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Minutes 05/07/2002 Present: Michael Gallagher Arn Menconi Tom Stone Tom Moorhead Jack Ingstad Sara J. Fisher PUBLIC HEARING MAY 7,2002 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 21ST CENTURY PHOTO SUPPLY A & H GRAPHICS A.C.E.O. AM COLLECTORS AAAA SEPTIC PUMPING AACE ADAM POWERS ADVANTAGENEnNORKSYSTEMS AFFORDABLE PORTABLE AlA FULFILLMENT AJRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INC ALADDIN TEMP-RITE ALL OUT DIGITAL ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY ALLlANT FOOD SERVICE ALPHA INTERACTIVE GROUP AMERICAN ALUMINUM AMERICAN HEART ASSOC AMERICAN PAYROLL AMERICAN TOWER CORP AMERICINN LODGE & SUITES ANDERSON & KEIL ANDREA LIEBER ANN MUNCASTER APEX SECURITY API FUND FOR PAYROLL ED AQUA TEC SYSTEMS ARAPAHOE COUNTY SHERIFF ARLENE STARK QUENON ARMOR HOLDINGS FORENSICS SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE 1 362.18 99.50 35.00 89.80 100.00 60.00 443.16 10.00 88.00 70.00 70.00 73.90 7,865.00 26.31 3,003.87 65.00 1,428.12 79.00 389.00 875.00 320.00 25.00 60.03 68.40 329.04 229.00 1,725.80 18.00 12.42 204.53 05-07-2002 ARN MENCONI ASCOM ASPEN BASE OPERATON ASPEN DAILY NEWS ASPEN PUBLISHERS INC AT & T WIRELESS SERVICES AV TECH ELECTRONICS INC AVCARD AVON COMMERCIAL OWNERS BAILEY FUNERAL HOME BAKER & HOSTETLER BARBARA McDOUGALL BASALT FAMILY RESOURCE BASALT SANITATION DIST BECKMAN COMPANY, THE BEN GALLOWAY MD BENCHMARK ENGINEERING BERGLUND RUTH BERLITZ LANGUAGE CENTER BERTHOD MOTORS BEVERLY KUNKEL BLOOM MURR & ACCOMAZZA BLUE LAKE OWNERS ASSN BOB BARKER COMPANY BOB SCHULTZ BONNIE STRONG BRADS ELECTRICAL SERVICE BRC/HARRIS INC BRIAN KOLZOW BROWNING FERRIS IND BRUCE CAMPBELL BRUCE STRASINGER CALOIA & HOUPT PC CAROL ANN HARRISON CARTEGRAPH SYSTEM CASTLE PEAK VETERINARY CATHOLIC CHARITIES CCO AND ERA CEHA CELERITY CORPORATION CENTER FOR GENERATIONAL CENTER FOR SUCCESSFUL CENTRAL CREDIT CORP CENTRAL SERVICES/EC REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE PAYROLL EXPO SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE 62.11 185.00 241.30 28.80 309.93 3,477.37 16,780.00 818.51 2,037.10 350.00 6.20 55.80 1,000.00 121.50 1,485.00 715.00 400.00 113.85 150.00 301.92 60.00 3.72 1,964.85 1,336.53 14.49 244.49 2,277.32 2,303.67 8.68 918.42 74.00 520.83 2,462.45 18.72 1,610.00 19.09 5,000.00 31,249.18 120.00 150.00 104.95 46.45 28.72 5.10 2 05-07-2002 CENTURYTEL CGFOA CHADWICK, STEINKIRCHNER CHANNING L BETE CO, INC CHARLES B DARRAH CHARLES D JONES CO, INC. CHELSEA DONALDSON CHEMATOX INC. CHESS CHRISTINE L MOTT CIMA CITY MARKET #34 CITY MARKET #42 VAIL CLARENCE BELL CO ASSOCIATION CO BUREAU INVESTIGATION CO DEPT PUBLIC HEALTH & CO DEPT TRANSPORTATION CO STATE TREASURER CODY COMPUTER SERVICES COLORADO ACTIVITY CTR INC COLORADO COUNTIES INC COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS COLORADO SOCIETY OF CPAs COLORADO WEST MENTAL HL TH COLUMBINE HOME HEALTH INC COM-LINK COMFORT INN DOWNTOWN CONSERVE A WATT LIGHTING COpy COpy CORPORATE EXPRESS CORPORATE EXPRESS IMAGING CORRA COUNTY SHERIFFS OF CO CPRA CRYSTAL SAW SERVICE CZ INCORPORATED DAHL PLUMBING DAILY SENTINEL THE DAMON MA TLON DAN SEIBEL DAVE MOTT DAVID GUINNEE, DVM SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE 12,435.20 30.00 15,000.00 81.28 3.72 451 .42 75.00 600.00 467.00 1,218.75 1,800.00 302.91 12.85 75.00 470.76 132.48 323.80 10,489.26 94.48 4,500.00 690.00 2,024.87 20.79 3,694.36 210.00 650.00 810.00 16.20 876.00 900.04 4.20 3,190.31 450.00 50.00 430.00 3,000.00 11.98 201.97 386.92 259.75 18.91 27.60 43.47 1,000.00 3 05-07-2002 DAY TIMERS INCORPORATED DEEP ROCK WEST DELL INC DENVER NEWSPAPER AGENCY DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR DESIREE SMITH DIANA JOHNSON DIEGO ONTIVEROS DISCO PRINT WHOLESALE DOCTORS ON CALL DOLPHIN CAPITAL CORP DONALD OWNSBEY DONNA BARNES CORONER DOSIA LAEYENDECKER EAGLE AMOCO EAGLE AUTO RECYCLING & EAGLE CARE MEDICAL CLINIC EAGLE CLERK AND RECORDER EAGLE COMBINED COURT EAGLE COMPUTER SYSTEMS EAGLE COUNTY MOTOR POOL EAGLE COUNTY SHERIFF EAGLE DIRECT INC EAGLE EYE PHOTO EAGLE PHARMACY EAGLE RIVER WATER AND EAGLE SUPPLY EAGLE VALLEY GLASS AND EAGLE VALLEY HARDWARE EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING EARL GLENWRIGHT EAST WEST RESORTS EHS NRC DISTANCE ED ORDER ELEMENT K JOURNALS EMC2 EMERGENCY MEDICAL PRODUCT EMPLOYERS COUNCIL SERVICE ENGINEERS & LAND SURVEYOR EON OFFICE PRODUCTS EPS DESIGN AND PRINT ESRI EVELYN PINNEY-LEVINE FACILITIES MANAGEMENT FALCON ASSOCIATES INC SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE 29.98 287.05 14,744.32 552.32 560.00 75.00 19.50 150.00 1,869.00 510.00 87.08 50.00 19.51 62.40 290.50 205.00 1,350.00 80.93 290.78 7,769.18 447.12 44.26 8,816.17 39.75 253.10 86.32 185.38 1,792.83 88.06 7,377.50 90.00 1,832.66 136.00 98.10 231.68 3.97 3,300.00 70.00 276.58 106.61 1,600.00 80.73 7,201.51 90.00 4 05-07-2002 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY FAMILY VISITOR PROGRAM FARRELL, GOLDSTEIN, FEDERAL EXPRESS FELSBURG HOLT & ULLEVIG FILE FINDERS L TO FINELlNE FIRKINS GARAGE DOORS FIRST BANKS FITZSIMMONS MOTOR COMPANY FLAIR DATA SYSTEMS INC FLIGHT GUIDE PUBLICATIONS FORMS & WORMS INC FRANK J BALL FRANKLIN COVEY FRONTIER PRECISION INC GALLS INCORPORATED GARY ROSS GATES MARGE PHN GATEWAY SECURE STORAGE GE CAPITAL GLENWOOD SHOE SERVICE GLENWOOD SPRINGS POST GRACE FINNEY GRAINGER INCORPORATED GRAND JUNCTION PIPE AND GREENBERG & ASSOCIATES HALL KYLE HAMPTON INN HARDING GLASS HAWKINS COMMERCIAL HEALTH INSURANCE FUND HELEN MIGCHELBRINK HELLERSTEIN & SHORE PC HELPING HANDS EXTMNG CONS HERMAN MILLER INC. HERMAN MILLER WORKPLACE HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS HOGAN & HARTSON HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC ASSOC HOROWITZ & WAKE IMO IAEI ICMA REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE EMPLOYEE BENEFIT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE 1,172.30 5,651.37 113.06 482.19 8,038.80 30.00 545.00 311.00 18,798.40 48.32 4,049.00 27.50 39.95 13.02 241.66 350.00 120.01 8.28 1,675.00 374.00 159.99 200.00 107.00 21.39 328.65 136.21 34.30 24.32 474.00 312.00 20.33 641,498.01 159.33 8.68 200.00 1,242.67 11.06 383.00 367.91 10,850.22 26.04 150.00 80.00 787.41 5 05-07-2002 IMLA IMO PRODUCTIONS IMPERIAL HEADWEAR, INC. INTEGRAL RECOVERIES INTEGRITY PLUMBING AND INTERMOUNTAIN LOCK INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE JAKE NISWANGER JAMIE HUMPHREY JANET KOHL JANICE DURAUX JC WHITNEY JEFFREY H SACHS JENA SKINNER JODIE BRANDT JODY CARUTHERS JOHN E REID & ASSOCIATES JOHN KING JOHN PLANO JOHNSON KUNKEL & ASSOC JOLlE B RAMO JOSE JUAN RAMIREZ JOSEPH L FORINASH JOSEPH WHITE JOYCE HANSON JUNIPER VALLEY PRODUCTS KARA BETTIS, DEPUTY KATHY REED KELLY L1EKIS KEN WILSON KEVIN CASSIDY KIM JOHNSON KINDER MORGAN INC KING CAMPBELL DDS LAB SAFETY SUPPLY LABELS DIRECT INC LACY RAMUNNO LAURIE BOWER LEE SHELTON LEGACY COMMUNICATIONS INC LESLEE SCOTT, INC LEVI VASQUEZ LEXISNEXIS LOCAL GOVERNMENT LAW SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SErVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE 320.00 308.75 22.28 4.96 2,294.93 46.60 270.00 225.00 1,230.00 53.10 15.18 311.27 3.10 120.17 81.66 208.81 550.00 4.14 60.00 993.75 80.00 3.72 87.00 25.00 242.88 37.90 222.74 1.79 819.00 100.00 39.28 6.90 5,718.26 1,452.00 92.51 400.00 125.00 510.87 4,000.00 845.36 242.87 50.00 542.00 300.00 6 05-07-2002 LOLA GUSTAFSON LORIE CRAWFORD LORMAN EDUCATION SERVICES LOWEN CORPORATION LUZ AVILA MAE PITTMAN MAINTENANCE WAREHOUSE MALINDA GRIFFIN MARIELLA RUOCCO-GORLA MARKS PLUMBING PARTS MARLlSA MIZERAK MARY LYNN WOLFE MATT ROYER MATTHEW BENDER AND MAVRON fNC MAX SCHLAFLEY MBIA MCI TELECOMMUNICATIONS MEDICAL CENTER OF EAGLE MELISSA ZINTSMASTER MEN CAN STOP RAPE MICHAEL DOYLE MICHELLE BALL MICRO WAREHOUSE MID VALLEY METROPOLITAN MIKES CAMERA INC. MINTURN TOWN OF MONTAG KEITH P MOORE BUSINESS MOORE MEDICAL CORP MOTOR POOL FUND MOUNTAIN ENERGY MOUNTAIN MOBILE VETERINAR MOUNTAIN STATES EMPLOYERS MR ROOTER MSC INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION NATIONAL GRAPHICS COMPANY NATIONAL INTERAGENCY FIRE NATIVE DISCOVERY INC NAVPLG NEBS BUSINESS FORMS NESTING COMPANY, LLC THE NEW ELECTRIC INC REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES 35.10 165.90 438.00 135.56 30.00 9.66 220.70 25.00 1.24 1,656.92 59.55 15.00 60.00 1,042.48 17,326.00 33.45 3,973.63 2,924.30 544.00 77.28 250.00 11.04 289.80 586.55 25.38 195.80 50,000.00 21.74 2,500.00 103.98 38,905.08 353.03 175.00 350.00 297.50 61.62 115.00 364.53 11.32 3,465.85 20.00 445.48 1,254.95 216.20 7 05-07-2002 NEW HORIZONS COMPUTER NFSA NOBEL SYSCO FOOD SERVICES NORDIC REFRIGERATION NOTARY PUBLIC AGENCY OF NOVELL RESEARCH ORDER NOVELL, INC. OFFICE SERVICES UNLIMITED ONE OF A KIND DESIGN OSI COLLECTION SERVICES OSM DELIVERY LLC PAINT BUCKET THE PAPER WISE PARAMOUNT DISTRIBUTORS PARAMOUNT FABRICS INC. PAT NOLAN PATHOLOGY GROUP PATRICIA HAMMON PEGASUS SATELLITE PETER FRALICK PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING PITNEY BOWES POCATELLO SUPPLY DEPOT POSTMASTER EAGLE BRANCH PRCA PRECINCT POLICE PRODUCTS PRECISION TREE WORKS INC PRIMEDIA WORKPLACE PROFESSIONAL TREE & TURF PROTECTORS L TO PSS, INC PURCHASE POWER QUEST DIAGNOSTICS QUILL CORPORATION QWEST QWEST INTERPRISE NETWRKNG RAMADA INN RAYMONDS OFFICE MACHINES REBECCA GADELL REBECCA WHEELERSBURG REIS ENVIRONMENTAL INC RENTX INDUSTRIES RETIREMENT FUND RICHARD KESLER SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE EMPLOYEE BENEFIT SERVICE 2,195.00 298.00 2,895.47 359.40 64.90 89.00 9,632.62 2,508.75 298.50 6.28 399.00 155.58 2,380.00 258.54 64.00 135.00 2,279.00 34.50 66.96 65.27 1,917.25 90.25 1,229.42 8,015.75 2,650.00 678.65 332.50 388.00 84.46 1,657.62 575.04 10,286.84 355.58 30.68 5,469.27 1,762.15 170.67 180.45 1,616.36 226.90 252.30 11.95 153,948.75 3,394.42 8 05-07-2002 RIGOBERTO SARELLANO ROAD AND BRIDGE DEPARTMEN ROBERT B EMERSON, PC ROBERT L HUFFMAN ROBERT NARRACCI ROCKY MOUNTAIN REPROGRAPH ROSIE MORENO RUTH A SHARP SANDRA DONNEL Y SANDYS OFFICE SUPPLY SARAH DAVIS SAWAYA AND ROSE SCHERYL BALLlE SCOTT MELVIN SCULL YS ART OFFICE AND SEARS SECOND CHANCE BODY ARMOR SERVICEMASTER OF VAIL SHEAFFER KAREN SHERATON COLORADO SPRINGS SINTON DAIRY COMPANY SIRCHIE FINGERPRINT SMITH EDWARD SNOWHITE LINEN SOCIAL TECH, INC. SOFTMART INC SOFTWARE SPECTRUM SPIECKER HANLON & GORMLEY STARBUCK SURVEYORS & ENGI STATE OF COLORADO STEPHANIE R ZUALET-MATHES STERICYCLE INC STOCKMANS LAND EXCHANGE STOUTS ELECTRIC MOTOR SER STOVE PARTS SUPPLY CO INC STRAWBERRY PATCH SUMMIT COUNTY SENIORS SUMMIT LUMBER SUN BADGE COMPANY SUPPLY CACHE SUSAN M PAPKE SUSPENSE FUND TELEX COMMUNICATIONS INC TERRI OGBURN REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE CIVIL PROCESS #38004 REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT 15.18 240.00 349.50 13.02 26.90 56.70 1,072.04 33.68 62.10 28.80 125.00 9.38 60.00 29.34 8.38 34.46 15,709.63 132.00 174.04 118.00 115.09 209.76 113.85 166.44 250.00 751.88 12,327.00 40.54 5,246.00 23.00 28.72 353.61 1,400.00 110.66 34.03 475.20 4,779.91 2,007.80 164.00 381.65 236.50 34,764.06 201.83 10.00 9 05-07-2002 THOMAS C HELGESON THOMAS MOORE ENTERPRISES THOMAS TWITCHELL TIPS BY TANNY TOWN OF BASALT TOWN OF EAGLE TRANE COMPANY TRANSCOR AMERICA INC TRI COUNTY FIRE TYCO WILDFIRE UNIFORM KINGDOM UNITED LABORATORIES UNITED PARCEL SERVICE UNITED REPROGRAPHIC UNIV COLORADO AT BOULDER UNIVERSTIY PHYSICIANS INC VAIL DAILY THE VAIL ELECTRONICS VAIL MOUNTAIN SCHOOL VAIL NET VAIL SIGN CORPORATION VAIL VALLEY EMERGENCY VAIL VALLEY MEDICAL CENTR VAIL VALLEY TRAUMA VAILNET INC VALLEY JOURNAL VALLEY PARTNERSHIP VALLEY PINES HOMEOWNERS VAN DIEST SUPPLY COMPANY VERIZON SELECT SERVICES VERIZON WIRELESS, VIKING OFFICE PRODUCTS VINCI LAW OFFICE VIOLA ULLERICK VISIONICS CORP WASTE MANAGEMENT WECMRD WELLS FARGO WEST GROUP WESTERN COLORADO WESTERN PAGING WESTERN SLOPE WPRA WRIGHT WATER ENGINEERS REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE PAYROLL EXPD REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT 38.02 86.75 597.10 480.00 62.52 2,122.25 315.60 1,056.16 606.00 349.20 1,365.45 393.07 384.44 434.00 120.00 191.50 275.40 2,820.00 300.00 479.40 90.00 1,620.00 148.15 70.00 1,055.90 20.00 3,850.00 906.03 4,644.69 780.00 2,903.64 153.68 8.68 120.00 5,238.00 95.00 375.00 263,277.71 1,700.16 21.50 8.00 1,922.92 100.00 320.25 10 05-07 -2002 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES 340.40 WYNDHAM COLORADO SPRINGS SERVICE 118.00 XCELENERGY SERVICE 503.60 XEROX CORPORATION SERVICE 5,784.81 XEROX XES SYSTEM SERVICE 180.00 Y & S PHARMACY SERVICE 2,515.98 YAMPA VALLEY ELECTRIC SERVICE 193.26 ZANCANELLA & ASSOCIATES SERVICE 105.00 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES 181.95 APRIL PAYROLL PAYROLL 7 & 8 595,604.76 2,289,156.69 ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND ACTIVE COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE 84.00 BEN BRAY SERVICE 900.00 BRADYJAX SERVICE 300.00 BROWNING FERRIS IND SERVICE 35.25 CCO AND ERA PAYROLL EXPD 2,292.83 CENTRAL SERVICES/EC SUPPLIES 65.13 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE 104.00 COLUMBIA PROPANE SERVICE 47.16 DEEP ROCK WEST SERVICE 50.75 EAGLE PHARMACY SERVICE 14.74 EAGLE VALLEY MEDICAL SERVICE 438.00 GRAY CONSTRUCTION INC SERVICE 2,000.00 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 56,869.36 HELLERSTEIN & SHORE PC SERVICE 300.00 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC ASSOC SERVICE 386.78 IMPERIAL HEADWEAR, INC. SERVICE 822.81 INTERWEST SAFETY SUPPLY SERVICE 870.20 JOHN T HARRIS REIMBURSEMENT 75.00 KINDER MORGAN INC SERVICE 571.25 LAFARGE CORPORATION SERVICE 364.40 MARK HARLAN & ASSOCIATES SERVICE 250.00 MATT JARAMILLO REIMBURSEMENT 49.73 MORNINGSTAR TOWNHOMES SERVICE 100.00 MOTOR POOL FUND SERVICE 204,960.63 NEWMAN TRAFFIC SIGNS SERVICE 321.60 NORTHWEST PIPE COMPANY SERVICE 1,767.20 RELIABLE SUPPLIES 42.73 RETIREMENT FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 14,559.50 11 05-07-2002 SAFETY & CONSTRUCTION SERVICE 214.82 SANDRA SMITH SERVICE 350.00 SCULL YS ART OFFICE AND SUPPLIES 15.98 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE 2,148.76 THE AVANT-GARDENER SERVICE 100.00 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICE 232.88 VALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES 14.55 WARNER DEVELOPMENTS SERVICE 250.00 WELLS FARGO PAYROLL EXPD 21,578.96 WORLD CLASS BUILDERS INC SERVICE 250.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES 150.70 XEROX SERVICE 147.00 PAYROLL FOR APRIL PAYROLL 7 & 8 51,183.68 365,280.38 SOCIAL SERVICES FUND AMANDA BALES REIMBURSEMENT 221.84 ARLlSS SIMS REIMBURSEMENT 24.50 BEST WESTERN EAGLE LODGE SERVICE 680.56 BONJOUR BAKERY SERVICE 232.60 CATHERINE CRAIG REIMBURSEMENT 340.47 CCO AND ERA PAYROLL EXPD 2,649.66 CENTRAL SERVICES/EC SERVICE 481.52 CHRISTOPHER FRANCO REIMBURSEMENT 395.72 CO FAMILY SUPPORT REIMBURSEMENT 310.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE SERVICE 17.01 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HL TH SERVICE 3,374.90 COMFORT INN SERVICE 139.98 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES 90.99 CRAIG SMITH REIMBURSEMENT 142.00 CSED SERVICE 123.54 DYNAMICS RESEARCH CORP SERVICE 1,374.00 EAGLE COUNTY PURCHASING SUPPLIES 99.61 EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING SUPPLIES 558.00 EL PASO COUNTY SHERIFF REIMBURSEMENT 42.20 ENVIRONMENTS,INC SERVICE 2,714.03 FAMILY LEARNING CENTER SERVICE 16,690.00 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY REIMBURSEMENT 529.56 FARNUM HOLT FUNERAL HOME SERVICE 1,000.00 GARFIELD COUNTY SHERIFF REIMBURSEMENT 5.40 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 53,273.29 12 05-07-2002 HOLIDAY INN DENVER SERVICE 480.00 INTEGRITY PLUMBING AND SERVICE 1,763.31 ISABEL SANCHEZ REIMBURSEMENT 137.09 JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFFS SERVICE 7.20 JENNIFER WORCESTER REIMBURSEMENT 55.20 JOEL KARR SERVICE 90.00 JOHN C COLLINS PC SERVICE 7,830.00 KATHY REED REIMBURSEMENT 88.32 KYLE SCHWAN SERVICE 108.00 LA QUINTA INN & SUITES SERVICE 55.00 LABORATORY CORPORATION OF SERVICE 55.00 LISA GRIGGS REIMBURSEMENT 44.00 LYONS KATHLEEN REIMBURSEMENT 106.42 MESA COUNTY SHERIFF REIMBURSEMENT 10.79 MOTOR POOL FUND SERVICE 836.00 NATIVE DISCOVERY INC SERVICE 57.60 QWEST SERVICE 188.55 RENEE RICHARDS REIMBURSEMENT 114.00 RETIREMENT FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 9,742.25 RITA WOODS REIMBURSEMENT 79.11 ROCHELLE A BOWER REIMBURSEMENT 514.94 SAMARITAN CNTR OF ROCKIES SERVICE 1,470.00 SCULL YS ART OFFICE AND SUPPLIES 6.85 SHELLEY OWNSBEY REIMBURSEMENT 2.98 SOCIAL SERVICES FUND SERVICE 300.00 SOFTMART INC SERVICE 308.34 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE 3,225.00 SYLVIA SALAZAR REIMBURSEMENT 47.09 TERRI ALLENDER SERVICE 900.00 VERIZON WIRELESS, SERVICE 281.09 VIRGINIA REGALADO REIMBURSEMENT 207.00 WELLS FARGO PAYROLL EXPD 16,395.24 XEROX CORPORATION SERVICE 192.75 PAYROLL FOR APRIL PAYROLL 7 & 8 35,954.09 167,164.59 WRAP FUND ALL VALLEY WOMENS CARE SERVICE 285.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN MEDICAL SERVICE 154.00 KATHY REED REIMBURSEMENT 500.00 WALMART GLENWOOD SERVICE 300.00 13 05-07-2002 1,239.00 RETIREMENT FUND CCO AND ERA PAYROLL EXPD 26,834.16 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL EXPD 26,750.70 53,584.86 INSURANCE RESERVE FUND AMERICAN GLASS SERVICE 265.00 BROTHER'S AUTO BODY SERVICE 2,715.22 GYPSUM AUTO BODY SERVICE 12,561.58 15,541.80 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND ACE-KAUFMAN STAMP & SEAL SERVICE 62.95 AMERISPEC HOME INSPECTION SERVICE 3,758.00 B & B ELECTRIC INC SERVICE 6,072.00 BENCHMARK ENGINEERING SERVICE 5,643.75 CALOIA & HOUPT PC SERVICE 100.00 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SERVICE 292.36 CYBERLlNK SERVICE 4,138.20 DAVID ADAMS & ASSOCIATES SERVICE 984.94 DENVER NEWSPAPER AGENCY :3ERVICE 84.16 DESIGN WORKSHOP S::RVICE 13,208.10 FLAIR DATA SYSTEMS INC SERVICE 7,307.10 FOX & COMPANY SERVICE 3,226.46 GARDENSIDE L TD SERVICE 9,649.00 HEPWORTH PAWLAK GEOTECHNI SERVICE 2,683.50 JOHNSON KUNKEL & ASSOC SERVICE 8,790.21 LOUPE'S FINE WOODWORKING SERVICE 1,360.00 PEAK LAND CONSULTANTS INC SERVICt: 4,810.00 RENO SMITH ARCHITECT SERVICE. 3,770.00 RUDD CONSTRUCTION SERVICE 89,288.15 SENIOR HOUSING OPTIONS SERVICE 600.00 SHAW CONSTRUCTION SERVICE 4,470.32 SHAW SIGNS SERVICE 1,335.00 VAIL ELECTRONICS SERVICE 2,186.50 WALSH ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE 3,400.00 14 05-07-2002 WESTERN SLOPE SERVICE 6,200.69 WILLIAM BRUMMETT SERVICE 16,889.02 200,310.41 SALES TAX E.V. TRANSP. ACE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY PARTS 164.38 ACTIVE COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE 80.55 ARKANSAS VALLEY PUBLISH IN SERVICE 63.00 ASCOM SERVICE 168.00 BRODY CHEMICAL SUPPLIES 329.69 BROWNING FERRIS IND SERVICE 123.38 CASTA SERVICE 550.00 CCO AND ERA PAYROLL EXPO 1,778.68 CHILI WILL YS SERVICE 120.00 CITY MARKET #34 SUPPLIES 18.95 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE 458.25 COMPLIANCE ALLIANCE INC SERVICE 484.00 COPY PLUS SERVICE 75.40 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN PARTS 13,849.87 DAVID JOHNSON REIMBURSEMENT 202.88 DE LA RUE CASH SYSTEMS SERVICE 294.50 DEEP ROCK WEST SERVICE 36.25 DESIGN GLASS INCORPORATED SERVICE 1,136.25 DOCTORS ON CALL SERVICE 220.00 DODD DIESEL INCORPORATED PARTS 40,115.96 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES PARTS 23,381.22 EAGLE AUTO PARTS PARTS 163.56 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT SUPPLIES 318.59 EAGLE COUNTY MOTOR POOL SERVICE 27,239.02 EAGLE PHARMACY SUPPLIES 5.89 EAGLE RIVER AUTO BODY SERVICE 374.00 EAGLE VALLEY HARDWARE SUPPLIES 138.49 EUCLID PRODUCTS COMPANY SE~VICE 159.14 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY REIMBURSEMENT 230.76 FLEET-NET CORPORATION SERVICE 4,050.00 G & K SERVICES SERVICE 195.20 GAY JOHNSONS INC SUPPLIES 3,193.18 GENERAL ELECTRIC SERVICE 269.16 GILLIG CORPORATION PARTS 168,811.41 GLENWOOD MEDICAL ASSOC SERVICE 159.00 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 108,252.24 HIGH COUNTRY LOCK & KEY SERVICE 15.00 15 05-07-2002 HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC ASSOC INDEPENDENT TOOL SUPPLY JAY MAX SALES JMC COP DEBT SERVICE FUND KINDER MORGAN INC KINETICO WATER PROS KTUN~FM RADIO LAWSON PRODUCTS LEGACY COMMUNICATIONS INC M & M AUTO PARTS MCLEOD USA PUBLISHING CO MOTOR POOL FUND MOUNTAIN EQUIPMENT OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY PANORAMIC GROUP QUILL CORPORATION QWEST RADIO PIOLlN RETIREMENT FUND RON E BECK SAFETY KLEEN SAN DIEGO COUNTY OF THE SILVER WHEELS INC. STEAMBOAT PILOTfTODAY SUSPENSE FUND TOWN OF GYPSUM TOWN OF VAIL UNITED STATES POSTAL SERV VAIL VALLEY