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Minutes 11/18/08 PUBLIC HEARING November 18,2008 Present: Peter Runyon Sara Fisher Am Menconi Bruce Baumgartner Bryan Treu Kathy Scriver Chairman Commissioner Commissioner County Manager 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: OCTOBER 2008 BILL PAYING AND PAYROLL GENERAL FUND 3T SYSTEMS SERVICE $4,444.00 ADAM HORN SERVICE $50.00 ADAM PALMER SERVICE $126.38 AOP SERVICE $4,245.75 AFLAC SERVICE $1,971.20 ALL STATE COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE $494.00 ALL V ALLEY WOMENS CARE SERVICE $1,875.00 ALPHA MEDICAL DISTRIBUTOR INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $694.87 ALPINE LUMBER SUPPLIES $92.08 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES $94.94 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES $14.59 AMANDA BAY REIMBURSEMENT $317.67 AMERA - CHEM, INC SUPPLIES $267.00 AMERICAN JAIL ASSOCIATION SERVICE $48.00 AMERICAN PLANNING SERVICE $434.00 AMERIGAS SUPPLIES $315.23 AMERIGAS SUPPLIES $114.00 AMY ARTHUR SERVICE $300.00 ANDIE NOAKES REIMBURSEMENT $45.00 ANIXTER COMMUNICATIONS SUPPLIES $236.79 ANN LOPER REIMBURSEMENT $36.00 ANN NELSON REIMBURSEMENT $29.25 ANNE ROBINSON REIMBURSEMENT $318.24 APPLIED TRUST ENGINEERING SERVICE $77.50 APPLIED TRUST ENGINEERING SERVICE $684.16 ARMY AND FACTORY SURPLUS SUPPLIES $149.97 ARN MENCONI REIMBURSEMENT $680.00 ARTHUR AND PERLMUTTER REFUND $44.00 ARTWORKS THE SERVICE $80.00 ASD Hea1thcare SERVICE $5,325.00 AT&T SERVICE $2,932.65 A V TECH SERVICE $231.04 A V TECH ELECTRONICS INCORPORATED SERVICE $190.50 AVON CENTER AT BC SERVICE $2,252.05 1 11/18/08 AVON COMMERCIAL OWNERS ASSOCIATION SERVICE $2,245.43 B&H SPORTS SUPPLIES $350.60 BAILEYS SERVICE $56.00 BALCOMB AND GREEN SERVICE $880.00 BARBARA WHITFORD REIMBURSEMENT $53.70 BERENS, AMY SERVICE $345.68 BERGLUND RUTH REIMBURSEMENT $18.32 BERTHOD MOTORS SERVICE $1,170.93 BERYL BUNIGER SERVICE $29.84 BEST ACCESS SYSTEMS SUPPLIES $257.96 BEST ACCESS SYSTEMS SUPPLIES $585.02 BEST ACCESS SYSTEMS SUPPLIES $224.73 BETTY KERMAN SERVICE $67.50 BILL & DONNA CA YNOSKI REFUND $4,864.00 BOB ENGELBRECHT SERVICE $2,950.00 BOB ENGELBRECHT SERVICE $1,475.00 BONA FIDE DEMOLITION REFUND $19.00 BONNIE EMBRY REIMBURSEMENT $45.00 BONNIE VOGT REIMBURSEMENT $29.25 BRIAN & ANDY DAVIES REBATE $1,474.69 BRIAN & ANDY DAVIES REBATE $4,000.00 BRIAN BISHOP REIMBURSEMENT $240.28 BRIAN COUNCILMAN REBATE $835.31 BRUCE BAUMGARTNER REIMBURSEMENT $44.80 BRYAN TREU REIMBURSEMENT $80.00 BUSCH PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION REFUND $38.20 CAPITAL ADV ANT AGE SERVICE $57.00 CAPITOL HILL MANSION, INC SERVICE $420.00 CARMELO D'ANNA REFUND $526.40 CAROLINA SOFTWARE SUPPLIES $300.00 CASTLE PEAK VETERINARY SERVICE $15.46 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SERVICE CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SERVICE $5,215.83 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $5,873.19 COW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $129.67 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $104.19 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $410.97 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $139.02 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $1,570.81 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $38.77 CENTURYTEL SERVICE $414.37 CENTURYTEL SERVICE $10,067.80 CENTURYTEL SERVICE $1,122.26 CENTURYTELOFEAGLE SERVICE $68.21 CHAFFEE COUNTY SHERIFF SERVICE $39,375.00 CHAFFEE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE SERVICE $13,680.00 CHARLENE WHITNEY SERVICE $3,000.00 CHARLES B DARRAH REFUND $60.20 CHARM TEX SUPPLIES $667.20 CHIEF SUPPLY SUPPLIES $562.99 CHRIS CUONG THOI REFUND $19.80 CHRIS SPAETH REBA YE $4,000.00 2 11/18/08 CINDY PREYTIS REIMBURSEMENT $353.62 CLAIRE GUZIK SERVICE $150.00 CLIFF SIMONTON REIMBURSEMENT $29.21 CO ASSOCIATIN CHIEF POLICE SERVICE $1,487.50 CO DEPT OF REVENUE SERVICE $165.00 CO DEPT PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE $280.00 CO DRUG INVESTIGATORS SERVICE $25.00 CO MTN COLLEGE SERVICE $450.00 CO STATE UNIVERSITY SERVICE $12,844.32 CO WEST MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE $31,848.00 CO WEST MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE $1,038.75 COLORADO ASSESSORS ASSOCIATION SERVICE $330.00 COLORADO ASSESSORS ASSOCIATION SERVICE $170.00 COLORADO COUNTIES INCORPORATED SERVICE $410.00 . COLORADO COUNTY ATTORNEY ASSOCIATION SERVICE $325.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURE SERVICE $100.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT SERVICE $75.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH, ENV WATER QUALITY CT SERVICE $65.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH, ENV WATER QUALITY CT SERVICE $147.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH, ENV WATER QUALITY CT SERVICE $360.00 COLORADO DOORWAYS SERVICE $131.67 COLORADO FASTENERS SUPPLIES $235.53 COLORADO JAIL ASSOCIATION SERVICE $30.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE $2,632.80 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE $4,098.57 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE $195.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE $3,001.90 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE $1,651.13 COLORADO NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY SERVICE $88.00 COLORADO PATHOLOGY SERVICE $55.00 COLORADO RIVER WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT SERVICE $132.79 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY SUPPLIES $48.50 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY SUPPLIES $232.25 COLORADO WEED MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION SERVICE $195.00 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE $350.00 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE $630.00 COMMERCIAL DESIGN ENG REFUND $544.00 CONNIE COOPER-ROSCOE SERVICE $99.50 CONSERVE A WATT LIGHTING INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $591.22 CONSERVE A WATT LIGHTING INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $219.60 CONTRACT PHARMACY SERVICE SUPPLIES $5,115.66 COPY COPY SUPPLIES $1,106.00 3 11/18/08 COPY PLUS SUPPLIES $60.05 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $74.61 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $326.76 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $36.89 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $640.18 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $1,432.95 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $834.24 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $684.29 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $109.19 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $87.84 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $45.96 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $414.63 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $3,563.07 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $250.99 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $585.49 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $928.37 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $367.25 CORPORATE EXPRESS IMAGING SUPPLIES $2,621.08 COWBOY CATERING SERVICE $2,030.75 COWBOY CATERING SERVICE $448.00 COWBOY CATERING SUPPLIES $289.00 CRL ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED SERVICE $878.28 D & D TOWING AUTO REPAIR SERVICE $329.00 DALE DECKER REBAYE $4,000.00 DAN SEIBEL REIMBURSEMENT $93.60 DANIELLE R RENNER REFUND $56.60 DAVID A BAUER REFUND $40.00 DAVID DEMPSEY REFUND $6.70 DAVID E. MOTT REIMBURSEMENT $90.00 DAVID REITER PC LAW REFUND $9.00 DEBBIE TRACY GUZMAN REIMBURSEMENT $32.35 DEBORAH LONG SERVICE $100.00 DECATUR ELECTRONICS SERVICE $84.10 DENMEN GREY AND COMPANY SERVICE $3,450.00 DENVER HEALTH & HOSPITAL AUTHORITY SERVICE $224.00 DENVER NEWSPAPER AGENCY SERVICE $2,488.52 DENVER PARTS DEPOT SUPPLIES $697.48 DEVENEI 0 BALL REFUND $7.00 DICK BOURETT REIMBURSEMENT $23.40 DISTRICT ATTORNEYS SERVICE $313,364.75 DIVERSIFIED RADIOLOGY OF CO SERVICE $393.00 DIVERSIFIED RADIOLOGY OF CO SERVICE $393.00 DOLPHIN CAPITAL SERVICE $102.40 DOLPHIN CAPITAL CORPORATION SUPPLIES $96.38 DONALD J LAUGHLIN REIMBURSEMENT $90.00 DOUBLE M ASPHALT COATINGS SERVICE $16,919.00 DOUBLETREE HOTEL SERVICE $357.00 DUFFORD WALDECK AND MILBURN SERVICE $442.00 EAGLE CARE MEDICAL CLINIC SERVICE $22,475.00 EAGLE COUNTY SHERIFF REIMBURSEMENT $32.85 4 11118/08 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $667,723.90 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $689,780.90 EAGLE EMBROIDERY SERVICE $30.00 EAGLE PHARMACY SUPPLIES $5.58 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION SERVICE $1,237.80 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION SERVICE $24,000.00 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SAN IT A TION SERVICE $783.69 EAGLE V AIL ANIMAL HOSPITAL SERVICE $253.45 EAGLE V ALLEY ALLIANCE FOR SUST AINABILITY SERVICE $11,673.05 EAGLE V ALLEY LAND TRUST SERVICE $262.50 EAGLE V ALLEY PRINTING SERVICE $342.50 EAGLE V ALLEY PRINTING SUPPLIES $410.00 EAGLE V ALLEY PRINTING SUPPLIES $85.00 EAGLE V ALLEY PRINTING SUPPLIES $540.00 EAGLE V ALLEY PRINTING SUPPLIES $36.00 EAGLE V ALLEY PRINTING SUPPLIES $290.00 EAGLE V ALLEY TEMPS SERVICE $710.40 EDWARDS BUILDING CENTER SERVICE $216.38 EDW ARDS BUILDING CENTER SUPPLIES $14.47 EDWARDS BUILDING CENTER SUPPLIES $36.73 EDWARDS ROTARY SERVICE $265.00 ELECTION CENTER SERVICE $250.00 ELECTRO MARK SUPPLIES $308.30 ELLA GUZIK SERVICE $150.00 ELLEN EATON REIMBURSEMENT $46.80 EMERGENCY VEHICLE SYSTEMS, INC SUPPLIES $567.72 EMPLOYERS COUNCIL SERVICE $2,400.00 EMPLOYERS COUNCIL SERVICE SERVICE $3,750.00 ENERGOV SOLUTIONS LLC SERVICE $3,999.00 EPS DESIGN AND PRINT SUPPLIES $1,012.95 EVA WILSON REIMBURSEMENT $353.75 EVERYTHING FOR OFFICES SUPPLIES $1,305.02 EXTENSION PROGRAM FUND SERVICE $75.00 FAIRFIELD INN SERVICE $178.00 FARRELL & SELDIN REFUND $158.10 FEDERAL EXPRESS SERVICE $217.38 FEDERAL EXPRESS SERVICE $262.D7 FELSBURG HOLT ULLEVIG SERVICE $2,750.00 FENDELMAN PAULL ASSOCIATES LLC REFUND $29.40 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES SERVICE $104.80 FILTERFRESH DENVER SUPPLIES $1,070.72 FLORIDA MICRO SUPPLIES $629.00 FRANCES COLLEEN CARTHY REFUND $1.50 FRANK J BALL REFUND $38.00 FRASER CONSTRUCTION LLC REFUND $15.60 FREDRICK LEE MARTENS REIMBURSEMENT $50.14 FSH COMMUNICATIONS LLC SERVICE $210.63 GALLS INCORPORATAED SUPPLIES $662.90 GALLS INCORPORATAED SUPPLIES $1,620.13 GALLS INCORPORATAED SUPPLIES $43.94 5 11/18/08 GARRATT HASENSTAB REIMBURSEMENT $77.22 GENI GARCIA SERVICE $338.00 GEORGE M CAREY, CARY & ASSO. INTERNATIONAL, LLC SERVICE $495.00 GILLILAND, EDWARD dba Gilliland Counseling SERVICE $1,200.00 GLOBAL SPECTRUM SERVICE $2,775.18 GOVCONNECTION INCORPORATED SERVICE $575.31 GOVERNMENT TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS LLC SERVICE $400.00 GRACIOUS SAVIOR LUTHERAN CHURCH SERVICE $22,500.00 GRACIOUS SAVIOR LUTHERAN CHURCH SERVICE $248.68 GRAN FARNUM PRINTING SERVICE $748.77 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SUPPLIES $92.85 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SUPPLIES $1,038.23 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SUPPLIES $101.59 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SUPPLIES $100.00 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SUPPLIES $88.80 GREAT AMERICAN LEASING SERVICE $2,588.56 GREENBERG AND ASSOCIATES REFUND $7.02 GREG MOFFET REIMBURSEMENT $122.85 GREG SCHROEDER REIMBURSEMENT $336.62 GYPSUM ANIMAL HOSPITAL SERVICE $14.00 GYPSUM RECREATION CENTER SERVICE $2,1 00.00 HACKST AFF GESSLER LLC SERVICE $1,020.20 HART INTERCIVIC INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $3,383.99 HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICE PC SERVICE $149.71 HEATHER BURCHALL REIMBURSEMENT $149.61 HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS SUPPLIES $173.98 HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS SUPPLIES $200.00 HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS SUPPLIES $299.00 HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS SUPPLIES $116.34 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES SUPPLIES $181.13 HILTON WASHINGTON SERVICE $1,067.14 HOGAN AND HARTSON SERVICE $312.95 HOLLY KASPER SERVICE $348.70 HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $2,529.10 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $394.18 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $18,754.67 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $17.87 HR SERVICES OF V AIL SERVICE $1,170.00 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SUPPLIES $792.62 HV AC SUPPLY SUPPLIES $68.10 HVAC SUPPLY SUPPLIES $360.65 HVAC SUPPLY SUPPLIES $13.88 IACREOT SERVICE $125.00 ICC SERVICE $100.00 IDENTIX SERVICE $719.42 IDENTIX SERVICE $719.42 IM ELECTRIC SERVICE $90.00 6 11/18/08 IMAGE DENTAL SERVICE $101.00 IN POWER SYSTEM REBA YE $12,000.00 INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE SERVICE $10,850.00 INTERIOR PLANTSCAPES SERVICE $100.00 IRVIN BORENSTEIN REFUND $4.20 ISLAND BUSINESS GROUP SUPPLIES $650.00 JAN MILLER REIMBURSEMENT $51.48 JANET BEALS REIMBURSEMENT $8.40 JARA DIVERSIFIED SERVICES SERVICE $84.59 JENNIFER CUEVAS REIMBURSEMENT $628.93 JENNIFER HOLZWORTH REBATE $4,000.00 JENNY LEE PRICE REFUND $19.00 JENNY WOOD REIMBURSEMENT $580.4 7 JILL HUNSAKER REIMBURSEMENT $355.36 10ANIE HANLON SERVICE $1,850.00 10ANIE HANLON SERVICE $987.50 10ANIE HANLON SERVICE $825.00 10ANIE HANLON SERVICE $1,075.00 10ES WALLBOARD AND SUPPLY SUPPLIES $158.51 10HN BADE REIMBURSEMENT $124.02 10HN E REID & ASSOCIATES SERVICE $1,150.00 10HN E REID & ASSOCIATES SERVICE $410.00 10HN KING REIMBURSEMENT $14.04 10HNNETTE PHILLIPS REIMBURSEMENT $45.00 1OHNSON AND HELD LTD SUPPLIES $490.00 10SEPH EMMER SERVICE $100.00 KACEY BAIR SERVICE $50.00 KARA BETTIS CORONER REIMBURSEMENT $65.00 KAREN SEPP REIMBURSEMENT $217.63 KARLA HERRIDGE REIMBURSEMENT $88.21 KATHY DUNN LEWIS REIMBURSEMENT $128.89 KELLY MILLER REIMBURSEMENT $183.69 KEMP AND COMPANY INCORPORATED SERVICE $197.61 KENDRA RENJA REIMBURSEMENT $135.00 KENT R. 10RDAN SERVICE $765.00 KERSTIN ANDERSON GERHARD REBATE $2,118.19 KIM GREENE REIMBURSEMENT $199.96 KINET1CO WATER PROS SUPPLIES $377.37 KRISTEN AOKI REIMBURSEMENT $29.84 KYLE WEBER REIMBURSEMENT $94.19 KYLE WEBER REIMBURSEMENT $6.14 KZYR FM SERVICE $1,336.00 LARSON, REBECCA REIMBURSEMENT $160.02 LARSON, REBECCA REIMBURSEMENT $322.63 LASER JUNCTION SERVICE $1,617.00 LASER JUNCTION SERVICE $185.00 LAURA HORSEY REIMBURSEMENT $72.54 LAWRENCE REGAN COMM SERVICE $129.00 LEGACY COMMUNICATIONS INCORPORATED SERVICE $512.70 LEWAN AND ASSOCIATES SUPPLIES $80.00 LEXISNEXIS COURTLINK INCORPORATED SERVICE $115.42 7 11118/08 LEXISNEXIS COURTLINK INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $53.10 LINDA MAGGIORE REIMBURSEMENT $91.26 LOCATE PLUS HOLDINGS CORP. SERVICE $135.47 LOCATE PLUS HOLDINGS CORP. SERVICE $74.99 LORI SIEFERS REIMBURSEMENT $19.77 LORRAINE VASQUEZ REIMBURSEMENT $26.40 LOZOYA VELEZ, CARMEN REIMBURSEMENT $296.01 LUZ AVILA REIMBURSEMENT $16.38 Lynn Gottlieb, M.A. SERVICE $140.00 MAGGIE EMMER SERVICE $50.00 MAIN AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES $93.77 MAIN AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES $64.37 MARl RENZELMAN REIMBURSEMENT $226.98 MARIA ANJIER REIMBURSEMENT $20.64 MARINA V ARILLAS REFUND $19.00 MARION F LAUGHLIN REIMBURSEMENT $90.00 MARK DELPIERE REFUND $49.20 MARK RUBINSTEIN REFUND $53.40 MARTHA SUTHERLAND REIMBURSEMENT $24.00 MATT SCHERR REBA YE $4,000.00 MBIA M1SC SERVICE $6,062.99 MBIA MISC SERVICE $6,333.97 MCCAULLEY REBECCA T REIMBURSEMENT $156.20 MCCOLLUM, PATRICIA REIMBURSEMENT $389.61 MELISSA ZINTSMASTER REIMBURSEMENT $131.04 MENENDEZ ARCHITECTS PC SERVICE $7,550.79 MERCEDES GARCIA REIMBURSEMENT $64.94 MERRILEE A. HINDMAN SERVICE $750.00 MESA EXTENSION FUND SERVICE $633.00 MICHAEL EASTABROOKS REFUND $19.00 MICHAEL OGBURN REBATE $3,800.00 MICRO FLEX MEDICAL CORPORATION SUPPLIES $288.80 MID V ALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT SERVICE $442.5 1 MIKE BAIR REIMBURSEMENT $64.35 MOBILE VISION SERVICE $260.50 MOBILE VISION SUPPLIES $329.25 MOFFET CONSULTING SERVICE $12,979.48 MOORE MEDICAL CORPORA nON SUPPLIES $213.40 MOORE MEDICAL CORPORA nON SUPPLIES $143.58 MOTOROLA SERVICE $274.55 MOUNTAIN BEVERAGE LLC SUPPLIES $850.00 MOUNTAIN COMMUNICATIONS SUPPLIES $1,209.00 MOUNTAIN COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE $24.00 MOUNTAIN EQUIPMENT SERVICE $296.09 MOUNTAIN TOP TOWING LLC SERVICE $437.00 MUTUAL OF OMAHA SERVICE $4,005.97 MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $356.13 MX LOGIC, INC SERVICE $900.00 NANCY ALEXANDER REIMBURSEMENT $57.60 8 11/18/08 NARDA REIGEL SERVICE $181.25 NATIONAL4-H SUPPLY SUPPLIES $929.56 NATIONAL NETWORK SERVICES SERVICE $15,270.00 NATIVE ELECTRIC INCORPORATED SERVICE $218.32 NATIVE ELECTRIC INCORPORATED SERVICE $679.14 NEHA ENVIRONMETAL HEALTH SERVICE $95.00 NEILS LUNCEFORD, INC SERVICE $12,992.00 NEOGOV SERVICE $2,500.00 NEVES UNIFORMS SUPPLIES $39.75 NEW WORLD SYSTEMS SERVICE $2,687.58 NFP A FULFILLMENT CENTER SUPPLIES $981.40 NICOLETTI- FLATER ASSOCIATES, PLLP SERVICE $175.00 NRA SERVICE $35.00 NRC BROADCASTING INCORPORATED SERVICE $833.32 OC TANNER SERVICE $98.13 OLD CASTLE SW GROUP INC SERVICE $1,154.79 ORKIN EXTERMINATIANG COMPANY SERVICE $185.83 ORKIN EXTERMINATIANG COMPANY SERVICE $276.98 ORKIN EXTERMINATIANG COMPANY SERVICE $184.12 OSM DELIVERY LLC SERVICE $257.40 OSM DELIVERY LLC SERVICE $504.00 OTT ALIE FABER-CARLIN REIMBURSEMENT $180.00 OVERLAND AND EXPRESS COMPANY SERVICE $179.00 OVERLAND AND EXPRESS COMPANY SERVICE $1,601.00 PAINT BUCKET SUPPLIES $64.12 PAPER WISE SUPPLIES $999.00 PAPER WISE SUPPLIES $1,408.20 PAPERW1SE SUPPLIES $3,430.00 PAT NOLAN REIMBURSEMENT $309.40 PATRICIA HAMMON, REIMBURSEMENT $26.32 PATRICK 1OHNSON REIMBURSEMENT $79.90 PEAK PERFORMANCE COPIER & SUPPLY, INC SERVICE $8,505.70 PECZUH PRINTING COMPANY SERVICE $1,007.95 PEPE K MENDEZ ASSOCIATES REFUND $19.40 PEPPER BALL TECH INC SERVICE $600.00 PEPPERDINES MARKING PRODUCTS LTD SUPPLIES $41.78 PETER FRALICK REIMBURSEMENT $137.48 PETER 10RGENSEN REFUND $15.80 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING SERVICE $1,496.67 PHILIP BOSSART SERVICE $300.00 PORTER HEATH MORGAN REFUND $25.20 PRCA MOUNTAIN STATES SERVICE $700.00 PRESBYTERIAN DENVER SERVICE $203.00 PRINTRITE SUPPLIES $55.00 PRO SHINE, LLC SERVICE $1,984.73 9 11/18/08 PROFESSIONAL TREE AND TURF INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $129.35 PROFESSIONAL TREE TURF SUPPLIES $624.64 PSS INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $1,859.88 PUBLIC SAFETY WAREHOUSE SERVICE $749.95 QUEST DIAGNOSTICS SERVICE $5.37 QUEST DIAGNOSTICS SERVICE $747.67 QUEST DIAGNOSTICS SERVICE $1,591.52 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES $13.29 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES $43.40 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES $152.82 QWEST SERVICE $18.33 QWEST SERVICE $7,963.63 QWEST SERVICE $1,469.48 QWEST SERVICE $9.58 RAND S NORTHEAST LLC SERVICE $326.31 RAINGUET & ASSOCIATES LLC SERVICE $2,800.00 RAZORS EDGE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $2,138.50 RENEE DUBUISSON REIMBURSEMENT $105.89 REPUBLIC NATIONAL DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, LLC SUPPLIES $567.47 REYNA TRUJILLO REIMBURSEMENT $225.23 RICK KANGAS REIMBURSEMENT $20.95 RICK KANGAS REIMBURSEMENT $203.03 ROBERT DALE WISE REFUND $15.00 ROBERT A MITCH REIMBURSEMENT $98.28 ROCKY MOUNTAIN ACCOUNTING SERVICES INCORPORATED SERVICE $517.50 RON WOLFE REIMBURSEMENT $32.18 RSC - RENTAL SERVICE CORP SERVICE $40.00 RUEDI WATER AND POWER AUTHORITY SERVICE $10,000.00 RUTH A. SHARP, PC REFUND $17.02 SAINT ANTHONY HOSPITAL SERVICE $1,000.00 SAN ISABEL TELECOM INCORPORATED SERVICE $117.42 SAN ISABEL TELECOM INCORPORATED SERVICE $117.42 SANDRA SUTHER REIMBURSEMENT $25.74 SAYNOMORE PROMOTIONS SUPPLIES $611.79 SCAN AIR OF COLORADO INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $223.75 SCHINDLER ELEVATOR CORPORATION SERVICE $2,820.90 SCHNEIDER MAURER FOOT & ANKLE ASSOCIATES SERVICE $210.00 SCOTT DOHERTY REFUND $19.80 SECURITY TRANSPORT SERVICES INCORPORATED SERVICE $935.96 SECURITY TRANSPORT SERVICES INCORPORATED SERVICE $2,456.40 SERVICEMASTER CLEAN OF V AIL SERVICE $4,760.00 lO 11/18/08 SERVICEMASTER CLEAN OF V AIL SERVICE SEXTON, KEN REIMBURSEMENT $45.00 SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION SUPPLIES $4,449.18 SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION SUPPLIES $3,134.59 SHANNON HURST REIMBURSEMENT $129.00 SHAPINS ASSOCIATES SERVICE $4,671.00 SHAPINS ASSOCIATES SERVICE $1,119.75 SHARON AMACKER SERVICE $160.00 SHEAFFER KAREN SERVICE $205.06 SHEAFFER KAREN REIMBURSEMENT $226.98 SIGNATURE SIGNS SUPPLIES $227.20 SILVERMAN LAW FIRM REFUND $19.00 SINTON DAIRY COMPANY SUPPLIES $525.64 SINTON DAIRY COMPANY SUPPLIES $428.87 SINTON DAIRY COMPANY SUPPLIES $112.47 SNOWBOARD OUTREACH SOCIETY SERVICE $960.00 SNOWWHITE LINEN SERVICE $45.16 SNOWWHITE LINEN SERVICE $58.34 SNOWWHITE LINEN SERVICE $103.50 SNOWWHITE LINEN SERVICE $58.34 SOFT CODE INCORPORATED REFUND $5,400.00 SONDRA MANSKE REIMBURSEMENT $69.03 SOPHIA MARTINEZ SERVICE $60.38 SOS STAFFING SERVICES SERVICE $414.37 SOS STAFFING SERVICES SERVICE $203.06 SOS STAFFING SERVICES SERVICE $468.60 SOURCE GAS SUPPLIES $43.22 SOURCE GAS SUPPLIES $12,770.30 SPADES CONSULTING SERVICE $6,105.05 SPERBERG ASSOCIATES PC REFUND $54.40 STATE OF COLORADO SERVICE $75.00 STATE OF COLORADO SERVICE $385.00 STATE OF COLORADO SERVICE $472.56 STEPHANIE PALMER REIMBURSEMENT $126.36 STERICYCLE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $365.98 STOP STICK STOP TECH LTD SERVICE $119.70 STRATEGIC FENCE AND WALL COMPANY SERVICE $382.05 SUE LlCKUS REIMBURSEMENT $90.00 SUE O'LEARY ADAMS SUPPLIES $1,020.98 SUSAN MOTT REIMBURSEMENT $90.00 SUSAN RODGER MA SERVICE $140.00 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $110,442.24 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $113,117.71 SUZANNE VITALE REIMBURSEMENT $168.28 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER SUPPLIES $1,393.05 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER SUPPLIES $3,933.05 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER SUPPLIES $509.49 TASER INTERNATIONAL SUPPLIES $450.00 TCC CONTRACTORS SUPPLIES $565.00 11 11/18/08 TELEVISION EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATES, INC SUPPLIES $7,134.14 TEMPLE GLASSIER SERVICE $8,210.00 TERRACOGNITO CONSULTING SERVICE $5,000.00 TERRI ALLENDER SERVICE $140.00 THE NORMANDY GROUP LLC SERVICE $7,506.47 THE OLD GYPSUM PRINTER, INC SUPPLIES $195.00 THE PATHOLOGY GROUP SERVICE $2,033.05 THE PATHOLOGY GROUP SERVICE $3,134.80 THOMAS, CHERYL REIMBURSEMENT $202.29 THOMPSON WEST GROUP SERVICE $2,304.51 TIM LOSA REIMBURSEMENT $80.73 TODD BONATTI REFUND $12.44 TONI BERNS REIMBURSEMENT $84.30 TORI FRANKS REIMBURSEMENT $117.00 TOWN OF BASALT SERVICE $79.70 TOWN OF EAGLE SERVICE $7,825.00 TOWN OF EAGLE SERVICE $340.20 TOWN OF V AIL SERVICE $537,891.25 TR1 COUNTY FIRE PROTECTION SERVICE $336.00 TYLER TECHNOLOGY SERVICE $11,284.07 UNDERGROUND V AULTS AND STORAGE INCORPORATED SERVICE $17.97 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE SERVICE $110.94 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE SERVICE $97.02 UNITED REPROGRAPHIC SERVICE $255.03 UNITED SITE SERVICES SERVICE $165.80 UNITED SITE SERVICES SERVICE $165.80 UNITED