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Minutes 02/05/08 PUBLIC HEARING February 5, 2008 Present: Peter Runyon Sara Fisher Am Menconi Bruce Baumgartner Bryan Treu Robert Morris Teak Simonton Kathy Scriver Chairman Commissioner Commissioner County Manager County Attorney Deputy County Attorney Clerk to the Board Deputy Clerk to the Board This being a scheduled Public Hearing, the following items were presented to the Board of County Commissioners for their consideration: JANUARY 2008 BILL PAYING AND PAYROLL 911 Fund CENTURYTEL LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES NOMAD TECHNOLOGIES QWEST SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICf; $178.03 $1,496.02 $1,700.00 $6,587.55 59,961.60 Health Insurance Fund LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY MUTUAL OF OMAHA SERVICE SERVICE $4,799.96 $4,225.61 59,025.57 Insurance Reserve Fund ALPINE COLLISION INCORPORATED COUNTY TECHNICAL SERVICES SERVICE SERVICE $5,102.34 $100,379.00 5105,481.34 Motor Pool Fund A AND E TIRE INCORPORATED ALLDATA ARAMARK COMPANY BERTHOD MOTORS BURT CHEVROLET BURT OODGE CHRYSLER JEEP IN PARKER INCORPORATED CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING CENTURYTEL COLLETTS CORPORATE EXPRESS CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES EAGLE EMBROIDERY ELLIE CARYL FARIS MACHINERY COMPANY FRED PRYOR SEMINARS, INC GLEN WOOD RADIATOR REPAIR GOODYEAR WHOLESALE TIRE CENTERS HANSON EQUIPMENT HENSLEY BATTERY AND ELECTRONICS HONNENEQUIPMENT INTERMOUNTAIN SWEEPER INCORPORATED LAWSON PRODUCTS LIGHTS ON BROADWAY SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $7,284.75 $1,500.00 $218.43 $255.56 $436.14 $296.77 $86.84 $153.05 $119,630.55 $82.85 530.92 53,181.30 $26.00 527.63 $242.57 $99.00 $90.86 $4,000.89 $727.80 $780.43 $197.77 $45.00 $350.93 $138.00 1 02/05/2008 M AND M AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES $1,910.87 MESAMACK SALES & SERVICE INC, DBA SERVICE $58.23 NAPA AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES $112.36 NICHOLAS J HOEGER SERVICE $76.87 NOVUS AUTOOLASS SERVICE $1,125.00 OJ WATSON COMPANY INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $1,003.88 PETTY CASH MOTOR POOL REIMBURSEMENT $120.38 POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SUPPLIES $2,816.28 POWER MOTIVE SUPPLIES $790.19 PREMIER TIRE TERMINAL SUPPLIES $891.27 STEWART AND STEVENSON POWER SUPPLIES $877.31 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SUPPLIES $1,513.29 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $4,541.94 5155,721.91 JANUARY 2008 PAYROLL 1,2,3 5118,908.13 5274,630.04 LANDFILL FUND ACZ LABORATORY INCORPORATED SERVICE $339.00 AMERIGAS SERVICE 53,031.79 CAROLINA SOFTWARE SERVICE $300.00 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SERVICE $722.87 OOWN V ALLEY SEPTIC AND DRAIN SERVICE 5645.00 EVERGREEN ANALYTICAL SERVICE $128.00 FRONT RANGE TIRE RECYCLE INCORPORATED SERVICE $2,221.25 GALETON GLOVES AND SAFETY SUPPLIES $176.05 GREAT AMERICAN LEASING SERVICE $101.21 GREAT AMERICAN LEASING SERVICE $101.21 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $590.57 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SERVICE $567.98 JOHN S. BERRY SERVICE $75.00 KRW CONSULTING SERVICE $903.39 NORTHERN SAFETY COMPANY INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $1,675.71 POWER MOTIVE SUPPLIES $13,500.00 SAN ISABEL TELECOM INCORPORATED SERVICE $1I 7.42 STATE OF COLORADO SERVICE $23,489.39 SWANA SERVICE $169.00 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICE $413.10 V AIL ELECTRONICS SUPPLIES $360.00 549,627.94 JANUARY 2008 PAYROLL 1,2,3 $66,736.70 5116,364.64 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT CARTER AND BURGESS INCORPORATED SERVICE 520,932.00 CC PLUMBING MECHANICAL SERVICE $27,920.00 HAMMOND CUSTOM BUILDERS LLC SERVICE $6,307.81 HEWLETT PACKARD SERVICE $19,388.00 JOES WALLBOARD AND SUPPLY SUPPLIES $1,486.75 JOHNSON, REILLY SERVICE $48,692.22 LAFARGE CORPORATION INCORPORATED SERVICE $122.95 NEW WORLD SYSTEMS SERVICE $8,681.35 QWEST INTERPRISE NETWORKING SERVICE $2,028.63 TIMEMARK INCORPORATED SERVICE $2,450.03 5138,009.74 HAZARDOUS MATERIAL FUND DISH NETWORK SERVICE $57.99 2 02/05/2008 VAIL HONEYWAOON LID 800 MHZ Fund ARCHIBEQUE LAND CONSULTING CENTURYTEL OF EAGLE HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC LEGACY COMMUNICATIONS INCORPORATED MCI WORLDCOM QWEST Airoort Fund AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED AMERICAN ASSOCIATION AIRPORT EXECUTIVES AVIATION SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE INCORPORATED BERTHOD MOTORS CENTURYTEL CHRIS ANDERSON COLLETTS COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND UNEMPLOYEMENT D JENSEN ELECTRIC INCORPORATED EAGLE EMBROIDERY EAGLE V ALLEY MEDICAL CENTER FRED PRYOR SEMINARS, INC GALLS INCORPORATAED GATEKEEPER SYSTEMS INCORPORATED HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC IMAGINIT EMBROIDERY KATHY LAWN MARK LANG MCI COMMERCIAL SERVICE MYSLIK INCORPORATED NEXTEL OJ WATSON COMPANY INCORPORATED ORKIN EXTERMINATIANG COMPANY OSHKOSH TRUCK CORPORATION SHERWIN INDUSTRIES INCORPORATED SKYLINE MECHANICAL INCORPORATED SOURCEGAS STANDARD SIGNS INCORPORATED SUMMITEX LLC TIRE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS TOWN OF GYPSUM US CUSTOMS BORDER PROTECTION VAIL ELECTRONICS VALLEY LUMBER WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY JANUARY 2008 PAYROLL SALES TAX RFV TRANSP ROARING FORK TRANSIT AGENCY SALES TAX EV TRAILS 3 02/05/2008 SERVICE $529.1 0 $587.09 SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE $1,975.00 $11,789.80 $150.00 $19,724.28 $3,254.84 $291.48 $37,185.40 SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES $2,192.18 5460.00 $9,270.00 $555.14 $3,023.21 $84.96 $15,414.29 $210.00 $650.00 $271.80 $583.00 $566.00 $1,474.96 $1,980.00 $512.74 $397.43 $20D.48 $49.00 $18.81 $1l5.06 $1,031.59 $1,327.55 $60.50 $1,048.61 $417.00 $54.90 $4,919.51 $335.10 $189.32 $306.00 $800.00 $33,127.63 $407.00 $828.26 $28.61 $394.68 $431.89 $83,737.21 5188,265.17 5272,002.38 1,2,3 SERVICE $107,193.58 5107,193.58 BICYCLE COLORADO SERVICE $150.00 SCHMUESER GORDON MEYER INCORPORATED SERVICE $690.00 TAYLOR FENCE COMPANY SERVICE $1,174.00 UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD SERVICE $5,225.29 YOUR PERSONAL CHEF SERVICE $150.00 $7,389.29 JANUARY 2008 PAYROLL 1,2,3 $4,548.22 $11,937.51 SALES