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R89-128 establishing election precinctsj R E S O L U T I O N OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COUNTY OF EAGLE, STATE OF COLORADO RESOLUTION 89 -1jo ESTABLISHING ELECTION PRECINCTS OF EAGLE COUNTY, COLORADO WHEREAS, the Board deems it advisable and in the best interest of the voters of the County to change boundaries of the heretofore established election precincts, to divide one precinct into two and re- establish the boundaries of all election precincts in the County; AND WHEREAS, the Board has caused a Map of said election precincts to be prepared, has inspected and approved same and is having a duplicate original of this Resolution and said Map filed in the Office of the County Clerk & Recorder of said County as permanent record; AND WHEREAS, it is recognized by the Board it has been difficult to prepare accurate particularized description of the boundaries of various precincts, owing to the fact some portions of the County are in unsurveyed territory; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, in the event the particularized descriptions of the various precincts set forth in Exhibit "A hereto attached, said Map shall prevail and take precedence over said particularized descriptions as the ultimate authority for determining the boundaries of the respective precincts; AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, said Map and the particularized descriptions of the precincts set forth in Exhibit °A" attached hereto, are declared to be the election precincts of Eagle County. MOVED, READ AND UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED by the Commissioners of the Counpy of Eagle, Colorado, held the day of a� 1989. Board of County at its regular meeting le, State of Colorado h its ty C1a�issioners a Don Geo es, commissioner Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners REDCLIFF UL All that portion of Eagle County lying southeasterly of the following described line: Beginning at a point where Interstate 70 intersects the easterly boundary of Eagle County; thence northerly along Interstate 70 to Two Elk Trail; thence westerly along Two Elk Trail to Two Elk Creek; thence westerly along said creek to U.S. Highway No. 24; thence southerly along said highway to Homestake Creek; thence southerly along Homestake Creek and the East Fork of Homestake Creek to the southerly line of Eagle County. a1 } SOUTHWEST VAIL #2 LEGAL DESCRIPTION All that portion of Eagle County being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at Dowd Junction where Interstate 70 crosses the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad tracks; thence easterly along Interstate 70 to the intersection with Vail Road; thence southerly along said road to Mill Creek Road; thence southeasterly along said road to the northerly ridgeline of Vail Mountain; thence northwesterly along said ridgeline to an unnamed drainage; thence northeasterly along said drainage to its intersection with the Town of Vail boundary; thence following said Town of Vail Boundary in a southeasterly direction to the intersection with Interstate 70; thence southeasterly along said highway to its intersection with Two Elk Trail; thence westerly along Two Elk Trail to Two Elk Creek; thence westerly along said creek to U.S. Highway No. 24; thence northerly along said highway to the easterly boundary of the Town of Minturn; thence northerly along said easterly boundary to its intersection with the tracts of the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad; thence northerly along said railroad track to the intersection with Interstate 70; the point of beginning. MINTURN U3 LEGAL DESCRIPTION All that portion of Eagle County being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at Dowd Junction where Interstate 70 crosses the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad track; thence southerly along said railroad track to the easterly boundary of the Town of Minturn; thence southerly along said boundary to U.S. Highway No. 24; thence southerly along said highway to Homestake Creek; thence southerly along Homestake Creek and the East Fork of Homestake Creek to the southerly line of Eagle County; thence following said southerly line to Last Chance Creek; thence northeasterly along said creek and the West Fork of Last Chance Creek to the ridge line of Avalanche Peak; thence following said ridgeline to East Lake Creek; thence northerly along East Lake Creek to an unnamed drainage near the Ohio Tunnel; thence easterly through said drainage and an extension thereof to Upper Turquoise Lake; thence northerly along Beaver Creek to Grouse Creek Trail; thence northeasterly along said trail to Grouse Creek; thence northeasterly along Grouse Creek to U.S. Highway No. 24; thence northwesterly along said highway to the intersection with Interstate 70; thence easterly along Interstate 70 to the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad track, the place of beginning. EDWARDS #4 LEGAL DESCRIPTION All that portion of Eagle County being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of Beaver Creek and U.S. Highway No. 6; thence southerly along Beaver Creek to Upper Turquoise Lake; thence westerly through an unnamed drainage and an extension thereof to East Lake Creek; thence southerly along East