STATES LIFE INSURANCE SERVICE $2,961.60 US CLEANING SERVICE $12,125.20 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICE $12,152.20 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICE $11,241.00 US FOOD SERVICE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $2,100.35 US FOOD SERVICE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $1,253.13 V AIL DAILY SERVICE $66.33 V AIL DAILY SERVICE $1,126.55 V AIL DAILY SERVICE $487.54 V AIL ELECTRONICS SERVICE $905.00 V AIL HONEYW AGON L TD 1001 SERVICE $67.94 V AIL HONEYW AGON LTD SERVICE $49.50 V AIL LOCK AND KEY SUPPLIES $319.00 V AIL MOUNTAIN SCHOOL SERVICE $5,640.00 V AIL RESORTS INC SERVICE $1,575.00 V AIL SIGN CORPORATION SUPPLIES $35.00 V AIL V ALLEY AUTO BODY, dba RICH'S AUTO BODY SERVICE $4,893.18 V AIL V ALLEY MEDICAL CENTER SERVICE $318.20 V AIL V ALLEY MEDICAL CENTER SERVICE $3,314.51 V AIL V ALLEY MEDICAL CENTER SERVICE $75.00 V AIL V ALLEY MEDICAL CENTER SERVICE $356.60 V AILNET INC SERVICE $11.95 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $61.28 12 11/18/08 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $11.48 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $29.96 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $94.01 V ALLEY PINES CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION SERVICE $300.00 V ALLEY VIEW HOSPITAL SERVICE $180.00 VALUE CHECK, INC SERVICE $4,250.00 V ANESA DOTY SERVICE $24.57 V AX SERVE, INC SERVICE $460.03 VELASCO, GABRIELA SERVICE $202.41 VERIFICATIONS, INC. SERVICE $617.70 VERIFICATIONS, INC. SERVICE $183.00 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICE $6,141.27 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICE $2,286.16 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $56,945.60 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $1,408.57 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $1,908.52 VISIBLE COMPUTER SUPPLY C SUPPLIES $175.62 VOORHIS ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED SERVICE $11,754.48 W2007 MVP DENVER, LLC SERVICE $159.00 WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICE $1,855.88 WASTE MANAGEMENT INC SERVICE $134.98 WELLS FARGO SERVICE $4,500.00 WESTERN SLOPE BAR REFUND $15.20 WESTERN SLOPE BAR SUPPLIES $19.10 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $133.82 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $75.90 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $46.09 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $32.25 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $92.78 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $138.25 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $120.74 WESTON SOLUTIONS INCORPORATED SERVICE $1,200.00 WILLIAM G HORLBECK PC REFUND $137.78 WILLITS GENERAL STORE SERVICE $60.00 WINNING ATIITUDE EMBROIDERY SERVICE $217.00 WOOD KINNEY BR REFUND $88.30 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $758.92 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $31.98 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $47.97 WYN T TAYLOR REFUND $51.80 XCEL ENERGY SERVICE $75.68 XCEL ENERGY SERVICE $41.50 XEROX CORPORATION SERVICE $344.88 XEROX CORPORATION SERVICE $514.62 XEROX CORPORATION SERVICE $120.63 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICE $537.38 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICE $633.60 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICE $3,308.64 13 11/18/08 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICE $354.85 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICE $737.18 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SUPPLIES $814.41 Y AMP A V ALLEY ELECTRIC SERVICE $71.13 $3,331011.12 OCTOBER 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 21&22 $1.613 684.51 AFFORDABLE HOUSING FUND DESIGN WORKSHOP INC SERVICE $4,176.25 EAGLE V ALLEY REALTY SERVICE $150.00 SCHREINER & ASSOCIATES L.L.C SERVICE $42,191.23 $46,517.48 EARLY CHILD HOOD FUND MAGGIE SCANLON SERVICE $55.51 $55.51 ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND A PEAK INCORPORATED REFUND $100.00 AFLAC SERVICE $251. 98 BASALT SANITATION DISTRICT SERVICE $139.50 BERRY CREEK METROPOLITAN REFUND $100.00 BRUCE WALLACE SERVICE $73.35 CARTER AND BURGESS INCORPORATED SERVICE $3,530.98 CHRIS A. SANDOSKI REFUND $100.00 COMPLIANCE ALLIANCE INCORPORATED SERVICE $25.00 CRA WFORD PROPERTIES SERVICE $1,000.00 CRA WFORD PROPERTIES SERVICE $1,000.00 DEBT SERVICE FUND SERVICE $88,193.00 DENNISON CONSTRUCTION, LLC REFUND $250.00 DENVER HEALTH & HOSPITAL AUTHORITY SERVICE $272.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $50,550.92 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $50,430.98 ELAM CONSTRUCTION INCORPORATED SERVICE $383,983.02 ELAM CONSTRUCTION INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $209.95 ELAM CONSTRUCTION INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $505.70 G & S TOOL CLINIC LLC SERVICE $434.19 GA TEW A Y CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION SERVICE $450,773.71 GMCO CORPORATION SUPPLIES $14,896.67 GMCO CORPORATION SUPPLIES $20,143.51 GMCO CORPORATION SUPPLIES $7,341.60 GMCO LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY OF COLORADO SERVICE $7,926.40 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SUPPLIES $19.09 HEPWORTH PAWLAK GEOTECHNI SUPPLIES $1,840.10 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $716.62 INTERWEST SAFETY SUPPLY SUPPLIES $1,274.90 13 A VIA TlON CONSULTANTS, SERVICE $7,279.74 LAF ARGE INC SERVICE $3,061.27 14 11/18/08 MARVIN OR FAYE RABINOWITZ REFUND $100.00 MIKE OSTBERG SERVICE $316.41 MODESTO SANCHEZ SERVICE $228.73 MOES ORIGINAL BBQ SERVICE $833.75 NATHAN J. STOWE REFUND $100.00 NEIL MA TIHEW TRETTER REFUND $100.00 PAPERWISE SUPPLIES $61.52 PST ENTERPRISES INC SERVICE $43.73 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES $125.02 RED DRAW RANCH LLC REFUND $100.00 SAFETY AND CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY SUPPLIES $274.63 SAFETY AND CONSTRUCTION SUPPLIES $671.22 SCOTI GREEN EXCA V A TING, INC REFUND $250.00 SOPRIS ARCHITECTURE, , SERVICE $1,840.00 SOURCE GAS SUPPLIES $21.49 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $8,340.41 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $8,381.85 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICE $253.79 UPPER EAGLE REGIONAL WATER AUTHORITY REFUND $8,775.00 US CLEANING SERVICE $426.69 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICE $426.69 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICE $370.53 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $120.06 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $414.37 WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICE $104.42 WESTERN SLOPE AGGREGATE SUPPLIES $4,684.05 WESTERN SLOPE BAR SUPPLIES $42.95 WESTERN SLOPE BAR SUPPLIES $9.55 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $25.40 WESTON SOLUTIONS SERVICE $5,500.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $26.09 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $68.90 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $3.75 XEROX CORPORATION SUPPLIES $257.75 Y AMP A V ALLEY ELECTRIC SERVICE $97.76 YEH AND ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED REFUND $100.00 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES $101.49 $1,140022.18 OCTOBER 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 21&22 $119,918.90 EARLY CHILDHOOD FUND OLGA WILKINS REIMBURSEMENT $298.94 ANGELITA GONZALES REIMBURSEMENT $250.00 MCCAULLEY REBECCA T REIMBURSEMENT $328.35 AFLAC SERVICE $98.34 ANGELITA GONZALES SERVICE $250.00 ANNA MARIA CRABTREE SERVICE $250.00 Beth O'Ri1ey SERVICE $250.00 CHERI LASKY SERVICE $250.00 CHRISTINE A. RUSSELL SERVICE $350.00 CHRISTINE A. RUSSELL SERVICE $4,697.14 COLLEN KEY SERVICE $4,748.31 15 11/18/08 COLORADO SHADE SAILS SERVICE $6,487.10 CORPORATE EXPRESS SERVICE $57,869.21 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $14,060.05 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $101.57 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS SERVICE $250.00 EVANS CHAFFEE SERVICE $250.00 GO PLAY, LLC SERVICE $250.00 GYPSUM CAPITAL PARTNERS, LLC SERVICE $250.00 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SERVICE $250.00 JESSICA CANTLEY SERVICE $250.00 JESSICA GOODING SERVICE $250.00 JESSICA GOODING SERVICE $2,059.37 LIZA MONTOYA SERVICE $838.18 MARIA DAVILA SERVICE $827.62 MARISSA ROMERO SERVICE $76.88 NURSE F AMIL Y PARTNERSHIP SERVICE $1,133.91 RHONDA MEEKS SUPPLIES $1,110.85 SCHOOL OUTFITIERS, LLC SUPPLIES $69.60 SUSPENSE FUND SUPPLIES $12,323.25 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $90.00 VERIZON WIRELESS IRELESSORPORA TED SERVICE $250.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $17,822.00 $128,640.67 OCTOBER 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 21&22 $11,411.95 SOCIAL SERVICES FUND AFLAC SERVICE $217.86 BETHANIE LINDAL REIMBURSEMENT $600.00 BORRE, RACHAEL REIMBURSEM ENT $532.42 BOULDER COUNTY SHERIFF SERVICE $27.80 CHARLENE WHITNEY REIMBURSEMENT $582.95 CHARLENE WHITNEY SERVICE $570.86 COLORADO COUNTIES INCORPORATED SERVICE $14.23 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH, ENV WATER QU ALITY CT SUPPLIES $142.00 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE $580.00 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE $900.00 COPY PLUS SERVICE $6.00 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $21.14 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $463.64 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $33.90 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $32.29 DARLENE MONTANO REIMBURSEMENT $104.13 DARLENE MONTANO REIMBURSEMENT $35.10 DARLENE MONTANO REIMBURSEMENT $99.45 DARLENE MONTANO REIMBURSEMENT $183.69 EAGLE CONVENIENCE STORE SUPPLIES $94.13 EAGLE CONVENIENCE STORE SUPPLIES $82.89 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $56,085.63 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $57,928.30 16 11/18/08 ERIK MARTINEZ SERVICE $35.1 0 ERIK MARTINEZ SERVICE $148.00 ERIK MARTINEZ SERVICE $361.00 EVAN BEAVERS SERVICE $1,200.00 HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICE PC SERVICE $3.96 HEART OF THE WEST COUNCIL SERVICE $375.00 HEART OF THE WEST COUNCIL SERVICE $450.00 HOLLY KASPER SERVICE $592.33 JAN GOVREAU SERVICE $9.48 JOHN C COLLINS PC SERVICE $6,060.00 JOHN FAY REIMBURSEMENT $66.46 JUANA GARCIA REIMBURSEMENT $243.59 KYLE MCINTYRE REIMBURSEMENT $198.79 LABORATORY CORPORATION OF AMERICA HOLDINGS SERVICE $92.00 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES SERVICE $34.05 LEXISNEXIS COURTLINK INCORPORATED SERVICE $102.00 LYONS, KATHLEEN REIMBURSEMENT $133.38 MAGGIE SCANLON REIMBURSEMENT $222.80 MARGARITA PALMA REIMBURSEMENT $23.40 MICHELLE ARANA SERVICE $127.53 NOLA NICHOLSON REIMBURSEMENT $231.66 ONTIVEROS, LUPE REIMBURSEMENT $191.30 OSM DELIVERY LLC SERVICE $210.60 PETIY CASH ACCOUNTING SERVICE $500.00 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES $10.88 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES $19.28 SARAH LEBLANC REIMBURSEMENT $247.55 SOS STAFFING SERVICES SERVICE $10.00 SOS STAFFING SERVICES SERVICE $383.40 SOS STAFFING SERVICES SERVICE $520.29 SOS STAFFING SERVICES SERVICE $339.03 SOS STAFFING SERVICES SERVICE $166.14 STATE FORMS PUBLICATIONS SERVICE $26.66 STATE FORMS PUBLICATIONS SUPPLIES $11.67 STATE FORMS PUBLICATIONS SUPPLIES $25.61 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $9,204.57 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $9,780.44 SUZANNE VITALE REIMBURSEMENT $137.69 SYLVIA SALAZAR REIMBURSEMENT $309.84 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICE $1,355.19 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICE $777.86 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $1,111.70 WOODS, RITA REIMBURSEMENT $241.13 XEROX CORPORATION SERVICE $282.17 XEROX CORPORATION SERVICE $98.69 XEROX CORPORATION SUPPLIES $99.83 XEROX CORPORATION SUPPLIES $94.41 $156,204.87 OCTOBER 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 21&22 $135,986.67 17 11/18/08 WRAP FUND CITY OF AURORA SERVICE $81.00 LITILEST ANGELS INTERNATIONAL SERVICE $540.31 BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS SERVICE $30.00 CHILD F AMIL Y COUNSELLING CENTER SERVICE $1,220.00 ROARING FORK F AMIL Y PHYSICIANS PC SERVICE $396.00 $2,267.31 TRANSPORTATION FUND AFLAC SUPPLIES $1,268.99 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES $85.50 AT AND T 1151 REIMBURSEMENT $242.48 AUDRA MEYERS 1151 REIMBURSEMENT $19.99 AUDRA MEYERS REIMBURSEMENT $146.25 BUFFALO RIDGE AFFORDABLE HOUSING SERVICE $232.28 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING 1151 REIMBURSEMENT $307.71 COLLETIS SUPPLIES $70.20 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE $792.59 COLORADO PRINTING COMPANY SERVICE $285.12 COpy COPY SERVICE $172.27 CORPORATE EXPRESS SERVICE $7,905.00 CORPORATE EXPRESS SERVICE $76.68 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN SERVICE $1,785.99 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN SERVICE $47,016.28 DANA GAINEY SERVICE $2,178.48 DEBT SERVICE FUND SERVICE $375.00 DOCTORS ON CALL SERVICE $308,834.