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Minutes 02/05/2002 PUBLIC HEARING FEBRUARY 5, 2002 Present: Michael Gallagher Arn Menconi Tom Stone Tom Moorhead Jack Ingstad Sara J. Fisher Chairman Commissioner Commissioner County Attorney County Administrator Clerk to the Board This being a scheduled Public Hearing the following items were presented to the Board of County Commissioners for their consideration: GENERAL FUND A & H GRAPHICS AM COLLECTORS ABBOTT LABORATORIES ABC LEGAL MESSENGERS ACXIOM ADAM SOMMERS AFFLECK PHOTOGRAPHY AFFORDABLE PORTABLE AGENCY OF CREDIT CONTROL AILI FOSS AIMS MULlMEDIA ALL PRO FORMS INC ALLlANT FOOD SERVICE ALMA VARELA ALPINE AREA AGENCY AGING ALPINE PROCESS SERVICE AMADEO GONZALES AMERICAN SAFETY AMERICINN LODGE & SUITES ANDRIA L COLLINS ANGELO LORIA APEX SECURITY APPLIED COMMUNICATIONS APPRAISAL AUTHORITY APPRAISAL INSTITUTE AQUA TEC SYSTEMS ARLENE STARK QUENON ARNOLD AND ARNOLD ARTHUR AND PERLMUTTER ARVAL LEGAL SERVICES ASCE CONTINUING EDUCATION ASCOM ASPEN BASALT CARE CLINIC SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT EMPLOYEE INCENTIVE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE 121.35 121.86 829.50 15.00 250.00 2,400.00 400.00 88.00 15.00 89.00 234.40 4,263.95 567.36 125.92 2,933.80 15.00 50.40 549.00 256.00 94.30 4.50 222.00 3,800.00 92.00 75.00 96.00 3.32 140.00 26.24 25.00 1,055.00 127.50 1,350.00 1 02-05-2002 ASPEN BOARD OF REALTORS ASSOCIATED RECOVERY SYST. ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN AT & TWIRELESS SERVICES AVCARD AVON COMMERCIAL OWNERS BAILEY FUNERAL HOME BASALT SANITATION DIST BEAVER FRAMING INCORPORAT BEN GALLOWAY MD BENCHMARK ENGINEERING BERNICE WHITE BERTHOD MOTORS BEST LOCKING SYSTEMS BETTY ABBEY BEVERLY KUNKEL BLACK BOX CORPORATION BLANCA RAMIREZ BLUE LAKE OWNERS ASSN BOB SCHULTZ BONNIE WILLIAMS BRADS ELECTRICAL SERVICE BRC/HARRIS INC BRIDGESTONE WINTER BROOKES PUBLISHING BROWNING FERRIS IND BRUCE CAMPBELL BRYAN TREU C RICHARD DONOVAN CALOIA & HOUPT PC CAPITOL ADVANTAGE PUB. CARTER & SANDS P.C. CASTLE PEAK VETERINARY CCCMA CCO AND ERA CED-CONSOLlDATED ELECTRIC CELERITY CORPORATION CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING CENTURYTEL CGAIT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CHARLES B DARRAH CHECK CITY COLLECTIONS CHEMATOX INC. CHESS CITY MARKET CITY MARKET #34 SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE PAYROLL EXPD SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES 6.26 3.10 112.00 8,970.79 423.22 2,038.83 350.00 112.50 118.25 665.00 1,837.50 34.50 52.00 415.26 60.00 88.80 312.62 3.72 1,903.56 4.83 2,897.09 176.90 1,195.00 2,475.00 275.00 2,287.89 228.98 244.68 25.00 2,670.55 32.90 381.20 42.47 65.00 59,685.85 116.21 71.16 100.61 15,351.57 250.00 25,000.00 18.76 25.00 175.00 467.00 33.87 276.72 2 02-05-2002 CLUB TWENTY CO ASSESSORS ASSOCIATION CO ASSOCIATION CO BUREAU INVESTIGATION CO CORONERS ASSOCIATION CO DEPT PUBLIC HEALTH & CO STATE ASSOC CLERK AND CO STATE FOREST SERVICE CO WEST COUNSELING SERVIC CO WEST MENTAL HEALTH COLLINS AND COCKRELL PC COLORADO BIG COUNTRY RC&D COLORADO COUNTIES INC COLORADO LEGAL DIRECTORY COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS COLORADO MUNICIPAL LEAGUE COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY COLORADO WEED MANAGEMENT COLORADO WEST MENTAL HL TH COLUMBIA PROPANE COLUMBINE HOME HEALTH INC COMFORT INN DOWNTOWN CONNIE STUMP CONSERVE A WATT LIGHTING CONVERGENT GROUP CORPORATE EXPRESS CORPORATE EXPRESS IMAGING CREDIT BUREAU ROCKIES CYNTHIA MCCALL DAILY SENTINEL THE DAMIEN MONTES DAMON BAILLIE DAMON MA TLON DAN SEIBEL DAN SPARKMAN DAVE LUSSIER DAVE MOTT DAVID A BAUER DAVID CARTER DAVID KOPP DAWN M HOSEY DAYS INN DEEP ROCK WEST DELL INC DENVER HEALTH DENVER NEWSPAPER AGENCY DEPT OF LABOR EMPLOYMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT EMPLOYEE INCENTIVE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT EMPLOYEE INCENTIVE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE 1,250.00 30.00 470.86 66.24 800.00 414.00 550.00 16,948.64 130.00 65.00 4,524.00 100.00 23,881.00 30.00 8,889.82 700.00 5,610.63 389.00 1,153.60 1,964.24 915.00 218.00 29.45 330.00 1,497.00 11,067.34 573.14 25.00 25.00 106.78 26.00 200.00 90.84 69.00 202.76 89.00 24.84 25.00 238.33 74.99 8.68 256.00 347.36 3,143.58 29.00 1,126.30 200.00 3 02-05-2002 DIANA JOHNSON DL T SOLUTIONS, INC. DOCTORS ON CALL DONALD OWNSBEY DONALD PETERSON DONNA BARNES CORONER DURANGO HERALD DURRANT EAGLE AMOCO EAGLE CARE MEDICAL CLINIC EAGLE COMPUTER SYSTEMS EAGLE COUNTY HEALTH AND EAGLE COUNTY HISTORICAL EAGLE COUNTY MOTOR POOL EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER EAGLE PHARMACY EAGLE PRINTING EAGLE RIVER WATER AND EAGLE VALLEY CHAMBER COMM EAGLE VALLEY GLASS AND EAGLE VALLEY HARDWARE EAGLE VALLEY PET HOSPITAL EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING EAST WEST RESORTS EASTER OWENS ELECTRIC CO EASTERLING ROSS EATON SALES & SERVICE EDITH E HUTTON ELECTION CENTER THE ELECTRONIC DEVICES INC ELEMENT K JOURNALS EMC2 EMILIA GONZALEZ EMPLOYERS COUNCIL SERVICE EPS DESIGN AND PRINT ERIK LOBBEN ESRI EVELYN PINNEY-LEVINE EXTENSION PROGRAM FUND FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY FAMILY VISITOR PROGRAM FARMER BROTHERS FARRELL, GOLDSTEIN, FEDERAL EXPRESS FELSBURG HOLT & ULLEVIG FILE FINDERS L TD FINANCIAL EQUIPMENT COMPA REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBU RSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE EMPLOYEE INCENTIVE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE 39.00 302.40 400.00 50.00 6.82 27.82 66.40 25,827.27 425.67 5,312.00 8,533.58 405.00 225.00 1,149.32 76.34 325.81 217.50 81 .40 475.00 72.25 223.16 387.92 4,732.75 1,851.89 841.57 100.00 21.66 38.64 548.00 77.75 98.10 231.68 103.50 3,000.00 3,150.72 21.28 240.47 53.82 419.36 1,033.84 8,512.32 1,206.80 71.28 676.25 1,615.95 30.00 167.50 4 02-05-2002 FIRE SPRINKLER SERVICES FIRKINS GARAGE DOORS FIRST BANKS FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FITZSIMMONS MOTOR COMPANY FOODS OF VAIL, HOME FORINASH KATHLEEN FRANK J BALL GALLS INCORPORATED GARFIELD COUNTY HOUSING GARY ROSS GATES MARGE PHN GATEWAY SECURE STORAGE GE CAPITAL GE SUPPLY GLENWOOD SHOE SERVICE GLOBAL ELECTION SYSTEMS GOLDEN EAGLE SENIORS GORE RANGE LANDSCAPING GOVERNING MAGAZINE GRACE FINNEY GRAHAM REED GRAINGER INCORPORATED GRAND JUNCTION PIPE AND GRAND VISTA HOTEL GREENBERG & ASSOCIATES GREG CHATFIELD GREGORY A VEACH GROSSMAN & GROSSMAN HART INTERCIVIC HAWKINS COMMERCIAL HEALTH INSURANCE FUND HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS HOLIDAY INN HOLIDAY INN NORTHGLEN HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC ASSOC HOLY CROSS ENERGY HUGHES SUPPLY, INC. IACREOT IAEI ICBO EDUCATION COMMITTEE IFMA IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS IMPACT GRAPHICS & SIGNS IMS OF COLORADO INTEGRAL RECOVERIES INTEGRITY PLUMBING AND SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE EMPLOYEE BENEFITS REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE 3,910.50 1,480.00 15,844.31 25.00 40.00 1,525.00 25.81 25.00 793.48 1,425.00 12.42 275.00 391.00 319.98 11 0.00 170.00 3,675.00 63.97 10.54 30.00 6.90 433.20 409.38 49.86 110.00 116.18 1.24 25.00 12.40 469.92 417.95 641,517.57 12.40 110.00 144.00 12,241.66 104.78 660.10 135.00 125.00 1,040.00 245.00 320.67 65.57 35.60 25.00 2,217.23 5 02-05-2002 INTELLlNET LLC INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE INTERNATIONAL ASSOC FAIRS J ROCKING R RANCH JACQUELINE ALLEN JAIME FElT JAMES J STANDLEY JASON & JASON INC JAY MAX SALES JEAN COVAULT JEAN NUNN JENA SKINNER JENNIFER CUEVAS JENNY RICCA JENNY WAHRER JOBS AVAILABLE JODIE BRANDT JOHN KING JOHN STAIGHT JOHNSON CONTROLS JOHNSON KUNKEL & ASSOC JOHNSTONE SUPPLY JOSEPH L FORINASH JOYCE HANSON K N ENERGY INC KARA BETTIS, DEPUTY KATHRYN HEIDER KEITH BARTO KEITH COUNTY COURT KELLEY BLUE BOOK KELLY L1EKIS KEN NEUBECKER KEN WILSON KESSLER MARY J KIM EASTABROOKS KIM JOHNSON KINDER MORGAN INC KING CAMPBELL DDS KRISTIN M RICHEIMER LA VOZ LAFARGE CORPORATION LANIE MARTIN LEGACY COMMUNICATIONS INC LESLIE A FICKLING LINDA MAGGIORE LORMAN EDUCATION SERVICES M KELLY L1EKIS RN SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE IGNITOR & CONTROL-A REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT EMPLOYEE INCENTIVE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT EMPLOYEE INCENTIVE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE EMPLOYEE INCENTIVE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT 100.00 270.00 355.00 29.34 121.44 118.90 543.44 18.80 132.04 8.66 42.60 56.00 14.56 8.68 695.17 73.60 120.00 3.45 197.95 1,306.04 1,213.75 100.07 99.97 289.46 9,054.06 103.45 171.81 89.00 19.38 54.00 1,747.20 1.11 100.00 67.33 100.00 10.35 6,134.03 3.72 25.00 60.00 982.96 89.00 1,596.03 13.64 109.73 1,315.00 46.58 6 02-05-2002 MACHOL&JOHANNES MAE PITTMAN MAINTENANCE WAREHOUSE MANUEL LOERA MARILYN RICE MARK GOODBAN MARLlSA MIZERAK MARO ZAGORAS MARTIN FINKELSTEIN MARY HOLLEY MARY JAN E LA YN E MATTHEW BENDER MATTHEW BENDER AND MBIA MCCAULLEY REBECCA T MCI TELECOMMUNICATIONS MCI WORLDCOM MEGAN HAMMER MELISSA JOHNSON MESA COUNTY HEALTH DEPT MICHAEL DOYLE MICHELLE BALL MICRO WAREHOUSE MICROWAREHOUSE MID VALLEY METROPOLITAN MIKE GALLAGHER MILLAR ELEVATOR SERVICE MILLER & COHEN MONICA JACOX MOORE BCS MOORE BUSINESS MOTOR POOL FUND MOUNTAIN COMMUNICATIONS MTN VALLEY DEVELOPENT AL NACO NACRC NAEYC NAI NATE NELSON NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NATIONAL EVIRONMENTAL NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION NATIONAL GRAPHICS COMPANY NATIONAL INFORMATION DATA NATIONAL SEMINARS GROUP NETTIE REYNOLDS NEW ELECTRIC INC REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE 132.64 222.00 95.84 25.00 8.97 8.68 168.88 1,040.08 739.00 4.14 236.00 76.74 68.74 7,212.02 12.42 6,161.05 3,260.78 335.30 665.53 10.50 5.52 436.43 21,046.70 790.00 12.50 44.00 240.83 58.68 195.90 500.00 7,889.19 47,498.11 309.00 4,500.00 420.00 100.00 75.00 480.26 924.91 375.00 85.00 1,079.65 1,387.30 48.90 1,007.00 90.00 130.00 7 02-05-2002 NICOLE M LINNE NICOLETTI FLATER ASSOC NINA ETTAWIL NOBEL SYSCO FOOD SERVICES NORDIC REFRIGERATION NOTARY PUBLIC AGENCY OF NOVELL, INC. NURIA GARCIA NW CO LEGAL SERVICE PROJ NW COLORADO COUNCIL OF NWCCOG OLGA WILKINS OMB POLICE SUPPLY ONE OF A KIND DESIGN ORKIN EXTERMINATING CO OSM DELIVERY LLC OTTO, PORTERFIELD, POST PAINT BUCKET THE PARAMOUNT DISTRIBUTORS PARK COUNTY SHERIFF OFF. PAT HAMMON PDQ OF THE ROCKIES PEAK APPRAISAL SERVICE PEGASUS SATELLITE PEPPERDINE'S MARKET PETROCK & FENDER PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING PITNEY BOWES PITNEY BOWES INCORPORATED POSTMASTER PROTECTORS L TD PROTRAIN PERFORMANCE PRUDENTIAL GORE RANGE PSS,INC PUBLIC SAFETY WAREHOUSE PUBLIC SERVICE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN PURCHASE POWER QUEST DIAGNOSTICS QUICK LOAN QUILL CORPORATION QWEST QWEST DEX QWEST INTERPRISE NETWRKNG REBECCA LEONARD REBECCA WHEELERSBURG REIS ENVIRONMENTAL INC REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE EMPLOYEE INCENTIVE SUPPLIES 25.00 130.00 9.66 862.08 523.10 248.55 15,920.84 180.00 250.00 46,161.00 20,000.00 131.00 506.95 4,196.23 50.00 380.00 3.10 393.17 385.70 2,160.00 20.70 1,947.25 41.00 86.49 66.75 25.00 2,367.45 2,404.16 115.99 57.70 100.00 7,030.00 50.46 421.54 2,629.40 463.51 77.35 15,115.77 188.21 49.00 458.81 4,704.20 31.86 963.25 240.00 100.00 453.05 8 02-05-2002 RENTX INDUSTRIES REP TILE RIA GROUP RICH CUNNINGHAM RICHARD KESLER RICHARD L GIFFORD RIGOBERTO SARELLANO RITA R BOSSOW ROAD AND BRIDGE DEPARTMEN ROBERT KURTZMAN DO ROBERT MCCLAIN ROBERT TRENT ROCKY MOUNTAIN LAND USE ROGER MOORE ROKE VELASCO ROLF LIPPERT RON BRAVE ROSIE MORENO ROSIE STAHL RSC RUBIN & ZIMMERMAN RUTH A SHARP SAFECO SANDRA DONNEL Y SANDY EINSPAHR SANDYS OFFICE SUPPLY SARAH SCHIPPER SAWATCH SUMMITNAIL SYMP SCHENK KERST DEWINTER SCULL YS ART OFFICE AND SECOND CHANCE BODY ARMOR SENTER, GOLDFARB & RICE SENTRY SECURITY FASTENERS SERVICEMASTER OF VAIL SHAINHOL TZ TODD H DDS SHAWN WALKOWICZ SHEAFFER KAREN SINTON DAIRY COMPANY SKILLPATH SEMINAR SNOWBRIDGE ROTO ROOTER SNOWHITE LINEN SOCIETY HUMAN RESOURCE MG SOFTMART INC SOLEDAD MONGE STARBUCK SURVEYORS & ENGI STATE OF COLORADO STEPHANIE SMITH SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE EMPLOYEE INCENTIVE 452.70 25.00 59.42 190.00 3,656.97 28.10 120.00 28.75 16,714.81 1,538.00 30.62 9.38 225.00 74.52 30.00 8.10 25.88 163.18 370.00 632.34 30.00 3.72 10,467.28 10.35 30.82 139.59 282.80 1,500.00 35.00 132.03 25,453.84 3.10 252.76 54,455.40 129.00 550.00 210.68 401.76 695.00 368.73 119.43 160.00 299.81 250.00 1,180.00 500.00 89.00 9 02-05-2002 STERICYCLE INC STRAWBERRY PATCH STUVER & LeMOINE SUMMIT COUNTY SENIORS SUMMIT LUMBER SUSPENSE FUND T H I WASTE TERESA CIRKOVIC TERRI ALLENDER TIMOTHY H BERRY TODD A LINN TOM C STONE TOWN OF BASALT TOWN OF EAGLE TOWN OF GYPSUM TRANSCOR AMERICA INC TRI COUNTY FIRE TRI STAR AVIATION TWS PANEL DIVISION UNIFORM KINGDOM UNITED PARCEL SERVICE UNITED REPROGRAPHIC UNITED RESOURCE SYSTEMS UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO UNIVERSTIY PHYSICIANS INC UPPER EAGLE REGIONAL WA TE URBAN AND REGIONAL URBAN DRAINAGE & FLOOD US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY VAIL ELECTRONICS VAIL LOCK AND KEY VAIL NET VAIL RESORTS DEVELOPMENT VAIL TRAIL THE VAIL VALLEY EMERGENCY VAIL VALLEY JET CENTER VAIL VALLEY MEDICAL VAIL VALLEY MEDICAL CENTR VAILNET INC VALLEY COURIER VALLEY LUMBER VALLEY PARTNERSHIP VALLEY PINES HOMEOWNERS VALLEY PUBLISHING INC VERIZON SELECT SERVICES VERIZON WIRELESS, VIKING OFFICE PRODUCTS SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE 142.64 214.50 25.00 4,329.46 843.77 2,567.79 120.00 495.00 50.00 30.00 34.34 2,400.05 62.52 4,785.64 37.50 967.46 493.00 1,079.30 548.48 180.00 675.71 2,502.55 6.40 13.50 121.00 10.98 132.00 65.00 18,750.00 3,764.37 25.50 954.20 515.40 450.00 1,620.00 479.90 1,000.00 614.07 16.95 90.00 2.78 12,029.78 376.98 95.98 877.50 4,111.85 96.45 10 02-05-2002 VIOLA ULLERICK SERVICE 90.00 VISIBLE COMPUTER SUPPLY C SUPPLIES 192.53 WAGNER POWER SYSTEMS SERVICE 11,582.83 WELLS FARGO PAYROLL EXPD 268,460.12 WEST GROUP SERVICE 2,639.27 WESTERN PAGING SERVICE 8.00 WESTIN FRANCIS MARION SERVICE 834.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES 265.03 XEROX CORPORATION SERVICE 4,731.85 XEROX XES SYSTEM SERVICE 355.22 XYMID LLC SERVICE 4,535.00 Y & S PHARMACY SERVICE 3,521.05 YAMPA VALLEY ELECTRIC SERVICE 122.49 YOUTH ZONE SERVICE 375.00 ZANCANELLA & ASSOCIATES SERVICE 139.00 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SERVICE 125.79 PAYROLL FOR JANUARY PAYROLL 1 & 2 601,914.75 2,367,684.25 ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND ACTIVE COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE 108.00 B & H SPORTS SERVICE 211.00 BOGUE CONSTRUCTION SERVICE 10,587.05 BRATTON ENTERPRISE, INC. SERVICE 2,650.00 BROWNING FERRIS IND SERVICE 35.25 CCO AND ERA PAYROLL EXPD 3,940.70 CENTRAL SERVICES/EC SERVICE 64.15 COLORADO MOTOR PARTS SUPPLIES 102.86 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE 112.00 COMPLIANCE ALLIANCE INC SERVICE 405.40 COPY PLUS SUPPLIES 65.62 CRAIG POFF REIMBURSEMENT 9.75 DEEP ROCK WEST SERVICE 8.50 DOCTORS ON CALL SERVICE 55.00 EAGLE COUNTY PURCHASING SUPPLIES 13.54 EAGLE COUNTY REGIONAL SERVICE 9,668.61 EAGLE VALLEY HARDWARE SUPPLIES 48.57 ELAM CONSTRUCTION INCORPO SERVICE 118.75 ENVIROTECH SERVICE 2,924.63 FERRELLGAS SERVICE 61.45 GMCO CORPORATION SERVICE 6,810.77 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE AND SUPPLIES 28.97 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 56,892.52 HOLY CROSS ENERGY SERVICE 958.59 11 02-05-2002 INTERWEST SAFETY SUPPLY SUPPLIES 149.86 KINDER MORGAN INC SERVICE 1,003.19 LAFARGE CORPORATION SERVICE 27,607.18 MOTOR POOL FUND SERVICE 262,289.02 PITKIN COUNTY PUBLIC WORK SERVICE 13,247.32 POLICE DATA SYSTEMS SERVICE 600.00 SAFETY & CONSTRUCTION SUPPLIES 2,019.65 SCULL YS ART OFFICE AND SUPPLIES 62.20 SERVICEMASTER OF VAIL SERVICE 2,362.38 STRIPE WRIGHT SERVICE 2,659.24 SUMMIT LUMBER SUPPLIES 289.84 THERESALADENBURGER REIMBURSEMENT 5.00 TIMBERLINE STEEL SUPPLIES 264.05 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICE 232.88 VALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES 7.89 WELLS FARGO PAYROLL EXPD 23,660.14 WESTERN PAGING SERVICE 300.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES 1,448.52 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES 25.98 PAYROLL FOR JANUARY PAYROLL 1 & 2 56,970.53 491,086.55 SOCIAL SERVICES FUND ACTIVE COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE 35.00 AMANDA BALES REIMBURSEMENT 144.56 ASPEN COUNSELING CENTER SERVICE 400.00 BONJOUR BAKERY SERVICE 57.75 CCO AND ERA PAYROLL EXPD 4,270.92 CENTRAL SERVICES/EC SERVICE 950.76 CHERYL SOMMERFELD SERVICE 375.00 CHILDRENS HOSPITAL SERVICE 16.21 CITY MARKET #34 SUPPLIES 26.66 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HL TH SERVICE 1,050.00 COMFORT INN DOWNTOWN SERVICE 236.00 COMFORT SUITES SERVICE 119.00 CONSUL TEC SERVICE 25.00 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES 845.42 CSED SERVICE 123.72 EAGLE COUNTY PURCHASING SUPPLIES 1,035.76 EAGLE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFF REIMBURSEMENT 122.24 EAGLE PHARMACY SUPPLIES 22.76 EAGLE VALLEY CHILD CARE SERVICE 5,212.00 EL PASO COUNTY SHERIFF REIMBURSEMENT 30.40 ENVIRONMENTS, INC SERVICE 2,942.92 12 02-05-2002 FORINASH KATHLEEN GARFIELD COUNTY SHERIFF GILLILAND COUNSELING HEALTH INSURANCE FUND INTEGRITY PLUMBING AND JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFFS JOEL KARR JOHN C COLLINS PC JOSE BANUELOS JUNIPER VALLEY PRODUCTS KAPLAN COMPANIES, INC KAREN LAJOY SMITH MA LPC KARINA MEDINA KELLEY BLUE BOOK LABORATORY CORPORATION OF LISA GRIGGS MARIAN MCDONOUGH MARLlSA MIZERAK MARRIOTT HOTEL MARY JANE GONZALES MOTOR POOL FUND PATRICIA SENA PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING POSTMASTER PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN QUILL CORPORATION QWEST RADISSON INN S.E. RENEE FIELDS RENEE RICHARDS RHONDA L ATENCIO RITA WOODS ROCHELLE A BOWER RONALD MC DONALD HOUSE SAMARITAN CENTER OF THE SAN MIGUEL SHERIFF OFFICE SSTABS SSTABS CONFERENCE ST CHRISTOPHER HOUSE SUSPENSE FUND TERRI ALLENDER VANASK WAREHOUSE COMPANY VERIZON WIRELESS, WELLS FARGO XEROX CORPORATION PAYROLL FOR JANUARY REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE EMPLOYEE BENEFITS SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE PAYROLL EXPD SUPPLIES 273.34 20.72 350.00 53,227.09 1,814.10 9.00 125.00 1,530.00 2,425.00 222.62 1,804.50 300.00 26.00 201.00 171.00 278.64 39.55 115.23 116.00 95.22 733.36 69.68 258.00 47.20 77.35 14.50 182.44 129.00 460.92 190.00 48.10 90.08 291.14 90.00 300.00 67.40 5.00 130.00 416.50 500.00 50.00 100.10 251.16 14,303.52 809.25 PAYROLL 1 & 2 31,592.53 13 02-05-2002 132,393.32 WRAP FUND JOSE BANUELOS SERVICE 180.00 PARTNERS SERVICE 225.00 ROARING FORK RESOURCES SERVICE 56.00 VALLEY VIEW HOSPITAL SERVICE 198.30 659.30 RETIREMENT FUND CCO AND ERA PAYROLL EXPD 51,151.29 51,151.29 INSURANCE RESERVE FUND AMERICAN GLASS SERVICE 1,735.00 BROTHER'S AUTO BODY SERVICE 1,819.20 COUNTY TECHNICAL SERVICES SERVICE 5,153.00 GYPSUM AUTO BODY SERVICE 1,213.82 9,921.02 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND AVALANCHE PLUMBING SERVICE 13,535.69 BRADS ELECTRICAL SERVICE SERVICE 1,726.56 CERTIFIED BUSINESS SERVICE 477.39 DAHL PLUMBING SUPPLIES 75.08 DAVID ADAMS & ASSOCIATES SERVICE 95.00 DERALLS ENTERPRISE SERVICE 2,177.50 EAGLE SUPPLY SUPPLIES 574.68 EAGLE VALLEY GLASS AND SERVICE 1 81 .32 EAGLE V ALLEY HARDWARE SUPPLIES 11.20 EASTER OWENS ELECTRIC CO SERVICE 25,977.75 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE AND SUPPLIES 53.52 HERMAN MILLER INC. SERVICE 6,748.56 JEFF BERENS BUILDERS SERVICE 3,580.25 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY SUPPLIES 98.66 LAFARGE CORPORATION SERVICE 261.51 LIMITED ENERGY SOLUTIONS SERVICE 4,662.00 MARCIN ENGINEERING INC SERVICE 13,955.55 MOUNTAIN TOP ENTERPRISES SERVICE 945.00 14 02-05-2002 NATIONAL BUSINESS SUPPLIES 3,846.83 NORTHWEST COLORADO SERVICE 192.50 PAINT BUCKET THE SUPPLIES 304.72 PARAMOUNT FABRICS INC. SERVICE 897.00 PEAK LAND CONSULTANTS INC SERVICE 12,275.00 ROAD AND BRIDGE DEPARTMEN SERVICE 148,598.53 RUDD CONSTRUCTION SERVICE 261,710.50 SHAW CONSTRUCTION SERVICE 9,711.91 SUMMIT LUMBER SUPPLIES 328.15 T A YBEN TRANSPORTATION SERVICE 1,267.50 TRANE COMPANY SERVICE 5,723.07 VAIL ELECTRONICS SERVICE 27,565.51 547,558.44 SALES TAX E.V. TRANSP. ACE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY PARTS 92.52 ACTIVE COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE 320.52 ANDREA VESQUE REIMBURSEMENT 27.60 ASCOM SERVICE 127.50 AT & T WIRELESS SERVICES SERVICE 94.41 B & H SPORTS SERVICE 2,338.41 BROWNING FERRIS IND SERVICE 123.38 CASTA SERVICE 3,754.00 CASTLE PEAK AUTOMOTIVE PARTS 691.01 CCO AND ERA PAYROLL EXPD 2,848.27 CHILI WILL YS SERVICE 120.00 CITY MARKET #34 SUPPLIES 671.68 COLLETTS SERVICE 524.50 COLORADO MOTOR PARTS PARTS 320.24 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE 3,320.80 COLUMBINE MARKET SUPPLIES 17.15 COMPLIANCE ALLIANCE INC SERVICE 528.40 COPY PLUS SERVICE 139.40 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN PARTS 11,437.76 DAVID JOHNSON REIMBURSEMENT 53.82 DAY TIMERS INCORPORATED SUPPLIES 8.59 DEEP ROCK WEST SERVICE 130.50 DESIGN GLASS INCORPORATED SERVICE 706.25 DOCTORS ON CALL SERVICE 345.00 DODD DIESEL INCORPORATED PARTS 16,083.91 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES PARTS 13,483.12 EAGLE AUTO PARTS PARTS 61.20 EAGLE COUNTY MOTOR POOL PARTS 52,760.69 EAGLE COUNTY PURCHASING SUPPLIES 316.00 EAGLE COUNTY REGIONAL SERVICE 669.40 15 02-05-2002 EAGLE PHARMACY EAGLE RIVER AUTO BODY EAGLE VALLEY HARDWARE EPS DESIGN AND PRINT FALL LINE