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Minutes 12/08/09 PUBLIC HEARING December 8, 2009 Present: Sara Fisher Peter Runyon Jon Stavney Keith Montag Bryan Treu Robert Morris Christina Hooper Teak Simonton Kathy Scriver Chairman Commissioner Commissioner County Manager County Attorney Deputy County Attorney Assistant County Attorney Clerk to the Board Deputy Clerk to the Board This being a scheduled Public Hearing, the following items were presented to the Board of County Commissioners for their consideration: NOVEMBER 2009 BILL PAYING AND PAYROLL GENERAL FUND $ ...- 3T SYSTEMS SERVICES 4,]28.24 A SERVICES $ ..T9.00 A SEWING MASTERPIECE SUPPLIES $ 320.00 A&A SEPTIC SERVICES SERVICES $ ] ,345.00 ACCESS LOCK & KEY INC SUPPLIES $ 1ill4 ACCESS LOCK & KEY INC SUPPLIES $ 288.79 ACCESS LOCK & KEY INC CAPITAL $ 995.49 ADP SERVICES $ 18.00 ADP SERVICES $ 851.52 ADP SERVICES $ 856.13 $ ..~ ADP SERVICES 2,691.30 AFFILIATED CREDIT SERVICE INCORPORATED SERVICES $ i2.OO AFFILIATED CREDIT SERVICE INCORPORATED SERVICES $ .[9.00 AFFILIATED CRED IT SERVICE INCORPORATED SERVICES $ [9.00 AFFILIATED CREDIT SERVICE INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 19.00 AFFILIATED CREDIT SERVICE INCORPORATED SERVICES $ ..i9.30 AlA Colorado West SERVICES $ 1 ,5(50.00 ALISON D CASIAS SERVICES $ 4,000.00 ALL ABOUT BOOKS SUPPLIES $ 39250 ALL ABOUT PRINTERS, LLC SERVICES $ 90.00 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY SERVICES $ 8.00 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY CAPITAL $ 9.95 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 16.88 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY CAPITAL $ 25.00 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY SERVICES $ 29.40 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY CAPITAL $ 68.58 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY SERVICES $ Iljrn $ .- ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES 257.74 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY SERVICES $ 736.03 ALLEN W STOKES SERVICES $ 24.20 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 1.99 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 3.59 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 4.90 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES $ ] 1.88 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY CAPITAL $ 14.4] ALPINE LUMBER COMP ANY SUPPLIES $ ]6.23 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 2ill 1 12/08/09 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 23.76 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 24.16 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 27.98 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 34.99 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 41.97 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 43.44 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SERVICES $ 1,571.26 AMERIGAS SERVICES $ 267.19 AMY BERENS SERVICES $ 210.00 ANA MENDOZA SUPPLIES $ ]9.99 ANA MENDOZA SERVICES $ 118.80 ANA MENDOZA SERVICES $ 118.80 Angela Haskins SERVICES $ 19.00 ANIXTER COMMUNICATIONS SUPPLIES $ 197.57 ANN LOPER SERVICES $ 24.00 ANN MUNCASTER SERVICES $ 74.04 ANN MUNCASTER SERVICES $ 85.16 APPLIED TRUST ENGINEERING SERVICES $ 141.66 APPLIED TRUST ENGINEERING SERVICES $ 607.50 APPLIED TRUST ENGINEERING SERVICES $ 3,165.00 Aqualogic, LLC SERVICES $ 85.00 AQUATICS ASSOCIATES INC SERVICES $ 1,869.17 ARMS & AMMO SUPPLIES $ 7,516.70 ARMY AND FACTORY SURPLUS SUPPLIES $ 89.98 ARTWORKS THE SERVICES $ 25.00 ARTWORKS THE SERVICES $ 30.00 AT&T SERVICES $ 33.59 AT&T SERVICES $ 33.63 AT&T SERVICES $ 85.20 AT&T SERVICES $ 2,860.46 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 15,618.00 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 28,917.33 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 151,408.77 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 161,572.00 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 407,005.00 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 425,000.00 AV SERVICES $ 82.60 AVON CENTER AT BEAVER CREEK I HOA SERVICES $ 2,543.72 AVON COMMERCIAL OWNERS ASSOCIATION SERVICES $ 2,245.43 AVON COMMERCIAL OWNERS ASSOCIATION SERVICES $ 2,245.43 B&H SPORTS SUPPLIES $ 475.23 BALCOMB AND GREEN SERVICES $ 23.50 BALCOMB AND GREEN SERVICES $ 34.00 BALCOMB AND GREEN SERVICES $ 240.00 BALCOMB AND GREEN SERVICES $ 258.50 BALCOMB AND GREEN SERVICES $ 700.50 BALCOMB AND GREEN SERVICES $ 933.00 BALCOMB AND GREEN SERVICES $ 985.50 BALCOMB AND GREEN SERVICES $ 2,950.79 Barbara L. Mershon SERVICES $ 43.20 BEN GALLOW A Y MD SERVICES $ 965.00 BENTLEY SYSTEMS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 60.00 Bernard Weber SERVICES $ 4.80 BERTHOD MOTORS SERVICES $ 43.24 BEST ACCESS SYSTEMS SUPPLIES $ 44.30 BEST ACCESS SYSTEMS CAPITAL $ 79.22 2 12/08/09 BEST ACCESS SYSTEMS SUPPLIES $ 112.06 BEST ACCESS SYSTEMS SUPPLIES $ 252.73 BOB ENGELBRECHT SERVICES $ 1325.00 Bonded Business Services, LTD SERVICES $ 4.00 Breitzman Masonry SERVICES $ 19.00 BROOKES PUBLISHING SERVICES $ 905.96 Bryan Kohrmann PAYROLL $ 100.00 BRYAN TREU SERVICES $ 39.60 Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, P .C. SERVICES $ .4:80 BUSCH PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION SERVICES $ 2.60 BUSCH PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION SERVICES $ 2.60 BUSCH PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION SERVICES $ 6.40 BUSCH PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION SERVICES $ 15.20 BUSCH PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION SERVICES $ 19.00 BUSINESS INK, CO SERVICES $ 73.45 CALPHO SERVICES $ 120.00 Carleen Heckendorf SERVICES $ 29.70 CARMEN LOZOYA VELEZ SERVICES $ 108.90 CARMEN LOZOYA VELEZ SERVICES $ 254.1 0 CAROLINA SOFTWARE SERVICES $ .4OD.OO CAROLINA SOFTWARE SERVICES $ 500.00 CATHY KEIL SERVICES $ 1 72.15 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $ 44.50 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $ 60.25 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $ 73.62 $ - CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES 250.00 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $ 280.00 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $ '.357.3f CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $ 552.00 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $ ..667:43 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $ . no.oo $ ..- CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES 998.00 $ .- CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES 2.1 13.00 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $ 5,805.00 CED CONSILODATED ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTORS INCORPORATE SERVICES $ 87.14 CED CONSILODATED ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTORS INCORPORATE SERVICES $ 417.00 $ ,- CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES 137.89 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $ .768.fj Century Link SERVICES $ 28.69 Century Link SERVICES $ .1li08 Century Link COMMUNITY GRANTS $ 148.06 Century Link SERVICES $ 10,583.53 CENTURYTEL SERVICES $ 1O,8iQ.79 CHARLES B DARRAH SERVICES $ 0.80 CHARLES B DARRAH SERVICES $ 38.00 CHARM SUPPLIES $ 97.55 CHARM SUPPLIES $ 207.03 CHARM SUPPLIES $ 842.68 CHEF DE CUISINE EPICUREAN SERVICES $ .i3D)2 CHRISTINA MOSES SERVICES $ 236.50 CINDY PREYTIS SERVICES $ 262.00 CLEVEREX SYSTEMS INC SERVICES $ ns.oo CLEVEREX SYSTEMS INC SERVICES $ 1,038.00 CMI, Inc SERVICES $ 299.00 co DEPT OF REVENUE SERVICES $ l7200 COLORADO ASSESSORS ASSOCIATION SERVICES $ 50.00 3 12/08/09 COLORADO CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES SUPPLIES $ 256.92 COLORADO CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES SERVICES $ 5,108.00 Colorado County Agent Association(CCAA) SERVICES $ 20.00 COLORADO COUNTY ATTORNEY ASSOCIATION SERVICES $ 125.00 COLORADO COUNTY ATTORNEY ASSOCIATION SERVICES $ 200.00 COLORADO COUNTY ATTORNEY ASSOCIATION SERVICES $ 200.00 COLORADO COUNTY CLERKS ASSOCIATION SERVICES $ 225.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURE SERVICES $ 50.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT PAYROLL $ 14,768.57 COLORADO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS ASSOCIATION SERVICES $ 45.00 Colorado Mountain News Media SUPPLIES $ 39.16 Colorado Mountain News Media SUPPLIES $ 40.05 Colorado Mountain News Media SUPPLIES $ 40.94 Colorado Mountain News Media SERVICES $ 135.96 Colorado Mountain News Media SUPPLIES $ 238.93 Colorado Mountain News Media SUPPLIES $ 354.07 Colorado Mountain News Media SUPPLIES $ 698.39 Colorado Mountain News Media SERVICES $ 1,218.24 Colorado Mountain News Media SUPPLIES $ 1,848.75 Colorado Mountain News Media SUPPLIES $ 19,316.38 COLORADO NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY SUPPLIES $ 77.06 COLORADO NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY SUPPLIES $ 94.00 COLORADO RIVER WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT SERVICES $ 342.97 COLORADO RIVER WATER CONSERV A nON DISTRICT SERVICES $ 472.23 COLORADO RIVER WATER CONSERV A nON DISTRICT SERVICES $ 2,310.00 COLORADO STATE 4 H OFFICE SERVICES $ 110.00 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY SERVICES $ 38.80 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY SERVICES $ 53.00 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY SERVICES $ 202.00 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY SERVICES $ 12,916.60 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES $ 687.20 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES $ 1,050.00 COLUMBINE MARKET SUPPLIES $ 17.27 CONSERVE A WATT LIGHTING INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 228.22 CONSERVE A WAIT LIGHTING INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 495.20 COPY PLUS SUPPLIES $ 10.98 COPY PLUS SERVICES $ 594.00 D & D TOWING AUTO REPAIR SERVICES $ 264.00 D & D TOWING AUTO REPAIR SERVICES $ 307.50 DALY PROPERTY SERVICES SERVICES $ 85.00 DALY PROPERTY SERVICES SERVICES $ 540.00 DAN CORCORAN PLS SERVICES $ 1,360.00 DANIELLE PIETERS SUPPLIES $ 54.25 DANIELLE PIETERS SERVICES $ 59.78 DARLING BERGSTROM MILLGAN SERVICES $ 20.00 DARLING BERGSTROM MILLGAN SERVICES $ 20.00 DARLING BERGSTROM MILLGAN SERVICES $ 50.00 DAVID A BAUER SERVICES $ 19.00 DAVID E. MOTT SERVICES $ 37.60 DBA RHMAEC REGIONAL HAZMAT ASSOCIATION OF EAGLE SERVICES $ 35,000.00 COUNTY DEBORAH H. SARTHOU SERVICES $ 5.00 DECATUR ELECTRONICS SUPPLIES $ 160.00 DISTRICT ATTORNEYS SERVICES $ 15.50 DIXIE KOZINSKI SERVICES $ 90.00 DOCTORS ON CALL SERVICES $ 650.00 4 12/08/09 DOLORES DEE GLEASON SERVICES $ 5.00 DON OLSEN SERVICES $ 16.03 DON OLSEN SERVICES $ 17.07 DONNA SMITH SERVICES $ 100.00 DOUBLE M ASPHALT COATINGS SERVICES $ 8,000.00 DUFFORD WALDECK AND MILBURN SERVICES $ 1:902.68 EAGLE COUNTY HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES SERVICES $ 5JOD.OO EAGLE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT REIMBURSEMENT $ 363:618.36 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ (12,210 .26) EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ (I ;233.68) EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 80.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 53,164.49 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 580.000.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 623.000.00 EAGLE PHARMACY SUPPLIES $ 22.00 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION SERVICES $ 321.26 $ - EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION SERVICES 379.86 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION SERVICES $ 380.27 $ - EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION SERVICES 391.23 EAGLE RIVER YOUTH COALITION SERVICES $ . 85D.OO EAGLE V ALLEY GLASS AND MIRROR CAPITAL $ (.39200 EAGLE V ALLEY PRINTING SERVICES $ '.120:00 EAGLE V ALLEY PRINTING SERVICES $ '32D.OO EAGLE V ALLEY PRINTING SERVICES $ 1 , f4D.OO EDW ARDS BUILDING CENTER SUPPLIES $ 4.08 ELLEN MATLOCK SERVICES $ 80.00 ENGINEERING NEWS RECORD SUPPLIES $ 82.00 ENNOV ATE CORPORATION SERVICES $ 470.00 $ ..- ENNOV A TE CORPORATION SERVICES 470.00 ENNOV A TE CORPORATION SERVICES $ 470.00 ENV WATER QUALITY CT COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICES $ ]4.00 HEALTH ENV WATER QUALITY CT COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICES $ 25.00 HEALTH ..47.00 ENV WATER QUALITY CT COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICES $ HEALTH 47l3O ENV WATER QUALITY CT COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICES $ HEALTH 887.32 Environments Inc. SUPPLIES $ EPS DESIGN AND PRINT SERVICES $ 41T.05 Eric Hansen SERVICES $ 2Jo.OO ERIC LOVGREN SERVICES $ .24:67 ESI SERVICES $ 1,032.00 EVA WILSON SERVICES $ ..55.00 Evangelina Munoz SERVICES $ 21. 72 Evangelina Munoz SERVICES $ '.2U3 EVERYTHING FOR OFFICES SUPPLIES $ 449.00 EVERYTHING FOR OFFICES SUPPLIES $ 1,039.96 EVERYTHING FOR OFFICES CAPITAL $ 1,075.70 EVERYTHING FOR OFFICES CAPITAL $ 2,450.25 EXECUCOM SERVICES $ 65.00 FAIRFIELD INN SERVICES $ 516.00 FARRELL & SELDIN SERVICES $ 1.80 FARRELL & SELDIN SERVICES $ 2.40 FARRELL & SELDIN SERVICES $ 7.40 $ - FARRELL & SELDIN SERVICES 16.00 FARRELL & SELDIN SERVICES $ l6.00 FARRELL & SELDIN SERVICES $ 17.50 5 12/08/09 FARRELL & SELDIN SERVICES $ 18.20 FARRELL & SELDIN SERVICES $ 19.00 FARRELL & SELDIN SERVICES $ 19.00 FARRELL & SELDIN SERVICES $ 19.00 FARRELL & SELDIN SERVICES $ 19.00 FARRELL & SELDIN SERVICES $ 19.00 FARRELL & SELDIN SERVICES $ 19.00 FARRELL & SELDIN SERVICES $ 37.80 FEDERAL EXPRESS SERVICES $ 9.45 FEDERAL EXPRESS SERVICES $ 42.57 FEDERAL EXPRESS SERVICES $ 46.72 FEDERAL EXPRESS SERVICES $ 52.24 FEDERAL EXPRESS SERVICES $ 53.63 FEDERAL EXPRESS SERVICES $ 70.73 FEDERAL EXPRESS SERVICES $ 82.81 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 37.43 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 42.16 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 274.08 FILTERFRESH DENVER SUPPLIES $ 1,436.78 FIRKINS GARAGE DOORS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 175.00 FIRKINS GARAGE DOORS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 250.00 FIRKINS GARAGE DOORS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 745.00 FLORIDA MICRO SUPPLIES $ 141.00 FLORIDA MICRO SUPPLIES $ 258.00 FLORIDA MICRO SUPPLIES $ 258.00 FLORIDA MICRO SUPPLIES $ 282.00 FLORIDA MICRO SUPPLIES $ 1,094.00 FRANK J BALL SERVICES $ 0.30 FRANK J BALL SERVICES $ 0.30 FRONT RANGE INTERNET, INC SERVICES $ 2,000.00 FRONT RANGE INTERNET, INC SERVICES $ 2,000.00 FRONTIER RADIO COMMUNICATIONS SUPPLIES $ 1,480.00 G & S TOOL CLINIC LLC SERVICES $ 26.30 G & S TOOL CLINIC LLC SUPPLIES $ 89.88 GAIL ZINK SERVICES $ 8.25 GAIL ZINK SERVICES $ 91.30 Gerardo Rios SERVICES $ 10.40 Gordon J Bosa SERVICES $ 19.00 GOVCONNECTION INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 269.62 GOVCONNECTION INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 336.57 GOVCONNECTION INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 491.80 GRACE FINNEY SERVICES $ 68.40 GRACIOUS SAVIOR LUTHERAN CHURCH