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Minutes 03/11/08 Present: Peter Runyon Sara Fisher Am Menconi Bruce Baumgartner Bryan Treu Robert Morris Kathy Scriver PUBLIC HEARING March 11,2008 Chairman Commissioner Commissioner County Manager County Attorney Deputy County Attorney 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: FEBRUARY 2008 BILL PAYING AND PAYROLL 911 FUND QWEST NOMAD TECHNOLOGIES LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES CENTURYTEL HEALTH INSURANCE FUND UNITED STATES LIFE INSURANCE SUSPENSE FUND MUTUAL OF OMAHA LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY AFLAC INSURANCE RESERVE FUND RED CANYON AUTO BODY COUNTY TECHNICAL SERVICES A V TECH ELECTRONICS INCORPORATED ARTWORKS THE ALPINE COLLISION INCORPORATED MOTOR POOL FUND ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY VISA CARD SERVICES US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS UNITED STATES WELDING TOWN OF GYPSUM TIRE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS SUSPENSE FUND STEWART AND STEVENSON POWER STEEL INC SNAP ON INDUSTRIAL PREMIER TIRE TERMINAL \ SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE $6,470.17 $850.00 $26.92 $178.03 $7,525.12 SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE $1,393.40 $890.76 $4,877.39 $4,799.96 $3.188.18 $15,149.69 SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE $8,716.12 $8,637.23 $180.38 $310.00 $3.825.60 $21,669.33 SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $102.97 $2,435.29 $119.40 $123.42 $3,063.93 $418.12 $957.98 $29.60 $656.16 $5,528.70 $4,543.10 $124.72 $194.74 $741.34 $314.96 1 03/11/08 POWER MOTIVE POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY PAPER WISE OJ WATSON COMPANY INCORPORATED NOVUS AUTOGLASS NAPA AUTO PARTS MAIN AUTO PARTS MACDONALD EQUIPMENT COMPANY M AND M AUTO PARTS LONGFIN SERVICES, LLC LAWSON PRODUCTS HONNEN EQUIPMENT HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC HENSLEY BATTERY AND ELECTRONICS HANSON EQUIPMENT GOODYEAR WHOLESALE TIRE CENTERS GLENWOOD SPRINGS CHRYSLER DODGE INCORPORATED GLENWOOD NATIONAL TRANSMISSION INCORPORATED GILLIG CORPORATION DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES DOCTORS ON CALL CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN CRAIG POFF COUNTY TECHNICAL SERVICES COLLETTS CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING CASTLE PEAK AUTOMOTIVE BURT DODGE CHRYSLER JEEP IN PARKER INCORPORATED BURT CHEVROLET BILLINGS KAR KOLOR INCORPORATED BERTHOD MOTORS AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED A AND E TIRE INCORPORATED FEBRUARY 2008 PAYROLL LANDFILL FUND XEROX CORPORATION, INC WESTERN SLOPE BAR VISA CARD SERVICES VAIL HONEYWAGON LID VAIL ELECTRONICS VAIL DAILY US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SUSPENSE FUND SAN ISABEL TELECOM INCORPORATED QWEST KRWCONSULTING KEMP AND COMPANY INCORPORATED GREAT AMERICAN LEASING EAGLE VALLEY ALLIANCE FOR SUST AINABILITY DUANE L PENNEY, INC DOWN VALLEY SEPTIC AND DRAIN COUNTY TECHNICAL SERVICES CORPORATE EXPRESS 2 03/11/08 SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $821.40 $447.17 $140.81 $1,229.75 $1,416.27 $172.96 $2.49 $292.28 $777.10 $96.40 $330.07 $65.85 $1,898.60 $275.84 $269.47 $732.61 $88.44 $510.94 $1,910.37 $5,164.35 $105.00 $747.89 $323.ol $1,463.94 $164,348.30 $323.02 $43.20 $210.64 $132.93 $28.00 $818.18 $45.57 $7.476.38 5212,063.66 577,513.87 PAYROLL4&5 SERVICE SUPPLIES~SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES 520.00 $114.95 $329.34 $1,572.36 5547.50 $923.88 $826.20 $3,476.42 $117.42 $1,224.50 $4,099.94 $315.86 $26.00 $75,000.00 52,782.50 $720.00 $1,317.54 $214.82 / BARNES DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $78.37 AMERIGAS SERVICE $3.640.51 $97,348.11 FEBRUARY 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 4 & 5 $45,036.91 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND COLORADO DOORWAYS SERVICE $544.64 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED SERVICE $813.33 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $1,350.57 VALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $348.48 SUPERIOR DRYWALL SUPPLIES $24,041.00 SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT CO SUPPLIES $1,782.88 SABO ELECTRIIC, INC SERVICE $13,336.80 PAINT BUCKET SUPPLIES $924.50 NEW WORLD SYSTEMS SERVICE $16,411.74 MATRIX SYSTEMS, INC SERVICE $17,985.75 JOES WALLBOARD AND SUPPLY SUPPLIES $95.00 INSUL VAIL, LLC SUPPLIES $6,750.00 BY AC SUPPLY SUPPLIES $12.64 HAMMOND CUSTOM BUILDERS LLC SUPPLIES $11,513.27 GOVCONNECTION INCORPORATED SERVICE $4,406.41 FLORIDA MICRO SERVICE $66.57 ENERGOV SOLUTIONS LLC SERVICE $98,745.60 EATON ELECTRIC SERVICE $792.00 EAGLE COUNTY PLUMBING & HEATING, INC SERVICE $4,273.33 ANIXTER COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE $2,179.15 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES ~ 5206,463.21 OPEN SPACE FUND UPPER EAGLE REGIONAL WATER AUTHORITY SERVICE $2,772.00 AMERICAN CIVIL CONSTRUCTORS SERVICE $20.000.00 $22,772.00 HAZARDOUS MATERIAL FUND VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $2,282.52 MCI COMMERCIAL SERVICE SERVICE $29.05 INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC SERVICE $775.80 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES SERVICE $719.44 DIVISION OF FIRE SAFETY SERVICE $90.00 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES $254.00 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES lliill $4,333.94 HOUSING FUND VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $480.15 VAIL DAILY SERVICE $16.00 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $1,387.01 KIM BELL WILLIAMS REIMBURSEMENT $1,106.72 FUNDING PARTNERS FOR HOUSING SOLUTIONS SERVICE $36,933.00 CENTURYTEL SERVICE $156.68 AVID ONLINE DESIGNS LLC SERVICE .mm $40,177.56 FEBRUARY 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 4&5 $8,566.19 3 03/11/08 800 MHZ FUND QWEST CORPORATION QWEST MCI WORLDCOM LEGACY COMMUNICATIONS INCORPORATED HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC CENTURYTEL OF EAGLE AIRPORT FUND ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE XEROX CORPORATION, INC WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY WORKRITE WESTERN SLOPE BAR WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY VISA CARD SERVICES VAIL DAILY TOWN OF GYPSUM TIRE DISTRffiunON SYSTEMS SUSPENSE FUND SUMMITEX LLC STANDARD SIGNS INCORPORATED SKYLINE MECHANICAL INCORPORATED SERVICEMASTER CLEAN OF VAIL SERCO ORKIN EXTERMINATIANG COMPANY OJ WATSON COMPANY INCORPORATED NEXTEL MYSLIK INCORPORATED MOUNTAIN RADIOLOGY MOORE MEDICAL CORPORATION METEORLOGIX MEDTRONIC EMERGENCY RESPONSE SYSTEMS, INC MCI COMMERCIAL SERVICE LAMINATION SERVICE INCORPORATED KODIAK NORTHWEST KELLEY TRUCKING INCORPORATED INDIAN SPRINGS SPECIALTY PRODUCTS INCORPORATED HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC HA VENERS TRUCKING TOWING GENESIS, INC EMERGENCY SYSTEMS EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING DISH NETWORK COUNTY TECHNICAL SERVICES CORPORATE EXPRESS COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH COLLETTS CENTURYTEL COOT CARTER AND BURGESS INCORPORATED AMERICAN ASSOCIATION AIRPORT EXECUTIVES ALLIANCE MECHANICAL INC 4 03/11/08 SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE $2,900.00 $291.48 $6,509.68 $39,448.56 $7,434.63 ~ $56,779.39 SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE $112.80 $392.62 $634.86 $1,148.81 $197.65 $395.81 $39.96 $6,325.22 $4,402.74 $455.05 $636.10 $6,365.98 $189.32 $2,407.30 $297.00 $2,043.25 $16,013.10 $665.28 $324.28 $1,369.58 $7,228.88 $294.00 $78.56 $143.91 $85.39 $1.58 $879.00 $444.50 $401,727.95 $917.43 $8,494.10 52,500.00 $15,000.00 $960.00 $85.00 $65.98 $1,024.76 $78.59 $119.96 $24,088.28 $3,174.58 $4,950.00 $896,963.50 $150.00 $1,160.00 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLIES INC SUPPLIES $417.57 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES 5202.03 51,415,652.26 FEBRUARY 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 4&5 5119,378.65 SALES TAX E.V. TRAnAlil VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $1,997.36 UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD SERVICE $12,132.27 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $189.64 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES $125.39 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SUPPLIES $210.73 XCEL ENERGY SERVICE $563.70 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED SERVICE $167.16 V AIL V ALLEY COMMUNITY TELEVISION CHANNEL 5 SERVICE $275.00 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICE $1,297.53 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICE $888.73 TOWN OF AVON SERVICE $1,000.00 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $15,220.20 STATE OF COLORADO SERVICE $5.00 SILVER CREEK DEVELOPMENT SERVICE $2,200.00 SERVICEMASTER CLEAN OF VAIL SERVICE $2,991.00 SERCK SERVICES INCORPORATED SERVICE $918.62 SAFETY VISION LP SERVICE $867.64 QWEST SERVICE $160.00 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES $397.12 PAPER WISE SUPPLIES $190.72 MILLENNIUM TOWING AND RECOVERY SERVICE $550.00 LOGOS YOUR WAY, INC SERVICE $2,072.99 KELLEY S. COLLIER REIMBURSEMENT $19.48 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $2,571.54 GFI GENF ARE SERVICE $128.04 DOCTORS ON CALL SERVICE $265.00 COUNTY TECHNICAL SERVICES SERVICE $1,317.54 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $229.60 COLUMBINE MARKET SUPPLIES $21.76 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE $74.74 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $4,949.30 C & H DISTRIBUTORS, LLC SUPPLIES $552.84 BUFFALO RIDGE AFFORDABLE HOUSING SERVICE $7,580.00 AT&T SERVICE $150.54 APEX SECURITY SERVICE $499.20 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES ~ 562,837.13 FEBRUARY 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 4&5 53,225.72 WRAP FUND WHITE RIVER COUNSELING SERVICE lliQ.OO $250.00 SOCIAL SERVICES FUND VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $5,113.16 TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SERVICES SERVICE $36.00 SWEEP STAKES UNLIMITED SERVICE $35.00 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $13,344.29 STATE FORMS CENTER SUPPLIES $226.00 5 03/11/08 ROARING FORK. FAMILY PHYSICIANS PC SERVICE $177.00 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES $33.54 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING SERVICE $418.66 LYONS, KATHLEEN REIMBURSEMENT $18.63 LEXISNEXIS, SERVICE $48.50 JUSTIN FINESTONE REIMBURSEMENT $479.70 JURYS WASHINGTON HOTEL SERVICE $1,150.75 GARFIELD COUNTY SHERIFF SERVICE $55.32 FRED PRYOR SEMINARS/CAREER TRACK SERVICE $159.00 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS SERVICE $7,156.50 EAGLE V ALLEY PRINTING SERVICE $348.75 EAGLE RIVER YOUTH COALmON SERVICE $100.00 EAGLE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE SERVICE $41.60 DOREEN CONSTANTINE REIMBURSEMENT $359.64 DARLENE MONTANO REIMBURSEMENT $180.01 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $57.61 COLLEEN OSHIER REIMBURSEMENT $900.00 CHRIS MORTON REIMBURSEMENT $150.00 CATHERINE ZAKOIAN, M.A. SERVICE $168.75 BETHANIE LINDAL SERVICE $450.00 AMY DAVIS REIMBURSEMENT $218.08 AIDAN FLEMING REIMBURSEMENT $248.67 ADELA JIMENEZ REIMBURSEMENT w..!l2 $31,718.25 FEBRUARY 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 4&5 5137,019.02 EARLY CHILDHOOD FUND VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $429.49 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $609.04 PEDRO J RODRIGUEZ REIMBURSEMENT $300.00 KRIS SNA YO REIMBURSEMENT $86.68 F AMIL Y LEARNING CENTER SERVICE $30,000.00 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS SERVICE $9,625.00 EAGLE V ALLEY CHILD CARE CENTER SERVICE $27,500.00 BLUE LAKE PRESCHOOL SERVICE $15.000.00 $83,550.21 FEBRUARY 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 4&5 511,732.12 SALES TAX EV TRANSPORTATION FEBRUARY 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 4 &5 $276,970.24 ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND Y AMPA V ALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION SERVICE $154.90 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $41.20 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED SERVICE $101.72 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $36.91 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICE $370.53 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICE $253.79 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $9,332.18 SOPRIS ARCHITECTURE SERVICE 51,575.00 PARKER, RHONDA REIMBURSEMENT $57.85 PAPER WISE SUPPLIES $54.46 ONEILL, KERRY REIMBURSEMENT $75.00 NAPA AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES $44.48 LAFARGE CORPORATION INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $13,473.52 6 03/11/08 HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC GMCO CORPORATION EAGLE VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER COUNTY TECHNICAL SERVICES COPY PLUS COLORADO CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION CARTER AND BURGESS INCORPORATED BRATTON ENTERPRISE INCORPORATED BLAKE MARTIN FEBRUARY 2008 PAYROLL GENERAL FUND US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS MIKE MCWILLIAM ZINNA FAMILY TRUST ZERO TO THREE YOUR PERSONAL CHEF Y AMPA V ALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION XEROX CORPORATION, INC XCEL ENERGY WYNTTAYLOR WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY WRIGHT WATER ENGINEERS WOMEN'S PROFESSIONAL RODEO-ASSOCIATION WOLF & SLATKIN P.C. WIRTH, COLLEEN WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES WESTERN SLOPE CENTER FOR CHILDREN WELLS FARGO WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED VISA CARD SERVICES VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED VERIFICATIONS, INC. VAX SERVE, INC VALLEY VIEW HOSPITAL VALLEY LUMBER VAIL VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER VAIL NET VAIL MOUNTAIN COFFEE ROASTERS VAIL HONEYWAGON LID VAIL ELECTRONICS VAIL DAILY USPCA NATIONAL SECRETARY US FOOD SERVICE INCORPORATED US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS URISA UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE UNITED SITE SERVICES UNITED PARCEL SERVICE TYLER TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED TRI COUNTY FIRE PROTECTION TRANE COMPANY TRAJEN FLIGHT SUPPORT, DBA ATLANTIC AVIATION TRAF 0 TERIA SYSTEMS 7 03111/08 SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT $734.35 $2,237.79 $80.00 $878.36 $44.95 $210.00 $57,880.72 $380.34 $61.42 $88,079.47 $152,854.28 PAYROLL 4&5 SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE $13,867.04 $17.20 $71,440.00 $78.00 $344.00 $152.42 $4,339.73 $674.48 $30.00 $313.55 $909.40 $100.00 $35.00 $89.98 $455.75 $100.00 $623,153.54 $1,808.73 $42,111.62 $4,996.19 $880.35 $2,669.38 $1,045.33 $244.61 $211.10 $11.95 $4.00 $78.62 $3,291.00 $191.47 $80.00 $3,162.12 $11,241.00 $150.00 $70.00 $434.70 $334.15 $15,912.00 $142.00 $668.15 $906.20 $277.91 TOWN OF VAIL TOWN OF EAGLE TOWN OF BRECKENRIDJE TONI BERNS TODD BONATTI TIM COMROE THOMPSON WEST GROUP