CORPORATION FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY FEDERAL EXPRESS FLEET-NET CORPORATION G & K SERVICES GAY JOHNSONS INC GENERAL ELECTRIC GEORGE K BAUM & COMPANY GILLIG CORPORATION GLENWOOD MEDICAL ASSOC HEALTH INSURANCE FUND HERMAN MILLER INC. HIGH COUNTRY LOCK & KEY HOLY CROSS ENERGY IMS OF COLORADO INNOVATIVE ENERGY JANET FIELD JAY MAX SALES JJP COMPANIES KAR PRODUCTS INCORPORATED KINDER MORGAN INC KKCH RADIO KSKE-AGM KTUN-FM RADIO KZYR-COOL RADIO LLC LAKE CREEK VILLAGE LAWSON PRODUCTS LEADING EDGE TECHNOLOGIES LEGACY COMMUNICATIONS INC L1L JOHNS WATER TREATMENT M & M AUTO PARTS MOTOR POOL FUND MOTOROLA MOTOROLA INCORPORATED MOUNTAIN EQUIPMENT MOUNTAIN GAZETTE LLC NEOPART NEW PIG CORPORATION ONE OF A KIND DESIGN PENNTEX INDUSTRIES INC QUILL CORPORATION QWEST RHONDA PARKER SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE PARTS SERVICE EMPLOYEE BENEFITS SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE PARTS SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE PARTS SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE PARTS SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT 73.64 3,754.00 201.57 227.24 3,448.00 230.76 25.80 6,180.00 195.20 19,410.34 323.00 2,500.00 3,483.71 302.00 108,304.31 322.88 13.00 3,356.77 220.00 11,250.00 60.72 480.52 10,000.00 206.57 3,512.95 1,124.40 384.00 1,234.00 880.00 10,240.00 514.87 616.75 821.50 245.00 569.80 5,445.33 7,208.64 3,136.20 65.72 475.00 200.00 505.34 765.00 1,465.10 313.73 60.57 25.00 16 02-05-2002 RON E BECK SERVICE 3,000.00 SALOON, THE SERVICE 20.00 SAN DIEGO COUNTY OF THE REIMBURSEMENT 55.38 SERVICEMASTER OF VAIL SERVICE 3,665.94 SILVER WHEELS INC. SERVICE 2,792.00 SOFTMART INC SERVICE 533.84 SPECIALTY INCENTIVES INC SERVICE 1,769.35 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE 408.50 TOWN OF AVON SERVICE 4,999.98 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICE 816.29 UNITED LABORATORIES SERVICE 913.99 UNITED STATES WELDING SERVICE 256.93 VAIL LOCK AND KEY SERVICE 80.00 VAIL TRAIL THE SERVICE 273.00 VALLEY SIGNS SERVICE 49.47 VERIZON WIRELESS, SERVICE 183.18 WELLS FARGO PAYROLL EXPD 70,341.35 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES 9.40 XCELENERGY SERVICE 607.68 XEROX CORPORATION SERVICE 201.06 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES 189.62 ZEP MANUFACTURING COMPANY SUPPLIES 129.97 ZUMAR INDUSTRIES SERVICE 158.33 PAYROLL FOR JANUARY PAYROLL 1 & 2 157,719.89 575,670.11 SALES TAX E.V. TRAILS AMERICAN PUBLIC WRKS ASSC SERVICE 113.00 BAND B EXCAVATING SERVICE 4,263.74 CCO AND ERA PAYROLL EXPD 128.26 COLUMBINE MARKET SUPPLIES 30.73 COPY PLUS SERVICE 10.00 DODSON ENGINEERED SERVICE 91.21 EAGLE COUNTY REGIONAL SERVICE 163.18 EAGLE EYE PHOTO SERVICE 32.10 EAGLE V ALLEY HARDWARE SUPPLIES 5.21 ELLIE CARYL REIMBURSEMENT 186.08 FEDERAL EXPRESS SERVICE 6.70 GYPSUM PUBLIC WORKS SERVICE 2,240.00 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 518.11 LESLIE KEHMEIER REIMBURSEMENT 40.36 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES 135.97 ROAD AND BRIDGE DEPARTMEN SERVICE 4,500.00 TOWN OF AVON SERVICE 1,000.00 17 02-05-2002 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICE 31,689.75 TOWN OF VAIL SERVICE 9,000.00 WELLS FARGO PAYROLL EXPD 807.46 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES 13.20 54,975.06 SALES TAX R.F.V. TRANSP. ROARING FORK SERVICE 69,729.72 69,729.72 SALES TAX R.F.V. TRAILS ROARING FORK SERVICE 7,747.74 7,747.74 TRANSPORTA. VEHICLE RPLCMT 2002 DODGE DAKOTA CLUB WESTERN SLOPE CHRYSLER CAB 20,051.00 20,051.00 AIRPORT FUND ABSG CONSULTING INC SERVICE 11,500.00 ACE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY SUPPLIES 629.35 AIRPORT AUTHORITY SERVICE 775.00 ALPINE TIRE COMPANY SERVICE 198.00 AMERICAN ASSOC AIRPORT SERVICE 1,225.00 AON AVIATION SERVICE 8,103.00 ARCH COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE 10.00 ASMI SERVICE 8,055.00 AT & TWIRELESS SERVICES SERVICE 231.66 BAND B EXCAVATING SERVICE 688,474.92 BENCHMARK ENGINEERING SERVICE 9,812.50 BERTHOD MOTORS SERVICE 32.01 BORDEN PROMOTIONS SERVICE 1,008.65 BOVA CONTEMPORARY SERVICE 604.80 BRENT SERVICES SERVICE 600.70 BROWNING FERRIS IND SERVICE 560.18 BUREAU OF LAND MANAGMENT SERVICE 145.37 CALOIA & HOUPT PC SERVICE 412.50 CCO AND ERA PAYROLL EXPD 2,536.68 18 02-05-2002 CENTRAL SERVICES/EC CENTURY EQUIPMENT COMPANY CENTURYTEL COLLETTS COLORADO ACTIVITY CTR INC COLORADO MOTOR PARTS COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS COLUMBINE MARKET COPY PLUS CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN CURTIS INDUSTRIES INC DANCO BUILDING SYSTEMS DEEP ROCK WEST DELL INC DISH NETWORK DORADO PRODUCTS INC DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES EAGLE AUTO PARTS EAGLE COUNTY PURCHASING EAGLE PHARMACY EAGLE VALLEY HARDWARE EAGLE VALLEY HS ART DEPT EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING FACTORY SURPLUS FOODS OF VAIL, HOME FOX & COMPANY FRONT RANGE FIRE GAMBA & ASSOCIATES INC GLENWOOD SHIRT COMPANY GMCO CORPORATION GYPSUM TOWN OF H & H HYDRAULICS INC. HEALTH INSURANCE FUND HERTZ CORPORATION HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC ASSOC HURD HARRY IDEAL FENCING CORP INNERMOUNTAIN DISTRIBUTNG INSIDE EDGE JIM JACKSON KINDER MORGAN INC KSKE/ROBERTS RADIO KTUN-FM RADIO KZYR FM LAFARGE CORPORATION LEGACY COMMUNICATIONS INC LONG'S EXCAVATION INC. SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE EMPLOYEE BENEFITS SERVICE SERVICE EMPLOYEE INCENTIVE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE EMPLOYEE INCENTIVE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE 268.33 1,015.42 8,058.92 2,847.55 315.00 26.84 7,739.80 1,255.06 61.35 183.82 340.03 9,599.00 142.40 2,464.00 462.23 653.39 2,934.80 160.06 138.08 123.95 37.69 500.00 544.50 69.98 2,026.53 1,020.00 13,196.00 6,210.47 3,518.00 1,750.10 668.50 167.70 43,118.87 115.36 5,405.06 100.00 2,047.50 47.96 247.89 100.00 4,096.43 648.00 810.00 810.00 7,618.72 227.29 765.00 19 02-05-2002 M & M AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES 163.11 MCI TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICE 281.58 MIDWEST AIR TRAFFIC SERVICE 57,396.00 MINE SAFETY APPLIANCES CO SERVICE 6,000.00 MOTOR POOL FUND SERVICE 1,071.36 MYSLlK INC SERVICE 7,977.00 NOBEL WELDING SERVICE 2,061.62 ONE OF A KIND DESIGN SERVICE 9,597.65 OSHKOSH TRUCK CORPORATION SERVICE 436.17 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING SERVICE 150.00 RENTX/EZ WAY SERVICE 95.60 ROARING FORK FENCING SERVICE 800.00 SCULL YS ART OFFICE AND SUPPLIES 430.33 SEARS INDUSTRIAL SALES SUPPLIES 39.99 SETON IDENTIFICATION PROD SERVICE 1,099.46 SIGNATURE SIGNS SERVICE 1,717.75 SPIEGEL MCDIARMID SERVICE 2,270.71 STANDARD SIGNS INC SERVICE 156.04 STEWART & STEVENSON POWER SERVICE 120.00 SUMMIT LUMBER SUPPLIES 63.90 TRANSCORE,INC SERVICE 246,007.80 VAIL BROCHURE DELIVERY SERVICE 800.00 VAIL ELECTRONICS SERVICE 1,048.00 VAIL TRAIL THE SERVICE 552.00 VAIL VALLEY JET CENTER SERVICE 25.73 VERIZON WIRELESS, SERVICE 282.03 WELLS FARGO PAYROLL EXPD 24,402.97 WORKRITE SERVICE 941.21 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES 189.44 XEROX CORPORATION SERVICE 870.73 PAYROLL FOR JANUARY PAYROLL 1 & 2 57,763.72 1,294,384.80 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FUND CERTIFIED BUSINESS SERVICE 17,415.58 MICRO WAREHOUSE SERVICE 25,953.22 VALLEY MEDICAL SERVICE 410.00 43,778.80 LANDFILL FUND BROWNING FERRIS IND SERVICE 40,149.00 CCO AND ERA PAYROLL EXPD 967.99 20 02-05-2002 CENTRAL SERVICES/EC SUPPLIES 116.09 CO DEPT PUBLIC HEALTH & SERVICE 13,074.07 DEEP ROCK WEST SERVICE 23.10 DOWN VALLEY SEPTIC SERVICE 330.00 EAGLE AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES 3.50 EAGLE COUNTY MOTOR POOL SERVICE 102.88 EAGLE COUNTY PURCHASING SUPPLIES 18.78 FACTORY SURPLUS EMPLOYEE INCENTIVE 10.00 HARRYS HEAVY HAULERS SERVICE 77,906.73 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 18,208.04 KELL Y L BERRY REIMBURSEMENT 34.65 KRW CONSULTING INC SERVICE 312.50 LAFARGE CORPORATION SERVICE 258.92 MARVI N LAMAN J R REIMBURSEMENT 58.12 MOTOR POOL FUND SERVICE 146,122.24 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES 321.93 ROAD AND BRIDGE DEPARTMEN SERVICE 81,923.96 SCULL YS ART OFFICE AND SUPPLIES 501.51 SERVICEMASTER OF VAIL SERVICE 3,198.56 SUMMIT LUMBER SULLIES 23.99 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE 20.00 VALLEY RESOURCE MGMT SERVICE 4,470.00 WELLS FARGO PAYROLL EXPD 6,253.02 XEROX CORPORATION SERVICE 111 .00 PAYROLL FOR JANUARY PAYROLL 1 & 2 16,308.90 410,829.48 MOTOR POOL FUND A 1 AUTO ELECTRIC COMPANY SUPPLIES 1,220.05 AIR COMPRESSOR SERVICE SERVICE 350.78 ALLDA T A LLC SERVICE 1,500.00 ATCO INTERNATIONAL SERVICE 216.00 B & H SPORTS SERVICE 30.00 BERTHOD MOTORS SERVICE 12.19 BROWNING FERRIS IND SERVICE 91.09 CASTLE PEAK AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 5.41 CCO AND ERA PAYROLL EXPD 1,158.38 CO DEPT OF LABOR & EMPLMT SERVICE 245.00 COLLETTS SUPPLIES 63,261.54 COLORADO MOTOR PARTS SUPPLIES 1,903.27 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE 145.00 COPY PLUS SERVICE 65.62 CRAIG POFF REIMBURSEMENT 19.50 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES SUPPLIES 810.16 21 02-05-2002 EAGLE AMOCO SERVICE 6.00 EAGLE AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES 209.14 EAGLE COUNTY REGIONAL SERVICE 24,995.39 FACTORY SURPLUS EMPLOYEE INCENTIVE 90.00 G & K SERVICES SERVICE 555.36 GAY JOHNSONS INC SERVICE 37.18 GLENWOOD SPRINGS FORD SUPPLIES 182.37 GOODYEAR WHOLESALE TIRE SUPPLIES 3,161.38 HANSON EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES 2,715.26 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 28,085.52 HOL Y CROSS ENERGY SERVICE 2,478.32 HONNEN EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES 51.52 INDEPENDENT TOOL SUPPLY SUPPLIES 294.15 I NTERST ATE BATTERY SYSTMS SUPPLIES 506.70 J&S CONTRACTORS SUPPLY CO SUPPLIES 817.75 KINDER MORGAN INC SERVICE 2,593.66 KOIS BROTHERS SERVICE 51.87 LAWSON PRODUCTS SUPPLIES 1,504.01 LOGISTIXX FLEET SALES SERVICE 411.50 M & M AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES 88.65 MACDONALD EQUIPMENT CO SUPPLIES 387.33 MOTOR POOL FUND SERVICE 8,470.32 MOUNTAIN EQUIPMENT SERVICE 320.29 N A D A APPRAISAL GUIDES SERVICE 58.00 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING SERVICE 260.00 POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SUPPLIES 433.06 POWER MOTIVE SERVICE 863.52 REY MOTORS INCORPORATED SUPPLIES 354.40 SAFETY KLEEN SERVICE 147.62 SAN DIEGO COUNTY OF THE REIMBURSEMENT 55.38 SERVICEMASTER OF VAIL SERVICE 6,107.68 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE 76.92 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICE 602.13 UNITED STATES WELDING SERVICE 373.59 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICE 1,995.65 WEAR PARTS EQUIPMENT SERVICE 5,727.90 WELLS FARGO PAYROLL EXPD 8,475.37 WESTERN PAGING SERVICE 300.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES 1,905.37 PAYROLL FOR JANUARY PAYROLL 1 & 2 21,944.12 198,728.37 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND DENMAN GREY AND COMPANY EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 975.00 22 02-05-2002 EAGLE COUNTY REGIONAL EAGLE COUNTY TRAILS FUND GENERAL FUND MOTOR POOL FUND MOUNTAIN STATES ADMIN. PROVIDENT LIFE/ACCIDENT ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND SOCIAL SERVICES FUND UNITED STATES LIFE INS EMPLOYEE BENEFITS EMPLOYEE BENEFITS EMPLOYEE BENEFITS EMPLOYEE BENEFITS EMPLOYEE BENEFITS EMPLOYEE BENEFITS EMPLOYEE BENEFITS EMPLOYEE BENEFITS EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1,099.61 121.11 3,751.67 31.47 51,300.44 3,414.44 10,989.40 128.50 4,635.60 76,447.24 ENHANCED E911 FUND CENTURYTEL LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES QWEST SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE 184.41 50.00 12,666.62 12,901.03 REPORT TOTAL 6,365,697.52 Consent Agenda Chairman Gallagher stated the first item before the Board was the Consent Agenda as follows: A) Approval of bill paying for the week of February 4, 2002, subject to review by County Administrator B) Approval of payroll for February 7, 2002, subject to review by County Administrator C) Approval of the minutes of the Board of County Commissioners meeting of January 15,2002 D) Community Services Block Grant, application for 2002-2003 E) Agreement between Eagle County and Eagle County School District for early childhood training services F) 2002 Track Type Loader, Trade in #6624 G) 2002 Four Wheel Drive Motor Grader, trade in of unit #6332 - 1994 Galion 850 Motor Grader H) 2002 Four Wheel High Dump Regenerative Air Street Sweeper, trade in #6483 I) 2002 Self Propelled Sweeper, trade in of unit #6582 J) Resolution, adopting rules and regulations for ground transportation at the Eagle County Regional Airport K) Resolution 2002-015, authorizing the Chairman to sign an application for a State Highway Access Permit for Miller Ranch Road. Chairman Gallagher asked the Attorney's Office if there were any changes to the Consent Agenda. Tom Moorhead, County Attorney, recommended they remove item J at this time to draft new language as directed by the Board. Chairman Gallagher asked on the heavy equipment, how the life of the equipment is measured. Brad Higgins, Director of Road and Bridge, stated they usually do a five year buy back. He 23 02-05-2002 stated they rarely exercise that option. He stated each piece is dealt with separately and they try to trade them in before expending large amounts of maintenance money. Commissioner Menconi moved to approve the Consent Agenda removing item 1. Commissioner Stone seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Plat & Resolution Signing Cliff Simonton, Planner, presented the following plats and resolutions for the Board's consideration: Resolution 2002-016. to approve a permit to construct major extensions of existing domestic water and sewage treatment systems and for the efficient utilization of a municipal water project in order to serve the Berrv CreekIMiller Ranch llroperty located in Edwards. Colorado (Eagle County File No. 1041-0039). The Board, in its capacity as the Eagle County Permit Authority, conducted a public hearing to consider this application on December 18th, 2001. Commissioner Stone moved to approve Resolution 2002-016, to approve a permit to construct major extensions of existing domestic water and sewage treatment systems and for the efficient utilization of a municipal water project in order to serve the Berry Creek/Miller Ranch property located in Edwards, Colorado (Eagle County File No. 1041-0039). Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Resolution 2002-017, to approve the Subdivision Sketch Plan for the Rather Subdivision (Eagle County File No. SUS-000I0). The Board considered this application on January 8th, 2002. Commissioner Menconi moved to approve Resolution 2002-017, to approve the Subdivision Sketch Plan for the Rather Subdivision (Eagle County File No. SUS-00010). Commissioner Stone seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Resolution 2002-018, to approve a petition to grant a Variance from Improvement Standards established in Section 4-620 of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations for the Affordable Housing Portion of the Berry CreekIMiller Ranch pun (Eagle County File No. VIS- 0015). The Board conducted a public hearing on January 22nd, 2002, to consider the Applicant's petition. Commissioner Stone moved to approve Resolution 2002-018, to approve a petition to grant a variance from Improvement Standards established in Section 4-620 of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations for the Affordable Housing Portion of the Berry Creek/Miller Ranch PUD (Eagle County File No. VIS-0015). Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Resolution 2002-019, Ground Transportation at the Airport Tom Moorhead stated they have the changes to the rules and regulations as requested by the Board. He spoke to Exhibit F, Ground Transportation Access Fees, section 4, A VI Transponder Fee, there is a new section which will state, "In the event a taxi cab exits the Airport and returns to the Airport in less than 20 minutes, the second trip shall not be subject to a per trip fee." The other additional change is to section 5 which describes hotel and motel operators, they will add car rental operators as appropriate vehicles to which no fee will be charged as no fee is being charged to the guest. Chairman Gallagher asked if this is in addition to paragraph 4C. Mr. Moorhead stated yes and the original paragraph 4C will become 4 D. Chairman Gallagher asked for a motion to item J ofthe Consent Calendar. Commissioner Menconi moved to approve item J of the Consent Agenda, Resolution 2002-019, 24 02-05-2002 adopting Rules and Regulations for Ground Transportation at the Eagle County Regional Airport, as amended. Commissioner Stone seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. PDSP-00014, Berry CreekIMiller Ranch PUD Sketch Plan ZC-00053, Berry CreekIMiller Ranch Zone Change Chairman Gallagher opened the meeting stating he was glad to see so many individuals present. He stated anyone wanting to speak must be add their name to the sign up sheet. Commissioner Gallagher expressed his appreciation and that of the Board to the Planning Commission. He stated they have combined the sketch plan and the preliminary plan into one. Commissioner Stone also thanked the Planning Commission and thanked them for their comments. He also thanked the recreation planning group who focused on this property and the fairgrounds. He thanked people in advance for being part of this civil process. Commissioner Menconi echoed his thanks to the Planning Commission and to the citizens who are present today. Chairman Gallagher reiterated that there is sign up sheet for those who wish to comment on the file. He requested that all people turn off their cell phones, put them on vibrate or sit close to an exit. Joe Forinash, Planner, presented file numbers PDSP-00014, Berry Creek/Miller Ranch PUD Sketch Plan and ZC-00052, Berry Creek/Miller Ranch Zone Change. He showed various sketches of the parcel and the proposed designated uses. He stated the sites depicted in purple are school sites. He showed the location of the alternative site, which is currently being planned for a campus for Colorado Mountain College. He stated there is a 31.5 acres tract for housing, which has 285 units proposed. He pointed out the recreation tract for ball fields, community centers and an open space tract to the east. He summarized the proposal as being mixed use on 222.7 acres, active recreation on 35.8 acres. School facilities on 77.9 acres, open space located throughout the site, local resident housing is proposed on 31.5 acres, CMC campus on 16 acres. There will be three points of access to the site, one from the Edwards Spur Road, Winslow Road in Singletree and from Highway 6 across Cemetery Bridge, which will be reconstructed. A 1041 permit has been approved. Potable water will come from Upper Eagle Regional Water Authority. Waste water will be from the Eagle River Water and Sanitation District. There is additional sites reviewed for each one of the sites and a Design Review Committee will provide continuity throughout the development. Staff findings are as shown on staff report and as follows: He stated the Planning Commission recommended denial of the zone change and combined PUD Sketch Preliminary Plan based on the following issues: Separation of Sketch and Preliminary Plans. PUD Guide now, including illumination and noise concerns, and including a change in the composition of the design review board. Spur Road concerns need to be addressed concurrently. County needs to be responsible for park and ride, library, inter-project buses, and a County presence of some kind in the project. Maintaining the equestrian center. Including recreation in the first phase of improvements. Road should have wider shoulders than proposed. LEED certification for the whole project. Open space should be provided by a permanent restriction or dedication, with a public hearing on the use; and deeded over to a body for management. Need for passive recreation areas, i.e., parks for fairs, kites, picnics, and kids. The Applicants have responded to the issues note by the Planning Commission in the form of a 25 02-05-2002 letter from Tom Braun, Braun Associates, Inc., a copy of which is attached. As noted, a number of the responses are also in the form of revisions to the PUD Guide, a copy of which is also attached. In response to concerns about assuring that significant road improvements are completed along with the initial phase of the development, the Applicants have proposed a condition of approval, as follows: The Traffic Impact Analysis completedfor the Berry Creek/Miller Ranch PUD assumes the completion of a variety of on and off-site improvements. In order to ensure concurrency with traffic generated by the development of the PUD and related road improvements, the following road/circulation improvements shall be included with the initial construction of the project: Full access improvements as mandated by the State Highway Access Code (2CCR60l-l), at both the Edwards Spur Road/Miller Ranch Road intersection and the intersection of the relocated Cemetery Bridge Road and State Highway 6. Intersection improvements at Miller Ranch Road/Winslow Road and Miller Ranch Road/Charter School Road, Recreation trail and sidewalk improvements, Modifications to existing Edwards Spur Road access points to the Edwards Station project. Improvements outlined above shall be in place concurrent with the completion of the development of Tract A (the initial development of the CMC facility) and of Tract D (the housing tract). This condition been incorporated as a condition of approval of the combined PUD Sketch/Preliminary Plan. Mixed use development on a 222.7 acre site which would include active recreation on 35.8 acres (including athletic fields, play areas, and an ice arena and/or recreation center); open space on 50.2 acres (including trails, bridges necessary for trails, picnic facilities, restrooms, drainage and irrigation improvements and facilities, and trailhead parking); local resident housing on 31.5 acres not to exceed 10 dwelling units per acre; school facilities on 77.9 acres (in addition to the existing Berry Creek Middle School and Charter School) may include a new elementary school and a new high school; and an alternative use site owned jointly by the Applicants on 16.0 acres which may be leased to Colorado Mountain College for a regional college campus and related community facilities. The balance of the site (11.3 acres) will be right-of-way. Primary access to the site would be by Miller Ranch Road, proposed to be constructed from the Edwards Spur Road through the site to connect with Winslow Road, which provides alternate access to the site from the Singletree development to the north. Another access from this parcel directly to Highway 6 to the south has previously been identified in the Edwards Area Access Plan to reduce traffic on the Edwards Spur Road, although specific alignment has not been determined. Water and wastewater utility service will be provided by the Eagle River Water and Sanitation District. A 1041 permit application has been submitted and approved by the Eagle County Permit Authority. 