SERVICES $ 7,500.00 GRAINGER INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 4.66 GRAINGER INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 14.40 GRAINGER INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 64.98 GRAINGER INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 157.56 GRAINGER INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 444.00 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SERVICES $ 524.45 GRANICUS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 1,013.04 GREAT AMERICA LEASING SERVICES $ 1,294.28 GREENBERG AND ASSOCIATES SERVICES $ 15.00 GREENBERG AND ASSOCIATES SERVICES $ 19.00 Hageman's MortuaJy Transfer Service SERVICES $ 75.00 HAJOCA CORPORATION SUPPLIES $ 365.70 HD SUPPLY F ACILITES MAINTENANCE LTD SUPPLIES $ 94.70 6 12/08/09 HEART OF THE WEST COUNCIL SERVICES $ 525.00 HEART OF THE WEST COUNCIL SERVICES $ 937.50 Heather R. Liptak SERVICES $ 19.00 HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS SERVICES $ 176.57 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 17.50 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 43.75 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 52.50 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ .57.89 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 72.80 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 105.00 HINDMAN SANCHEZ SERVICES $ 12.00 HOLLY KASPER SERVICES $ 67.10 HOLLY KASPER SERVICES $ 77.00 HOLLY KASPER SUPPLIES $ 162.37 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 91.07 HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 107.02 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 1.172.40 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 4,172.00 HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 4.908.60 HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 17,189.18 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SERVICES $ 24.96 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SERVICES $ 26.65 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SUPPLIES $ 32.72 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SUPPLIES $ 37.41 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SUPPLIES $ 49.23 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SUPPLIES $ 60.56 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SUPPLIES $ 673.88 HV AC SUPPLY SUPPLIES $ 2.79 HVAC SUPPLY SUPPLIES $ 9.51 HV AC SUPPLY SERVICES $ 11.45 HV AC SUPPLY SUPPLIES $ 13.45 HVAC SUPPLY SUPPLIES $ 13.74 HVAC SUPPLY SUPPLIES $ 13.74 HVAC SUPPLY SERVICES $ 15.20 HVAC SUPPLY SUPPLIES $ 23.55 HVAC SUPPLY CAPITAL $ '.i64.80 IAAO SERVICES $ "rn:oo ICC SUPPLIES $ {795.25 ICON SYSTEMS, LLC SUPPLIES $ ..J07.i6 INTERMOUNTAIN LOCK CAPITAL $ 'i92.00 ISC, Inc SERVICES $ '.f85.00 ISC, Inc SUPPLIES $ 841.75 $ -- ISC, Inc SERVICES 7,079.00 JAMES H THERRELL IV SERVICES $ 16.00 JAMES H THERRELL IV SERVICES $ 16.00 JAMES H THERRELL IV SERVICES $ 19.00 JAMES H THERRELL IV SERVICES $ 19.00 JAMES H THERRELL IV SERVICES $ 19.00 JAMES H THERRELL IV SERVICES $ 19.00 JAMES H THERRELL IV SERVICES $ 19.00 JAMES H THERRELL IV SERVICES $ 27.80 JARA DIVERSIFIED SERVICES SERVICES $ 73.40 Jason Van Heulen SERVICES $ 19.00 JBT'S CUSTOM SILK SUPPLIES $ 810.00 JEFFERSON COUNTY SERVICES $ 37.17 JENNIE W AHRER SERVICES $ 61.05 7 12/08/09 Jennifer Downs SUPPLIES $ 173.44 Jennifer Downs SUPPLIES $ 500.00 JENNY WOOD SUPPLIES $ 71.27 JENNY WOOD SUPPLIES $ 112.50 JERRY SIBLEY PLUMBING SERVICES $ 12.00 JILL HUNSAKER SERVICES $ 1,000.00 JILL HUNSAKER SERVICES $ 1,520.00 JOHN HANCOCK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY PAYROLL $ 531.55 JOHN HANCOCK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY PAYROLL $ 540.74 John Turk SERVICES $ 19.00 JOHNNElTE PHILLIPS SERVICES $ 11.00 JOHNNETTE PHILLIPS SERVICES $ 96.00 JOHNSON AND HELD LTD SUPPLIES $ 525.00 Jon Stavney SERVICES $ 338.80 Jose F. Reyna SERVICES $ 4.80 JP COOKIE COMPANY SERVICES $ 504.23 Judy Haeberle SERVICES $ 84.00 Justin Kirkland SUPPLIES $ 312.00 KAPLAN COMPANIES INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 973.06 KAPLAN KIRSCH & ROCKWELL, LLP SERVICES $ 1,486.00 KARA BETTIS CORONER SERVICES $ 20.35 KARA BElTIS CORONER SERVICES $ 66.40 KARA BEITIS CORONER SERVICES $ 80.85 Karen Carthy SERVICES $ 500.00 KATHLEEN SCHMITT SERVICES $ 3.36 KAY VINCENT SERVICES $ 333.72 Kendra Rejda SERVICES $ 10.00 Kendra Rejda SERVICES $ 90.00 KEVIN KROMER SERVICES $ 2,772.00 KIM ANDREE SERVICES $ 438.85 KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SERVICES $ 108.90 KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SERVICES $ 307.20 KYLE HALL SERVICES $ 59.96 KZYRFM SERVICES $ 1,500.00 L.I.E.S. LINGUISTIC INTERROGATION EXPERT SERVICES SERVICES $ 197.00 LA QUINT A INN AND SUITES LOUISVILLE/BOULDER 0952 SERVICES $ 98.00 LA QUINT A PROMENADE SERVICES $ 195.00 LABELS DIRECT INC SUPPLIES $ 94.21 LAF ARGE CORPORATION INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 40.77 LAF ARGE CORPORA TION INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 195.68 LAFARGE CORPORATION INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 264.00 LAFARGECORPORATlON INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 384.40 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES SERVICES $ 123.87 Lansky, Weigler & Porter, P.C. SERVICES $ 1.40 Lansky, Weigler & Porter, P.C. SERVICES $ 17.40 LaVina Beveridge SERVICES $ 156.75 LaVina Beveridge SERVICES $ 367.95 LEAF FUNDING, INC SERVICES $ 109.28 LEAF FUNDING, INC SERVICES $ 227.42 LEWAN AND ASSOCIATES SERVICES $ 1,392.00 LEWAN AND ASSOCIATES SERVICES $ 2,552.00 LEWAN AND ASSOCIATES SERVICES $ 9,200.00 LEXISNEXIS COURTLINK INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 38.64 LEXISNEXIS COURTLINK INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 946.39 LIBERTY ACQUISITIONS SERVICES $ 2.60 LIBERTY ACQUISITIONS SERVICES $ 12.00 8 12/08/09 LIBERTY ACQUISITIONS SERVICES $ 13.40 LIGHTNING SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 156.51 LIGHTNING SERVICES SERVICES $ 281.69 LINDA CARR SERVICES $ 8.00 LINDA CARR SERVICES $ 14.00 Lorenzo Salazar SERVICES $ 4.80 LORI SIEFERS SUPPLIES $ 22.54 LORI SIEFERS SERVICES $ 25.67 LUCIA SARABIA SUPPLIES $ 17.00 LUCIA SARABIA SUPPLIES $ 19.99 LUCIA SARABIA SUPPLIES $ 25.93 LUCIA SARABIA SERVICES $ 46.20 MADELINE MOOS SERVICES $ 30.92 MAIN AUTO PARTS SERVICES $ 9.96 Maine Technical Source, Inc SUPPLIES $ 157.94 MARCIN ENGINEERING INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 738.75 MARlY A TRIFONOV A SERVICES $ 39.60 MARK CHAPIN SERVICES $ 99.52 MARY JANE HESS SERVICES $ 44.60 MARY JANE HESS SERVICES $ 47.04 MARY JANE HESS SERVICES $ 115.24 MAVERICK FLOORING CAPITAL $ 579.58 MBIA MISC SERVICES $ 5,510.01 $ ..- MENENDEZ ARCHITECTS PC SERVICES 948.75 .- MENENDEZ ARCHITECTS PC SERVICES $ 1,092.50 MENENDEZ ARCHITECTS PC SERVICES $ 2264.90 MENENDEZ ARCHITECTS PC SERVICES $ 2,88233 MICHAEL JOHNSON SERVICES $ 90.00 MICRO PLASTICS SUPPLIES $ 18.99 MID V ALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT SERVICES $ .59.4T MID V ALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT SERVICES $ . 362.08 Mike Breitzman SERVICES $ .67.60 Mike Murray SERVICES $ 41.80 Minturn Saloon COMMUNITY GRANTS $ 10;000.00 MOBILE VISION SERVICES $ 559.00 MONICA JACOX SERVICES $ 10.00 MOUNTAIN COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES $ 54.00 MOUNTAIN COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES $ 72.00 MOUNTAIN MOBILE VET SERVICES $ 10.00 MOUNTAIN MOBILE VET SERVICES $ m28f.84 MOUNTAIN STATES EMPLOYERS COUNCIL INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 99.00 MOUNTAIN STATES EMPLOYERS COUNCIL INCORPORATED SERVICES $ IO I.7 5 MOUNTAIN STATES EMPLOYERS COUNCIL INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 120.00 Mountain Top Ventures, Inc SERVICES $ 2.770.83 -- MTN MESA SPORT INC SUPPLIES $ 840.26 MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 2.91 MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 13.10 MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 36.67 MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 215.21 MX LOGIC, INC SERVICES $ 900.00 NANCY ALEXANDER SERVICES $ 80.00 NATIONAL CRIME PREVENTION SUPPLIES $ 242.75 NEVES UNIFORMS SUPPLIES $ 94.91 NICOLE SISNEROS SERVICES $ 123.20 NICOLEITI SERVICES $ 1. 735.00 NOLA NICHOLSON SERVICES $ 1197.00 9 12/08/09 NORDIC REFRIGERATION SERVICES $ 174.00 Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District SERVICES $ 1,000.00 NORTHWEST COLORADO COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS SERVICES $ 22.65 NURSE F AMIL Y PARTNERSHIP SERVICES $ 4,196.00 OCCASIONALLY KEEGAN SUPPLIES $ 240.00 OFFICE DEPOT SUPPLIES $ 3.92 OFFICE DEPOT SUPPLIES $ 32.1 7 OFFICE DEPOT SUPPLIES $ 46.48 OFFICE DEPOT SUPPLIES $ 1,138.41 OLGA WILKINS SERVICES $ 38.50 OLGA WILKINS SERVICES $ 148.50 OSM DELIVERY LLC SERVICES $ 257.40 OSM DELIVERY LLC SERVICES $ 516.00 OTT ALIE FABER SERVICES $ 40.80 OTT ALIE FABER SERVICES $ 80.00 OURSTON ROUNDABOUT ENGINEERING SERVICES $ 5,200.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMP ANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 75.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 10 12/08/09 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ -i5o.OQ PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMP ANY REFUND $ 150.00 PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 600.00 .- PACK APPRAISAL COMPANY REFUND $ 1,800.00 PAINT BUCKET CAPITAL $ 22.49 PAINT BUCKET SUPPLIES $ 24.44 PAINT BUCKET CAPITAL $ 24.44 PAINT BUCKET SUPPLIES $ 24.53 PAINT BUCKET CAPITAL $ 35.48 PAPER WISE SERVICES $ 3 :oT4.OO PAT NOLAN SUPPLIES $ 10.28 PAT NOLAN SERVICES $ 41.25 PAT NOLAN SERVICES $ 50.60 Patricia Dirkson SERVICES $ '.9OiJ.OO PATRICIA MCCOLLUM SERVICES $ 92.57 PAULA A PALMATEER SERVICES $ 88.00 Pauline Arujo Agoitia SERVICES $ 208.00 PEARL TAYLOR SERVICES $ 43.20 PEGGY GRAYBEAL SERVICES $ 180.00 PERSONNEL EVALUATION, INC. SERVICES $ 120.00 PET PICK UPS SUPPLIES $ 1)09.02 PETER FREID RICH SERVICES $ 8.00 PETER FREID RICH SERVICES $ 8.00 Peter J. Dauster SERVICES $ 38.00 PEITY CASH ACCOUNTING SERVICES $ 14.94 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING SUPPLIES $ 17.00 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING SUPPLIES $ 22.29 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING SERVICES $ 39.60 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING SERVICES $ 62.48 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING SERVICES $ .209.55 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING SERVICES $ ..222.20 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING SERVICES $ 350.06 PHILIP BOSSART SERVICES $ 100.00 PHONE SUPPLEMENTS INC. SUPPLIES $ 170.32 PITNEY BOWES SERVICES $ 153.00 PITNEY BOWES SERVICES $ 165.00 PLASTOCON SUPPLIES $ 2,35(l.26 POSTMASTER EAGLE BRANCH SERVICES $ 60.67 POSTMASTER EAGLE BRANCH SERVICES $ 63.55 POSTMASTER EAGLE BRANCH SERVICES $ 1,000.00 PROACTIVE NETWORK MANAGEMENT CORPORATION SERVICES $ 180.84 PROSHINE SALES & SERVICE SERVICES $ '.24l.2O PROSHINE SALES & SERVICE SERVICES $ 1,425:66 Pro Vest, LLC SERVICES $ 4.60 Pro Vest, LLC SERVICES $ 19.00 PSYCHOLOGICAL DIMENSIONS, P.C. SERVICES $ , 325.00 11 12/08/09 QWEST SERVICES $ 3,927.89 R&H Mechanical LLC SERVICES $ 644.00 RAY ALLEN MANUFACTURING SUPPLIES $ 754.95 RAY ALLEN MANUFACTURING SUPPLIES $ 1,675.00 RAZORS EDGE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 1,464.00 RAZORS EDGE INCORPORATED CAPITAL $ 1,476.00 REBECCA T MCCAULLEY SERVICES $ 10.00 REBECCA T MCCAULLEY SERVICES $ 39.60 REBECCA T MCCAULLEY SUPPLIES $ 52.00 RENEE RUMVILL, DVM. SERVICES $ 540.00 RENEE RUMVILL, DVM. SERVICES $ 920.00 Reyna Becerra SERVICES $ 101.64 REYNA TRUJILLO SERVICES $ 379.50 RICHARD BROSE SERVICES $ 10.40 RICK KANGAS SUPPLIES $ 36.31 RICK KANGAS SERVICES $ 314.53 RUII SERVICES $ 238.00 Roaring Fork School District RE REIMBURSEMENT $ 68,581.26 Roaring Fork Valley Early Learning Fund SUPPLIES $ 450.00 Robert H Winter SERVICES $ 182.40 ROCKY MOUNTAIN RECORDS SUPPLIES $ 227.60 ROCKY MOUNTAIN REPROGRAPH SUPPLIES $ 37.99 RON GRUBER DVM SERVICES $ 10.00 ROSIE MORENO SERVICES $ 20.35 ROSIE MORENO SERVICES $ 126.50 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 75.00 12 12/08/09 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ .75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL SERVICES $ 75.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 150.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 150.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 150.00 ROY HOWELL REFUND $ 150.00 RSC SERVICES $ 12.00 RSC SERVICES $ 973.54 SafeS pace Concepts, Inc SUPPLIES $ 739.82 SafetyBeltSafe U.S.A SUPPLIES $ 768.00 Samantha Gonzalez SERVICES $ 12.71 SARA J FISHER SERVICES $ 774.49 SAW A Y A ROSE KALPLAN PC SERVICES $ 16.00 SAW A Y A ROSE KALPLAN PC SERVICES $ 38.10 SCHINDLER ELEV ATOR CORPORATION SERVICES $ .T;9i8.62 SCHNEIDER MAURER FOOT & ANKLE ASSOCIATES SERVICES $ 210.00 SERVICEMASTER CLEAN OF V AIL CAPITAL $ 212.50 SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION SUPPLIES $ (91.03) SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION SUPPLIES $ (20.14) SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION SUPPLIES $ 11 6.32 SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION SUPPLIES $ 302.35 SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION SUPPLIES $ 575.01 SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION SUPPLIES $ 922.96 SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION SUPPLIES $ 1,053.04 SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION SUPPLIES $ 1,104.94 SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION . SUPPLIES $ 1,130.73 SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION SUPPLIES $ 1,540.51 13 12/08/09 SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION SUPPLIES $ 1,738.83 SHAREE WETTSTEIN SUPPLIES $ 3.29 SHAREE WETTSTEIN SERVICES $ 28.99 Sharyn Louise Treat SERVICES $ 10.40 Sheriffs Office Petty Cash Account CASH TRANSFER $ 5,000.00 SIMON PROPERTY SERVICES SERVICES $ 375.00 SIMON PROPERTY SERVICES SERVICES $ 440.00 SIMON PROPERTY SERVICES SERVICES $ 760.00 SINTON DAIRY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 58.20 SINTON DAIRY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 77.60 SINTON DAIRY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 78.00 SINTON DAIRY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 84.40 SINTON DAIRY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 97.50 SINTON DAIRY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 99.52 SINTON DAIRY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 108.64 SINTON DAIRY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 116.40 SINTON DAIRY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 117.00 SKORONSKY, NEENA, DBA NEENA'S CUSTOM SEWING SUPPLIES $ 367.00 SMITH ADVISORS, INC SERVICES $ 800.00 SNOWHITE LINEN SERVICES $ 45.32 SNOWHITE LINEN SERVICES $ 47.07 SNOWHITE LINEN SERVICES $ 47.07 SNOWHITE LINEN SERVICES $ 58.50 SNOWHITE LINEN SERVICES $ 60.25 SOURCE GAS SERVICES $ 88.04 SOURCE GAS SERVICES $ 10,979.23 SOURCEGAS SERVICES $ 87.26 SPECIALTIES INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 512.12 SPRONK WATER ENGINEERS SERVICES $ 1,256.62 SQUIRES, VERNON, DBA QUALITY CARPET CARE SERVICES $ 300.00 STANLEY M SLOWIK INC SERVICES $ 503.83 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ (15.66) Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 11.16 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 12.38 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 13.06 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 15.39 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 17.28 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 20.19 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 21.23 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 33.24 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 37.22 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 40.23 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 41.43 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 44.47 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 53.83 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 55.39 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 62.70 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 65.24 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 76.29 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 76.92 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 77.33 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 78.72 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 89.00 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 109.54 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 114.61 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 134.92 14 12/08/09 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 186.30 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 193.71 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ . 35f.99 Staples Advantage SERVICES $ 383.97 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 471.69 Staples Advantage SERVICES $ 748.48 Staples Advantage SERVICES $ 829.11 Staples Advantage SERVICES $ 1343.05 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 1;560.00 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 1,763.90 STATE OF COLORADO SERVICES $ 472.56 STERICYCLE INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 360.98 SUMMIT COUNTY SENIORS SERVICES $ 4:596.85 SURVIVAL ARMOR, INC. SUPPLIES $ 212.96 SURVIVAL ARMOR, INC. SUPPLIES $ 2,415.24 Susan J. Miller, PH.D SERVICES $ 280.00 SUSAN MOIT SERVICES $ 80.00 Susan Rodger, M.A. SERVICES $ 210.00 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICES $ (38.874.79) SUSPENSE FUND SERVICES $ (38.0 11.02) SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 57.70 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 166.67 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 207.70 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 599.37 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 1)22:60 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 1,904.73 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ ] ,904.73 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 3~ SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 3~ SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 3]35.4T SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 3",836.48 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 8~ SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 9,108.86 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ I (l]24.00 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ IO,125.97 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 75]08.04 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 1'7;749.58 SUZANNE VITALE SERVICES $ 101.23 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER SUPPLIES $ (4.34) SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER SUPPLIES $ ( 1.45) SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER SUPPLIES $ 22.66 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER SUPPLIES $ 183.10 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER SUPPLIES $ 240.11 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER SUPPLIES $ 342.34 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER SUPPLIES $ 376.93 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER SUPPLIES $ 383.75 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER SUPPLIES $ 499.27 TASER INTERNATIONAL SUPPLIES $ 550.00 TERRACOGNITO CONSULTING SERVICES $ 4~ TERRI ALLENDER SERVICES $ 140.00 The Board of Regents of the University of Nebraska SUPPLIES $ 7.60 The Law Firm of Benjamin F. Gibbons, PC SERVICES $ 31.80 The Master's Touch, LLC SUPPLIES $ 178.83 THE OLD GYPSUM PRINTER, INC SERVICES $ 82.50 THE OLD GYPSUM PRINTER, INC SERVICES $ 107.25 The Step2 Company, LLC SUPPLIES $ 1,009.85 15 12/08/09 Thomas Mauro, TVMJ Productions, Inc SERVICES $ 1,920.00 TILE WORK BY PAUL, INC CAPITAL $ 300.00 Tom Hyatt SERVICES $ 80.14 TOWN OF EAGLE SERVICES $ 29.85 TOWN OF EAGLE SERVICES $ 2,310.00 TOWN OF EAGLE SERVICES $ 3,897.75 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICES $ 107.60 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICES $ 885.13 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICES $ 913.53 TOWN OF VAIL SUPPLIES $ 1,050.00 Travis David Barton SERVICES $ 200.00 Travis David Barton SERVICES $ 250.00 TRI COUNTY FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES $ 170.00 Tuttle Serveying Services SERVICES $ 19.00 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES INC SERVICES $ 600.00 ULINE SUPPLIES $ 29.36 UNDERGROUND VAULTS AND STORAGE INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 13.50 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE SERVICES $ 18.00 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE SERVICES $ 18.00 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE SERVICES $ 18.00 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE SUPPLIES $ 25.57 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE SERVICES $ 29.37 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE SERVICES $ 29.38 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE SERVICES $ 29.90 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE SERVICES $ 30.34 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE SERVICES $ 114.63 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICES $ 13,457.68 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICES $ 13,457.68 US FOOD SERVICE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ (25.52) US FOOD SERVICE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ (21.98) US FOOD SERVICE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 543.53 US FOOD SERVICE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 760.35 US FOOD SERVICE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 812.82 US FOOD SERVICE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 871.59 US FOOD SERVICE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 1,160.90 VAIL BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE SERVICES $ 2,250.00 V AIL BOARD OF REALTORS SERVICES $ 275.00 V AIL BOARD OF REALTORS SERVICES $ 728.00 V AIL ELECTRONICS SERVICES $ 210.00 V AIL ELECTRONICS SERVICES $ 385.60 V AIL ELECTRONICS SERVICES $ 502.50 V AIL ELECTRONICS SERVICES $ 1,200.00 V AIL ELECTRONICS SERVICES $ 1,244.49 V AIL HONEYW AGON LTD SERVICES $ 11.29 V AIL HONEYW AGON LTO SERVICES $ 364.00 V AIL LOCK AND KEY SUPPLIES $ 57.00 VAIL MOUNTAIN RESCUE GROUP COMMUNITY GRANTS $ 8,700.00 V AIL NET SERVICES $ 11.95 V AIL NET SERVICES $ 11.95 V AIL RESORTS INC PAYROLL $ 6,948.00 V AIL V ALLEY PARTNERSHIP SERVICES $ 30.00 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 2.30 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 2.40 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 8.45 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 8.58 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 15.48 16 12/08/09 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 15.49 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 17.96 V ALLEY LUMBER SERVICES $ 19.48 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 21.44 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 26.98 V ALLEY LUMBER SERVICES $ 37.44 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 45.14 V ALLEY VIEW HOSPITAL SERVICES $ 180.00 V ALLEY VIEW HOSPITAL SERVICES $ 947.62 VERIFICATIONS, INC. SERVICES $ 71.00 VERIFICATIONS, INC. SERVICES $ 79.25 VERIFICATIONS, INC. SERVICES $ 126.55 VERIFICATIONS, INC. SERVICES $ 612.00 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 29.94 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 39.98 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 45.01 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 52.98 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 52.98 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 62.97 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 65.98 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 73.75 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 90.67 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 95.02 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 97.99 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 98.96 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 113.93 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 133.72 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 164.99 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 228.67 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 230.19 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 332.89 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 382.95 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 423.57 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 541.49 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 633.84 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 710.31 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 773.1 0 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 834.24 VIRGINIA TRUJILLO SERVICES $ 31.62 VIRGINIA TRUJILLO SERVICES $ 31.63 VIRGINIA TRUJILLO SERVICES $ 37.95 VIRGINIA TRUJILLO SERVICES $ 37.95 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ (600.00) VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ (225.47) VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ (39.00) VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 2.90 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 5.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 6.48 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 6.95 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 8.59 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 9.49 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 10.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 11.27 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 15.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 16.88 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 19.95 17 12/08/09 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 20.33 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 24.97 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 25.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 27.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 27.40 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 28.15 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 28.45 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 28.75 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 30.63 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 32.59 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 34.94 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 49.92 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 49.97 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 51.46 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 58.55 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 59.85 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 60.55 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 62.99 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 63.75 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 67.99 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 73.41 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 75.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 83.94 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 85.94 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 86.30 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 95.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 98.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 99.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 100.16 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 105.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 106.68 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 107.25 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 110.09 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 118.90 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 119.99 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 120.24 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 125.27 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 127.05 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 144.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 149.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 152.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 155.60 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 158.60 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 172.2 I VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 178.95 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 195.64 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 203.79 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 220.13 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 234.68 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 245.24 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 250.72 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 263.98 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 284.23 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 290.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 298.93 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 301.45 18 12/08/09 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 335.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 340.98 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 357.28 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 374.44 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 395.80 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 406.05 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 414.90 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 432.87 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 442.79 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 451.24 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 467.96 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 500.