THOMAS, CHERYL THK ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED THE VETERAN JOURNAL INCORPORATED THE TAMIS CORPORATION THE TACTICAL TAILOR, INC THE PARENTS HANDBOOK THE OLD GYPSUM PRINTER, INC THE BARSNESS LAW FIRM, P.C. TERESA AVILA SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER SUSPENSE FUND SULLAN SANDGRUND SMITH & PERCZAK, P.C. STERICYCLE INCORPORATED STEPHANIE GLENWRIGHT STEAMMASTER STATE OF COLORADO SONORA MANSKE SOFTWARE SPECTRUM SNOWWHITE LINEN SINTON DAIRY COMPANY SIMON PROPERTY SERVICES SHERI MINTZ SHAREE WETTSTEIN SHAPINS ASSOCIATES SHANNON CORDINGL Y SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION SHAINHOL TZ TODD H DDS SENDER & WASSERMAN P.C. SECURITY TRANSPORT SERVICES INCORPORATED SCULL YS ART OFFICE AND DRAFTING SUPPLIES SCOTT NICHOLLS SCHURR, NP, NANCY SAWAYA ROSE KALPLAN PC SARA J FISHER RUTH A SHARP, PC RSC - RENTAL SERVICE CORP RRC ASSOCIATES ROSIE MORENO ROCKY MOUNTAIN VALUATION ROCKY MOUNTAIN RECORDS ROCKY MOUNTAIN RAIL AUTHORITY ROCKY MOUNTAIN INFORMATION NETWORK. ROBIN L. FRITZ RENEE DUBUISSON REES CONSULTING INCORPORATED RED CANYON CAFE RAC TRANSPORT COMPANY INCORPORATED RA NELSON AND ASSOCIATES, INC. 8 03/11/08 SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE $28.60 $3,293.85 $325.00 $86.40 $21.00 $132.85 $121.00 $78.17 $467.00 $1,500.00 $653.40 $559.95 $450.00 $500.25 $11.50 $250.12 $1,829.32 $1,642,971.41 $165.00 $1,351.33 $30.00 $6,840.37 $472.56 $899.13 $115,649.28 $580.90 $423.46 $2,370.00 $179.19 $16.20 $4,326.06 $264.65 $2,504.3 I $374.00 $9.10 $927.73 $918.00 $1,439.54 $153.90 $68.66 $36.45 $3.78 $115.00 $915.00 $800.00 $21,000.00 $46.50 $500.00 $250.00 $118.44 $75.23 $1,620.00 5965.35 5137.38 51,63525 RANDS NORTHEAST LLC QWEST QUILL CORPORATION QUEST DIAGNOSTICS PUBLIC TRUSTEES ASSOCIATION OF COLORADO PSS INCORPORATED PROPERTY INSIGHT PROACTIVE NETWORK MANAGEMENT CORPORATION PRINTRITE PRCA INCORPORATED POSTMASTER EAGLE BRANCH PITNEY BOWES PINYON MESA AUTOMATICS PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING PEPPERDINES MARKING PRODUCTS LTD PATRICK JOHNSON PAT NOLAN PAPER WISE PAINT BUCKET OSM DELIVERY LLC ORTEN CAVANAGH RICHMOND & HOLMES, LLC ORKIN EXTERMINATIANG COMPANY OPTICS PLANET INCORPORATED OMNI INTERLOCKEN COMPANY LLC OMNI DISTRIBUTION INCORPORATED O'DELL AND SILBURN, LLC. OC TANNER NUNN, NORMAN, L NU CARE PHARMACEUTICALS NRA NICOLETT FLATER ASSOCIATES NAPA AUTO PARTS MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY MURRAY DAHL MOUNTAIN STATES EMPLOYERS COUNCIL INCORPORATED MOUNTAIN POWERSPORTS MOUNTAIN COMMUNICATIONS MOORE MEDICAL CORPORATION MOFFET CONSULTING MOBILE VISION MID VALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT MICRO PLASTICS METRO PATHOLOGISTS MERCKATL MEADOW MOUNTAIN PLUMBING MCMAHAN AND ASSOCIATES LLC MCCAULLEY, REBECCA, T MARSHALL & SWIFT LLC MARKS PLUMBING PARTS LOZOYO VELEZ, CARMEN LORI SIEFERS LINDA MAGGIORE LffiERTY ACQUISITIONS LEGACY COMMUNICATIONS INCORPORATED LEAVENWORTH AND KARP 9 03/11/08 SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE $198.25 $7,177.90 $12.25 $854.91 $350.00 $403.29 $3,760.00 $354.72 $164.85 $1,300.00 $5,458.00 $153.00 $59.00 $1,428.93 $55.35 $189.58 $241.1 5 $5,832.30 $71.22 $468.00 $49.60 $436.09 $199.00 $1,548.00 $1,474.04 $13.30 $1,754.45 $20.70 $99.78 $35.00 $1,900.00 $2.77 $656.86 $9,103.62 $150.00 $205.27 $96.00 $510.51 $8,836.28 $157.70 $381.94 $94.82 $1,280.00 $938,630.00 $1,218.24 $10,000.00 $1,578.00 $231.95 $294.39 $213.84 $51.87 $66.42 $62.00 $13,988.00 $55.00 LAW OFFICES OF ROHN K ROBBINS, LLS LASER JUNCTION LAF ARGE CORPORATION INCORPORATED LA QUINTA KZYR COOL RADIO LLC KOZINSKI, DIXIE KIM ERICKSON KEVIN A CHANDLER KERST, MIKE KELLEY BLUE BOOK KEITH MONTAG JOM PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICES, INC JOHN ANGLIN JOAN HOZA RIGOLI JIM DUKE JILL M. BARON JILL HUNSAKER JERRY MASTER JANITORIAL SERVICES INC JENNIFER CUEVAS JENNIE W AHRER JEFFERSON COUNTY JEAN NUNN JAY MAX SALES JARA DIVERSIFIED SERVICES JAMES H THERRELL IV JAMES C. STECKER INTERNAP NETWORK SYSTEMS INGEO SYSTEMS, INC. IDENTIX ICC IAEI HV AC SUPPLY HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES HIGH PERFORMANCE LASERWORKS INCORPORATED HENRY SCHEIN HAMPTON INN GREAT AMERICAN LEASING GOVCONNECTION INCORPORATED GOLDLEAF FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS, INC GLENN PADGETT GEMPLERS INCORPORATED GALLS INCORPORAT AED FSH COMMUNICATIONS LLC FRED PRYOR SEMINARS, INC FLORIDA MICRO FIRKINS GARAGE DOORS INCORPORATED FIRE SPRINKLER SERVICES FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INCORPORATED FEDERAL EXPRESS FARRELL AND SELDIN EVERETT FAMILY FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY ESRI ERIC LOVGREN 10 03/11/08 SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT $11.90 $90.00 $262.86 $383.30 $1,700.00 $125.00 $465.14 $15,000.00 $468.23 $60.00 $8.00 $451.58 $465.14 $10.00 $8.40 $48.60 $76.14 $275.00 $17.ol $200.00 $36.96 $270.00 $850.64 $123.89 $30.00 $20.20 $2,427.40 $1,000.00 $719.42 $310.50 $345.00 $9.55 $278.72 $23,166.23 $75.00 $1,328.00 $396.28 $324.00 $1,294.28 $498.95 $285.00 $465.14 $24.35 $2,650.82 $70.00 $99.00 $2,106.00 $315.00 $4,847.75 $12.37 $421.81 $62.88 $1,000.00 $24,768.20 $240.05 EPS DESIGN AND PRINT EAGLE V ALLEY PRINTING EAGLE V ALLEY CHILD CARE CENTER EAGLE RIVER YOUTH COALITION EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION EAGLE PHARMACY EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER EAGLE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE EAGLE COUNTY REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY EAGLE COUNTY HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES EAGLE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER EAGLE CARE MEDICAL CLINIC DOREEN CONSTANTINE DONALD BURNHAM JR DOLPHIN CAPITAL CORPORATION DOCTORS ON CALL DIVISION OF D.R.MYERS DISTRIBUTING CO INC. DENNIS WILLEY DECATUR ELECTRONICS DBA ZACH'S MOUNTAIN DELI DAVID BARTHOLOMEW DAVID A BAUER DAN SPARKMAN DAN CORCORAN PLS DALY PROPERTY SERVICES CUT-RATE BATTERIES, INC CRL ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED COWBOY CATERING COVA COUNTY OF FREMONT CORPORATE EXPRESS COpy PLUS CONNIE COOPER-ROSCOE COMMSYS TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH COLORADO WEED MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY COLORADO STATE PATROL FAMILY FOUNDATION COLORADOSTATEFORESTSERV~E COLORADO STATE 4 H OFFICE COLORADO SECRETARY OF STATE COLORADO PROFESSIONALS IN ONSITE WASTEWATER COLORADO MUNICIPAL LEAGUE COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH COLORADO DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURE COLORADO COUNTY WEED SUPERVISOR ASSOCIATION COLORADO COMMERCIAL SERVICE INCORPORATED COLORADO CHAPTER OF ICC CHSA CHEMATOX INCORPORATED CHARM TEX CHARLOTTE NESTOR 11 03/11/08 SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT $370.87 $4,646.25 $3,670.00 $100.00 $2,610.19 $268.55 $42.00 $950.00 $2,050.00 $405.00 $125.00 $4,375.00 $24.00 $65.00 $271.78 $235.00 $61.85 $465.14 $3,690.00 $175.00 $310.09 $15.40 $257.40 $900.00 $3,417.50 $832.00 $442.99 $1,027.75 $150.00 $35,642.88 $4,022.14 $294.60 $102.83 $139.66 $2,667.50 $1,650.00 $17,748.00 $1,400.00 $43,464.37 $100.00 $10.00 $270.00 $675.00 $6,789.14 $1,805.93 $150.00 $183.00 $280.00 $50.00 $2,469.65 $30.00 $1,430.00 $445.00 $258.16 $54.04 CHARLES B DARRAH CHAMPLAIN PLANNING PRESS CENTURYTELOFEAGLE CENTURYTEL CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING CERA CCTA CASTLE PEAK. VETERINARY CARAHSOFT TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION CANSD CALIFORNIA FAMILY HEALTH COUNCIL, INC CAACO BUSCH PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION BRUCE BAUMGARTNER BRANDON BEAUDETTE BOYD COFFEE COMPANY BOB'S ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE, INC BLUE LYNX VENTURES BERTHOD MOTORS BERGLUND RUTH BERENS, AMY BEN GALLOWAY MO, BARNHART, EKKER & MC NALLY, LLP BAR-KOCHBA M BOTACH BALCOMB AND GREEN AVON COMMERCIAL OWNERS ASSOCIATION AVON CENTER AT BEAVER CREEK I HOA A V TECH ELECTRONICS INCORPORATED AT&T ASPEN BOARD OF REALTORS ARTCRAFT SIGNS APPRAISAL INSTITUTE APPLIED TRUST ENGINEERING APEX SOFTWARE ANN MUNCASTER ANDREE, ADELINE, MARIE AMERIGAS AMANDA BAY ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY ALLEN W STOKES ADVANTAGE NETWORK SYSTEMS ACTION PUBLISHING INC 3CMA INCORPORATED SIMON PROPERTY SERVICES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE $62.40 $230.00 $875.17 $11,858.56 $1,887.19 $75.00 $1,225.00 $355.41 $5,340.60 $100.00 $199.00 $180.00 $30.00 $48.38 $1,678.52 $1,603.25 $144.02 $15,352.00 $321.67 $16.02 $95.39 $1,830.00 $61.40 $7,428.00 $11,544.50 $4,490.86 $2,252.05 $3,421.67 $991.33 $500.00 $36.00 $48.00 $465.00 $1,580.00 $20.40 $3,345.00 $1,138.65 $12.96 $56.50 $22.52 $9.80 $79.25 $1,100.00 ~ 53,980,013.20 $1,876,644.40 FEBRUARY 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 4&5 :m:LY.. $9.055.323.93 Executive Session It was moved, seconded and unanimously agreed to go into Executive Session for the purpose of receiving legal advice, discussing matters that may be subject to negotiations, and personnel issues regarding the HHS child protection team and the Lake Creek Affordable Housing complex which are appropriate topics for discussion 12 03/11/08 pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(bXe) and (f)~ Colorado Revised Statutes. It was moved~ seconded~ and unanimously agreed to adjourn from Executive Session. 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 March 10~ 2008 (subject to review by the Finance Director) Finance Department Representative B. Approval of the minutes of the Eagle County Board of Commissioners meeting for February 12~ 2008 Teak Simonton, Clerk & Recorder C. Agreement between Eagle County and Chris Morton to provide mental health and family parenting services Marian McDonough~ Health & Human Services D. Agreement between Eagle County and The Samaritan Center of the Rockies to provide mental health and family parenting services Marian McDonough~ Health & Human Services E. Agreement between Eagle County and Edward Gilliland to provide mental health and family parenting services Marian McDonough, Health & Human Services F. Agreement between Eagle County and Bethany Nelson Linda! to provide mental health and family parenting services Health & Human Services Representative G. Agreement between Eagle County and Heart of the West, LLC to provide mental health and family parenting services Health & Human Services Representative H. Advertising Agreement between Eagle County~ Colorado and Colorado Mountain News Media Justin Finestone~ Communications I. Agreement for Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event services between County ofEagle~ State of Colorado~ and Clean Harbors Environmental Services Ron Rasnic~ Landfill J. Property Management Agreement between Seniors on Broadway and Eagle County County Attorney's Office Representative K. Design Services Agreement between Eagle County and V Ag~ Inc. Architects and Planners for xeriscape demonstration project Valerie Hays, Facilities Management L. Change Order No.3 to Design-Build Agreement with American Civil Constructors for irrigation system elements for the Eagle River Preserve Valerie Hays, Facilities Management M. First Addendum to the Contract for Preconstruction Services and Construction of the EI Jebel Road and Bridge Facility Rick Ullom, Facilities Management 13 03/11/08 N. Resolution 2008-021 Ratifying the Bylaws and Standing Rules of the Eagle County Fair Board Brad Higgins, Fair & Rodeo O. Resolution 2008-022 in the Matter of the OK Corral Camp Sketch Plan for Planned Unit Development (Eagle County File No. PDS- 00053) Lisa de Graaf, Community Development P. Agreement for construction services for Cooley Mesa Road Rick Ullom, Facilities Management 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 or concerns. Commissioner Fisher moved to approve the Consent Agenda, Items A-P. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Citizen Input Chairman Runyon opened public comment. Jim Pavelich spoke. He owns a I-acre parcel of land east of the old Golden Eagle tire shop in Avon. He and the adjoining property owner are concerned with the Fire District desire to build a fire station on their property. He believes his property is prime commercial land and when developed will yield millions of dollars in sales tax and property tax to both the county and town of Avon. He invited the commissioners to attend an upcoming meeting on March 20 regarding this proposal. Jason Crowell, representative for Waste Management spoke. He invited the citizens of Eagle County and County Commissioners to attend an Earth Day celebration/Grand Opening-ribbon cutting ceremony on April 12, 10 AM to 2 PM at the new Waste Management site in Gypsum. Chairman Runyon closed public comment Commissioner Menconi moved to adjourn as the Board of County Commissioners and reconvene as the Board of Social Services. Commissioner Fisher seconded. The vote was declared unanimous. Eagle County Board of Social Services - Review and approval of electronic client benefit payrolls for October - December 2007 Rita Woods, Health & Human Services Ms. Woods requested approval of the electronic client benefit payrolls for October - December 2007. She stated that the benefits were paid to programs and Eagle County clients. Commissioner Menconi moved to approve the electronic client benefit payrolls for October - December 2007. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Menconi moved to adjourn as the Board of Social Services and reconvene as the Board of County Commissioners. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 14 03/11/08 Other Commissioner Menconi asked Ron Rasnic, Eagle County Solid Waste Manager about the new recycling program. He asked if there was anything the board should be taking into consideration to make this program more enhanced. Mr. Rasnic stated that the biggest problem is glass. Because there is little money in recycling glass, it must be removed or it contaminates everything else. They are looking at mechanical means to remove glass at the transfer station. Commissioner Fisher asked if it made better sense to separate it out ahead of time. Mr. Rasnic stated that this would make more sense. However, this would require separate curbside pickup, which is difficult. Commissioner Menconi stated that in other communities trash is sorted at the curbside. He wondered why the county was not exploring this option. Mr. Rasnic stated that picking up various containers at the curb would increase collection costs. He believes that having a transfer station would simplify the sorting process. The current collectors are not equipped to pickup multiple containers. He believes it would be a huge challenge to re-train everyone. He estimated that by fall of next year there would be a countywide recycling program in place. Recycling would not be mandatory however; he believes the program would grow on its own. 