TAX EV TRANSP A AND E TIRE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $3,583.56 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES $183.19 AT&T SERVICE $399.74 BUFFALO RIDGE AFFORDABLE HOUSING SERVICE $7,580.00 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SERVICE $1,188.13 COLLETTS SERVICE $24,057.94 COLUMBINE MARKET SUPPLIES $19.30 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $6 l.l 6 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN SERVICE $1,272.80 DOCTORS ON CALL SERVICE $420.00 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES SERVICE $4,652.72 FEDERAL EXPRESS SERVICE $20.68 GFI GENF ARE SERVICE $17,301.01 GILLIG CORPORATION SERVICE $9,608.10 GLENWooD MEDICAL ASSOCIATES SERVICE $161.00 HASLER INCORPORATED SERVICE $189.00 IMP ACT GRAPHICS AND SIGNS SERVICE $7.00 IMS COLORADO SERVICE $310.00 INST A CHAIN INCORPORATED SERVICE $3,690.00 KlNETICO WATER PROS SERVICE $70.00 KZYR COOL RADIO LLC SERVICE $333.00 LUMINATOR SERVICE $512.22 QWEST SERVICE $161.83 RED CANYON HIGH SCHOOL SERVICE $1,160.00 SILVER CREEK DEVELOPMENT SERVICE $2,200.00 TOWN OF AVON SERVICE $27,638.66 UNITED STATES WELDING SERVICE $29.60 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICE $694.80 WORKFLOWONE SERVICE $627.74 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $340.48 XCEL ENERGY SERVICE 5450.46 SILVER CREEK DEVELOPMENT SERVICE $97.96 $109,022.08 JANUARY 2008 PAYROLL 1,2,3 S440,459.57 $549,481.65 SOCIAL SERVICE FUND ADELA JIMENEZ REIMBURSEMENT $43.09 AIDAN FLEMING REIMBURSEMENT $273.42 AMY DAVIS REIMBURSEMENT $297.28 BEST WESTERN INN SERVICE $69.99 BETHANIE LINDAL REIMBURSEMENT $600.00 CATHERINE ZAKOIAN, MA SERVICE $75.00 CENTURYTEL SERVICE $96.85 CHARLENE WHITNEY SERVICE $570.63 EAGLE CONVENIENCE STORE SUPPLIES $30.90 EAGLE COUNTY PURCHASING REIMBURSEMENT $49.32 4 02/05/2008 EAGLE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT EAGLE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE EAGLE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS GARFIELD COUNTY SHERIFF HEART OF THE WEST COUNCIL JENNIFER CUEVAS JOHN C COLLINS PC KIDS FIRST KIM HILDERBRAND LA QUINTA LABORATORY CORPORATION OF AMERICA HOLDINGS LAKE COUNTY SHERIFF LEXISNEXIS COURTLINK INCORPORATED LYONS, KATHLEEN MARIAN MCDONOUGH, MICHELLE ARANA NICHOLAS J HOEGER SYLVIA SALAZAR THE INCREDIBLE YEARS VAIL HONEYWAGON LID YOUR PERSONAL CHEF JANUARY 2008 PAYROLL EARLY CHILDHOOD FUND CARRIE FROMAN JENNIE W AHRER ROSIE MORENO SANDRA JENNINGS JANUARY 2008 PAYROLL ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND ARNOLD STORY BASALT SANITATION DISTRICT BLAKE MARTIN BRATTON ENTERPRISE INCORPORATED CARSE COLORADO ASPHAL T PAVEMENT ASSOCIATION COMPLIANCE ALLIANCE INCORPORATED COpy PLUS CORPORATE EXPRESS EAGLE COUNTY PURCHASING EAGLE PHARMACY ELAM CONSTRUCTION INCORPORATED FELSBURG HOLT ULLEVIG GMCO CORPORATION HSBCBUSINESSSOLUTIONS INTERWEST SAFETY SUPPLY PITKIN COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS SOPRIS ARCHITECTURE, , TOWN OF BASALT TOWN OF GYPSUM 5 02/05/2008 SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE 1,2,3 $6,125.00 $7.80 $17.40 $349.54 $4,511.00 $26.80 $225.00 $34.02 $4,862.96 $4,378.00 $194.99 $89.63 $92.00 $37.50 $72.75 $37.29 $133.60 542.53 $219.37 $99.63 $216.50 $492.30 $712.50 $25,084.59 $205,270.27 5230,354.86 REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT 1,2,3 $2,000.00 $155.52 $76.95 $1,100.00 $3,332.47 517,223.70 520,556.17 REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE $75.00 $139.50 $16.82 $2,751.93 $150.00 S4OO.00 $1,317.00 545.43 $13.74 $140.23 $34.61 $3,597.75 $63,%7.65 $4,550.27 $1,749.40 $401.74 $25,949.75 $14,402.00 $113.30 $2,253.73 VALLEY VIEW HOSPITAL WESTERN PAGINIG JANUARY 2008 PAYROLL AFFORDABLE HOUSING FUND MERITAGE DEVELOPMENT GROUP LLC HOUSING FUND JANUARY 2008 PAYROLL GENERAL FUND ABC LEGAL SERVICES, INC. ACCESS ROARING FORK AFFILIATED CREDIT SERVICE INCORPORATED ALL PRO FORMS INCORPORATAED ALMA VARELA ALPHA MEDICAL DISTRIBUTOR INCORPORATED ALPINAIRE HEALTH CARE ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY AMADEO GONZALES AMERICAN JAIL ASSOCIATION AMERIGAS AMY FRENCH APPLIED TRUST ENGINEERING ARMY AND FACTORY SURPLUS ASPEN BOARD OF REALTORS ASPEN DAILY NEWS ASPEN PUBLISHERS INCORPORATED AT&T A V TECH ELECTRONICS INCORPORATED AVON CENTER AT BEAVER CREEK I HOA BALCOMB AND GREEN BARBARA WHITFORD BARR LABORATORIES BASALT CENTER, LLC BASALT CLINIC PHARMACY BASALT SCHOOL HEALTH CENTER BENGALLOWAYMD, BERENS, AMY BERNS, TONI BOB BARKER COMPANY BONNIE VOGT BOYD COFFEE COMPANY BRONN, EARLINE BRUCE BAUMGARTNER BURBACH AND ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED BUSINESS WEEK C & H DISTRIBUTORS, LLC CANYON WATER RESOURCES LLC CAR QUEST AUTO PARTS CARDINAL HEALTH CASTLE PEAK VETERINARY CC PLUMBING MECHANICAL CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SERVICE $91.00 SERVICE $300.00 5122,460.85 1,2,3 5219,843.32 5342,304.17 SERVICE $4,500,000.00 54,500,000.00 1,2,3 $10,744.36 SERVICE $64.80 SERVICE $6,900.00 SERVICE $3.70 SERVICE $540.66 REIMBURSEMENT $138.92 SUPPLIES $1,646.60 SERVICE $141.00 SUPPLIES $811.00 REIMBURSEMENT $61.20 SERVICE $48.00 SERVICE $11,079.68 SERVICE $41.02 SERVICE $852.50 SUPPLIES $62.98 SERVICE $11.00 SERVICE $486.34 SERVICE $73.85 SERVICE $835.00 SERVICE $2,568.97 SERVICE $6,749.53 SERVICE $2,062.00 REIMBURSEMENT $21.60 SERVICE $753.60 SERVICE $120.00 SERVICE $241.90 SERVICE $20,000.00 SERVICE $4,325.00 SERVICE $185.95 SERVICE $84.30 SUPPLIES $449.69 SERVICE $40.50 SUPPLIES $843.20 REIMBURSEMENT $31.50 REIMBURSEMENT $45.37 SERVICE $70.00 SERVICE $20.00 SERVICE $696.13 SERVICE $2,084.23 SUPPLIES $341.25 SERVICE $814.62 SERVICE $108.83 SERVICE $125.00 SERVICE $1,865.38 6 02/05/2008 CENTURYTEL CENTURYTEL OF EAGLE CGAIT CHEMATOX INCORPORATED CHRISTY LIPPERT CLARK SlllVLEY CLIA LABORATORY PROGRAM CLOSET FACTORY CLUB 20 COLE, THOMAS COLLECTION COLORADO OF AMERICA COLORADO CORONERS ASSOCIATION COLORADO COUNTIES INCORPORATED COLORADO COUNTY ATTORNEY ASSOCIATION COLORADO COUNTY CLERKS ASSOCIATION COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS COLORADO RIVER WATER CONSERV ATlON DISTRICT COLORADO SEARCH RESCUE COLORADO SECRETARY OF STATE COLORADO STATE ARCHIVES COLORADO STATE TREASURER COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY COLORADO WEED MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH CONNIE COOPER-ROSCOE CONST