Lake Creek to the ridgeline of Avalanche Peak; thence following said ridgeline to the West Fork of Last Chance Creek; thence south— westerly along the West Fork of Last Chance Creek and Last Chance Creek to the southerly boundary of Eagle County; thence westerly along the southerly boundary of Eagle County to U.S. Forest Service Road #400 (Thomasville Road); thence northerly along said road to Crooked Creek Reservoir; thence following Little Lime Creek to a jeep trail; thence following said jeep trail to East Brush Creek; thence northerly along East Brush Creek to Yoeman Park; thence following the Fulford Road to a pack trail; thence northerly along said pack trail to Bellyache Ridge Road; thence northerly along Bellyache Ridge Road to Warren Gulch; thence northerly along Warren Gulch to U.S. Highway No. 6; thence east— erly along said highway to Beaver Creek, the place of beginning. EAGLE 115 LEGAL DESCRIPTION All that portion of Eagle County being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of Capital Street and U.S. Highway No. 6; thence easterly along said highway to the Interstate 70 access road; thence northerly along said access road to Interstate 70; thence westerly along I -70 to Cottonwood Creek; thence southerly along Cottonwood Creek to U.S. Highway No. 6; thence westerly along said highway to Alkali Creek; thence southerly along Alkali Creek to a point where it crosses Alkali Creek Road; thence following Alkali Creek Road to Abrams Creek; thence southwesterly along Abrams Creek to a jeep trail; thence following said jeep trail to the southerly ridge line of Hardscrabble Mountain; thence along said ridgeline to a jeep trail; thence southeasterly along said trail to U.S. Forest Service Road 11411; thence southeasterly along said road to U.S. Forest Service Road 11412 (Gypsum Creek Road); thence southeasterly along said road to a pack trail; thence northeasterly along said pack trail to Antones Cabin Creek; thence northeasterly along Antones Cabin Creek to West Brush Creek; thence northerly along West Brush Creek to Eagle County Road P -307 (West Brush Creek Road); thence northerly along West Brush Creek Road and Brush Creek Road to the intersection with Capital Street in Eagle; thence northerly along Capital Street to the intersection with U.S. Highway No. 6, the place of beginning. GYPSUM 116 LEGAL DESCRIPTION All that portion of Eagle County being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of U.S. Highway No. 6 and Alkali Creek; thence southerly along Alkali Creek to a point where it crosses Alkali Creek Road; thence following Alkali Creek Road to Abrams Creek; thence southwesterly along Abrams Creek to a jeep trail; thence following said jeep trail to the southerly ridge line of Hardscrabble Mountain; thence along said ridgeline to a jeep trail; thence southeasterly along said trail to U.S. Forest Service Road 11411; thence southeasterly along said road to U.S. Forest Service Road 11412 (Gypsum Creek Road); thence southeasterly along said road to a pack trail; thence northeasterly along said pack trail to Antones Cabin Creek; thence southwesterly along Antones Cabin Creek to its head; thence westerly to a pack trail on the ridge line of Red Table Mountain; thence westerly along said pack trail to U.S. Forest Service Road 11514; thence westerly along said road to Cottonwood Pass Road; thence westerly along said road to the westerly line of Eagle County; thence northerly along said westerly line to the intersection with Coffee Pot Road; thence easterly along said road to Eagle County Road P -301 (Colorado River Road); thence southerly along said road to its intersection with U.S. Highway No. 6; thence easterly along said highway to the intersection with Alkali Creek; the point of beginning. BASALT Ill LEGAL DESCRIPTION All that portion of Eagle County being more particularly described as follows: Beginning on the southerly line of Eagle County at the intersection with U.S. Forest Service Road #400 (Thomasville Road); thence northerly along said road to Crooked Creek Reservoir; thence northwesterly along Eagle County Road No. P -307 (West Brush Creek Road to the intersection with West Brush Creek; thence southerly along West Brush Creek to Antones Cabin Creek; thence southwesterly along Antones Cabin Creek to its head; thence westerly to a pack trail on the ridge line of Red Table Mountain; thence westerly along said pack trail to U.S. Forest Service Road #514; thence westerly along said road to the North Fork of Cattle Creek; thence southwesterly along the North Fork of Cattle Creek to Cattle Creek; thence easterly along Cattle Creek to Cattle Creek Road; thence westerly along Cattle Creek Road to a stream feeding Spring Park Reservoir; thence southerly along said stream and along the easterly side of Spring Park Reservoir to Blue Creek; thence southerly along Blue Creek to a power line; thence southerly along said power line to a creek; thence southerly along said creek to U.S. Highway No. 82; thence westerly along said highway to the southerly line of Eagle County; thence easterly along said county line to the intersection with U.S. Forest Service Road #400; the place of beginning. EL JEBEL 118 LEGAL DESCRIPTION All that portion of Eagle County lying southwesterly of the following described line: Beginning on the westerly line of Eagle County