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Minutes 08/06/2002 PUBLIC HEARING AUGUST 6, 2002 Present: Michael Gallagher Tom Stone Tom Moorhead Jack Ingstad Sara J. Fisher Chairman Commissioner County Attorney County Administrator Clerk to the Board Absent: Arn Menconi Commissioner 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 ABBOTT LABORATORIES AFFORDABLE PORTABLE AGM RADIO GROUP AIRBORNE EXPRESS ALBERT L MONTANO ALEXANDER HAMILTON ALlMED INCORPORATED ALL PRO FORMS INC ALLEN CHRISTENSEN ALLlANT FOOD SERVICE ALPHA INTERACTIVE GROUP ALPINE LOCK & SAFE AMERICAN BANK NOTE CO AMERICAN FURNITURE AMERICAN PUBLIC WRKS ASSC AMERICAN TOWER CORP AMERIGAS ANDIE WILKERSON ANDREE KIM ANTHONY V ANGALlS AON AVIATION APPRAISAL FOUNDATION ARLENE STARK QUENON ARN MENCONI ARNOLD VARELA ASCOM ASPEN BASE OPERA TON ASPEN CTR FOR WOMENS HL TH ASPEN DAILY NEWS ASPEN VALLEY HOSPITAL AT & T WIRELESS SERVICES AVCARD SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE 409.96 83.40 896.15 88.00 2,000.00 95.93 25.00 37.50 80.93 649.50 12.42 3,685.71 65.00 54.44 195.08 657.00 113.00 875.00 480.03 94.30 143.00 2,682.00 18,117.00 100.00 2.07 118.37 300.00 168.00 336.45 280.00 67.20 97.00 110.37 655.80 1 08-06-02 AVON COMMERCIAL OWNERS BABBETTE ROUFF BAILY FUNERAL HOME BASALT MINI STORAGE BASALT SANITATION DIST BATTLE MOUNTAIN HS BERLITZ LANGUAGE CENTER BERNICE WHITE BERTHOD MOTORS BEST ACCESS SYSTEMS BEST WESTERN EAGLE LODGE BIG DOG LANDSCAPING BOARD REAL ESTATE APPRAIS BOB BARKER COMPANY BOB SCHULTZ BOREA BOY SCOUT TROOP #242 BRAD A KNIFONG BRADS ELECTRICAL SERVICE BROWNING FERRIS IND BRUCE CAMPBELL BRUCE STRASINGER BRYAN TREU C & H DISTRIBUTORS INC CALOIA & HOUPT PC CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND CAROLYN DJERNES CARTEGRAPH SYSTEM CASFM CASTLE PEAK VETERINARY CCC-CRDC CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING CENTRAL SERVICES/EC CENTURYTEL CHADWICK, STEINKIRCHNER CHEMATOX INC. CHESS CHRISTINE L MOTT CITY MARKET #34 CO ASSOCIATION CO BUREAU INVESTIGATION CO DEPT AGRICULTURE CO DEPT PUBLIC HEALTH & CO EMPLOYMENT LAW LETTER COLORADO GERONTOLOGICAL COLORADO MOUNTAIN MEDICAL COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS COLORADO NAHRO SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE 2,095.77 146.96 437.50 70.00 121.50 900.00 100.00 38.40 8.66 24.66 900.00 3,822.90 232.00 574.71 19.32 112.00 1,120.00 1,800.00 1,070.99 3,182.03 488.99 110.00 81.42 282.81 1,171.20 250,000.00 150.00 2,400.00 470.00 85.42 75.00 248.24 8.84 2,275.94 8,500.00 390.00 467.00 1,680.00 33.03 75.00 66.24 55.00 96.60 137.00 40.00 354.00 1,338.74 60.00 2 08-06-02 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HL TH COLUMBIA PROPANE COM-LINK COMFORT INN COMFORT INN DOWNTOWN COMMANDER COMMUNITY VIZ COOPERATIVE EXTENSION COpy PLUS CORPORATE EXPRESS CORPORATE EXPRESS IMAGING CPRA CRABTREES PHOTO WORKS DAILY JOURNAL THE DAMON BAILLIE DAN SEIBEL DAN STANEK DANIEL FITCH DAREDEVIL DARLINGS DAVE MOTT DAVID GUINNEE, DVM DEARBORN PUBLISHING DEEP ROCK WEST DELL INC DENVER NEWSPAPER AGENCY DERRINGER OHM DESIGN DIANA JOHNSON DOCTORS ON CALL DOLPHIN CAPITAL CORP DON OLSEN DONNA BARNES CORONER DOSIA LAEYENDECKER DREAMCA TCHER IMAGING EAGLE AMOCO EAGLE CARE MEDICAL CLINIC EAGLE CNTY PUBLIC TRUSTEE EAGLE COMPUTER SYSTEMS EAGLE COUNTY EAGLE COUNTY HEALTH AND EAGLE COUNTY MOTOR POOL EAGLE COUNTY PURCHASING EAGLE PHARMACY EAGLE RIVER WATER AND EAGLE SUPPLY EAGLE VALLEY HARDWARE EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING EAGLE WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE PARKING SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE 1,610.00 1.00 25.19 110.00 376.00 3,000.00 750.00 24.00 507.47 7,089.41 253.00 3,000.00 1,250.00 280.80 348.00 124.20 64.01 10.00 2,000.00 105.84 1,330.00 87.60 239.58 194.92 786.72 1,000.00 600.00 90.00 300.00 224.16 6.81 123.82 110.40 2,645.00 314.50 4,200.00 1,093.82 8,746.60 425.00 220.00 492.17 75.06 139.53 98.37 235.70 9.14 4,454.00 1,120.00 3 08-06-02 EAST WEST RESORTS ECO LAB ED PFAB/ED PFAB CONST. ELECTROMARK COMPANY EMC2 EMILIA GONZALEZ EPS DESIGN AND PRINT ESRI EVELYN PINNEY-LEVINE EVHS LINK CREW FALCON ASSOCIATES INC FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY FAMILY VISITOR PROGRAM FARMER BROTHERS FEDERAL EXPRESS FELSBURG HOLT & ULLEVIG FIRE SPRINKLER SERVICES FIRKINS GARAGE DOORS FIRST BANKS FITZSIMMONS MOTOR COMPANY FORINASH KATHLEEN FORMS & WORMS INC GALLS INCORPORATED GARY ROSS GATES MARGE PHN GATEWAY SECURE STORAGE GE CAPITAL GEDDES PRODUCTIONS GFOA GIRL SCOUT TROOP #265 GLEN WOOD SHOE SERVICE GOOD TURNS SOFTWARE GORE RANGE NATURAL GOVCONNECTION, INC GRAINGER INCORPORATED GRAND JUNCTION PIPE AND GREGG ROSSI HAL BURNS HALL KYLE HAMPTON INN DENVER WEST HART INTERCIVIC HEALTH INSURANCE FUND HELLO DIRECT INC HIGGINS BRAD HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC ASSOC HOPKINS MEDICAL PRODUCTS HORIZON ROOFING INC SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE EMPLOYEE BENEFIT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE 1,832.66 202.57 10,000.00 457.53 231.68 90.00 1,490.38 16,102.40 94.19 880.00 45.00 1,172.30 12,375.79 279.00 459.18 10,146.75 375.00 360.00 15,764.41 60.00 232.79 39.95 185.88 12.42 437.50 170.00 159.99 175.80 125.00 900.00 380.00 1,130.00 2,800.00 292.77 1,836.22 36.39 422.00 24,800.00 11.00 420.00 423.48 23,455.70 105.04 21.20 165.00 12,828.35 291.70 1,035.00 4 08-06-02 IAAO ICBO ICMA IMPACT GRAPHICS & SIGNS INDOFF INC INSURANCE RESERVE FUND INTEGRITY PLUMBING AND INTELLlNET LLC INTERMOUNTAIN LOCK INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE INTERWEST SAFETY SUPPLY J BAR D CATERING J RICH CUSTOM FRAMERS JAMIE HUMPHREY JAMIE SANDOVAL JANE FORD, RODEO SECR. JEAN NUNN JEFFERSON COUNTY JENNIFER FISCHER, RN JODIE BRANDT JODY CARUTHERS JOHN E REID & ASSOCIATES JOHN KING JOHN PLANO JOHNSON KUNKEL & ASSOC JOHNSTONE SUPPLY JOLlE B RAMO JON HARRISON JOSE VELASCO JOYCE HANSON KAPLAN COMPANIES, INC KARA BETTIS, DEPUTY KATIE HARPER KEMP AND COMPANY INC KEN NEUBECKER KESSLER MARY J KIM JOHNSON KINDER MORGAN INC KRISTIN DIEDRICH LAB SAFETY SUPPLY LAFARGE CORPORATION LDS YOUNG WOMEN/MEN LEGACY COMMUNICATIONS INC LES OHLHAUSER LESLIE KEHMEIER LEXISNEXIS LIGHTNING SERVICES LINDA MAGGIORE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT 1,293.00 54.99 900.00 37.65 16.14 6,767.53 92.39 300.00 93.20 270.00 789.00 3,970.00 141 .28 1,298.00 68.43 875.50 73.65 290.00 33.50 822.00 211.36 2,550.00 49.68 75.00 3,340.00 181.78 80.00 146.00 500.00 166.98 779.83 210.10 650.69 216.02 82.80 169.77 6.90 928.46 97.30 71.13 391.55 900.00 420.62 2,500.00 406.24 542.00 55.00 210.85 5 08-06-02 LYNN ALBERS M & M AUTO PARTS M KELLY L1EKIS RN MAIN STREET GALLERY AND MAINTENANCE WAREHOUSE MALINDA GRIFFIN MARGIE EPPERSON MARKS PLUMBING PARTS MARLENE MC CAFFERTY MARY HOLLEY MBIA MCCAULLEY REBECCA T MCCOLLUM PATRICIA MCI TELECOMMUNICATIONS MCI WORLDCOM MEDI BADGE MEDICAL CENTER OF EAGLE MEDTECH W.B., INC. MELISSA ZINTSMASTER MESSICK BOWES METEORLOGIX MICHAEL BAKER MICHAEL CIRKOVIC MICHAEL DOYLE MICHAEL ROEPER MICRO WAREHOUSE MICRO WAVE MAINT FUND MICROFLEX MEDICAL CORP MID VALLEY METROPOLITAN MONTAG KEITH P MOORE MEDICAL CORP MOTHERS AGAINST MOTOR POOL FUND MOUNTAIN COMMUNICATIONS MOUNTAIN MOBILE VETERINAR MOUNTAIN STATES EMPLOYERS MOUNTAIN TEMP SERVICES MOUNTAIN VALET INC MR ROOTER MSC INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY MSE ENVIRONMENTAL NATE NELSON NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NATIONAL BUSINESS NATIONAL BUSINESS WOMENS NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL NETTIE REYNOLDS N ICOLE KELSAY SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT 75.00 8.57 566.98 49.04 132.56 36.24 126.00 644.83 105.64 4.14 4,553.44 34.50 31.87 2,668.72 3,271.18 96.20 792.00 255.50 38.64 22,039.53 291.00 168.30 82.14 11.04 80.58 14,807.50 54,600.00 69.00 3,190.09 43.78 276.82 59.11 44,721.92 282.00 40.00 500.00 1,878.20 5,000.00 2,721.88 256.25 98.40 111.50 100.00 136.00 390.00 797.59 90.00 317.64 6 08-06-02 NINA ETTAWIL SUPPLIES 334.29 NOBEL SYSCO FOOD SERVICES SUPPLIES 4,993.57 NORDIC REFRIGERATION