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 540.76 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 542.90 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 543.50 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 562.75 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 616.75 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 700.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 733.50 VISA CARD SERVICES CAPITAL $ 749.56 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 766.20 $ .- VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES 827.36 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 83 1.46 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 841.88 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 869.80 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 951.20 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 1,078.41 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ l~ VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ lSi6Yi VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 1,923.51 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 2-,sll57 VISA CARD SERVICES CASH TRANSFER $ 2,853.96 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 3~ VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 5,136.77 Vivian Sanchez SERVICES $ 4.20 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 3,043.42 WECMRD SERVICES $ 3,075.00 WECMRD SERVICES $ 4,467.00 West Grand School District I REIMBURSEMENT $ 216.18 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 9.55 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 9.55 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 9.55 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 9.55 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ . ---w:oo WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 10.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 17.90 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 17.90 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 17.90 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 17.90 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 17.90 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 24.80 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 33.40 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 37.25 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SERVICES $ 67.90 WILLIAM LOPER SERVICES $ 34.00 WILLITS GENERAL STORE SERVICES $ 52.00 19 12/08/09 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 31.00 XCEL ENERGY SERVICES $ II 1.40 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 11.88 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SUPPLIES $ 27.97 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 32.63 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 61.02 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 70.74 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 87.49 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 98.51 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SUPPLIES $ 138.45 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 138.83 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 160.93 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 177.92 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 189.07 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 196.72 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 208.63 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 215.63 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 223.55 XEROX CORPORA nON, INC SERVICES $ 228.70 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 242.65 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 251.24 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 254.72 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 269.60 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 315.10 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 367.71 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 397.76 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 413.74 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 439.56 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 492.23 XEROX CORPORA nON, INC SERVICES $ 510.82 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 533.56 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 580.90 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 730.00 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 803.D7 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 1,263.81 Y AMP A V ALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION SERVICES $ 78.12 Y AMP A V ALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION SERVICES $ 83.01 $ 3,624,084.03 ROAD & BRIDGE ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 338,939.29 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 387,187.27 BIG R MANUFACTURING SUPPLIES $ 1,018.00 BIG R MANUFACTURING SUPPLIES $ 1,018.00 BIG R MANUF ACTURING SUPPLIES $ 3,024.00 BRAITON ENTERPRISE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 899.08 BRUCE WALLACE SERVICES $ 83.00 Buckhorn Geotech, Inc CAPITAL $ 2,500.00 Buckhorn Geotech, Inc CAPITAL $ 11,000.00 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $ 0.01 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $ 12.35 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SERVICES $ 31.68 CRAWFORD PROPERTIES SERVICES $ 1,360.00 DOUG MCKIERNAN SUPPLIES $ 45.50 20 12/08/09 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 1,015.89 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 6M0.64 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 45,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 50JlOQ:OO EAGLE V ALLEY MEDICAL CENTER SERVICES $ 112.00 EAGLE V ALLEY PRINTING SERVICES $ 250.00 ELAM CONSTRUCTION INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 1,382.00 ELAM CONSTRUCTION INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 2])84.00 ELAM CONSTRUCTION INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 3]80:00 ELAM CONSTRUCTION INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 5J76.00 ENVIROTECH SUPPLIES $ 5]83.00 ENVIROTECH SUPPLIES $ 11,755.42 ENVIROTECH SUPPLIES $ 16]92.74 G.A. Western Construction Company CAPITAL $ 258,266.50 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SUPPLIES $ 54.43 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SUPPLIES $ 68.90 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SUPPLIES $ 83.77 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SUPPLIES $ 11 5.20 Gypsum Creek Middle School SERVICES $ 68.00 HEPWORTH PAWLAK GEOTECHNI CAPITAL $ 4,336.50 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SERVICES $ 249.99 INTERWEST SAFETY SUPPLY SUPPLIES $ 689.1 6 LAF ARGE CORPORATION INCORPORATED CAPITAL $ '.f,399.70 LAF ARGE CORPORATION INCORPORATED CAPITAL $ 5,977.46 LAFARGECORPORATION INCORPORATED CAPITAL $ 6,213.07 LAF ARGE CORPORATION INCORPORATED CAPITAL $ 6,582.18 NAPA AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES $ .lill NAPA AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES $ .21.04 NAPA AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES $ 87.46 NAPA AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES $ 100.47 NAPA AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES $ 118.99 NATIVE ELECTRIC INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 285.00 NEIL HERRIDGE SUPPLIES $ 75.00 Nicole Wasson SERVICES $ 174.35 PST ENTERPRISES INC SUPPLIES $ 7.89 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 0.01 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 0.01 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 19.23 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 19.23 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 115.38 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 115.38 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 295.32 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 323.44 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 2,220.04 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 2,558.44 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 6,364.94 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 6,474.74 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 4.49 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 12.27 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 17.49 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 18.99 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 23.64 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 23.92 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 29.90 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 280.98 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 142.50 21 12/08/09 WESTERN SLOPE AGGREGATE SUPPLIES $ 5,897.98 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SERVICES $ 7.50 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SERVICES $ 7.50 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SERVICES $ 9.55 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 9.55 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SERVICES $ 34.60 WESTON SOLUTIONS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 2,500.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 6.88 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 15.98 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 19.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 40.60 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 63.76 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 245.70 XCEL ENERGY SERVICES $ 129.24 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SUPPLIES $ 25 1.11 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 543.79 Y AMP A V ALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION SERVICES $ 26.82 Y AMP A V ALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION SERVICES $ 45.75 Y AMPA V ALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION SERVICES $ 78.16 Y AMP A V ALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION SERVICES $ 85.05 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES $ 85.67 $ 1,211,142.59 EARLY CHILDHOOD Alina G. lonescu Miller SERVICES $ 300.00 ANNA WAGNER SERVICES $ 300.00 AITENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 3,574.39 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 3,608.42 Bethany Jeanne Card SERVICES $ 300.00 CAROL L TATHAM SERVICES $ 650.00 CARRIE FROMAN SERVICES $ 2,700.00 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $ 188.00 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SERVICES $ 973.00 CYNTHIA LAGACE SERVICES $ 1,100.00 EAGLE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT SERVICES $ 7,200.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 402.83 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 743.95 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 3,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 4,000.00 EAGLE V ALLEY CHILD CARE CENTER SERVICES $ 1,682.00 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS SERVICES $ 4,453.85 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS SERVICES $ 5,849.50 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS SERVICES $ 7,617.00 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS SERVICES $ 9,215.56 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS SERVICES $ 10,725.00 FRANCISCA SANCHEZ SERVICES $ 100.00 Growing Years School SERVICES $ 2,475.00 KIDS FIRST SERVICES $ 3,393.00 LILY JEAN HATHORN SERVICES $ 300.00 MAGGIE SWONGER SERVICES $ 107.80 MAGGIE SWONGER SERVICES $ 134.20 MARIA ELIZALDE SERVICES $ 259.05 Panoramic Enterprises, Inc SERVICES $ 725.00 RONDA LEE SERVICES $ 1,000.00 22 12/08/09 ROTARY CLUB V AIL/EV SERVICES $ 20~ Sarah Jensen SERVICES $ 250.00 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 29.28 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 29.28 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 414.00 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 572.32 Teresa Werner SERVICES $ 3,424.00 THE BEAR'S DEN SERVICES $ 6,734.00 TREEHAUS EARLY LEARNING PROGRAM SERVICES $ 2,800.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 51.98 $ 111,882.41 SOCIAL SERVICES Amy Tautges SERVICES $ 192.06 Ana Reza SERVICES $ 224.40 Ana Reza SERVICES $ 841.50 AITENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 46,552.15 BUSINESS INK, CO SERVICES $ 60.09 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $ 50.00 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $ 445.00 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $ 973.00 CHARLENE WHITNEY SERVICES $ 9.90 CHARLENE WHITNEY SERVICES $ 9.90 CHARLENE WHITNEY SERVICES $ 21.51 CHARLENE WHITNEY SERVICES $ 25.65 Child & Family Counseling Center, PLLC SERVICES $ 560.00 Colorado Mountain News Media SUPPLIES $ 94.00 Colorado Mountain News Media SUPPLIES $ .177.00 County of Larimer Board of County Commissioners SERVICES $ 40.20 DARLENE MONTANO SERVICES $ 144.10 EAGLE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT SERVICES $ 140.