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Minutes 08/05/08 PUBLIC HEARING August 5, 2008 Present: Peter Runyon Am Menconi Keith Montag Robert Morris Christina Hooper Kathy Scriver Chairman Commissioner Acting County Manager Deputy County Attorney Assistant County Attorney Deputy Clerk to the Board Absent: Sara Fisher Bruce Baumgartner Commissioner County Manager This being a scheduled Public Hearing, the following items were presented to the Board of County Commissioners for their consideration: JULY 2008 BILL PAYING AND PAYROLL 911 FUND CENTURYTEL SERVICE $ 177.97 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES SERVICE $ 604.66 NOMAD TECHNOLOGIES SERVICE $ 850.00 QWEST SERVICE $ 6.440.97 $ 8,073.60 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND AFLAC SERVICE $ 3,626.78 JOHN HANCOCK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY SERVICE $ 1,358.80 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY SERVICE $ 4,691.48 MUTUAL OF OMAHA SERVICE $ 12.194.88 $ 21,871.94 INSURANCE RESERVE FUND A V TECH ELECTRONICS INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 209.00 COUNTY TECHNICAL SERVICES SERVICE $ 15.651.69 $ 15,860.69 MOTOR POOL FUND A AND E TIRE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 3,658.59 BERTHOD MOTORS SERVICE $ 394.65 BURT CHEVROLET SUPPLIES $ 1,006.37 BURT DODGE CHRYSLER JEEP IN PARKER INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 174.37 CASTLE PEAK AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE $ 597.1 7 CENTURYTEL SERVICE $ 75.91 CHARLENE WHITNEY REIMBURSEMENT $ 38.21 COLE GUENTHER REIMBURSEMENT $ 70.00 COLLEITS SUPPLIES $ 139,427.65 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN SUPPLIES $ 333.75 DELLENBACH MOTORS SUPPLIES $ 22,156.00 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES SUPPLIES $ 6,688.92 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $ 33,63 I .02 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $ 31,739.67 GILLIG CORPORA nON SUPPLIES $ 3,115.66 1 08/05/08 HANSON EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES $ 361.94 HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $ 2,144.50 INST A CHAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 1,226.26 JOHN THATCHER REIMBURSEMENT $ 105.00 LAWSON PRODUCTS SUPPLIES $ 265.77 M & M AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES $ 1,850.09 NOVUS AUTOGLASS SERVICE $ 2,185.33 OLSON PROPERTY MAINTENANCE SERVICE $ 122.21 PAPER WISE SUPPLIES $ 159.05 POWER MOTIVE SUPPLIES $ 1,789.23 PREMIER TIRE TERMINAL SUPPLIES $ 496.04 PREMIER TIRE TERMINAL SUPPLIES $ 381.36 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $ 4,371.99 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $ 4,128.00 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $ 32,790.21 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $ 4,385.72 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICE $ 656.16 UNITED STATES WELDING SUPPLIES $ 28.1 0 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICE $ 1,915.96 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $ 359.32 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 2,053.24 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 123.42 WHITEHALLS ALPINE DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $ 295.20 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 877.83 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SUPPLIES $ 153.44 $ 306.333.31 JULY 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 14,15 &16 $ 116,761.94 LANDFILL FUND CENTRAL FIBER CO SUPPLIES $ 14,160.29 lEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES $ 240.42 WESTERN SLOPE BAR SUPPLIES $ 108.35 WESTERN SLOPE BAR SUPPLIES $ 106.15 WESTERN PAPER DISTRIBUTORS SERVICE $ 55.87 V AIL ELECTRONICS SERVICE $ 415.00 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICE $ 413.10 SW ANA SERVICE $ 171.00 SIGN DESIGN & GRAPHICS, LLC SUPPLIES $ 1,279.94 SHELVING RACK & LOCKERS SUPPLIES $ 656.00 SAN ISABEL TELECOM INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 117.42 KRW CONSULTING SERVICE $ 2,422.3 7 KELLY BERRY REIMBURSEMENT $ 52.99 INSTITUTE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MANAGEMENT SERVICE $ 70.00 ICS - CO, LLC SERVICE $ 1,956.89 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $ 544.95 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $ 35.93 HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS SUPPLIES $ 364.00 GREAT AMERICAN LEASING SERVICE $ 187.50 GREAT AMERICAN LEASING SERVICE $ 101.21 EAGLE V ALLEY MEDICAL CENTER SERVICE $ 90.00 EAGLE V ALLEY ALLIANCE FOR SUST AINABILITY SERVICE $ 50,000.00 DOWN V ALLEY SEPTIC AND DRAIN SERVICE $ 492.50 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE $ 25,414.15 CAROLINA SOFTWARE SUPPLIES $ 19,589.47 AMERIGAS SERVICE $ 265.78 2 08/05/08 A-I ORGANICS SERVICE $ 3,146.53 JESSE MASTEN REIMBURSEMENT $ 75.00 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SUPPLIES $ 41.38 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $ 3,281.77 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $ 3,239.67 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $ 19,782.20 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $ 19,780.66 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $ 20,064.45 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $ 3,239.67 ACZ LABORATORY INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 541.00 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICE $ 413.10 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICE $ 413.10 $ 193.329.81 JULY 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 14,15 &16 $ 70,503.33 eAPIT AL IMPROVEMENT FUND CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $ 41,831.54 ELAM CONSTRUCTION INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 473,795.01 ENERGOV SOLUTIONS LLC SERVICE $ 53,367.80 FILM VIDEO EQUIPMENT SERVICES COMPANY SERVICE $ 6,719.96 G W HANNA WAY AND ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 25,475.00 ISC, INC SERVICE $ 25,479.45 13 AVIATION CONSULTANTS INC SERVICE $ 34,411.70 LAF ARGE CORPORATION INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 58.60 PRIEFERT MANUFACTURING COMPANY INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 9,900.00 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 74,202.