SERVICE 88.00 NORMAN L NUNN REIMBURSEMENT 61.65 NWCCOG SERVICE 10.00 OLSON PROPERTY SERVICE 2,400.00 ONE OF A KIND DESIGN SERVICE 145.00 OSM DELIVERY LLC SERVICE 380.00 PAINT BUCKET THE SUPPLIES 461.72 PAPER DIRECT SERVICE 36.98 PAPER WISE SUPPLIES 1,368.50 PARAMOUNT DISTRIBUTORS SERVICE 370.89 PAT HAMMON REIMBURSEMENT 82.80 PATHOLOGY GROUP SERVICE 2,224.00 PEGGY GRAYBEAL SERVICE 180.00 PETER FRALICK REIMBURSEMENT 112.75 PETER HART SERVICE 961.25 PETTY CASH SERVICE 138.50 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING SERVICE 1,842.63 PHNAC % JO LYNN IDLER SERVICE 75.00 PITNEY BOWES INCORPORATED SERVICE 298.29 POSTMASTER SERVICE 186.64 POSTMASTER EAGLE BRANCH SERVICE 5,147.91 PRCA SERVICE 26,800.00 PRECINCT POLICE PRODUCTS SERVICE 39.40 PRIMEDIA WORKPLACE SERVICE 388.00 PRO RODEO SPORTS NEWS SERVICE 480.00 PROTECTORS L TO SERVICE 150.00 PSS, INC SEE 1,012.88 PURCHASE POWER SERVICE 10,100.00 QUALITY INN AT THE MART SERVICE 138.00 QUEST DIAGNOSTICS SERVICE 48.78 QWEST SERVICE 7,665.51 QWEST INTERPRISE NETWRKNG SERVICE 1,297.58 RAYMONDS OFFICE MACHINES SERVICE 250.00 RED LION DENVER CENTRAL SERVICE 69.00 RED LEAF PRESS SERVICE 158.65 RENZELMAN JANET REIMBURSEMENT 79.13 RICH CUNNINGHAM REIMBURSEMENT 204.71 RICHARD KESLER SERVICE 3,429.98 ROARING FORK KENNEL CLUB REIMBURSEMENT 325.00 RODNEY GASTON SERVICE 4,000.00 ROSIE MORENO REIMBURSEMENT 118.17 RRC ASSOCIATES SERVICE 700.00 RSC SERVICE 146.88 RUPERTO LARIS LOPEZ SERVICE 500.00 SAFE HIT SERVICE 17.24 SANDRA DONNEL Y REIMBURSEMENT 41.40 7 08-06-02 SANDRA L SKILES SARA J FISHER SARAH SCHIPPER SCHINDLER ELEVATOR CORP SCOTT MESSINA SCULL YS ART OFFICE AND SECRETARYITREASURER CARSE SERVICEMASTER OF VAIL SHAINHOL TZ TODD HODS SHANNON ROHR SHAW SIGNS SHEAFFER KAREN SHERATON STEAMBOAT RESORT SIGN ON DESIGN SIGNATURE SIGNS SINTON DAIRY COMPANY SKILLPATH SEMINAR SNOWBOARD OUTREACH SCTY SNOWBRIDGE ROTO ROOTER SNOWHITE LINEN SOCIAL SERVICES FUND SPSS ST VINCENTS CATHOLIC STARBUCK SURVEYORS & ENGI STEAM MASTER STEPHENS NURSERY STERICYCLE INC STEVEN ROSE STOVE PARTS SUPPLY CO INC STRAWBERRY PATCH SUE MOTT SULLIVAN GREEN LLC SUMMIT LUMBER SUPPLY CACHE SUSPENSE FUND THE DENVER POST THE YOUTH FOUNDATION TOWN OF AVON TOWN OF BASALT TRANE COMPANY TRANSCOR AMERICA INC TRI COUNTY FIRE TRUGREEN CHEMLAWN UNIFORM KINGDOM UNITED PARCEL SERVICE UNITED STATES POSTAL SERV VAIL NET VAIL VALLEY EMERGENCY REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE 189.75 93.15 302.53 1,954.08 3,000.00 96.55 30.00 31,806.67 359.00 2,400.00 152.00 978.84 535.00 104.00 276.25 605.96 1,343.00 2,000.00 1,866.60 166.44 3,820.77 2,335.00 740.00 300.00 45.00 145.10 54.50 43.13 75.00 234.25 90.00 4,517.00 1,640.14 41.70 69,336.38 137.55 2,000.00 336.00 61.04 4,406.41 6,186.10 162.00 415.00 505.40 553.94 1,000.00 39.95 1,080.00 8 08-06-02 VAIL VALLEY MEDICAL CENTR SERVICE 901.15 VAILNET INC SERVICE 1,056.95 VALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES 224.68 VAN DIEST SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES 2,626.06 VERIZON WIRELESS, SERVICE 62.31 VI BROWN REIMBURSEMENT 90.00 VIOLA ULLERICK SERVICE 105.00 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICE 860.00 WAHRER JENNIE RN REIMBURSEMENT 361.42 WALKER WILLIAMS BAND SERVICE 2,600.00 WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICE 95.00 WAYNE CARLEY SERVICE 1,119.32 WELLS FARGO PAYROLL EXPD 284,137.75 WELLS FARGO BANK SERVICE 2,500.00 WENDY BOGNER REIMBURSEMENT 278.09 WEST GROUP SERVICE 238.25 WESTERN EAGLE COUNTY SERVICE 900.00 WESTERN PAGING SERVICE 8.00 WESTERN SLOPE SERVICE 239.00 WESTWORLD SUPPLIES 1,400.00 WIND RIVER TREES SERVICE 860.00 WOODWORKERS SUPPL Y INC. SUPPLIES 57.97 WRIGHT WATER ENGINEERS SERVICE 128.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES 397.34 XCELENERGY SERVICE 47.48 XEROX CORPORATION SERVICE 4,038.53 XEROX XES SYSTEM SERVICE 180.00 YAMPA VALLEY ELECTRIC SERVICE 84.07 YOUR PERSONAL CHEF SERVICE 700.00 Z DELlINC SERVICE 150.00 ZANCANELLA & ASSOCIATES SERVICE 120.20 PAYROLL FOR JULY PAYROLL 14 & 15 629,097.53 1,882,360.92 ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND AFFORDABLE PORTABLE SERVICE 132.93 ASPEN TIMES THE SERVICE 72.00 BROWNING FERRIS IND SERVICE 105.74 BURNER DEVELOPMENT LLC SERVICE 250.00 CENTRAL SERVICES/EC SERVICE 33.69 CO DEPT OF REVENUE SERVICE 150.00 COLORADO ALPINES SERVICE 625.00 COLORADO MOTOR PARTS SERVICE 14.13 DEEP ROCK WEST SERVICE 29.75 DODSON ENGINEERED SERVICE 2,375.00 EAGLE COUNTY PURCHASING SUPPLIES 6.95 9 08-06-02 ENVIROTECH SERVICE 47,516.12 GENERAL FUND SERVICE 903.21 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 608.70 HELLERSTEIN & SHORE PC SERVICE 300.00 HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS SUPPLIES 899.00 INTERWEST SAFETY SUPPLY SUPPLIES 430.54 JAMES E GILBERT SERVICE 250.00 KINDER MORGAN INC SERVICE 18.77 LAFARGE CORPORATION SERVICE 114.76 LAFARGE ROAD MARKING INC SERVICE 2,764.68 LEGACY COMMUNICATIONS INC SERVICE 200.00 L1FESCAPE ASSOCIATES INC SERVICE 250.00 LONCO INC SERVICE 4,230.00 MOTOR POOL FUND SERVICE 4,670.28 NAPA AUTO PARTS-CARBON OLE SUPPLIES 24.20 PAT SHEEHY SERVICE 75.00 PROPERTY IMAGING, LLC SERVICE 560.00 ROARING FORK VALLEY COOP SERVICE 115.78 SAFETY & CONSTRUCTION SERVICE 342.49 SERVICEMASTER OF VAIL SERVICE 885.59 SOPRIS CREEK CONSTRUCTION SERVICE 75.00 SUMMIT LUMBER SUPPLIES 103.92 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE 4,284.72 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICE 232.89 VALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES 67.96 VICKERMAN CONSTRUCTION SERVICE 250.00 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICE 7,050.40 WELLS FARGO PAYROLL EXPO 24,273.69 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES 3,260.74 XEROX CORPORATION SERVICE 147.00 PAYROLL FOR JULY PAYROLL 14 & 15 57,107.13 165,807.76 SOCIAL SERVICES FUND ARLlSS SIMS REIMBURSEMENT 10.53 CAROL PRATER REIMBURSEMENT 10.84 CATHERINE CRAIG REIMBURSEMENT 77.28 CATHERINE ZAKOIAN, MA SERVICE 1,350.00 CENTRAL SERVICES/EC SERVICE 447.62 CHERYL BUKER SERVICE 1,410.00 CO COUNTY DIRECTORS SERVICE 100.00 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HL TH SERVICE 200.00 EAGLE COUNTY PURCHASING SUPPLIES 61.41 EAGLE COUNTY RESOURCE CTR SERVICE 4,566.00 EAGLE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFF REIMBURSEMENT 51.74 EAGLE ENRICHMENT PROGRAM SERVICE 1,762.00 10 08-06-02 EAGLE PHARMACY EAGLE VALLEY CHILD CARE EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING EC SOCIAL SERVICES FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY FORINASH KATHLEEN GENERAL FUND HEALTH INSURANCE FUND HELLO DIRECT INC HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC ASSOC HOLY CROSS ENERGY INTEGRITY PLUMBING AND ISABEL SANCHEZ JAN ICE K OKELLEY JENNIFER WORCESTER JOEL KARR KATHY REED LAKE COUNTY SHERIFF LOAF N JUG LYONS KATHLEEN MARIAN MCDONOUGH MARY JAN E GONZALES MCCOLLUM PATRICIA MICHAEL CLAUSSNER MOTOR POOL FUND NA T'L ELIGIBILITY WORKERS PEABODY LITTLE ROCK PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING RENEE FIELDS RENEE RICHARDS RESEARCH SPECIALISTS RITA WOODS SAMARITAN CNTR OF ROCKIES SANDRA LOPEZ SCULL YS ART OFFICE AND SLEEPY CAT GUEST RANCH SOCIAL SERVICES FUND SUMMIT COUNTY SHERIFFS OF SUSPENSE FUND SYLVIA SALAZAR TV FALMO ENTERPRIZES VERIZON WIRELESS, VIRGINIA AVILA WELLS FARGO XEROX CORPORATION SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE EMPLOYEE BENEFIT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT PAYROLL EXPD SERVICE 51.90 1,256.25 756.00 20.00 1,037.32 572.91 2,917.80 373.21 85.95 239.95 146.93 75.59 8.61 31.20 119.02 900.00 146.63 30.00 15.00 232.86 42.80 125.95 26.06 240.00 625.00 255.00 530.00 222.53 473.35 49.54 20.00 38.00 660.00 959.00 1.93 65.00 35.00 7.50 5,846.23 55.20 125.00 361.22 99.36 15,726.37 263.03 PAYROLL FOR JULY PAYROLL 14 & 15 34135.24 80,052.86 11 08-06-02 WRAP FUND ALL KIDS DENTIST SERVICE 653.00 ANDERSON CAMP L TD SERVICE 7,050.00 CAMP CHIP-A-TOOTH SERVICE 164.00 CITY MARKET #33 SERVICE 300.00 LINDA SLAYBAUGH SERVICE 400.00 MEADOW MT SUMMER FUN CAMP SERVICE 980.00 MELANIE FILER SERVICE 900.00 PANDABEAR PRESCHOOL SERVICE 2,808.00 PATRICIA SENA SUPPLIES 146.00 TERRI ALLENDER SUPPLIES 390.00 TOM GRADOLPH SUPPLIES 77.00 WALMART GLENWOOD SUPPLIES 500.00 14,368.00 RETIREMENT FUND SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE 57,480.86 57,480.86 INSURANCE RESERVE FUND AMERICAN GLASS SERVICE 1,183.43 COUNTY TECHNICAL SERVICES SERVICE 11,078.23 TOWN OF EAGLE SERVICE 2,215.00 WESTERN SLOPE TRAILERS SERVICE 1,157.00 15,633.66 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND AMERICAN CIVIL CONSTRUCTR SERVICE 18,747.90 ASI SIGN SYSTEMS INC SERVICE 1,610.72 BAI/BRAUN ASSOCIATES INC SERVICE 2,615.00 BEAUDIN GANZE CONSULTING SERVICE 221 .20 BRADS ELECTRICAL SERVICE SERVICE 2,368.25 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FUND SERVICE 7,990.