COMMUNITY VERICOM COMPUTERS INC VERIZON WIRELESS, WELLS FARGO WfLACO SUPPLY COMPANY XCELENERGY XEROX CORPORATION ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE ZEP MANUFACTURING COMPANY SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE PARTS SERVIC!i PARTS :.nERVICE SF-RVleE S~PPLlES SERVICE SERVICE SUPP.t1ES SERVI"C '= SERVICE EMPLOY~'= BENEFIT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEVENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMEN. ~ SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE PAYROLL EXPD SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE 1,354.45 215.85 183.48 642,729.00 2,000.28 35.00 656.00 851.55 140.00 70.83 105.45 3,947.76 82.89 1,021.00 6,132.50 1,341.35 153.26 500.00 14,420.50 1,500.00 147.62 55.38 2,792.00 60.00 2,060.48 815.53 4,672.47 800.00 300.00 1,353.00 94.32 66,523.38 28.88 238.70 186.20 220.37 &2.76 PAYROLL FOR APRIL PAYROLL 7 & 8 152,602.2-3 1,307,170.32 SALES TAX E.V. TRAILS 16 05-0T2002 BICYCLE COLORADO SERVICE 100.00 CCO AND ERA PAYROLL EXPD 69.05 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE 266.50 COLUMBINE MARKET SERVICE 29.72 COpy PLUS SERVICE 52.97 EAGLE VALLEY HARDWARE SUPPLIES 17.97 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 518.11 IMPACT GRAPHICS & SIGNS SERVICE 100.80 SAFETY & CONSTRUCTION SERVICE 113.51 SPECIAL PROTECTION INC SERVICE 260.00 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE 66.05 VAIL TRAIL THE SERVICE 144.00 WELLS FARGO PAYROLL EXPD 858.80 2,597.48 SALES TAX R.F.V. TRANSP. ROARING FORK SERVICE 55,545.77 55,545.77 SALES TAX R.F.V. TRAILS ROARING FORK TRAILS 10% 6,171.75 6,171.75 AIRPORT FUND AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INC SERVICE 140.00 ARCH COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE 1,966.50 ASMI SERVICE 8,453.03 AT & T WIRELESS SERVICES SERVICE 115.74 B & H SPORTS SERVICE 468.61 BENCHMARK ENGINEERING SERVICE 11,354.95 BEST ACCESS SYSTEMS SERVICE 1,020.00 BONNER SUPPL Y COMPANY SUPPLIES 749.16 BROWNING FERRIS IND SERVICE 472.27 CALOIA & HOUPT PC SERVICE 125.00 CCO AND ERA PAYROLL EXPD 1,382.20 CENTRAL SERVICES/EC SERVICE 17.84 CENTURYTEL SERVICE 5,683.79 CHIEF SUPPL Y SUPPLIES 70.20 17 05-07-2002 COLLETTS COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS COLUMBINE MARKET CONCESSIONS I NTERNA TIONAL CRYOTECH DEICING TECH DEEP ROCK WEST DELTA AIRLINES EAGLE COUNTY PURCHASING EAGLE COUNTY REGIONAL EAGLE VALLEY HARDWARE EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING FERRELLGAS FOX & COMPANY FUTURA CARWASH SYSTEMS GRAINGER INCORPORATED GRAND JUNCTION PIPE AND GYPSUM TOWN OF HEALTH INSURANCE FUND HERTZ CORPORATION HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC ASSOC HONEY BUN BAKERY HURD HARRY INNERMOUNTAIN DISTRIBUTNG KINDER MORGAN INC LAFARGE CORPORATION LAWSON PRODUCTS LEGACY COMMUNICATIONS INC M & M TIRE COMPANY MARKOS PIZZERIA MCI TELECOMMUNICATIONS MIDWEST AIR TRAFFIC MOTOR POOL FUND MOUNTAIN STEEL & WELDING MYSLlK INC NASCO LLC NOBLE WELDING NORTHERN HYDRAULICS NORTHWEST AIRLINES ONE OF A KIND DESIGN OSHKOSH TRUCK CORPORATION OVERLAND AND EXPRESS COMP PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING PRO SPORTS POLARIS RETIREMENT FUND SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE EMPLOYEE BENEFIT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 345.10 9.60 213.29 459.83 13,570.00 52.25 350.00 51.84 88,328.75 10.91 33.00 61.73 866.35 107.00 124.54 97.84 334.25 43,104.51 66.67 2,327.58 10.40 134.55 23.98 2,254.08 7,695.99 119.03 541.00 10.00 217.21 206.96 34,325.00 1,410.12 73.38 1,536.44 275.30 555.25 539.19 400.00 5,535.64 323.51 408.50 19.00 80.00 5,708.75 18 05-07-2002 SERVICEMASTER OF VAIL SERVICE 1,161.49 STEELOCK FENCE COMPANY SERVICE 207.50 SUMMIT A VIA TION SERVICE 80.22 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE 1,401.24 TRI COUNTY FIRE SERVICE 308.00 US CONTRACT TOWER ASSOC. SERVICE 1,600.00 VAIL VALLEY JET CENTER SERVICE 10.90 VAIL VALLEY TOURISM AND SERVICE 4,500.00 VERIZON WIRELESS, SERVICE 132.61 WELLS FARGO PAYROLL EXPD 18,566.75 WHEATLAND FIRE EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES 48.00 WIND RIVER SEED SERVICE 1,189.58 WRIGHT WATER ENGINEERS SERVICE 266.75 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES 32.97 XEROX CORPORATION SERVICE 582.98 ZEP MANUFACTURING COMPANY SUPPLIES 281.70 PAYROLL FOR APRIL PAYROLL 7 & 8 49,142.88 324,451.18 MICROWAVE MAINTENANCE FUND HOL Y CROSS ELECTRIC ASSOC SERVICE 9,017.34 9,017.34 JUSTICE CENTER BOND FUND GENERAL FUND SERVICE 360,000.00 360,000.00 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FUND GLOBAL TECHNOLOGYINC SERVICE 116.17 116.17 HOUSING FUND CO HOUSING ASSISTANCE SERVICE 100,000.00 GARFIELD COUNTY HOUSING SERVICE 1,467.00 19 05-07-2002 101,467.00 LANDFILL FUND 21 ST CENTURY SEEDERS INC SERVICE 28,325.00 CARDINAL SCALE MFG CO SERVICE 640.00 CCO AND ERA PAYROLL EXPD 640.90 CENTRAL SERVICES/EC SERVICE 36.50 CO DEPT PUBLIC HEALTH & SERVICE 10,005.63 CO DEPT PUBLIC HEALTH AND SERVICE 965.55 DEEP ROCK WEST SERVICE 78.50 DENVER NEWSPAPER AGENCY SERVICE 13.80 DOWN V ALLEY SEPTIC SERVICE 330.00 EAGLE COUNTY PURCHASING SUPPLIES 3.47 EAGLE VALLEY HARDWARE SUPPLIES 20.66 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 18,204.17 IMPERIAL HEADWEAR, INC. SERVICE 251.28 JASON DAUBS REIMBURSEMENT 53.79 KRW CONSULTING INC SERVICE 3,978.54 MOTOR POOL FUND SERVICE 94,910.80 OXFORD RECYCLING INC SUPPLIES 2,838.61 RETIREMENT FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 3,693.75 ROAD AND BRIDGE DEPARTMEN SERVICE 50,283.63 SCULL YS ART OFFICE AND SUPPLIES 130.94 SUMMIT LUMBER SUPPLIES 35.86 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE 686.38 WELLS FARGO PAYROLL EXPD 6,168.93 XEROX CORPORATION SERVICE 111.00 PAYROLL FOR APRIL PAYROLL 7 & 8 15,249.64 237,657.33 MOTOR POOL FUND A 1 AUTO ELECTRIC COMPANY SERVICE 272.34 ADAMSON INDUSTRIES SUPPLIES 85.95 BERTHOD MOTORS SUPPLIES 154.62 BROWNING FERRIS INO SERVICE 91.09 C & H DISTRIBUTORS INC SERVICE 156.46 CALIFORNIA CONTRACTORS SERVICE 225.60 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND SERVICE 950,000.00 CCO AND ERA PAYROLL EXPO 772.69 COLLETTS SUPPLIES 55,613.00 20 05-07-2002 COLORADO MOTOR PARTS DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES EAGLE AUTO PARTS EAGLE COUNTY PURCHASING EAGLE VALLEY HARDWARE EATON SALES & SERVICE EM ED COMPANY INC FABIAN LOPEZ FARIS MACHINERY CO FITZSIMMONS MOTOR COMPANY G & K SERVICES GAY JOHNSONS INC GLENWOOD RADIATOR REPAIR GLENWOOD SPRINGS FORD GOODYEAR WHOLESALE TIRE HANSON EQUIPMENT HEALTH INSURANCE FUND HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC ASSOC IMPERIAL HEADWEAR, INC. INDEPENDENT TOOL SUPPLY INTERSTATE BATTERY SYSTMS JAY MAX SALES KINDER MORGAN INC KOIS BROTHERS LAWSON PRODUCTS LEADING EDGE TECHNOLOGIES LYONS KATHLEEN M & M AUTO PARTS MACDONALD EQUIPMENT CO MESA MACK SALES & SERVICE MOTOR POOL FUND POWER MOTIVE RETIREMENT FUND REY MOTORS INCORPORATED RSC SAFETY KLEEN (WHICITA) SAN DIEGO COUNTY OF THE SANDRA L SKILES SCULL YS ART OFFICE AND SNAP ON TOOLS SUMMIT LUMBER SUSPENSE FUND TOWN OF GYPSUM TWO RIVERS CHEVROLET SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE EMPLOYEE BENEFIT SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE EMPLOYEE BENEFIT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE 1,112.88 994.19 192.29 29.75 5.37 730.00 15.74 11.00 20,295.00 20.00 246.32 2,140.80 822.01 62.56 2,521.88 23,859.24 28,085.53 999.99 171.56 65.50 193.85 32.28 1,476.83 327.85 665.77 174.00 6.01 211.99 1,647.47 20.68 10,352.48 60.19 5,025.75 35.66 299.99 147.62 55.38 20.36 160.86 431 . 13 300.57 947.76 602.12 17,500.00 21 05-07-2002 UNITED STATES WELDING SERVICE 374.07 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SUPPLIES 1,587.45 WELLS FARGO PAYROLL EXPD 8,811.21 WfLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES 48.30 PAYROLL FOR APRIL PAYROLL 7 & 8 22,151.57 1,163,422.56 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND DENMAN GREY AND COMPANY EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 975.00 EAGLE COUNTY REGIONAL EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 489.00 GENERAL FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 3,962.35 MOUNTAIN STATES ADMIN. EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 50,874.52 PROVIDENT LIFE/ACCIDENT EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 3,504.14 ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 6,124.16 SOCIAL SERVICES FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 276.39 UNITED STATES LIFE INS EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 4,087.00 70,292.56 ENHANCED E911 FUND CENTURYTEL SERVICE 179.89 JOHNSON KUNKEL & ASSOC SERVICE 2,952.90 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES SERVICE 49.75 QWEST SERVICE 6,511.94 9,694.48 6,740,481.67 Executive Session Chairman Gallagher stated the first matter before the Board was an Executive Session. Commissioner Stone moved to adjourn into an Executive Session for the purpose of receiving legal advice on pending litigation, water rights for the City of Colorado Springs and discussion of property interests and negotiators for Berry Creek / Miller Ranch, which are appropriate topics for discussion pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(b), Colorado Revised Statutes. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 22 05-07-2002 Eagle County Web Page Demonstration Mary Jane Layne, Information Technologies, gave a presentation of the Eagle County Web Page relating in August 2001, the County was getting 10,000 web hits per day. The average visitor session is approximately 7 minutes. She stated in April 2002, they are now receiving 21,000 hits per day and the sessions are approximately 9 lf2 minutes long. The average visitor will visit more than once. She stated what is unique about the spring launch is the coloring. They are changing the color twice a year. She stated they are also featuring what is important this year, the wildfire danger, Berry Creek Sth information and the community and the up and coming election. They are also featuring upcoming events. There are drop down menus throughout the site as well as a site map. Another added feature is an internal referral navigation so that you can never get lost in the site. She stated 92% of the users are logging on from America on Line and 7.7 percent are Vail Net. Job applications and bus schedules are hot items. She stated one of the pages that receives the top lO% is meet your Commissioners. Request for Proposals is a new category which will be attractive for vendors. Volunteer opportunities are new and they will be expanding that. Voter Registration isn't new but they have added additional information. This summer they are featuring the youth conservation core and expanding the information as it happens. Commissioner Menconi asked if they are able to mention the Eagle River Youth Coalition and if they can link to that site. Ms. Layne stated they can. She spoke to the property records and having changed and expanded the functionality. She stated she updates the news section every week. She showed the awards being given out last week to the local artists. She showed the window for wildfires and the mapping as well as up to date information. They are using this page as an educational piece and are including survival tips education for children. They have a section on Berry Creek and the construction of such and also information concerning affordable housing. As these projects grow they will be placed on the web site. She showed more information on Berry Creek. She spoke to the community center in El Jebel with information on rentals, construction and the offices coming on line. She stated the home page shows the features for the events to come. She spoke to the seasonal postcards that can be sent. All the photos are taken in Eagle County. These can be sent free to friends and family. They also have the weather report and road conditions. She spoke again to the site map. Chairman Gallagher thanked her very much for her improvements on the site. He stated he has some concerns with communication with other departments and keeping it up to date. He asked about links to other Towns. Ms. Layne showed where to find information on Towns within Eagle County. Chairman Gallagher stated for the fire wise site he would suggest using the same colors as the Forest Service. Commissioner Stone stated he thinks that the site looks marvelous and that one of the better decisions this Board made was to hire someone into the web master position. Commissioner Menconi thanked Ms. Layne and Bill Lopez, Director of Informational Technologies, and thanked them for their work. He asked about data information and how that is accessible. He spoke to the demographics/work force numbers, etc. Consent Agenda Chairman Gallagher stated the next matter before the Board was the Consent Agenda as follows: 23 OS-07-2002 A) Approval of bill paying for the week of May 6, 2002, subject to review by County Administrator B) Approval of the minutes of the Board of County Commissioners meeting for April 9, 2002 C) Agreement for the delineation of the Flood Plain of the Eagle and Colorado Rivers D) Agreement for Professional Services for Capital Improvement Plan Update, Phase I E) Notice of Award for the Berry Creek / Miller Ranch Road Construction F) Agreement between Eagle County Health & Human Services and Donald Bissett for T ANF / Child Welfare Services G) Resolution 2002-064 for Release of Assignment of Certificate of Deposit for Road Cut Permit No. 2802 for Claus D. Tjaden H) Agreement between Eagle County and The Union Pacific Railroad Company for railroad crossing improvements at Hillcrest Drive I) Waiver of Direct Subgrant Award, Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grant, (JAIBG) for the federal fiscal year 2001 award J) Agreement between Eagle County and Olson Property Maintenance for law moving and trimming at Eagle County facilities in Eagle and Gypsum K) Agreement between Eagle County and Wind River Trees for landscaping, irrigation and snow removal maintenance services at the Eagle County Community Center and ball fields at El Jebel. Chairman Gallagher asked the Attorney's Office if there were any changes to the Consent Agenda. Tom Moorhead, County Attorney, stated there are no changes for today. Chairman Gallagher asked to amend the title for item D, Agreement for Professional Services for Capital Improvements Plan Update, Phase 1. He stated he would like it to read "The Agreement for Professional Services for Road Capital Improvement Plan Update, Phase 1.". He stated he believes this capital improvement plan is limited to roads. He stated he also has questions item C, Agreement for delineation of the Flood Plain of the Eagle and Colorado Rivers. He asked about the flood plain of the Eagle and Colorado Rivers but the study area seems to include lesser amounts. Justin Hildreth, Engineering Department, stated they would have liked to have it done to the County line but they were short on funding. They are requesting additional funds at this time to complete the study. Chairman Gallagher stated those areas about Dowd Junction need to be mapped as well. Mr. Hildreth stated the Town of Minturn has mapped their limits. Chairman Gallagher pointed out there is much area that has yet to be mapped above the Town of Minturn limits. Commissioner Menconi moved to approve the Consent Agenda as presented with a change to item D that reads "The Agreement for Professional Services for Road Capital Improvement Plan Update, Phase I" . Commissioner Stone seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Approval of Stipulation, Water Rights, City of Colorado Springs Tom Moorhead presented a stipulation for application for water rights of the City of Colorado Springs in Eagle, Lake and Pitkin Counties. He stated this will provide retained jurisdiction over the 24 OS-07-2002 facilities being construction and provides for additional accounting by the applicant. Commissioner Stone moved to approve the Stipulation Concerning the Application for Water Rights of the City of Colorado Springs, Colorado in Eagle, Lake and Pitkin Counties, 88-CW-449. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Application, Center-based Services, Early Head Start Program Kathleen Forinash, Director of Health and Human Services, presented an application for center based services for the Early Head Start Program. She stated this application requests a first year start up cost of $350,223.00 and on-going federal funds in the amount of $313,693.00. The expansion will add 27 children and their families to the Head Start program and will also provide child care for many of the families. Chairman Gallagher asked if this was a competitive bidding program. Mrs. Forinash stated it is a national competitive grant. Chairman Gallagher asked if Ms. Forinash could give him a percentage possibility of receiving this grant. Ms. Forinash stated Eagle County has a very good chance of receiving the grant. She stated they have a very small program currently with 45 children and the Early Head Start Program would like to see the program larger. Commissioner Menconi moved to submit the application to add Center-based services to the Early Head Start Program. Commissioner Stone seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Application, National Service Corporation, RSVP Volunteers, Homeland Security Kathleen Forinash presented an application to National Service Corporation to add RSVP volunteers for Homeland Security. She stated this application will add over 100 additional volunteers to various agencies. It will also increase the capacity to allow volunteers in the work place. Ms. Forinash stated this would be an on-going part of the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program. Commissioner Stone moved to submit the application to National Service Corporation to add RSVP volunteers for Homeland Security. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Plat & Resolution Signing Matt Gennett, Planner, presented the following plats and resolutions for the Board's consideration: Resolution 2002-065, To Approve The Two Rivers Village Final Plat and The Road Impact Fee Agreement Reached By The Applicant and The Board of County Commissioners (Eagle County File No. PDF-00063). The Board considered the applicant's request on April 23rd, 2002. Commissioner Menconi moved to approve Resolution 2002-065, to approve the Two Rivers Village Final Plat and the Road Impact Fee Agreement, reached bu the applicant and the Board of County Commissioners, file PDF-00063. Commissioner Stone seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 25 05-07-2002 Resolution 2002-066, To Approve The Two Rivers Estates Final Plat and The Road Impact Fee Agreement Reached By The Applicant and The Board of County Commissioners (Eagle County File No. PDF-00064). The Board considered the applicant's request on April 23rd, 2002. Commissioner Stone moved to approve Resolution 2002-066, to approve the Two Rivers Estates Final Plat and the Road Impact Fee Agreement reached by the applicant and the Board of County Commissioners, file number PDF-00064. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Menconi moved to adjourn as the Board of County Commissioners and reconvene as the Local Liquor Licensing Authority. Commissioner Stone seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Liquor License Consent Agenda Earlene Roach, Liquor Inspector, presented the Liquor License Consent Agenda as follows: A) Beaver Creek Arts Foundation Vilar Center for the Arts This is a renewal of an Arts License. This establishment is located in the Plaza at Beaver Creek. There have been no complaints or disturbances during the past year. Chairman Stone asked about the nature of the license. Ms. Roach stated it is an "arts" license. Commissioner Stone moved to approve the Liquor License Consent Agenda for May 7, 2002, as presented. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Beaver Creek Resort Earlene Roach presented a Special Events Permit application for Beaver Creek Resort Company for June 15 & 16,2002 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., August 10 &11, 2002 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and August 31 & September 1, from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. June 15 & 16 are the Beaver Creek Culinary Council, August 10 & 11 are the Arts Festival and August 31 & September 1 is Oktoberfest. These are annual events and there have been no complaints or disturbances in the past. Mike Kloser, applicant, was present for the hearing. He stated this is the standard seasonal summer festival to be held on the promenade. There is the Culinary Festival, the Arts Festival and Oktober Fest. Commissioner Stone stated he appreciates the alcohol management plan as it addresses all of the questions that are typically asked. He thanked them for the good maps as well and suggested they manage the events well. Commissioner Menconi moved to approve a Special Events Permit for Beaver Creek Resort Company for June 15 & 15,2002 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., August 10 & 11,2002 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and August 31 and September 1,2002 from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Commissioner Stone seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 26 05-07-2002 Eagle Valley Humane Society Earlene Roach presented a Special Events Permit application for the Eagle Valley Humane Society for September 21,2002 from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. She stated this event was also held last year and there were no complaints. Char Newman, applicants, were present for the hearing. She stated this is actually the third annual event, the first of which was held on a current licensed premise. It is sponsored in part by Beaver Liquors. Commissioner Stone moved to approve a Special Events Permit for the Eagle Valley Humane Society for September 21,2002 from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Red Sky Golf Club Guest Clubhouse Earlene Roach presented a new application for a hotel and restaurant license for Beaver Creek Food Services, Inc., d/b/a Red Sky Golf Club Guest Clubhouse. Also included in this application is a managers registration for Werner Jayson. She stated the first order of business is to establish the neighborhood. Staff recommended the neighborhood be from the establishment is a two mile radius. Commissioner Stone moved to establish the neighborhood as from the establishment in a two mile radius for Beaver Creek Food Services, Inc., d/b/a Red Sky Golf Club Guest Clubhouse. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Ms. Roach stated the next order of business is to establish the needs of the neighborhood. She related Max Scott, Oedipus, Inc., was present to speak to the needs of the neighborhood. Mr. Scott passed out a report summary. He stated they were retained to do a survey on this license and explained the procedures and results. They contacted Ms. Roach to define the location. The survey documents, which are a map and defined neighborhood. He stated they did 56 doors in the neighborhood and returned to all not at homes. They found 20 interested parties with 19 for and 1 against. The results are 95% favoring this proposal. Commissioner Menconi moved to establish the needs of the neighborhood as evidenced by testimony and the submitted petition. Commissioner Stone seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Julie Papengelis, representing Beaver Creek Food Services, was present for the hearing. She stated this is a new license. Chairman Gallagher asked who will be managing the restaurant. Werner Jayson, manager, stated he is the general manager of the establishment. He stated he has worked for Club Corporation for fourteen years. He stated he recently moved here from West Chester, New York and that he has been in the business for the last 22 years. Commissioner Stone asked about Mr. Jayson's knowledge of Colorado Liquor Laws. Mr. Jayson stated he has just joined Vail Resorts and will be TIPS trained and will assure that all servers of alcohol will also be trained. Commissioner Stone asked about reviewing Colorado Law concerning alcohol. Ms. Papengelis stated the legal department will work closely with Mr. Jayson to be sure that he has a copy of the Colorado Liquor Code and they will be available to assist them with answering questions. Chairman Gallagher stated what he is looking at is the job descriptions and related he could not 27 05-07-2002 see an alcohol management plan. Commissioner Stone tried to explain the document. Chairman Gallagher asked that they might review some of the Liquor Management Plans that have been filed with the Clerk and Recorder. Commissioner Stone suggested a booklet for all employees to better understand the liquor code and the employee responsibilities. He stated the managers may be well trained but the employees may be lacking the understanding of the rules and regulations. He stated he has a concern with the location of this establishment and the possibility of those having too much to drink driving the road. Ms. Papengelis stated they will prepare something prior to opening the restaurant and will provide a copy to Ms. Roach. Ms. Roach stated the application is in order and all applicants are reported to be of good moral character. Commissioner Menconi moved to approve a new hotel and restaurant license for Beaver Creek Food Services, Inc., d/b/a Red Sky Golf Club Guest Clubhouse. Commissioner Stone seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Stone moved to approve a managers registration for Werner Jayson, Beaver Creek Food Services, Inc., d/b/a Red Sky Golf Club Guest Clubhouse. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Menconi moved to adjourn as the Local Liquor Licensing Authority and reconvene as the Board of County Commissioners. Commissioner Stone seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. AFP-00125, Mountain Meadow Ranch Joseph Forinash presented file number AFP-00125, Mountain Meadow Ranch. He stated this was an amended final plat which would delete the existing building envelope on a 46.78 acre lot and create a 3.23 acre primary building envelope (for a residence) and a 2.1 acre auxiliary building envelope (for agricultural buildings). A primary purpose for the amendment is to move the primary building envelope out from under a major overhead electrical power line. This file represents an application to relocate a building envelope on a 46.78 acre lot, and was last heard by the Board on 12 March 2002, at which time the Commissioners expressed reservations about approving the amended final plat as proposed. The Applicant requested a tabling of the file so that he might revise and re-submit the plat for further consideration. A revised amended final plat has been submitted, along with additional narrative information provided by the Applicant. These and other materials are enclosed. The chronology of the application is as follows and as shown on staff report: 1974 - Board of County Commissioners approved the Final Plat which created the Mountain Meadow Ranch, Second Filing Subdivision. 1998 - Board of County Commissioners approved an Amended Final Plat which re-subdivided Lots 27, 28, 34 and Vista Hi Drive and created Lot 34 in its present configuration. 2000 - A nearly identical amended final plat was submitted on behalf of a prospective owner who subsequently declined to purchase Lot 34. The application was withdrawn prior to being considered by the Board of County Commissioners. Staff findings are as shown on staff report and as follows: 28 05-07-2002 Pursuant to Section 5-290.G.2 of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations, Community Development Staff has made the following findings: a. The Amended Final Plat DOES NOT adversely affect adjacent property owners. b. The Amended Final Plat IS consistent with the intent of the Final Plat. c. The Amended Final Plat DOES conform to the Final Plat requirements and other applicable regulations, policies and guidelines. d. An Improvements Agreement IS NOT applicable. e. This amendment IS NOT an alteration of a restrictive plat note. He said there has been additional correspondence and that has been provided to the Board. Chairman Gallagher asked to see the proposed building envelope picture. Joe Forinash explained the previous envelopes. The Board asked the applicant to work with the people in the area and they came back with a revised building envelope. At the second plat the Board saw in March, the Auxiliary envelope had been reduced in size. Chairman Gallagher asked the size of the existing envelope. Mr. Forinash stated it is about 2.9 acres. Commissioner Stone asked if Mr. Forinash can show the new revised envelope. Mr. Forinash showed it on the screen. Chairman Gallagher asked for the applicant's presentation. Alexander Kim, applicant, thanked the Board for allowing him his due process. He spoke to the concerns voiced by the Brights. He stated compromise has been made by all of them. He stated in listening to the tapes and reviewing his notes he believes the key issues have been resolved. He listed the items addressed: He stated he has 11 points on why this new location is better. He stated the map represents lot 34 and what they are proposing. He pointed out the mature trees. He stated in the new proposal they have combined the primary and auxiliary into one envelope. It is about 112 acre smaller and is approximately 2.55 acres. They have relocated it almost totally out of the field and removed it from the central location. It is well screened. He showed it on slide 23 and the residences on both sides. He stated the location is approximately 60 feet lower than the access road elevation. He stated the DeWind's residence is well removed to the west. He suggested with anything constructed here, what one may see is a rooftop. He showed Ms. Snyder's location as well. He suggested anything built will nestle into the landscape. He stated they have accomplished clustering with existing development. He showed slide 3, the other residences in the development. He stated a major goal was to get a safe distance from the large power lines. He stated no views will be blocked. He showed the location of the photograph being shown. He showed the story pole heights. He stated most importantly they have been in communication with Ruth Fender. He spoke to the letter that she wrote and she has confirmed her understanding that this is consistent with her intent. Mr. Kim spoke to the open space issue. He spoke to lots 27, 28 and 34 and the desires and needs of the neighbors. He stated Ms. Fender placed the existing envelope where it is because it met her needs at the time. He spoke to Commissioner Gates' testimony. He spoke to Scott Hunn's testimony about Mrs. Fender not