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $160.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $107,495.93 EAGLE EMBROIDERY SERVICE $122,893.92 EAGLE V ALLEY MEDICAL CENTER SERVICE $157.00 EXTREME EARTHWORK, LLC SERVICE $3,850.00 FEDERAL EXPRESS SERVICE $20.65 GFIGENFARE SERVICE $2,644.00 GROUND ENGINEERING CONSULTING INCORPORATED SERVICE $189.00 HARRY TAYLOR REIMBURSEMENT $2,509.43 HARRY TAYLOR REIMBURSEMENT $1,140.00 HASLER INCORPORATED SERVICE $35.00 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $89.00 IMPACT GRAPHICS AND SIGNS SERVICE $364.00 INNOVATIVE ENERGY SERVICE $3,451.08 JANET FIELD REIMBURSEMENT $1,833.00 KELLEY S. COLLIER REIMBURSEMENT $580.00 KINETICO WATER PROS SERVICE $202.80 KINETICO WATER PROS SERVICE $192.00 KIPLINGER SERVICE $324.00 KZYR FM SERVICE $630.00 18 11/18/08 LANCE TRUJILLO SERVICE $250.00 LOGOS YOUR WAY, INC SERVICE $213.32 LSC TRANSPORTATION CONSULTANTS, INC SERVICE $52.29 MENENDEZ ARCHITECTS PC SERVICE $2,300.00 MILLENNIUM TOWING AND RECOVERY SERVICE $13,334.72 MONEY PROFESSIONAL SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE $13,493.3 7 NEW DIMENSION CLEANING SERVICE $161,075.43 NEW DIMENSION CLEANING SERVICE $800.00 NOBLE WELDING SERVICE $888.73 NRC BROADCASTING INCORPORATED SERVICE $1,494.17 P APERWISE SERVICE $1,494.17 POWERSHIFT INC SERVICE $233.17 PUBLIC ACCESS 5 SERVICE $232.84 QUALI - T, INC SERVICE $1,662.10 QWEST SERVICE $167.17 QWEST SERVICE $117.89 REGAL PIEDMONT PLASTICS SERVICE $413.09 SILVER CREEK DEVELOPMENT SERVICE $1,297.53 SOURCE GAS SUPPLIES $3,328.89 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $508.19 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $2,927.79 TALARIS, INC SUPPLIES $228.31 TCD, INC. SUPPLIES $72.13 TOWN OF AVON SERVICE $21.90 TOWN OF AVON SERVICE $43.75 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICE $280.50 US CLEANING SERVICE $35.00 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICE $69.31 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICE $14.95 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICE $600.00 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICE $215.43 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $1,274.1 0 WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICE $1,964.06 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $75.25 WORKFLOWONE SUPPLIES $1,356.92 XCEL ENERGY SUPPLIES $6,560.67 XEROX CORPORATION SUPPLIES $19.10 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SUPPLIES $1 ,3 72.D4 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES $587.95 $841 631.85 OCTOBER 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 21&22 $260,650.16 TRAILS FUND IMP ACT GRAPHICS AND SIGNS SUPPLIES $390.00 SHERRlE L. SEAGO SERVICE $1,899.48 BAND B EXCA V A TING SERVICE $14,692.03 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS SERVICE $482.88 COpy PLUS SERVICE $9.69 DAVID EVANS AND ASSOCIATES, INC SERVICE $5,520.80 19 11/18/08 EAGLE AUTO RECYCLING & SERVICE $495.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $1,647.91 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $1,647.91 FEDERAL EXPRESS SERVICE $20.65 KEMP AND COMPANY INCORPORATED SERVICE $174.00 MOUNTAIN STEEL AND WELDING SERVICE $5,000.00 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $200.99 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $200.99 TOWN OF MINTURN SERVICE $9,088.88 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $72.01 WATERSHED ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS, INC SERVICE $1,700.00 WATERSHED ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS, INC SERVICE $510.00 TOWN OF MINTURN SERVICE $2,800.00 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES $614.04 COLUMBINE MARKET SUPPLIES $85.00 CORPORATE EXPRESS SUPPLIES $51.78 G & S TOOL CLINIC LLC SUPPLIES $26.08 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SUPPLIES $1,276.78 PAINT BUCKET SUPPLIES $97.05 MYSLIK INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $343.00 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES $60.63 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $258.39 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $53.92 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SUPPLIES $597.00 $50,016.89 OCTOBER 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 21&22 $3,713.94 AIRPORT FUND AFLAC SERVICE $20.12 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SERVICE $68.86 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SERVICE $31,186.86 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SERVICE $6,878.40 ALL PHASE ELCTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY SERVICE $2,290.08 ALL PHASE ELCTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY SERVICE $108.39 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SERVICE $223.80 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY SERVICE $714.49 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION AIRPORT EXECUTIVES SERVICE $216.92 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION AIRPORT EXECUTIVES SERVICE $95.00 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION AIRPORT EXECUTIVES SERVICE $225.00 ASMI SERVICE $95.00 BLADE ENTERPRISES SERVICE $4,967.64 BLUEGLOBES, LLC SERVICE $3,347.70 BLUEGLOBES, LLC SERVICE $2,286.66 CENTURYTEL SERVICE $59.99 20 11/18/08 CENTURYTEL SERVICE $30.00 COLLETIS SERVICE $36,385.61 COLLETIS SERVICE $41,173.55 COOLEY MESA LEASING LLC SERVICE $220.00 CORPORATE EXPRESS SERVICE $1,488.41 CORPORATE EXPRESS SERVICE $4,514.26 DISH NETWORK SERVICE $233.00 DIVISION OF FIRE SAFETY SERVICE $82,345.58 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $70.50 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $14.25 EAGLE EMBROIDERY SERVICE $418.26 FIRKING GARAGE DOORS SERVICE $15.21 GRAINGER INCORPORATED SERVICE $2,778,242.00 GRAINGER INCORPORATED SERVICE $7,000.00 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SERVICE $161.28 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SERVICE $2,043.25 HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $323.00 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SERVICE $5,107.81 IMAGINIT EMBROIDERY SERVICE $4,920.38 13 AVIATION CONSULTANTS SERVICE $455.05 JAMES NIERZWICK1 SERVICE $258.44 KODIAK NORTHWEST SERVICE $930.3 7 LAF ARGE CORPORA TION INCORPORATED SERVICE $137.83 MATRIX SYSTEMS, INC SERVICE $16,236.00 MCI COMMERCIAL SERVICE SERVICE $120.61 MCNEILUS TRUCK AND SERVICE $99.49 MCNEILUS TRUCK AND SERVICE $2,500.00 METEORLOGIX SERVICE $525.90 NEXTEL SERVICE $3,783.41 OLDCASTLE SW GROUP, INC SERVICE $622.12 PEAKS MAGAZINE SERVICE $390.00 PST ENTERPRISES INC SUPPLIES $402.16 PST ENTERPRISES INC SUPPLIES $9.79 PST ENTERPRISES INC SUPPLIES $16.02 PST ENTERPRISES INC SUPPLIES $193.64 PST ENTERPRISES INC SUPPLIES $528.43 ROBERT BARON SUPPLIES $72.94 ROBERT SWIER SUPPLIES $988.00 SERVICEMASTER CLEAN OF V AIL SUPPLIES $274.46 SERVICEMASTER CLEAN OF V AIL SUPPLIES $3,865.83 SOURCE GAS SUPPLIES $703.95 SOURCE GAS SUPPLIES $76.45 SOURCE GAS SUPPLIES $9.04 SOURCE GAS SUPPLIES $365.52 SOURCE GAS SUPPLIES $179.80 STATE OF COLORADO SUPPLIES $544.51 SUMMITEX LLC SUPPLIES $ I 63.13 SUMMITEX LLC SUPPLIES $88.24 SUSPENSE FUND SUPPLIES $1,292.18 SUSPENSE FUND SUPPLIES $1,091.12 21 11/18/08 TIRE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS SUPPLIES $1,000.00 TOWN OF GYPSUM SUPPLIES $2,434.00 US CUSTOMS BORDER PROTECTION SUPPLIES $4,796.08 US CUSTOMS BORDER PROTECTION SUPPLIES $53.80 US CUSTOMS BORDER PROTECTION SUPPLIES $89.75 US CUSTOMS BORDER PROTECTION SUPPLIES $3.13 US CUSTOMS BORDER PROTECTION SUPPLIES $7.83 US CUSTOMS BORDER PROTECTION SUPPLIES $34.16 US CUSTOMS BORDER PROTECTION SUPPLIES $120.57 V AIL DAILY SUPPLIES $496.88 V AIL FILM INSTITUTE SUPPLIES $87.62 V AIL HONEYW AGON LTD SUPPLIES $87.62 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $185.60 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $53.01 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $24.67 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SUPPLIES $215.99 WASTE MANAGEMENT INC SUPPLIES $223.95 WESTERN IMPLEMENTS, INC SUPPLIES $75.48 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $181.11 WITMER ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $160.28 WORKPLACE RESOURCE OF COLORADO INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $15.50 WORKPLACE RESOURCE OF COLORADO INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $20.12 WORKRITE SUPPLIES $68.86 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $31,186.86 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $6,878.40 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SUPPLIES $151.65 $3,103,068.61 OCTOBER 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 21&22 $89,789.64 800 MHZ FUND CENTURYTELOFEAGLE SERVICE $91.84 HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $5,251.96 QWEST SERVICE $3,009.14 QWEST CORPORATION SERVICE $1,450.00 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICE $3,250.60 QWEST CORPORATION SERVICE $1,450.00 $14,503.54 HOUSING LOAN FUND CENTURYTEL 1400 SERVICE $74.36 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER 1400 SERVICE $1,501.90 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $1,591.98 MICROFLEX MEDICAL CORPORATION SERVICE $875.00 SHERMAN HOWARD SERVICE $496.15 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $508.84 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $462.00 V AIL DAILY SERVICE $2,319.00 22 11/18/08 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICE $114.00 $7,943.23 OCTOBER PAYROLL PAYROLL 21&22 $4,171.43 HOUSING FUND ADAIR BUSINESS SYSTEMS REFUND $1,600.00 CARLE, MACKIE, POWER & ROSS LLP REFUND $1,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER 1401 REIMBURSEMENT $140.47 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $1,225.00 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY SERVICE $5,204.81 KIM BELL WILLIAMS SERVICE $5,204.81 MARY ANNE ARNDT SERVICE $643.83 MARY ANNE ARNDT SERVICE $643.83 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $424.53 SUSPENSE FUND SUPPLIES $24,921.00 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SUPPLIES $1,908.10 $42,916.38 OCTOBER 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 21&22 $11,790.16 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND ALL PHASE ELCTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY SERVICE $38.49 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SERVICE $854.50 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY SERVICE $1,680.00 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SERVICE $55.60 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SERVICE $219.47 ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE FINISHES, INC SERVICE $16,715.00 BOULDER ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, INC SERVICE $1,750.00 BOULDER ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, INC SERVICE $1,329.11 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SERVICE $40,000.00 CHARLIE INC SERVICE $3,955.00 CLARKE COMPANIES, INC SERVICE $17,713.00 CORPORATE EXPRESS SERVICE $4,406.65 CORPORATE EXPRESS SERVICE $5,574.72 CORPORATE EXPRESS SERVICE $1,774.02 CORPORATE EXPRESS SERVICE $113,921.10 EDW ARDS BUILDING CENTER SERVICE $7,800.00 EDWARDS BUILDING CENTER SERVICE $22,350.00 EVERYTHING FOR OFFICES SERVICE $225.00 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES SERVICE $292.50 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INCORPORATED SERVICE $7,010.55 FLATIRONS, INC SERVICE $1,686.87 GROUND ENGINEERING CONSULTING INCORPORATED SERVICE $63.56 HVAC SUPPLY SERVICE $112.53 1M ELECTRIC SUPPLIES $489.54 ISC, me SUPPLIES $14.99 MARCIN ENGINEERING INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $4,712.00 MATRIX SYSTEMS, INC SUPPLIES $2,150.00 MATRIX SYSTEMS, INC SUPPLIES $4,160.00 MATRIX SYSTEMS, INC SUPPLIES $18,698.88 23 11/18/08 NATIVE ELECTRIC INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $4,356.60 NATIVE ELECTRIC INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $16,299.10 NEILS LUNCEFORD, INC SUPPLIES $728.00 NEOGOV SUPPLIES $19.77 NEWWORLD SYSTEMS SUPPLIES $1,300.00 NOBLE WELDING SUPPLIES $21. 92 PAINT BUCKET SUPPLIES $55.59 PAINT BUCKET SUPPLIES $621.28 RAZORS EDGE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $3,622.50 SERVICEMASTER OF V AIL SERVICE $345.46 SIGN DESIGN & GRAPHICS, LLC SUPPLIES $312.44 STRATEGIC FENCE AND WALL COMPANY SUPPLIES $1,445.00 TRANE COMPANY SUPPLIES $17,458.00 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $26.97 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $116.70 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $98.43 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $45.85 $326,626.69 LANDFILL FUND AFLAC SERVICE $103.80 AIR CYCLE CORPORATION SERVICE $593.85 AMERIGAS SERVICE $430.00 BARNES DISTRIBUTING SERVICE $26,028.15 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH, ENV WATER QU ALITY CT SERVICE $99.94 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH, ENV WATER QUALITY CT SERVICE $6,562.50 CORPORATE EXPRESS SERVICE $19,518.47 DOWN V ALLEY SEPTIC AND DRAIN SERVICE $21,450.98 DUANE L PENNEY, INC SERVICE $80.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $3,066.77 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $318.49 EAGLE V ALLEY MEDICAL CENTER SERVICE $943.4 7 EPG COMPANIES SERVICE $52.61 FRONT RANGE TIRE RECYCLE SERVICE $3,860.91 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SERVICE $7,778.46 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SERVICE $1,335.00 HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $3,239.67 HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $3,239.67 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $514.10 KRW CONSULTING SERVICE $431.25 MENENDEZ ARCHITECTS PC SERVICE $1,025.29 NRC BROADCASTING INCORPORATED SERVICE $5.00 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $96.70 SUSPENSE FUND SUPPLIES $88.97 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SUPPLIES $4,101.55 V AIL ELECTRONICS SUPPLIES $150.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $910.21 WESTERN SLOPE BAR SUPPLIES $132.60 WYLACO SUPPLY COMP ANY SUPPLIES $272.75 24 11/18/08 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $150.16 $106,581.32 OCTOBER 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 21&22 $48,200.73 MOTOR POOL FUND A AND E TIRE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $271.49 A AND E TIRE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $100.74 AFLAC SERVICE $358.20 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $34.76 BOBCAT OF THE ROCKIES SERVICE $178.96 BURT CHEVROLET SERVICE $48.06 BURT CHEVROLET SERVICE $2,509.02 BURT DODGE CHRYSLER JEEP IN PARKER INCORPORATED SERVICE $3,144.00 CCG SYSTEMS, INC SERVICE $75.66 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SERVICE $228,015.00 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SERVICE $132.00 CENTURYTEL SERVICE $30,935.74 COLLETIS SERVICE $34,111.33 COLLETIS SERVICE $10,433.12 COLLETIS SERVICE $1,852.74 COLLETIS SERVICE $33.84 CORPORATE EXPRESS SERVICE $1,525.00 CORPORATE EXPRESS SERVICE $300.00 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN SERVICE $171.42 DANIEL DAVIS SERVICE $26.00 DEBT SERVICE FUND SERVICE $827.95 DOCTORS ON CALL SERVICE $28.08 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES SERVICE $3,909.96 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES SERVICE $4,134.26 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES SERVICE $656.15 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES SERVICE $1,103.16 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES SERVICE $1,103.16 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $136.74 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $123.41 FARIS MACHINERY COMPANY SERVICE $134.01 G & S TOOL CLINIC LLC SERVICE $957.98 GILLIG LLC SUPPLIES $2,819.92 GLEN WOOD SPRINGS FORD SUPPLIES $4,439.91 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SUPPLIES $359.78 HENSLEY BATTERY AND ELECTRONICS SUPPLIES $121.41 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICE $455.02 HONNEN EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES $35,021.97 HONNEN EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES $54,450.48 JOHN FAY SUPPLIES $46,247.38 LAWSON PRODUCTS SUPPLIES $34,492.98 LAWSON PRODUCTS SUPPLIES $270.74 M & M AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES $39.44 MESAMACK SALES & SERVICE INC, DBA SUPPLIES $1,648.15 MESAMACK SALES & SERVICE INC, DBA SUPPLIES $724.09 NOVUS AUTOGLASS SUPPLIES $1,263.16 25 11/18/08 NOVUS AUTOGLASS SUPPLIES $1,549.21 PAPERWISE SUPPLIES $1,946.62 PETIY CASH MOTOR POOL SERVICE $287.27 POSTMASTER GYPSUM BRANCH SERVICE $142.43 POWER MOTIVE SUPPLIES $2,232.56 POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SUPPLIES $50.82 PREMIER TIRE TERMINAL SUPPLIES $7.56 PREMIER TIRE TERMINAL SUPPLIES $437.70 PST ENTERPRISES INC SUPPLIES $303.02 SERCK SERVICES INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $32.17 SNAP ON INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES $223.82 SOURCE GAS SERVICE $220.79 STEW ART AND STEVENSON POWER SUPPLIES $2,227.50 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $186.38 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICE $159.05 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICE $254.4 7 UNITED STATES WELDING SERVICE $284,758.00 US CLEANING SERVICE $320.92 US CLEANING SERVICE $3,454.52 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICE $680.77 W AGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SUPPLIES $115.13 W AGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SUPPLIES $55.55 W AGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SUPPLIES $28.10 W AGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SUPPLIES $95.77 WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICE $296,500.00 WEAR PARTS EOUIPMENT SUPPLIES $1,078.86 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $825.50 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $100.85 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SUPPLIES $30.74 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES $106.87 ZEP MANUFACTURING SUPPLIES $437.79 ZEP MANUFACTURING COMPANY SUPPLIES $23.01 $1,108,600.12 OCTOBER 2008 PAYROLL PAYROLL 21&22 $74,859.09 INSURANCE RESERVE FUND COUNTY TECHNICAL SERVICES SERVICE $14,547.28 V AIL V ALLEY AUTO BODY, dba RICH'S AUTO BODY SERVICE $3,046.76 CORPORATE EXPRESS SERVICE $46.15 $17,640.19 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND ADP SERVICE $1,550.00 AFLAC SERVICE $808.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $3,331.06 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER SERVICE $66,765.95 EMPLOYERS COUNCIL SERVICE $129,897.70 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY SERVICE $5,825.80 26 11/18/08 $208,178.51 911 FUND 911 SOLUTIONS INCORPORATED SERVICE $1,443.75 CENTURYTEL SERVICE $177.97 CENTURYTEL SERVICE $177.97 INTRADO INCORPORATED SERVICE $850.12 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES SERVICE $850.00 NOMAD TECHNOLOGIES SERVICE $46.42 QWEST SERVICE $4,254.04 QWEST SERVICE $21,033.08 $28,833.35 BILL PAYING $10,661,259.72 PAYROLL $2,374,177.28 TOTAL $13,035,437.00 Executive Session There was none. Special Recognition - Elections staff and volunteers Teak Simonton, Clerk & Recorder Chairman Runyon thanked the Clerk's Office for a wonderful job on the election. Everyone was instrumental in making sure the election was a success. Ms. Simonton spoke about her appreciation for her employees and the other county offices that worked hard during the election. This election was the most difficult yet, and the first presidential election where the electronic equipment was in use. She stated that the election preparation included a mountain of work and many people worked double time all month long to get the job done. Overall, it was a countywide team effort. In addition to her personal thanks, she thought it would be nice to publicly recognize everyone. Commissioner Fisher stated that she understood the challenges of managing the election process. She thanked the Clerk's Office as well as all the county offices that helped throughout the election season. Commissioner Menconi stated that he thought it was pretty cool to get up early and check the results. He presented certificates to everyone and added his thanks. Commissioner Fisher introduced Jo Brown and Harvie Branscomb. She stated that they represented their particular parties and were participating in the election canvas. The canvas is the after election cleanup and the verification that all of the activities that took place during the course of the election were done according to the requirements of the law. Both individuals had been involved for a number of years and had great expertise. She thanked them for the time and dedication they give to the election process. 