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE 38.00 DELL INC SERVICE 5,324.12 GENERAL FUND SERVICE 5,324.67 HYDROSYSTEMS INC SERVICE 1,600.00 LORIS & ASSOCIATES INC SERVICE 49,481.71 MARCIN ENGINEERING INC SERVICE 30,375.00 MICROW AREHOUSE SERVICE 13,605.00 PEAK LAND CONSULTANTS INC SERVICE 25,507.50 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING SERVICE 128.66 QWEST SERVICE 3,609.18 ROCKY MOUNTAIN REPROGRAPH SERVICE 79.36 12 08-06-02 RUDD CONSTRUCTION SERVICE 68,480.61 SOCIAL SERVICES FUND SERVICE 79.17 WESTERN SLOPE SERVICE 1,956.00 WILLIAM BRUMMETT SERVICE 6,999.50 246,141.55 SALES TAX E.V. TRANSP. ABART A MEDIA SERVICE 300.00 ACTIVE COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE 100.55 ASCOM SERVICE 198.50 AT & T WIRELESS SERVICES SERVICE 218.91 B & H SPORTS SERVICE 210.03 BRODY CHEMICAL SUPPLIES 197.70 BROWNING FERRIS IND SERVICE 370.14 CARTER & AL TERMAN SERVICE 5,264.00 CASTLE PEAK AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 485.01 CENTRAL SERVICES/EC SERVICE 40.35 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE 520.02 COpy PLUS SERVICE 5.00 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES 344.31 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN SUPPLIES 4,607.93 CURTIS INDUSTRIES INC SUPPLIES 76.00 DAVEY COACH SALES INC SUPPLIES 746.22 DESIGN GLASS INCORPORATED SERVICE 143.00 DOCTORS ON CALL SERVICE 110.00 DODD DIESEL INCORPORATED SERVICE 719.90 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES SUPPLIES 16,363.92 EAGLE AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES 50.10 EAGLE COUNTY MOTOR POOL SUPPLIES 14,351.07 EAGLE COUNTY REGIONAL SERVICE 438.11 EAGLE RIVER AUTO BODY SERVICE 400.00 EAGLE VALLEY HARDWARE SUPPLIES 48.77 EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING SERVICE 242.00 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY REIMBURSEMENT 230.76 FEDERAL EXPRESS SERVICE 16.50 FIREBUSTER SOLUTIONS SERVICE 790.00 G & K SERVICES SERVICE 317.64 GAY JOHNSONS INC SUPPLIES 4,106.10 GENERAL ELECTRIC SERVICE 269.16 GENERAL FUND SERVICE 16,548.19 GILLIG CORPORATION SUPPLIES 1,836.32 GRAINGER INCORPORATED SERVICE 501.88 HEAL TH INSURANCE FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 1 ,437.88 HILL & COMPANY SERVICE 75.00 IMPACT GRAPHICS & SIGNS SERVICE 541 .80 IMS COLORADO SERVICE 80.00 JANET FIELD REIMBURSEMENT 123.88 13 08-06-02 JAY MAX SALES SUPPLIES 26.00 KINDER MORGAN INC SERVICE 65.74 KINETICO WATER PROS SERVICE 35.00 LAWSON PRODUCTS SUPPLIES 1,111.38 LEADING EDGE TECHNOLOGIES SERVICE 591.00 LUMINATOR SUPPLIES 140.00 M & M AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES 27.04 MAC VAN MAP COMPANY SERVICE 795.00 MATERIALS HANDLING SERVICE 12,225.00 MOTOR POOL FUND SERVICE 3,490.60 MOUNTAIN STATES EMPLOYERS SERVICE 475.00 NEOPART SUPPLIES 771.50 NEW PIG CORPORATION SERVICE 425.50 PHIL HUFF REIMBURSEMENT 75.93 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES 15.38 QWEST SERVICE 152.32 SAFETY KLEEN SERVICE 132.82 SALES TAX EV TRAILS FUND SERVICE 250,000.00 SAN DIEGO COUNTY OF THE REIMBURSEMENT 55.37 SERVICEMASTER OF VAIL SERVICE 3,101.15 SNOWBOARD OUTREACH SCTY SERVICE 500.00 SPECIAL TY INCENTIVES INC SERVICE 427.71 SUMMIT LUMBER SUPPLIES 109.58 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE 6,839.97 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICE 815.52 UNITED STATES WELDING SUPPLIES 292.58 VAIL TRAIL THE SERVICE 115.00 VAIL VALLEY CHAMBER AND SERVICE 75.00 V ALLEY SIGNS SERVICE 114.00 VERIZON WIRELESS, SERVICE 112.30 WELLS FARGO PAYROLL EXPO 46,592.07 WHITEALLS ALPINE SERVICE 26.25 XCELENERGY SERVICE 43.31 XEROX CORPORATION SERVICE 254.87 ZEP MANUFACTURING COMPANY SERVICE 81.55 PAYROLL FOR JUL Y PAYROLL 14 & 15 112,071.31 515,609.40 SALES TAX E.V. TRAILS COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE 1,568.00 EAGLE COUNTY REGIONAL SERVICE 1 ,040.82 FEDERAL EXPRESS SERVICE 7.50 GENERAL FUND SERVICE 596.85 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND SERVICE 5.36 IMPACT GRAPHICS & SIGNS SERVICE 127.50 KROGER SERVICE 43.03 14 08-06-02 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE 132.10 VAIL TRAIL THE SERVICE 407.00 WELLS FARGO PAYROLL EXPD 836.28 4,764.44 SALES TAX R.F.V. TRANSP. ROARING FORK SERVICE 114,344.76 114,344.76 SALES TAX R.F.V. TRAILS ROARING FORK SERVICE 39,721.87 39,721.87 AIRPORT FUND AON A VIA TION SERVICE 37,611.00 ARNIE BUTLER & CO SERVICE 1,750.00 ASMI SERVICE 8,055.00 AT & T WIRELESS SERVICES SERVICE 115.58 BOWMONK SERVICE 357.00 BRIAN SCHOFIELD REIMBURSEMENT 459.50 BROWNING FERRIS IND SERVICE 353.49 CALOIA & HOUPT PC SERVICE 2,139.50 CENTRAL SERVICES/EC SERVICE 108.96 CENTURYTEL SERVICE 4,601.44 CO DEPT PUBLIC HEALTH AND SERVICE 248.20 COLUMBINE MARKET SUPPLIES 230.10 DAVID'S METAL ERECTORS SERVICE 5,625.00 DEEP ROCK WEST SERVICE 65.00 DEPARTMENT OF AIRPORTS SERVICE 2,300.00 DRAGONS BOOT & SHOE SERVICE 75.00 EAGLE AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES 249.93 EAGLE COUNTY PURCHASING SUPPLIES 281.02 EAGLE VALLEY HARDWARE SUPPLIES 32.92 FUTURA CARWASH SYSTEMS SERVICE 127.00 GENERAL FUND SERVICE 9,626.27 GRAINGER INCORPORATED SERVICE 315.74 GRANITE CONSTRUCTION SERVICE 227,706.45 GYPSUM TOWN OF SERVICE 344.25 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 408.96 HILL & COMPANY SERVICE 19,880.00 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC ASSOC SERVICE 1,590.83 HONEY BUN BAKERY SERVICE 15.33 J & M HANGERS INC SERVICE 70,004.50 JAY MAX SALES SUPPLIES 108.94 JJ KELLER AND ASSOCIATES SERVICE 423.77 15 08-06-02 KINDER MORGAN INC SERVICE 86.65 LAND TITLE SERVICE 25,000.00 LAWSON PRODUCTS SERVICE 153.33 LEGACY COMMUNICATIONS INC SERVICE 167.00 M & M AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES 164.11 MACDONALD EQUIPMENT CO SERVICE 10,037.36 MARKOS PIZZERIA SERVICE 92.44 MCI TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICE 163.85 MOTOR POOL FUND SERVICE 706.32 NOBLE WELDING SERVICE 310.25 OSHKOSH TRUCK CORPORATION SUPPLIES 778.22 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING SERVICE 10.00 REVERE SERVICE 330.95 RICHARD C. WEINBERG AND SERVICE 100,000.00 RICHARD L GUSTAFSON SERVICE 2,001.15 SCULL YS ART OFFICE AND SERVICE 440.30 SERVICEMASTER CLEAN SERVICE 1,161.49 SUMMIT LUMBER SUPPLIES 605.23 SUMMITEX, LLC SERVICE 51.96 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE 2,592.17 THAD VROMAN REIMBURSEMENT 1,010.00 VAIL VALLEY JET CENTER SERVICE 42.42 VERIZON WIRELESS, SERVICE 138.71 WELLS FARGO PAYROLL EXPD 12,970.24 WESTERN IMPLEMENTS SUPPLIES 1,182.31 WESTON SOLUTIONS, INC. SERVICE 5,340.45 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES 28.40 XEROX CORPORATION SERVICE 598.90 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES 126.67 ZEP MANUFACTURING COMPANY SERVICE 132.91 PAYROLL FOR JULY PAYROLL 14 & 15 33,686.10 595,320.57 CONSERVATION TRUST FUND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND SERVICE 50,000.00 50,000.00 MICROWAVE MAINTENANCE FUND HOL Y CROSS ELECTRIC ASSOC SERVICE 2,958.4 7 LEGACY COMMUNICATIONS INC SERVICE 194.50 3,152.97 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FUND EAGLE COUNTY CONFISCATED SERVICE 9,000.00 16 08-06-02 LASER JUNCTION SERVICE 5,249.25 14,249.25 HOUSING FUND CO HOUSING ASSISTANCE SERVICE 170,000.00 GARFIELD COUNTY HOUSING SERVICE 1,261.00 171,261.00 LANDFILL FUND 21 ST CENTURY SEEDERS