placing any permanent restrictions. He spoke of testimony with Eric McCatherty and that Mrs. Fender did not intend to restrict any building envelope. Mrs. Fender volunteered open space to never be built upon. In testimony by Joe Forinash, when asked to elaborate on his findings, stated that he nor his staff could find documentation to encumber Lot 34. In the letter dated May 2,2002 from Ruth Fender she stated she did not intend to create open space to benefit the neighborhood. She was only trying to arrange Lot 34 to be used effectively for agricultural purposes. Finally, Lot 34, Mountain Meadow Ranch, is not dedicated open space, it is a private 50 acre parcel that is zoned for agriculture / residential use. He stated he is available 29 05-07-2002 for questions. Chairman Gallagher asked for those who wish to provide public comment. There were seven people. Gary Wright, Attorney for the applicant, stated that Ruth Fender is here today and she would like to speak last if she may. Chairman Gallagher stated that is fine. Scott De Wind, area resident, stated he is confused with something and it has to do with the slide photo. He suggested the plat is different and not in agreement with what is being shown. Chairman Gallagher asked to see the third proposed plat. Mr. Forinash stated it is his understanding that it is generally the same size and that it may vary a little with the reduction. Chairman Gallagher asked to review the plat. Mr. DeWind stated this building envelope actually extends into the field more than depicted. If you take an overlay, the easterly boarder of the third building envelope almost adjoins the first envelope. He stated if you use the road as the guideline, the new building envelope is about 1/4 to the west and 3/4 to the east. He stated he just wants them to see that. He stated this is the second proposal. The first proposal line is almost adjacent. He stated the building envelope does extend further into the field. He stated the aerial photograph shows the tree. They have an aerial of the tree and shows it to be much farther out in the field. He questions what Mr. Kim is screening from. He spoke to the latest petition that included Mary Bright. They have over 60 signatures from people who are against this third suggestion. He spoke to adverse impacts and that they seem to be being pushed on them. He spoke to the visibility, the lights, noise, conversations can be heard. He spoke to privacy and that it will be destroyed. He spoke to the wildlife and the elk and that they will loose having them there. He stated they relied on the location of the building envelope when they purchased their home. He spoke to the time commitment and the resources they have consumed, the emotional drain and the drain on the community. He spoke to the communities voices not being heard. He spoke to the power lines and this being a concern of the Kims. He questioned why the Kims would buy an $800,000 piece of property if they were that concerned about the power lines. He pointed out the power lines and his discussions with Holy Cross. He spoke to the upgraded power line that will actually be closer to them. He showed a drawing by Hold Cross and the 400 foot safe distance. He stated this has been the foundation of their argument. He questions Eagle County and what they are telling the others who are living in the subdivisions if they condone the 400 foot safety space. Commissioner Stone asked ifMr. DeWind has an alternative site or ifit is only the site that has been approved. Mr. De Wind spoke to their idea of moving the envelope forward. Sid Fox, on behalf of Scott and Nancy DeWind, was asked for his help to understand the review process and criteria that was being considered. He stated his comments are intended to step back from the immediacy and to use some of the tools that the County uses to make their determinations. Commissioner Stone asked about the wildlife overlay maps. Mr. Fox replied they were the maps used in the Master Plan. He spoke to the zoning and handed out a portion of the Eagle County Zoning Map. He stated the parcel was zoned, agriculture/residential. He stated it is important to distinguish between Mountain Meadow and some of the other development in the area. He read the purpose of the zone district. He read "the purpose of this zone district is to maintain the rural character of the outlying areas of Eagle County while allowing for compatible low density residential development." He stated it does allow ten acre zoning with clustering. He stated 30 05-07-2002 within the purpose of the zone district is to maintain the property as common open space or agricultural lands. He stated he did do a site visit and did review the proposed plat and building envelope. He stated his comments are premised on protecting the irrigated land and the proposed building envelope will degrade or detract from the open agriculture land. When he reviewed the plat and the western lot line, his comments are that the irrigated hay pasture will be effected more than as it shows on the slide. He spoke to the clustering of the building area outside the large irrigated hay meadow. It is his opinion that the proposed amendment is less consistent with the Master Plan. He commented on the Eagle County Master Plan and that much of this was zoned in the 1970's. He stated the 1990 plat of record today was the first Mountain Meadow plat reviewed with the new Eagle County Master Plan. He spoke to the relationship and the consistency between the zoning and the Future Land Use Map. He showed a map and the land use designation. He stated his point is that it is appropriate to distinguish between land use in countryside and land use in rural. Chairman Gallagher asked to be led to the site by section. Mr. Fox stated they are speaking to section 27 just north ofEl Jebel. He stated it is appropriate for the Board to go back to the amended final plat. The purpose and the countryside designation, is non agricultural and he believes that was the intent of the planning in that area. He spoke to the standards for an amended final plat. He spoke to the effects on adjacent properties. He went to the standard usage. He asked if the proposed amendment has an effect on the adjacent property owners. The Board has heard testimony to that effect. Does it influence adjacent property owners? Does it involve adjacent property owners? Does it concern adjacent property owners and does it impinge adjacent property owners. He stated his answer would be yes. On final plat consistency, he quoted the overall approval for final plat. He requested the Board deny the proposal on behalf of the adjacent property owners. Nancy DeWind, adjacent property owner to the north, stated she is very distressed and there are some real accountability issues. She stated there have been no agreements with the neighbors. She stated they have ignored all the property owners. The petition did not happen overnight. It is not a personal petition, it is a factual petition and they have shown all the specifics. She spoke to the previous plats being presented without their input. She stated there have been several misrepresentations and this last instance, the applicant put up story poles and had surveyors out with stakes, before they called the neighbors. They never contacted their lawyer as they requested. This has been a seven month process and all the sllrrounding owners have concerns. She spoke to the clustering. She stated she spoke with Bud Gates on Friday and he reviewed the plats. He has done a site visit and he believes it is in violation of the intent of the existing filing. Mr. Gates related that it would be a travesty to have a home built in the field. She stated Mr. Gates stated when they made that stand there was a big push for more open space and green belt. It is clear to her that the County has had rule after rule. She stated this would not have been approved according to Mr. Gates, if there was a building envelope in the field. She stated that fracturing this land has the potential of fracturing the community. She suggested Mrs. Fender is here today and suggested that she is here as the mortgager. She spoke to the presentation of open space and that's what was consistent to the property owners. She read from the 1998 file which states, "it is an amended final plat to change the boundaries of lots 27, 28 and 34, Mountain Meadow Ranch Subdivision. The staff report is somewhat confusing and suggests Lot 34 be deleted. In fact Lot 34 is simply being arranged with Lot 27. Lots 27 and 28 would actually be decreased in size and Lot 34 would increase in size with the majority of Lot 34 to remain as open space, upon which all three Commissioners had unanimously approved this." She stated she can guarantee the Board there would have been opposition. She stated this is the history that they bought their properties with. Don Snyder, 1847 Upper Cattle Creek Road, stated he couldn't make it to the last meeting and it 31 05-07-2002 was stated that he is in favor. He stated he is not, he is definitely against this proposal. He showed the building envelope from his house in a photograph. He stated he doesn't know how high the house will be. He submitted the photo for the record. He stated he is opposed to the change, the Kims bought the property with the building envelope in place and they shouldn't have the ability to move it. Christopher Mason, a lot owner in this area as well as Aspen Mesa, suggested the biggest discontent is that the people who bought the surrounding property did so with the Kims building envelope in place. He suggested that the Kims didn't condition their contract. He stated there is a defined location for the building envelope. He stated the power poles can be moved. He stated the objection has a lot to do with the standards of Eagle County. Joe Krabacher, an Attorney representing the Architectural Control Committee for Mountain Meadows Ranch Subdivision, related he understands the tabling. He stated from the Committee, they have not heard from the applicant and were not given opportunity for input. He stated the Homeowner's Association was established in 1978 and the original plat was in 1974 and the second filing was done in 1979. He stated there is disagreement between them and the applicant as to whether Lot 