1999 - The Eagle County Recreation Authority and the Eagle County School District (RE-50J) entered into a Intergovernmental Agreement to develop the site on a joint basis. 2000 - A PUD Sketch Plan, which was similar in many respects to this combined Sketch/Preliminary Plan, was approved by the Board of County Commissioners. Referral responses are as shown on staff report and as follows: Eagle County Engineering Department Preliminary Plat Various technical comments regarding the preliminary plat. Road Design Standards The applicant has been able to meet all design standards of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations with the exception of one standard (known as "K factor") which relates generally to sight distance on Miller Ranch Road at the Edwards Spur Road intersection. The Land Use Regulations 26 02-05-2002 permit deviations from these standards if certain findings are made. The County Engineer recommends that that the deviation be approved. Other Improvement Standards Various comments (copy attached) Eagle County Environmental Health Future air quality is a concern for the Edwards area and is of particular importance with respect to this development. To maintain air quality in the Edwards area and improve the quality of life for residents of this development, it is recommended that wood burning devices be prohibited for this PUD. It is recommended that approval of the preliminary plan or final plat be conditioned to require a storm water detention plan designed with the NWCCOG's water quality protection standards for treating pre-construction and post-construction storm water runoff to reduce sediment transportation. The NWCCOG recommends storm water detention for the 2-year and 25-year storm events. The geology of the site enables rapid communication of organic and chemical pollutants to groundwater. To protect the Eagle River's cold water fishery, an integrated management plan to reduce the amounts of pesticides, snow melt chemicals and fertilizers needed to maintain the future neighborhood should be incorporated into the PUD control document. It is recommended that the landscape design associated with this development require a drought resistant palate and a limited amount of lawn areas to reduce the amount of water required to maintain the landscaping and reduce the quantities of fertilizers an pesticides that may be transported to the Eagle flver. Eagle County Health and Human Services Provided a summary of child care licensing requirements (attached). ECO Transit (Eagle County Regional Transportation Authority) Serving this development is both an obligation and an opportunity for ECO Transit. The site can be served by buses from both the Spur Road and Highway 6. For passenger safety and efficient route scheduling, certain minimum design standards must be used. ECO Transit supports a park and ride at the development, provided that passenger waiting areas, lighting, and shelters are included in such plans. ECO Trails (Eagle County Regional Transportation Authority) The development team is to be applauded for designing a comprehensive transportation and recreational trail system that will serve all areas of the site. Request to advise ECO Trails if the regional trail as it is currently constructed along the southern border of the property will NOT remain intact or WILL be disturbed or otherwise altered by construction. Trail easements exist presently only on School District property, but were deemed not necessary on County-owned property. As PUD is finalized, ownership of various tracts will change. Recommends that the regional trail be included in a separate Tract so as to not confuse platting, land trade and management issues. Eagle County would own the property and the trail. Impacts to the trail platform caused by changing drainage patterns due to development should be evaluated and mitigation defined for any potential affects (prevention of ponding on north side of trail, increasing culvert size, etc.). Important safety topic: Eight pedestrian/bicycle crossings of Miller Ranch Road are shown. How will they function - crosswalks, lighting, traffic calming features? Details should be provided and alternatives considered. On north side of Miller Ranch Road, especially through Tracts Band F, if not a four to six foot sidewalk, at least road shoulders should be provided to allow safe bicycle and road travel. Trails through the open space areas are appropriately unpaved trails. Great Outdoors Colorado and the Colorado State Trails Program have useful and considerate guidelines for designing trails with 27 02-05-2002 wildlife in mind. Concern about use of regional trail for snow storage. The trail is a through route and should not be blocked or encroached upon by snow storage in any location. Motorized vehicles are prohibited except for County maintenance. Contractors should not be allowed to use the trail as a secondary access during construction as it is unnecessary, damages the investment and is unsafe for users, particularly bicyclists. Peak Engineering has indicated that it will incorporate the necessary trail signs into the final construction documents. Care should be taken to design an irrigation system for the playing fields that does not water the regional trail. Upper Eagle Regional Water Authority The Berry Creek Miller Ranch development is expected to require annual diversions of 112 acre feet from Edwards Metro District and 44 acre feet from the Berry Creek Metro District. Accordingly, the Water Authority will have adequate treatment and storage capacity and Edwards and Berry Creek have adequate water rights to serve customers in the Berry Creek Miller Ranch development, in addition to current customers and customers in other areas for which service has been committed. Water service to Berry Creek Miller Ranch will be contingent upon [1] conveyance to the Water Authority of water necessary to serve the development, [2] dedication of water rights or payment of cash in lieu of water rights dedication, and [3] payment of applicable Water Tap Fees, Plant Investment Fees, and fees in lieu of Treated Water Storage. Eagle River Water & Sanitation District ER W &SD will provide domestic sewer service to this development. The Edwards Wastewater Treatment Plant is operating at 60% of current design capacity. Northwest Colorado Council of Governments NWCCOG is pleased with respect to consideration of potential water quality impacts during construction of the project, with the intent to connect to existing public water and wastewater systems, avoidance of identified wetland and riparian areas, erosion and sediment control, and water quality detention basins designed to detain the 25-year peak flow from the developed condition to the existing condition. NWCCOG is concerned regarding the small amount of attention devoted to reducing pollutant loads from the developed project, specifically water pollution from storm events smaller than the 25-year storms. NWCCOG recommends the use ofNWCCOG's post-construction storm water detention criteria to ensure that the storm water pollutants from the proposed development are minimized. NWCCOG suggests that more attention be placed on developed condition pollutant load reduction from the proposed project. NWCCOG further recommends that the constructed detention facilities be easily maintained, and that an appropriate agency be identified that will be responsible for ensuring that detention basins are functioning as designed throughout the life of the project. NWCCOG suggests that silt fencing, straw bales, and stone check dams are techniques used to trap sediment once it has been entrained in the movement of water. Mulching, seeding (vegetative cover), and other soil stabilization techniques focus on preventing the soil from being entrained and moved by water. In other words, NWCCOG strongly encourages more emphasis on using preventive approaches (pollution prevention) and less emphasis on pollutant removal approaches in controlling erOSiOn. Colorado Division of Wildlife The proposed development will not significantly impact those species mapped in the Eagle County Master Plan. However, black bears is a species that has not been addressed.aCDOW has made a number of recommendations to reduce human-bear conflicts. 28 02-05-2002 The PUD should include detailed dog restrictions to prevent negative impacts to wildlife using the riparian corridor and prevent loose dogs from being on the school grounds and recreation fields. Colorado State Forest Service The wildfire hazard rating for the property is moderate. However, based on the location ofthe property and the natural fuels in the area, there is little threat to the property from wildfire. The concerns for the project are to insure adequate access for emergency vehicles and provide for defensible space around all structures. Colorado Geological Survey Agrees with the assessment performed by Hepworth-Pawlak Geotechnical, Inc., of the geological hazards present at this property. Additional design-level geotechnical investigations, with subsurface explorations at the location of planned structures, will be needed once site development plans are better defined to address certain hazards and conditions. During grading and prior to construction, any voids, sinkholes or related adverse conditions encountered will necessitate reevaluation of the site's suitability, relocation of the planned facility, or mitigation if a qualified engineer determines that it is possible to minimize the risk of structural damage due to settlement. A collapse feature is present in the western part of the project area, whose location corresponds with the site of planned high school and college buildings. Irrigation of the planned ball fields immediately east of the known subsidence feature may activate additional subsidence, and may result in the formation of new sinkholes. Careful monitoring of all facilities' performance will be needed to reduce the risks of unsafe conditions and structural damage due to settlement. Foundation damage due to hydrocompaction and differential settlement can occur if water infiltrates the soils adjacent to and beneath foundations as a result of, for example, landscape irrigation and increased runoff from paved areas. It is imperative that proper grading, compaction and drainage are incorporated into all site development plans. Test borings have been drilled to very shallow depths of generally less than 10 feet. However, groundwater levels should be expected to rise to shallow depths seasonally, during storm events, and with increased runoff and irrigation. Foundation perimeter drains should be constructed beneath all buildings to help prevent infiltration and to control wetting of potentially collapsible soils in the immediate vicinity of the substructure. The drain systems must be sloped to discharge to a gravity outlet or sump pump location. Water and sewer lines will need to be kept in especially good repair at this site, because an unfixed leak could create or enlarge existing solution cavities within the evaporite, causing new sinkholes to form, and could trigger subsidence due to hydrocompaction within the overlying alluvium. All soil and pavement surfaces must slope away from school buildings to prevent water ponding and ice hazards. Colorado Division of Water Resources Water use estimates were provided, but the basis for the estimates is unclear and cannot be verified. Statute requires that a municipality or quasi-municipality file a report with the county and the state engineer documenting the amount of water which can be supplied to the proposed development without causing injury to existing water rights. A report of this nature was not submitted. Use of irrigation water rights in the raw water irrigation system is acceptable so long as no change of type of use, place of use or expansion of irrigation is to occur. USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service The "Howard Irrigation Ditch" should be located on submitted maps. The Howard Ditch needs to remain intact. What alternative makes the most sense? Holy Cross Energy Holy Cross Energy has existing power facilities located on or near the site which have adequate 29 02-05-2002 capacity to provide electric power to the development. Any power line enlargements, relocations, and new extensions necessary to deliver adequate power to and within the development will be undertaken by Holy Cross upon completion of appropriate contractual agreements. Additional Referral Agencies: Eagle County Attorney, Eagle County Building Division, Eagle County Housing Division, Eagle County Sheriff, Eagle County Animal Control, Berry Creek Metro District, Edwards Metro District, Eagle River Water & Sewer, Town of Vail, Colorado Department of Transportation, US Army Corps of Engineers, CenturyTel, KN Energy, Eagle River Fire District, Eagle County Ambulance District, Arrowhead at Vail HOA, Homestead HOA, The Reserve HOA, River Pines HOA, Singletree HOA. Staff findings are as shown on staff report and as follows: Pursuant to Eagle County Land Use Regulations Section 5-240.F .3.e Standards for the review of a Sketch and Preliminary Plan for a PUD: STANDARD: Unified ownership or control. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (1)] - The title to all land that is part of a PUD shall be owned or controlled by one (1) person. A person shall be considered to control all lands in the PUD either through ownership or by written consent of all owners of the land that they will be subject to the conditions and standards of the PUD. Portions ofthe site are owned by Eagle County and the Eagle County School District (RE-50l), respectively. Both parties are applicants for this development. [+] FINDING: Unified ownership or control. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (1)] While the title to all land that is part of this PUD IS NOT owned or controlled by one (1) person, the owners HAVE made a joint application based on an Intergovernmental Agreement which continues to be in effect. STANDARD: Uses. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (2)] - The uses that may be developed in the PUD shall be those uses that are designated as uses that are allowed, allowed as a special use or allowed as a limited use in Table 3-300, "Residential, Agricultural and Resource Zone Districts Use Schedule", or Table 3-320, "Commercial and Industrial Zone Districts Use Schedule", for the zone district designation in effect for the property at the time of the applicationfor PUD. Variations of these use designations may only be authorized pursuant to Section 5-240 F. 3.j, Variations Authorized. A number of uses are proposed for the site, including those related to recreation, education, residential and open space. All of the uses specifically identified are uses that are allowed, allowed as a special use or allowed as a limited use in the Resource zone district, with the exception ofthe following: Two family residential dwellings Townhomes Multiple family residential dwellings Seasonal Employee Housing Units Temporary real estate sales office Office/administrative buildings Section 5-240.F.3.f., Variations Authorized, of the Land Use Regulations, provides that variations may be granted by the Board of County Commissioners if it finds that the Preliminary Plan achieves one or more of several specified purposes and that the granting of the variation is necessary for that purpose to be achieved. Those purposes include [1] obtaining desired design qualities, [2] avoiding environmental resources and natural hazards, [3] providing incentives for water augmentation, [4] providing incentives for improvements to the Eagle County trails system, [5] providing incentives to assure long term affordable housing, or [6] providing incentives to develop public facilities. It appears that the variations requested in the application are necessary to obtain desired design qualities if greater variety in the type, design and layout of buildings is achieved (#1 above), to provide incentives to assure long term affordable housing (#5 above), and to provide incentives to develop public 30 02-05-2002 facilities ( #6 above). [+] FINDING: Uses. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (2)] The uses that may be developed in the PUD ARE NOT those uses that are designated as uses that are allowed, allowed as a special use or allowed as a limited use in Table 3-300, "Residential, Agricultural and Resource Zone Districts Use Schedule" for the zone district designation in effect for the property at the time of the application for PUD. However, variations of these use designations MAY BE authorized pursuant to Section 5-240 F.3.f., Variations Authorized. STANDARD: Dimensional Limitations. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (3)] - The dimensional limitations that shall apply to the PUD shall be those specified in Table 3-340, "Schedule of Dimensional Limitations", for the zone district designation in effect for the property at the time of the applicationfor PUD. Variations of these dimensional limitations may only be authorized pursuant to Section 5-240 F.3.f, Variations Authorized. provided variations shall leave adequate distance between buildings for necessary access and fire protection, and ensure proper ventilation, light, air and snow melt between buildings. Proposed dimensional limitations do differ from those that are specified for the Resource zone district. In the Recreation Tract and the Alternative Use Tract, dimensions which differ include [1] minimum lot area, [2] minimum setbacks, [3] maximum lot coverage, and [4] maximum building height. In the School Tracts, all dimensional limitations have been eliminated to reflect the latitude provided in Statute for the development of school sites. In the Housing Tract, the minimum lot area, the maximum building height, and the required yard setbacks differ from those in effect in the Resource zone district. As noted above, Section 5-240.F.3.f., Variations Authorized, of the Land Use Regulations, provides that variations may be granted by the Board of County Commissioners if it finds that the Preliminary Plan achieves one or more of several specified purposes and that the granting of the variation is necessary for that purpose to be achieved. Those purposes include [1] obtaining desired design qualities, [2] avoiding environmental resources and natural hazards, [3] providing incentives for water augmentation, [4] providing incentives for improvements to the Eagle County trails system, [5] providing incentives to assure long term affordable housing, or [6] providing incentives to develop public facilities. It appears that the variations requested in the application are necessary to obtain desired design qualities if greater variety in the type, design and layout of buildings is achieved (#1 above), to provide incentives to assure long term affordable housing (#5 above), and to provide incentives to develop public facilities (#6 above). [+] FINDING: Dimensional Limitations. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (3)] The dimensional limitations that shall apply to the PUD ARE NOT those specified in Table 3- 340, "Schedule of Dimensional Limitations", for the zone district designation in effect for the property at the time ofthe application for PUD. However, variations of these use designations MAY BE authorized pursuant to Section 5-240 F.3.f., Variations Authorized. STANDARD: Off-Street Parking and Loading. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (4)] - Off-street parking and loading provided in the PUD shall comply with the standards of Article 4, Division 1, Off-Street Parking and Loading Standards. A reduction in these standards may be authorized where the applicant demonstrates that: (a) Shared Parking. Because of shared parking arrangements among uses within the PUD that do not require peak parking for those uses to occur at the same time, the parking needs of residents, guests and employees of the project will be met; or (b) Actual Needs. The actual needs of the project's residents, guests and employees will be less than those set by Article 4, Division 1, Off-Street Parking and Loading Standards. The applicant may commit to provide specialized transportation services for these persons (such as vans, subsidized bus passes, or similar services) as a means of complying with this standard. 