INC SERVICE 12,900.00 CENTRAL SERVICES/EC SERVICE 46.35 CLEAN HARBORS SERVICE 19,100.88 CO DEPT PUBLIC HEALTH & SERVICE 14,909.57 CO DEPT PUBLIC HEALTH AND SERVICE 270.00 DEEP ROCK WEST SERVICE 143.77 DOWN VALLEY SEPTIC SERVICE 330.00 EAGLE VALLEY HARDWARE SUPPLIES 53.24 GALLEGOS REIMBURSEMENT 1,923.85 GENERAL FUND SERVICE 513.19 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 338.36 KRW CONSULTING INC SERVICE 19,942.78 MOTOR POOL FUND SERVICE 981.79 OXFORD RECYCLING INC SERVICE 10,370.96 ROAD AND BRIDGE DEPARTMEN SERVICE 60,975.47 SCULL YS ART OFFICE AND SUPPLIES 81.41 SERVICEMASTER OF VAIL SERVICE 1,651.18 SUMMIT LUMBER SUPPLIES 59.74 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE 1,508.00 UTAH TIRE RECYCLERS SERVICE 140,378.70 VAIL DAILY THE SERVICE 156.00 WELLS FARGO PAYROLL EXPD 6,253.22 XEROX CORPORATION SERVICE 111.00 PAYROLL FOR JULY PAYROLL 14 & 15 15,760.28 308,759.74 MOTOR POOL FUND AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INC SERVICE 33.26 AL-JON INC SERVICE 768.47 AMERICAN PUBLIC WRKS ASSC SERVICE 113.00 BERTHOD MOTORS SERVICE 16.73 BROWNING FERRIS IND SERVICE 273.28 CCG SYSTEMS SERVICE 1,080.00 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES 217.78 CENTURY EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICE 1,035.54 17 08-06-02 COLLETTS COLORADO MOTOR PARTS COpy PLUS DELL INC EAGLE AMOCO EAGLE AUTO PARTS EAGLE VALLEY HARDWARE EATON SALES & SERVICE FIREBUSTER SOLUTIONS G & K SERVICES GENERAL FUND GLENWOOD SPRINGS FORD GOODYEAR WHOLESALE TIRE HANSON EQUIPMENT HEALTH INSURANCE FUND HOUSING FUND INDEPENDENT TOOL SUPPLY J&S CONTRACTORS SUPPLY CO JOHN PLANO JON HARRISON KINDER MORGAN INC KOIS BROTHERS LAWSON PRODUCTS LEATRICE VASTEN LYONS KATHLEEN M & M AUTO PARTS MARY JAN E LA YN E MATERIALS HANDLING MOTOR POOL FUND NEW PIG CORPORATION OFFICE FURNITURE & DESIGN PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY POWER MOTIVE RELIABLE REY MOTORS INCORPORATED SAFETY KLEEN (WHICITA) SAN DIEGO COUNTY OF THE SCULL YS ART OFFICE AND SERVICEMASTER OF VAIL SNAP ON TOOLS SUMMIT LUMBER SUSPENSE FUND TOWN OF GYPSUM TWO RIVERS CHEVROLET UNITED STATES WELDING WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY WELLS FARGO SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE EMPLOYEE BENEFIT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE PAYROLL EXPO 33,276.81 985.20 130.00 1,378.00 15.00 124.20 15.46 5,096.62 123.90 239.58 1,876.47 59.18 1,380.28 1,892.32 226.62 150,000.00 75.00 22.83 20.00 6.00 48.56 46.59 456.98 27.50 7.51 487.94 7.00 12,225.00 1,361.56 160.98 109.83 320.00 126.77 169.62 91.24 25.75 132.82 55.39 71.98 2,289.60 13.25 309.59 1,624.50 602.12 161.68 266.30 263,384.42 8,006.17 18 08-06-02 WESTERN SLOPE CHRYSLER SERVICE 49,705.00 WESTON WESTMINSTER SERVICE 270.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES 451.88 X-ERGON SERVICE 741 .98 PAYROLL FOR JUL Y PAYROLL 14 & 15 20,676.09 564,917 .13 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND EAGLE COUNTY REGIONAL EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 639.32 GENERAL FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 6,583.30 PROVIDENT LIFE/ACCIDENT EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 3,537.42 ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 129.09 SOCIAL SERVICES FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 198.81 UNITED STATES LIFE INS EMPLOYEE BENEFIT 4,263.60 15,351.54 ENHANCED E911 FUND CENTURYTEL SERVICE 181.38 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES SERVICE 49.75 QWEST SERVICE 2,283.96 2,515.09 REPORT TOTAL 4,861,813.37 This being a scheduled Public Hearing, the following items were presented to the Board of County Commissioners for their consideration: 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 purposes of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions and developing strategy for negotiations relating to management of Mountain Glen Village, which are appropriate topics pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(b). Chairman Gallagher seconded the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners the vote was declared unammous. Commissioner Stone moved to adjourn from the Executive Session and reconvene into the regular meeting. Chairman Gallagher seconded the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners the vote was declared unammous. Consent Agenda Chairman Gallagher stated the first matter before the Board was the Consent Agenda as follows: A) Approval of bill paying for the week of August 5, 2002, subject to review by County Administrator 19 08-06-02 B) Approval of payroll for August 8, 2002, subject to review by County Administrator C) Approval of the minutes of the Board of County Commissioners meeting of July 9, 2002 D) Resolution 2002-101, release of Assignment of Certificate of Deposit No. 17227 issued by Wells Fargo Bank, assigning $2,000.00 to Eagle County as collateral for Road Cut Permit No. 2844 for Dry Lake Dirt, Inc. E) Resolution 2002-E-4, Petitions to the Board of Equalization F) Resolution 2002-102, Writeofffor taxes uncollectible by the Treasurer G) Berry Creek Recreation Fields Contract with B & B Excavating H) Agreement for Construction for Eagle County Justice Center remodel I) Resolution 2002-103, Authorizing the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners of the County of Eagle, to file a Mortgage Credit Certificate Election in an amount not to exceed $5,000,000.00 with the Internal Revenue Service; authorizing the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners of Eagle County to certify to the Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Local Affairs that Eagle County has implemented a qualified Mortgage Credit Certificate Program, authorizing the Board together with the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority to implement a qualified Mortgage Credit Certificate Program and develop program guidelines relating thereto; authorizing the execution and delivery of certain related documents and certificates ratifying certain action heretofore taken, and repealing action heretofore taken in conflict therewith. 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 to the agenda. Commissioner Stone moved to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. Chairman Gallagher seconded the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners the vote was declared unammous. Plat & Resolution Signing Cliff Simonton, Planner, presented the following plats and resolutions for the Board's consideration: 5MB-00302. Cordillera Filin~ 24. The Bearden Parcel. a Resubdivision of Lot 9. He stated this was a Type B Minor Subdivision, the intent of which is to subdivide Lot 9, a 2.006 acre lot, creating a new 0.121 acre Tract H, which includes a detention pond, for conveyance to the Squaw Creek Metropolitan District for open space. Staff findings are as follows: Pursuant to Section 5-290 (G) (1) of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations: 5-290 (G) (1) Standards for Type A and Type B Subdivision (G) Standards. The Board of County Commissioners and the Community Development Director shall consider the following in the review of a Type A Subdivision, a Type B Subdivision, and an Amended Final Plat. Standards for Type A and Type B Subdivision. a) Access, potable water, and sewage disposal on the land to be subdivided are adequate; b. The plat does conform to Final Plat requirements and other applicable regulations, policies, standards, and guidelines; and c. No Improvement Agreement is applicable. Commissioner Stone moved to approve final plat file number 5MB-00302, Cordillera, Filing 24, The Bearden Parcel, a re-subdivision of Lot 9, incorporating staff findings. Chairman Gallagher seconded the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners the vote was declared unammous. Resolution 2002-104. To Approve An Amendment to the Blue Lake Planned Unit Development (Ea~le County File No. PDA-00035). The Board considered the Applicant's request on March 19th, 2002. 