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. Moe Mentum, LLC d/b/a Moe's Southwest Grill This is a renewal of a Hotel and Restaurant 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. B. Stasmore, Inc. d/b/a Shortstop This is a renewal of a Tavern License in El Jebel. There have been no recent complaints or disturbances. 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. DKM Associates, LLC d/b/a Juniper Restaurant This is a renewal of a Hotel and Restaurant 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. D. Boulder/Beaver, LLC d/b/a Dusty Boot Saloon This is a renewal of a Hotel and Restaurant License in 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. Other Consent 15 03/11/08 E. Nostrovia, LLC d/b/a Woody's Full Belly Kitchen & Pub This is a request for a Temporary Permit. Nostrovia, LLC has applied for the transfer of a Hotel & Restaurant liquor license currently held by Blue Sky Restaurant Group, Inc. d/b/a Full Belly Kitchen & Pub. The applicant seeks a temporary permit in order to continue liquor operations until the formal transfer is approved. The necessary forms have been submitted and appropriate fees paid. Commissioner Menconi moved that the Board approve the Liquor Consent Agenda for March 11, 2008, consisting ofItems A-D. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. APPLICANT: DBA: REPRESENTATIVE: LOCATION: REQUEST: STAFF REPRESENTATIVE: CONCERNS / ISSUES: Nostrovia, LLC Woody's Full Belly Kitchen & Pub Jeffrey (Woody) Brackeen 27 Main Street, Unit C-I06 in Edwards Temporary Permit Kathy Scriver None DESCRIPTION: Nostrovia, LLC has applied for the Transfer of Ownership of a Hotel and Restaurant liquor license from Blue Sky Restaurant Group, Inc. d/b/a Full Belly Kitchen & Pub. The applicant has submitted all of the required documents and associated fees for a transfer of ownership. The applicant is requesting a temporary permit to operate until the transfer of ownership process can be completed. STAFF REPORT AND FINDINGS: 1. The premises where the alcoholic beverages will be sold has been previously licensed by the state and Local Licensing Authorities, and was valid as of the date of receiving the application. 2. The applicant has applied on forms provided by the Department of Revenue and includes the name and address of the applicant, the names and addresses of the president, vice-president, secretary and managing officer, the applicant's fmancial interest in the proposed transfer, and the premises for which the Temporary Permit is sought. 3. An Affidavit of Transfer and statement of Compliance stating that all accounts for alcohol beverages sold to the applicant are paid has been filed. 4. The application for the Temporary Permit has been filed no later than thirty (30) days after the filing of the application for the transfer of ownership and the appropriate fees have been paid. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: All findings are positive and staff recommends approval. DISCUSSION: Ms. Scriver presented the application. Mr. Jeffrey (Woody) Brackeen was present. He stated that he'd been in the area for 16 years and a bartender manager at the Gashouse in Edwards for many years. Commissioner Fisher asked if Ms. Scriver had gone over the regulations regarding liquor license ownership. Mr. Brackeen stated that she had. He is keeping the existing staff. He and all his servers are TIPS certified. 16 03/11/08 Commissioner Menconi moved that the Local Liquor Licensing Authority approve the issuance of a Temporary Hotel and Restaurant license to Nostrovia, LLC d/b/a Woody's Full Belly Kitchen & Pub, which will be valid until such time as the application to transfer ownership of the license is granted or denied or for one hundred twenty (120) days, whichever occurs first; except that, if the application to transfer the license has not been granted or denied within the one-hundred-twenty day period and the transferee demonstrates good cause, the local licensing authority may extend the validity of said permit for an additional period not to exceed sixty (60) days. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Fisher moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Liquor Licensing Authority and re-convene as the Board of County Commissioners. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Menconi was not present for the abatement hearings. Abatement Hearings Attorney' s Office/Assessor's Office Representatives Petitioner: Stephen D. Camp Eric Paul Reumann Munson-Smith LLC Richard E. Engel Mark & Jutta Bromberg 2004 O'Connell Family Trust Habitat for Humanity Suzanne & Donald Perozzi Traer Creek Minturn Realty Inc. Janice & James Hunt Schedule No. R033284 R033288 R009631 R039836 R018194 R011736 R049024 R045057 R048108 R003710 R029512 Mr. Treu stated that there were 10 items recommended for approval and one for denial. He stated that there were two representatives present for taxpayers, Roger Pack and Eric Applegate. Both individuals agree with the assessors recommendations. Chairman Runyon opened and closed public comment, as there was none. 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: Stephen D. Camp Eric Paul Reumann Munson - Smith LLC Richard E. Engel Mark & Jutta Bromberg 2004 O'Connell Family Trust Habitat for Humanity Suzanne & Donald Perozzi Traer Creek Minturn Realty Inc. Schedule No. R033284 R033288 R009631 R039836 R018194 R011736 R049024 R045057 R048108 R003710 17 03/11/08 Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. Of the two voting commissioners, the vote was declared unammous. Commissioner Fisher moved that the Petitions for Abatement/refund of Taxes for the following individuals and Schedule Numbers be denied for the tax years and for the reasons as set forth in the Assessor's recommendation sheets, such recommendations being incorporated into this hearing by reference: Petitioner: Janice & James Hunt Schedule No. R029512 Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. Of the two voting commissioners, the vote was declared unanImous. Planning Files PDF-00099 - Fox Hollow Tract A Jena Skinner-Markowitz, Planning Department ACTION: The purpose of this plat is to Subdivide Tract A of the Fox Hollow Planned Unit Development to create eight (8) duplex lots (16units) and easements for Habitat for Humanity. LOCATION: Murray Rd/Hwy 6, Edwards FILE NOJPROCESS: PROJECT NAME: OWNER: APPLICANT: REPRESENTATIVE: PDF-00099; PUD Final Plat Fox Hollow PUD Residences; A Resubdivision of Tract A- Fox Hollow PUD Habitat for Humanity of Eagle and Lake Counties Owner Rick Pylman 1. PROJECT DESCRIPTION A. SUMMARY OF REOUEST: The intent of this plat is to re-subdivide Tract A of the Fox Hollow PUD in order to create eight (8) duplex lots (16 units) and associated easements for Habitat for Humanity. The proposed development was approved in 2005 as part of the Fox Hollow PUD. The PUD Final Plat process is being utilized as more than three (3) lots are being proposed at this time. As each duplex is built a subsequent Minor Type B Subdivision will be submitted in order to subdivide the duplex units. B. SITE DATA: · Sw.ro:u~diDILaDd Uses I Zoniq: 18 03/11/08 East: Unplatted Commercial (with limited Residential Resource South: PUD Rural Suburban Low Densi Undeveloped property- no vertical construction on Tract A 63,858.96 sq ft N/A C. CHRONOLOGYIBACKGROUND: 2004- Approval for the Fox Hollow Sketch Plan achieved. 2005- Approval for the Fox Hollow Preliminary Plan and Zone Change achieved. 2006- Approval for the Fox Hollow PUD Final Plat achieved. 2. STAFF REPORT A. NECESSARY FINDINGS: PROCESS INTENT ECLUR Section: 5-280.B.5 Subdivision Final plat Section Purpose: At the meeting on the Final Plat for Subdivision, the Board of County Commissioners shall review the Final Plat, the submittal materials, provide both County staff and the applicant an opportunity to comment, and approve or disapprove the Final Plat for Subdivision based on whether it conforms to the approval given to the Preliminary Plan for Subdivision and the standards in Section 5-280.B.3.e., Standards., considering specifically the adequacy of required improvements and the acceptance of areas dedicated for public use and easements. Standards: 5-280.B.5.b (3) and 5-280.B.3.e Pursuant to Section 5-280.B.5.b (3), of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations, it has been found that: (1) This final plat conforms to, and is consistent with the intentions, representations and conditions as approved with the Preliminary Plan for the subdivisionIPUD. (2) Required improvements are adequate including roadways, pedestrian and recreation pathways, and infrastructure. (3) Areas dedicated for public use and all anticipated easements are as approved in the Preliminary Plan and are acceptable as presented in the Final Plat application. Section 5-280.B.3.e: 19 03/11/08 STANDARD: Consistency with Comprehensive Plan. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (1)] - The proposed subdivision shall be consistent with the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan and the FLUM of the Comprehensive Plan. The Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map defers to the community-specific Edwards Area Community Master Plan. This fmding was made during the Preliminary Plan and previous "master" Final Plat for the Fox Hollow PUD; subdivision of Tract A remains generally consistent with this, and all associated plans. ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Consistent with Land Use Regulations. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (2)] The proposed subdivision shall comply with all of the standards of this Section and all other provisions of these Land Use Regulations, including, but not limited to, the applicable standards of Article 3, Zone Districts. and Article 4, Site Development Standards. Any conditions as applied through the Preliminary Plan application remain in effect for this file. The resolution for the Fox Hollow PUD, which memorializes certain conditions, was recorded at reception no. 934772. ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Spatial Pattern Shall Be EffICient. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (3)] The proposed subdivision shall be located and designed to avoid creating spatial patterns that cause inefficiencies in the delivery of public services, or require duplication or premature extension of public facilities, or result in a "leapfrog" pattern of development. (1) Utility and Road Extensions. Proposed utility extensions shall be consistent with the utility's service plan 0': shall require prior County approval of an amendment to the service plan. Proposed road extensions shall be consistent with the EtlI!le Countv Road CaDital lmorovements Plan. (2) Serve Ultimate PopuJotion. Utility lines shall be sized to serve the planned ultimate population of the service area to avoid future land disruption to upgrade under-sized lines. (3) Coordinate Utility Extensions. Generally, utility extensions shall only be allowed when the entire range of necessary facilities can be provided, rather than incrementally extending a single service into an otherwise un-served area. ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Suitability for Development. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (4)] The property proposed to be subdivided shall be suitable for development, considering its topography, environmental resources and natural or human-made hazards that may affect the potential development of the property, and existing and probable future improvements to the area. The areas subject to construction are most likely developable. More specific details will be provided for each building site, at the Building Permit phase. 20 03/11/08 ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Compatibility with Surrounding Uses. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (5)] - The proposed subdivision shall be compatible with the character of existing land uses in the area and shall not adversely affect the future development of the surrounding area. The findings for the Preliminary Plan and Zone Change for the Fox Hollow Pun effectively demonstrated that this project is sufficiently compatible for development in this area of Eagle County. Approval of this Final Plat does not modify this previous fmding. ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Adequate Facilities. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (6)] - The applicant shall demonstrate that the development proposed in the Sketch or Preliminary Plan will be provided adequate facilities for potable water supply, sewage disposal, solid waste disposal, electrical supply, fire protection and roads and will be conveniently located in relation to schools, police and fire protection, and emergency medical services ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS B. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OPTIONS: 1. Approve the [PDF-00099] 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 of the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan (and/or other applicable master plans). 2. Deny the [PDF-00099] request 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 the [PDF-00099] request if additional information is required to fully evaluate the petition. Give specific direction to the petitioner and staff. 4. Approve the [PDF-00099] request 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 of the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan (and/or other applicable master plans). 21 03/11/08 DISCUSSION: Jena Skinner Markowitz presented the file. She stated the intent of the file was to create 8 duplex lots or 16 units and associated easements for the purpose of producing housing for Habitat for Humanity. The proposed development was approved in 2005 as was part of the Fox Hollow PUD. The applicant has satisfied all of the minimum standards required for a PUD final plat. Rick Pylman, representative for the applicant was present and stated that he had no comment. Chairman Runyon opened public comment. Evelyn Pinney, original developer for the Fox Hollow PUD was present. She stated that without the housing credit program and the county's generous grant to Habitat for Humanity, the project would not have gotten off the ground. As soon as they sell additional housing credits, they will work to repay that grant back to the county. She thanked the county for their participation. Chairman Runyon closed public comment. Commissioner Fisher stated that she is excited that the project is moving forward. She believes it's prime time to get the building underway and encouraged the community to participate. She thanked Ms. Pinney for her thanks and vision. Chairman Runyon thanked Habitat for Humanity for their recent event. He encouraged the community to support Habitat for Humanity either physically building or fmancially. Commissioner Menconi moved to approve the File No. PDF-00099 Fox Hollow PUD Residences; A Resubdivision of Tract A- Fox Hollow PUD. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. ZS-00156 Salt Creek/Frost Creek PUD. Equestrian Facilitv Lisa de Graaf, Planning Department NOTE: Tabled from 10/17/07, 12/18/07, 1/8/07, & 2/12/08 ACTION: The purpose of this Special Use Permit is to construct an equestrian facility and support structures. LOCATION: Situated on either side of Brush Creek Road, approximately 6 miles southeast from the Town of Eagle. FILE NO./PROCESS: PROJECT NAME: LOCATION: OWNER: APPLICANT: REPRESENTATIVE: ZS-00156/ Special Use Permit Salt Creek PUD Equestrian Facility Brush Creek Road & Old Salt Creek Kummer Development Same Bruce Gray 1. PROJECT DESCRIPTION A. SUMMARY: The Salt Creek parcel encompasses 520 acres, about six (6) miles southeast of the Town of Eagle. The original Frost & Salt Creek PUD approved 21 single family lots for this parcel but was amended to relocate 20 of them to the Frost Creek parcel to allow for an equestrian facility on the Salt Creek Parcel. The Adams Rib Frost & Salt 22 03/11/08 Creek PUD Development Guide, approved in 2005 (PDA-00056), a Special Use Permit process is required prior to the implementation of an equestrian facility. As an amenity to Adam's Rib Ranch, the equestrian facility may be open to the public for boarding and training in room provides. Operations will include boarding, grazing for horses, training, and other activities associated with ranching. The facility will board and pasture up to 30 horses. New infrastructure and buildings include a new entrance road (Adam's Rib Ranch Road) that will provide access to the arenas and houses. Structures associated with the facility are an indoor arena and stables, an outdoor arena, two (2) employee bunkhouses, a ranch manager residence and one (1) single family parcel that does allow for a accessory dwelling unit if desired. B. SUMMARY ANALYSIS: There were outstanding issues with this proposal, specifically the water use and agreement with the Town of Eagle. An EQR Table is attached and shows the use of water for the current proposal uses a total of 5.70 EQR's out of an allowable 6.0. Most of the issues that were discussed at the previous planning commission hearing (October 30,2007) were addressed in a response letter from Fred Kummer dated November 1,2007 (attached). Please see the following "new" attachments in this staff report, as they relate to the former outstanding issues: . Email from Jill Carlson dated September 19, 2007 and the email response frolD Bruce Gray dated Septernber28,2007 . Letter from Greater Eagle Fire District dated October 3, 2007 . The Salt Creek EQR Table . Letter from William Powell dated October 9, 2007 with regards to the water service agreement and ability to provide the equestrian facility with water . Updated letter from the COOW dated August 7, 2007 South: Vacant Resource Residential Agricultural Residential East: Vacant Resourcelbackcountry C. CHRONOLOGYIBACKGROUND: 23 03111/08 . 2003 - ZC-00059 and PDSP-00016 Zone Change and combined Sketch / Preliminary Plan approval was granted for the still in effect Adam's Rib Frost Creek and Salt Creek Planned Unit Development. . 2003 - 1041-00044, granted to extend water line . 2004 -1014-00057, Amendmentto the 1041 above . 2005 - PDA-00056, Amendment to the Frost & Salt Cteek PUD to move residential lots . 2007 - ZS -00156, Special Use Permit to allow for equestrian facility D. PLANNING COMMISSION DELmERATION SUMMARY & MOTION: The Eagle County Planning Commission heard this file on December 19,2007. There was an extensive discussion with the applicants' representative, Bruce Gray and there were four (4) people who spoke at the public comment portion of the meeting. Their concerns include: . Impacts to wildlife and to 'sensitive' riparian areas . EVL T asked if the applicant would respond to their request of offering the subject parcel for a Conservation Easement. The applicant has not responded · Employee housing; why not use existing option at Adam's Rib headquarters rather than building new structures at the Salt Creek parcel; the proposed housing was not the intention of the previous PUD approval . The facility as a whole is too large to justify housing just thirty (30) horses In the deliberation from the Planning Commissioners', many items of concern were mentioned; they include: · The current proposal does not keep with the original intent of the Resolution that was approved; all Adam's Rib employees should be housed at Frost Creek or the Headquarter locations. At the very least only the few employees for the equestrian faculty should be housed at the Salt Creek parcel, this does not include golf related employees . Do not agree with trip estimates that were provided; believe they will be higher . No public benefit . The applicant is resisting the CDOW recommendations, which is not considered a good idea . Architectural drawings were asked of the applicant and were not provided . It was asked of the applicant to move the trail out of the riparian area in Lot 1 (the single family lot); the applicant responded that this would encroach on the privacy of the residence and declined to move the trail . The new proposed road location and intent negatively impacts the riparian area and is not necessary due to potential access from Old Salt Creek Road The Plannine: Commission voted unanimously to recommend denial oCtile ZS-00156 2. STAFF REPORT A. NECESSARY FINDINGS: PROCESS INTENT ECLUR Section: 5-250 Special Use Permits Section Purpose: Special Uses are those uses that are not necessarily compatible with the other uses allowed in a zone district, but which may be determined compatible with the other uses allowed in the zone district based upon individual review of their location, design, configuration, density and intensity of use, and the imposition of appropriate conditions to ensure the compatibility of the use at a particular location with surrounding land uses. All Special Uses shall meet the standards set forth in this Section. 24 03/11/08 Standards: Section 5-250.B. The issuance of a Special Use Permit shall be dependent upon findings that there is competent evidence that the proposed use as conditioned, fully complies with all the standards of this Section, this Division, this Article, and these Land Use Regulations. The Planning Commission may recommend and the Board of County Commissioners may attach any conditions deemed appropriate to ensure compliance with the following standards, including conformity to a specific site plan, requirements to improve public facilities necessary to serve the Special Use, and limitations on the operating characteristics of the use, or the location or duration of the Special Use Permit STANDARD: Consistent with Comprehensive Plan. [Section 5-250.B.l] The proposed Special Use shall be appropriate for its proposed location and be consistent with the purposes, goals, objectives and policies of the Comprehensive Plan and the FLUM of the Comprehensive Plan, including standardsfor building and structural intensities and densities, and intensities of use. x x x Xl x x X2 X3 x Xl- Although this proposed development does not provide housing opportunities for the general public; it does provide housing for employees of the equestrian facility and/or Adam's Rib Ranch. X2- The original approval of the Frost & Salt Creek PUD, wildlife protection and mitigation was addressed by means of the creation and approval ofthe Adam's Rib Frost and Salt Creek PUD Wildlife Mitigation and Enhancement Plan. within the PUD Guide. This document must be followed with regards to this proposal. X3- Concerns regarding grazing rotation will be addressed in the conditions. x x Xl x x x Xl- The applicant must follow the Adam's Rib Frost and Salt Creek PUD Wildlife Mitigation and Enhancement Plan. within the PUD Guide. 25 03/11/08 EAGLE COUNTY OPEN SPACE PLAN x ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Compatibility. [Section 5-250.B.2J The proposed Special Use shall be appropriatefor its proposed location and compatible with the character of surrounding land uses. .. p()~ti!ll.. .. Surrounding Land Uses I ZOning COlnl'ati~ility . Issues Yes . N()i North: Vacant Resource Residential Resource X South: V scant Resource Residential Agricultural X Residential East: V scant Resource! backcountrv X West: Residential AR/AL V scant! Resource X Pasture The Salt Creek parcel is surrounded primarily by agricultural and rural residential land use. ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Zone District Standards. [Section 5-250.B.3J The proposed Special Use shall comply with the standards of the zone district in which it is located and any standards applicable to the particular use, as identified in Section 3-310, Review Standards Applicable to Particular Residential. Agricultural and Resource Uses and Section 3-330, Review Standards Applicable to Particular Commercial and Industrial Uses. Section 3-310. V. There are no specific standards for an equestrian facility, however this use is allowed with standards in the Frost & Salt Creek PUD Guide ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Design Minimizes Adverse Impact. [Section 5-250.B.4J The design of the proposed Special Use shall minimize adverse impacts, including visual impact of the proposed use on adjacent lands; furthermore, the proposed Special Use shall avoid significant adverse impact on surrounding lands 26 03/11/08 regarding trash, traffic, service delivery, parking and loading, odors, noise, glare, and vibration, and shall not create a nuisance. ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Design Minimizes Environmental Impact. [Section 5-250.B.5] The proposed Special Use shall minimize environmental impacts and shall not cause significant deterioration of water and air resources, wildli e habitat, scenic resources, and other natural resources. x x x Xl x x Xl - A manure management plan will be addressed in the conditions. ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS ] The proposed Special Use shall be adequately served by public facilities and services, including roads, pedestrian paths, potable water and wastewater facilities, parks, schools, police and fire protection, and emergency medical services. 27 03/11/08 x x x x Xl x Xl- Water restrictions, with regards to development will be addressed in the conditions. x EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Site Development Standards. {Section 5-250.B. 7J The proposed Special Use shall comply with the appropriate standards in Article 4, Site Develovment Standards. ,:' '. . " - .'. .- --,,' ' .... "., , . ~ :l g :ltfl~'t;' : ..,. .' . ,- ," ". ;,';. :.., ' ~ 5 ~ 5 . . . .~ ~.I' . lJ:jl~~~ X x X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X . ........,. Off-Street Parkin2 and Loadin2 Standards (Division 4-1) Landscaoin2 and Illumination Standards (Division 4-2) .... ..-".. d' . ," ,." ' , , . ,. , .. .... . . , .'-'. ',' . Si2l1 Re2Ulations (Division 4-3) Wildlift Protection (Section 4-410) Geologic Hazards (Section 4-420) Wildfire Protection (Section 4-430) Wood Burning Controls (Section 4-440) Ridgeline Protection (Section 4-450) Environmental Impact Report (Section 4-460) Commercial and Industrial Performance Standards (Division 4-5) Noise and Vibration (Section 4-520) Smoke and Particulates (Section 4-530) Heat. Glare. Radiation and Electrical Interference (Section 4-540) Storage of Hazardous and Non-hazardous Materials (Section 4-550) Water Quality Standards (Section 4-560) Roadway Standards (Section 4-620) Sidewalk and Trail Standards (Section 4-630) I"igation System Standards (Section 4-640) Drainage Standards (Section 4-650) Grading and Erosion Control Standards (Section 4-660) Utility and Lighting Standards (Section 4-670) Water Supply Standards (Section 4-680) Sanitary Sewage Disposal Standards (Section 4-690) ImDact Fees and Land Dedication Standards (Division 4-7) 28 03/11/08 I 2,3 5 ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Other Provisions. {Section 5-250.B.8] The proposed Special Use shall comply with all standards imposed on it by all other applicable provisions of these Land Use Regulations for use, layout, and general development characteristics. ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS B. REFERRAL RESPONSES: Eagle County Engineering Department - Please refer to attachment dated June 26, 2007. 1. The applicant has been in talks with Tom Wagenlander of the Greater Eagle Fire Protection District and is awaiting a letter with conditional approval. Please provide the Engineering Department a copy of Tom's letter. 2. The applicant still has not shown the alignment or design for the access to the Indoor Arena/Stable and Bunk Houses. In order to minimize site disturbance, these structures are best served by one road with driveways splitting off to reach each structure. The Engineering Department can work with the applicant to determine a road design that will best serve these structures. 3. The limits of the pasture areas are still a concern. The applicant has explained that the perimeter of the pastures will minimize the impact on wetlands. Using the mapping that has been performed by the applicant, it would be simple to fence the pasture areas to be outside of known wetlands. This is related to a recommendation in the Environmental Impact Report that grazing be limited when soils are wet (this extends beyond wetlands to consider times of rain or high water). Perhaps this concern could be addressed as a condition of approval for this application. 4. The Environmental Impact Report, prepared by Walsh Environmental Scientists and Engineers, LLC, recommends that grazing in the riparian corridor be avoided. The fencing of the pastures needs to minimize the impacts on the riparian corridor as well. 5. The applicant has committed to not providing any direct access between the Stable and the Outdoor Arena to protect Salt Creek. This should be included as a condition of approval for this application. If this should change in the future, a non-vehicular bridge for the crossing of Salt Creek may be considered. 6. As mentioned in the Environmental Impact Report, manure management is an important aspect of the environmental protection of this site. Prior to the commencement of operations, a management plan shall be developed to adhere to Division 4-5, Commercial and Industrial Performance Standards, as well as the expectations of the Eagle County Environmental Health Department. A copy of this plan shall be submitted to the Engineering Department. 7. The applicant has explained that the shallow utilities will cross Brush Creek and Salt Creek at the bridge or culvert location respectively, but this is not reflected completely in the plans, leaving the option for other crossings. We expect that these utility crossings - including but not limited to proposed natural gas, cable, telephone, and electricity - will be made with the road crossings of both creeks. This will minimize damage to the sensitive wetland areas around Salt Creek and Brush Creek. Unless completely impractical, this should be a condition of approval for this application. 