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ ..7;735.30 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 8,661.68 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 50,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 50:000.0o Emergency Physician of the Rockies, PC SERVICES $ 168.50 GARFIELD COUNTY SERVICES $ 16.00 Harmony Imaging Center, LLC SERVICES $ 105.00 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 45.71 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 96.68 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SUPPLIES $ 85.88 IMPACT GRAPHICS AND SIGNS SUPPLIES $ 1,121.00 IMPACT GRAPHICS AND SIGNS SUPPLIES $ 1,733.50 ISC, Inc SUPPLIES $ 1,683.50 JOHN COLLINS PC SERVICES $ 702.00 JOHN COLLINS PC SERVICES $ 1,500.00 JOHN COLLINS PC SERVICES $ 8,080.00 JOHN HANCOCK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY PAYROLL $ 12.73 JOHN HANCOCK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY PAYROLL $ 12.85 Ken Mayle SERVICES $ 119.88 KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SERVICES $ 89.10 KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SERVICES $ 251.35 KRISTINA HOLLINGER SERVICES $ 83.05 KRISTINA HOLLINGER SERVICES $ 237.60 23 12/08/09 LABORATORY CORPORATION OF AMERICA HOLDINGS SUPPLIES $ 46.00 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES SERVICES $ 50.53 LISA GRIGGS SERVICES $ 132.00 LISA GRIGGS SERVICES $ 209.00 LISA GRIGGS SERVICES $ 220.94 LISA GRIGGS SERVICES $ 458.15 LITERACY PROJECT, THE SERVICES $ 12,386.88 MARGARITA PALMA SERVICES $ 12.10 MICHELLE ARANA SERVICES $ 79.75 MICHELLE ARANA SERVICES $ 84.15 Monica Casillas SERVICES $ 103.30 MOUNTAIN STATES EMPLOYERS COUNCIL INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 83.25 NICOLE SISNEROS SERVICES $ 100.80 OSM DELIVERY LLC SERVICES $ 210.60 Patricia Dirkson SERVICES $ 2.20 Patricia Dirkson SERVICES $ 51.38 Patricia Dirkson SERVICES $ 145.20 Patricia Dirkson SERVICES $ 169.75 Patricia Dirkson SERVICES $ 226.60 Patricia Dirkson SERVICES $ 261.25 PATRICIA MCCOLLUM SERVICES $ 75.73 PEAK PERFORMANCE COPIER & SUPPLY, INC SERVICES $ 225.00 PEAK PERFORMANCE COPIER & SUPPLY, INC SERVICES $ 11,000.00 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING SERVICES $ 102.00 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING SERVICES $ 800.00 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES $ 23.14 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES $ 29.82 RACHAEL LEABLE SERVICES $ 158.40 RACHAEL LEABLE SERVICES $ 177.1 0 Reyna Becerra SERVICES $ 83.16 Robert B. Cook SERVICES $ 26.64 Robert B. Cook SERVICES $ 45.88 Samantha Gonzalez SERVICES $ 10.39 Samira Tamayo SERVICES $ 84.70 SARAH LEBLANC SERVICES $ 100.00 SARAH LEBLANC SERVICES $ 100.00 SARAH LEBLANC SERVICES $ 112.20 SARAH LEBLANC SERVICES $ 11 3.30 SARAH LEBLANC SERVICES $ 127.60 SARAH LEBLANC SERVICES $ 212.85 SARAH LEBLANC SERVICES $ 277.75 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 8.42 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 10.12 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 12.59 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 17.37 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 27.93 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 33.89 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 36.38 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 37.34 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 70.79 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 110.38 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 180.50 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 236.1 8 STATE FORMS PUBLICATIONS SERVICES $ 28.59 STATE FORMS PUBLICATIONS SERVICES $ 50.00 STATE FORMS PUBLICATIONS SERVICES $ 55.04 24 12/08/09 Susana Diaz SERVICES $ 495.00 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICES $ (3,823.12) - SUSPENSE FUND SERVICES $ (3,700.76) SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 30.00 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 327.36 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 333.83 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 675.22 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 675.22 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 817.00 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 817.00 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ ] ,409.83 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 1,500.17 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 7,401.52 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 7~ SUZANNE VITALE SERVICES $ 82.83 SWEEP STAKES UNLIMITED SERVICES $ 40.00 THE OLD GYPSUM PRINTER, INC SERVICES $ 67.50 THE OLD GYPSUM PRINTER, INC SERVICES $ 87.75 Tracey L. Branch SERVICES $ 39.05 Tracey L. Branch SERVICES $ 172.92 Tracey L. Branch SERVICES $ 274.55 Tracey L. Branch SERVICES $ 507.54 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 40.74 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 52.93 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 122.20 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 471.45 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 5.49 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 6.87 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 7.66 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 8.80 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 20.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 20.61 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 23.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 26.84 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 31.68 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 146.74 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 147.73 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 217.45 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 278.40 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 541.55 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ l,08I6O VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ .2,l8f.97 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 9.72 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 26.69 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SUPPLIES $ 42.93 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 57.87 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SUPPLIES $ 63.99 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 71.58 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 80.59 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 160.95 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 182.91 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 198.53 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 220.58 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 300.86 $ 235,664.34 25 12/08/09 WRAP FUND BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS SERVICES $ 30.00 EAGLE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT SERVICES $ 350.00 Julie A. Martin L.L.C. SERVICES $ 370.00 $ 750.00 OFFSITE ROAD IMPROVEMENTS CDOT SERVICES $ 1,000,000.00 H.C. Peck & Associates, Inc CAPITAL $ 71,663.50 H.C. Peck & Associates, Inc CAPITAL $ 75,880.00 $ 1,147,543.50 SALES TAX E.V. TRANSP ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SERVICES $ 20.65 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY SERVICES $ 67.00 AT&T SERVICES $ 182.43 AT&T SERVICES $ 183.42 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 126,425.72 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 291,702.20 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $ 132.1 8 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $ 180.34 COLLETTS SERVICES $ 598.13 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 1,520.66 COLORADO MOUNTAIN MEDICAL SERVICES $ 117.00 COMPLIANCE ALLIANCE INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 270.00 COPY PLUS SERVICES $ 11.37 COPY PLUS SERVICES $ 95.00 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN SERVICES $ 2,242.37 DANA GAINEY SERVICES $ 240.00 DANA GAINEY SERVICES $ 625.00 DOCTORS ON CALL SERVICES $ 165.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 5,543.56 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 6,282.95 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 80,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 86,000.00 HARRY TAYLOR SERVICES $ 10.00 JANET FIELD SERVICES $ 3.08 JANET FIELD SUPPLIES $ 33.78 JANET FIELD SERVICES $ 160.60 LEADVILLE SANITATION DISTRICT SERVICES $ 34.00 NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL SERVICES $ 340.00 NEW DIMENSION CLEANING SERVICES $ 192.00 NEW DIMENSION CLEANING SERVICES $ 199.20 NEW DIMENSION CLEANING SERVICES $ 199.20 NEW DIMENSION CLEANING SERVICES $ 202.80 P ARKVILLE WATER DISTRICT SERVICES $ 39.50 QUILL CORPORATION SERVICES $ 259.00 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES $ 259.88 QWEST SERVICES $ 73.91 QWEST SERVICES $ 78.74 QWEST SERVICES $ 313.77 26 12/08/09 REGAL PIEDMONT PLASTICS SERVICES $ 2,623.85 STEM CO, LP SERVICES $ 36.00 STEM CO, LP SERVICES $ 36.00 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICES $ ( 5.463.73) SUSPENSE FUND SERVICES $ (5,218.27) SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 245.18 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 245.18 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 1]78.65 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ I~ SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 1,813.86 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 2,115.23 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 10,485.00 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ I~ TOWN OF AVON SERVICES $ 115.50 TOWN OF AVON SERVICES $ 1,200.00 TOWN OF AVON SUPPLIES $ 2,143.28 V ALLEY LUMBER SERVICES $ 5.02 V ALLEY LUMBER SERVICES $ 517.78 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 235.19 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 10.73 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 11.88 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 44.47 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 177.77 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 239.59 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 7.40 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 7.40 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 7.40 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 13.60 WORKFLOWONE SERVICES $ 1,031.72 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 19.49 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 22.56 XCEL ENERGY SERVICES $ 570.93 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 84.71 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 269.93 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 302.70 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES $ 134.61 $ 632,488.15 SALES TAX E.V. TRAILS A SERVICES $ 2,676.00 ALPINE ENGINEERING INCORPORATED COMMUNITY GRANTS $ 1,525.00 ALPINE ENGINEERING INCORPORATED COMMUNITY GRANTS $ 2,064.00 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 219.67 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 219.67 BOUNDLESS NETWORK SERVICES $ 423.76 BRUSH CREEK LANDSCAPING SERVICES $ 1,564.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 637.56 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 637.56 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 1,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 1,000.00 GROUND ENGINEERING CONSULTING INCORPORATED COMMUNITY GRANTS $ 1,762.50 HEPWORTH PAWLAK GEOTECHNI COMMUNITY GRANTS $ 1,055.00 IMP ACT GRAPHICS AND SIGNS SUPPLIES $ 147.00 INTER CAPITAL $ 8,177.25 27 12/08/09 J&K, Inc CAPITAL $ 1,946.50 J&K, Inc CAPITAL $ 7,240.00 MOUNTAIN MAINTENANCE CAPITAL $ 2,076.00 PAINT BUCKET SUPPLIES $ 20.72 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 311.76 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 14.42 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 14.42 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 196.18 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 196.18 TOWN OF AVON SERVICES $ 11,700.00 TOWN OF EAGLE CAPITAL $ 20,000.00 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 29.75 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 543.44 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 22.56 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 84.70 $ 67,505.60 SALES TAX R.F.V. TRANSP ROARING FORK TRANSIT AGENCY SERVICES $ 82,165.47 $ 82,165.47 SALES TAX R.F.V. TRAILS ROARING FORK TRANSIT AGENCY SERVICES $ 9,132.50 $ 9,132.50 TRANSP. VEHICLE REPLACEMENT AITENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 3,780.00 GILLIG LLC CAPITAL $ 363,924.00 GILLIG LLC CAPITAL $ 379,893.00 GILLIG LLC CAPITAL $ 379,893.00 $ 1,127,490.00 AIRPORT FUND AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 9.56 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 66.22 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 173.29 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ (17.54) ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 59.10 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY SERVICES $ 72.80 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 84.04 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 95.30 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 189.60 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION AIRPORT EXECUTIVES SERVICES $ 42.50 AMERICAN LINEN SERVICES $ 85.62 AMERICAN LINEN SERVICES $ 92.84 ASPEN PEAK MAGAZINE LLC SERVICES $ 5,500.00 AITENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 13,873.33 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 60,947.14 BAND B EXCA V A TING SERVICES $ 1,600.00 BALCOMB AND GREEN SERVICES $ 99.50 28 12/08/09 BEST ACCESS SYSTEMS SUPPLIES $ 5.90 BRIAN SCHOFIELD SERVICES $ 176.00 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SERVICES $ 19.77 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SERVICES $ 230.63 CED CONSILODATED ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTORS INCORPORATE SUPPLIES $ 87.32 Charles Harman SERVICES $ 451.61 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 100.00 $ - COLLEITS SUPPLIES 9,705.56 Colorado Mountain News Media SERVICES $ 515.96 COOPER CROUSE HINDS SERVICES $ 124.29 COpy PLUS SERVICES $ 192.00 Digital FX, Inc SERVICES $ 500.00 $ ..- EAGLE AIR ALLIANCE SERVICES 150,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ ()A3f.44 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 9,844.55 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 3ii]jOQ.OO EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 357)00.00 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 2.78 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 264.68 GRAINGER INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 58.52 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SUPPLIES $ 6.04 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SUPPLIES $ 6.04 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SUPPLIES $ 14.23 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SUPPLIES $ 27.64 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE SUPPLIES $ 330.00 Grounded Technologies Inc. SERVICES $ ..J:89f.2S HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 251. 02 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 620.01 HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 866.70 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SUPPLIES $ 933.59 ISC, Inc SUPPLIES $ 602.35 J&K, Inc SERVICES $ 367.50 James Moss SERVICES $ 516.13 JAY MAX SALES SUPPLIES $ 60.00 ..