20 08-06-02 Commissioner Stone moved to approve Resolution 2002-104, approval of an amendment to the Blue Lake PUD, file number PDA-00035. Chairman Gallagher seconded the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners the vote was declared unammous. VIS-0014, Castle Ridge Subdivision Justin Hildreth, Planner, presented file number VIS-0014, Castle Ridge Subdivision. He stated per Section 5-260.G: Variance from Improvement Standards, The Board of County Commissioners is the authority that decides variances from the improvement standards. Prior review by the Planning Commission is not stipulated in the Land Use Regulations. Staff recommendation is for denial. Mr. Hildreth stated this is a petition for a Variance from Improvement Standards, and for those requirements of Section 4-620 of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations ("LUR") as noted in the attached Exhibit "A" which was submitted by the petitioner. These variances will be for the access road to the proposed Castle Ridge Subdivision. The Castle Ridge Subdivision proposes to use the existing Castle Lane and Knight Road for the access. These roads do not meet the road standards outlined in Article 4, Site Improvement Standards of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations. The applicant is proposing to improve the two roads but not up to Eagle County standards. The chronology of the application is as shown on staff report and as follows: 1964 - Seven Castle Estates subdivided and Castle Land and Knight Road created. 2001 - Sketch Plan approval for the Castle Ridge Subdivision with conditions. Referral responses are as follows and as shown on staff report: Ea~le County Plannin~ Department This application is a precursor to a Preliminary Plan approval for the Castle Ridge Subdivision proposed to be accessed through Seven Castles Estates. The Planning Division recommends denial unless the applicant demonstrate that access will be adequate for emergency and service vehicles. Currently, Knight Road and Castle Lane are maintained and plowed by individual property owners. There is not a homeowners association or metro district that is responsible for the maintenance of the roads. The large service vehicles, such as trash trucks, cannot negotiate the current alignment. Emergency vehicles cannot access the full length of the existing Castle Lane. Eagle County Road and Bridge Department The proposed lane widths are too narrow. Most full-size vehicles exceed this width measured mirror to mirror. The typical road section for the passing lane shows a section 22 feet wide, 16 feet for the road and 8 feet for the passing lane. An 8 foot passing lane is too narrow. The variations for the maximum grade requested seem extreme. Maintenance is difficult for roads with grades up to 12.9%. The maintenance of the roads is not addressed and these roads are not currently maintained by Eagle County. Basalt and Rural Fire District The houses will require water storage tanks and sprinklers because of the difficulty for emergency vehicle access. Vehic1es should be able to pass the emergency vehicles in the passing lanes. If the road had adequate width, the variance for grade and surface type would be acceptable. The short length of the road makes the grade tolerable. Adjacent Property Owners As part of the Sketch Plan condition, the applicant was requested to consult with the property owners along Castle Lane and Knight Road to address these issues. 21 08-06-02 This variance application conflicts with concerns outlined in several letters signed by many residents along Castle Lane and Knight Road. The residents have expressed concern regarding limited right-of-way, narrow lane widths, road surface type and the limited emergency access of Castle Lane and Knight Road. The existing roads, even with the improvements, are substandard and they are concerned about the consequences of additional traffic on these roads. The applicant received Sketch Plan approval for the Castle Ridge Subdivision on February 24, 2000. The proposed Castle Ridge Subdivision is a 4-unit subdivision on 18.22 acres to be off Knight Road and Castle Lane. These two roads were created in 1964 as part of the Seven Castle Estates Subdivision. From the Seven Castle Estates Plat, it does appear that it was intended that Castle Lane provide the access to the lot proposed to be the Castle Ridge Subdivision. Knight Road and Castle Lane are public roads not maintained by Eagle County because they do not meet Eagle County Road standards. Currently, no organization is responsible for the maintenance of these two roads. As a result maintenance on these roads is sporadically done by single homeowners when it deteriorates to unacceptable levels. The maintenance of these roads is not addressed as part of this variance application. As part of the Sketch Plan approval for the Castle Ridge Subdivision, the following condition was attached: "Road and right-of-way issues affect properties down-road of this approved development. In addressing these issues, the applicant shall consult with those property owners. At the time of application for Preliminary Plan approval, the applicant shall report the results of the consultations and present solutions to the road and right-of-way problems, subject to approval by the Eagle County Engineer. The road and right-of-way problems include the following: a. The existing width of the right-of-way through Seven Castles Estates Subdivision of 40 feet vs. the Eagle County standard of 50 feet. b. The surface of the existing road through Seven Castles Estates Subdivision of gravel vs. the Eagle County standard of pavement. c. The roadway width of the existing road through Seven Castles Estates Subdivision is approximately 14 feet vs. the Eagle County standard of 24 feet. d. The grade of the existing road through Seven Castles Estates Subdivision is 13 percent vs. the Eagle County standard of 8 percent with a maximum of 10 percent. e. The switch back radius on part of the existing road through Seven Castles Estates Subdivision is 30 feet vs. the Eagle County standard of 80 feet." Following the Sketch Plan phase, the applicant decided that a variance from the improvement standards would be required for the access road even with the proposed improvements. The applicant wishes to vary from these standards because the effects would not be compatible with the existing environment in the subdivision. Effects that would not be compatible with the existing environment include large cut and fills, changing the nature of the rural road to a more suburban road and taking of right-of-way from adjacent property owners. In Exhibit "A," the applicant has identified the specific variances from the improvement standards and the subsequent explanation of the hardships associated with the strict compliance to the standards. The applicant has identified right-of-way width, lane width, lane surface type, maximum road grade, and intersection slope as items that a variance is required. The specific locations of the requested variances are also identified in Exhibit "A." Determination of Road Classification: The first step is to decide the appropriate road standard is to classify the roads. Knight Road is classified as a Rural Residential Road. Castle Lane is classified as a Rural Minor Collector Type VI. These roads were not previously classified by Eagle County since they are not county roads. The classifications for these two roads were determined by the applicant's engineering consultant. Application Must Be Specific: In previous applications for variances from the road standards, the 22 08-06-02 Eagle County Attorney's Office has requested that the appliCation be very specific concerning the section of the LUR for which a variance is requested, the location of the variance, and the reason for the variance, including the hardship caused by attempting to comply with the LUR. The petitioner has provided this specific information in Exhibit "A." Should the Board of County Commissioners decide to approve the request for variance, Exhibit "A" will be incorporated into