at the intersection with Cotton— wood Pass Road; thence easterly along said road to the intersection with U.S. Forest Service Road 11514; thence easterly along said road to the intersection with the North Fork of Cattle Creek; thence southwesterly along the North Fork of Cattle Creek to Cattle Creek; thence easterly along Cattle Creek to Cattle Creek Road; thence westerly along Cattle Creek Road to a stream feeding Spring Park Reservoir; thence southerly along said stream and along easterly side of Spring Park Reservoir to Blue Creek; thence southerly along Blue Creek to a power line; thence southerly along said power line to a creek; thence southerly along said creek to U.S. Highway No. 82; thence westerly along said highway to the southerly line of Eagle County. SWEETWATER #9 LEGAL DESCRIPTION All that portion of Eagle County being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point on the westerly boundary of Eagle County where a pack trail on the top of W Mountain intersects said westerly line; thence easterly along said pack trail to the East Fork of Red Dirt Creek; thence easterly along said creek to Red Dirt Road; thence easterly along said road to the Colorado River; thence northerly along the Colorado River to Posey Creek; thence southeasterly along Posey Creek to a jeep trail; thence following said jeep trail easterly to Eby Creek Road; thence following Eby Creek Road to its intersection with the Colorado River Road and Alkali Creek Road; thence easterly along Alkali Creek Road to the intersection with Colorado Highway No. 131; thence southerly along said highway to its intersection with U.S. Highway No. 6 at Wolcott; thence westerly along said highway to its intersection with the Interstate 70 access road at Eagle; thence northerly along said access road to Interstate 70; thence westerly along said highway to Cottonwood Creek; thence southerly along said creek to U.S. Highway No. 6; thence westerly along said highway to its intersection with Eagle County Road No. P -301 (Colorado River Road) at Dotsero; thence along said road to its intersection with Coffee Pot Road; thence westerly along said road to the west line of Eagle County; thence northerly along said west line to a pack trail on the top of W Mountain, the place of beginning. 3 BURNS #10 LEGAL DESCRIPTION All that portion of Eagle County lying north and west of the following described line: Beginning at a point on the westerly boundary of Eagle County where a pack trail on the top of W Mountain intersects said westerly line; thence easterly along said pack trail to the East Fork of Red Dirt Creek; thence easterly along said creek to Red Dirt Road; thence easterly along said road to the Colorado River; thence northerly along the Colorado River to Posey Creek; thence southeasterly along Posey Creek to a jeep trail; thence following said jeep trail easterly to Eby Creek Road; thence following Eby Creek Road to its intersection with the Colorado River Road and Alkali Creek Road; thence easterly along Alkali Creek Road to the intersection with Colorado Highway No. 131; thence northerly along Colorado Highway No. 131 to the north boundary of Eagle County. BOND /MCCOY /SHEEPHORN #11 LEGAL DESCRIPTION All that portion of Eagle County lying northeasterly of the following described line: Beginning at a point on the north line of Eagle County at the intersection of Colorado Highway No. 131; thence southerly along said highway to its intersection with U.S. Forest Service Road #717 (Muddy Creek Road); thence southeasterly along said road to its intersection with U.S. Forest Service Road #734; thence southeasterly along said road to its intersection with U.S. Forest Service trail #2233; thence northwesterly along said trail to a point directly west of the head of the South Fork of Dickson Creek; thence east to the head of the South Fork of Dickson Creek; thence easterly along said creek to U.S. Forest Service Road #701; thence easterly along said road to the intersection with U.S. Forest Service Road #410; thence northeasterly along said road to the Piney River; thence northeasterly along the Piney River to a point where its course turns sharply south; thence northeasterly through the middle of a gulch and an extension thereof to the easterly boundary of Eagle County. NORTHWEST VAIL 1112 LEGAL DESCRIPTION All that portion of Eagle County being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point where Nottingham Gulch intersects Interstate 70; thence easterly along Interstate 70 to a point where it crosses U.S. Highway No. 6; thence easterly along said highway to the west -bound off ramp for I -70; thence northeasterly along said ramp and along Interstate 70 approximately 5.7 miles to the intersection with the easterly boundary of the Town of Vail; thence northerly along said boundary approximately 670 feet; thence westerly along said boundary approximately 2650 feet; thence northerly along said boundary approximately 1360 feet; thence westerly along said boundary approximately 2100 feet; thence southerly along said Town of Vail boundary to Red Sandstone Road; thence northwesterly along said road approximately 1670 feet to Red Sandstone Creek; thence northwesterly along Red Sandstone Creek to U.S. Forest Service Road 11701 (Indian Creek Road); thence westerly along said road to the South Fork of Dickson Creek; thence westerly along said creek to its head; thence West to U.S. Forest Service trail 112233; thence southeasterly along said trail to the intersection with U.S. Forest Service road 11734; thence southeasterly along said road to a point at the head of Nottingham Gulch; thence southwesterly along Nottingham Gulch to the intersection with Interstate 70, the place of beginning. 