees. He spoke about the Public Health&Human Services budget. Total expenditures were$8.8 million for 2015, slightly higher than 2014 due to the merit increase. He reviewed the strategic initiatives. Social Services fund was a separate fund. There were 43 employees; expenditures were$4.1 million and the revenues, $3.5. The fund balance was $2.1 million. He reviewed the Public Health and Animal Services strategic initiatives. Chairman Ryan clarified that the Environmental Health Department was now under Public Health. They did a lot of consumer protection around food safety and a lot of the energy efficiency activities. Mr.Hyatt stated that Public Health's spending next year was expected to be about$2.86 million, a slight reduction from 2014. Revenue was $2.65 million. Public Health was funded by grants and any shortfalls were funded by the General Fund. The Road and Bridge Fund was primarily funded by the property tax and grants. There were three bridges needing repair and there were grants on all of them. Road and Bridge maintains 140 miles of asphalt roads as well as 118 miles of gravel. The county also assists the US Forest Service by taking care of their 216 miles of Forest Service roads. Their primary goal for 2015 was to improve the quality of the roads. The CIP fund would pay the MSC debt service. Mr. Lewis stated that the Open Space Fund currently had no large expenditures for 2015. Mr. Hyatt stated that the Capital Improvement Fund was funded by a portion of the sales tax. There were several projects in line for 2015 totaling$5,627,129. Commissioner Chandler-Henry commented on the place holder for affordable housing in 2015 which would allow the Housing Department to work with private developers and other entities to ease the housing shortage. Mr. Lewis stated that in summary, expenditures were increasing slightly. The funds were in reserves to cover the increase. He thanked everyone for holding the line on expenditures and making the budget process a smooth one. Chairman Ryan was pleased with the presentation,graphs and the budget overview. Mr. Lewis stated that the presentation would be available for public view on the county website. If a citizen had a question they could contact him at any time. Commissioner Fisher applauded the Finance Department. She was concerned with dipping into the reserves and believed it was important to be proactive. Commissioner Chandler-Henry added her thanks to the Finance Department and department heads. She shared Commissioner Fisher's conservative outlook. Chairman Ryan believed the reserves were strong and the county was in a healthy place. Mr. Lewis stated that on December 9,the final appropriation would be done. On December 20,the mill levies would be certified from all of the districts. 32 11/18/2014 Commissioner Fisher wondered how the reserve went from$5 million to $14 million. Mr. Lewis stated that the$5 million was a minimum reserve. Reserves continued to grow over the years when the county cut back to meet revenues. Commissioner Chandler-Henry believed there was a difference between the ending fund balance and the required reserves. Mr.Hyatt believed that expenses were cut due to the recession and based on the revenue forecast. Every year revenues exceeded expenses and the money then went into the fund balance. Chairman Ryan opened public comment. Teak Simonton, Clerk and Recorded spoke. She'd been a member of the County Elected Salary Commission representing 550 or so county elected officials across the state for the past six years. She was appointed by the President of the State Senate. The Commission had tried unsuccessfully over the past eight years to convince the state legislature to allow counties to pay county elected officials salaries and keep pace with inflation and internal and external market wages. Many were not aware that the state by constitution set elected officials salaries. She stated that the legislature had failed to act primarily out of political considerations and not due to economic realities at the county level. The Salary Commission had been unanimous for the past six years in its position that the outcome was unjust. Based on her many years as a business manager, she felt it was not good business practice to underpay or under appreciate positions compared to the market. She believed it limited potential candidates and encouraged those in positions to consider other opportunities. She and eight of nine elected officials in Eagle County supported the board's creative proposal to lessen the disparity between all elected officials and hired employees with the retirement benefit option. Chairman Ryan closed public comment. tom c, There being no further business befo • ' meeting w.s adjourned until December 9, 014. 1► cS Attest: .1-4-4 -41-- t44 v r co . IP° 1���1 I ( / I�- Clerk to the Board 1r Chairman 33 11/18/2014