34 was included at all. He stated in 1979 it states that it includes Lots 17 through 38. Their position is that Lot 34 is subject to the covenants. He stated from the testimony he has heard today, there are concerns that the proposal does not adhere to the Master Plan. As to the specifics of a plat amendment, the standards in the code include review of the amended plat and effects on adjacent owners. He spoke to the adverse impacts to the neighbors, the lights, the hay meadow, etc. He spoke to the scaling of the map and the road from the northeast. He stated if it was scaled appropriately, you would see the substantial impact on the road and the meadow. That is a concern that they have. The next standard discusses consistency with the final plat. He read from the Master Plan. He stated the intent of the final plat is clear by looking at the map. He stated there was a building envelope placed there for a reason. He spoke to the transcript of the testimony given at the hearings. He stated there are a number of property owners who bought their properties accordingly. He stated the standards must be shown and satisfied by the applicant and the intent was the building should be up and clustered next to lot 27. He spoke to an e- mail from Johnnette Phillips and her final conclusion that this is not consistent with the 1998 plat. He spoke to the letter from Ruth Fender on November 10 and the field maintaining the integrity of the land. He stated the intent is found in looking at the plat at the time. He spoke to the standards and the conformance with regulations, policies and guidelines. He spoke to the adverse effects, the petition and urged the Commissioners to deny the proposed building envelope. Carol Mason, resident on Escalante and owner of a lot in Mountain Meadows Subdivision, stated she has been offended by the mis-representations today and echoed ditto, ditto, ditto, ditto. She suggested the neighbors voiced concern that the County Commissioners didn't have their ear. She stated that concerns her. She stated she believes they should deny this and send a message that they do have their ears. Cathy Butler, representing the Homeowner's Association, spoke to the letter submitted and that they have voiced their concerns. Ruth Fender Scarrow, original owner of the property, stated she moved to the property in 1953 and they used it as a cattle and sheep operation. In the early 1970's it didn't pay its way and she started to subdivide. She started the subdivision with the idea her family still wanted to be in the livestock industry. They tried to maintain the property with irrigated lands. She stated the County Commissioners at that time had an overall plan and wanted 10 acre sites on the east side of the road. That was a battle from the word go. She wanted to keep the irrigated fields maintained. Had she let the County Commissioners have their way, there would be five buildings in the field. She stated everybody 32 05-07-2002 understood when she fought to keep the irrigated land in one block. She stated she didn't do it for them. That is not open space. She is confused whether this is what they are fighting to have. She stated the field should be utilized to the best benefit. She stated when times changed and it was not feasible to operate a cattle ranch, there was no longer an opportunity to raise cattle and raise hay. She spoke to some of the instances that happened in the past. She stated these people are fighting about what is going to happen to lot 34. They are speaking to the lot above that does not get irrigated and has junk all over it. She questions the fairness and doesn't believe the Commissioners can tell the property owners they can't built a home. She stated she developed the Mountain Meadows Ranch and was issued a final plat in 1979. The roads were a hassle. She stated she never promised anyone that the field would be open space. She stated it is not. It is an irrigated alfalfa field. She stated the Kims are good people. They will put in an irrigation system and make it more desirable than it has ever been before. They are not going to try to subdivide this. She stated she paid the taxes and maintained the property to the best of her ability for her children. She stated she intended to die there. In 1998 she changed the configuration of lots 17 & 34 so that she could stay there. She wanted to stay in the house and sell the land. She stated the land was on the market for a long time. She questioned if they wanted it as open space they should have purchased it. They want someone else to maintain it for their benefit. She suggested they need to be neighborly. She stated they moved from there as there weren't two people they could wave to. She spoke to the Dewells and Don Snyder. She bought back Lot 28. She stated when they moved there in 1953 there were three houses on the hill. She stated she never contested one single person who built up there, but she now sees over 100 houses. That effected her. She didn't cry in her beer. She stated if you are going to live in the Roaring Fork Valley you are going to see change and it doesn't make sense to her why people try to control what they don't own. She spoke to where she now lives and the view that she has. If she doesn't like it, she can move on again. She stated when she changed the configuration of Lot 27 and Lot 34, it was for her to be able to keep the 10 acre track where the Brights live now. It was her sole intent to omit the building site on the corner of Lot 34. She stated they put the building site over in the comer as it had road access, trees, a good view and it was rocky. The wildlife would be really effected over there. Those trees are infested with wildlife and there are more wildlife where the original building envelope would be. She stated the Kims are conceding a lot and they are going to have the noise from the road. They are giving up the quietness for the power lines. She stated in her time they didn't concern themselves with such matters. She stated the area they are suggesting is in a rocky field. They are taking away some pasture land that is not maintain or irrigated. She stated they will be down in a hole. She stated the majority of the people who are complaining will not be able to see this new configuration. She suggested it is not what a planner has to worry about. She stated there has been a lot of things that have been said today that are offensive to her. She stated she knows how hard and stressful this kind of thing can be. A big track of land is much harder to sell than half acre sites. She spoke to constant worries. She thinks the site they have chosen now is a good site, it is not taking away from the cultivated land but does impact wildlife a little but not half as much as the other site would. It does preserve the agricultural use and is substantially away from power lines. She stated she would be glad to answer any questions. She stated she is here because she wanted to clarify her intent. It is sad to think that people have this much say so over a track of land this size. She stated she sincerely hopes that all of the Commissioners will think about the proposal and not just the neighborhood. Commissioner Menconi asked if in the past year she has had a conversation or signed a petition opposing the moving of the site. Mrs. Fender stated she did not. 33 OS-07-2002 Commissioner Menconi asked if she has had conversations about the property. Mrs. Fender stated she has spoken with lots of people. She didn't believe the site on the nob was appropriate and the Kims have come to recognize that. She stated that she believes this last site is the most appropriate. Commissioner Menconi suggested he would like to know whether Mrs. Fender has been misrepresented or if she has changed her mind in any way. Mrs. Fender stated she has not changed her mind. They left there because of unfriendly neighbors. Chairman Gallagher read a statement, "the building envelope for Lot 34 would be shifted to an area that is located between Lots 27 and Lots 28." He asked where the original building site was. Mrs. Fender stated this is the only site in Mountain Meadow 1 or 2 that had a building envelope specified. Chairman Gallagher thanked Mrs. Fender. Chairman Gallagher stated he has a question for Mrs. Fender. In the meantime he asked the Attorney to advise them of the covenants that may apply to this property. Tom Moorhead stated there are no covenants in effect that would influence the decisions being made by the Board today. Commissioner Stone questioned how that relates to the building permit. Mr. Moorhead stated that will not be effected unless it goes through District Court. Chairman Gallagher referred again to the quotation on the December 14, 1998 meeting and the shifting ofthe building envelope for Lot 34. He stated in looking at a plat prior to that date he doesn't see anything designating a building envelope. Mrs. Fender stated when Lot 34 was a small track, they incorporated the open space, eliminating Lot 34 and putting it in the big field. That would have been a building site at that time. Chairman Gallagher asked why they moved the building site and why to that location. Mrs. Fender stated by the time they put the road in for the second filing, it created a small site. She was thinking someone could put corrals in or something. It was because it had a road to it. It was in the trees and had a rocky outcrop. She had no way of knowing what Mr. Jones would want when he bought the property. Everybody has their own opinion. She suggested it is clustering and not taking away from the agricultural land. It is not taking away from the irrigated land. She stated she didn't even give the power lines a thought. She knew that they offended her. One guy who looked at is was going to use the area as a horse arena. There was another person here before who was going to move the ditch. She questioned who is to say who is right. Mrs. Fender stated the site she proposed in the panhandle probably would have a lot more people objecting. Gary White, Attorney representing the applicant, thanked the Commissioners for due process. He stated they have been here for all three meetings. He stated what they have achieved today is an optimal move. He stated there has been a big change in the property since 1988. He