31 02-05-2002 Site specific development proposals are not included as part of this combined sketch/preliminary plan but will be provided at a subsequent site-specific development review. Parking on non-school sites will be required to conform to the provisions of Division 4-1, Off Street Parking and Loading Standards, ofthe Land Use Regulations. However, Board of County Commissioners may permit a combined off- street/on-street parking mix by approving a PUD Comprehensive Parking Plan pursuant to Section 4- 140.M., Parking Within a Planned Unit Development (PUD). To permit any necessary review of the parking requirements, the PUD Guide has been revised to include provisions for subsequent review of any detailed development proposal for the housing tract to be reviewed and approved by the Board of County Commissioners. It is proposed that the residential development in the housing tract include a day care center. Eagle County Health and Human Services has provided a summary of child care center licensing requirements, including parking and loading requirements, in addition to minimum indoor and outdoor areas and required amenities. It is also understood that there are certain minimum sizes of day care operations that are economically viable. A more detailed site-specific development plan for the housing tract will be submitted and reviewed as required by the PUD Guide, subsequent to the approval of this SketchiPreliminary Plan for the PUD. [+] FINDING: Off-Street Parking and Loading. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (4)] It has NOT been demonstrated that off-street parking and loading provided in the PUD complies with the standards of Article 4, Division 1, Off-Street Parking and Loading Standards, without a necessity for a reduction in the standards. However, with the recommended conditions, these standards MAY be met in subsequent reviews of site-specific development plans for the housing tract. STANDARD: Landscaping. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (5)] - Landscapingprovided in the PUD shall comply with the standards of Article 4, Division 2, Landscaping and Illumination Standards. Variations from these standards may be authorized where the applicant demonstrates that the proposed landscaping provides sufficient buffering of uses from each other (both within the P UD and between the PUD and surrounding uses) to minimize noise, glare and other adverse impacts, creates attractive streetscapes and parking areas and is consistent with the character of the area. A conceptual landscape plan has been provided. However, a detailed landscape plan, as specified and required in Section 4-220.C., Detailed Landscape Plan, of the Land Use Regulations will be provided at a subsequent site-specific development review. Information on the landscape plan drawings differ from the text of the application with respect to when streetscape landscaping is to be installed. The text seems to indicate that streetscape landscaping will be installed during the first phase of the development (including the construction of Miller Ranch Road). The drawings seem to indicate that final landscape design and installation will occur as each individual tract is developed. To provide streetscape landscaping along Miller Ranch Road which is consistent with an overall concept for the development, and to ensure that this major roadway through the site is completed in a timely manner, streetscape landscaping along Miller Ranch Road is best installed as a part of Phase I of the development which includes the construction of Miller Ranch Road. As a condition of approval, a detailed landscape plan as specified in Section 4-220.C., Detailed Landscape Plan, of the Land Use Regulations, should be required which shows landscaping features along Miller Ranch Road, in common areas and at anticipated intersections prior to approval of the initial final plat for this development. [+] FINDING: Landscaping. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (5)] It HAS NOT been demonstrated that the landscaping proposed for the PUD complies with the standards of Article 4, Division 2, Landscaping and Illumination Standards. However, with the recommended condition of approval, these requirements MAY be satisfied prior to approval of the initial final plat for the development. STANDARD: Signs. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (6)] - The sign standards applicable to the PUD shall be as specified in Article 4, Division 3, Sign Regulations. unless, as provided in Section 4-340 D., 32 02-05-2002 Signs Allowed in a Planned Unit Development (P UD) , the applicant submits a comprehensive sign plan for the PUD that is determined to be suitable for the PUD and provides the minimum sign area necessary to direct users to and within the PUD. A plan for traffic and related signs has been provided. While the Applicant and all developers will be required to comply with Article 4, Division 3, Sign Regulations, it may be noted that there are certain exemptions to the Sign Regulations which may be applicable, including information signs on public property and scoreboards of less than a specified size. (See Section 4-31 O.B., Exempt Signs.) [+] FINDING: Signs. [Section 5-240.F.3.e(6)] The signs within the PUD will be as specified in Article 4, Division 3, Sign Regulations. STANDARD: Adequate Facilities. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (7)] - The applicant shall demonstrate that the development proposed in the Preliminary Plan for PUD will be provided adequate facilities for potable water supply, sewage disposal, solid waste disposal, electrical supply, fire protection and roads and will be conveniently located in relation to schools, police andfire protection, and emergency medical services. [+] Potable water suplJlv. - The Upper Eagle Regional Water Authority has indicated that it will have adequate treatment and storage capacity, and that the Edwards Metropolitan District and the Berry Creek Metropolitan District have adequate water rights to serve customers in this development. Water service is contingent upon conveyance of certain water mains; dedication of certain water rights or payment of cash in lieu of water rights dedication; and payment of applicable water tap fees, plant investment fees and fees in lieu of treated storage water. The Applicants have indicated that they will dedicate sufficient water rights to replace 120% of their irrigation season indoor use depletions, as required by the Metropolitan Districts. It appears that the construction drawings for the potable water supply are satisfactory to the County Engineer. A separate 1041 permit application permit has been submitted by the Applicant and approved by the Eagle County Permit Authority. [+] Sewage disDosal. - Sewage disposal service is proposed to be provided by the Eagle River Water & Sanitation District. The District has indicated that it is willing and has the available treatment capacity to handle this development. It appears that the construction drawings for the sewage disposal system are satisfactory to the County Engineer. A separate 1 041 permit application has been submitted by the Applicant and approved by the Eagle County Permit Authority. [+] Solid waste disposal. - It appears that adequate solid waste disposal services are available in the area. [+] Electrical sUDDlv. - Holy Cross Energy has indicated that it has existing power facilities on or near the site, and that these facilities have adequate capacity to provide electric power to the development. [+] Fire Drotection. - The site is located within and will be served by the Eagle River Fire District. [+] Roads. - The principal road within the PUD will be Miller Ranch Road which will extend from the Edwards I -70 Spur Road east through the development. Another road providing access directly to Highway 6 from the east end of the development is proposed, but its alignment has not been determined. With the exception of several deficiencies noted by the County Engineer, it appears that, for the most part, the construction drawings for the roads to be built as part of this proposal are satisfactory to the County Engineer. As a condition of approval, all engineering studies, plans and construction drawings should be completed to the satisfaction of the County Engineer prior to approval of the initial final plat for this development. [+] Proximitv to Schools - Public elementary and middle schools currently exist in the Edwards area. A high school currently exists in Eagle-Vail. In addition, a possible use on this site is another high school. Schools are in reasonable proximity of the site. [+] Proximity to Police and Fire Protection, and EmerfJencv Medical Services. - Law 33 02-05-2002 enforcement will be provided by the Eagle County Sheriff, who currently serves the Edwards area. Emergency medical services will be provided by Eagle County Ambulance District, which has a facility in the Edwards area. Fire protection services will be provided by the Eagle River Fire District. All emergency services are within reasonable proximity to the site. [+] FINDING: Adequate Facilities. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (7)] It HAS been demonstrated that the development proposed in the PUD Sketch/Preliminary Plan will be provided adequate facilities for potable water supply, sewage disposal, solid waste disposal, electrical supply, fire protection and roads, and will be conveniently located in relation to schools, police and fire protection, and emergency medical services. STANDARD: Improvements. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (8)] - The improvements standards applicable to the development shall be as specified in Article 4, Division 6, Imvrovements Standards. Provided, however, the development may deviate from the County's road standards, so the development achieves greater efficiency of infrastructure design and installation through clustered or compact forms of development or achieves greater sensitivity to environmental impacts, when the following minimum design principles are followed: (a) Safe, Efficient Access. The circulation system is designed to provide safe, convenient access to all areas of the proposed development using the minimum practical roadway length. Access shall be by a public right-o.fway, private vehicular or pedestrian way or a commonly owned easement. No roadway alignment, either horizontal or vertical, shall be allowed that compromises one (1) or more of the minimum design standards of the American Association of State Highway Officials (AASHTO) for that functional classification of roadway. (b) Internal Pathways. Internal pathways shall be provided to form a logical, safe and convenient system for pedestrian access to dwelling units and common areas, with appropriate linkages off-site. (c) Emergency Vehicles. Roadways shall be designed to permit access by emergency vehicles to all lots or units. An access easement shall be grantedfor emergency vehicles and utility vehicles, as applicable, to use private roadways in the development for the purpose of providing emergency services and for installation, maintenance and repair of utilities. (d) Principal Access Points. Principal vehicular access points shall be designed to provide for smooth traffic flow, minimizing hazards to vehicular, pedestrian or bicycle traffic. Where a PUD abuts a major collector, arterial road or highway, direct access to such road or highway from individual lots, units or buildings shall not be permitted Minor roads within the PUD shall not be directly connected with roads outside of the PUD, unless the County determines such connections are necessary to maintain the County's road network. (e) Snow Storage. Adequate areas shall be provided to store snow removed from the internal street network andfrom off-street parking areas. The applicant has been able to meet all design standards of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations with the exception of one standard (known as "K factor") which relates generally to sight distance on Miller Ranch Road at the Edwards Spur Road intersection. The K factor is determined based on open road conditions. Peak Land Consultants, Inc., the design engineer, has demonstrated to the satisfaction of the County Engineer that, with the proposed signalization at the intersection, the necessary K factor may be determined differently. As noted immediately above, the Land Use Regulations permit deviations from these standards in instances such as this if certain minimum design principles are followed regarding the following: Safe, efficient access Internal pathways Emergency vehicles Principal access points 34 02-05-2002 Snow storage The County Engineer has determined that the alternative design meets other applicable regulations, of primary importance being AASHTO, and recommends that the deviation be approved. [+] FINDING: Improvements. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (8)] It HAS been demonstrated that the improvements standards applicable to the development will be as specified in Article 4, Division 6, Improvements Standards, with the exception of the "K factor" standard on Miller Ranch Road at the Edwards Spur Road. However, a deviation from this standard MAY be granted because minimum design principles have been followed regarding (a) safe, efficient access, (b) internal pathways, ( c) emergency vehicles, (d) principal access points, and (e) snow storage. STANDARD: Compatibility With Surrounding Land Uses. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (9)] - The development proposedfor the PUD shall be compatible with the character of surrounding land uses. The surrounding land uses consist of commercial and residential. All but the commercial (Edwards Center) are separated from the site by 1-70 (to the north), the Edwards 1-70 Spur Road, (to the west), or railroad tracks and/or the Eagle River (to the west and south). The recreational, residential, and school uses are compatible with the surrounding land uses. [+] FINDING: Compatibility With Surrounding Land Uses. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (9)] The development proposed for the PUD IS compatible with the character of surrounding land uses. STANDARD: Consistency with Master Plan. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (10)] - The PUD shall be consistent with the Master Plan, including, but not limited to, the Future Land Use Map (FLUM). The consideration of the relevant master plans during sketch plan review is on a broad conceptual level, i.e, how a proposal compares to basic planning principles. As a development proposal moves from sketch plan to preliminary plan review, its conformance or lack thereof to aspects of the master plans may not necessarily remain static. THE MASTER PLAN ANALYSES BELOW CONSIDER THE PROPOSAL AS SUBMITTED. EDWARDS SUB-AREA PLAN 35 02-05-2002 II II Not Applicable x The Edwards Sub-Area Master Plan discourages on-street parking, as has been proposed in the housing tract. However, a PUD Comprehensive Parking Plan may be approved by the Board of County Commissioners pursuant to Section 4-140.M. EAGLE COUNTY OPEN SPACE PLAN x x x EAGLE RIVER WATERSHED PLAN x x x x x EAGLE COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE HOUSING PLAN VISION STATEMENT: Housing for local residents is a major priority of Eagle County. There should be a wide variety of housing to fulfill the needs of all its residents, including families, senior citizens, and those who work here. Elements of Eagle County's vision for housing are: Housing is a community-wide issue Housing should be located in close proximity to existing community centers, as defined in the Eagle County master plan Development of local residents housing should be encouraged on existing. . . transit routes Housing is primarily a private sector activity [but] . . . without the active participation of government, there will be only limited success It is important to preserve existing local residents housing Persons who work in Eagle County should have adequate housing opportunities within the county Development applications that will result in an increased need for local residents housing should be evaluated as to whether they adequately provide for this additional need, the same way as they are evaluated for other infrastructure needs 36 02-05-2002 POLICIES: ITEM 1. Eagle County will collaborate with the private sector & nonprofit organizations to develop housing for local residents 2. Housing for local residents is an issue which Eagle County needs to address in collaboration with the municipalities. . . Steps should be taken to facilitate increased home ownership by local residents and workers in Eagle County Additional rental opportunities for permanent local residents should be brought on line. Some... should be for households with an income equivalent to or less than one average wage job Seasonal housing is part of the problem & needs to be further addressed. It is primarily the responsibility of. . . employers. 3. 4. 5. 6. New residential subdivisions will provide a percentage of their units for local residents 7. Commercial, industrial, institutional, and public developments generating increased employment will provide local residents housing. The first preference will be for units on-site where feasible, or if not feasible, in the nearest existing community center. . . 8. The County will seek to make land available for local residents housing in proximity to community centers 9. Mixed use developments in appropriate locations are encouraged 10. Factory-built housing is an important part of Eagle County's housing stock There is a need to segment a portion of the housing market to protect local residents from having to compete with second home buyers. Where public assistance or subsidies are provided for housing, there should generally be limits on price appreciation, as well as residency requirements 11. 12. Eagle County recognizes that housing for local residents is an ongomg Issue I YES I NO I N/A I x x x x x x x x x [+] FINDING: Consistency with Master Plan. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (10)] The PUD IS consistent with the Master Plan, including, but not limited to, the Future Land Use Map (FLUM). 37 02-05-2002 STANDARD: Phasing [Section 5-240.F.3.e (11)] - The Preliminary Planfor PUD shall include a phasing plan for the development. if development of the P UD is proposed to occur in phases, then guarantees shall be provided for public improvements and amenities that are necessary and desirable for residents of the project, or that are of benefit to the entire County. Such public improvements shall be constructed with the first phase of the project, or, if this is not possible, then as early in the project as is reasonable. A general phasing plan has been provided. Overall public improvements in the initial phase include improvements to the 1-70 Spur Road, construction of Miller Ranch Road, re-construction of a portion of Charter School Road and the middle school parking lot, certain trails and sidewalk improvements, conduits and utility extensions under Miller Ranch Road, and landscaping along Miller Ranch Road. Guarantees for public improvements, if necessary, will be provided by Eagle County and the School District. [+] FINDING: Phasing Section 5-240.F.3.e (11) A phasing plan HAS been provided for this development. STANDARD: Common Recreation and Open Space. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (12)] - The PUD shall comply with the following common recreation and open space standards. (a) Minimum Area. It is recommended that a minimum of25% of the total PUD area shall be devoted to open air recreation or other usable open space, public or quasi-public. In addition, the PUD shall provide a minimum of ten (10) acres of common recreation and usable open space lands for every one thousand (1,000) persons who are residents of the PUD. In order to calculate the number of residents of the PUD, the number of proposed dwelling units shall be multiplied by two and sixty-three hundredths (2.63), which is the average number of persons that occupy each dwelling unit in Eagle County, as determined in the Eagle County Master Plan. i Areas that Do Not Count as Open Space. Parking and loading areas, street right-o.fways, and areas with slopes greater than thirty (30) percent shall not count toward usable open space. ii. Areas that Count as Open Space. Water bodies, lands within critical wildlife habitat areas, riparian areas, and one hundred (100) year flood plains, as defined in these Land Use Regulations, that are preserved as open space shall count towards this minimum standard, even when they are not usable by or accessible to the residents of the PUD. All other open space lands shall be conveniently accessible from all occupied structures within the PUD. iii. Improvements Required. All common open space and recreational facilities shall be shown on the Preliminary Planfor PUD and shall be constructed andfully improved according to the development schedule establishedfor each development phase of the PUD. iv. Continuing Use and Maintenance. All privately owned common open space shall continue to conform to its intended use, as specified on the Preliminary Planfor PUD. To ensure that all the common open space identified in the PUD will be used as common open space, restrictions and/or covenants shall be placed in each deed to ensure their maintenance and to prohibit the division of any common open space. vi. Organization. if common open space is proposed to be maintained through an association or nonprofit corporation, such organization shall manage all common open space and recreational and cultural facilities that are not dedicated to the public, and shall provide for the maintenance, administration and operation of such land and any other land within the P UD not publicly owned, and secure adequate liability insurance on the land. The association or nonprofit corporation shall be established prior to the sale of any lots or units within the PUD. Membership in the association or nonprofit corporation shall be mandatory for all landowners within the P UD. Of the total 222.7 acres on the site, 86 acres (approximately) are proposed as parks and open space, and appear to meet the requirement and definition of common recreation and open space contemplated in this Standard. The amount of required common recreation and open space is 64.7 acres 38 02-05-2002 [25 percent of the total site (55.7 acres), plus 9.0 acres (10 acres for every 1000 anticipated residents)]. The PUD satisfies the standard for the minimum amount of common recreation and open space. Ownership of the open space tracts will rest with Eagle County, which will be responsible for improvements, continuing use and maintenance. [+] FINDING: Common Recreation and Open Space. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (12)] The applicant HAS demonstrated that the PUD will comply with the common recreation and open space standards with respect to: (a) Minimum area (b) Improvements required; (c) Continuing use and maintenance; or (d) Organization. STANDARD: Natural Resource Protection. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (13)] - The PUD shall consider the recommendations made by the applicable analysis documents, as well as the recommendations of referral agencies as specified in Article 4, Division 4, Natural Resource Protection Standards. It appears that the PUD demonstrates that the recommendations made by the applicable analysis documents available at the time the application was submitted have been considered. Subsequent referral responses addressing natural resource protection have been received from Eagle County Environmental Health Department, Northwest Colorado Council of Governments, and the Colorado Geological Survey. Potentially adverse impacts noted by these agencies are discussed elsewhere in this Report, and changes have been incorporated in the PUD to avoid or mitigate impacts. [+] FINDING: Natural Resource Protection. [ Section 5-240.F.3.e (13)] The PUD DOES demonstrate that the recommendations made by the applicable analysis documents available at the time the application was submitted, as well as the recommendations of referral agencies as specified in Article 4, Division 4, Natural Resource Protection Standards, have been considered. Pursuant to Eagle County Land Use Regulations Section 5-280.B.3.e. Standards for the review of a Sketch and Preliminary Plan for a Subdivision: STANDARD: Consistent with Master Plan. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (1)] - The proposed subdivision shall be consistent with the Eagle County Master Plan and the FLUM of the Master Plan. See discussion above, "Consistency with Master Plan. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (10)] [+] FINDING: Consistent with Master Plan. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (1)] The PUD IS consistent with the Master Plan, and it IS consistent with the Future Land Use Map (FLUM). STANDARD: Consistent with Land Use Regulations. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (2)] - The proposed subdivision shall comply with all of the standards of this Section and all other provisions of these Land Use Regulations, including, but not limited to, the applicable standards 0.[ Article 3, Zone Districts. and Article 4, Site Develonment Standards. Article 3, Zone Districts All applicable provisions of Article will be satisfied. Article 4, Site Development Standards Off-Street Parking and Loading Standards (Division 4-1) While the PUD addresses parking standards and requirements, the application does not provide detailed parking plans for the individual tracts. A determination of whether the standards of Article 4, Division 1, Off-Street Parking and Loading Standards. have been satisfied will be made in subsequent reviews on a tract by tract basis. To permit any necessary exceptions to the parking requirements, the PUD Guide has been revised to include provisions for review of any site-specific development plan for the housing tract to be reviewed and approved by the Board of County Commissioners. 39 02-05-2002 Landscaping and Illumination Standards (Division 4-2) A conceptual landscape plan has been provided. However, a detailed landscape plan, as specified and required in Section 4-220.C., Detailed Landscape Plan, of the Land Use Regulations will be provided at a subsequent site-specific development review. Information on the landscape plan drawings differ from the text of the application with respect to when streetscape landscaping is to be installed. The text seems to indicate that streetscape landscaping will be installed during the first phase of the development (including the construction of Miller Ranch Road). The drawings seem to indicate that final landscape design and installation will occur as each individual tract is developed. However, since the School District and Colorado Mountain College have a great deal of latitude under state statute regarding how they may develop their sites, there is no mechanism proposed in the PUD Sketch/Preliminary Plan to ensure that streetscape landscaping along Miller Ranch Road will conform in any way to the conceptual plan included as part of this application. To provide streetscape landscaping along Miller Ranch Road which is consistent with an overall concept for the development, and to ensure that landscaping along this major roadway through the site is completed in a timely manner, streetscape landscaping along Miller Ranch Road is best installed as a part of Phase I of the development which includes the construction of Miller Ranch Road. As a condition of approval, a detailed landscape plan as specified in Section 4-220.C., Detailed Landscape Plan, of the Land Use Regulations, should be required which shows landscaping features along Miller Ranch Road, in common areas and at anticipated intersections prior to approval of the initial final plat for this development. Sign Regulations (Division 4-3) A plan for traffic and related signs has been provided. While the Applicant and all developers will be required to comply with Article 4, Division 3, Sign Regulations, it may be noted that there are certain exemptions to the Sign Regulations which may be applicable, including information signs on public property and scoreboards of less than a specified size. (See Section 4-31 O.B., Exempt Signs.) Natural Resource Protection Standards (Division 4-4) Wildlife Protection (Section 4-410) - The Colorado Division of Wildlife (CDOW) has noted that the proposed development will not significantly impact those species mapped in the Eagle County Master Plan. However, human-bear conflicts and unrestrained dogs are an increasing concern. The PUD Guide has been revised to incorporate appropriate recommendations in the letter from the Colorado Division of Wildlife dated 11 October 2000. Geologic Hazards (Section 4-420) - Based on information available with this Sketch/Preliminary Plan application, there are no particular geologic hazards present on this site. A study prepared by Hepworth-Pawlak Geotechnical, Inc., concludes that no geologic conditions were found that would make the proposed land uses technically infeasible, but that there were several conditions of a geologic nature that should be considered in project planning and design, including those related to storm water management, sinkholes, regional evaporite deformation, moisture sensitive soil, and moderate earthquake considerations. Colorado Geological Survey has provided its review of the site with respect to the proposed development, and has provided a number of recommendations and suggestions. As a condition of approval, adequate consideration should be given to the recommendations and suggestions of the Colorado Geological Survey in its letter dated 21 November 2001 regarding [a] relocation of proposed structures or mitigation of encountered hazards, [b] monitoring of impacts of irrigation of ball fields, [c] incorporation of proper grading, compaction and drainage in all site development plans, [d] requirement of foundation appropriate perimeter drains, and [f1 sloping of soil and pavement away from structures. In addition, the Environmental Health Department (EHD) has recommended that an integrated management plan be implemented to reduce amounts of pesticides, snow melt chemicals and fertilizers needed to maintain the landscaped portions of the development, and suggested measures to reduce the amount of water required to maintain landscaping. In response to the CGS and EHD comments, an 40 02-05-2002 integrated management plan will be developed prior to approval of the initial final plat for this development which ensures that the amount of irrigation throughout the site, as well as use and runoff of pesticides, snow melt chemicals and fertilizers, is minimized to avoid or mitigate adverse geologic and other environmental impacts. Wildfire Protection (Section 4-430) - The Colorado State Forest Service has indicated that there is little threat to this property from wildfire. It appears that the construction drawings for the road system reflect adequate access for emergency vehicles and are satisfactory to the County Engineer. The proposed PUD Sketch/ Preliminary Plan has been reviewed by the Eagle River Fire District. Wood Burning Controls (Section 4-440) - The PUD Guide has been revised to prohibit the use of wood burning devices within the planned unit development. Ridgeline Protection (Section 4-450) - The site is not in an area designated on the Ridgeline Protection Map. Environmental Impact Reoort (Section 4-460) - Given the nature of the site, a satisfactory Environmental Impact Report has been provided with this combined Sketch/Preliminary Plan. Commercial and Industrial Performance Standards (Division 4-5) There are no significant commercial or industrial operation on the proposed site which would subject this application to the provisions ofthis Division. Improvement Standards (Division 4-6) Roadwav Standards (Section 4-620) - The principal road within the PUD will be Miller Ranch Road which will extend from the Edwards I -70 Spur Road east through the development. Another road providing access directly to Highway 6 from the east end of the development is proposed, but its alignment has not been determined. With the exception of several deficiencies which have been noted, it appears that, for the most part, the construction drawings for the roads to be built as part of this proposal are satisfactory to the County Engineer. As a condition of approval, all engineering studies, plans and construction drawings should be completed to the satisfaction of the County Engineer prior to approval of the initial final plat for this development. Sidewalk and Trail Standards (Section 4-630) - It appears that the standards ofthis section are satisfied by the proposed Sketch/Preliminary Plan. ECO Trails has noted a number of concerns that warrant attention including, among other things, preservation of the regional trail and assuring its' uninhibited use, safety of pedestrians and bicyclists at crossings of Miller Ranch Road, and adequacy of internal trails. Appropriate recommendations from ECO Trails are reflected in the PUD Sketch/Preliminary Plan. Irrigation Svstem Standards (Section 4-640) - Irrigation of portions of the site using raw water is proposed. As noted above, Hepworth-Pawlak Geotechnical, Inc., and the Colorado Geological Survey (CGS) have noted the presence of certain collapse features and deformation. CGS has expressed concern that irrigation of the recreation areas may activate additional subsidence and may result in the formation of new sinkholes. In addition, the Environmental Health Department (EHD) has recommended that an integrated management plan be implemented to reduce amounts of pesticides, snow melt chemicals and fertilizers needed to maintain the landscaped portions of the development, and suggested measures to reduce the amount of water required to maintain landscaping. In response to the CGS and EHD comments, an integrated management plan will be developed prior to approval of the initial final plat for this development which ensures that the amount of irrigation throughout the site, as well as use and runoff of pesticides, snow melt chemicals and fertilizers, is minimized to avoid or mitigate adverse geologic and other environmental impacts. Drainage Standards (Section 4-650) - It appears that the drainage proposed for this site is satisfactory to the County Engineer. As a condition of approval, all engineering studies, plans and construction drawings should be completed to the satisfaction of the County Engineer prior to approval of the initial final plat for this development. Grading and Erosion Control Standards (Section 4-660) - It appears that the grading and erosion 41 02-05-2002 proposed for this proposal are satisfactory to the County Engineer. As a condition of approval, all engineering studies, plans and construction drawings should be completed to the satisfaction of the County Engineer prior to approval of the initial final plat for this development. Utilitv and Lighting Standards (Section 4-670) - It appears that the utilities and lighting proposed for this proposal are satisfactory to the County Engineer. As a condition of approval, all engineering studies, plans and construction drawings should be completed to the satisfaction of the County Engineer prior to approval of the initial final plat for this development. Water SUlJlJlv Standards (Section 4-680) - The Upper Eagle Regional Water Authority has indicated that it will have adequate treatment and storage capacity, and that the Edwards Metropolitan District and the Berry Creek Metropolitan District have adequate water rights to serve customers in this development. Water service is contingent upon conveyance of certain water mains; dedication of certain water rights or payment of cash in lieu of water rights dedication; and payment of applicable water tap fees, plant investment fees and fees in lieu of treated storage water. The Applicants have indicated that they will dedicate sufficient water rights to replace 120% of their irrigation season indoor use depletions, as required by the Metropolitan Districts. It appears that the construction drawings for the potable water supply are satisfactory to the County Engineer. A separate 1041 permit application permit has been submitted by the Applicant and approved by the Eagle County Permit Authority. Sanitarv Sewage DislJosal Standards (Section 4-690) - Sewage disposal service is proposed to be provided by the Eagle River Water & Sanitation District. The District has indicated that it is willing and has the available treatment capacity to handle this development. It appears that the construction drawings for the sewage disposal system are satisfactory to the County Engineer. A separate 1 041 permit application has been submitted by the Applicant and approved by the Eagle County Permit Authority. Impact Fees and Land Dedication Standards (Division 4-7) This Division requires a dedication of school land or a payment of cash-in-lieu for a subdivision with a residential component. The Eagle County School District will determine the applicability of school land dedication and or cash in lieu thereof. Road impact fees will be required in the amounts and at the times specified in Section 4-710 of the Land Use Regulations. [+] FINDING: Consistent with Land Use Regulations. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (2)] With the recommended conditions, it HAS been demonstrated that the proposed subdivision complies with all of the standards of this Section and all other provisions of these Land Use Regulations, including, but not limited to, the applicable standards of Article 3, Zone Districts, and Article 4, Site Development Standards. STANDARD: Spatial Pattern Shall Be Efficient. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (3)] - The proposed subdivision shall be located and designed to avoid creating spatial patterns that cause inefficiencies in the delivery of public services, or require duplication or premature extension of public facilities, or result in a "leapfrog" pattern of development. (a) Utility and Road Extensions. Proposed utility extensions shall be consistent with the utility's service plan or shall require prior County approval of an amendment to the service plan. Proposed road extensions shall be consistent with the Eaele County Road Capital Improvements Plan. (b) Serve Ultimate Population. Utility lines shall be sized to serve the planned ultimate population of the service area to avoid future land disruption to upgrade under-sized lines. (c) Coordinate Utility Extensions. Generally, utility extensions shall only be allowed when the entire range of necessary facilities can be provided, rather than incrementally extending a single service into an otherwise un-served area. The proposed development lies within the developing center of Edwards. The entire range of necessary facilities can be provided essentially at one time, and the extension of public services will not require duplication or premature extension of public facilities, or result in a "leapfrog" pattern of 42 02-05-2002 development. It appears that the construction drawings for the provision of public services are satisfactory to the County Engineer and that utility lines are properly sized. [+] FINDING: Spatial Pattern Shall Be Efficient. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (3)] The proposed subdivision IS located and designed to avoid creating spatial patterns that cause inefficiencies in the delivery of public services, or require duplication or premature extension of public facilities, or result in a "leapfrog" pattern of development. STANDARD: Suitability for Development. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (4)] - The property proposed to be subdivided shall be suitable for development, considering its topography, environmental resources and natural or man-made hazards that may affect the potential development of the property, and existing and probable future public improvements to the area. Based on the information available, and as discussed above, the site is suitable for development. [+] FINDING: Suitability for Development. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (4)] The property proposed to be subdivided IS suitable for development, considering its topography, environmental resources and natural or man-made hazards that may affect the potential development of the property, and existing and probable future public improvements to the area. STANDARD: Compatible With Surrounding Uses. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (5)] - The proposed subdivision shall be compatible with the character of existing land uses in the area and shall not adversely affect the future development of the surrounding area. Existing development in the area includes residential (including Singletree, Miller's Creek, The Reserve, River Pines), commercial (including Edwards Station, Riverwalk at Edwards, Northstar Station), recreation (including a golf course at Singletree) and public (including CDOT Rest Area) uses, plus the equestrian center and schools presently located on the site. The elements and density of the proposed development are compatible with these uses, and will not adversely affect the future development of the surrounding area. [+] FINDING: Compatible With Surrounding Uses. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (5)] The proposed subdivision IS compatible with the character of existing land uses in the area and SHALL NOT adversely affect the future development of the surrounding area. ADDITIONAL FINDINGS: Pursuant to Eagle County Land Use Regulations Section 5-240.F.2.a.(8) Initiation: Applicant shall submit the following: "Proposed PUD guide settingforth the proposed land use restrictions." A PUD Guide has been submitted which satisfies the requirements of this Standard. The PUD Guide contemplates that this Preliminary Plan creates large development tracts for future development activities and projects that are not yet designed or detailed. Consequently, the PUD Guide has been revised to more clearly specify procedures and opportunities to review proposed development for each of the Tracts. [+] FINDING: Initiation [Section 5-240.F.2.a.