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $ 283.89 $ 745,524.95 OPEN SPACE FUND AMERICAN CIVIL CONSTRUCTORS SERVICE $ 172,448.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $ 921.978.00 $ 1,094,426.00 HAZARDOUS MATERIAL FUND MES - MUNICIPAL EMERGENCY SERVICES, INC SUPPLIES $ 1,157.67 MITI MANUFACTURING INC SUPPLIES $ 906.84 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $ 637.28 $ 2,701.79 HOUSING FUND CENTURYTEL SERVICE $ 145.62 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $ 4,775.94 FUNDING PARTNERS FOR HOUSING SOLUTIONS SERVICE $ 359,448.00 KIM BELL WILLIAMS REIMBURSEMENT $ 180.25 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $ 1,526.52 VAIL DAILY SERVICE $ 246.47 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $ 120.54 $ 366.443.34 JULY 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 14,15&16 $ 6,411.30 800 MHZ FUND CENTURYTELOFEAGLE SERVICE $ 25,772.33 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $ 42,247.57 3 08/05/08 --- LEGACY COMMUNICATIONS INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 19,898.40 QWEST SERVICE $ 5,310.44 QWEST CORPORATION SERVICE $ 2.900.00 $ 96,128.74 AIRPORT FUND AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 14.70 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 8,268.3 I AMERICAN ASSOCIATION AIRPORT EXECUTIVES SERVICE $ 675.00 ASMI SERVICE $ 9,270.00 BRIAN SCHOFIELD REIMBURSEMENT $ 179.81 COOPER CROUSE HINDS SUPPLIES $ 897.00 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $ 58.64 DISH NETWORK SERVICE $ 59.99 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $ 125,778.05 EAGLE V ALLEY GLASS AND MIRROR SUPPLIES $ 42.35 EAGLE V ALLEY MEDICAL CENTER SERVICE $ 90.00 ELAM CONSTRUCTION INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 185,270.40 ELIZETH CASTILLO SERVICE $ 240.00 GRAINGER INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 705.11 H&H HYDRAULICS INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 384.80 HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $ 4,034.55 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SERVICE $ 1,955.99 J3 AVIATION CONSULTANTS INC SERVICE $ 8,064.40 JOSH NAGLE REIMBURSEMENT $ 439.44 KODIAK NORTHWEST SUPPLIES $ 60.53 MICRO PLASTICS SUPPLIES $ 45.68 MOORE MEDICAL CORPORATION SUPPLIES $ 33.97 MYSLIK INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 800.00 NEXTEL SERVICE $ 562.11 SERVICEMASTER CLEAN OF V AIL SERVICE $ 4,086.50 STEVE BLAIR REIMBURSEMENT $ 197.96 SUMMITEX LLC SUPPLIES $ 86.87 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $ 16,027.08 THE PARENTS HANDBOOK SERVICE $ 1,200.00 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICE $ 455.05 TOWN OF V AIL SERVICE $ 6,261.48 US CUSTOMS BORDER PROTECTION SERVICE $ 31,842.53 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $ 7,609.32 WAGNEREQUWMENTCOMPANY SERVICE $ 706.95 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 390.00 WESTERN FIRE TRUCK, INC SUPPLIES $ 300.18 WESTERN IMPLEMENTS, INC SUPPLIES $ 92.62 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 431.15 WITMER ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 1,815.00 WORKRITE SUPPLIES $ 2,253.66 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICE $ 630.68 $ 422.317.86 JULY 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 14,15&16 $ 147,351.56 SALES TAX EV TRAILS FUND ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 40.59 AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION SERVICE $ 178.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE $ 3,215.95 COLUMBINE MARKET SUPPLIES $ 76.04 4 08/05/08 COPY PLUS SUPPLIES $ 33.17 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $ 4,725.40 ELLIE CARYL REIMBURSEMENT $ 149.98 FEDERAL EXPRESS SERVICE $ 52.22 GARY THORNTON REIMBURSEMENT $ 39.39 SNOWBOARD OUTREACH SOCIETY SERVICE $ 500.00 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $ 577.19 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $ 673.06 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 205.41 $ 10.466.40 JULY 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 14,15&16 $ 5,326.80 SALES TAX EV TRANSPORTATION AT&T SERVICE $ 174.08 BUFFALO RIDGE AFFORDABLE HOUSING SERVICE $ 7,580.00 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $ 335.23 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 1,084.40 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE SERVICE $ 2.20 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE $ 665.11 COLUMBINE MARKET SUPPLIES $ 63.90 COPY PLUS SUPPLIES $ 13.36 CORPORA TE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $ 389.68 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN SERVICE $ 15,271.10 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $ 328,272.65 EAGLE EMBROIDERY SUPPLIES $ 100.00 FEDERAL EXPRESS SERVICE $ 77.22 GFI GENF ARE SUPPLIES $ 161.95 HASLER INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 197.50 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $ 2,904.60 IMPACT GRAPHICS AND SIGNS SUPPLIES $ 89.52 INNOVATIVE ENERGY SERVICE $ 1,100.00 KINETICO WATER PROS SUPPLIES $ 35.00 KZYRFM SERVICE $ 728.00 LEADVILLE SANITATION DISTRICT SERVICE $ 4,000.00 MOTOROLA SUPPLIES $ 3,527.60 NRC BROADCASTING INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 306.00 OLSON PROPERTY MAINTENANCE SERVICE $ 165.52 PAPER WISE SUPPLIES $ 215.43 P ARKVILLE WATER DISTRICT SUPPLIES $ 9,625.00 QWEST SERVICE $ 267.06 SILVER CREEK DEVELOPMENT SERVICE $ 2,200.00 SOS STAFFING SERVICES SERVICE $ 191.63 STERN ELKIND CURRA Y ALTERMAN LLC SERVICE $ 14,110.00 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $ 42,896.55 TOWN OF AVON SUPPLIES $ 1,554.70 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICE $ 888.73 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICE $ 2,595.06 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 521.92 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $ 1,110.74 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 167.17 