stated Lot 27 is owned by the Brights and Lot 34 by Alex Kim. He thinks that it is unfair to determine there are adverse impacts. Not liking something or not wanting to see another home is not an adverse impact. He spoke to a letter received from the Brights showing the area in which they don't want any building. This site is not in that location. He spoke to the efforts the Kirns made in talking to the planning staff to come up with this site. He thinks that this location is the best possible solution for clustering, maintaining agricultural lands and views. He spoke to the correspondence received about the building envelope. He related he has done research and this is certainly not the first time an envelope has been moved and it would probably not be the last. 34 05-07-2002 Mr. White spoke to the November 10th letter. He asked the Board approve the application as it is the right thing to do. Chairman Gallagher asked if there is anything from staff. Mr. Forinash stated there is not. Commissioner Menconi referred to Mr. Forinash's statement that the amended final plat does not adversely effect the adjacent property owners. Mr. Forinash stated they would agree with some of the comments today that there are a number of different types of impacts. He stated the impacts can certainly be subjective. He stated staff discussed this matter at length and determined the nature of any impacts does not meet the standard of the Land Use Regulations as they see them. Commissioner Menconi asked if as a planner, has he dealt with the moving of a building envelope where it would effect the adjacent property owners. Mr. Forinash stated he can not recall any. It would be inclined to happen more on a smaller lot. Commissioner Menconi asked what causes an adverse effect. Mr. Forinash spoke to wildlife corridors, view corridors, and other impacts. Commissioner Menconi suggested in the Land Use Regulations, even if a maj ority of the property owners felt they were adversely effected that would not be considered. Mr. Forinash stated they would weigh the concerns along with other factors and consider the overall effect. Commissioner Menconi asked Mr. Fox ifhe had been a planner for Eagle County. Mr. Fox stated he was. Commissioner Menconi asked it he has been retained by the DeWind's. Mr. Fox stated he has. Commissioner Menconi asked how Mr. Fox would weigh the comments and concerns voiced by the adjacent property owners. Mr. Fox suggested that neighbor input often comes last. He stated the neighbors are usually in the best position to judge. He stated it is part of the picture that has to be considered. Commissioner Stone asked Mr. Kim where he is most likely to build and ifthere is a reason why they made the building envelope so large. Mr. Kim stated this is a large agricultural piece of land. He stated where the story pole is will be a small barn. Where they have erected the second story pole will be the primary residence along with corrals and loafing sheds and possibly a small green house. He stated to have reasonable distance between everything he thinks it is sufficient. Commissioner Stone stated he believes this to be a much better location. Chairman Gallagher stated from what is drawn on the plat the residence will be in the middle with other structures on the west and north. Mr. Kim stated that is how they are looking at it now. They do plan on putting the barn where the cellar is and they would like to spend more time on the lot deciding where the house will go as they do plan on using passive solar. Chairman Gallagher asked by placing their home where they are now does that give them the vision of their property as they were wanting. Mr. Kim replied it does. Chairman Gallagher asked if the applicant would be willing to restrict the size of the building envelope to reflect what has been discussed today to accommodate what they are proposing and perhaps to belay concerns that they might build in the southwest comer. 35 05-07-2002 The Kims asked for a minute to confer. Mr. White stated this is a hard decision as this is already the only site with the building envelope. He stated the statements that Mr. Kim has made are good faith answers. He stated they have not done any research on wells. They are proposing to take an additional 25 feet from the eastern boundary and move it over. Commissioner Stone pointed to the southeast comer and related it was the area Mr. Kim had indicated he was not going to do anything in. Mr. Kim stated what they would prefer to do is shift the building envelop twenty five feet to the east. He stated he doesn't know exactly where the ring will be. He stated according to the surveyors, where the existing pasture is right now, it is just under 2/3rds. He stated he does not want to compromise further. Chairman Gallagher asked, if for the record, the applicant could tell the Board if it is their intention to build the primary residence in the middle of the envelope and not to the west or south if geology permits. Mr. Kim stated from spending time out there it is their plan to locate the primary residence in the center, more or less. He stated even if it is in the lower southeast comer, there is truly minimal impact to anyone. He would agree to move it over, but he can not guarantee exactly where his house will sit. Commissioner Stone moved the Board approve File No. AFP-00125, Mountain Meadow Ranch, incorporating Staff findings and authorize the Chairman to sign the plat with the building envelope being moved in a generally western direction approximately 25 feet and that all statements made by the applicant be part of the record. Commissioner Gallagher seconded the motion for discussion. Commissioner Menconi stated this has been a difficult decision for him to make. He has been to the site and appreciates what the Kims are trying to do. He spoke to Mrs. Fenders input about the existing building envelope. He stated he has heard a great deal from the adjacent property owners and believes the adverse impacts to them are significant. Commissioner Stone spoke to the previous meetings and his original position. He thinks the Kims have gone the extra mile to try to work with the neighbors. He stated he agrees with nearly everything that Mrs. Fender said today and her feelings about having freedom to build, within reason, where a person wants to build. He stated he has learned as a Commissioner that they have two duties, one is that of a delegate, but also in the County's form of government as representatives, they have the form as a trustee and as such, the needs and the will ofthe majority needs to protect the will and the needs of the minority. He stated as far as wildlife and corridors, a number of people have testified the wildlife goes through the panhandle. He spoke to trying to locate the building in among the trees that they will generally be tucked away. He stated in looking at one of the pictures provided, from one vantage point they are almost clustering more with the neighbors. He stated he appreciates them going through the process and of their presentation today. He thinks they did try to accommodate other peoples wishes. Chairman Gallagher stated he too has made site visits and he has looked at the photographs. He thinks the photos and the presentation well represents what they are doing. He stated hiding a house is a difficult thing to do. He stated he believes that power lines are a problem and based on that, acknowledges their efforts to compromise. He stated they have a letter from Mary Bright indicating she signed the petition because she was told the property was not exempt from the Homeowner's Association. 36 05-07-2002 Chairman Gallagher called for the question on the motion. Commissioners Stone and Gallagher voting aye and Commissioner Menconi voting no. AFP-00138, Bearden Parcel, Cordillera Sub, Filing 24 Cliff Simonton, Planner, presented file number AFP-00138, Reconfiguration of Lots 1 & 3, The Bearden Parcel, Cordillera Subdivision, Filing 24. He stated this was an Amended Final Plat, the purpose of which is to reconfigure a portion of the lot line that separates Lot 1 and Lot 2, and to move the existing building envelope on Lot 1 approximately 40 feet to the north and west. The size and configuration of the envelope will not change. Staff findings are as shown on staff report and as follows: Pursuant to Section 5-290.G.2 of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations, the Community Development Director has considered the following in the review of the Amended Final Plat: a. Adjacent Property. The proposed amendment does not adversely effect adjacent property owners. The site has been posted and six (6) adjacent property owners have been notified. Staff received one phone call from the owner of Lot 5 to the south; no other comments via letter or phone call have been received. This proposed change has been approved by the Cordillera Design Review Board; b. Final Plat Consistency. The proposed amendment is not inconsistent with the intent of the Final Plat; c. Conformance with Final Plat Requirements. The proposed amendment conforms to the Final Plat requirements and other applicable regulations, policies and guidelines; d. Improvements Agreement. An improvements agreement is not applicable; and e. Restrictive Plat Note Alteration. A restrictive plat note alteration is not applicable. Commissioner Menconi asked if moving the building envelope closer to the trees causes any problems. Bob Narracci, Planning Manager, suggested it should be feasible to create a home on this site and maintain a 70 foot defensible space. Commissioner Stone moved the Board approve File No. AFP-00138, Bearden Parcel, Cordillera Subdivision, Filing 24, and authorize the Chairman to sign the plat. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. PDF -00072, Berry Creek / Miller Ranch Joseph Forinash, Planner, presented file number PDF-00072, Berry Creek / Miller Ranch. He stated the applicant is requesting this matter be tabled to May 28, 2002. Commissioner Stone moved to table file number PDF-00072, Berry Creek / Miller Ranch to May 28, 2002, at the applicants request. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. There being no further business to be brought before this Board the meeting was adjourned until May 14, 200 37 05-07-2002