(8)] Applicant HAS submitted a PUD Guide that demonstrates that the requirements of this Section have been fully met. Requirements for a Zone Change. In Section 5-240.D., Standards, the Eagle County Land Use Regulations provide that "the wisdom of amending the. . . Official Zone District Map or any other map incorporated in these Regulations is a matter committed to the legislative discretion of the Board of County Commissioners and is not controlled by anyone factor. Based on the above analysis and other available information, Staff makes the following findings as provided in this Section of the Land Use Regulations: (1) Consistency With Master Plan. The proposed PUD IS consistent with the purposes, goals, policies and FLUM of the Master Plan; (2) Compatible with surrounding uses. The proposed amendment IS compatible with existing and proposed uses surrounding the subject land, and, with proposed conditions of approval, it IS an 43 02-05-2002 appropriate zone district for the land, considering its consistency with the purpose and standards of the proposed zone district; (3) Changed conditions. There ARE changed conditions that require an amendment to modify the present zone district and/or its density/intensity; (4) Effect on natural environment. The proposed amendment WILL NOT result in significantly adverse impacts on the natural environment [beyond those resulting from development under current zoning], including but not limited to water, air, noise, storm water management, wildlife habitat, vegetation, and wetlands. (5) Community need. It HAS BEEN demonstrated that the proposed amendment meets a community need. (6) Development patterns. The proposed amendment WILL result in a logical and orderly development pattern, WILL NOT constitute spot zoning, WILL logically be provided with necessary public facilities and services. (7) Public interest. The area to which the proposed amendment would apply HAS changed or IS changing to such a degree that it is in the public interest to encourage a new use or density in the area. Tom Braun, representative for Eagle County, was present to present the file. He stated this is quite a challenge today and a big opportunity. He stated they have seen many changes as this has moved forward. He stated he is also representing the School District. The project has been boiled down to public purpose being education, recreation, open space and attainable housing. He introduced some of the others present to provide information and answer questions. Peak Land Consultants, Jeff Howltier, Alex Aerinello and Hepworth Pawlak. He stated they have five major elements to speak to today. First of all the application is a PUD application, SketchlPreliminary plan together with the re-zoning application. He stated the 1041 permit application was reviewed and approved this past summer. He stated in terms of ownership they have two parcels, the Berry Creek 5th which is the Western portion and the Miller Ranch on the eastern portion. He reviewed the history of the land and the partnership with the Eagle County Recreational Authority. He stated the Recreation Authority conveyed their interest in 1999 to Eagle County. The joint owners now are the School District and Eagle County. He spoke to the various plans that have been discussed over the years. He spoke to the various processes that took place as well. He showed some exhibits of the previous planning efforts. He stated back in 1997 during a community meeting, they discussed the combining of the two parcels. In 2000 the discussions led to a recreation planning process. He stated concept plans were developed and Intergovernmental Agreements were adopted beginning in 1999. In 2001 the IGA was amended and the concept plan was developed. He stated you will see the emphasis on recreation, open space, education and housing. He showed an aerial photo of the property. He again explained the location of the subject property and the surrounding uses. Existing uses are limited at this time being the boarding facilities and the rodeo grounds. He stated uses and access is an important part. Winslow Road is really the only formal road. He stated they did a comprehensive evaluation of the property regarding wildlife. He stated there is some use by elk in the winter. Bear control is a future issue. They have reviewed the wetlands, flood plain, vegetation, and geology. In an early assessment they found some concerns with sinkholes but their geologists do not believe there is a hindrance. In terms of combining the sketch and preliminary plans he wants to review the land uses, phasing, improvements and develop review. He showed an exhibit of the sketch plan approved back in 2000. He explained the exhibit. He stated as reviewed they found the need to make some changes. He showed a second exhibit depicting the new plan. Mr. Braun stated when looking at the land use table and the various uses you must focus on the ownership. He stated currently the west half is owned by the County and the east half by the School District. He stated the ownerships will change and the two groups in common would own the proposed 44 02-05-2002 CMC site. He spoke to the acreage and the designated uses. 22% open space or 50.2 acres, 17% recreation or 35.8 acres, 42% education or 93.9 acres. An estimated 30 acres of education land is planned to be used for recreation. He showed an exhibit of how the property could look once it is developed. He explained the exhibit. He looked again at the land use parcels. He stated when you look at the three parcels on the west end, they will have the greatest amount of use. He stated the housing side is 31.5 acres. It is envisioned to be a for sale product. He spoke to the existing middle school and that an elementary school would be added. He stated in the central area of the two parcels there would be a concentrated educational pod. He spoke to the nuts and bolts ofthe project, water rights, utilities services, phasing, development review process and design review process. Regarding water rights, both the County and the School District have ample rights. He spoke to the utility service for the property. Water service will be from Edwards Metropolitan District and Berry Creek Metropolitan District. He spoke to project phasing and with the initial phase they will be developing the site so that individual sites can be developed. There will be construction on Miller Ranch Road and improvements to the intersection. They will be modifying the existing Charter School Road, tying in with Winslow Road, initiating the construction of the new Cemetery Bridge and Highway 6 connection. There will also be a multitude of trails and sidewalks. Irrigation systems, drainage improvements and landscaping is also included in this phase. He spoke to the trails and pointed out trails that are currently in place. They will be extending the existing trail, build a trail along Miller Ranch Road the entire length of the property, wrap around the Middle School and then tie in with the other existing trail. Traffic is clearly one of the biggest issues with this project. He spoke to what exists today. They have completed a comprehensive analysis, looked at all the proposed uses, looked at the travel patterns and what the trips will mean to the existing system and future systems. The Edwards Access Plan is a helpful tool laying the groundwork for future improvements. He stated the access points are consistent with the plan and a second access to Singletree. They broke the project up in phases as it will effect traffic. On build out they are budgeting for 9,000 trips per day He introduced George Roussos, Asst. County Administrator, to speak to traffic. Chairman Gallagher told those who came in late that they must sign in to speak to the file. Mr. Roussos stated the question that everyone is asking is what effect will this have on the traffic in Edwards. He spoke to the Edwards Access Control Plan developed in 1996. He referenced some of the key points and key areas. He stated in the past year there have been some severe traffic considerations. Some of the remedies they have done to improve mobility and safety included turn lanes off the Spur Road, added an additional lane on the off ramps and inserted traffic lights. In 2002 there are three improvements being planned. Spur Road Access improvements, Miller Ranch Road construction and commencement of the Cemetery Bridge Replacement. He stated a traffic signal will be installed at Miller Ranch Road, accell and decelllanes into Miller Ranch Road. The southern entrance into the Texaco will be closed and the northern access with be converted into a right in and right out. Those improvements make the Spur Road significantly safer. They hope to begin construction of Miller Ranch Road in the spring, which will run from the Edwards Spur Road, across the Berry Creek property to the Charter School and Middle School and ending at the railway tracks. This should reduce the traffic on Berry Creek Road, a safer intersection with Miller Ranch Road and the Charter School, a secondary exit at Singletree and all this should improve the emergency vehicle response capability. He spoke to the bridge grant to replace Cemetery Bridge. The net effect will be improved access on Miller Ranch Road. In 2003 the planned improvements include access improvements on Highway 6 where Cemetery Bridge will come out onto the Highway. Between 2003 and 2005 you will see the development impacts of the build out of the parcel. He understands by 2008 that the new Spur Road will be constructed. He stated 45 02-05-2002 the planned improvements are adequate to provide service through 2008. The effects provide a significant jump start and safety and traffic flow should improve. Mr. Braun stated they want to respond to the items raised by the Planning Commission. He stated the first three bullet items are needs for a more detailed PUD guide, a library and noise and light controls should be in the PUD Guide. He stated they heard that the proposal was not detailed enough. They disagree. He spoke to the detailed changes made. They have added library, senior center and community centers to the recreation piece as well as the school piece. They have not gone to the extent of uses that would convey a County presence. He stated they have also added to the PUD Guide a provision for an open space management plan to be adopted at final plat. There has been a provision added to sign regulation and wildlife mitigation measures. He stated these items were not were not included in the PUD Guide because they anticipate following the Eagle County Land Use Regulations. They have included reference in the PUD guide to that end. He stated they are being consistent with recent PUD's. He stated there was a concern about the design review committee and explained the make up of the group. Mr. Braun spoke to the suggestion that development of recreation facilities should be the number one priority of the County. He spoke to the results of the Board meeting yesterday. He stated they have prepared a list of conditions which might be appropriate to include. He spoke to the suggestion that the shoulder width along Miller Ranch Road is too narrow and should be paved. He spoke to the suggestion that the project should conform to LEEDS (Leadership, Energy, Environmental Design certification). He explained the program as being a point system. If you do certain things in the design and construction of the building and if the site is located in the right spot and you can an address energy and environmental efficiencies, you can obtain a certain number of points. They have suggested they will commit to looking at these type of things in the design of the project for the development of each phase. Tracts I and J should be permanently restricted as open space. He stated what they have proposed in the PUD guide are uses that limit the development activity in those areas to very limited uses that will maintain that property in a natural open space condition. They have agreed to place a deed restriction on that property. Tracts I and J should have a management plan. They acknowledge the wisdom of that suggestion and have worked in that direction. They suggested that plan look at fixing access, where trails can or can't go, vegetation management, seasonal closures. They have included that language in the PUD Guide and obligate the County to establish a management plan. He spoke to the Colorado River Ranch project. They are following the same standards and practices. There was a concern that the equine/rodeo uses should be maintained on the property. He spoke to the Counties commitment to provide those services at the fairgrounds. They are working with other entities to make that happen at the upper end of the County. He spoke to the boarding facilities that could be available at the fairgrounds. Road improvements must be done concurrent with development. He stated if you pull the housing out of the equation and look at the other uses in the area, the traffic will remain the same. He stated with the exception of houses these are trip destinations. There is a need for parks and open turf areas in the recreation site. He stated they believe that is a very important point. Finally with the sketch and preliminary plan being considered inappropriate, they believe that this is the time to develop the property and it is allowed by law. In summary, they believe that this is a culmination of years of planning and public input, they have been sensitive to site design, it addresses a variety of community goals, they have mitigated impacts, have built in provisions for future development review and the project defines the essence of a public purpose project. Mr. Braun concluded his presentation and stated they would be happy to answer questions. Chairman Gallagher spoke to the recreation in the first phase of the improvement. He stated the 46 02-05-2002 Commissioners have unanimously committed to funding this while looking for funding partners. Lastly, the preservation of the open space. The Commissioners have agreed to deed restrict the open space at the east end of the property and enter into a management agreement. Chairman Gallagher opened public comment. He stated they intend to go down the list as people have signed up. He asked speakers limit their remarks to three minutes and not be repetitive unnecessarily. He stated it will expedite the process and give everyone a chance to speak. Tony O'Rourk, area resident, stated he is a neighbor to this parcel. He stated professionally they have a contained interest in the rodeo series. Mr. O'Rourk recognized staff for their coverage ofthis file. From a personal perspective, this is a pristine area. He stated having lived in this area for six years he thinks this will address the inadequacy of the recreational opportunities. He stated traffic is a nightmare. This is an area dying for a need for more access. As it relates to the rodeo, the Resort Company has been a sponsor of the rodeo. They are concerned about the displacement ofthe rodeo but believe they will move the rodeo to Beaver Creek. A decision will be made on February 14,2002. Doris Dewton, Trustee of Colorado Mountain College, asked that they redefine recreation to be re-creation. She stated higher education is a part of the re-creation of the valley. She spoke to the programs that can be brought forward with presence of CMC. She read a motion as passed by the Board of Trustees at a vote of 6 to 1. She read as follows "the Board directs administration to proceed with plans for a 35,000 square foot facility at Berry Creek. Colorado Mountain College will continue to provide access to education and services in the western Eagle River Valley, that Colorado Mountain College will explore the sale or lease of the current Eagle Center and/or identify other spaces to provide other access most efficiently, that Colorado Mountain College will consolidate staff and programming for the entire Eagle River Valley to the Berry Creek Facility. In accomplishing these objectives, the administration will seek to follow the Colorado Commission for Higher Education Guidelines." She stated at the same time the administration of CMC has developed a time table to do a specific needs assessment for the provision of services in the western region of the Eagle River Valley. The final item is that the CMC buildings will be designed according to Green Certification principles. John King, Planning Commission member, stated that he recommended denial of this proposal. Chairman Gallagher asked if it is legal for a Planning Commission member to speak to this or introduce new information. Mr. King stated he is speaking as a citizen and not as a Planning Commission member. Mr. Moorhead stated that is appropriate. Mr. King spoke to traffic. There was testimony given that related funding mayor may not be available in 2008. That is an essential component to this plan. He stated he finds it ironic that the day after the Planning Commission recommended denial, Commissioner Stone related there was a surplus of $40 million dollars in the County. He stated some of those funds could be made available to help this project. He spoke to the schools in Eagle County being treated very well by the community. Two years ago a $44 million dollar bond issue was passed for the schools. Now, as a community, we are going back to the schools and asking for their consideration in how they develop this parcel, to be sensitive to the community needs. He believes they received an unqualified no. Mr. King spoke to the lighting. Once this is passed, the school is under no obligation to take recommendations from anyone. Mr. Braun would have everyone believe they would light a football field as per County standards which is a twenty foot pole. Anyone who plays football knows that is a light is mounted on a 20 foot pole they would not be able to see across the field. If that field is lit with 70 to 80 foot poles with multiple lamps, in its current location, it will approach the elevation ofI-70, being a traffic hazard and a light pollution nightmare. He spoke to the utilities indicating phone service and gas service in the area is inadequate. He stated they heard testimony that water rights were not an issue. He stated it was presented in the power point presentation today that water rights must be acquired. Talking about this for ten years does not bring out the details. He suggested that more time needs to be given to study this and it will solve the problems. 47 02-05-2002 Tom Leonhardt, permanent resident of Arrowhead, stated he is president of that homeowners association this year and he is an Engineer. He echoed Tony's comments and applauded the staffs presentation. He supports the recreation and that the amount of land is less than before. He is concerned that there is no commitment from the School Board to add to recreation. He stated the traffic issues on Highway 6 and Cemetery Road were not addressed. He believes that the traffic is going to change with the construction of the road and that it is a potential conflict. He does not believe that housing belongs on this site, but if it has to be put on the site, it has to be looked at. He suggested it is poor housing with little imagination. He spoke to the parking and the density. Sarah Ladd, resident of Homestead, stated she believes that the issue boils down to the public wanting responsible and accounting planning. She would like to see the space used as recreation and open space. People don't want more development and they do want the equestrian center and the rodeo to stay in Edwards. She spoke to what they will see from Homestead and Singletree. She spoke to the survey and the community meetings. People want trails, open space and parks and recreation. She stated no one has stated they want more traffic, more parking lots, more pavement, more round-a-bouts, more traffic lights and more light pollution. She spoke to an newspaper article of November 14,2000, which speaks to providing County residents with more schools, recreation, open space and some employee housing. It also speaks to the current plans as approved by the Commissioners, include other things, facilities for community events, including the rodeo and equestrian facility. She quoted Michael Gallagher as saying "How sweet it is, we are going to have right here in the middle of the County, an awesome space. Weare going to keep the equestrian activities, including the rodeo, and hopefully Colorado Mountain College will find a home there. One of our most important factors of all, employee housing." She asked how a year later this process has been altered so dramatically. She asked and begged them to listen to the community members and the Planning Commission and to do this responsibly. Ron Mitchell, stated he has taken off work to be here and is representing Diane Plunkett, his significant other and himself. She is definitely a horsewoman and has grown up as such. She does board her horse at the Berry Creek 5th parcel. He stated he believes that the equestrian center and the view corridor are important to preserve. He stated the traffic is out of control and growth is out of control. He can't think of much that has been built in the last twenty years that has enhanced his life. He asked they preserve the Equestrian center and the pasture land. Tim Cochrane, executive director of the Chamber of Commerce and a twenty four year resident, thanked the planning staff and the applicant. He stated he is here today to represent the Board of the Chamber of Commerce. He spoke to the community use of the facilities for the seniors and other groups. He stated they do support the CMC site but not at the expense of the Eagle Campus. He spoke to the County presence and that there should be some form of County presence in the facility. He suggested a sheriff s substation will slow down the traffic. He spoke to the kids and their presence. He spoke to the rodeo but reminded them that there is a beautiful fairgrounds down here. He stated if the final plan does not show a rodeo, they would like to have them here in Eagle. Rick Beveridge, Western Eagle County