the Resolution. County Engineer: The County Engineer's responsibility in a variance application is described in Section 4-610.A.2 of the LUR. It states, in part, "The County Engineer's evaluation shall consider whether the alternative will provide for an equivalent level of public safety and whether the alternative will be equally durable so that normally anticipated user and maintenance costs will not be increased." The County Engineer may also recommend approval of an alternative "If an alternate design, procedure, or material can be shown to provide performance and/or environmental sensitivity that reflect community values equal or better than that established by these standards. . . " For my evaluation, I interpreted the standards in the LUR to represent the minimum acceptable level of "community values," since the LUR were adopted after extensive work and comment by the community. Board of County Commissioners: The Board of County Commissioners' responsibility in a variance application is described in Section 5-260.G.2 of the LUR. It states, in part, "The Board of County Commissioners shall balance the hardships to the petitioner of not granting the Variance against the adverse impact on the health, safety, and welfare of persons affected, and the adverse impact on the lands affected. Hardship is not defined in the LUR. However, the definition of hardship in Webster's Dictionary implies that hardship is derived from some sort of privation or deprivation. The Board may consider a hardship to be caused when the petitioner will be deprived of some or all of their right to use the land if the LUR is strictly followed. Staff findings are as follows and as shown on staff report: Assuming that the Board of County Commissioners will make a finding that the Rural Residential Road standard is appropriate, and that they wish to consider the request for variances, staff makes the following findings: 1. The petitioner HAS filed a petition for a Variance Permit from the Improvement Standards in conformance with the requirements of Section 5-260.G of the LUR. 2. The petition HAS been properly advertised and is ready for consideration by the Board of County Commissioners. 3. Variance Items Numbered 1 through 6, as shown in Exhibit "A," requested by the petitioner will not provide a road design that will perform equally, is equally durable, and/or be equally safe as that required by the Rural Residential Road Standards of the LUR. The following paragraphs explain staffs reasons for Finding No.3. Each standard that the applicant is asking for a variance for is listed and followed by the applicants description of the hardship and the staff s response. STANDARD NO.1: Road Right-of-Way width for Knight Road. [Section 4-620.J] The minimum right-of-way standardfor a Rural Residential Road is 50 feet. The applicant is requesting a right-of-way width of 40 feet instead of the standard 50 feet for Knight Road. The applicant thinks it is a hardship to comply with standard because the cuts and fills required would be undesirable for the local residents. The issue of the narrower road Right-of-Way is interrelated with the request for a lane width variance, which is Standard No.2. [-] FINDING: Road Right-of-way width for Knight Road. The narrower road right-of-way width DOES NOT show equality of performance because it does not allow for appropriate lane widths once grading and drainage ditches are included in the right-of-way. STANDARD NO.2: Lane Width and Shoulders for Knight Road and Castle Lane. [Section 4- 620.J] The minimum lane width for a Rural Minor Collector VI is 22 feet and for a Rural Residential Road is 24 feet. The applicant is requesting a road width of 16 feet with passing lanes of22 feet including shoulders on Knight Road and Castle Lane. The applicant has stated that the hardship to comply with this standard is that there is only 40 feet of right-of-way currently in existence preventing meeting the standard 23 08-06-02 without obtaining additional right-of-way. [-] FINDING: Lane Width and Shoulders for Knight Road and Castle Lane. There is NOT an equality of performance for a road when two vehicles cannot pass. With this proposal, one vehicle must pull over and stop to let another vehicle pass. STANDARD NO.3: Road Surface Type. [Section 4-620.J] The standard road surface type for both of these roads is asphalt. The applicant is proposing to keep the existing road surface as gravel. The stated hardship is that local residents have expressed the desire to keep the road gravel and the Board of County Commissioners required the applicant to incorporate local issues in road design. The correspondence the local residents have sent the Eagle County Engineering Department indicates that they would prefer to have the road "chip-sealed." [-] FINDING: Road Surface Type. Current county road standards do not allow for gravel roads as they are more difficult and expensive to maintain relative to paved roads. Therefore, the proposed gravel road is NOT as durable as asphalt and is more costly to maintain. STANDARD NO.4: Maximum Road Grade on Knight Road. [Section 4-620.J] The standard for the maximum road grade for a Rural Residential Road is 8%. The proposed road grade on Knight Road will be 11 %. The applicant states that the hardship in complying with this design standard because the topography on site would require major cuts, fills and retaining walls. H FINDING: Maximum Road Grade on Knight Road. [Section 4-620.J] It is difficult to accept steeper grades as equally safe is very difficult. Obviously, as grades steepen, it takes vehicles longer to stop in the downhill direction, thus having an obvious safety reduction. The effect of the road grade is further compounded by the request for a narrower road. Since the stretches with the steeper grade are relatively short, emergency services thinks the steeper grade would be manageable for there vehicles if the road is brought up to standard width. STANDARD NO.5: Intersection Slope [Section 4-620.1.5] The standard allowable intersection slope is 2% for 20 feet on either side of the intersection. The intersection of concern is Knight Road and Frying Pan Road. The applicant is proposing a 3% intersection road grade instead of the county standard of 2% for the first 50 feet. This would be an improvement over the existing intersection grade of 6% for the first 50 feet. The applicant states that there is a hardship complying with the standard because the existing county intersection is 6% for the first 50 feet. [+/-] FINDING: Intersection Slope. The higher intersection grade will NOT provide an equivalent level of service but because of the low traffic volumes it will not have a significant impact on traffic or durability and should be manageable. STANDARD NO.6: Maximum Road Grade on Castle Lane [Section 4-620.J] The maximum road grade for a Rural Minor Collector VI is 8% to 12%. The proposed road grade on Castle Lane is 12.9% compared with the road standard of a maximum of 12% for this type of road. The applicant states that the hardship in complying with this standard is that the existing road grade is 16% in some areas and the county standard is 12%. A maximum grade of 12.9% would be a vast improvement on this road. [-] FINDING: Maximum Road Grade on Castle Lane. Although this is not a large increase over the county road standard, accepting the steeper road as equally safe is difficult. As with Knight Road, the effects of the steeper road are compounded with the request for a narrower road. In conjunction with the narrower road request, this road will NOT be equal to a road built to the county road standard. Steve Isom, Isom & Associates, stated they covered their application at the special meeting held last evening, August 5,2002. He stated the physical condition of the area is the reason for the variance request. Mr. Hildreth stated with the grade, it would be very hard to meet anything other than a grade of 12.9%. Commissioner Stone asked if the road narrowed and widened. Mr. Isom stated in a couple of places