8. The water system has been designed and illustrated on the plans, but there is no commitment or discussion for water service in the application. Who is providing the potable water service for the site? 9. There is no explanation for disposal of wastewater from any of the proposed facilities on site. The original PUD included an ISDS study for individual residences spread out on multiple acre lots. While the current proposal decreases the overall density on the site, the impact in the area of the bunk houses will be much 29 03/11/08 greater than what was anticipated with the original study. A new wastewater study is needed to assess the impacts and viability of the current proposal. 10. To provide dual access to the site as well as access to the proposed trail head, Old Salt Creek Road shall be improved and maintained. Should this application receive approval, the Engineering Department will work with the applicant to determine how to best address the improvements and maintenance of Old Salt Creek Road. 11. Prior to any site disturbance, all necessary permits shall be acquired, including a Colorado Discharge Permit, Army Corps permit for disturbance of wetlands, County Grading Permit if not an SIA and any other applicable permits. Items one through nine (1-9) must be addressed for the review of this application. Items ten and eleven (10 & 11) are not required at this time and can be addressed should this project move forward. Eagle County Environmental Health - Please refer to attachment dated June 27, 2007. o To assure this property is included into the Master Association in order to make sure the ISDS systems are of the same technology and the responsibility for installation, maintenance and repair remains with them. o To assure that this property is governed by the Water Quality Monitoring and Mitigation Plan that was developed for Frost Creek - some slight amendment may need to occur to this plan to include this parcel. o To assure the stream and wetlands are effectively protected from agricultural uses as there currently appears to be no plans to fence off riparian areas and in order to get to the riding area from the bam, it appears that a stream crossing is necessary. o Along the same line, road crossings should minimize riparian and wetland impacts. o The same environmental controls placed on Frost Creek are carried forward to the Salt Creek parcel. ECO Trails- Please refer to attachment dated June 25, 2007. 1. The trail alignment seems to go through directly through some riparian area. In the text they say the alignment was "approved by ECO Trails". We discussed in a conceptual sense and they asked that they be allowed to come back later with details. Now is detail time. The trail should travel on the outskirts of that area and avoid taking out any riparian. Here, unlike in other places, it's flat and they that that design option and are not hemmed in by road, highway, steep slopes, etc. It seems that fit could be made in the field since it is just a portion of the length, if engineering will accept that option. 2. Will (or is) the road connection from Brush Creek to the trail now paved, I can't recall. Should be paved so that travel encouraged from Brush Creek Road to trail. 3. Directional signs to the trail from Brush Creek Road should be installed by developer. 4. Safety signage and pavement markings should be installed on southern end where trail meets Brush Creek Road 5. All standards of Chapter 4, Regional Trails Plan apply 6. Trail maintenance not by County, can be handled in same manner as Frost Creek (by developer) but needs to noted as public trail in PUD guide and plat. 7. What is time line on this construction? 8. Trailhead to Trail Gulch should be improved at same time as rest of property NWCCOG - Please refer to attachment dated June 13,2007. My review was focused on water quality protection, and I have a couple general comments. 1. A manure management plan is mentioned on page 22, under Tab 4 information. This would be a good idea from a water quality standpoint if animals are stabled and not kept out to pasture. 2. Overall, there should be little risk of sediment and stormwater impacts from construction activities. However, if the total disturbed area, including any phasing, is greater than 1 acre the developer needs to obtain a stormwater discharge permit from CDPHE. It appears that the residential facilities and indoor arenas alone will be over an acre. A stormwater discharge permit will require the development of a Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP). The SWMP will require more detail on erosion and stormwater control than is provided in the erosion plans in Tab 7, pages 5-9. The link below outlines CDPHE's 30 03/11/08 requirements. Eagle County may want a condition of approval that the applicant obtain and comply with the CDPHE permit. That would enable to County to enforce the SWMP requirements, given that the State is unlikely to inspect the site, but will help minimize duplication of requirements. State of Colorado Engineer - Please refer to attachment dated June 13,2007. Water use estimates were not provided - No letter of commitment was provided from the Town of Eagle. Pursuant to CRS 30-28-136(l)(h)(II), a municipality or quasi-municipality is required to file a report with the county and the State Engineer documenting the amount of water which can be supplied to the proposed development without causing injury to existing water rights. A report of this nature was not included. See the Guidelines for Subdivision Water Supply Plan Reports (online at www.water.state.co.us/pubs/policies/memo subdivisions.pdt) for the necessary information. State of Colorado Geological Survey - Please refer to attachment dated June 25, 2007 Karen Berr's and my previous referral response letters discussed numerous development constraints, including slope instability, surface flooding, shallow groundwater, collapsible soils, rockfall and debris flow hazards, and erosion and sediment control issues. All of these concerns remain valid for the site, but I agree with HP Geotech's conclusion (page 5) that most of the property is suitable for the proposed recreational development. HP Geotech's Geologic Site Assessment contains a good description of existing conditions and potential development constraints, including moisture-sensitive (collapsible and/or settlement-prone) soils, sinkholes, flood-prone areas, debris flow hazards, and potential slope instability. I agree that additional, site-specific evaluation and mitigation will be needed to reduce potential risks associated with these hazards. In addition, I have one specific recommendation: Proposed indoor arena. According to available geologic hazard mapping, the proposed indoor arena and common bunkhouse are located within a mapped debris fan area. Potential concerns include: surface and subsurface drainage, frequency and control of mudflows and debris flows, and hydrocompaction. The proposed indoor arena appears to be located directly within the mouth of the Trail Gulch drainage, and appears to be at high risk of debris flow damage at its current proposed location, especially in the event of a wildfire. If this structure cannot be constructed elsewhere on the property, we would like to review the applicant's site specific hazard evaluation, analysis, mitigation design, and construction drawings for the proposed indoor arena, when available, to verify that the potential debris flow hazard has been mitigated. CDOT - Please refer to attachment dated June 6, 2007 I have reviewed the Adam Rib PUD. It did have an traffic study (LSC dated November 20, 2006). Based upon the TIS, it doesn't look like the development will increase traffic by more than 20% at an of the access points onto SH 6. However, I do not know if the traffic distribution was agreed upon by local government, but I feel it will more than likely not effect any SH 6 intersections by more than 20%. Therefore, it doesn't appear to need an access permit; however, Eagle County is the issuing authority. CDOW - Please refer to attachment dated June 29, 2007. This project is located in wildlife habitat that is designated deer and elk wither range in addition to being an area that bald eagles use for resting and hunting. The area also encompasses wetlands and riparian area habitat types. This habitat type supports a greater diversity and number of wildlife species than any other habitat type found in Colorado. The data that this proposal is using to describe the existing conditions is based upon "a compilation of field work done at the site from 1993 to 1996, with follow up visits in 1997 though mid 2002; and the Natural Diversity Information System website." That means that current conditions are being based on data that is five years old. Within that five year time frame there has been continuous development surrounding the project site which has affected movement patterns and patterns of use by wildlife within the area. Some of the new development includes the continued build out of Cordillera, the development of Eagle Ranch, and 31 03/11/08 the construction phase for the Frost Creek PUD and golf courses. All of these changes have altered wildlife use within the area and on the Salt Creek property. Generally, the assessment that both deer and elk use the native hillsides parallels Ito the valley floor is correct and these hillsides and low bench area are recommended to be left in a native vegetative state. The deer and elk use the hillside for feeding, resting and thermal cover but the project needs to be designed with fences that do not impede or restrict the movement of wildlife across and through the property. These hillsides also are areas that produce large mast crops, berries and acorns that black bears will use and seek out. The protection and enhancement of the existing riparian/wetland area will provide for a diversity of wildlife species including birds, small mammals, reptiles and amphibians. The existing fishery would also benefit from this type of management. The only impacts to the bald eagles mentioned in the proposal were that the "only potential food sources for bald eagles on the site would be fish or waterfowl neither of which is abundant on the site." The Division of Wildlife witnessed this particular area being used' a pair of bald eagles feeding in the field, on two separate occasions during the winter of 2007. This may not seem significant but does demonstrate that the property does receive use from this species. This special use permit application bases its wildlife impacts on the fact that this project plan is better than the original plan with 21 residences. However, this plan will also have an effect on wildlife whether less the original plan or not there is no designated mitigation for that loss described further than to say that "impacts on the available acreage are relatively small." Implementing the following recommendations would reduce the impacts to wildlife from this project: . Fences constructed on the property should not exceed 42 inches in height with a 16 inch space between the ground and the first wire or board and a space of 12 inches between the top two wires or boards to insure the unrestricted movement of wildlife across and through the property. The exceptions would be fencing for the specific purpose of excluding wildlife from stored agricultural forage and privacy fencing directly adjacent to and limited to an area of 5000 sq.ft next to the one 38 acre residence. . All structures, arenas, boarding stalls and saddling area need to be located at the recommended Eagle County riparian set backs of 75 feet. Riparian/designated wetland area should be fenced and protected from livestock use. . Development near a wetland or riparian site should establish a buffer zone to ensure that construction and development impacts do not degrade the site. During all construction activities silt fencing should be placed to guarantee no disturbance occurs. . A minimum 75 ft. set back from the high water mark of any stream plus any additional riparian habitat should be maintained. . Spanning structures should be constructed for any crossing structures planned for wetlands, riparian or waterway. . If development is unavoidable in wetlands or riparian areas construction should be restricted to the time period of August 1 to September 30. . Vegetation on the proposed site should be maintained at present levels within the NRCS guideline. . Outside storage of trash should only be allowed when in bear-proof receptacles or structures. . Compost piles should be prohibited unless stored in a bear-proof receptacle. . There should be no dumps or disposal of refuse within the development unless at a centralized bear- proof trash compactor or bear-proof trash storage facility. . Pet food should not be left outside since it can be an attractant to black bears. Seasonal use restrictions for sensitive habitats may be necessary but are dependent upon the design of the development. The use of important seasonal habitats by humans can create a negative impact to wildlife. Areas that may require seasonal closures to human activity include wither range, migration corridors, production area, nesting areas or other critical habitats. The Division would also point out that active signage and enforcement of these closures is critical and must be assumed by the ROA. . Winter range closures should be closed to human activity from December 1 until April 30. . Riparian and wetland areas should be closed to human activity from March 1 to July 1 for the breeding, nesting and rearing of the wildlife species associated with this habitat. 