~ JVIATION, INC CAPITAL $ 1 I 5,559.49 KAPLAN KIRSCH & ROCKWELL, LLP SERVICES $ 109.00 KTUN FM RADIO SERVICES $ 487.50 LAF ARGE CORPORATION INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 566.00 LAWSON PRODUCTS SUPPLIES $ 156.51 LAWSON PRODUCTS SUPPLIES $ 198.66 LAWSON PRODUCTS SUPPLIES $ 212.81 Mary L. Hoffmann SERVICES $ .. T;OOO:OO MATRIX SYSTEMS, INC SERVICES $ 470.00 MATRIX SYSTEMS, INC SERVICES $ 2,841.00 MATRIX SYSTEMS, INC SERVICES $ 3,153.20 MATRIX SYSTEMS, INC SERVICES $ 3,555.00 MILTON SOUZA SERVICES $ 1,000.00 MYSLIK INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 1,428.74 MYSLIK INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 1,735.00 MYSLIK INCORPORATED SERVICES $ ]4,628.00 NOBLE WELDING SUPPLIES $ 276.50 OJ WATSON COMPANY INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 1,156.78 O'NEAL STEEL SERVICES $ 28.69 O'NEAL STEEL SERVICES $ 89.88 O'NEAL STEEL SUPPLIES $ 503.32 OROGRAPHIC PUBLISHING, INC SERVICES $ 2,500.00 29 12/08/09 Ovid Seifers PAYROLL $ 100.00 PST ENTERPRISES INC SERVICES $ 4.19 PST ENTERPRISES INC SERVICES $ 5.91 PST ENTERPRISES INC SERVICES $ 6.71 PST ENTERPRISES INC SERVICES $ 9.80 PST ENTERPRISES INC SERVICES $ 13.85 PST ENTERPRISES INC SERVICES $ 16.26 PST ENTERPRISES INC SUPPLIES $ 16.89 PST ENTERPRISES INC SERVICES $ 21.06 PST ENTERPRISES INC SUPPLIES $ 25.33 PST ENTERPRISES INC SUPPLIES $ 37.36 PST ENTERPRISES INC SERVICES $ 40.56 PST ENTERPRISES INC SUPPLIES $ 45.66 PST ENTERPRISES INC SERVICES $ 56.39 PST ENTERPRISES INC SERVICES $ 59.64 PST ENTERPRISES INC SERVICES $ 81.75 PST ENTERPRISES INC SERVICES $ 92.48 PST ENTERPRISES INC SERVICES $ 138.57 PST ENTERPRISES INC SERVICES $ 166.82 PST ENTERPRISES INC SERVICES $ 259.94 QWEST SERVICES $ 4.82 Ralph Glenn Woodward SERVICES $ 1,000.00 SERVICEMASTER CLEAN OF V AIL SERVICES $ 525.00 SERVICEMASTER CLEAN OF V AIL SERVICES $ 1,570.00 SKYLINE MECHANICAL INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 133.50 SKYLINE MECHANICAL INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 1,096.00 SOURCE GAS SERVICES $ 454.68 SOURCE GAS SERVICES $ 593.1 7 SOURCE GAS SERVICES $ 1,034.66 STANDARD SIGNS INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 55.49 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 100.29 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 146.42 Stephen Blair PAYROLL $ 100.00 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 38.46 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 38.46 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 193.63 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 195.79 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 813.70 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 861.01 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 4,537.64 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 4,791.84 The Collection Center PAYROLL $ 345.40 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICES $ 90.80 TOWN OF GYPSUM SERVICES $ 364.25 ULINE SUPPLIES $ 592.68 US CUSTOMS BORDER PROTECTION SERVICES $ 146.87 US CUSTOMS BORDER PROTECTION SERVICES $ 152.92 US CUSTOMS BORDER PROTECTION SERVICES $ 152.92 US CUSTOMS BORDER PROTECTION SERVICES $ 257.02 Utility Locates of Colorado, Inc SERVICES $ 700.00 V AIL V ALLEY JET CENTER SERVICES $ 34.16 V ALLEY ELECTRIC SUPPLY SERVICES $ 11.86 V ALLEY ELECTRIC SUPPLY SUPPLIES $ 14.25 V ALLEY ELECTRIC SUPPLY SUPPLIES $ 17.79 V ALLEY ELECTRIC SUPPLY SERVICES $ 44.94 V ALLEY ELECTRIC SUPPLY SERVICES $ 54.35 30 12/08/09 V ALLEY ELECTRIC SUPPLY SUPPLIES $ 61.80 V ALLEY ELECTRIC SUPPLY SUPPLIES $ . T94.6T VALLEY ELECTRIC SUPPLY SUPPLIES $ 314.68 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 13.29 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 21.82 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 34.72 V ALLEY LUMBER SUPPLIES $ 38.00 V ALLEY LUMBER SERVICES $ 51.73 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 136.29 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 136.47 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 146.81 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 436.25 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 59.81 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 119.11 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 225.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 619.65 VISA CARD SERVICES CASH TRANSFER $ 2,325.96 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 375.33 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 320.65 WESTERN EAGLE COUNTY AMBULANCE DISTRICT SERVICES $ 1,320.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SERVICES $ 68.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SERVICES $ . 68.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SERVICES $ 68.00 $ .- WRIGHT WATER ENGINEERS SERVICES 4,201.42 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 7.70 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 21.85 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 34.20 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 118.22 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 464.46 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SERVICES $ 128.55 ZEP SALES & SERVICE SUPPLIES $ 353.42 $ 519,782.63 800 MHZ FUND ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 995.35 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 1,060.68 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 348.40 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 424.15 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 2,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ '2,000:00 ENTERPRISE LEASING COMPANY OF DENVER SERVICES $ 960.00 ENTERPRISE LEASING COMPANY OF DENVER SERVICES $ 960.00 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 74.29 HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 105.88 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 186.01 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 205.60 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ .5,089:29 LEGACY COMMUNICATIONS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 47.50 LEGACY COMMUN1CA TIONS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 6,445.95 MOTOROLA SUPPLIES $ 130.03 MOTOROLA SERVICES $ 393.00 MOTOROLA SERVICES $ 465.00 MOTOROLA SERVICES $ 786.00 MOTOROLA SERVICES $ 1,262.00 31 12/08/09 MOTOROLA SERVICES $ 10,971.85 Pirod, Inc. Valmont Microflect SUPPLIES $ 1,598.00 QWEST SERVICES $ 245.00 QWEST SERVICES $ 245.01 QWEST SERVICES $ 297.04 QWEST CORPORATION SERVICES $ 1,450.00 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 277.24 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 286.1 8 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 83.34 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 3,264.77 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 6,515.54 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 87.06 $ 49,260.16 PUBLIC HEALTH AHLERS AND ASSOCIATES SUPPLIES $ 1,265.00 ANNE ROBINSON SUPPLIES $ 338.80 ANNE ROBINSON SERVICES $ 377.85 ANNE ROBINSON SERVICES $ 426.25 AITENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 17,101.40 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 17,766.24 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT SERVICES $ 89,575.00 BEA TRIZ CARRANZA SERVICES $ 13.75 BEA TRIZ CARRANZA SERVICES $ 25.30 BETHANY V AN WYK SERVICES $ 19.25 BRIMAR INDUS TRIOS, INC SERVICES $ 180.27 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $ 228.00 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $ 228.00 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $ 262.00 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS SUPPLIES $ 262.00 COLORADO PATHOLOGY CONSULTANTS, P.C. SERVICES $ 55.00 Doubleday Acquisitions LLC DBA AcuTemp SUPPLIES $ 1,884.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 2,321.59 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 2,728.12 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 30,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 30,000.00 EAGLE V ALLEY MEDICAL CENTER SERVICES $ 7,222.50 ENV WATER QUALITY CT COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICES $ 80.00 HEALTH ENV WATER QUALITY CT COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICES $ 180.00 HEALTH ENV WATER QUALITY CT COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SUPPLIES $ 400.00 HEALTH GABRIELA VELASCO SERVICES $ 22.00 HEATHER BURCHALL SERVICES $ 109.23 HEATHER BURCHALL SERVICES $ 158.41 Helmer Inc SUPPLIES $ 4,316.90 HENRY SCHEIN SUPPLIES $ 20.29 HENRY SCHEIN SUPPLIES $ 23.35 HENRY SCHEIN SUPPLIES $ 23.36 HENRY SCHEIN SUPPLIES $ 321.30 HENRY SCHEIN SUPPLIES $ 365.97 HENRY SCHEIN SUPPLIES $ 705.26 HENRY SCHEIN SUPPLIES $ 2,762.43 HOLLY KASPER SUPPLIES $ 25.98 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 38.75 32 12/08/09 METROPOLITAN PATHOLOGIST PC SERVICES $ 170.00 METROPOLITAN PATHOLOGIST PC SERVICES $ 228.00 METROPOLITAN PATHOLOGIST PC SUPPLIES $ 342.00 METROPOLITAN PATHOLOGIST PC SUPPLIES $ 414.00 Panoramic Enterprises, Inc SERVICES $ 148.25 PEAK DENTISTRY SERVICES $ 500.00 PSS INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 742.35 PSS INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ l~ $ :'~ PSS INCORPORATED SUPPLIES 3,961.20 QUEST DIAGNOSTICS SUPPLIES $ .~ QUEST DIAGNOSTICS SUPPLIES $ 24.05 QUEST DIAGNOSTICS SERVICES $ 992.00 QUEST DIAGNOSTICS SERVICES $ 1,780.14 REBECCA LARSON SERVICES $ 72.05 REBECCA LARSON SERVICES $ 252.45 REBECCA LARSON SUPPLIES $ 383.90 Samantha Gonzalez SERVICES $ 27.50 SONDRA MANSKE SUPPLIES $ 48.95 SONDRA MANSKE SERVICES $ 138.60 STACI BRUCE SERVICES $ 17.60 STACIBRUCE SERVICES $ 23.10 STACIBRUCE SUPPLIES $ 23.10 STACIBRUCE SERVICES $ 143.00 STACIBRUCE SERVICES $ 194.15 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 15.12 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 26.84 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 30.76 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 83.14 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 83.93 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 11 1. 96 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 116.24 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 152.92 STERICYCLE INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 1,287.00 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 63.58 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 63.58 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 98.48 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 98.48 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 183.98 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 186.17 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 192.30 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 192.30 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 320.01 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 320.01 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 3,734.72 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 3,780.88 Tammy Brunk SERVICES $ 610.91 Temptime Corporation SUPPLIES $ 163.68 THERESA CAREY SERVICES $ 426.80 V ANESA DOTY SERVICES $ 22.00 V AX SERVE, INC SUPPLIES $ (75.00) V AX SERVE, INC SUPPLIES $ 840.53 V AX SERVE, INC SUPPLIES $ 8,405.29 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 225.05 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 38.84 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 39.16 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 126.98 33 12/08/09 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 143.36 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 158.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 160.88 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 1,284.52 $ 247,194.73 HOUSING LOAN FUND FUNDING PARTNERS FOR HOUSING SOLUTIONS SERVICES $ 20,500.00 $ 20,500.00 HOUSING AUTHORITY AITENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 22,076.93 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 42,796.28 ATTORNEY REGISTRATION SERVICES $ 105.00 Colorado Mountain News Media SUPPLIES $ 1,321.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 2,294.72 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 2,382.30 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 20,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 20,000.00 ECONOMIC COUNCIL OF EAGLE SERVICES $ 8,333.00 Jill Klosterman SERVICES $ 204.60 KIM BELL WILLIAMS SUPPLIES $ 85.20 LEONA PERKINS SERVICES $ 131.04 Neisen Insurance Inc. SERVICES $ 978.50 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 90.45 SUNRIDGE AT AVON 11 CONDO ASSOCIATION CAPITAL $ 207.94 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 63.60 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 234.26 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 374.61 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 374.61 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 384.60 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 384.60 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 592.03 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 2,810.46 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 2,810.46 The Highland Group, Inc SERVICES $ 2,500.00 Tori Franks SERVICES $ 231. 78 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 476.25 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ (368.95) VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 174.20 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 435.00 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 650.70 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 298.45 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 298.45 YURl KOSTICK SERVICES $ 74.25 $ 133,806.32 OPEN SPACE FUND A ITENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 12,190.67 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 12,190.67 WESTERN LAND GROUP INCORPORATED CAPITAL $ 282.28 34 12/08/09 $ 24,663.62 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AMERICAN CIVIL CONSTRUCTORS CAPITAL $ 9,965.25 AITENTlON FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 104]91.92 BEST ACCESS SYSTEMS CAPITAL $ 344.53 BME CONSULTING CAPITAL $ , .448:95 Bolinger & Queen, Inc CAPITAL $ 8,432.20 ELAM CONSTRUCTION INCORPORATED CAPITAL $ 10,991.50 FCI CONSTRUCTION, INC. CAPITAL $ 409,806.63 GROUND ENGINEERING CONSULTING INCORPORATED CAPITAL $ 5,865.00 ISC, Inc CAPITAL $ 7,594.80 J C CONSTRUCTION & EXCA V A TING, INC CAPITAL $ 7,970.00 J C CONSTRUCTION & EXCAVATING, INC CAPITAL $ 10,000.00 LogRhythm Inc CAPITAL $ 22."]50:00 PROSHINE SALES & SERVICE CAPITAL $ 10,000.00 RSC CAPITAL $ 12-;9s0.00 WECMRD CAPITAL $ 250,000.00 $ 871,310.78 JMC-COP DEBT SERVICE US BANK TRUST NA CORPORATION TRUST DEBT MANAGEMENT SERVICES $ 2,500.00 US BANK TRUST NA CORPORATION TRUST DEBT MANAGEMENT COMMUNITY GRANTS $ 18,990.98 US BANK TRUST NA CORPORATION TRUST DEBT MANAGEMENT COMMUNITY GRANTS $ is:ooo.DO US BANK TRUSTNA CORPORATION TRUST DEBT MANAGEMENT COMMUNITY GRANTS $ 189,428.90 US BANK TRUST NA CORPORATION TRUST DEBT MANAGEMENT COMMUNITY GRANTS $ 760,000.00 $ 1,045,919.88 JUSTICE CENTER COP DEBT SERVICE Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. PAYROLL $ (59.53) Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. COMMUNITY GRANTS $ 483,134.37 Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. COMMUNITY GRANTS $ 490:000:0o $ 973,074.84 LANDFILL ACZ LABORATORY INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 541.00 ACZ LABORATORY INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 1,416.80 ACZ LABORATORY INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 2,164.00 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 82,052.42 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ ]()0,792.04 CHARLES D JONES CO, INC. CAPITAL $ 315.57 CLEAN HARBORS ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES SERVICES $ 1I,099.I 1 CUSTOM COAXIAL SERVICES CAPITAL $ 4,481.00 DOWN V ALLEY SEPTIC AND DRAIN SERVICES $ 465.