ANINE, DOREEN CONTRACT PHARMACY SERVICE COPY PLUS CORPORATE EXPRESS CORPORATE EXPRESS IMAGING COWBOY CATERING CRL ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED DALY PROPERTY SERVICES DAN CORCORAN PLS DAN SPARKMAN DAVE HAMMOND DAVE MOTT DAVID A BAUER DAY TIMERS INCORPORATED DIANA JOHNSON DICK BOURETT DISTRICT ATTORNEYS DL T SOLUTIONS DOIUSGS DOLPHIN CAPITAL CORPORATION DONALD J LAUGHLIN EAGLE CARE MEDICAL CLINIC EAGLE COUNTY HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES EAGLE COUNTY HEALTH SERVICE DISTRICT EAGLE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE EAGLE EMBROIDERY EAGLE PHARMACY EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION 7 02/05/2008 SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE $11,693.69 $881.04 $600.00 $80.00 $28.80 $2,384.97 $200.00 $2,757.65 $2,400.00 $37.26 $22.30 $1,200.00 $28,108.00 $450.00 $850.00 $23,199.50 $2,1l2.00 $5,829.47 $3,596.43 $50.00 $785.00 $109.63 $5,380.28 $130.00 $260.00 $16,223.61 $35.95 $186.56 $3,743.42 $185.98 $12,667.99 $101.50 $1,420.25 $1,717.41 $2,017.50 $3,480.00 $325.11 $132.61 $9.00 $55.82 $91.87 $18.00 $16.20 $313,364.75 $7,747.57 $8,570.00 $17.40 $48.00 $12,175.00 $400.00 $2,855.85 $125.23 $337.88 $547.55 $4,609.83 EAGLE RIVER 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PET NUTRITION SALES HOGAN AND HARTSON HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC HOME FOODS OF VAIL HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS HV AC SUPPLY IDEA INTEGRATION INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE INTERIOR PLANTSCAPES 8 02/05/2008 SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REFUND SERVICE REFUND SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REFUND SERVICE REIMBURSE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REFUND SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES REFUND SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE $250.00 $7,312.50 $415.00 $6,900.00 $3,768.75 $10,020.00 $2,799.00 $28,307.20 $1,028.04 $120.00 $45.48 $265.00 $7,816.49 $350.00 $1,190.00 $355.82 $469.10 $2,461.15 $843.82 $744.50 $294.00 $5,583.00 $30.00 $39.96 $71.00 $70.00 $298.00 $2,982.53 $1,255.50 $30.00 $55.00 $36,500.00 $1,206.24 $75.00 $178.50 $368.87 $11.22 $200.00 $2,588.56 $3,250.00 $189.67 $250.00 $525.00 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JOHNSON MID V ALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT MIKE BAlR MONICA JACOX 9 02/05/2008 SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT $2,427.80 $120.00 $100.00 $400.00 $11.00 $153.00 $71.55 $798.00 $571.00 $200.00 $17.01 $3,550.00 $225.20 $218.32 $460.00 $144.16 $439.43 $1,250.00 $234.74 $19.44 $314.18 $40.83 $292.41 $28.35 $142.00 $237.00 $376.52 $319.00 $45.36 $1,817.54 $1,233.30 $30.00 $19.20 $457.17 $18.99 $178.20 $12.00 $117.35 $111.22 $45.03 $27.00 $37.50 $444.20 $4.14 $26.10 $5,408.45 $2,206.06 $10,000.00 $2,102.40 $252.00 $56.25 $5.40 $476.47 $44.55 $86.70 MOORE, LIANA, CARLSON MOUNTAIN COMMUNICATIONS MOUNTAIN POWERSPORTS MOUNTAIN REGIONAL HOUSING CORPORATION MSNCOMMUN~ATIONSINCORPORATED MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES NEHA ENVIRONMETAL HEALTH NELSON LABORATORIES NEVES UNIFORMS NORTHWEST COLORADO COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS NU CARE PHARMACEUTICALS OC TANNER OSM DELIVERY LLC PACER SERVICE CENTER PAPER WISE PARAGARD DIRECT PARK COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE PAT NOLAN PATHOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF RFV PATHOLOGY GROUP PAULA A PALMATEER PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING PITNEY BOWES PRO FORCE LAW ENFORCEMENT PRO SHINE, LLC PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE INCORPORATED PROSHINE SALES & SERVICE PSS INCORPORATED PUBLIC SAFETY WAREHOUSE PURCHASE POWER QUEST DIAGNOSTICS QUILL CORPORATION QWEST QWEST INTERPRISE NETWORKING RANDS NORTHEAST LLC RENEE DUBUISSON RESOURCE CENTER OF EAGLE REYNA TRUJILLO RICK KANGAS ROCKY MOUNTAIN RECORDS ROLF LIPPERT RON SMITH RON WOLFE ROWE B J RUEDI WATER AND POWER AUTHORITY S CORPORATION, INC. SA SO COMPANY SALVATION ARMY SARA J FISHER SARAH SCHIPPER SAWAYA ROSE KALPLAN PC SCHINDLER ELEVATOR CORPORATION SCHMIDT POLYGRAPH AND CONSULTING, INC SCHNEIDER-MALLRER FOOT &ANKLE ASSOCIATES 10 02/05/2008 REFUND SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE $22.68 $54.00 $15,018.52 $3,125.00 $2,000.00 $581.13 $675.00 $95.00 $1,164.02 $533.97 $80,048.00 $44.49 $1,467.77 $384.00 $34.48 $8,016.00 $3,904.32 $28,035.00 $56.70 $25.03 $4,080.40 $72.00 $5,000.00 $593.00 $780.43 $1,604.00 $2,360.00 $2,470.84 $1,896.73 $518.00 $30,807.20 $1,075.21 $766.97 $10,284.14 $22,807.53 $747.25 $667.23 $1,390.00 $151.70 $150.00 $92.00 $319.92 $550.00 $44.55 $40.1 0 $3,750.00 $3,827.22 $3.42 $500.00 $593.33 $162.81 $60.00 $2,820.90 $100.00 $210.00 SCOTT NICHOLLS SECURITY TRANSPORT SERVICES INCORPORATED SERVICEMASTER CLEAN OF VAIL SEXTON, KEN SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION SHANNON CORDINGL Y SHAPINS ASSOCIATES SHEAFFER KAREN SHERI MINTZ SIGNATURE SIGNS SILENT SOLUTIONS, LLC SIMON PROPERTY SERVICES SINTON DAlRY COMPANY SNE SOCIETY NUTRITION EDUCATION SNOWWHITE LINEN SOFT CODE INCORPORATED SOFTVVARESPECTRUM SOUTHLAND MEDICAL CORPORATION SPRONK WATER ENGINEERS STATE OF COLORADO STEPHANIE GLENWRIGHT STERICYCLE INCORPORATED SUE MOTT SUMMIT COUNTY SENIORS SUREFIRE LLC SUSPENSE FUND SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER TENIE CHICOINE TETRA TECH RMC, INC. THE OFFICE PROFESSIONAL THERACOM INCORPORATED THOMPSON WEST GROUP TIM LOSA TOM NEWLAND TOOL CLINIC INCORPORATED TOTAL ACCESS GROUP INCORPORATED TOWN OF EAGLE TRANECOMPANY TRI COUNTY FIRE PROTECTION UNITED PARCEL SERVICE UNITED RENTALS UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN FLORIDA US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS US FOOD SERVICE INCORPORATED VAIL DAILY VAIL ELECTRONICS VAIL HONEYWAGON LID VAIL MOUNTAIN COFFEE ROASTERS V AIL VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER VAIL VALLEY PARTNERSHIP VALLEY LUMBER V ALLEY PINES CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION VALLEY VIEW HOSPITAL 11 02/05/2008 SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE $1,439.54 $1,101.10 $5,034.25 $65.00 $7,282.62 $6.00 $2,132.75 $600.13 $115.83 $296.00 $531.60 $1,135.00 $1,175.79 $190.00 $144.09 $4,766.66 $103,725.16 $166.90 $1,105.20 $792.56 $118.80 $579.62 $153.00 $13,057.00 $785.96 $2,357,124.63 $2,434.23 $270.00 $34,777.50 $87.00 $4,939.20 $2,592.67 $18.63 $9.72 $719.98 $110.00 $3,052.81 $2,679.67 $208.50 $717.01 $163.20 $70.00 $104.00 $1,390.00 $53,833.37 $8,782.89 $5.61 $6,234.99 $20.68 $81.00 $78.00 $150,000.00 $149.55 $10,178.96 $165.00 V ANESA DOTY VAX SERVE, INC VERIFICATIONS, lNC. VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED VISA CARD SERVICES WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED WCAEHO WECMRD WELLS FARGO WESTERN SLOPE BAR WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES WILLIAM G HORLBECK PC WILLIAM LOPER WORLDWA YS SOCIAL MARKETING WRIGHT WATER ENGINEERS WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY XCEL ENERGY XEROX CORPORATION, INC Y AMP A VALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION YOUR PERSONAL CHEF ZINNA F AMIL Y TRUST SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE $95.00 $1,590.71 $2,122.15 $13,603.72 $313.93 $2,184.87 $30.00 $1,528.42 $662,911.07 $142.55 $1,085.10 $4,954.16 $31.50 $950.25 $1,712.86 $634.69 $784.62 $10,042.36 $258.98 $564.00 $71,440.00 54,795,929.65 JANUARY 2008 PAYROLL 1,2,3 $2,302,756.40 $7,098,686.05 TOTAL 513.834.506.15 Executive Session It was moved, seconded and unanimously agreed to go into Executive Session for the purpose of receiving legal advice and discussing matters subject to negotiations regarding open space monitoring fees and County mill levy which are appropriate topics for discussion pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(b) and (e) Colorado Revised Statutes. It was moved, seconded, and unanimously agreed to adjourn from Executive Session. Chairman Runyon opened the meeting and spoke about a new program available in Eagle County for a 20% reduction in prescription cost to people who do not have insurance for drugs. He stated that there are literally, 14,000 people in the county that do not have health insurance. The average person spends $800 dollars a year on prescription drugs. This 20% discount will save the citizens of Eagle County approximately 2.3 million dollars each year. The county can offer this program free of cost simply by being members of NACo (National Association of Counties). Citizens may apply for the discount card at the county's Health Department or at the drug store counter. Consent Agenda Chairman Runyon stated the first item before the Board was the Consent Agenda as follows: A. Approval of bill paying for the week of February 4,2008 (subject to review by the Finance Director) Finance Department Representative B. Approval of payroll for February 14, 2008 (subject to review by the Finance Director) Finance Department Representative 12 02/05/2008 c. Approval of the minutes of the Eagle County Board of Commissioners meetings for December 18 and 20, 2007 Teak Simonton, Clerk & Recorder D. Resolution 2008-007 Regarding Order of Cancellation of Certain Taxes County Attorney's Office Representative E. Due Diligence Agreement between Eagle County, Western Eagle County Recreation District and LaFarge West, Inc. County Attorney's Office Representative F. Resolution 2008-008 Designating Posting Location of Notice of Public Meetings County Attorney's Office Representative G. Resolution 2008-009 Concerning Appointments to the Eagle County Regional Transportation Authority Board of Directors County Attorney's Office Representative H. Contract with All V alley Women's Care for Prenatal Services Jill Hunsaker, Health & Human Services I. Contract with Valley View Hospital for Health Officer Services Jill Hunsaker, Health & Human Services J. Agreement between Eagle County and Shindler Elevator Corporation for maintenance of the control tower elevator Airport Representative K. Amendment No. Six to Contract Dated March 31, 2004 between Carter & Burgess, Inc. and Eagle County Facilities Management Representative L. Agreement between Eagle County and Menendez Architects P.C. for General Architectural and Engineering Services Facilities Management Representative M. Agreement between Menendez Architects and Eagle County for the Design of the Eagle County Recycling Facility Facilities Management Representative N. Contract Agreement Change Order with Tusca II, Inc. for addition of a Biomass Heating System Household Waste Facility at the Eagle County Landfill Facilities Management Representative o. Colorado Division of Wildlife Impact Assistance Grant Application Assessor's Office Representative P. Resolution 2008-010 in the Matter of Adopting a New Fee Schedule Applicable to Applications Pursuant to Chapter II of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations Jena Skinner-Markowitz, Community Development Q. Resolution 2008-011 of the Approval of the Crawford/Eagle Crest Nursery Parcel Planned Unit Development Sketch / Preliminary Plan and Zone Change (Eagle County File No. PDSP-00026, & ZC- 00088) Lisa de Graaf, Community Development 13 02/05/2008 R. Resolution.200~012 in the Matter of Amending the Eagle County Land Use Regulations to update the road impact fee regulations (Eagle County File No. LUR-079) Greg Schroeder, Engineering S. Minor Type B Subdivision / Arrowhead at Vail, Filing No. 15, Are-subdivision oflot 31. The purpose of this plat is to re-subdivide lot 31 into two 12 duplex lots. Lot 31A will consist of .3177 acres and lot 31B with .3585 acres for a total of .6762 acres. (Eagle County File No. 5MB-00432) Terri Johnson, Community Development Chairman Runyon asked the Attorney's Office if there were any changes to the Consent Agenda. Bryan Treu, County Attorney stated that he had no comments. Commissioner Menconi moved to approve the Consent Agenda, Items A-S. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Citizen Input Leslie Mashburn, Lakota Guide owner spoke. He stated that he'd been running Lakota Guides for the last three years out of Eagle-Vail. He recently learned that he would be required to obtain a special use permit to continue running operations out of this location. Chairman Runyon stated that he recalled issues with parking and traffic access. Commissioner Menconi stated that he believes this was triggered by CME's special use permit application. The application brought up irregularities with the neighboring properties. He believes this is a land use application issue and there are things taking place on the property in terms of parking and traffic that are not in conformance. Mr. Mashburn stated that the conclusion of the traffic study was erroneous. They are currently working with CME and their engineer to resubmit the report. Chairman Runyon stated that further review would be necessary. CME gave the board the impression that Lakota Guides would be moving to another location. He suggested that Mr. Mashburn work with staff. Mr. Ashburn stated that parking has always been an issue but they have had a good working relationship with their neighbors. They are willing to work with CME and remain within their boundaries. Commissioner Menconi introduced Mr. Mashburn to Mr. Montag and suggested that they work towards a solution. The CME file brought up some issues with the area and he believes the Eagle-Vail area needs some housekeeping. Ernest Brown spoke. He owned the old Napa store on the property. He stated that there were never any problems with traffic. Chairman Runyon stated that the appropriate next step would be to meet with staff and work together on the issues. Commissioner Menconi moved to adjourn as the Board of County Commissioners and re-convene as the Eagle County Liquor Licensing Authority. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Eagle County Liquor License Authority Kathy Scriver, Clerk and Recorder's Office Consent Agenda Renewals A. Beaver Creek Food Services, Inc. d/b/a Broken Arrow Cafe 14 02/05/2008 This is a renewal for a Hotel and Restaurant License with 2 optional premises in Edwards (Arrowhead). There have been no complaints or disturbances in the past year. All the necessary fees have been paid. An Alcohol Management Plan is on file in the Clerk's Office and proof of server training has been provided. B. Pier 13 Liquor, Inc. d/b/a Pier 13 Liquors This is a renewal for a Retail License in Eagle-Vail. There have been no complaints or disturbances in the past year. All the necessary fees have been paid. An Alcohol Management Plan is on file in the Clerk's Office and proof of server training has been provided. C. J. S. & Nikko, Inc. d/b/a Tramonti at the Charter This is a renewal for a Hotel and Restaurant License in Avon (Beaver Creek). There have been no complaints or disturbances in the past year. All the necessary fees have been paid. An Alcohol Management Plan is on file in the Clerk's Office and proof of server training has been provided. D. Edwards Station, LLC d/b/a Edwards Station This is a renewal for a 3.2% Beer License in Edwards. There have been no complaints or disturbances in the past year. All the necessary fees have been paid. An Alcohol Management Plan is on file in the Clerk's Office and proof of server training has been provided. Commissioner Menconi moved that the Board approve the Liquor Consent Agenda for February 5, 2008, consisting ofItems A-D. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Menconi moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Liquor Licensing Authority and re-convene as the Board of County Commissioners. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Fourth Quarter Interest Report Karen Sheaffer, Treasurer Ms. Sheaffer presented the report. She stated that the report was good news and the county made approximately 7% on interest investments this year, which was almost 1 million dollars over budget. The cash balance was down 2.4 million and tax payments were off compared to other years. It appears that the county is in a bit of a transition so she's going to hang onto current investments and see what happens. Chairman Runyon asked about the current investment portfolio. Ms. Sheaffer stated that it was approximately 50 million dollars. There are no additional monies to invest at this time. Commissioner Menconi wondered about the reduction of interest revenues. Ms. Schaeffer believes the county may not have the record year it had in 2007. This will be a different year due to the increase in the tax amount. She believes we'll make the interest revenues because the investments are already tied up in multiple years. John Lewis stated that the increased revenue from 2007 would go into the general fund balance. They saw that interest rates were dropping so they didn't want to boost the projection much higher. If interest rates stay where they are, the county will do better than what is budgeted. If they go down, the county will still be in good shape. Abatement Hearings Assessor/County Attorney's Office Representative Petitioner Name Vail Dover Associates LLC Schedule No. R054964 15 02/05/2008 RBC Investments LLC RBC Investments LLC RBC Investments LLC R045130 R045129 R045128 Chairman Runyon opened public comment Anne Riley Bishop spoke on behalf of Vail Dover Associates LLC and stated that they have no objection to the Assessor's recommendation. Commissioner Fisher moved that the Petitions for Abatement/Refund of Taxes for the following individuals and Schedule Numbers be approved for the tax years, in the amounts, and for the reasons as set forth in the Assessor's recommendation sheets, such recommendations being incorporated into this hearing by reference: Petitioner Name Vail Dover Associates, LLC RBC Investment LLC RBC Investment LLC RBC Investment LLC Schedule No. R054964 R045130 R045129 R045128 Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Planning Files AFP-00259 Berrv Creek Filine 3. Lot 22. Blk 2 Bob Narracci, Planning Department ACTION: The purpose of this Amended Final Plat is to reconfigure the ownership arrangement so that each one half duplex owner will also own one half of the lot versus the current ownership arrangement where in the entire lot is owned in common by both one half duplex owners. LOCATION: 1061 June Creek Rd. side A & B, Edwards FILE NO/PROCESS: OWNER/APPLICANT: REPRESENTATIVE: AFP-00259 / Amended Final Plat Lara & Ryan Dunn (Side B) and Douglas & Lynn Ebersole (Side A) Lara & Ryan Dunn A. PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The intent of this plat is to reconfigure ownership of each one-half duplex and the lot upon which the entire duplex is situated. Currently, each one-half duplex is owned by the Dunns and the Ebersoles, respectively. The balance of the entire lot is held in common ownership by both the Dunns and the Ebersoles. Upon approval of this amended final plat, the ownership arrangement will be reconfigured