Metro Recreation District, thanked the Board, staff and the Town of Vail for the efforts they have made on recreation and that the Commissioners have the support ofWECMRD. Vince Cook, a Commissioner ofthe State of Colorado for Science and Technology. He stated that position is appointed by the Governor. He stated he is a resident of Eagle County. His job is to coordinate ten Counties from a science and technology position. He stated there is a need for higher education of the work force. When he started looking at the ten Counties he is responsible for, he was looking at how the vision of the State could work with that of the County. He stated it is all about vision and it is all about education. He stated that is the vision that he is on and that of the Commissioners. He stated they are going to get jobs out of this and they are going to get a more educated community. He spoke to the technology classes now available. He submitted three handouts. The vision is not only to 48 02-05-2002 have a 21 st century campus, but a 21 st century academic academy available in the Eagle Valley. It will provide a four year program. Adam Palmer, director of Eagle Valley Alliance for Sustainabi1ity, stated he has been here four years and he thinks there is a demand for this project. A couple points about Green design, he asked what that means and how it is designed. He stated the LEED program you need to achieve 21 of 69 points. The biggest benefit is energy efficiency. He spoke to a longer life cycle and low maintenance, attraction to home buyers and retaining their value. He asked that they be conscientious of the residents. He stated he would be happy to partner with this project. He spoke to other tangibles with Green development. He stated he is concerned with the traffic patterns. John McCulley, Edwards Metropolitan District Board, stated he is also a teacher for CMC and he realizes the importance of the decision being made. He stated it is important to keep in mind the traffic and that Edwards has committed $75,000. He stated housing is an important component ofthe traffic issues. One of the components that reduces traffic is to keep the employees close. He stated it is important to remember three components. One, recreation is exceptional along with education and housing. He thinks that this can be the shining star of housing for employees. Cindy Eskwith, Edwards resident for 29 years, stated she loves this new plan for the Berry Creek 5th because of soccer and because of the high school. She stated she is sorry that this has changed and will not be the equestrian center as it is. She believes, however, that there are fewer people that use this area in its current state than will use the college and the recreational soccer fields. She stated she became involved in youth sports because of the value it gives to working as a team. She stated last spring she surveyed 50 student soccer or hockey players and 49 ofthem were enrolled in college. She thanked the Commissioners for redesigning this in order to make it better. Peter Lord, twelve year resident of Edwards, property manager for the Reserve and the facilitator for ECOGE. He echoed concerns for the Spur Road and Highway 6 traffic problems. In general he thinks the plan is a good one. Nancy Cole, President ofthe Board at Berry Creek Equestrian Center, stated she would not ask them today to not build the CMC center there. She stated the college is only planning on building on six acres to start. They propose that they go back to the Master Plan of September 2000 and put the college on 7 to ten acres and the high school on 24 acres. She spoke to allowing the two school facilities to share a parking lot. She spoke to the Planning Commissioners vote of no. She asked they respect and listen to their decision. She does not feel there has been an answer to the question of why the equestrian center and rodeo could not stay. She asked how many people in the room are against the plan. A majority of hands were raised. She asked the Board to make a responsible decision and believes it can work for everyone. Ken Marchetti, stated he works with a number of the metropolitan districts, and applauded the Commissioners decision to place the deed restriction on the two eastern most parcels. He stated secondly, the 1997 Edwards Access Control Plan, five years have lapsed since the plan was put into place, but not a lot has moved forward in addressing those problems. He stated they are looking at 2008 for improvement ofthe Spur Road. He suggested the housing be done at the same time as the Spur Road. He stated the plan did show a potential traffic light but the Highway 6 study has not been completed. He urged they complete that plan. He stated he would like to applaud the decision to move forward with CMC and if they could do that hand in hand with the Equestrian center and boarding that would be great. Bill Simmons, member of the Edwards Metropolitan District, stated he has attended many ECOGE meetings. He stated he has great concerns with the traffic. He suggested they are trying to get 2 plus 3 to equa14. The other issue is on the recreation parcel and he applauds the Commissioners for moving this piece forward. David Cope, an educator and parent, thanked the staff and the Commissioners for driving this forward. He echoed the comments of Tony O'Rourk. He thinks having the two campuses together is a 49 02-05-2002 great idea and that the attainable housing near the facility is a real plus. He is a coach and a recreation user. He applauded the civil nature with which the meetings have been conducted. He is a proponent of the plan. David Borofsky, Interim Campus Dean for CMC, thanked everyone here for their kind words about CMC. He stated they have been given the directive from the Board of Trustees to build the building in Berry Creek 5th. They are ready to go. They met with their architect today. He asked to respond to a couple of items. He told Tim Cochrane he was always welcome. He spoke to the media and the information about those in the western part of Eagle County. He stated they have agreed to further discuss the needs of this end of the valley and that they will remain here and provide educational services. He urged the Board to approve this plan and allow it to move forward. John Steffens, employee at the Vail Marriott and coach with the Vail Soccer Club, thanked Cindy Eskwith for her comments about the team sport. He gave his support ofthe project and thanked them for their time. Lisa Cheesman, resident of Homestead, asked they bring back the Equestrian Center and reduce the housing. She asked they convince them they can handle the traffic problem. She asked they increase the recreation space and the uses. She spoke to the other sports. She spoke to the sidewalks in Homestead and that they don't get used in the winter because of the conditions. She suggested if you think kids won't be using the road, it is an error. She stated CMC is a completely valuable resource for this community, but she is trying to think of a way to share facilities. She spoke to the large amount of parking and the playing fields at each of the schools. She spoke to the lighting issue and that she would like to see lighting pollution control. She thanked them for the deed restrictions as well. Laine Coffey, area resident, stated Eugene Sack could not remain at this hearing and she read his thoughts for the Board. He praised the Planning Commission for their vote on the Berry Creek 5th. To all of them he stressed the words community and process. She spoke to the guidelines inherited by the Board, huge growth in Edwards, mistakes up valley, a large college lobby. She suggested the constituents that have quietly embraced the foundations of planning of Berry Creek 5th. She spoke to the safety of children among high school students, middle school students and college students. She spoke to the other users. She questioned if the County can provide adequate traffic control. They don't know if they can plan for the long term value of their homes, real estate and businesses, if a local college population encourages current Edwards visitors who shop in Edwards. The Edwards residents and everyone who voted for a County Commissioner deserve more planning. She asked they go back to the drawing table and be patient. Dudley Irwin, resident of Edwards, stated he is here to talk about life in a vacuum. He showed the Master Plan for the Berry Creek 5th. He stated what they are getting is something different. He spoke to the housing. He questions with life in the vacuum if they have taken into account the Lindholm project and the housing being proposed by Vail Resorts. He spoke to the CMC of the future and that many of the students were here for ESL classes and resort classes. He stated the people of Eagle County came up with a Master Plan for the area and now the Board has come up with something totally different. Pat Hammon, a member of the Planning Commission but speaking as a private citizen and president of the Bellyache Homeowners Association, stated the present ownership has only come about since 1999. This project is important enough that they should go through routine, separate sketch plan, separate preliminary plan. She is concerned that the open space is not adequately provided for and that the open space has been deed restricted. She questioned the wording in the plan. She suggested that the open space should be handed over to a non-profit organization. Her main concern is that it is currently trashville and that they have no method to maintain this. She does not see any plan in here for public parks and it should be included in the recreation area. She is concerned with light and noise and does not believe the existing Land Use Regulations address that. She spoke to the LEEDS program and would like to see that as a condition. She stated she would like to see a condition that the Board fund 50 02-05-2002 recreation in 2002. Scott Cunningham, speaking for Michael Cacioppo, read as follows, "In order to keep my word to others, I can not stay at this hearing. For any Commissioner that passes this proposal, I predict you will be a one term Commissioner". Glenn Davis, President of Vail Junior Hockey, spoke to the 180 kids in the Vail Junior Hockey program and the 100 women who play on the women's team and the 30 men who play. He spoke to the additional programs and that hockey in the community is growing. He suggested he represents a lot of the parents and spoke to Dobson and the bubble rink. However, most ofthe active players reside in the Edwards area and farther west. He stated as he looks at the plan as proposed he believes they have used the plan to accommodate the needs ofthe valley. He tends to think of the youth development plans. He stated again that most of the participants reside in this area and everyone would like to see an ice rink in this area. Toni Berns, a resident of the valley for thirty years and a member of the Edwards Community Taskforce, stated she believes the Berry Creek 5th is great but she thinks the Equestrian center should remain. She spoke to mass transportation. They have problems in Edwards and they have to think of these issues before breaking ground. She stated she believes in CMC and she came up with the library. Take care ofthe people in Edwards. Give people access to books and computers. Brian Woodell, a resident of Edwards, thanked Mr. Braun, the planning staff and the Commissioners. He thanked everyone that is here today. He stated he supports the plan in many of its elements, but he thinks the housing should be concurrent with the Spur Road reconstruction. He spoke to the Cemetery Road and that it was closed to preclude traffic problems on Highway 6. He stated he would like to think that the County can hold themselves to the same standard as they do others. He stated we all applaud the use of CMC but questioned if any other college had the opportunity to look at the site. He stated the initial use for CMC was 16 acres but he questions what they intend to build. He stated the planning staff did a wonderful job and they have done a good job of bringing it forward. He urged them to continue this item, take it in time and not push it through. Steve Lamontagne, a resident of Edwards, stated he wants to address the traffic issues. He doesn't think the lights have improved the safety concerns. He stated on Sunday the traffic was backed up on 1-70. He asked they all look east to see what the roundabouts have done. He does not want Edwards to look like a suburb of Denver. Arlene Quinon, a member of the Planning Commission, stated one of the most difficult votes she has made was the one made to deny this application. She stated it is a very good plan, but the devil is in the details. She suggested if it had been a sketch plan, she could have had more leniency, but at preliminary plan there are still too many questions. She asked that they take the time to make this a fine project. She suggested as a private citizen she would like to see a couple of things in this plan. She spoke to riding and her two granddaughters and she feels that western riding is part of the western heritage. She thinks they should look at that as part of the recreational plan whether at Berry Creek or elsewhere. She thinks this can be a fine project if time is given. Chairman Gallagher expressed the Board's appreciation for all of the input given today. He stated the next step is for staff and the applicant to respond to the comments. He asked staff if they had anything to include. Joe Forinash spoke to the four additional conditions that he had identified. He read those into the record as follows: 1. The applicant shall commit to exploring the feasibility of incorporating energy efficient design in construction practices into the development of the project. 2. Concurrent with approval of the final plat, a deed restriction shall be established on Tracts I and J, the open space tracts at the east end ofthe development, the purpose of which shall be to ensure that these tracts remain in a predominantly natural condition in perpetuity. 3) That Eagle County agrees to assist private operators in establishing a summer rodeo series. 51 02-05-2002 4) Eagle County commits to make funding available in 2002 to develop recreation facilities and improvements on Tract C, the recreation parcel and on Tracts I and J, the open space parcel. He stated these four conditions of approval are in addition to those in staffs presentation. Tom Braun stated in terms of a few specific points in answer to public comment. He spoke to the housing number. He stated they have not increased the housing number, but taken two sites and combined them into one. He stated the actual density has gone down. He stated another comment was regarding the joint use for parking. He stated the uses all have overlapping peak functions. He spoke to minimizing asphalt. He spoke to the devil being in the details and the open turf in the recreation facility. He asked when do you deal with the detail. He spoke to the preliminary plan where you don't usually know what the uses will be until it is developed. He stated the PUD guide establishes a range of uses. He suggested that is part of the next step. The last question was the process and what happened relative to the 2000 recreation plan. He stated there is no question that things have changed. He spoke to the landowners being approached by CMC and both have taken the needs of the college into account and that is why they are where they are today. That plan was a County wide framework, but things have evolved. George Roussos stated he wanted to reiterate that in 2002 and 2003 they are going to construct over $6,000,000 in traffic improvements. He spoke to Cemetery Bridge and the highway access. He spoke to the accell and decelllanes. He stated there will be a closure on the Logan Park subdivision that will reduce the conflict points. He stated there was a comment on the signal in Edwards and a problem on Sunday. He asked Helen Migche1brink to address that. Helen Migchelbrink, County Engineer, stated the response of the citizens has been overwhelmingly positive. She has had some complaints on the light cycling. She stated these traffic lights are in on a temporary basis until they are able to develop roundabouts. She spoke to CDOT tweaking the light cycling. Chairman Gallagher asked for information on the transit service on the site. Mr. Braun stated they would service coming in from the west end and again over the Cemetery Bridge. He stated they are working with ECO to identify the need and the necessary sites for bus stops and park and rides. Chairman Gallagher asked about the School District and the Equine Center. He asked how much rent the Equine Center is paying on the County land. Ms. Cole stated one dollar a month for 110 acres. Chairman Gallagher stated essentially what they have is County subsidized horse housing. He stated he is not complaining it is just a fact. He stated that a previous Board of Education agreed that the Equestrian Center could stay until they were ready to build. Karen Strakbein, Eagle County School District, stated the School District does a five year planning process and this site has been identified as a potential site. She stated before a building can be built, they must go before the voters for approval. Then the building would be two to three years out. She stated once the bond issue would be passed it would then become a construction site. She suggested it would be three to five years out. She spoke to the current lease expiring in May and the School District will negotiate with the Equestrian Center for continued horse operation until such time that a bond issue would be passed. Chairman Gallagher reiterated that upon the termination of the current lease in May, the School District would then enter into negotiations with the Equine Center for continued horse operations until such time as a bond election or some other form of funding would be successful. Nancy Cole asked if the Board charges for soccer fields. Jack Ingstad, County Administrator, stated they do and they are $1.00 per year. Nancy Cole stated it was proposed by the County for them to pay $1.00 a year. She stated a year an a half ago, they were in the Master Plan. She stated they have said it all. It worked before and it can still work. They want to be there for the future, not just three to five years. 52 02-05-2002 Chairman Gallagher stated again he is not complaining, he wants the public to understand. Commissioner Menconi asked David Carter, Housing Director, to come to the podium. He asked if Mr. Carter could give a general overview what he has determined is the housing need for units to own and occupy. Mr. Carter stated he would like to respond countywide and then to Berry Creek. He stated there is a critical need for home ownership in Eagle County. He stated it is one of the lowest in the state. He stated the cost for a starter home is three times higher than elsewhere in the State. He stated the average mean price in Eagle County is $712,000. The median price is really about $375,000. He stated home prices are going up more rapidly than wages. He stated home prices have gone up 175 time faster than wages in the last ten years. Commissioner Menconi asked if that has accelerated more in the last five years. Mr. Carter stated it has essentially stayed the same. He stated if you look at the match with jobs and housing, it would take 4.5 average wage jobs to buy a medium price home. He stated people deal with this by commuting. He stated in the last census the number of commuters has increased about 600%. He stated in terms ofthis project, one ofthe greatest issues is the lack of for sale product. He spoke to the County's rental projects. This would be the County's first venture in for sale homes. In 1999 the Housing Need Assessment found that 1800 renters want to move into for sale units. This would be about 1/6 of that group. They looked at what else is available on the market and the proposed prices for Berry Creek. There will be a variety of products. The condos are proposed at $116,00 to $150,000. On the MLS they found one at $116,00 and eight at $150,000 and none of those in Edwards. The town homes are $172,000 to $191,000 for that price. There are currently none on the MLS. He spoke to the single family homes and the proposed prices for the Berry Creek product is $185,000 to $260,200.00 and in the MLS does show a variety, 19 single family and/or duplex homes available, none of those were in the upper valley and sixteen of those were in Gypsum, that includes a number of them in the older section of Gypsum, which includes mobile homes on single family lots. He stated generally speaking they would want to have housing available closer to the jobs. There are virtually no units in these price ranges available in the Edwards area or up valley. He stated this would be an effort by the County to address the for sale component. Commissioner Menconi asked the number of units in the valley that are deed restricted. Mr. Carter stated it all varies. There are some that are price restricted or restricted to local owners. Commissioner Menconi spoke to Vail Commons and Wildwood and suggested he doesn't know of any that are deed restricted in price. Mr. Carter spoke to Vail and the Town of Avon building some. He stated Town of Eagle has a few as well. Commissioner Menconi asked to speak with Vince Hooper. Mr. Hooper, ASW, stated their company has been building for about thirty years in the US. They started in California but also in Sante Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico. They are currently building in Steamboat Springs which is restricted to locals. He stated they submitted a proposal for the Berry Creek site and they were selected out of a variety of other designers to propose a project for this site. He stated at that time it was a smaller site and in a different location. They came up with what they thought were variable plans. Through the process, they incorporated another parcel which allows them to do more creative things with the site plan. One of the issues in their minds is that it is going to be hard to create a neighborhood within the Edwards area to hook back with the Edwards area. He stated the new urbanized design is a desire to create a sense of connection with your neighbor, allowing kids to play on sidewalks and on porches. It will put the garages in back. He thinks it will be more reflective as where the nation is going in future housing. It is important to recognize that affordable housing gets affordable by having density. They have actually reduced the density to create a more quality atmosphere. To do so they have made a mixture of single family, duplex lots, and town homes. 