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Minutes 12/30/08 PUBLIC HEARING December 30, 2008 Present: Peter Runyon Sara Fisher Keith Montag Bryan Treu Kathy Scriver Chairman Commissioner Acting County Manager County Attorney Deputy Clerk to the Board Absent: Am Menconi Commissioner This being a scheduled Public Hearing, the following items were presented to the Board of County Commissioners for their consideration: Executive Session There was none Special Recognition - Fair & Rodeo Commissioner Fisher read a press release received by the county when it received notification of its award. She stated that the Mountain States Rodeo Circuit recently voted the 2008 Eagle County Rodeo "Rodeo of the Year" and "Most Improved Rodeo of the Year." She congratulated the Eagle County Fair and Rodeo Committee, the County Commissioners, Brad Higgins the Fair and Rodeo Manager, Laurie Asmussen the Event Coordinator, Denise Matthews from the Fair & Rodeo Department, and Lyn Marshall from Road and Bridge. She also acknowledged the Facilities Department, Sheriffs Office inmates, Fair Board members, Fair Board member's children, and Glenda Wentworth from the 4-H CSU extension for their ongoing efforts and participation. Chairman Runyon added his thanks. He believed the last rodeo was the best ever. Consent Agenda Chairman Runyon stated the first item before the Board was the Consent Agenda as follows: A. Approval ofbi11 paying for the week of December 29,2008 (subject to review by the finance director) Finance Department Representative B. Approval of the minutes for the Eagle County Board of Commissioners meetings for October 28 and November 18, 2008 Teak Simonton, Clerk & Recorder c. Intergovernmental Agreement between the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, and the Town of Minturn for animal services Natalie Duck, Animal Services D. Resolution 2008-145 Approving Amendment of Resolution No. 2007-120; Resolution Establishing Regular Public Meeting Days for the Eagle Board of County Commissioners for Fiscal Year 2008 and Designating Legal Holidays for Fiscal Year 2008 and Establishing the Bi-weekly Payroll Schedule for 2008 County Attorney's Office Representative 1 12/30/08 E. Agreement between Eagle County and Blue Lake Preschool for quality and affordability for infant and toddler early childhood education programs Jennie Wahrer, Health & Human Services F. Agreement between Eagle County and the Family Learning Center for quality and affordability for infant and toddler early childhood education programs Jennie Wahrer, Health & Human Services G. Agreement between Eagle County and Miller Ranch Child Care Center to support quality and affordability for infant and toddler early childhood education programs Jennie Wahrer, Health & Human Services H. Agreement between Eagle County and Vail Child Care Center to support quality and affordability for infant and toddler early childhood education programs Jennie Wahrer, Health & Human Services I. 2009 Certification of Compliance for County Merit System Suzanne Vitale, Health & Human Services J. Intergovernmental Agreement between Eagle County and Town of Minturn for Cooperative Enforcement Services County Attorney's Office Representative K. Resolution 2008-146 Authorizing G-2012 Easement Vacation Krueger Development Company Ltd. LLC, Lot 50, Block 1, Eagle-Vail Subdivision Filing No. 1,285 Stone Creek Road Greg Schroeder, Engineering L. Resolution 2008-147 for the Approval in the Matter of Amending the Eagle County Land Use Regulations General Amendment Affecting Chapter II, Article 4, (Eagle County File No. PR-1471) Adam Palmer, Community Development M. Resolution for the Approval in the Matter of Adopting Updated Emergency Service Provider Impact Fees within the Basalt & Rural Fire Protection District Adam Palmer, Community Development N. Resolution 2008-148 for the Approval in the Matter of Amending the Eagle County Land Use Regulations - Land Use Application Procedural Changes and Other General Revisions, (Eagle County File No. LUR- 0076) Bob Narracci, Community Development Chairman Runyon pulled Item M from the consent agenda to be treated separately. Chairman Runyon asked the Attorney's Office if there were any changes to the Consent Agenda. Bryan Treu, County Attorney stated that there were no comments on the remaining items. Commissioner Fisher moved to approve the Consent Agenda, Items A-N, excluding Item M. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. Of the two voting commissioners, the vote was declared unammous. Scott Thomson stated that Item M, a resolution for the Approval in the Matter of Adopting Updated Emergency Service Provider Impact Fees within the Basalt & Rural Fire Protection District was simply an update. He stated that several things had changed. The one thing the district had put at a priority was employee housing. This raised the impact fee to 979 per dwelling unit or 2000 sq. ft. of commercial space; about a 50% increase. Of that, the county takes a 6% administrative fee. 2 12/30/08 Keith Montag stated that the county would begin collecting the fees beginning January 5, 2009. Commissioner Fisher stated that the impact fees would hold until the Board of County Commissioners through a similar process amends it. Commissioner Fisher moved to approve Resolution 2008-149 in the Matter of Adopting Updated Emergency Service Provider Impact Fees within the Basalt & Rural Fire Protection District. Chairman Runyon seconded the motion. Of the two voting commissioners, the vote was declared unammous. Approval of USDA Grant Application for Regional Waste Diversion Study Ron Rasnic, Landfill Mr. Rasnic stated that a partnership had been created between Eagle, Garfield, and Pitkin Counties and several Towns to look at the issues of managing waste. The partnership recently applied for a grant from USDA. The total value of the grant project is $183,000 and the actual grand funding would be $100,000. Contributions from the various counties and towns would be about $74,000. He volunteered Eagle County to be the lead agency to manage the money and do the reporting. The process if approved would not begin until September of 2009. He spoke about the recycling possibilities. He stated that there were a lot of economic and environmentally sustainable reasons for performing the study. He stated that staff time was the only financial consideration. The ultimate goal is to a 1 O-year regional waste diversion strategy to better manage waste in the future. Chairman Runyon wondered who instigated the study. Mr. Rasnic stated that it was Garfield County. Chairman Runyon stated that she was pleased that Mr. Rasnic was working on this project. Commissioner Fisher moved to approve the USDA Grant Application for Regional Waste Diversion Study and authorize the Chairman to execute the application. Chairman Runyon seconded the motion. Of the two voting commissioners, the vote was declared unammous. Public Input Chairman Runyon opened and closed Public Input, as there was none. Planning Files There were none. There being no further business be Attest: ~" ()~4- Chairman ~~'. . DM1\Ji '"' 3 12/30/08