so that the lot line will bisect the duplex down the party wall and split the lot into two in an east/west configuration so that each one-half duplex will have its own yard. No new development will occur as a result ofthis lot line adjustment. B. SITE DATA: Surrounding Land Uses / Zoning: East: USFS / Resource Preservation West: Residential / PUD North: Residential / PUD 16 02/05/2008 South: Existing Zoning: Total Area: Residential / PUD Berry Creek / Singletree Planned Unit Development 11.15 acres C. STAFF FINDINGS: Pursuant to Section 5-290.G.3. Standards for Amended Final Plat: a. Adjacent property. Review of the Amended Final Plat has determined that the proposed amendment DOES NOT have an adverse effect on adjacent property owners. All adjacent property owners have been notified and none have responded negatively to this proposal. b. Final Plat Consistency. Review of the Amended Final Plat has determined that the proposed amendment IS consistent with the intent of the Final Plat. c. Conformance with Final Plat Requirements. Review of the Amended Final Plat has determined that the proposed amendment DOES conform to the Final Plat requirements and other applicable regulations, policies and guidelines. d. Improvement Agreement. Proposed improvements and/or off-site road improvements agreement ARE adequate. e. Restrictive Plat Note Alteration. DOES NOT Apply D. STAFF CONCLUSION: All applicable Eagle County Land Use Regulations have been satisfied. DISCUSSION: Mr. Narracci presented a PowerPoint presentation that highlighted the details of the file. The intent of the amended final plat is to reconfigure the existing ownership arrangement so that the lot line will split the entire lot into two. He stated that there were no outstanding issues and the requirements had been met. Chairman Runyon opened public comment. There was none. He closed public comment. Commissioner Fisher moved to approve file No. AFP-00259 Berry Creek Filing 3, Lot 22, Blk 2 Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. LUR-0080 Eco-Build CommerciallMulti-Familv Adam Palmer, Planning Department NOTE: ACTION: Tabled from 1/22/2008 The purpose of this Land Use Amendment by Eagle County is to amend the Land Use Regulations, which, if approved, would expand the current Eco-Build efficient building code regulations to apply to all commercial/mixed use/multi-family new construction and major expansion projects in unincorporated Eagle County. As proposed, the code would award projects exceeding compliance by offering a 25% rebate on their building permit. Conversely, projects not meeting compliance would have a cash-in-lieu penalty. Any funds collected would go into the Eco-Build fund which can only be used for renewable energy and energy efficiency in Eagle County. LOCATION: N/A 17 02/05/2008 FILE NO./PROCESS: PROJECT NAME: LOCATION: OWNER: APPLICANT: REPRESENTATIVE: LUR-0080 / Land Use Regulation Amendment Eco-Build Commercial Not Applicable Not Applicable Staff Staff 1. PROJECT DESCRIPTION A. SUMMARY: Proposed is a Land Use Regulation amendment, which, if approved, would amend Article 4 of the Land Use Regulations to include the Eco-Build CommerciallMulti-Family Efficient Building Code. This would complement the existing Eco-Build Residential Efficient Building Code. The intent of the Eco-Build program is to promote energy efficient structures, use of environmentally friendly materials, and reduce on- and off-site impacts during and after construction. The draft Eco-Build CommerciallMulti-Family Efficient Building Code is points-based in nature and would apply to new construction, as well as additions over 50% of existing floor area. As proposed, projects would need to meet 70 points to receive certification prior to occupancy. Those exceeding 100 points would be eligible for a 25% building permit rebate (not to exceed $5000). Those not meeting the 70-point minimum would face a fee penalty. Any funds collected would go into the existing Eco-Build Fund which can only be used to help fund energy efficiency and renewable energy projects in Eagle County with special consideration toward affordable housing/low mcome. B. PLANNING COMMISSION DELffiERATION SUMMARY & MOTION: The Eagle County Planning Commission voted 6-0 in favor of the amendment on December 19,2007. Discussion included current status of the Eco-Build program, as well as the letter from the Town of Basalt. Also discussed were the line items allowing for reduced parking, location/proximity to community centers or public transit. While the ECPC was comfortable with the parking line item, they thought the location proximity (previously 1.3) was unnecessary. Staff agreed, while location and transportation impacts of a project are important, they will be better handled under the draft SCI Sustainable Community Index. The Roaring Fork Valley Regional Planning Commission voted 5-0 in favor ofLUR-0080 December 20, 2007. Deliberation was brief and there were no proposed changes/conditions. 2. STAFF REPORT A. NECESSARY FINDINGS: PROCESS INTENT ECLUR Section: 5-230 Amendments to the Text of These Land Use Regulations or Official Zone District Map Section Purpose: The purpose of this Section is to provide a means for changing the boundaries of the Official Zone District Map or any other map incorporated in these Regulations 18 02/05/2008 Standards: by reference, and for changing the text of these Land Use Regulations. It is not intended to relieve particular hardships, or to confer special privileges or rights on any person, but only to make necessary adjustments in light of changed conditions. Section 5-230.D. No change in zoning shall be allowed unless in the sole discretion of the Board of County Commissioners, the change is justified in that the advantages of the use requested substantially outweigh the disadvantages to the County and neighboring lands. In making such a determination, the Planning Commission and the Board of County Commissioners shall consider the application submittal requirements and standards. There are no specific standards directly applicable for changing the text of the Land Use Regulations. B. STAFF DISCUSSION: Pursuant to Chapter 1, Eagle County Land Use Regulations Section 1.15.04 Referrals. the proposed amendments HAVE been referred to the appropriate agencies, including all towns within Eagle