32 03/11/08 The Division suggests that the number of acres of wildlife habitat impacted by this project be determined and then various mitigation alternatives could be reviewed. While the preferred method would be to provide mitigation for the impacted acres on site, there are alternatives which the Division is available to discuss with Eagle County and the developer if desired. Colorado State Forest Service - Please refer to attachment dated July 10, 2007. On June 18th I visited the Salt Creek site of the Adam's Rib PUD and Equestrian Facility south of Eagle CO. The overall fIre hazard is low. This is given that the development is restricted to the flat pasture land on the west side of the parcel. Any development in the pinyon pine/juniper on the steep slopes on the east side of the parcel would signifIcantly increase the wildfIre hazard. This low rating is also based on the availability of water from Brush Creek and Salt Creek. Placing fIre hydrants within 1000 feet throughout the development will also help to mitigate fIre hazard. The addition of Adam's Rib Ranch Road adds an additional ingress/egress which helps mitigate wildfIre hazards by aiding in evacuation should a wildfIre occur. Primary roads should be wide enough to allow access for fIre suppression equipment and personnel, 22024 feet wide minimum. The use of Class A rated roofmg material and noncombustible siding/decks on all structures will also contribute to this low rating. I would recommend moving several of the bunk houses and the common buck house on the east side of the development further away from the slope. This would allow for maximum defensible space between the bunk houses and the pinion pine/juniper fuel type which is extremely prone to wildfIre. Town of Eagle - Please refer to attachment dated August 1, 2007. . As you are aware the Town has a First Amendment to Water Services Agreement for water service to the Frost Creek/Salt Creek PUD. In this agreement the Town will provide water to one (1) single family ranch house on a residential lot, one (I) detached Accessory Dwelling Unit and an equestrian center and related shooting sport facilities. The current proposal with the three (3) bunkhouses and ranch manager residence is in excess of the agreement between the Town and Kummer Development. In order, for water to be provided to the special use it will be required that the current Water Services Agreement. The next Town Trustees meeting is Tuesday, August 14th. As an aside, Kummer Development did represent to the Town during negotiations of the First Amendment to Water Services Agreement that the proposed single family dwelling was to be the Ranch Manager residence. . The application proposes the ADD to be located on a separate parcel from the sign family residence. Under this design the ADD or "Ranch Manager Residence" is not an ADU. It is not accessory or integral to the single family residence as required by the PUD. Furthermore, the ADD proposed is 3,500. The maximum size of an ADU in the PUD is 1,000 square feet. Lastly, it is on a separate parcel that is conveyable separate and apart from the single family structure. . According to the PUD the intent for both the equestrian center use and single family residence was to preserve the ranching characteristics of the land. For example, the design or layout of uses would be similar that of a traditional ranch headquarters where both working and living occurred in a concentrated area. A good example would be the Adams Rib Ranch headquarters just south of this proposal off of Brush Creek Road. The current design is opposite with uses spread over a large area and separate by large distances. Also, the PUD states that Salt Creek will be developed in manner that favors open space and natural resources. To that end, all improvements, roads, trails, buildings should be located not to impact natural resources (creeks, floodplains, wetlands and riparian areas). . Equally important to site design are the architectural plans for all proposed buildings. The application provides only a rendering of one of the propose bunkhouses. It should be required that all architectural plans be provided and that the design of the structures that has a style representative of traditional western Colorado ranches. Architecture plays an important role in helping this project achieve the intent of the PUD for the Salt Creek development. 33 03/11/08 . Grazing limitation and standards should be required to prevent overgrazing of pasture lands and grazing taking place in the most sensitive areas of the site, such as the wetlands and riparian areas. . The application seems to be outside of the established PUD criteria for both the single family and equestrian facility uses. If the Applicant desires to continue with this application the County should require both a PUD amendment and special use permit review. Specifically, the proposed bunkhouses and ranch manager residence are the uses and structures that do not meet the adopted and approved PUD guidelines. · Resolution No. 2005-016 of the Board of County Commission required certain conditions to be met by Kummer Development as part of their PUD approval. One of the conditions is important to the Town of Eagle, as follows: . Prior to final plat approval, the applicant should agree to participate in the funding of a traffic signal at the intersection of Brush Creek Road/Bull Pasture Road and Capitol Street. The Town requests that the County amend this condition to allow for this funding to be directed to a traffic signal at an intersection as determined by the Town of Eagle. For example, Frost Creek and Salt Creek traffic can and will use the streets within the Eagle Ranch neighborhood. This condition will lead to traffic signals being warranted in this area of Town long before one is ever needed at the Brush Creek RoadlBull Pasture Road and Capitol Street intersection. This condition should be met and agreement in place prior to any approval of this special use application. . Location and design of the Trail Gulch trailhead needs to be included with this special use application and constructed at the same time as the Salt Creek trail. . This application has been submitted at an opportune time for a dialogue to be opened regarding land conservation in the Brush Creek Valley. Conserving natural resources and rural character is a major goal of the adopted Eagle Area Community Plan (the "EACP") and it appears that this same goal will exist as the update of the EACP is fmalized in the fall of this year. Furthermore, current development applications, which include this application and Upper and Lower Ranch pose a major challenge toward protecting important natural resources and rural character in the Brush Creek Valley. To that end, the County should take the lead in coordinating a major land conservation effort for the Brush Creek Valley. It could be a project that benefits both the private and public interests. On the public side, approximately 2,000+ acres could be conserved as open space, protecting both natural resources and rural character. The private side (i.e., Kummer Development) could be granted a density transfer of Upper and Lower Ranch units to Frost Creek to further support this major golf course community and to the JHY Parcel or Haymeadow Parcel to support community workforce housing efforts. The Town understands that this is much beyond the scope of review for a special use, however, all players are at the table with this application and it seems that timing, community and political values are aligning to make this far fetched idea a reality. In addition to these responses, we also received letters from Charles P. Ridgeway - please see letter attached dated June 29th, 2007 and an email from Ted & Lori Seipel dated August 15,2007. Additional Referral Agencies - This proposal was referred to the following agencies with no response received as of this writing: . Eagle County: Attorney's Office; Animal Services; Road and Bridge Department; Sheriff's Office; Historical Society; school district . Federal: BLM; Army Corps of Engineers . Service District: Century Tel; KN Energy; Holy Cross Electric; Ambulance District . BOA: Eagle Ranch Town of Eagle - Please refer to letter dated October 9, 2007. 34 03/11108 The First Amendment to the Water Service Agreement - Frost Creek Property, dated August 24, 2004, between the Town of Eagle and the Kummer Development Corporation allows for up to 6EQR of water sue on the Salt Creek property. The current plans for the Salt Creek have buildings that will use 5.7 EQR of the 6.0 allowed. The Town believes the current PUD application to be in conformance with the aforementioned agreement. State of Colorado Geological Survey - Please refer to email dated September 19, 2007 The Indoor Arena and Stable building has been moved outside of the mapped debris flow hazard area, and the common bunkhouse has been deleted. This satisfies the debris flow concerns presented in CGS's letter dated June 25,2007. However, I noticed that basements are planned for the Ranch Manager's Residence and the two Bunkhouses. Based on HP Geotech's borings, the close proximity of Salt Creek, and the presence of wetlands in the area, groundwater should be expected to occur, at least seasonally, at very shallow depths beneath the site. Since fmished floor elevations must be maintained at least 3 to 4 feet above maximum anticipated groundwater levels, full-depth basements may not be feasible and should not be considered unless more detailed information is obtained about seasonal depths to groundwater. Foundation perimeter drains will probably be needed to prevent excessive wetting of collapsible soils surrounding foundation elements. Greater Eagle Fire Protection - Please refer to letter dated October 3, 2007 REF: The Salt CreekIFrost Creek PUD, Equestrian Facility and surrounding structures. WE accept this PUD with the following points. 1. All buildings in this new PUS need to be spinklered. See previous letter dated August 11, 2007. If and agreeable site is located for a fire station, we would be willing to re-evaluate the need for the buildings (other than the equestrian center) to be sprinklered. 2. Provide fire hydrants with a minimum flow of 1500 gpm at each end of the indoor arena. (These hydrants are currently shown on the Salt Creek PUD engineering drawings). They need to be diagonal from each other. 3. An all weather drivable surface area around the indoor arena that allows emergency vehicle access to all sides of the arena. Currently, the plan shows a driveway around the arena as requested. Actual dimension will be addressed during the building plan review. 4. Turning radii appear to meet Greater Eagle Fire Protection District's vehicle requirements. A minimum of 20 feet road width will be required on dead-end roads up to 500 feet long and 26 feet road width up to 750 feet long. Once a more detail construction plan is submitted we can better determine road requirements. 5. Bridges will have to meet the minimum weight requirements of GVW 75,500 lbs and/or GA WR weights of27,000 lbs. 6. As discussed with Adam's Rib, Old Salt Creek Road from its intersection with Salt Creek Road to the Trail Gulch trailhead will be improved. This will also provide secondary access to the facility. C. SUMMARY: The proposed equestrian facility is generally in compliance with the Adam's Rib Frost & Salt Creek PUD Guide. It is consistent with surrounding uses in the area. D. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S OPTIONS: 1. Approve the Salt Creek equestrian facility SUP 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 of the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan (and/or other applicable master plans). 35 03/11/08 2. Deny the Salt Creek equestrian facility SUP request 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 the Salt Creek equestrian facility SUP request if additional information is required to fully evaluate the petition. Give specific direction to the petitioner and staff. 4. Approve the Salt Creek equestrian facility SUP request 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 of the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan (and/or other applicable master plans). SUGGESTED CONDITIONS: I. The owner/applicant must comply with the Adam's Rib Frost and Salt Creek PUD Wildlife Miti2ation and Enhancement Plan, within the PUD Guide, and/or the suggestions in the CDOW letter dated August 7, 2007, whichever is more restrictive. 2. A manure management plan will be in place and shall adhere to Division 4-5, Commercial and Industrial Performance Standards, and be approved by Eagle County prior to grading permit issuance. 3. For riparian protection, grazing shall be limited when soils are wet and grazing rotation annually must be implemented to reduce degradation to the pastureland, enforced by the Adam's Rib Frost and Salt Creek PUD Wildlife Miti2ation and Enhancement Plan 4. All six (6) points in the letter dated October 3,2007 from the Greater Eagle Fire Protection District shall be considered conditions and shall be implemented prior to issuance of either the building permit or grading permit, whichever comes fIrSt. 5. No development or structures shall be erected on the Salt Creek parcel beyond the scope of work proposed within this Special Use Permit without prior approval from the Town of Eagle and Eagle County Community Development department. This includes any development that requires potable water. 6. If the EQR's differ from what has been provided by the applicant ("Salt Creek EQR;s") an amendment to the Water Agreement with the Town of Eagle must occur. 7. Except as otherwise modified by this development permit, all material representations made by the Applicant in this application and in public meeting shall be adhered to and considered conditions of approval. 8. Trail alignment needs to be moved completely out of riparian area - subject to County Staff approval prior to grading permit. 9. A Trail Easement to connect between Old Salt Creek Road and the existing approved trail on the Salt Creek parcel must be in place prior to the grading permit issuance. 