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 2,120.30 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 3,180.86 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 16,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 17,000.00 EAGLE V ALLEY MEDICAL CENTER SERVICES $ 112.00 Ferrell Gas SERVICES $ 232.70 35 12/08/09 Ferren Gas SERVICES $ 1,379.63 GARFIELD COUNTY SERVICES $ 1,312.00 GLEN WOOD SPRINGS SERVICES $ 1,070.37 GRAINGER INCORPORATED CAPITAL $ 900.90 GREAT AMERICA LEASING SERVICES $ 138.00 HAJOCA CORPORATION CAPITAL $ 534.58 HEPWORTH PAWLAK GEOTECHNI CAPITAL $ 313.39 HEPWORTH PAWLAK GEOTECHNI CAPITAL $ 1,221.00 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 18.62 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC CAPITAL $ 25.00 HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 31.69 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 136.93 HOLYCROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 137.93 HOLY CROSS ELECTRIC SERVICES $ 237.35 ISC, Inc CAPITAL $ 3,214.25 KRW CONSULTING SERVICES $ 1,191.30 KRW CONSULTING SERVICES $ 3,457.68 LBA ASSOCIATES SERVICES $ 8,676.49 MATRIX SYSTEMS, INC CAP IT AL $ 5,202.31 NORTHERN SAFETY COMPANY INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 714.14 SHAW CONSTRUCTION LLC CAPITAL $ 287,928.11 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 165.36 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 187.68 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 353.37 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICES $ (1,210.28) SUSPENSE FUND SERVICES $ (1,152.75) SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 130.38 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 130.38 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 341. 73 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 341. 73 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 405.97 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 405.97 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 2,413.40 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 2,420.56 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICES $ 103.04 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICES $ 103.D4 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICES $ 103.04 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICES $ 103.04 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICES $ 421.38 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICES $ 421.38 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICES $ 421.38 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS SERVICES $ 421.38 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 228.54 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ (346.05) WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 306.42 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 1,285.20 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 2,685.3 I WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 15.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 15.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 15.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 15.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 42.95 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 42.95 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 59.65 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $ 109.75 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY CAPITAL $ 1,324.80 36 12/08/09 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES $ 38.92 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES $ 164.89 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES $ 261.87 $ 573,110.85 MOTOR POOL A AND E TIRE INCORPORATED SERVICES $ . .270.86 A AND E TIRE INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 277.40 A AND E TIRE INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 708.96 ..~ A AND E TIRE INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 1,858.40 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 16.30 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 18.15 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 28.34 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 28.34 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 31.77 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 31.78 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 36.84 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 36.84 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 57.99 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 57.99 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 66.70 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 66.71 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 81.61 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 105.13 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 105.14 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 118.95 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ II 8.95 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 533.52 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED SUPPLIES $ 533.52 ARTWORKS THE CAPITAL $ 900.00 ARTWORKS THE CAPITAL $ 900.00 ARTWORKS THE CAPITAL $ 990.00 ARTWORKS THE CAPITAL $ 2JOQ:OO AV CAPITAL $ 224.76 AV CAPITAL $ 224.76 AV CAPITAL $ 1,524.91 AV CAPITAL $ 6,688.37 AV CAPITAL $ 6,813.72 $ ,.-=-=-=-=-=- AV CAPITAL 7,900.82 AV CAPITAL $ 9,658.37 BERTHOD MOTORS SERVICES $ 3.08 BURT CHEVROLET SERVICES $ ( .i65.Oi) BURT CHEVROLET SERVICES $ (106.22) BURT CHEVROLET SERVICES $ 89.02 BURT CHEVROLET SERVICES $ II 5.08 BURT CHEVROLET SERVICES $ 135.30 BURT CHEVROLET SERVICES $ 176.90 BURT CHEVROLET SERVICES $ 320.92 BURT FORD ON ARAPAHOE INC SERVICES $ (1.443.55) BURT FORD ON ARAPAHOE INC SERVICES $ (50.66) BURT FORD ON ARAPAHOE INC SERVICES $ 19.14 BURT FORD ON ARAPAHOE INC SERVICES $ 50.66 BURT FORD ON ARAPAHOE INC SERVICES $ 63.41 BURT FORD ON ARAPAHOE INC SERVICES $ 79.96 .- 37 12/08/09 BURT FORD ON ARAPAHOE INC SERVICES $ 106.20 BURT FORD ON ARAPAHOE INC SERVICES $ 126.72 BURT FORD ON ARAPAHOE INC SERVICES $ 152.00 BURT FORD ON ARAPAHOE INC SERVICES $ 152.51 BURT FORD ON ARAPAHOE INC SERVICES $ 249.92 BURT FORD ON ARAPAHOE INC SERVICES $ 550.90 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $ 34.58 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $ 63.54 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $ 69.18 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $ 127.09 Century Link SERVICES $ 38.03 Century Link SERVICES $ 38.03 CENTURYTEL SERVICES $ 38.03 CENTURYTEL SERVICES $ 38.03 Claims Services Group, Inc SERVICES $ 135.00 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ (40.00) COLLETTS SERVICES $ 150.00 COLLEITS SUPPLIES $ 185.63 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 272.30 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 276.79 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 277.59 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 450.15 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 477.12 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 677.21 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 752.10 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 1,043.90 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 1,128.03 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 1,565.94 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 1,691.25 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 1,691.25 COLLEITS SUPPLIES $ 1,718.12 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 1,802.90 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 1,802.90 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 1,820.28 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 3,365.55 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 3,649.85 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 3,844.13 COLLEITS SUPPLIES $ 4,741.46 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 5,284.40 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 10,393.01 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 10,441.58 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 10,926.61 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 15,329.51 COLLEITS SUPPLIES $ 16,820.86 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 17,643.39 COLLETTS SUPPLIES $ 18,631.33 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT SUPPLIES $ 105.00 COLORADO DEP ARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT SUPPLIES $ 105.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN MEDICAL SERVICES $ 11 7.00 COMPLIANCE ALLIANCE INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 80.00 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN SERVICES $ 1,388.96 DECATUR ELECTRONICS CAPITAL $ 115.00 DOCTORS ON CALL SERVICES $ 66.00 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES SERVICES $ (186.34) DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES SERVICES $ (73.86) DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES SERVICES $ 22.85 38 12/08/09 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES SERVICES $ 166.98 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES SERVICES $ 456.54 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES SERVICES $ 731.75 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 2,263.03 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 7A3097 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 25,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 30,000.00 $ .- FARIS MACHINERY COMPANY SERVICES ( 420.18) FARIS MACHINERY COMPANY SERVICES $ 29.86 FARIS MACHINERY COMPANY SERVICES $ 73.09 FARIS MACHINERY COMPANY SERVICES $ 80.24 FARIS MACHINERY COMPANY SERVICES $ 146.94 FARIS MACHINERY COMPANY SERVICES $ 378.30 FARIS MACHINERY COMPANY SERVICES $ 1]l86.34 FORCE AMERICA SERVICES $ , 38.60 GILLIG LLC SERVICES $ IJ,38.20 GO AUTONA nON SSC SERVICES $ 21.88 GO AUTONATION SSC SERVICES $ 43.12 GO AUTONATION SSC SERVICES $ 82.82 GO AUTONA TION SSC SERVICES $ 116.48 GO AUTONATION SSC SERVICES $ 172.80 GO AUTONATION SSC SERVICES $ 184.72 GO AUTONATION SSC SERVICES $ 239.20 GO AUTONA TION SSC SERVICES $ 383.76 GO AUTONATION SSC SERVICES $ 512.00 H,H & H AUTOMOTIVE PAINT INC SERVICES $ 61.90 H,H & H AUTOMOTIVE PAINT INC SERVICES $ 61.90 H,H & H AUTOMOTIVE PAINT INC SERVICES $ 95.84 H,H & H AUTOMOTIVE PAINT INC SERVICES $ 223.15 H,H & H AUTOMOTIVE PAINT INC SERVICES $ 223.15 HENSLEY BATTERY AND ELECTRONICS SERVICES $ 40.65 HENSLEY BATTERY AND ELECTRONICS SERVICES $ 79.90 HENSLEY BATTERY AND ELECTRONICS SERVICES $ 517.70 HENSLEY BATTERY AND ELECTRONICS SERVICES $ 567.40 HENSLEY BATTERY AND ELECTRONICS SERVICES $ 980.70 HONNEN EQUIPMENT SERVICES $ 72.02 HONNEN EQUIPMENT SERVICES $ . .400:64 INTERMOUNTAIN COACH SERVICES $ 180.16 Korf Continental CAPITAL $ 28,063.00 Korf Continental CAPITAL $ 192,31T.OO LAWSON PRODUCTS SUPPLIES $ 70.55 LAWSON PRODUCTS SUPPLIES $ 94.58 LAWSON PRODUCTS SUPPLIES $ 141.13 LAWSON PRODUCTS SUPPLIES $ 189.18 LIGHTHOUSE INCORPORATED THE SERVICES $ 180.20 LIGHTHOUSE INCORPORATED THE SERVICES $ 238.75 M &M AUTO PARTS SERVICES $ 14.66 MACDONALD EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 67.07 MACDONALD EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 132.42 MACDONALD EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 1,458.29 McCandless Truck Center, LLC SERVICES $ (729.01) McCandless Truck Center, LLC SERVICES $ 197.08 McCandless Truck Center, LLC SERVICES $ 296.59 McCandless Truck Center, LLC SERVICES $ 804.01 McCandless Truck Center, LLC SERVICES $ 1,013.07 MESAMACK SALES & SERVICE INC, DBA SERVICES $ 27.91 39 12/08/09 MESAMACK SALES & SERVICE INC, DBA SERVICES $ 52.16 MESAMACK SALES & SERVICE INC, DBA SERVICES $ 87.79 MESAMACK SALES & SERVICE INC, DBA SERVICES $ 107.14 MESAMACK SALES & SERVICE INC, DBA SERVICES $ 117.94 MESAMACK SALES & SERVICE INC, DBA SERVICES $ 167.68 MID WEST TRUCK PARTS & SERVICE SERVICES $ 94.83 NOVUS AUTOGLASS SERVICES $ 85.50 NOVUS AUTOGLASS SERVICES $ 85.50 NOVUS AUTOGLASS SERVICES $ 88.50 NOVUS AUTOGLASS SERVICES $ 108.00 NOVUS AUTOGLASS SERVICES $ 133.50 NOVUS AUTOGLASS SERVICES $ 199.50 NOVUS AUTOGLASS SERVICES $ 199.50 NOVUS AUTOGLASS SERVICES $ 206.50 NOVUS AUTOGLASS SERVICES $ 252.00 NOVUS AUTOGLASS SERVICES $ 311.50 OJ WATSON COMPANY INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 190.36 O'NEAL STEEL SUPPLIES $ II9.61 PETTY CASH MOTOR POOL SUPPLIES $ 10.37 PETTY CASH MOTOR POOL SUPPLIES $ 10.37 PETTY CASH MOTOR POOL SUPPLIES $ 10.43 PETTY CASH MOTOR POOL SUPPLIES $ 11.73 PETTY CASH MOTOR POOL SUPPLIES $ 11.73 PETTY CASH MOTOR POOL SUPPLIES $ 15.17 PETTY CASH MOTOR POOL SERVICES $ 25.00 PETTY CASH MOTOR POOL SERVICES $ 39.52 POWER MOTIVE SERVICES $ 562.15 PREMIER TIRE TERMINAL SERVICES $ (296.80) PREMIER TIRE TERMINAL SERVICES $ 320.28 PREMIER TIRE TERMINAL SERVICES $ 597.12 PREMIER TIRE TERMINAL SERVICES $ 851.60 PREMIER TIRE TERMINAL SERVICES $ 1,482.84 PREMIER TIRE TERMINAL SERVICES $ 1,668.62 PST ENTERPRISES INC SUPPLIES $ 210.94 PST ENTERPRISES INC SUPPLIES $ 294.18 PST ENTERPRISES INC SERVICES $ 556.80 PST ENTERPRISES INC SERVICES $ 3,061.55 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 28.77 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 28.78 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 31.64 Staples Advantage SUPPLIES $ 31.65 SUSPENSE FUND SERVICES $ (1,940.40) SUSPENSE FUND SERVICES $ ( 521.26) SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 69.23 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 69.23 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 163.27 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 163.27 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 3,880.80 SUSPENSE FUND PAYROLL $ 3,939.86 THERESA RENO SUPPLIES $ 12.06 THERESA RENO SUPPLIES $ 12.07 THERESA RENO SUPPLIES $ 31.00 THERESA RENO SERVICES $ 148.99 THERESA RENO SERVICES $ 149.00 TIRE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS SERVICES $ 155.23 TIRE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS SERVICES $ 283.00 40 12/08/09 TIRE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS SERVICES $ 283.00 TIRE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS SERVICES $ 486.00 TIRE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS SERVICES $ 830.56 Two Valley Tire, LLC $ ----,. SERVICES (440.00) Two Valley Tire, LLC SERVICES $ 443.88 Two Valley Tire, LLC SERVICES $ 652.00 Two Valley Tire, LLC SERVICES $ 780.00 Two Valley Tire, LLC SERVICES $ j }6T.49 Two Valley Tire, LLC SERVICES $ 3)39.68 UNITED STATES WELDING SUPPLIES $ 30.01 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 84.86 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 84.86 VISA CARD SERVICES SUPPLIES $ 45.25 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 129.74 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 220.15 VISA CARD SERVICES SERVICES $ 220.16 Vista TD, LLC dba Groove Toyota SERVICES $ 185.08 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ (81.00) WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 4.16 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY $ -- SERVICES 4.64 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 5.01 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 24.06 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 44.30 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 44.34 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 56.94 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ , 65.87 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 117.27 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 177.01 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 209.49 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 236.22 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 248.35 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 586.99 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 639.33 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVICES $ 4)02.28 WEAR PARTS EQUIPMENT SERVICES $ 498.