County, registered homeowner associations, design review boards, architecture and engineering firms, Division of Wildlife, and to the Colorado Division of Local Affairs; Pursuant to Chapter 1, Eagle County Land Use Regulations Section 1.15.05 Public Notice, Public notice HAS been given; Pursuant to Chapter 2, Eagle County Land Use Regulations Section 5-230.B.2 Text Amendment: a. The proposed amendments AMEND ONLY THE TEXT to include Chapter II, Article 4, Section 4- 900 of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations and DO NOT amend the Official Zone District Map. b. Precise wording of the proposed changes HAS been provided (please see attached) Pursuant to Chapter 2, Eagle County Land Use Regulations Section 5-230.D., Standards for the review of Amendments to the Text of the Land Use Regulations, as applicable. STANDARD: Consistency with the Comprehensive Plan. [Section 5-230.D.l] Does the proposed amendment consider the purposes and intents of the Comprehensive Plan, all ancillary County adopted Specialty and Community Plan documents, and is it consistent with all relevant goals, policies, implementation strategies and Future Land Use Map designations including but not necessarily limited to the following: Section 3.2 Section 3.3 Section 3.4 Section 3.5 Section 3.6 Section 3.7 Section 3.8 Section 3.9 Section 3.10 Section 4 General Development Economic Resources Housin2 Infrastructure and Services Water Resources Wildlife Resources Sensitive Lands Environmental Oualitv Future Land Use Map Adopted Area Community Plans Policies a, c, e, f, g, h, i and k Policies b, c, d, e, f, h, j, m and 0 Policies a, d, e, g and n Policies a, c, g, i, j, k, m and 0 Policies a, b, c, d, e, f, g, hand i Policies a, b, c, d, e, f and i Policies a, c, e and g Policies a, cand d Policy a All relevant goals, policies and FLUM designations The proposal is consistent with the Policies listed above, and is most directly tied to Policy d of Section 3.9 and its associated goals and actions which states the following: d. Energy Efficiency and the reduction of overall energy consumption should be a primary goal for future operations and developments in Eagle County. 19 02/05/2008 This amendment will not result in any change to the Future Land Use Map or its application. EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS NOT APPLICABLE STANDARD: Compatible with Surrounding Uses. [Section 5-230.D.2] Does the proposal provide compatibility with the type, intensity, character and scale of existing and permissible land uses surrounding the subject property? Dimensional limitations of the proposed zone district, when applied, should result in development that will be harmonious with the physical character of existing neighborhood(s} surrounding the subject property. The issue of compatibility does not directly pertain to this proposal. EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS X NOT APPLICABLE STANDARD: Public Benefit. [Section 5-230.D.3] Does the proposal address a demonstrated community need or otherwise result in one or more particular public benefits that offset the impacts of the proposed uses requested, including but not limited to: Affordable local resident housing; child care facilities; multi- modal transportation, public recreational opportunities; infrastructure improvements; preservation of agriculture/sensitive lands. As discussed in the Comprehensive Plan, energy costs are a significant leak in our local economy; efficiency measures help retain this leakage. Energy efficiency helps the environment both during construction and for the life of the building. Environmentally friendly materials reduce impacts during construction. Use oflocal materials helps to support local small business owners. Donating surplus materials or deconstructed materials to local used building material exchanges helps to reduce waste in the landfill, while providing a local source for lower cost materials. Local renewable energy helps to support local renewable energy contractors, and contributes to local energy sustainability. There are numerous public benefits that arise out of adoption of the Eco-Build code. X EXCEEDSMINIMUMSTANDARDS MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS NOT APPLICABLE STANDARD: Change of Circumstances. [Section 5-230.DA] Does the proposal address or respond to a beneficial material change that has occurred to the immediate neighborhood or to the greater Eagle County community? The adoption of Eco-Build residential was a bold step forward in making Eagle County a leader in energy efficiency. B EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS 20 02/05/2008 o DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS [K] NOT APPLICABLE STANDARD: Adequate Infrastructure. [Section 5-230.D.5] Is the property subject to the proposal served by adequate roads, water, sewer and other public use facilities? This amendment will not result in the need for new infrastructure. EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOESNOTMEETMIN~STANDARDS X NOT APPLICABLE B. REFERRAL RESPONSES: See attached letters from the Town of Basalt and Town of Avon. Also see attached response letter to Town of Basalt. Additional Referral Agencies - This proposal was referred to the following agencies: . Eagle County: Attorney's Office; Animal Services; Assessor; ECO Trailsffransit; Environmental Health; Housing Division; Road and Bridge Department; School District; Sheriff's Office; Wildfire Mitigation Specialist; . All private planningfirms in Eagle County; . All private engineering and surveyingfirms in Eagle County; . All listed private architectural and construction firms in Eagle County and surrounding region; . Colorado State: CDOT; Department of Local Affairs; Division of Water Resources; Colorado Division of Wildlife; Forest Service; Geological Survey; Water Conservation Board; . Bureau of Land Management; Natural resource Conservation Service (USDA); US Army Corps of Engineers; US Forest Service; . Ambulance District; Fire Districts; Excel Energy; Qwest/Century/San Isabel Telecom; Special Districts; . CDHPE Air and Water Divisions; Eagle Valley Home Builders Association; AIA; . Town of Eagle, Town of Minturn, Town of Red Cliff, Town of Vail, Town of Gypsum. As of the time of this writing, responses from the Town of Avon and the Town of Basalt were received