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 November 17, 2008 (subject to review by the finance director) Finance Department Representative 27 11/18/08 B. Approval of the minutes of the Eagle County Board of Commissioners meetings for September 9, September 16 and September 23, 2008 Teak Simonton, Clerk & Recorder's Office c. Annual Maintenance Support Services Agreement between Eagle County and Microsoft Corporation Scott Lingle, Innovation & Technology D. Emergency Management Program Grant (EMPG) Award Agreement Barry Smith, Emergency Management E. Power of Attorney to Administer Residential Down Payment Assistance Programs Effective Upon Execution County Attorney's Office Representative F. Agreement between Eagle County and Early Childhood Partners to Provide Coaching and Consultation Services to Child Care Providers Jennie Wahrer, Health & Human Services G. Agreement between the Eagle County Department of Public Health and Vail Valley Medical Center for joint coordination of the Cancer, Cardiovascular, and Pulmonary Disease Prevention Grant Jill Hunsaker, Health & Human Services H. Resolution 2008-125 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. SLCPPDX03678 in the amount of $620,566.92 for the account of Kummer Development (Frost Creek) County Attorney's Office Representative I. Resolution 2008-126 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. SLCPPDX03680 in the amount of $1,761,782.32 for the account of Kummer Development (Frost Creek) County Attorney's Office Representative J. Extension of Term Agreement between Eagle County and ValueCheck, Inc. County Attorney's Office Representative K. Note to Exceed Construction Agreement between Eagle County, Colorado and Mueller Construction Services Ron Siebert, Facilities Management L. Application for Federal Assistance for Rural Resort RSVP Aging Services Program Cheryl Thomas, Health & Human Services M. Petition for Annexation of Land into the Town of Gypsum County Attorney's Office Representative N. Resolution 2008-127 approving a Sketch Plan for the Bair Family Subdivision Planned Unit Development, (Eagle County File No. PDS-00057) Bob Narracci, Community Development 28 11/18/08 o. Resolution 2008-128 approving a Zone Change for the Flatwater Ranch Property to Rezone from Rural Residential (RR) to Resource (R) Zoning, (Eagle County File No. ZC-1561) Sean Hanagan, Community Development P. Resolution 2008-129 for the upholding of a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for the Mertz Berm Property, (Eagle County File No. FNZ-00006) Sean Hanagan, Community Development Chairman Runyon asked the Attorney's Office if there were any changes to the Consent Agenda. Bryan Treu, County Attorney stated that he had no concerns with the agenda as presented. Commissioner Fisher moved to approve the Consent Agenda, Items A-P. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Public Input Chairman Runyon opened and closed Public Input, as there was none. Commissioner Menconi moved to adjourn as the Eagle County 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. Marquez Restaurants, Inc. d/b/a Fiesta's Restaurant #04-89807-0000 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. Enterprise Hotels of Colorado, Inc d/b/a Rocks Modern Grill #25-39682-0000 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 C. Cafe Milano, Inc. d/b/a Cafe Milano Resolution 2008-130 approving the application submitted by Cafe/Milano Inc. d/b/a Cafe Milano. These are the official findings of the Board, as mandated by the Colorado Liquor Code. Commissioner Menconi moved that the Board approve the Liquor Consent Agenda for November 18, 2008 consisting ofItems A-C. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 29 11/18/08 APPLICANT: DBA: REPRESENTATIVE: LOCATION: STAFF REPRESENTATIVE: DESCRIPTION: Beaver Creek Food Services, Inc. Allie's Cabin Eric Pottorff, Director of Food and Beverage BC Mountain Dining Sec 19 T5S R81 W, Beaver Creek Mountain Kathy Scriver The applicant wishes to add one (1) additional Optional Premises to the Allie's Cabin Hotel and Restaurant Liquor License. The applicant currently posses two (2) optional premises, the tennis center and Beaver Creek Club and wishes to add a third (The Ranch). This addition would change the current existing liquor boundary and is permitted with approval by both the Colorado and Eagle County Liquor Codes. STAFF FINDINGS: 1. The application is in order, all requirements have been met and all the necessary documents have been received. 2. Maps of the current and proposed Optional Premises are attached. 3. Proper posting was done on the premises on November 7,2008, and publication was made in the Eagle Valley Enterprise on November 6th and 13th. 4. There have been no protests to this application filed in the County Clerk and Recorder's Office. 5. All fees have been paid. CONCERNS / ISSUES: DISCUSSION: None Ms. Scriver presented the application. She stated that staff had no concerns with the application. Kevin Coates, Attorney from Dill and Dill spoke on behalf of the applicant. He introduced Chris Darrohn, project manager for The Ranch, Sue Brandl, manager for Allie's Cabin and Eric Pottoroff, Director of food and beverage for Beaver Creek Mountain Dining. He explained the reason for the request. He stated that the staff was well aware of the rules associated with sales to minors. Mr. Darrohn is the TIPS trainer for the facility. He requested that the local licensing authority approve the optional premise license. Chairman Runyon stated that he had no questions for the applicant because they were an extraordinarily professional organization. They understand and appreciate the importance of getting everything right. Commissioner Fisher moved that the local Liquor Licensing Authority approve the addition of a third Optional Premises to the Hotel and Restaurant Liquor License for Beaver Creek Food Services, Inc d/b/a Allie's Cabin. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. APPLICANT: REPRESENTATIVE: LOCATION: STAFF REPRESENTATIVE: Eagle Valley Chamber of Commerce Tim Cochrane Eagle River Center, 794 Fairgrounds Rd - Eagle Kathy Scriver 30 11/18/08 DESCRIPTION: Eagle Valley Chamber of Commerce is requesting a special event permit for their 2008 Extravaganza to be held on December 13, 2008 from 5 p.m. until 12:00 a.m. ST AFF FINDINGS: 1. This application is in order, all application requirements have been met, all necessary documents have been received, and all fees have been paid. 2. Public notice has been given by the posting of a sign in a conspicuous place on both premises on November 7, 2008, 10 days prior to the hearing. 3. There have been no protests filed with the Clerk and Recorder's Office. 4. Proof of Server Training has been provided. 5. All findings are positive. CONCERNS / ISSUES: None DISCUSSION: Ms. Scriver presented the applicant's request and indicated that staff had no concerns with the application. Tim Cochrane, Director of the Eagle Valley Chamber of Commerce spoke. He stated that they were very excited to be bringing the event to Eagle. This was an effort to do more in the event center. He explained the details of the event. They would like to serve liquor at the event. He spoke about the chamber's experience holding events such as these. They only use TIPS trained personnel. Although this was the 13th year for the event, it was the first time the event would be held in Eagle and he'd like to make sure everything is done right. Commissioner Fisher asked if the caterer would be providing the staff for the bar. Mr. Cochrane stated that the Chamber would be hiring the staff and monitoring the liquor sales. Commissioner Fisher moved that the Local Liquor Licensing Authority approve the Special Event Permit for the Eagle Valley Chamber of Commerce 2008 Extravaganza to be held on December 13, 2008 from 5 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. at the Eagle River Center. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Menconi moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Liquor Licensing Authority and re-convene as the Eagle County Air Terminal Authority. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Eagle County Air Terminal Authority County Attorney's Office Representative 1. Approval of the minutes of October 28, 2008 meeting; Mr. Runyon moved to approve the minutes ofthe October 28, 2008 meeting. Mr. Baumgartner seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 2. Consideration ofreassigrIment of ECAT News and Gift Shops International, LLC leases (5) to HDS Retail North America, L.P., an Illinois limited partnership 31 11/18/08 Mr. Anderson stated that NGSI was the present concessionaire at the airport. NGSI was approached by HDS retail and are now currently being purchased by HDS. NGSI and HDS approached the airport for a reassignment ofNGSI's lease to HDS for the remainder of the lease term as well as an amendment to the lease that would read, "That the records may be stored anywhere in North America including their Canadian Offices." The airport did check a few references and contacted a few airports where HDS currently had operations and they were highly recommended as a tenant. Ms. Fisher asked ifHDS hired locally. Mr. Anderson stated that they hired any where between Vail and Glenwood Springs. They have a local regional manager and local managers. Mr. Baumgartner moved to approve the reassignment of ECAT News and Gift Shops International, LLC leases (5) to HDS Retail North America, LLP, an Illinois limited partnership Mr. Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 3. Consideration of Amendment to ECAT News & Gift Shops International, LLC, agreements (3) reassigned to HDS Retail North America, LLC, L.P., an Illinois limited partnership; Mr. Baumgartner moved to approve the amendment to ECAT News & Gift Shops International, LLC, agreements (3) reassigned to HDS Retail North America, LLC, L.P., an Illinois limited partnership. Ms. Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Mr. Runyon recused himself from the votes relating to Gift Shops International, LLC. 4. New Business; Mr. Anderson stated that the airport had no new business. There was no new business. Commissioner Fisher moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Air Terminal Authority and re-convene as the Eagle County Housing Authority. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Eagle County Housing Authority County Attorney's Office Representative Power of Attorney to Administer Residential Down Payment Assistance Programs Effective Upon Execution Mr. Treu stated this was Item E on the consent agenda. The Power of Attorney needed both the Eagle County Board of County Commissioners and Eagle County Housing Authority to approve it. Commissioner Fisher moved to approve the Power of Attorney to Administer Residential Down Payment Assistance Programs. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Fisher moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Housing Authority and re-convene as the Eagle County Board of County Commissioners. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 32 11/18/08 Resolution 2008-131 Adopting the Sixth Supplementary Budget and Appropriation of Anticipated Revenues for Fiscal Year 2008 and Authorizing the Transfer of Budgeted and Appropriated Monies between Various Spending Agencies Finance Department Representative Mr. Lewis presented the sixth supplemental appropriation to the year-end 2008 budget. The total appropriation being requested was 1.8 million for all funds. This included $52,000 in transfers, 1.3 million affecting the unallocated fund balances and additional revenue of $343,000. 45,000 dollars was previously funded in the restricted fund balance. The impact to the general fund was a little over 1 million dollars. There were a number of revenue sources, some were grants, and some were coming from the restricted fund balance. After this amount there would be approximately 300,000 dollars left to be used before the end ofthe year ifnecessary. He explained the reasons for the additional expenses. Chairman Runyon asked about the general fund reserve balance and wondered how much would roll back into the fund balance. Mr. Lewis estimated that at least $150,000 would go back into the fund balance. Commissioner Fisher stated that even thought there were restraints at the beginning of the year, they were still able to plan for the year and get the job done. She stated that if anyone was interested in more information about the proposed energy performance improvements, the information was available through the Facilities Department. She believed that everything made good sense and the budget was on target. Commissioner Menconi stated that he had no questions and thanked Mr. Lewis for his work. Chairman Runyon stated that he believed the county was being proactive with regards to the proposed energy performance improvements. Commissioner Fisher moved to approve the Sixth Supplementary Budget and Appropriation of Anticipated Revenues for Fiscal Year 2008 and Authorizing the Transfer of Budgeted and Appropriated Monies between Various Spending Agencies. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Resolution 2008-132 Approving Interfund Transfers Cindy Preytis, Finance Mr. Lewis stated that rather than writing checks for all of the fund transfers a list was created that required approval and signatures by the board, and this is what the Treasurer is able to use as her support for doing the fund transfers. In the future, the board would see these documents on the consent agenda. Commissioner Menconi moved to approve the resolution approving the interfund transfers Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. First Addendum to Approving the Guaranteed Maximum Price, Budget and Construction Schedule for the Eagle County Justice Center Expansion Rick Ullom, Facilities Management Mr. Ullom presented the schedule for the Justice Center expansion and requested approval of the funding. He thanked Mr. Baumgartner for moving the project along. He felt comfortable with FCI's team efforts. The total guaranteed maximum price for the project to be considered today was $20,542,163. The total budget for the project was 24 million. He stated that he was confident that the county would be provided with a quality facility. The project should be complete on November 12, 2010. Chairman Runyon asked if there were any other areas of anticipated potential savings. Mr. Ullom stated that he was confident that the project would come in under budget. "It's hard to say at these early stages.There are always unknowns whenever there are remodels" Mr. Ullom said. Commissioner Fisher thanked Mr. Baumgartner and Mr. Ullom for getting to this point. She looked forward to seeing the project unfold. Commissioner Fisher moved to approve First Addendum to Approving the Guaranteed Maximum Price, Budget, and Construction Schedule for the Eagle County Justice Center Expansion. Commissioner Menconi seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Menconi was not present for the afternoon session. Abatement Hearings Assessor/County Attorney's Office Representatives Petitioner Name Vail Associates c/o Carl Gildamiester Vail Associates c/o Carl Gildamiester Donald Ackerman Douglas McLaughlin Aubrey K. McClendon Jackson Land & Cattle Ltd. c/o Property Manager Raymond T. Dalio Revocable Trust c/o Bridgewater Assoc. Mark S. & Janet A. Levy John Jay & Rebecca Ann Moores John Jay & Rebecca Ann Moores Vail Capital Partners III LLC Thomas David Barrow J]P Companies, Inc. Vail Plaza Development LLC Schedule No. P028796 P005346 P029107 R003890 R031717 R031712 R031720 R031713 R031718 R031719 R049636 R044916 R054426 R056306 Ruth Berglund was present representing the Assessor's Office. Mr. Treu stated all items were scheduled for approval and a motion of approval for all would be appropriate. However, he would like to take up the Vail Plaza Development LLC separately. There was one petitioner present that had no comments and agreed with the recommendations of the assessor. 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; Vail Associates c/o Carl Gildamiester Vail Associates c/o Carl Gildamiester Donald Ackerman Douglas McLaughlin Aubrey K. McClendon Jackson Land & Cattle Ltd. c/o Property Manager Raymond T. Dalio Revocable Trust c/o Bridgewater Assoc. Mark S. & Janet A. Levy John Jay & Rebecca Ann Moores John Jay & Rebecca Ann Moores Vail Capital Partners III LLC Thomas David Barrow J]P Companies, Inc. P028796 P005346 P029107 R003890 R031717 R031712 R031720 R031713 R031718 R031719 R049636 R044916 R054426 Chairman Runyon seconded the motion. Of the two voting commissioners, the vote was declared unanimous. Mr. Treu stated that the county received a request for a 30-day continuance by Vail Plaza Development, LLC. He asked that the board reschedule the file on the record until January 6, 2009. 34 11/18/08 Commissioner Fisher moved to reschedule schedule no. R056306 until January 6, 2009. Chairman Runyon seconded the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners, the vote was declared unammous. Open Space Funding Request for multi-party land exchange involving the US Forest Service, State Land Board, Eagle County and Eagle Valley Land Trust Lisa de Graaf, Community Development Title: Multi-Party Land Exchange Request for Funding Owner: United States Forest Service; Colorado State Land Board Location: Unincorporated Eagle County; Town of Avon Date: November 11, 2008 Representative: Eagle Valley Land Trust Staff Planner: Lisa de Graaf, Planner OSAC Recommendation: At its regularly scheduled meeting of Monday November, 2008 the Eagle County Open Space Advisory Board recommended by unanimous decision that the Board of County Commissioners allocate open space funds up to the amount of $389,925 for the purpose of Project development and transaction costs. Summary of Criteria Ranking by OSAC: Scenic Quality Regional Heritage and Agriculture Wildlife Sensitive Lands Physical/Visual Buffer Access HIGH N/A HIGH MEDIUM HIGH HIGH I. Project Overview The Multi-party Land Exchange, or Land Swap, is a joint effort with the State Land Board (The Board), the Forest Service, the Town of Avon, Eagle County and the Eagle Valley Land Trust, please see map. The transaction would result in approximately 2,175 total acreage preserved. In addition 894 acres of the total will be protected through conservation easements (parcels 1,2,4 and 5). The details are as follows: . Parcel A and B, owned by the Board, conveyed to the Forest Service. . The Forest Service will be asked to convey 2 tracts ofland (parcels 1,2) to the Town of Avon, which will grant deeds of conservation easement to the EVLT, on all of parcell and all or part of parcel 2. Possible reserving a small portion of parcel 2 for affordable housing. . The Forest Service will convey parcel 4, 5 to the County which will grant deeds of conservation to the EVLT. . The Forest Service will convey parcel 3 to the Board II. Land Description 35 11/18/08 The subject properties are abundant in natural resources; native vegetation, gentle slopes and steep terrain. The visibility of the subject parcels from public lands and rights-of-way is substantial. From 1-70 and private lands, travelers are provided open and wide views of the valley. III. Site and Transaction Information Total land area: Current Land Use: Existing Zoning: Surrounding Land Uses / Zoning: Parcel A Open lands/Resource Parcel B Open landslResource Parcell Residential on two sides/TOA zoned Parcel 2 Open lands - commercial south/Resource Parcel 3 Open lands - commercial south/Resource Parcel 4 Residential on two sides/Resource Parcel 5 Open landslResource 2,175 acres See below See below Access: Easements: Water Rights: Proposed Ownership: See funding request application See funding request application See funding request application See funding request application. Value of Conservation Easement: Proposed Owner Donation Other finding sources Requested funding amount: TBD N/A Town of Avon $129,975 Up to $389,925 IV. Project Analysis This land exchange involves the Town of Avon, the Colorado State Land Board (the Board), Eagle County and the Eagle Valley Land Trust. The exchange would benefit all parties and provide open space and recreational opportunities for the public. There is no additional land cost to the County; the requested funding is to cover Baseline assessments, technical reports and appraisals. Detailed information and a budget summary can be found in Exhibit E. A. Open Space Criteria I. Scenic Landscanes and Vistas. Preserve and protect Eagle County's outstanding natural beauty and visual quality. The subject parcels are highly visible and contribute to a substantial amount of the Valley viewshed, with the exception of parcel A. The remaining parcels can be seen from the 1-70 corridor and from many of our residential communities. Preserving this viewshed from development is critical. OSAC Recommendation - Scenic Quality Ranking = HIGH II. Reeional Heritaee. Aericulture and Ranchine. Retain Eagle County's history, culture and agricultural land uses. N/A 36 11/18/08 III. Wildlife. Wildlife Habitat and Mieration Routes. Set aside areas critical to the long term health and vitality of indigenous wildlife. As seen in Exhibit B, all of the subject parcels are rich in wildlife values. All provide deer and/or elk migration corridors; essential for the survival of these animals. According to the most recent wildlife maps provided by the Colorado Division of Wildlife, the property has been identified to include the following: Mule Deer - overall range, summer range, winter range, migration Elk - overall movement, winter range, summer range, migration Golden Eagle - nesting Lynx - overall habitat Bear - spring & fall movement, habitat Cutthroat trout - parcel A in Berry Creek OSAC Recommendation - Wildlife Ranking: HIGH IV. Sensitive Lands & Environments. Protect riparian areas, flood plains, and other sensitive, unique or endangered ecosystems or environments. There are no floodplains associated with the subject parcels. There have been findings of Harrington's penstemon, a rare plant species on parcel 1. And there are some riparian areas in parcel A & B but will be assessed when this project moves forward. OSAC Recommendation -Sensitive Lands Ranking: MEDIUM V. Physical and Visual Buffers. Promote community separation and distinction, and provide separation between developed areas and sensitive lands. The development pressures for mid to large size lot subdivisions are intensifying. Parcel 1 is a perfect example of a buffer between communities and its preservation will provide for separation of developed areas and sensitive lands. Parcel 4 is also a critical buffer. OSAC Recommendation -Physical Buffer Ranking: HIGH VI. Access to Streams. Rivers. Public Lands and Dispersed Recreation Opportunities. Provide access to public lands, and improve opportunities for high quality dispersed recreation. The proposal will provide access to public lands and has great opportunities for trails and other passive recreation. . OSAC Recommendation -Access Ranking: HIGH B. Reeional Weiehtine As there is no competing project at this time, regional weighting has not been applied to this project C. Additional Project Considerations The following represents those items listed as "Additional Criteria and Considerations" in Eagle County's Open Space Criteria. For the purpose of discussion, the two sections, "Factors Favoring Land 37 11/18/08 Protection" and "Factors Weighing Against Land Protection" have been consolidated into single positive statements that can be evaluated for conformance. I. Economy. Discounts, other funding, partnerships, land donation, and/or endowment contribution favorably reduce the County's portion of the purchase cost. All of the participants in this land exchange are partnering for a collective goal; preservation. The Town of Avon is bringing forth $129,975 to help pay for costs. II. Master Plan. Land or development rights acquisition is supported by the intent and purposes of applicable Eagle County Master Plan documents. The preservation of this property meets the intent of the Eagle County Open Space Plan, which defines the following Open Space functions/benefits: Enhance community identity and maintain rural atmosphere Protect natural and social resources Maintain visual quality Control development in unsuitable areas Provide areas for recreation III. Ureency. Development of the property, to a degree that open space values would be significantly compromised, is imminent. All parcels in this project are highly desirable for private development and have been subject to such consideration more than once. Surveys have shown (Avon & County) that people want the land permanently protected and conserved. Preservation is undoubtedly urgent. IV. Uniqueness. The subject property is the only remaining, or one of a kind, very few remaining opportunities to protect open space of its kind. The properties are unique because they are undeniably a significant part of the Valley view shed and once developed, that uniqueness will be gone forever. V. Precedent. The project sets positive precedent for open space preservation values and objectives, and may motivate other landowners to consider preservation alternatives. This project sets a positive precedent for open space, as it may encourage public and private properties owners to work together in pursuit of conservation of our open lands. VI. Education. Preservation would provide unique educational opportunities. No unique educational opportunities would result from the funding of this project. VII. Support. There is wide-spread community support for the project. Community support is measurable and many are excited about the proposed public access which has been a missing element in the last funding request. VIII. Bie Picture. The project has potentially significant benefit on a regional or state-wide basis. 