36 03/1I/08 DISCUSSION: Ms. De Graaf presented the file. She stated that at the February 12, 2008 meeting the board gave the applicant specific direction on what should be changed. The applicant returned with changes and an updated site plan. Boots Ferguson stated that on behalf of the applicant they appreciate the opportunity to revisit and address the board's comments and concerns. Commissioner Menconi asked if there had been any changes made to the bike path or road. Ms. De Graaf stated that there were no changes made to the road but the bike path had been moved. Chairman Runyon wondered if there were any environmental health implications of horses and humans sharing living space. Ms. De Graaf stated that the issue had been discussed. The county does not have specific regulations for that use. Mr. Gray, project manager with Adam's Rib Ranch spoke. He stated that they have worked hard to adjust the scope of the project and respond to the board's comments and interest of the public during the course of the hearings. He presented a slide presentation that provided images of the proposed facility and details of the project. He stated that less than 2% of the site would be developed. The remaining area would remain open and undeveloped. The bike path was moved out of the riparian areas wherever possible and routed along Brush Creek to enhance the users' enjoyment. The path adds 1.13 miles to the ECO trails. The single-family parcel was reduced to 12 acres from the previous 38 acres. They have reduced the scope of the facility and eliminated the two bunkhouses. The arena stable building has been reduced to 40,000 square feet. The equestrian portion of the site will consist of only two structures, the arena and ranch manager residence. The indoor arena will include the arena; horse stables, and living quarters for up to 3 ranch hands. The indoor arena is sized to provide the needed space for equestrian activities throughout the winter months. The applicant believes this is typical and consistent with facilities throughout the state. They provided a preliminary floor plan showing the layout of the stalls. The arena is located adjacent to large willows and cottonwoods that will help reduce the visual impact of the building. The ranch manager residence is approximately 3500 square feet and built in a style that compliments the ranching and agricultural surroundings. The applicant believes the location and alignment of the road is necessary. It provides ease of access for users of the equestrian center and minimizes the impact to the neighbors and riparian area. He presented the applicants proposed conditions. During their research, they talked with many equestrian facility owners and feel that the need to have onsite employees is necessary. The applicant believes the ranch manager residence is appropriate and vital to the care of the property and will facilitate in the protection of the wetlands and wildlife areas. Along with the revised proposal, the applicant has agreed to adopt all of the proposed conditions with two minor modifications. First, to all allow construction of initial infrastructure construction to occur during August 1 and September 30 and second, to allow access to the riparian wetland areas during closure times for the purposes of irrigation, maintenance, etc. Mr. Ferguson stated that they had debated at great length as to whether a ranch manager's residence was needed and the applicant believes it is a very important component of the project. Chairman Runyon opened public comment. Rosie Shearwood, Brush Creek resident spoke. She stated that she is not opposed to horses but she would like to know more clearly how the transportation is now aligned within the parcel. She asked if Old Salt Creek Road would be maintained for access to the property. Ms. De Graaf stated that road would remain open for public use and maintained by the county. Mr. Gray stated that they have agreed to maintain the road from the south end to the trailhead. Ms. Shearwood stated that she believes the board and the planning department need time to review the proposed changes and see what they truly represent before making any final approvals. She believes that the manager's house is much bigger than what makes sense for that position. She doesn't understand the timing the applicant proposed condition related to the timing of construction in the riparian and wetland if there was to be no building in those areas Charlie Ridgway, adjacent property owner spoke. He asked about the condition requiring an easement were the bike path crosses his land. He has no problem with the easement but the condition is no longer listed in the applicant's new proposal. Ms. De Graaf stated that the condition is listed in one of staff's conditions. Bob McKenzie, Bruce Creek resident spoke. He asked about the job description of the ranch manager. He believes the size of the home is over reached. He believes that grazing horses on pastureland leased from the 37 03/11/08 county doesn't qualify as agriculture land. He thinks the road is unfriendly to the people who are across the street at the entrance. Craig Wescoatt, Colorado Division of Wildlife spoke. He stated that the condition relating to construction in wetlands from August I to September 30 is to reduce any type of settlement that might get into Brush Creek. High settlement during this time will kill the reproduction offish species during that year. He believes there are other precautions that could be taken. He believes that there will be a larger area than 2% of the property impacted by the grazing. He believes that any administrative use to keep the ditches running is perfectly fme. He approves of the proposed conditions that affect the direct wildlife proposals only if the intrusions are a one-time deal. Mr. Gray stated that there is a small amount of wetland that would be impacted but the Army Corp of Engineers considers it small enough amount that they would allow the construction. The parcel was primarily used for cattle pasture and will remain as open pasture other than the areas designated for the arena and the ranch manager residence. They will incorporate pasture management. Fencing will prevent the horses from entering the riparian areas. He stated that they do have some flexibility on the road alignment and are willing to work with the neighbors if necessary. Commissioner Fisher asked about the flexibility of the access location. Mr. Gray stated that they are limited to the north but the road could be realigned close to the property line depending on set back requirements. Commissioner Fisher asked if it would be possible to elevate the bike path where it encroaches on the wetlands. Mr. Gray stated that this might be possible. Ms. De Graaf recommended keeping the suggested condition until the trails director has an opportunity to review the design. Commissioner Fisher stated that she recalls one single-family dwelling on this property in the original proposal. Mr. Ferguson stated that he believes the proposal presented is consistent with the original PUD guide. There were two parcels, an equestrian center, and a single-family parcel. The applicant believes the single-family lot parcel is consistent with what was zoned. The question before the board is whether the ranch manager's residence and employees are constant with the uses that were approved for the equestrian facility parcel. Commissioner Fisher asked if the trails would be clearly marked so there would not be any encroachment on the wetlands. Mr. Gray stated that any of the restrictions would be part of the membership disclosure that the members of Adam's Mountain Country Club would have to follow. There are trails established. The ranch manager would oversee the trail usage. Commissioner Fisher asked if there would be a full kitchen in the bunkhouse. Mr. Gray stated that there would be one shared kitchen and bathroom facility. There would be no more than three employees living in the bunkhouse. Commissioner Fisher asked about the placement and size of the ranch manager home. Mr. Gray stated that the home was placed in an area that they believed was the most build able area on the property and in an area that overlooks the property. The owner selected the size. Commissioner Fisher asked if there would be restrictions placed on the ranch manager as to animals in or around the area other than household pets. Mr. Gray stated that there would be restrictions in place for all of the residents including the ranch manager. In the guide, there is a limited amount of fencing that can be used for household pets. Commissioner Menconi asked that Tyler Ryan, county engineer if he had any recommendation for the placement ofthe road. Mr. Ryan stated that the road meets the county standards for emergency access and the point is fairly wide open with plenty of site distance. Commissioner Menconi asked if there would be any guard gates and if the roads would be private or public. Mr. Gray stated that the applicant has agreed to maintain the Old Salt Creek Road from Salt Creek Road to the trailhead. There are no gates proposed but they will encourage the public to us Old Salt Creek Road. Commissioner Menconi asked if the applicant had given any more thought to a conservation easement. Mr. Gray stated that much of the property would be preserved as it is now with the exception of some of the fencing around the pastureland. They have set aside over 320 acres for wildlife setback. He is unsure what's involved with a conservation easement. Mr. Ferguson stated that they have a contractual obligation with the Town of Eagle that addresses both the wildlife setback, brush creek setback, the road setback, the wetland setback, and riparian setback. Those agreements are of record. Commissioner Menconi asked Cindy Cohagen to talk about a letter she submitted. The letter talked about having an interest in seeing this land put into a conservation easement. 38 03/11/08 Ms. Cohagen stated that her intent of talking about a conservation easement was to place in permanent protection a significant portion of the open space. There are over 300 acres of hillside property and specific portions throughout the property that could benefit. Commissioner Menconi asked if there would be a benefit to the owner if the land were placed in a conservation easement. Ms. Cohagen stated that there are tax benefits available if it is a voluntary action by the owner. Commissioner Menconi asked what portion of the property would have public access besides the Salt Creek Road. Mr. Gray stated that the bike path going through the middle of the property would be open to the public and from the trailhead east up Trail Gulch is publicly accessible. Commissioner Menconi stated that he was not in favor of the project originally. He would like to create more public access and not allow another guard gated community. Mr. Ferguson stated that the road would be private. They have agreed that there would not be formal competitive public events because of traffic concerns. They are trying to open it up to the public but there are other concerns to consider. Commissioner Menconi asked Bob Morris if the board had the authority to reduce the size of the single- family parcel. Bob Morris, county attorney stated that the board has the authority to accept it or come up with a rational reason to request a further reduction. His concern is with the flexibility of the language in the PUD amendment. He wondered if the applicant would be willing to waive the right of the ADD attached to the single-family lot. He would like reassurance that there will only be two residences on the property. Mr. Ferguson stated that they had a maximum of30 ADU's for Frost Creek and Salt Creek combined. They were not allocated on a lot basis; they were allocated on a first come first serve basis. ADD's are restricted to 1000 feet and were not considered to be family residences. The applicant negotiated hard for the 30 ADD's and if an ADU was restricted from this portion of the PUD they would like to have the option of using it somewhere else. He views the purpose of this effort to finalize the boundaries within the parcel and obtain the authorization of site- specific locations for the buildings and facilities. Commissioner Menconi stated that he resuscitated the file at the last meeting to allow the applicant to provide more detail. He expressed frustration that this detail had not been provided. He believes the board now has some clarification but there are still issues that have not been addressed. He believes that if the county is going to take on a maintaining a road it better be accessing something that has a broad range in terms of public use Mr. Gray stated that the only area that will be fenced is the equestrian site. There is a public trailhead with a parking lot for it up on Trail Gulch, which they have built. Commissioner Menconi stated that it seems whenever dealing with the applicant it's always the bare minimum of what is expected. He would like to see a conservation easement that encompasses both sides of Salt Creek for potential public access and permanency. He is also not keen on the fact that tract E is overlapping a public trail. Chairman Runyon stated that the board was close to denying the application last time it was presented. The board indicated that they wanted to go with the original agreement, which was, one dwelling unit and an equestrian center. There was not the extra house. Ms. De Graaf stated that the PUD allows for one single-family unit, one ADU and an equestrian facility to be approved through a special use permit process. It is at the board's discretion as to whether or not the manager's residence is a part of the equestrian facility. The applicant has moved the bunkhouse into the stable but still left the managers house. There are currently three structures being proposed. Mr. Ferguson stated that he would be willing to recommend to his client that the ADD not be associated with this single-family lot if it were a condition of approval however, he believes they have the legal right to have the manager's residence. The residence will remain in the ownership of the equestrian center and will only be rented to an employee of the equestrian center. Chairman Runyon asked if the fences would wildlife friendly. Mr. Ferguson stated that they would be. Chairman Runyon stated that he would like to see the single-family home integrated into the area. He asked the maximum square footage of the home. Mr. Gray stated the maximum square feet is 10,000. Chairman Runyon stated that he would like to see 8 stalls dedicated to the community. Mr. Ferguson stated that he believes the facility is a community asset. Chairman Runyon asked if the applicant would be willing to restrict the size of the single-family home to 7000 square feet. Mr. Gray stated that he didn't believe it would be a problem. Commissioner Menconi reiterated his desire for defined public open space area if the county is going to take on the maintenance of Old Salt Creek Road. He's not as concerned with square footage as he is with regards to a conservation easement. 