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 18.20 WESTON SOLUTIONS INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 3,500.00 XCEL ENERGY SERVICE $ 156.89 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES $ 421.21 $ 447.684.91 5 08/05/08 JULY 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 14,15&16 $ 378,301.80 OFFSITE ROAD IMPROVEMENT FUND GROUND ENGINEERING CONSULTING INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 8.450.00 SOCIAL SERVICE FUND SUZANNE BIERMANN REIMBURSEMENT $ 63.69 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $ 4.05 SWEEP STAKES UNLIMITED SERVICE $ 35.00 STATE OF FLORIDA DEPT OF HEALTH SERVICE $ 18.00 SHERRY A CALOIA, LLC SERVICE $ 2,068.36 SARAH LEBLANC REIMBURSEMENT $ 333.30 OTERO COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE SERVICE $ 23.96 MICHELLE ARANA REIMBURSEMENT $ 165.14 LEXISNEXIS COURTLINK INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 63.05 KYLE MCINTYRE REIMBURSEMENT $ 57.93 KRISTINA HOLLINGER REIMBURSEMENT $ 233.25 JUANA GARCIA REIMBURSEMENT $ 220.18 JUANA GARCIA REIMBURSEMENT $ 164.70 JAN GOVREAU REIMBURSEMENT $ 137.37 ISABEL SANCHEZ REIMBURSEMENT $ 125.24 HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES PETIY CASH SERVICE $ 55.50 EL PASO COUNTY SHERIFF'S SERVICE $ 15.20 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS SERVICE $ 9,074.00 DOREEN CONSTANTINE REIMBURSEMENT $ 30.30 DARLENE MONTANO REIMBURSEMENT $ 81.81 DANALEIGH POWERS REIMBURSEMENT $ 176.75 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE $ 100.00 CHARLENE WHITNEY REIMBURSEM ENT $ 311.72 ADELA JIMENEZ REIMBURSEMENT $ 605.50 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $ 1,366.80 VERlZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 497.28 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $ 13,953.63 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $ 11,820.41 SHERI MINTZ REIMBURSEMENT $ 85.70 QUILL CORPORA nON SUPPLIES $ 18.79 OSM DELIVERY LLC SERVICE $ 448.68 LARSON,REBECCA REIMBURSEMENT $ 50.00 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SUPPLIES $ 60.91 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $ 70,234.15 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $ 70,232.84 DEBBIE TRACY GUZMAN SERVICE $ 216.00 DEBBIE TRACY GUZMAN SERVICE $ 144.00 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $ 69.60 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $ 59,751.40 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $ 8,849.45 $ 251.963.64 JULY 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 14,15 & 16 $ 251,040.70 EARLY CHILDHOOD FUND ALMA VARELA REIMBURSEMENT $ 399.37 BLUE LAKE PRESCHOOL SERVICE $ 25,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT SERVICE $ 20,280.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $ 14.051.53 GYPSUM CAPITAL PARTNERS, LLC SERVICE $ 42,000.00 6 08/05/08 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SUPPLIES $ 46.75 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $ 2,508.42 UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO SERVICE $ 32,450.00 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 30.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $ 787.68 $ 137.553.75 JULY 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 14,15 &16 $ 17,133.01 ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND 980 WINSLOW LLC REFUND $ 2,000.00 A PEAK INCORPORATED REFUND $ 100.00 ALPINE BANK SERVICE $ 10,000.00 BAND B EXCA V A TING SERVICE $ 4,852.39 BASALT SANITATION DISTRICT SERVICE $ 139.50 CEMARK INC,dba COLORADO ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALISTS SERVICE $ 6,308.26 CHESTER'S SERVICE $ 456.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE $ 41.83 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $ 6.88 DAY TIMERS INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 50.24 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $ 166,115.70 EAGLE V AIL TOWNHOUSE ASSOCIATION REFUND $ 100.00 FELSBURG HOLT ULLEVIG SERVICE $ 12,612.58 GA TEW A Y CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION SERVICE $ 228,548.66 GMCO CORPORATION SUPPLIES $ 70,368.78 GMCO LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY OF COLORADO SUPPLIES $ 150,~1.6~ GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SUPPLIES $ 28.45 GRAND RIVER CONSTRUCTION CO SUPPLIES $ 702.10 HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $ 829.46 INTERWEST SAFETY SUPPLY SUPPLIES $ 336.37 LAF ARGE CORPORATION INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 59,146.44 LAKE CREEK METRO DISTRICT SERVICE $ 1,875.00 NAPA AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES $ 7.54 OLSON PROPERTY MAINTENANCE SERVICE $ 47.27 PAPER WISE SUPPLIES $ 61.52 PEITY CASH ROAD AND BRIDGE SERVICE $ 26.44 RAYMOND LONG REIMBURSEMENT $ 25.00 RICHARD WEISEHAN REFUND $ 100.00 SAFETY AND CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY SUPPLIES $ 1,207.68 SONIA H MCCULLOUGH REFUND $ 100.00 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $ 25,595.93 TOWN OF BASALT SERVICE $ 47.70 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICE $ 253.79 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICE $ 741.06 V AIL V ALLEY GUITER COMPANY INCORPORATED REFUND $ 100.00 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 62.90 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $ 171.65 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 47.74 WESTERN SLOPE BAR SUPPLIES $ 34.80 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 33.20 WESTON SOLUTIONS INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 5,500.00 WESTON SOLUTIONS INCORPORATED SUPPLIES' $ 1,080.