38 11/18/08 Benefits of this project will be substantial and State-wide; open lands for recreation and conservation easements to be held in perpetuity so that future generations may share the same views as we do today. IX. Encumbrance. The property is not negatively encumbered by mineral rights, rights of way or easements. The property is not negatively encumbered by mineral rights, rights of way, or easements. X. Environmental Hazards The property is not significantly burdened by environmental hazards (chemicals) or other waste or refuse. The property is not significantly burdened by environmental hazards, waste or refuse. XI. Maintenance. The long term cost to the County of maintaining and/or monitoring the land is expected to be reasonably low. The conservation easement properties will be monitored by EVLT. DISCUSSION: Chairman Runyon stated that this was a funding request for a multi-party land exchange involving the US Forest Service, State Land Board, Eagle County, Eagle Valley Land Trust, and The Town of Avon. Ms. De Graafpresented the proposal. The proposal called the Eagle Valley Land Exchange totals 2,175 acres ofland in Eagle County. The value of the conservation easement has yet to be determined. The funding request from Eagle County is up to $389,925. Other funding sources include $129,975 from the Town of Avon. The land board will convey two sections to the Forest Service. The Forest Service will be asked to convey two tracts of land to the Town of Avon, which would grant deeds of conservation easements to the EVL T. The Forest will convey parcels 4 and 5 to the County, which will grant deeds of conservation to the EVLT. The Forest Service would convey parcel 3 to the state land board. The county would consider in the manner required by state law and county regulations a proposal to up-zone. She presented the open space criteria. Most Open Space Advisory Committee (OSAC) recommendations rated most criteria "high." The committee reviewed the funding request and voted unanimously to recommend that the board allocate open space funds, up to $389,925 for the purpose of project development and transaction costs. Cindy Cohagan spoke about the importance of preserving the land from future development. She believed this was a once in a lifetime opportunity that would permanently protect 2,175 acres of publicly accessible open space in the heart of the Eagle River Valley. She stated that five of the eight parcels included in this transaction were targeted for development. Thanks to the Board of County Commissioners and the many community members who expressed outrage, they were now offthe auction block. She believed this was one of the most creative, most exciting, and most cost effective land protection efforts that had ever been undertaken in the State of Colorado. Ron Wolfe, Mayor of Avon spoke. He spoke about the benefits of the exchange. He stated that the quality of life was the engine of the community and the highest of priorities for protection. This land exchange would protect all these components of the quality of life, which is important to the citizens and the economy. He spoke about the economics of the project. Avon has upfront spent a significant amount of money. However, the costs are without doubt acceptable. He spoke about the undetermined aspects of the exchange. He stated that there were several aspects that had yet to be defined and being pursued. He believed that the Eagle Valley Land exchange would be completed as envisioned and would be a historic accomplishment for the community today and for generations to come. On behalf of the Town of Avon, he asked for a favorable decision. Chairman Runyon opened public comment. Tom Edwards spoke about the criticism that OSAC had received from the community on prior projects. He stated that OSAC looked carefully at the proposal and determined that the expenditure of less than 4% of available funds for 2009, the likelihood that completion of this transaction was extremely high, the quality and appropriateness of the lands being preserved and the benefits to the citizens of Eagle County make this an opportunity that cannot be passed over. OSAC' s charge is to see that funds are used for the purpose of acquiring, maintaining, or permanently preserving open space in Eagle County. This project offers the opportunity to do just that and provides the maximum benefit from the funds set aside for this purpose. He requested that the board vote to fund the Eagle Valley Land Exchange. 39 11/18/08 Chuppa Nelson, Lake Creek resident spoke. He spoke about the property and the importance of its preservation for the future. Chairman Runyon closed public comment. Chairman Runyon stated that the parcels were typically worth $100,000 an acre, making the total exchange worth over 200 million. He stated that there was a risk but the potential reward was well worth it. The money would be spent over a three-year period in case the deal was to fall through. Commissioner Fisher moved to approve the open space funding request for the multi-party land exchange involving the US Forest Service, State Land Board, Eagle County, Eagle Valley Land Trust, and the Town of Avon. In the amount of$389,925 for the purpose of project development and transaction costs. Chairman Runyon seconded the motion. Of the two voting commissioners, the vote was declared unammous. Planning Files AFP-00274 Remonov Center Yuri Kostick, Planning Department NOTE: Tabled from 9/16/08. Withdrawn by applicant - this file will not be heard. ACTION: The purpose of this Amended Final Plat will be the removal of restrictive Plat notes to allow Commercial General land uses subject to Special Use review process pursuant to Section 5-520 of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations. LOCATION: Edwards ZS-1464 Devan Property Lisa de Graaf, Planning Department NOTE: To be tabled to 02/03/09 ACTION: The purpose of this Special Use Permit is for an Accessory Dwelling Unit on a non-conforming lot. LOCATION: Near Basalt Commissioner Fisher move to table File No. ZS-1464 Devan Property until February 3, 2009. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. Of the two voting commissioners, the vote was declared unammous. AFP-1S07 - 171 Yale Court Lisa de Graaf, Planning Department ACTION: The purpose of this Amended Final Plat is to move and split the existing building envelope to allow for an Accessory Dwelling Unit. LOCATION: 171 Yale Court, Gypsum Area in Unincorporated Eagle County. FILE NO/PROCESS: OWNER/APPLICANT: REPRESENTATIVE: AFP-1507 / Amended Final Plat David Hanen Owner 40 11/18/08 A. PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The intent of this plat is to move and reconfigure existing building envelope and to add an additional building envelope for an accessory dwelling unit (ADU). The original final plat building envelope is 10,000 square feet; this amendment would not increase the total square footage but rather "break off' 3,000 square feet and create a building envelope for the ADD. The ADU cannot exceed 850 square feet in size. Within the subject parcel's zone district, Rural Residential (RR), a Limited Review (LR) process is required to allow an ADU and is approved by the Community Development Director. The LR has been approved B. SITE DATA: Surrounding Land Uses / Zoning: East: ResidentiallRR West: Residential !Resource North: BLM /Resource South: Residential /RR Existing Zoning: Rural Residential Total Area: 5.86 acres C. STAFF FINDINGS: Pursuant to Section 5-290.G.3. Standards for Amended Final Plat: a. Adjacent property. Review of the Amended Final Plat has determined that the proposed amendment DOES NOT have an adverse effect on adjacent property owners. This plat mav be approved bv the Board of Countv Commissioners for Plat and Resolution. b. Final Plat Consistency. Review of the Amended Final Plat has determined that the proposed amendment IS NOT inconsistent with the intent ofthe Final Plat. c. Conformance with Final Plat Requirements. Review of the Amended Final Plat has determined that the proposed amendment DOES conform to the Final Plat requirements and other applicable regulations, policies and guidelines. d. Improvement Agreement. Proposed improvements and/or off-site road improvements agreement ARE adequate. e. Restrictive Plat Note Alteration. DOES NOT Apply D. STAFF CONCLUSION: This application is satisfactory and all findings are positive. DISCUSSION: Ms. De Graaf presented the intent of the plat. She stated that the reconfiguration of the existing building envelope was to add an additional building envelope for an accessory dwelling unit (ADU). The ADU cannot exceed 850 square feet in size. She presented several photos of the site. She indicated that the application was satisfactory and all findings were positive. David Hanen was present and spoke about the process. He stated that he had spent a lot of time on the proposal and hoped for an approval. Commissioner Fisher asked if the primary intent was to build the ADU first and the primary residence second. Mr. Hanen stated that was their intent. Commissioner Fisher asked whether the neighbors had been contacted and if there had been any input. Ms. De Graaf stated that there were postings up and letters sent and not a word had been heard from any of the neighbors. Commissioner Fisher asked Mr. Hanen if he had spoken to any of the neighbors. Mr. Hanen stated that he spoke to Tony Bishop, the closest neighbor and he had no concerns. 41 11/18/08 Chairman Runyon opened and closed public comment, as there was none. Chairman Runyon asked Ms. De Graaf if there was anyway to get the contour lines because looking at the line drawings it was hard to determine the building envelopes proximity to the ridgeline. Mr. Hanen stated that building envelope was set back 11 feet from the highest point of the property. Ms. De Graaf stated that the applicant had worked closely with the Engineering Department to make sure things were done properly. Commissioner Fisher moved that the board approve File No. AFP-1507 / Amended Final Plat. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. Of the two voting commissioners, the vote was declared unammous. Attest: -' ~~'. 42 11/18/08