39 03/11/08 Mr. Ferguson stated that Mr. Kummer thought he was protecting the area when he entered into an agreement with Town of Eagle. The issue of access by the public was not one he resisted. Mr. Craig stated he is concerned with Old Salt Creek Road becoming a public access. The applicant's guidelines do not apply to BLM land. He suggested working with BLM so that winter closures would go in affect at this location to protect the wildlife. Commissioner Menconi asked Ms. Cohagen to explain the tax benefits associated with a conservation easement. Ms. Cohagen stated that she had asked several times to this audience and the Planning Commission that Mr. Kummer consider a conservation easement donation on the property prior to getting to this point. Conservation easements can be tailored to the specific interest and needs of the donor. Mr. Ferguson stated that there are currently specific restrictions on the land and there was already a contractual obligation with the Town of Eagle. He stated that if it is important to the board to have a conservation easement put on the land then it can be added as a condition for Mr. Kummer's consideration. Commissioner Menconi stated that a conservation easement is a great opportunity and should be considered. He asked Mr. Morris what would be a reasonable next step. Mr. Morris stated that there have been a number of issues addressed. He stated that the board could grant approval subject to development of conditions. The alternative would be to table the file. Staff would have to determine whether all the concerns that have been raised have been incorporated in the conditions. Commissioner Menconi asked Mr. Morris to summarize the concerns that would become additional conditions. Mr. Morris stated that there is the question of whether there will be an ADU on the single-family parcel. There is a question for stretching the language of the existing PUD to encompass a ranch manager's house. There's the further question of whether or not a formal easement is appropriate or necessary. The additional concerns that have been raised have to do with a comfort level with the alignment of the new road. Commissioner Menconi stated that there was one other concern mentioned by Chairman Runyon that related to the square footage requirement on the single-family home. Ms. De Graaf asked Mr. Morris if the conditions such as the conservation easement, 8 stalls for public use, and so on were not agreed upon by the owner whether the file would be null and void. Mr. Morris stated that it would be a denial or an agreement to the conditions. He believes the conditions will take a cooperative effort by the applicant and staff. Mr. Ferguson stated that he understands the consequences and the conditions. He believes the applicant would be comfortable with agreeing to the outline of conditions. Chairman Runyon stated that he believes that the applicant's agreement with the Town of Eagle could be changed. The board is pro conservation easement because of the perpetual nature. Mr. Ferguson stated that they take the board's thoughts seriously and they will present those thoughts to Mr. Kummer. Commissioner Fisher stated that she is concerned with the size of the single-family parcel and wondered what would be permitted such as horses, additional out buildings and fencing. Mr. Gray stated that the owner would be subject to the same restrictions that are in the PUD guide. Mr. Ferguson stated that from a zoning standpoint any addition structures would not be permitted. This lot is zoned the same as those in the Frost Creek project. Commissioner Fisher asked about the bike path maintenance going through the single-family lot. Mr. Gray stated that Adam's Rib would maintain it until the county deemed it their time to take over. Mr. Morris recommended that the board instruct staff to prepare a list of conditions that adequately reflected all the concerns of the commission. The conditions would be submitted to the commissioners for their review in terms of what should be on the table. The applicant would then review the conditions and respond. Mr. Ferguson stated that they believe the procedure suggested by Mr. Morris is appropriate. Commissioner Menconi stated that he would like to make sure the applicant understands the value of a conservation easement and an open space area that the public could enjoy. He is interested in having public assess yet at the same time managing the mindfulness of the Department of Wildlife concerns. Commissioner Fisher stated that she would like to see the ADU moved off the single-family lot and become the ranch manager's house. Mr. Ferguson stated that once they get Mr. Kummer's blessing they would provide staff with some proposed conditions. Commissioner Menconi moved to approve file no. ZS-OO 156 Salt CreekIFrost Creek PUD, Equestrian Facility incorporating the conditions provided by staff and the following additional conditions; 1. The ADD being utilized as the ranch managers residence and not on the single family home site 2. The formalization of a conservation easement with public access as diagramed by Cindy Cohagen, Executive Director of the Eagle Valley land Trust 40 03/11/08 3. The consideration ofthe headlights onto neighboring properties with regards to the alignment of the Adams Rib Ranch Road 4. A square feet limitation of 7000 on the single-family home site. 5. The single-family acreage shall be compatible to the Frost Creek property, prohibiting horses on the property by the homeowner. 6. There will be eight (8) stalls for public use in the horse stable. In addition, agreeing to the proposed modification of the written condition number I as proposed by the applicant, subject to the agreement of the Department of Wildlife. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. PDF-OOIOO Salt Creek/Frost CreekPUD Final Plat Lisa de Graaf, Planning Department NOTE: ACTION: Tabled from 2/12/08 The purpose ofthis final plat is to establish land use on Salt Creek parcel. LOCATION: Situated on either side of Brush Creek Road, approximately 3.5 miles southeast from the Town of Eagle. FILE NO./PROCESS: PROJECT NAME: LOCATION: OWNER: APPLICANT: REPRESENTATIVE: PDF-00100; Final Plat Salt Creek Final Plat South from the Town of Eagle on Brush Creek Road Kummer Development Owners Bruce Gray, Kummer Development I. PROJECT DESCRIPTION A. SUMMARY OF REOUEST: The intent of this plat is to create a new lot with two (2) building envelopes (residential, support structures); a new road and trail and other easements. This Plat is concurrent with the approval of an equestrian facility. The Frost Creek & Salt Creek PUD approved in 2005 and required a Special Use Permit process to allow for the development of the an equestrian facility. B. South: AgriculturaWacant Resource Residential Resource AgriculturaV Residential East: AgriculturaVV acant Resource/ Backcoun ARlAL Resource AgriculturaVV acant AgriculturaVV acant 41 03/11/08 Site Conditions: Vacant pasture with riparian areas, Salt & Brush Creeks Acres: 520 ac Square feet: 472 ac TOE -i~~lj${"}; - Via Brush Creek Road 91% ISDS D. CHRONOLOGYIBACKGROUND: . 2003 - ZC-00059 and PDSP-00016 Zone Change and combined Sketch / Preliminary Plan approval was granted for the still in effect Adam's Rib Frost Creek and Salt Creek Planned Unit Development. . 2003 - 1041-00044, granted to extend water line . 2004 -1014-00057, Amendment to the 1041 above . 2005 - PDA-00056, Amendment to the Frost & Salt Creek PUD to move residential lots . 2007 - ZS -00156, Special Use Permit to allow for equestrian facility 2. STAFF REPORT A. NECESSARY FINDINGS: PROCESS INTENT ECLUR Section: S-280.B.5 Subdivision Final plat Section Purpose: At the meeting on the Final Plat for Subdivision, the Board of County Commissioners shall review the Final Plat, the submittal materials, provide both County staff and the applicant an opportunity to comment, and approve or disapprove the Final Plat for Subdivision based on whether it conforms to the approval given to the Preliminary Plan for Subdivision and the standards in Section 5-280.B.3.e., Standards., considering specifically the adequacy of required improvements and the acceptance of areas dedicated for public use and easements. Standards: 5-280.B.5.b (3) and 5-280.B.3.e Pursuant to Section 5-280.B.5.b (3), of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations, it has been found that: (1) This fmal plat conforms to, and is consistent with the intentions, representations and conditions as approved with the Preliminary Plan for the subdivisionIPUD. (2) Required improvements are adequate including roadways, pedestrian and recreation pathways, and infrastructure. (3) Areas dedicated for public use and all anticipated easements are as approved in the Preliminary Plan and are acceptable as presented in the Final Plat application. Section 5-280.B.3.e: STANDARD: Consistency with Comprehensive Plan. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (1)] - The proposed subdivision shall be consistent with the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan and the FLUM of the Comprehensive Plan. EAGLE COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 42 03/11/08 EAGLE AREA COMMUNITY PLAN EAGLE COUNTY OPEN SPACE PLAN x x x x x x x ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS 43 03/11/08 STANDARD: Consistent with Land Use Regulations. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (2)] The proposed subdivision shall comply with all of the standards of this Section and all other provisions of these Land Use Regulations, including, but not limited to, the applicable standards of Article 3, Zone Districts. and Article 4, Site Development Standards. ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Spatial Pattern Shall Be EffICient [Section 5-280.B.3.e (3)] The proposed subdivision shall be located and designed to avoid creating spatial patterns that cause inefficiencies in the delivery of public services, or require duplication or premature extension of public facilities, or result in a "leapfrog" pattern of development. (1) Utility and Road Extensions. Proposed utility extensions shall be consistent with the utility's service plan or shall require prior County approval of an amendment to the service plan. Proposed road extensions shall be consistent with the Eallle Countv Road CllDital I111Drovements Plan. (2) Serve UltillUlte Population. Utility lines shall be sized to serve the planned ultimate population of the service area to avoid future land disruption to upgrade under-sized lines. (4) Coordinate Utility Extensions. Generally, utility extensions shall only be allowed when the entire range of necessary facilities can be provided, rather than incrementally extending a single service into an otherwise un-served area. ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Suitability for Development. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (4)] The property proposed to be subdivided shall be suitable for development, considering its topography, environmental resources and natural or human-made hazards that may affict the potential development of the property, and existing and probable future improvements to the area. The areas subject to construction are developable. ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Compatibility with Surrounding Uses. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (5)] - The proposed subdivision shall be compatible with the character of existing land uses in the area and shall not adversely affect the future development of the surrounding area. The findings the Special Use Permit effectively demonstrated that this project is sufficiently compatible for development in this area of Eagle County. Approval of this Final Plat does not modify any previous fmding. ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS 44 03/11108 STANDARD: Adequate Facilities. [Section 5-280.B.3.e (6)] - The applicant shall demonstrate that the development proposed in the Sketch or Preliminary Plan will be provided adequate facilities for potable water supply, sewage disposal, solid waste disposal, electrical supply, fire protection and roads and will be conveniently located in relation to schools, police andfire protection, and emergency medical services ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS Any outstanding issues surrounding the above Findings are the result of the accompanying Special Use Permit and should be resolved prior to the approval to the Final Plat. B. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OPTIONS: * Approve the PDF -00100 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 of the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan (and/or other applicable master plans). * Deny the PDF -00100 request 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). * Table the PDF -00100 request if additional information is required to fully evaluate the petition. Give specific direction to the petitioner and staff. * Approve the PDF -00100 request 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 of the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan (and/or other applicable master plans). Commissioner Fisher moved to table File No.PDF-OOIOO Salt Creek/Frost Creek PUD Final Plat until April 22, 2008. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. AFP-00268 Bear Gulch Subdivision 2. Lot 1 Jena Skinner-Markowitz, Planning Department ACTION: The purpose of this plat is to relocate the existing building envelope on Lot I. LOCATION: 0913 Jouflas Ranch Road; Wolcott FILE NO./PROCESS: PROJECT NAME: LOCATION: AFP-00268 / Amended Final Plat Lot 1, Bear Gulch Subdivision No.2 0913 Jouflas Ranch Rd 45 03/11/08 OWNER: APPLICANT: REPRESENTATIVE: Paul Leland Hardy and Bonnie Hardy Owner Marcin Engineering 1. PROJECT DESCRIPTION A. SUMMARY: The intent of this plat is to modify the existing buDding envelope on Lot 1 in order to "relocate" the building envelope from one area of property to another (see attached). This modification achieves the foUowing: It reduces the visuallridgeline impacts associated with the existing envelope location; it moves the building envelope away from a platted wildlife corridor; and provides additional privacy/separates any new dwelling slated for Lot 1 away from neighboring residences. B. CHRONOLOGY: $ 1995- Bear Gulch Subdivision No.2 was platted. $ 2007- Application for an amended plat submitted C. SITE DATA: Sl,llToundiDg Land Uses I Zoning: North: Unplatted Resource South: Platted: Residential East: Platted: Residential Resource 486,303.84 Yes- Well Yes- ISDS D. NECESSARY 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 were notifiedfor this file as required pursuant to Section 5-210. No responses were received from any of the adjacent property owners. 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. 46 03/11/08 As this project seeks to relocate an existing envelope, the intent of this plat IS consistent with the previous approval which created single family homesites. 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. DOES NOT apply. e. Restrictive Plat Note Alteration. DOES NOT apply. E. SUMMARY ANALYSIS: Benefits/Disadvantages. When considering this proposal, the benefits of modifying the building envelope outweigh the disadvantages. Benefits include: * Moves the building envelope to an area on the lot which does not impact the ridgeline (based on presented analysis). The applicants have an existing, vested right in the existing envelope location, where they could get a building permit and be exempt from ridgeline controls; * Moves the building envelope to an area on the lot away from a previously platted wildlife corridor; * Separates the future residence on Lot 1, from neighboring residence(s); provides own~rs additional privacy; Disadvantages: * None identified with this application. F. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OPTIONS: 1. Approve the [AMENDED FINAL PLAT] 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. 2. Deny the [AMENDED FINAL PLAT] request 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 3. Table the [AMENDED FINAL PLAT] request if additional information is required to fully evaluate the petition. Give specific direction to the petitioner and staff. 4. Approve the [AMENDED FINAL PLAT] request 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. DISCUSSION: Ms. Skinner-Markowitz presented the file. The modification will reduce the visual /ridgeline impact associated with the existing envelope location and moves the building envelope away from a platted wildlife corridor. She stated that the applicant had met all of the requirements. 47 03/11/08 BiIl Messer, Marcin Engineering was present. Chairman Runyon opened and closed public comment as there was none. Commissioner Fisher moved to approve the file no. AFP-00268 Bear Gulch Subdivision 2, Lot 1. Commissioner Menconi seconded. The vote was declared unanimous. Work Session - Long Range Planning Tree Farm Kris Aoki, Community Development Recorded Attest: There being no further business be ~'iliem~~008' Chairman \'5 ~: \..-.-- ij- I i) uvr \.. 48 03/11/08