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 1,608.78 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICE $ 541.25 Y AMP A V ALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION SERVICE $ 93.27 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES $ 146.13 7 08/05/08 $ 752.853.98 JULY 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 14,15, & 16 $ 196,688.47 AFFORDABLE HOUSING FUND JOHNSON KUNKEL AND ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 3,650.00 USDA FOREST SERVICE SERVICE $ 7 .500.00 $ 11,150,00 GENERAL FUND ABC LEGAL SERVICES, INC. REFUND $ 19.00 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 76.50 ALL PRO FORMS INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 2,256.21 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 180.22 AMADEO GONZALES REIMBURSEMENT $ 32.40 AMERIGAS SUPPLIES $ 123.63 AMY ARTHUR SERVICE $ 1,240.05 ANDIE NOAKES REIMBURSEMENT $ 112.00 ANDREA HENZLIK REFUND $ 571.23 ANN LOPER REIMBURSEMENT $ 19.50 ANNE ROBINSON REIMBURSEMENT $ 280.28 ASPEN PUBLISHERS INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 324.00 AT&T SERVICE $ 5,941.59 AUSTIN J. HANGS SERVICE $ 150.00 A V TECH ELECTRONICS INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 1,272.31 AVON CENTER AT BEAVER CREEK I HOA SERVICE $ 2,252.05 AVON COMMERCIAL OWNERS ASSOCIATION SERVICE $ 2,245.43 BAILEY FUNERAL HOME SERVICE $ 275.00 BALCOMB AND GREEN SERVICE $ 2,747.81 BALLOONS OVER V AIL SUPPLIES $ 650.00 BARBARA KELLER SERVICE $ 450.00 BARBARA LYNN HARRIS SERVICE $ 900.00 BARBARA WHITFORD REIMBURSEMENT $ 83.1 0 BATILE MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL SERVICE $ 580.00 BENJAMIN ELLIOTI SERVICE $ 300.00 BERGLUND RUTH REIMBURSEMENT $ 263.73 BEST ACCESS SYSTEMS SERVICE $ 32.09 BETHANIE LINDAL SERVICE $ 330.00 BETHANY V AN WYK REIMBURSEMENT $ 36.36 BONNIE CORYELL SERVICE $ 150.00 BONNIE VOGT REIMBURSEMENT $ 25.25 BOO DADDY BAND, LLC SERVICE $ 3,000.00 BOYZ TOYZ AND SONZ SUPPLIES $ 194.65 BRADFORD PUBLISHING COMPANY SERVICE $ 75.50 BRET NELSON SERVICE $ 250.00 BRUCE BAUMGARTNER REIMBURSEMENT $ 45.11 BRUSH CREEK LANDSCAPING SERVICE $ 835.00 BUILDING ENVELOPE SOLUTIONS, LLC SERVICE $ 1,486.21 BUSCH PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION REFUND $ 29.40 CANYON WATER RESOURCES LLC SERVICE $ 4,667.15 CAROLINA SOFTWARE SERVICE $ 300.00 CARR PRO RODEO SERVICE $ 22,000.00 CATA SERVICE $ 130.00 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $ 35,913.30 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $ 6,938.33 CENTURYTEL SERVICE $ 28,783.39 8 08/05/08 CENTURYTELOFEAGLE CHAFFEE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE CHARM TEX CHEMA TOX INCORPORATED CHRlSANE TURPIN CLEAN DESIGNS COLORADO ASSESSORS ASSOCIATION COLORADO COMMERCIAL SERVICE INCORPORATED COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE COLORADO DOORWAYS COLORADO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS ASSOCIATION COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS COLORADO PATHOLOGY CONSULTANTS, P.C. COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY COLORADO WEED MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH CONSERVE A WAIT LIGHTING INCORPORATED CONTRACTPHARMACYSERV~E COPY PLUS CORPORATE EXPRESS CORPORATE EXPRESS IMAGING COURIER PROCESS SERVICE INCORPORATED COWBOY CATERING CRL ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED CROSS, SARA DALY PROPERTY SERVICES DAN CORCORAN PLS DAVE C LUGERT DAVEMOIT DAVID A BAUER DAZZLER PRODUCTIONS dba Resort Entertainment /Resort Events DEBBIE TRACY GUZMAN DENNIS WILLEY DICK BOURETT District 11 & 12 Retreat DOLPHIN CAPITAL CORPORATION DON OLSEN DONALD J LAUGHLIN DOREEN CONSTANTINE DUFFORD WALDECK AND MILBURN EAGLE CARE MEDICAL CLINIC EAGLE COUNTY REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY EAGLE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER EAGLE PHARMACY EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION EAGLE V ALLEY CHILD CARE CENTER EAGLE V ALLEY EVENTS INCORPORATED EAGLE VALLEY GLASS AND MIRROR EAGLE V ALLEY LAND TRUST EAGLE V ALLEY MEDICAL CENTER EAGLE V ALLEY PRINTING 9 08/05/08 SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES REFUND SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REFUND REIMBURSEMENT REFUND SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 4,511.24 25,695.00 894.94 80.00 150.00 140.58 10.00 3,529.94 406.25 1,443.75 90.00 425.00 330.00 5,744.92 34.00 11,973.00 230.50 15,806.40 251.64 3,276.81 410.02 4,981.73 940.36 11.20 4,404.05 1,168.51 25.17 791.00 3,480.00 16.00 9.00 51.00 3,400.00 3,575.00 501.43 90.00 20.20 200.00 96.38 10.01 90.00 73.61 52.00 10,300.00 318.75 1,370.00 2,016,721.18 66.63 16,692.04 9,715.00 13,800.00 18.15 350.00 1,875.00 4,740.00 EAGLE V ALLEY TEMPS SERVICE $ 2,740.50 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS SERVICE $ 15,697.00 EASTER OWENS ELECTRIC COMPANY SERVICE $ 1,331.86 ECONOMIC COUNCIL OF EAGLE SERVICE $ 25,000.00 EDWARDS BUILDING CENTER SUPPLIES $ 31.57 EDWARDS STATION LLC SERVICE $ 300.00 ELK RIVER SYSTEMS INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 2,356.53 ENERGOV SOLUTIONS LLC SERVICE $ 3,999.00 ENVIRONMENTAL FORESTRY SERVICES LLC SERVICE $ 18,095.00 FARRELL & SELDIN REFUND $ 71.80 FEDERAL EXPRESS SERVICE $ 459.70 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 21.24 FILTERFRESH DENVER SUPPLIES $ 1,270.56 FIRE SPRINKLER SERVICES SERVICE $ 400.00 FIRKINS GARAGE DOORS INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 282.50 FLORIDA MICRO SUPPLIES $ 809.00 FSH COMMUNICATIONS LLC SERVICE $ 70.00 GARRETT QUIGLEY REFUND $ 32.20 GEORGIE C ZINDA SERVICE $ 120.00 GERARDO "JERRY" DIAZ PRODUCTION, INC SERVICE $ 24,610.00 GERARDO AVILA REFUND $ 15.00 GLAXO SMITH KLINE SUPPLIES $ 3,012.80 GLOBAL SPECTRUM SERVICE $ 5,015.25 GOVCONNECTION INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 1,521.62 GOVERNMENT TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS LLC SERVICE $ 675.00 GRACE FINNEY REIMBURSEMENT $ 73.80 GRAINGER INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 43.1 0 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SUPPLIES $ 542.39 GREAT AMERICAN LEASING SERVICE $ 1,294.28 GREAT EQUALIZER, INC dba ASCOLTA SERVICE $ 3,022.40 GYPSUM ANIMAL HOSPITAL, INC SERVICE $ 82.00 GYPSUM CAPITAL PARTNERS, LLC SERVICE $ 580.28 HAJOCA CORPORATION SUPPLIES $ 57.77 HART INTERCIVIC INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 61.24 HAZMA T SERVICE $ 400.00 HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES PErry CASH SERVICE $ 200.00 HEART OF THE WEST COUNCIL SERVICE $ 487.50 HEATHER BURCHALL REIMBURSEMENT $ 52.70 