yes. Mr. Hildreth stated the applicant is also requesting a variance for gravel rather than pavement. Mr. Isom stated the original application spoke to right of way, width of the road, pavement versus 24 08-06-02 gravel, 11 % rather than 8% concerning a Knight Road and having the intersection at 3% rather than 2%. Commissioner Stone went through the request from the applicant. He asked could they achieve the correct amount of right of way. Mr. Hildreth stated that could be achieveable but it might take condemnation. Commissioner Stone asked if lane width was achievable. Mr. Isom answered no due to the topography. He spoke to the drop offs. Mr. Hildreth stated they would have to put in retaining walls. Chairman Gallagher asked if it would be done with retaining walls. Mr. Hildreth answered yes. Commissioner Stone questioned the pavement versus gravel and if it was achievable. Mr. Isom stated it is achievable but asphalt is a slick substance. Commissioner Stone questioned Knight Road. Mr. Isom and Mr. Hildreth agreed it was not achievable. Commissioner Stone questioned the intersection. Mr. Hildreth stated it was not achievable. Commissioner Stone questioned the 12% versus the 12.9%. Mr. Hildreth stated they may be able to grade the road but he did not believe it was achievable. Steve Perkodan, area resident, reiterated they would like to bring this road to County standards including black top and not gravel. He questioned the retaining walls and what they would be made out of. He stated their biggest concern is safety. He stated the road will be steeper than Minimum County Standards. He mentioned they would like to have a decision this afternoon. Commissioner Stone asked about the road being steeper. Mr. Perkodan stated not at the minimum standards. Commissioner Stone stated what the applicant is proposing seems to be an improvement to what is there now. Mr. Perkodan stated they do need improvements especially to Knight Road. He stated regardless of the road it will be covered in ice and snow soon. Commissioner Stone asked what would they be willing to do to improve the situation. Mr. Perkodan stated he would be involved in completion of the project. He stated there is a lot of erosion on the road. Chairman Gallagher asked about an HOA for that area. Mr. Perkodan answered they do not want a Homeowners Association. Bob Johnson, area resident, stated it appears there was confusion on the road surface. He stated the neighbors are asking for a surfaced road. Dirt and gravel roads end up with ruts and they would like better. He stated if the road is not surfaced, it would be more costly to maintain. He stated if the road cannot be improved to County Standards then they need to go back to the property and have one home. Chairman Gallagher asked how long was his driveway. Mr. Johnson stated 130 feet. Chairman Gallagher asked why the driveway was not surfaced. Mr. Johnson stated due to finances. Mr. Isom stated they are taking a road in terrible condition and bringing it up to better standards. He stated they would like to work with the adjacent property owners to form a HOA. Chairman Gallagher asked about road specifications. Mr. Hildreth stated Knight Road is a Minor Collector 6 and Castle Lane is a Mountain Road. Mr. Isom stated because of the amount of the units they had to classify Knight Road as a collector. Chairman Gallagher asked if there was any discussion concerning a Special Improvement District. Mr. Sahula read his letter explaining why homes were bought in this area. Chairman Gallagher stated he is amazed with the neighborhood as this road has been in this condition since 1984. Then along comes a person who wants to develop and they are being asked to fix the entire road. 25 08-06-02 Peter Sahula, area resident, read comments from his letter and stated the road is rough but they have been able to use it. He stated with what is being proposed it will increase the traffic and the road needs to be improved. Chairman Gallagher questioned another subdivision. Mr. Hildreth pointed out on the slide another piece of property that could be subject to additional development. Commissioner Stone moved the Board deny file VIS-OO 14, Castle Ridge Subdivision, incorporating staff findings. Chairman Gallagher seconded the motion. In discussion, Commissioner Stone stated it is with regret they have not be able to find a satisfactory answer for the road. He stated his first concern is for the people who live in those homes. He stated with those that are currently there, a mistake was made in the past, he cannot support this proposal. It will be difficult to agree to maintenance on the road. There was an opportunity to have everyone work together to improve the road but the current owners do not want to help out. Chairman Gallagher concurred with the safety concerns and finds it unfortunate the opportunity was missed. It is not a County road at this time. Chairman Gallagher called for the question on the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners the vote was declared unanimous. VIS-0016, Vagneur Subdivision John Vengrin, Engineering Department, presented file number VIS-0016, Vagneur Subdivision. He stated per Section 5-260.G: Variance from Improvement Standards, The Board of County Commissioners is the authority that decides on variances from the improvements standards. Prior review by the Planning Commission is not stipulated This is a petition for a Variance Permit from those requirements of Section 4-620 of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations ("LUR") as noted in the attached Exhibit "A" which was submitted by the applicant. These variances will be within the areas known as the V agneur Subdivision and the approximately 32-foot wide strip ofland which is part of Parcel D of Glassier Acres. The resulting 40- foot wide strip ofland will provide access to the Vagneur Subdivision and the Glassier property. The applicant's request for variance is attached to this staff report as Exhibit "A". Mr. Vagneur currently has an approved Sketch Plan for his property known as the Vagneur Subdivision. The Sketch Plan, as approved, proposes to make use of the adjacent lane which serves Parcel D of Glassier Acres for access to the Vagneur Subdivision. The plan is to combine the 31.4- foot strip of the Glassier property and an 8.6-foot strip of the Vagneur property to form a 40-foot wide right-of-way. On this right-of-way, a road would be constructed to provide access from Willits Lane to the Vagneur Subdivision (5 lots) and Parcel D of Glassier Acres. This road is intended to be dedicated to the County. Mr. Vagneur currently has Sketch Plan approval for the Vagneur Subdivision. During the Sketch Plan process, he became aware that a variance from the improvement standards of the LUR would be necessary in order to achieve further approvals of the subdivision. Mr. Vagneur has decided to bring the variance application forward for a decision prior to submitting a Preliminary Plan application. He requests to vary from these standards in order to be more compatible with the character of the neighborhood and to lessen hardships associated with strict compliance with the standards. In Exhibit "A", the applicant has identified Right-of-Way Width, Mountable Curb and Gutter, and Detached Sidewalks as the parts of the Suburban Residential Road Standard in Table 4-620. J of the LUR from which to vary. Right-of- W ay Width The applicant requests to use a right-of-way width of 40-feet instead of the 50-feet required for a Suburban Residential Road by the LUR. Part of the right-of-way is normally used for the cut and fill slopes. Due to the flat nature of the site, there will be minimal cuts or fills. Therefore there will be 26 08-06-02 adequate space in the narrower right-of-way to accommodate the roadway, curb, gutter, and sidewalks. 