53 02-05-2002 Commissioner Menconi asked about the mixture. Mr. Hooper stated they have not finalized those figures but they are figuring 2 to 3 bedrooms in lofts and town homes. In single family and duplex homes they will have 3 to 4 bedrooms. Commissioner Menconi asked what type of individual or family would purchase these homes. Mr. Hooper stated from their experience it tends to be people like the firefighters, school teachers, county staff members. It is for people who want something more and a place to call home. It is couples and young families and those trying to move out of the rental market. Commissioner Menconi asked how many people here rent opposed to own. Two people raised their hands. He asked how many live in more than 1,200 square feet, the majority raised their hands. He asked Mr. Braun if he feels he has been able to satisfy or create closure to the issues raised by the Planning Commission and if not, which items does he disagree with or which can not meet their need. Mr. Braun stated they tried to address these concerns as best they can. He referred to the bullet points and believes they have made many of those changes. He stated they have not addressed the issues at this point. He spoke to the lighting standards. He stated they disagree with the Planning Commission on the make up of the DRB. He spoke to the roads and transportation. The library and the County presence are open to interpretation. The shoulder width they have a different viewpoint. He spoke to the LEEDS program. Open space has been hit head on. The management plan he believes is consistent with their objective. The boarding and horse use, they are continuing to work on that. Noise and light control is a site specific thing that will happen at the next stage of development. He stated the code allows for the combination of the two review processes. He thinks they have tried to do all they could at this juncture. Commissioner Menconi asked ifMr. Forinash has any comments raised by planning and zoning. Mr. Forinash stated he believes that the responses have been reasonable and accommodate the concerns raised. Commissioner Menconi stated he has heard that this plan was not consistent with the Master Plan. He asked for an explanation of where it would not be consistent. Commissioner Stone suggested the reference was more to the Recreation Master Plan and not the Community Master Plan. Mr. Forinash suggested that had to do with the management of the open space. He stated they review each of the standards and that portion of the regulations that says "if the common open space is proposed to be maintained through an association or a non profit corporation, such organization shall manage all common space and recreation and cultural facilities that are not dedicated to the public". Commissioner Menconi asked if that was addressed would that make it consistent with the Master Plan. Mr. Forinash stated at this point everything is proposed to be managed by a public entity. He stated they can state that the condition does comply. Commissioner Menconi asked George Roussos if he could summarize his comments regarding traffic referring to Mr. Braun's letter and point 3, that the road improvements must be done concurrent with the development. Mr. Roussos stated the indication is that in 2002 and 2003 they will spend $6,000,000 in improvements that will provide a level of service that is acceptable by 2008. By 2008 the Edwards Spur Road should be in place. Once that is done, the full needs of the development and the needs of the community in general should be satisfactory. Helen Migchelbrink concurred. She stated she would like to punctuate that they will not be seeing any impacts of the development until 2003. As all the housing comes on, as the impacts occur, it leads them to having the Spur Road improved. Commissioner Menconi added he received a letter on December 28, 2001 from the Berry Creek Metropolitan District. He stated the letter was written by Peter Berg. He read from the letter, "On balance we feel that this plan reflects careful study and analysis of a number of the present and future 54 02-05-2002 needs of this growing community and proposes land use within the boarders that are appropriate, logical and a workable just position. There will be those who limit the loss of the pastoral setting, open fields, the rodeo and grazing livestock. However the external forces that are shaping this county cannot be denied or stopped. We think that the careful planning and cooperation of the community leaders can guide the inevitable growth development in a manner that will result in a vibrant and diverse community where all can continue to enjoy living". He asked typically on a file when they receive letters of support or denial they become part of the file. He asked if they have included all letters in the findings. Mr. Forinash stated the letters received were not in support or denial but submitted as referral letters stating their ability to serve the file. Commissioner Stone asked to review some ofthe conditions being page 30 of30 in staffs report. Mr. Braun stated they are in agreement with all ofthem. Commissioner Stone read them as follows: 1. A detailed landscape plan as specified in Section 4-220.C., Detailed Landscape Plan, of the Land Use Regulations, be required which shows landscaping features along Miller Ranch Road, in common areas and at anticipated intersections prior to approval of the initial final plat for this development. 2. All engineering studies, plans and construction drawings be completed to the satisfaction of the County Engineer prior to approval of the initial final plat for this development. 3. Adequate consideration should be given to the recommendations and suggestions of the Colorado Geological Survey in its letter dated 21 November 2001. 4. The Traffic Impact Analysis completed for the Berry Creek/Miller Ranch PUD assumes the completion of a variety of on and off-site improvements. In order to ensure concurrency with traffic generated by the development of the PUD and related road improvements, the following road/circulation improvements shall be included with the initial construction of the project: He spoke to the additional conditions as stated by Mr. Forinash as follows: 1. The applicant shall commit to exploring the feasibility of incorporating energy efficient design in construction practices into the development of the project. 2. Concurrent with approval of the final plat, a deed restriction shall be established on Tracts I and J, the open space tracts at the east end of the development, the purpose of which shall be to ensure that these tracts remain in a predominantly natural condition in perpetuity. 3) That Eagle County agrees to assist private operators in establishing a summer rodeo series. 4) Eagle County commits to make funding available in 2002 to develop recreation facilities and improvements on Tract C, the recreation parcel and on Tracts I and J, the open space parcels. a. Full access improvements as mandated by the State Highway Access Code (2CCR60 I- 1), at both the Edwards Spur Road/Miller Ranch Road intersection and the intersection of the relocated Cemetery Bridge Road and State Highway 6. b. Intersection improvements at Miller Ranch Road/Winslow Road and Miller Ranch Road/Charter School Road. c. Recreation trail and sidewalk improvements, d. Modifications to existing Edwards Spur Road access points to the Edwards Station project. e. Improvements outlined above shall be in place concurrent with the completion of the development of Tract A (the initial development of the CMC facility) and of Tract D (the housing tract). Chairman Gallagher stated he did not have a clear understanding of what the Planning Commission recommend for the DRB. Mr. Braun inferred that there should be a higher percentage of board members from the Edwards area. Chairman Gallagher asked Mr. Roussos what encourages him to believe that the Spur Road will 55 02-05-2002 happen in 2008. Mr. Roussos stated they have several tools at their disposal. He explained the first is the State wide planning process, the second is other regional priorities that the County can go ahead and pursue other funds, the third is the Board of County Commissioners having enacted the Road Impact Fee Regulations which they do collect from commercial and residential units. The internal Board has recognized that the Edwards Spur Road is the number one project in Eagle County. Finally they have had discussions with Edwards Metropolitan District and they have indicated a willingness to come to the table financially. They have made those representations to CD aT and that between now and 2008 there is time to put the pressure on the State Department. He stated the consultant to CDOT is working on looking at this project as part of Environment Impact Study that is under way. All these things being in place the orchestration of the solution is possible within the time frame he identified. Commissioner Gallagher asked Karen Strakbein if the School Board has had an opportunity to review lighting that might diminish the impact. Ms. Strakbein stated they would certainly be amenable to looking at different options. They have not built one since 1983 when they built the field at Battle Mountain. He stated they have worked with Town of Gypsum on the lighting at the new school there. She pointed out that the use of the night time fields is normally only six nights per year. Chairman Gallagher asked about community participation on the recreational facilities. Ms. Strakbein explained that all of their facilities are available for community participation both the buildings internally and externally on the fields. Chairman Gallagher asked for the rough population of the schools today. Ms. Strakbein stated a little over 5,000 students. Chairman Gallagher spoke to the library and that he has had some discussions with Charlyn Canada about the possibility of a library in the Edwards area. He spoke to the combination of the plans and that it is too much too quick. He stated the combining of the plans would bother him except for fact that each one of the uses will be coming back again individually for site review and to be dealt with a separate process. He spoke to the Equine Center and he stated one of scariest things he has seen was watching a young lady riding her horse on the Spur Road to get to a riding trail. He stated we are looking at the probability that there will be horse boarding at the fairgrounds. One of the advantages is the safe access to BLM property. The other thing about the Equine Center is that he does value it as a recreational facility. It is his understanding that looking at the number of horses there, and attaching ten people to each horse, that you are talking about a few hundred folks in a maintenance intense recreation area compared to the thousands of other folks having other recreation needs. He thinks the horse boarding can be better done in an area designed for it. The last comment is about the housing and he does see it as a reduction. He asked about the school population and that there are at least 5,000 kids here. He question is, where are they going to live. They are being zoned and priced out of their home town. He believes that what they are doing here will address some of the problems. In looking strictly at our school population we can't build too many houses. Commissioner Stone stated he is sorry that not everybody in the audience has a copy, but he spoke to a letter dated August 9, 1999 from the Board of County Commissioners to the representatives and members of Government of the Eagle County Recreation Authority. He read this letter into the record as follows because Eagle County makes it a habit of trying to keep their commitments: "It is with great pleasure Eagle County proposed to purchase the interest of the member governments of the Eagle County Recreation Authority in Berry Creek 5th Filing by retirement of the debt owed to the Town of Vail. Eagle County's purpose in purchasing the interest of the other members would be to expedite achieving the goals for which the Authority was originally formed. Eagle County has the available cash (2,000,000), the legal authority and the desire to make this purchase. The Berry Creek 5th Filing is located within the boundaries of the County and the Commissioners represent the interest of the whole County . 56 02-05-2002 Eagle County would pledge to assure and fulfill all obligations ofthe Authority in the IGA. Eagle County would pursue the recreation and housing purposes for which the property was obtained. Eagle County further agrees to diligently and expeditiously pursue the recreation, housing and open space goals upon which the original acquisition was purchased. Eagle County further pledges to use additional County resources to reach those goals; and will welcome and request financial participation and cooperation by other governments to speed the property development to achieve those goals. Eagle County will diligently pursue development of affordable housing on the site, and will submit affordable housing plans through the regular County Land Use Planned Unit Development process for community review. Eagle County believes through such a submission it can insure the citizens of the area, as well as the neighbors, can comment on any proposed development. Jim Fritze is ready to assist Tom Moorhead in drafting the documents necessary to achieve this proposal. Weare available should you have any questions or comments regarding our proposal. Sincerely, the Eagle County Board of County Commissioners". Commissioner Stone stated this is something they have moved forward with diligently and carefully. He stated even though the Planning Commission voted denial, they have tried to address the issues that they had. He spoke to the County presence and that it was never the intention of the County to have a presence there. He does have a concern about making sure the pathways are well maintained. He stated the County has taken that on along with some of the county trails. The horses are the most difficult part of the plan and he stated he can assure them they worked and worked and worked on a plan to accommodate the horses as well. He stated they are really pleased that CMC will be there. To answer Brian's question about other schools, the four year schools have not shown an interest. He stated CMC is committed and there is a commitment there to offer four year degrees. It is not financially feasible for the four year colleges to come in there. He spoke to Mesa State. As for the horses, he is a horse owner. They did have twelve horses and are down to five. He stated they used to keep their horses at Berry Creek. He echoed Chairman Gallagher views. What he is saying is they are willing to commit financial resources to make that a reality. He believes he has gone to bat to keep the horses there as long as possible. He spoke to the plan site and the location for CMC and the School Districts could be reversed. He stated if approved, CMC will be starting right away allowing for the horses to stay longer. He stated he appreciates the plan submitted by Nancy Cole. They have looked at that and at many different sites within the plan. He thinks the plan they came up with is a good one but that it needs additional community involvement as they proceed. One of his concerns is parking and he doesn't like parking lots. Perhaps a solution would be some kind of multi-story underground parking but that is expensive and there are safety issues. Commissioner Menconi stated he would like to begin to talk about all the time and the passion that has gone into this vision over the last ten years. He spoke to the conversations he has had with many of those present. A thing that is a constant theme for him as a representative is that they listen to all the concerns of the community. He stated he has heard if you will listen to us at least at the end of the day, even though we may not agree, we will feel we have been listened to. He stated he sees the similarities with smart growth, open space, recreation, affordable housing, solid transportation, education and child care. The people who are impacted are the children, the workers of this community, parents, environmental individuals and those who protect the quality of life. He stated today he has listened more to the things they have in common. He stated he has come here today with a synergy of things that improve with public input. He stated he understands, honors and respects the input of the Planning Commission and the Planning and Zoning Commission. He sees this as something that is unifying all of us and not just Edwards, up valley and down valley. It is going to put people in a place where we have community. He stated to those who have a vision for the community and the children and workers, the work that the Board and all those individuals participating on various boards, from the hearings for the citizens, this has been an enhanced project and the community and staff has been listened to. He stated he believes that this has been an enhanced project and believes there will be 57 02-05-2002 consistent enhancement as this moves forward. Chairman Gallagher asked for a materials representation condition. He read it " Unless otherwise provided by conditions of approval, all material representations by the applicant shall be considered conditions of approval". He stated what that speaks to is all those items spoken to today become a part of the hearing and the application. Commissioner Menconi moved the Board approve ZC-00053 Berry Creek/Miller Ranch Zone Change, incorporating staff findings. Commissioner Stone seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Stone moved the Board of County Commissioner approve PDSP-OOO 14 Berry Creek/Miller Ranch PUD Sketch Plan incorporating staff findings and with the following conditions: 1. A detailed landscape plan as specified in Section 4-220.C., Detailed Landscape Plan, ofthe Land Use Regulations, be required which shows landscaping features along Miller Ranch Road, in common areas and at anticipated intersections prior to approval of the initial final plat for this development. 2. All engineering studies, plans and construction drawings be completed to the satisfaction of the County Engineer prior to approval of the initial final plat for this development. 3. Adequate consideration should be given to the recommendations and suggestions of the Colorado Geological Survey in its letter dated 21 November 2001. 4. The Traffic Impact Analysis completed for the Berry Creek/Miller Ranch PUD assumes the completion of a variety of on and off-site improvements. In order to ensure concurrency with traffic generated by the development of the PUD and related road improvements, the following road/circulation improvements shall be included with the initial construction ofthe project: a. Full access improvements as mandated by the State Highway Access Code (2CCR60 I- 1), at both the Edwards Spur Road/Miller Ranch Road intersection and the intersection of the relocated Cemetery Bridge Road and State Highway 6. b. Intersection improvements at Miller Ranch Road/Winslow Road and Miller Ranch Road/Charter School Road. c. Recreation trail and sidewalk improvements, d. Modifications to existing Edwards Spur Road access points to the Edwards Station project. e. Improvements outlined above shall be in place concurrent with the completion of the development of Tract A (the initial development of the CMC facility) and of Tract D (the housing tract). 5. The applicant shall commit to exploring the feasibility of incorporating energy efficient design in construction practices into the development of the project. 6. Concurrent with approval of the final plat, a deed restriction shall be established on Tracts I and J, the open space tracts at the east end of the development, the purpose of which shall be to ensure that these tracts remain in a predominantly natural condition in perpetuity. 7. That Eagle County agrees to assist private operators in establishing a summer rodeo series. 8 .Eagle County commits to make funding available in 2002 to develop recreation facilities and improvements on Tract C, the recreation parcel and on Tracts I and J, the open space parcels. 9. Unless otherwise provided by conditions of approval, all material representations by the applicant shall be considered conditions of approval Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 58 02-05-2002