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES SUPPLIES $ 122.50 HOGAN AND HARTSON SERVICE $ 429.15 HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $ 29,759.52 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SUPPLIES $ 462.88 HV AC SUPPLY SUPPLIES $ 180.43 1-70 MOUNTAIN CORRIDOR COALITION SERVICE $ 25.00 IDEA INTEGRATION SERVICE $ 7,000.00 IDENTIX SERVICE $ 719.42 IMAGE DENTAL SERVICE $ 85.00 INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE SUPPLIES $ 5,000.00 INTERIOR PLANTSCAPES SERVICE $ 100.00 INTERNAP NETWORK SYSTEMS SERVICE $ 2,427.40 INTERNATIONAL CHEMTEX CORPORATION Service on Folder/Stuffer $ 216.48 JAMES H THERRELL IV REFUND $ 62.80 JAN MILLER REIMBURSEMENT $ 132.3 I JARA DIVERSIFIED SERVICES SERVICE $ 154.88 JAY PAUL SANTANGELO REFUND $ 19.00 10 08/05/08 JENNIFER CUEV AS JENNY WOOD JESSIE MOSHER JILL HUNSAKER JOANN COFFMAN JOES WALLBOARD AND SUPPLY JOHN HANCOCK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY JOM PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICES, INC KAPLAN COMPANIES INCORPORATED KARA BETTIS CORONER KATHY DUNN LEWIS KEITH MONTAG KENDRA RENJA KERST, MIKE KESSLER MARY J KIM GREENE KOZINSKI, DIXIE KRISTEN JO MELSEN KYLE HALL LANDRETH DEVELOPMENT LLC LARSON, REBECCA LASER JUNCTION LAURA HORSEY LEONA PERKINS LEXISNEXIS COURTLINK INCORPORATED LINDA PANKUCH LINEBARGER GOGGAN BLAIR SAMPSON, LLP LISA MARIE MARTIN LITILEBIRD, LEON JOSEPH LORIE CRAWFORD LOZOYA VELEZ, CARMEN LUCY BARKER LUKE STEPHEN NEWLON LUZ AVILA M &M AUTO PARTS MAIN AUTO PARTS MAKYLA MOODY MANUAL THERAPY AND MASSAGE INC MARl RENZELMAN MARIA ANJIER 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$ $ $ $ 123.30 302.94 158.06 95.85 150.00 961.21 1,981.90 40.32 147.62 231.38 24.94 25.00 112.00 770.43 169.25 385.66 112.00 150.00 71.46 4,000.00 42.42 803.00 87.66 39.04 147.00 149.00 19.00 150.00 400.00 56.56 88.88 58.20 350.00 121.20 16.83 17.60 17.62 180.00 126.51 10.32 19.00 79.80 373.98 11,038.87 37.37 312.09 15,000.00 3,590.38 150.00 1,519.50 19.00 512.00 112.00 16.74 430.20 MIKE MCWILLIAM REIMBURSEMENT $ 135.00 MINTURN COMMUNITY FUND SERVICE $ 2,500.00 MOFFET CONSULTING SERVICE $ 5,392.43 MONICA CASTILLO REIMBURSEMENT $ 48.27 MONICA JACOX REIMBURSEMENT $ 21.65 MOORE SUPPLIES $ 1,298.06 MOORE MEDICAL CORPORATION SUPPLIES $ 1,493.73 MOUNTAIN REGIONAL HOUSING CORPORATION SERVICE $ 3,750.00 MOUNTAIN STATES EMPLOYERS COUNCIL INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 4,300.00 MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 653.56 NANCY MULLER REIMBURSEMENT $ 7.02 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS SERVICE $ 40.00 NATIVE ELECTRIC INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 9,073.86 NOELLE BLAIR SERVICE $ 150.00 NOLAN JAEGER SERVICE $ 150.00 NRC BROADCASTING INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 1,450.00 OC TANNER SUPPLIES $ 171.64 OLSON PROPERTY MAINTENANCE SERVICE $ 7,615.00 OPTICS PLANET INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 68.00 ORKIN EXTERMINATING COMPANY SERVICE $ 1,068.34 OSM DELIVERY LLC SERVICE $ 529.32 OVERLAND AND EXPRESS COMPANY SERVICE $ 2,335.00 PACIFIC INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH AND EV ALUA TION SERVICE $ 2,641.80 PAINT BUCKET SUPPLIES $ 277.63 PAPER WISE SUPPLIES $ 10,258.35 PAT MAGDZIUK REIMBURSEMENT $ 45.94 PAT NOLAN REIMBURSEMENT $ 24.24 PATHOLOGY GROUP SERVICE $ 1,065.00 PAULA A PALMATEER REIMBURSEMENT $ 78.00 PEAK RHYTHMS INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 1,250.00 PETIY CASH ACCOUNTING SERVICE $ 1,015.15 PETIY CASH ROAD AND BRIDGE SERVICE $ 39.16 PINK LADY FACE PAINTING, LLC SERVICE $ 800.00 PIONEER MOTORCYCLES Service on Folder/Stuffer $ 1,111.31 PITNEY BOWES SERVICE $ 7,308.24 PLANT SELECT SERVICE $ 50.00 POCATELLO SUPPLY DEPOT SUPPLIES $ 4,107.15 POPE CHRISTY REIMBURSEMENT $ 40.69 POSTMASTER EAGLE BRANCH SERVICE $ 630.00 POTENTE,ALEXANDER REIMBURSEMENT $ 58.26 PRCA INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 1,800.00 PREMIER COLLECTION SERVICE REFUND $ 19.00 PRO ENTERTAINMENT INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 9,100.00 PROFESSIONAL TREE AND TURF INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 96.59 PROSHINE SALES & SERVICE SERVICE $ 470.00 PSS INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 353.36 QUALIFICATION TARGETS INC SUPPLIES $ 559.11 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES $ 30.04 QWEST SERVICE $ 7,719.20 RADIO RESOURCE INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 1,300.00 RENEE DUBUISSON REIMBURSEMENT $ 125.75 REYNA TRUJILLO REIMBURSEMENT $ 252.67 RICK KANGAS REIMBURSEMENT $ 61.61 ROBERT SWIER REIMBURSEMENT $ 840.00 ROBINSON TEXTILES SUPPLIES $ 955.36 12 08/05/08 ROBWEN,INC ROCKY MOUNTAIN ACCOUNTING SERVICES INCORPORATED ROCKYNET.COM INCORPORATED RON WOLFE ROSS & WHITE RSC - RENTAL SERVICE CORP RUSHWORKS RYAN RODRIGUEZ SAINT VINCENTS CHURCH SA YNOMORE PROMOTIONS SCHINDLER ELEVATOR CORPORATION SCOTI M. PETERSON SECURITY TRANSPORT SERVICES INCORPORATED SHANNON CORDINGLY SHEAFFER KAREN SHERI MINTZ SIGNATURE SIGNS SINTON DAIRY COMPANY SKI AND SNOWBOARD CLUB VAIL SKYLINE TALENT EVENTS SNOWWHITE LINEN SOLARWINDS, INC SONDRA MANSKE SONJA FARNUM SONRISA ENTERPRISES SPECIALTIES INCORPORATED SPRINT SPECTRUM, L.P. SPRONK WATER ENGINEERS STACIBRUCE STATE OF COLORADO STEPHANIE PALMER STERICYCLE INCORPORATED STERN ELKIND CURRA Y ALTERMAN LLC STEVE KIENE STUVER LEMOINE BURWELL PC SUEMOTI SUMMIT COUNTY SUSAN RODGER MA SUSAN STRAUB SUSPENSE FUND SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER TAYLOR FENCE COMPANY TEMPLE GLASSIER TERRI ALLENDER TERRY STERN TERRY THOMPSON MEMORIAL FUND THE LAW FIRM OF JOHN A LOBUS THK ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED THOMAS, CHERYL THOMPSON WEST GROUP TIM DOOLEY TIMBERLINE HELICOPTERS, INC TODD BONATII TONI HUGHES TOWN OF EAGLE 13 08/05/08 SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SUPPLIES Service on Folder/Stuffer SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE REFUND REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE REFUND SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE REFUND SERVICE SERVICE $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 129.63 675.00 300.00 27.76 177.67 867.98 1,162.00 6,000.00 1,140.00 1,928.82 2,820.90 169.38 747.04 60.00 291.41 121.20 1,046.50 1,292.96 540.00 9,000.00 271.79 18,376.00 94.35 51.76 1,089.60 264.50 102.75 1,274.75 131.81 1,365.12 169.41 311.32 14,110.00 200.00 136.00 129.00 17,290.08 140.00 225.00 333,758.83 2,088.65 1,685.00 11,900.00 490.00 3,000.00 1,000.00 59.40 4,540.00 193.79 2,244.36 1,179.68 67,900.00 64.02 675.00 7,507.80 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICE $ 10.00 TOWN OF V AIL SERVICE $ 11,449.74 TRANECOMPANY SERVICE $ 1,183.55 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 3,505.00 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE SERVICE $ 307.66 UNITED SITE SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 165.80 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICE $ 22,482.00 US FOOD SERVICE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 11,210.84 V AIL ELECTRONICS SUPPLIES $ 1,609.12 VAIL HONEYW AGON LTD SERVICE $ 74.46 V AIL LOCK AND KEY SERVICE $ 43.60 V AIL NET SERVICE $ 23.90 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 1,449.39 V ALLEY VIEW HOSPITAL SERVICE $ 165.00 VALUE CHECK, INC SERVICE $ 4,250.00 V AX SERVE, INC SUPPLIES $ 670.13 VERIFICA nONS, INC. SERVICE $ 1,654.80 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 13,628.72 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $ 48,755.33 VOORHIS ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 6,809.02 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED SERVICE $ 2,361.93 WELLS FARGO SERVICE $ 2,150.00 WESTERN EAGLE COUNTY AMBULANCE DISTRICT SERVICE $ 2,771.75 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES $ 953.19 WILLIAM C COLEMAN SERVICE $ 2,000.00 WILLIAM LOPER REIMBURSEMENT $ 24.00 WORKMAN PUBLISHING CO INC. SUPPLIES $ 94.92 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 156.92 WYN TTAYLOR REFUND $ 19.80 XCEL ENERGY SERVICE $ 179.59 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SUPPLIES $ 6,954.52 Y AMP A V ALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOCIA nON SERVICE $ 38.12 YURI KOSTICK REIMBURSEMENT $ 35.90 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES $ 91.14 $ 3.278.324.97 JULY 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 14,15&16 $ 2,390,724.69 BILL PAYING PAYROLL 14,15&16 TOTAL 8,171,459.68 3,580,243.60 11,751,703.28 $ Executive Session It was moved, seconded and unanimously agreed to go into Executive Session for the purpose of receiving legal advice concerning the legal interpretation of the proposed Lake Creek sale and the Landfill collection suit which are appropriate topics for discussion pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(b), 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: 14 08/05/08 A. Approval of bill paying for the week of August 4,2008 (subject to review by the fmance director) Finance Department Representative B. Approval of payroll for August 14,2008 (subject to review by the finance director) Finance Department Representative C. Intergovernmental Agreement between the town of Eagle and Eagle County for the Provision of Law Enforcement Services within unincorporated Eagle County Sheriff s Office Representative D. Intergovernmental Agreement between the town of Avon and Eagle County for the Provision of Law Enforcement Services within unincorporated Eagle County Sheriff s Office Representative E. Eagle River Adjacent Owners Authorization County Attorney's Office Representative F. Resolution Conferring Power of Attorney upon Bryan R. Treu, County Attorney, Robert L. Morris, Deputy County Attorney, Christina C. Hooper, Assistant County Attorney and Kyle Weber, Assistant County Attorney, to Act as Attorney In Fact for the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, with Respect to Letter of Credit No. 876-7068 in the amount of$49,363.61 for the account of Vail Christian Schools County Attorney's Office Representative G. Resolution 2008-091 Conferring Power of Attorney upon Bryan R. Treu, County Attorney, Robert L. Morris, Deputy County Attorney, Christina C. Hooper, Assistant County Attorney and Kyle Weber, Assistant County Attorney, to act as Attorney In Fact for the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, with respect to Letter of Credit No. 637 in the amount of$8,206.26 for the account of Willow Creek County Attorney's Office Representative H. Resolution 2008-092 Concerning Eagle County Beer and Liquor Licensing Policies and Procedures Kathy Scriver, Clerk & Recorder's Office Chairman Runyon asked the Attorney's Office if there were any changes to the Consent Agenda. Christina Hooper, Assistant County Attorney stated that item F should be pulled from the consent agenda. Commissioner Menconi moved to approve the Consent Agenda, Items A-H, removing Item F. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners, the vote was declared unammous. Commissioner Menconi moved to adjourn as the Board of County Commissioners and re-convene as the Eagle County Liquor Licensing Authority. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners, the vote was declared unammous. Eagle County Liquor License Authority Kathy Scriver, Clerk and Recorder's Office Consent Agenda Renewals A. Connellys, LLC d/b/a E- Town Colorado 15 08/05/08 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. Delta Whiskey, Inc. d/b/a Splendido at the Chateau 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. C. Terrance S. Marcum d/b/a Shop and Hop #3 This is a renewal for a 3.2% Beer License in Eagle-Vail. There have been no complaints or disturbances in the past year. All the necessary fees have been paid. An Alcohol Management Plan is on file in the Clerk's Office and proof of server training has been provided. Other Consent D. Stasmore, Inc. d/b/a Shortstop Issuance of Order to Appear and Show Cause and Notice of Hearing Commissioner Menconi moved that the Board approve the Liquor Consent Agenda for August 5, 2008, consisting ofItems A-D. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners, the vote was declared unammous. Commissioner Menconi moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Liquor Licensing Authority and re-convene as the Board of County Board of Equalization. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners, the vote was declared unammous. Eagle County Board of Equalization County Attorney's Office Representative A. Resolution 2008-093 Equalizing Valuation throughout Eagle County Assessor's Office Representative Ed Smith stated that the resolution pertained to the new golf course in Brightwater. He stated that there was an error when evaluating the land as golf course land rather than vacant land. This resolution rectifies the error. Chairman Runyon asked if there were any objections to this change. Mr. Smith stated that the Assessor's Office would be sending out a special notice and at that time the property owners would have 30 days to appeal their value if they so desire. Commissioner Runyon moved to approve Resolution 2008-093 Equalizing Valuation throughout Eagle County Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners, the vote was declared unammous. Commissioner Menconi moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Liquor Board of Equalization and re- convene as the Eagle County Housing Authority. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners, the vote was declared unammous. Reviewing and Authorization of Housing Choice Voucher - Section 8 Contract Housing and Development Representative 16 08/05/08 Alex Potente stated that there are 11 Section 8 vouchers in Eagle County. They are renewed annually however; each voucher had a different renewal date. The Attorney's Office had reviewed them. This is renewal of 3 of the 11 vouchers. Commissioner Menconi moved to approve the Housing Choice Voucher - Section 8 Contract Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners, the vote was declared unanImous. Commissioner Menconi moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Housing Authority and re-convene as the Eagle County Board of Commissioners. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners, the vote was declared unanImous. Citizen Input Chairman Runyon opened and closed Citizen Input, as there was none. Planning Files AFP-00269 Fox Run Meadows PUD. Lot 22 Adam Palmer, Planning Department ACTION: The purpose of this Amended Final Plat is to change the location of the building envelope. LOCATION: 115 Fox Run Drive, E1 Jebel FILE NO./PROCESS: AFP-00269 / Amended Final Plat PROJECT NAME: Lot 22, Fox Run Meadows PUD OWNER: Kirk McDonald APPLICANT: Owner REPRESENTATIVE: Owner 1. PROJECT DESCRIPTION A. SUMMARY: The intent of this plat is to modify the building envelope on Lot 22 of Fox Run Meadows PUD The primary reason for moving the building envelope as stated by the applicant is so that the primary view corridor from the proposed building envelope would not be obstructed by power lines on the property. B. CHRONOLOGY: 1997- Fox Run PUD platted, zone change form Resource to PUD. C. SITE DATA: North: Road ROW PUD PUD Residential/ Ag AR East: Residential! Ag Residential! Ag Harmony View PUD South: 17 08/05/08 I West: I Residential/ Ag I PUD I Residential I RR Existing Zoning: PUD Current Development: Vacant Site Conditions: Vegetation consists of native grassland/shrubs ToW LltndAtea: Acres: 9.47 ac Square feet: 412,513 Water: Public: No Private: Well Sewer: Public: No Private: ISDS Access: Via Fender Lane/Fox Run Drive 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. The Home Owner Association and nearby property owners have voiced opposition to the proposed plat amendment. The attached HOA letter to this regard discusses concerns with setting precedent, but does not mention adverse effects by the proposal. While staff respects these comments and would prefer the proposed building envelope to be more restrictive than proposed, currently the owner can currently construct agricultural buildings within this area. Based on the site plan submitted for the proposed dwelling, and the fact that additional accessory buildings including agricultural buildings, garage, and an accessory dwelling unit are allowed by right, it is difficult for staff to determine an adverse effect on adjacent property by this proposal. b. Final Plat Consistency. Review of the Amended Final Plat has determined that the proposed amendment IS consistent with the intent of the Final Plat. Staff has not been able to find specific language as a part of the sketch plan, preliminary plan, 1041 permit, or final plat process for Fox Run Meadows PUD discussing or providing rationale for the current location of the primary residential building envelope on Lot 22. Also, common sense would place the primary residential building envelope in a location unencumbered by a power line easement rather than in its current location. The proposed location would also create overall additional space between adjacent building envelopes. The PUD does not allow for building envelopes above 7175' elevation, this property is below such elevation and meets that standard. To this end, it is determined that the proposal is consistent with the intent of the final plat. c. Conformance with Final Plat Requirements. Review of the Amended Final Plat has determined that the proposed amendment DOES conform to the Final Plat requirements and other applicable regulations, policies and guidelines. d. Improvement Agreement. DOES NOT apply. e. Restrictive Plat Note Alteration. DOES NOT apply. E. SUMMARY ANALYSIS: Benefits/Disadvantages. Benefits include: . More common sense location than the current primary residential building envelope. 18 08/05/08 . More overall special separation between surrounding building envelopes. Disadvantages: . Would create a conflict with HOA, adjacent/nearby property owners. . Proposed building envelope is larger than current envelope. . Proposed building envelope is slightly higher in elevation, although does not create ridgeline impacts. F. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OPTIONS: 1. Approve the [AMENDED FINAL PLAT] request without conditions ifit 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 ifit 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: Mr. Palmer presented the file. He stated that the intent of the plat was to reconfigure the existing building envelope on Lot 22 of Fox Run Meadows PUD. No additional development rights would occur as a result of the amended final plat. Agricultural and residential uses are predominant in the area. The lot was vacant. The property is roughly 9.5 acres. The existing building envelope would be vacated, however accessory structures would still be permitted on the property pursuant to the PUD guidelines. The primary motive as stated by the applicant was to improve the view corridor. He presented various photos of the site. He stated that the proposed building envelope was larger than the current envelope. He indicated that the HOA and neighboring property owners opposed the modification. Kirk McDonald, applicant/owner was present. Mr. McDonald presented some photos of the area. He indicated that there were high-tension power lines running across his property. He believed this might have been the reason the property was subdivided the way it was. Commissioner Menconi asked the location and size of the accessory dwelling unit (ADU) and barn. Mr. Palmer stated that the ADU could be part of the primary building envelope or within the accessory structures area. The barn has to have a footprint of 2,260 square feet. The residential unit has a restriction of 10,000 square feet, and the ADU is restricted to 1,000 square feet. Staff encourages ADU as a means of affordable rental housing or caretaker uses on existing platted properties. Commissioner Menconi asked Mr. McDonald if he'd be willing to state for the record the square footage of the residential unit he intended to build on the property. Mr. McDonald stated that he would probably not develop a home over 8,000 square feet, which would include the garage. He stated that the property was becoming very popular. There are many part time residents and currently the property was not built out. He believes that the HOA was concerned that his home might block views and be too near neighboring building envelopes. Chairman Runyon opened public comment. 19 08/05/08 Mary Bereska, resident of 451 Fox Run Drive, chairperson of the architectural committee and member of the HOA of Fox Run Meadows spoke to the board. She stated that the HOA had a meeting concerning this proposal and the proposal was rejected because the members of the board and landowners had put a great deal of stock into the placement of buildings and building envelopes. The previous owner of the property was present at the meeting and indicated that he had given Mr. McDonald 30 days to apply to the HOA for a modification and if Mr. McDonald was not successful, he would not be held to the contract. She stated that Mr. McDonald proceeded without contacting the HOA and closed on the property and proceeded to contact the county to affect a change regardless of how the HOA and adjacent property owners viewed the modification. She reiterated the HOA had strong objections to this proposal. She found the applicant's presentation very distressing. She suggested that there be another meeting to allow other homeowners to be present and state their objections. Chairman Runyon asked Mr. Palmer ifhe'd been in touch with the HOA. Mr. Palmer stated that he'd been in contact with the president of the HOA and understood the concerns of the HOA. The HOA did not want to approve any changes to building envelopes. Mr. McDonald stated that there was never any intent on his part to circumvent the HOA. He visited the county to seek guidance from the Planning Department and explore the procedures involved in amending a plat. He understood that one of the requirements for the modification would be to contact neighboring property owners. He believed his proposal was reasonable and he would like to satisfy any fears the HOA might have regarding his proposal. Commissioner Menconi stated that county is working in a different authoritative process than the HOA. If there was an approval of his building envelope, the HOA would still make the applicants life difficult with the design review process. Mr. McDonald stated that he and the HOA have their disagreements, however he'd hoped that the HOA would review his plan equitably. Commissioner Menconi wondered if Mr. Palmer was familiar with the property. Mr. Palmer stated that he had not visited the property. Commissioner Menconi suggested that the applicant provide greater clarification. Chairman Runyon stated that he believed that the person that subdivided the property had not paid attention to the views of the property. He urged the applicant to try to resolve his differences with the HOA. He believed the applicant's request was a reasonable one and hopes that the HOA understood that there could have been a platting error. Commissioner Menconi stated that he too believes the request was reasonable and requested greater detail from the applicant. He also asked Ms. Bereska to provide more detail as to any adverse effect on adjacent property owners. Ms. Bereska stated that the property owners are concerned with the future development and setting a negative precedent. Commissioner Menconi suggested that the file be tabled in order to provide greater definition of the findings. He also spoke in favor of a site visit if staff found it necessary. Chairman Runyon stated that these were complex issues and reviewed on a case by case basis. Commissioner Menconi stated that there needed to be a healthy effort made by the applicant and HOA to seek a compromise. Mr. Palmer stated that although he respected the views ofthe HOA, this was the only lot negatively affected by the power lines. He suggested that the applicant consider constricting the size of the building envelope. This would provide a stronger finding in favor of the applicant. Commissioner Menconi moved to table File No._AFP-00269 Fox Run Meadows PUD, until September 23, 2008. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners, the vote was declared unammous. Attest: 08. Clerk to the Bo Q ~'-t'. I "_d~ ~-- ,PM'vf, Chairman