24-Inch Mountable Curb and Gutter The applicant requests to use a vertical curb along the south side of the proposed road, and to use a mountable curb on the north side. There is no need for the curb to be mountable on the south side of the road since there are no access driveways along that side. Detached Sidewalks The applicant requests placing a sidewalk along the north side of the road only. He also requests constructing the sidewalk immediately adjacent to the curb. For the small amount of pedestrian traffic and the short distance of the road, the sidewalk along the north side of the road should be sufficient. The adjacent rather than detached sidewalk is necessary to reduce the overall width of the cross-section. For the small amount of traffic that will be using the road, it is not necessary for the sidewalk to be detached. In previous applications for variances from the road standards, the Eagle County Attorney's Office has requested that the application be specific concerning the section of the Land Use Regulations for which a variance is requested, the location of the variance, and the reason for the variance. The applicant has provided information in Exhibit "A" that addresses these requirements. Normally, variances are considered at Preliminary Plan, when more detailed drawings are available. The applicant prefers a decision on the variances prior to submitting a Preliminary Plan application, before expending the considerable effort required at Preliminary Plan. Should the Board of County Commissioners decide to approve the request for variance, Exhibit "A" will be incorporated into the Resolution. The County Engineer's responsibility in a variance application is described in Section 4-61O.A.2 of the LUR. It states, in part, "The County Engineer's evaluation shall consider whether the alternative will provide for an equivalent level of public safety and whether the alternative will be equally durable so that normally anticipated user and maintenance costs will not be increased." The County Engineer may also recommend approval of an alternative "If an alternate design, procedure, or material can be shown to provide performance and/or environmental sensitivity which reflects community values equal to or better than that established by these standards... ." For the purpose of my evaluation, I interpreted the standards in the LUR to represent the minimum acceptable level of "community values", since the LUR were adopted after extensive work and comment by the community. The Board of County Commissioners' responsibility in a variance application is described in Section 5-260.G.2 of the LUR. It states, in part, "The Board of County Commissioners shall balance the hardships to the applicant of not granting the Variance against the adverse impact on the health, safety, and welfare of persons affected, and the adverse impact on the lands affected. Hardship is not defined in the LUR. However, the definition of hardship in Webster's Dictionary implies that hardship is derived from some sort of privation or deprivation. The Board may consider a hardship to be caused when the applicant will be deprived of some or all of their right to use the land if the LUR is strictly followed. The requested variance will affect the property of the Glassiers and Mr. Vagneur. The Glassiers have given their consent to Mr. Vagneur to apply for the variance. If this variance request is granted, it shall apply only to Parcel D of Glassier Acres, and to land use applications based on the approved Vagneur Sketch Plan. Should the land uses on the Glassier property or the Vagneur Subdivision undergo a substantial change, the variance would have to be reconsidered. The following findings are made: 1. The applicant has filed a petition for a Variance Permit from the Improvement Standards in conformance with the requirements of Section 5-260.G of the LUR. 2. The petition has been properly advertised and is ready for consideration by the Board of County Commissioners. 3. The road design proposed by the petitioner will provide a road design that is equally durable and equally safe to the Suburban Residential Road Classification standards but would be less expensive, use less land, and blend in better with the community standards in the area. The Board of County Commissioners must decide on the following findings: 27 08-06-02 4. The applicant has/has not demonstrated hardship to the developer and the public if there is strict adherence to the Suburban Residential Road Functional Classifications for the proposed County road in the Vagneur Subdivision. The hardships in the application include a) loss of developable land and diminished value of the property, and b) diminished rural character of the property. 5. The applicant has/has not demonstrated that the hardship of not granting the variances exceed any currently perceived adverse impacts on the health, safety, and welfare of persons affected, or adverse impacts to the affected lands. Should the Board of County Commissioners affirm Findings 1 through 5 in Sections V and VI above, Staff recommends the following: Staff recommends that the Board of County Commissioners approve the request for a Variance Permit from the strict interpretation of the Road Improvements Standards in Section 4-620 of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations as noted in the attached Exhibit "A". These variances will be within the area known as the Vagneur Subdivision and Parcel D of Glassier Acres. Staff also recommends the following conditions: These variances are valid only for a Preliminary Plan, Final Plat or other land use application which will conform with the Sketch Plan submitted and approved with File SUS-00008 by Resolution 2001-004, and to the driveway serving Parcel D of Glassier Acres. Except as otherwise modified by this application, all material representations of the Applicant in this application and all public meetings shall be adhered to and considered conditions of approval. The approval of these variances by Eagle County is not an endorsement of the Vagneur Subdivision beyond what was approved as a Sketch Plan. The approval is not a commitment to accept the access road as a County Road. The subdivision and road dedication will be decided as part of a future Preliminary Plan application. David Ferres, Colorado West Consultant, stated they are seeking a variance before the preliminary plan to know how to proceed. Commissioner Stone moved to approve file number VIS-0016, Vagneur Subdivision, incorporating the following findings: 1. The applicant has demonstrated hardship to the developer and the public if there is strict adherence to the Suburban Residential Road Functional Classifications for the proposed County road in the Vagneur Subdivision. The hardships in the application include a) loss of developable land and diminished value of the property, and b) diminished rural character of the property. 2. The applicant has demonstrated that the hardship of not granting the variances exceed any currently perceived adverse impacts on the health, safety, and welfare of persons affected, or adverse impacts to the affected lands. The recommendation for approval comes with the following conditions: 1. These variances are valid only for a Preliminary Plan, Final Plat or other land use application which will conform with the Sketch Plan submitted and approved with File SUS-00008 by Resolution 2001-004, and to the driveway serving Parcel D of Glassier Acres. 2. Except as otherwise modified by this application, all material representations of the Applicant in this application and all public meetings shall be adhered to and considered conditions of approval. 28 08-06-02 3. The approval of these variances by Eagle County is not an endorsement of the Vagneur Subdivision beyond what was approved as a Sketch Plan. The approval is not a commitment to accept the access road as a County Road. The subdivision and road dedication will be decided as part of a future Preliminary Plan application Chairman Gallagher seconded the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners the vote was declared unammous. There being no further business to be brought before the Board the meeting was adjourned until August 6, 2002. Attest: Clerk to the Board 29 08-06-02