5 # . VAIL 1113 LEGAL DESCRIPTION All that portion of Eagle County being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point where Red Sandstone Road intersects the westerly boundary of the Town of Vail; thence northwesterly along said road approximately 1670 feet to Red Sandstone Creek; thence northwesterly along said creek to U.S. Forest Service Road 11701 (Indian Creek Road): thence westerly along said road to the intersection with U.S. Forest Service Road 11410; thence northeasterly along said road to the Piney River; thence northeasterly along said river to a point where its course turns sharply south; thence northeasterly through the middle of a gulch and an extension thereof to the easterly boundary of Eagle County; thence southerly along said easterly boundary to a point where Pitkin Creek extended north intersects it; thence southwesterly along said extension and along Pitkin Creek to Gore Creek; thence southwesterly through an unnamed drainage to the ridgeline of Vail Mountain; thence southeasterly along said ridgeline to Mill Creek Road; thence northwesterly along Mill Creek Road to Vail Road; thence northerly along Vail Road to Interstate 70; thence northerly across Interstate 70 to the easterly boundary of the Town of Vail; thence northerly along said boundary approximately 670 feet; thence westerly along said boundary approximately 2650 feet; thence northerly along said boundary approximately 1360 feet; thence westerly along said boundary approximately 2100 feet; thence southerly along said boundary to Red Sandstone Road, the place of beginning. EAST VAIL 1114 LEGAL DESCRIPTION 3 That portion of Eagle County lying southeasterly of the following described line: Beginning at a point where Pitkin Creek extended north intersects the.easterly line of Eagle County; thence southwesterly along said extension and along Pitkin Creek to Gore Creek; thence southwesterly through an unnamed drainage to the intersection with the Town of Vail Boundary; thence following said boundary in a southeasterly direction to the intersection with Interstate 70; thence southeasterly along Interstate 70 to its intersection with the easterly line of Eagle County. Avon #15A Legal Description All that portion of Eagle County being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of June Creek and the Eagle River; Thence northerly along June Creek to the intersection with U.S. Forest Service Road #734; Thence southeasterly along said road to a point at the head of Nottingham Gulch; Thence southwesterly along Nottingham Gulch to Interstate 70; Thence easterly along Interstate 70 to a point where it crosses U.S. Highway No. 6; Thence westerly along said highway to the intersection with June Creek extended southerly to said Highway; Thence northerly to the intersection of June Creek and the Eagle River and the point of beginning. AVON #15B I Legal Description All that portion of Eagle County being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of U.S. Highway 6 and Colorado Highway No. 131 at Wolcott; Thence northerly along said Highway No. 131 to the intersection with U.S. Forest Service Road #717 (Muddy Creek Road); Thence southeasterly along said road to its intersection with U.S. Forest Service Road #734; Thence southeasterly along said road to a point at the head of June Creek; Thence southwesterly along June Creek to the Eagle River; Thence southerly along the line of June Creek extended to a point where it crosses U.S. Highway No. 6; Thence westerly along said highway to the intersection with Colorado Highway No. 131 and the point of beginning. 3 EAST EAGLE 116 LEGAL DESCRIPTION All that portion of Eagle County being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of Capital Street and U.S. Highway No. 6 in Eagle; thence southerly along Capital Street to Eagle County Road No. P -307 (Brush Creek Road); thence southerly along said road to Crooked Creek Reservoir; thence following Little Lime Creek to a jeep trail; thence following said jeep trail to East Brush Creek; thence northerly along East Brush Creek to Yoeman Park; thence following the Fulford Road to a pack trail; thence northerly along said pack trail to Bellyache Ridge Road; thence northerly along Bellyache Ridge Road to Warren Gulch; thence northerly along Warren Gulch to U.S. Highway No. 6; thence westerly along U.S. Highway No. 6 to its intersection with Capital Street in Eagle, the place of beginning. EAGLE VAIL #17 LEGAL DESCRIPTION All that portion of Eagle County being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of Interstate 70 and U.S. Highways No. 6 and 24; thence southerly along U.S. Highway No. 24 to West Grouse Creek; thence southwesterly along said creek to Grouse Creek Trail; thence southwesterly along said trail to Beaver Creek; thence northerly along Beaver Creek to U.S. Highway No. 6; thence easterly along said highway to the intersection of Interstate 70 and U.S. Highways No. 6 and 24, the place of beginning.