and are attached. c. SUMMARY ANALYSIS: Benefits/Disadvantages Benefits: . Currently there is a gap in the regulations since Eco-Build is in place for residential structures being built but nothing is in place for commercial structures, which on average use more energy and resources than residences. Eco-Build Commercial would close that gap. . As previously mentioned, the goal of the Eco-Build program is to promote energy efficient structures, use of environmentally friendly materials, and reduce impacts. This would help attain that goal. . The checklist for the program is reasonably simple to fill out in relation to most other 'green building' certifications that exist elsewhere. This program is administered and enforced locally. Structures are inspected at framing and insulation for compliance with the submitted checklist, then a final walkthrough is done prior to occupancy. . Helps to continue to place Eagle County as a leader in energy efficient construction. . The code raises the bar from what is currently in place, but is reasonable and attainable. . The phase-in of the code would be relatively smooth as has been demonstrated by Eco-Build residential. 21 02/05/2008 Disadvantages: · The code does add an additional layer of administration and enforcement. · Administration and enforcement of the code would require additional staff time. Adequate staff resources are currently in place to meet this additional demand. · As in Eco-Build residential, the proposal regulates exterior uses of energy such as snowmelt over 200 square feet, outdoor pools, and hot tubs over 64 square feet. Fees would be assessed unless onsite renewable energy systems meet at least 50% of the energy uses of these amenities. While this has impacted some residential projects, the fees will be used for effective mitigation as described earlier in this report. · The code has some requirements for combustion analysis testing, air leakage testing, recycling, and insulation. These would need to be effectively communicated by staff so that builders are not caught off guard during construction. / Also, a clearinghouse of infonnation/local contacts would need to be created to assist builders. · As with any land use regulation, a phase-in period would be necessary to bring the construction community up to speed and allow projects close to submittal under the previous code to continue as designed. D. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OPTIONS: 1. Approve the LUR-0080 Eco-Build request without conditions if it is determined that the petition will not adversely affect the public health, safety, and welfare and the proposed use is attuned with the immediately adjacent and nearby neighborhood properties and uses and the proposal is in compliance with both the Eagle County Land Use Regulations and with the guidelines ofthe Eagle County Comprehensive Plan (and/or other applicable master plans). 2. Deny LUR-0080 Eco-Build if it is determined that the petition will adversely affect the public health, safety, and welfare and/or the proposed use is not attuned with the immediately adjacent and nearby neighborhood properties and uses and the proposal is not in compliance with both the Eagle County Land Use Regulations and with the guidelines of the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan (and/or other applicable master plans). 3. Table LUR-0080 Eco-Build if additional information is required to fully evaluate the petition. Give specific direction to the petitioner and staff. 4. Approve LUR-0080 Eco-Build with conditions and/or performance standards if it is determined that certain conditions and/or performance standards are necessary to ensure public, health, safety, and welfare and/or enhances the attunement of the use with the immediately adjacent and nearby neighborhood properties and uses and the proposal is in compliance with both the Eagle County Land Use Regulations and with the guidelines ofthe Eagle County Comprehensive Plan (and/or other applicable master plans). (None) DISCUSSION: Mr. Palmer presented the proposed amendment to the Eagle County Land Use Regulations for the inclusion of the Eco-Build commercial code. The amendment will include commercial/multi-family efficient building code. The Eco-Build residential code was adopted in April of 2006 and since the program has been put in place, the county has received about $212,000 dollars in Eco-Build fees. This money is earmarked for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects in Eagle County. The Eco-Build commercial draft began in July 2007. They came up with a similar points based concept as the current Eco-Build residential. He thanked everyone on the Eco-build committee for their participation. The committee goals for 2008 are to create the commercial draft, make funding recommendations to the board quarterly, and revisit/amend Eco-Build residential regulations. He provided an overview ofEco-Build Commercial's five sections. The five sections include, site and water conservation, 22 02/05/2008 recycle/reuse of materials, energy, renewable energy, and indoor air quality. He highlighted some of the changes and notable items. Both the Planning Commission and staff support the two conditions as presented. Chairman Runyon opened public comment. There was none. He closed public comment. Commissioner Fisher thanked Adam and his co-workers for their work on the program. She believes this is the perfect first step. Chairman Runyon asked if there has been a lot of push back. Mr. Palmer stated that he hadn't received any comments from the major commercial builders in the valley and he doesn't believe there is a lot of concern with meeting these requirements. Chairman Runyon stated that the building community is realizing that building Eco-friendly is marketable and people fmd it appealing. Commissioner Menconi moved to approve file no. LUR-0080 Eco-Build Commercial/Multi-Family including the proposed conditions. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Proposed conditions: 1. A 90-day phase-in period be put in place to allow time for communication and planning before the amendment becomes regulatory. 2. Remove line item 1.3 which reads "Community connection: site is within 1/4 mile of public transportation, 3/4 of a community center." There being no further business before t Attest: 23 02/05/2008