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SERVICES $ 44.72 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SERVICES $ 44.73 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SERVICES $ 71.68 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES SERVICES $ 143.37 WHITEHALLS ALPINE DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $ 34.60 WHITEHALLS ALPINE DISTRIBUTING SUPPLIES $ 69.20 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SUPPLIES $ 2.48 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY SERVICES $ -2I69 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 50.34 XEROX CORPORATION, INC SERVICES $ 50.34 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES $ 18.54 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES $ 37.10 $ 519,507.54 INSURANCE RESERVE FUND ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 29,23836 $ 29,238.36 41 12/08/09 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER PAYROLL $ 62,092.47 $ 62,092.47 911 FUND AITENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 4,225.92 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CASH TRANSFER $ 4,225.92 INTRADO INCORPORATED SERVICES $ 2,540.57 QWEST SERVICES $ 13.16 QWEST SERVICES $ 33.06 QWEST SERVICES $ 33.06 QWEST SERVICES $ 33.07 QWEST SERVICES $ 33.07 QWEST SERVICES $ 117.84 QWEST SERVICES $ 118.97 QWEST SERVICES $ 4,129.50 QWEST SERVICES $ 4,174.86 $ 19,679.00 GRAND TOTAL $ 13,338,989.77 Executive Session There was none. Consent Agenda Chairman Fisher stated the first item before the Board was the Consent Agenda as follows: A. Approval of bill paying for the week of December 7,2009 (subject to review by the Finance Director) Finance Department Representative B. Approval of payroll for December 17, 2009 (subject to review by the Finance Director) Finance Department Representative C. Approval of the minutes of the Eagle County Board of Commissioners Meeting for October 20,2009 Teak Simonton, Clerk & Recorder D. Maintenance Service Agreement between Eagle County and V AISALA, Inc. for maintenance of equipment at the Eagle County Regional Airport Airport Representative E. Resolution 2009-117 Concerning Appointments to the Eagle County Regional Transportation Authority Board ECO Transit Representative F. Intergovernmental Agreement for Additional Distribution of2009 US Forest Service Payments: School District RE50J County Attorney's Office Representative 42 12/08/09 G. Intergovernmental Agreement for Additional Distribution of2009 US Forest Service Payments: Roaring Fork School District REI County Attorney's Office Representative H. Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Contact Amendment #1 of Master Contract for Emergency Preparedness and Response Program Becky Larson, Public Health I. Ratification of Letter of Intent to work with InPower Systems, LLC to Coordinate Construction of the Eagle County Regional Airport Solar Covered Parking Project Adam Palmer, Community Development J. Resolution 2009-118 Appointing Donna Blackmer to the Eagle Valley Library District Board of Trustees Attorney's Office Representative K. Resolution 2009-119 Supporting the Agreement between Eagle County and the Colorado Department of Transportation for Highway Maintenance Associated with the I-70G Edwards Interchange Upgrade Project Ben Gerdes, Engineering L. Intergovernmental Agreement between Eagle County and the Colorado Department of Transportation for the Edwards Interchange Upgrade Highway Maintenance Ben Gerdes, Engineering M. Intergovernmental Agreement between Eagle County and the Edwards Community Authority for the Edwards Interchange Upgrade Highway Maintenance Ben Gerdes, Engineering N. Resolution for Approval of the Planned Unit Development Sketch Plan for the Tree Farm Planned Unit Development, (Eagle County File No. PDS-1567) Scot Hunn, Planning o. Resolution 2009-120 for Approval of the Modification for the Eagle County Building Resolution, (Eagle County File No. LUR-2500) Dan Stanek, Building P. Resolution 2009-121 Supporting the Grant Application for a Local Parks and Outdoor Recreation Special Opportunity Grant from the State Board of Great Outdoors Colorado Tom Johnson, Public Works Chairman Fisher asked the Attorney's Office ifthere were any changes to the Consent Agenda. Bob Morris, County Attorney stated that item G had a pending question from the district about the precise meaning of part of the agreement. He recommended the board sign the item expecting that the issue could easily be resolved afterwards. Chairman Fisher pulled item M for separate consideration. Commissioner Stavney moved to approve the Consent Agenda, Items A-P without Item M. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Stavney moved to approve Resolution -122 for Approval of the Planned Unit Development Sketch Plan for the Tree Farm Planned Unit Development, (Eagle County File No. PDS-1567) Chairman Fisher thanked the applicant for working with the board. Chairman Fisher seconded the motion. The motion passed by a vote of two to one with Commissioner Runyon voting against 43 12/08/09 Commissioner Stavney moved to adjourn as the Board of County Commissioners and re-convene as the Eagle County Liquor Licensing Authority. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Eagle County Liquor License Authority Kathy Scriver, Clerk and Recorder's Office APPLICANT: DBA: REPRESENTATIVE: LOCATION: Beaver Creek Food Services, Inc. Zach's Cabin Eric Pottorff, Dir. of Food and Beverage BC Mountain Dining NW ~ of the SE ~ of the NW ~ ofS23, T7S, R82 West- Beaver Creek Mountain Addition of Optional Premises Kathy Scriver None REQUEST: STAFF REPRESENTATIVE: CONCERNS / ISSUES: DESCRIPTION: The applicant wishes to add an additional Optional Premises (Mamie's Deck) to the Zach's Cabin Hotel and Restaurant Liquor License. Mamie's Deck is a small restaurant building with outdoor grills and will be used as a lunch restaurant. It will be open during the winter ski season from early December to Aprill st, 7 days a week, 9 am - 4 pm. The distance between Zach's Cabin and Mamie's Deck is approximately 2,850 feet. Zach's Cabin currently has one optional premise (Arrowhead Alpine Club Yurt). This addition will change the current existing liquor boundary and is permitted by both the State and Local Liquor Code. 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 25,2009, and publication was made in the Eagle Valley Enterprise on November 26 and December 3,2009. 4. There have been no protests to this application filed in the County Clerk and Recorder's Office. 5. All fees have been paid. DISCUSSION: Ms. Scriver described the request. Tom Dunn and Eric Potorff and Bernie McManus were present for the applicants. Mr. Dunn, attorney for Beaver Creek Food services Inc. was also present on behalf of the applicant. Chairman Fisher stated that historically the establishment did a nice job managing their premises' and she was supportive of more optional premises on the mountain. Chairman Fisher opened and closed public comment, as there was none. Mr. Dunn indicated that the applicant felt there was a need for walk in, walk up place to get something to eat. He added that there was the possibility it would be used in the summer, as was the case with the other optional premIses. Commissioner Stavney moved that the Local Liquor Licensing Authority approve the addition of a second optional premise (Mamie's Deck) to the existing hotel and restaurant liquor license for Beaver Creek Food Services, Inc d/b/a Zach's Cabin. 44 12/08/09 Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. APPLICANT: DBA: REPRESENTATIVE: LOCATION: REQUEST: STAFF REPRESENTATIVE: CONCERNS / ISSUES: Cordillera Golf Club, LLC The Mountain Golf Club Patrick Wilhelm - Owner 655 Clubhouse Drive - Edwards (Cordillera) Temporary Permit Kathy Scriver None DESCRIPTION: Cordillera Golf Club, LLC has applied for a Transfer of Ownership from Mountain F&B, LLC d/b/a Cordillera Golf Club and has requested a Temporary permit to allow them to operate during the period in which the application to transfer ownership of the license is pending. The applicant has submitted all of the required documents and associated fees for the transfer. STAFF FINDINGS: 1. The premises where the alcoholic beverages will be sold have been previously licensed by the state and Local Licensing Authorities, and were valid as of the date of receiving the application. 2. The applicant has applied on forms provided by the Department of Revenue and includes the name and address of the applicant, the names and addresses of the president, vice-president, secretary and managing officer, the applicant's financial interest in the proposed transfer, and the premises for which the Temporary Permit is sought. 3. A statement that all accounts for alcohol beverages sold to the applicant are paid has been filed. 4. The application for the Temporary Permit has been filed no later than thirty (30) days after the filing of the application for the transfer of ownership and the appropriate fees have been paid. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: All findings are positive and staff recommends approval. DISCUSSION: Ms. Scriver described the requests. She spoke about the corporate change that occurred recently. This file represented a formal transfer, but it was business as usual. She introduced Rudy Anderson, Patrick Tomberlaine, and Patrick Wilhelm. The alcohol management plan was the same as what was currently on file. Chairman Fisher asked if there was anything the applicants wanted to add. Mr. Anderson spoke about the different restaurants and their times of operation. He added there were many new activities going on as they were trying to make the operation viable year round. Commissioner Runyon moved that the Local Liquor Licensing Authority approve the issuance of a Temporary Permit to Cordillera Golf Club, LLC d/b/a The Mountain Golf Club, Cordillera Golf Club, LLC d/b/a The Chaparral, and Cordillera Golf Club, LLC d/b/a The Summit which will be valid until such time as the application to transfer ownership ofthe license is granted or denied or for one hundred twenty (120) days, whichever occurs first; except that, if the application to transfer the license has not been granted or denied within the one-hundred-twenty day period and the transferee demonstrates good cause, the locallicensing authority may extend the validity of said permit for an additional period not to exceed sixty (60) days. 45 12/08/09 Commissioner Stavney seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. APPLICANT: DBA: REPRESENTATIVE: LOCATION: REQUEST: STAFF REPRESENTATIVE: CONCERNS / ISSUES: DESCRIPTION: Cordillera Golf Club, LLC The Chaparral Patrick Wilhelm - Owner 0101 Legends Drive - Edwards (Cordillera) Temporary Permit Kathy Scriver None Cordillera Golf Club, LLC has applied for a Transfer of Ownership from CVC Management, LLC d/b/a The Chaparral and has requested a Temporary permit to allow them to operate during the period in which the application to transfer ownership of the license is pending. The applicant has submitted all of the required documents and associated fees for the transfer. STAFF FINDINGS: 5. The premises where the alcoholic beverages will be sold have been previously licensed by the state and Local Licensing Authorities, and were valid as of the date of receiving the application. 6. The applicant has applied on forms provided by the Department of Revenue and includes the name and address of the applicant, the names and addresses of the president, vice-president, secretary and managing officer, the applicant's financial interest in the proposed transfer, and the premises for which the Temporary Permit is sought. 7. A statement that all accounts for alcohol beverages sold to the applicant are paid has been filed. 8. The application for the Temporary Permit has been filed no later than thirty (30) days after the filing of the application for the transfer of ownership and the appropriate fees have been paid. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: All findings are positive and staff recommends approval. APPLICANT: DBA: REPRESENTATIVE: LOCATION: REQUEST: STAFF REPRESENTATIVE: CONCERNS / ISSUES: DESCRIPTION: Cordillera Golf Club, LLC The Summit Patrick Wilhelm - Owner 190 Gore Trail- Edwards (Cordillera) Temporary Permit Kathy Scriver None Cordillera Golf Club, LLC has applied for a Transfer of Ownership from Summit Food & Beverage, LLC d/b/a The Summit and has requested a Temporary permit to allow them to operate during the period in which the application to transfer ownership of the license is pending. The applicant has submitted all of the required documents and associated fees for the transfer. 46 12/08/09 STAFF FINDINGS: 1. The premises where the alcoholic beverages will be sold have been previously licensed by the state and Local Licensing Authorities, and were valid as of the date of receiving the application. 2. The applicant has applied on forms provided by the Department of Revenue and includes the name and address of the applicant, the names and addresses of the president, vice-president, secretary and managing officer, the applicant's financial interest in the proposed transfer, and the premises for which the Temporary Permit is sought. 3. A statement that all accounts for alcohol beverages sold to the applicant are paid has been filed. 4. The application for the Temporary Permit has been filed no later than thirty (30) days after the filing of the application for the transfer of ownership and the appropriate fees have been paid. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: All findings are positive and staff recommends approval. APPLICANT: DBA: REPRESENTATIVE: LOCATION: REQUEST: STAFF REPRESENTATIVE: Downtown Brown, LLC Cafe 163 Owners, Peter Mueller, Jeff Sandoval, and Kim Risi 0105 Edwards Village Blvd. D-101- Edwards, CO Hotel and Restaurant License Kathy Scriver DESCRIPTION: Downtown Brown, LLC submitted an application for a new Hotel and Restaurant Liquor License on October 28,2009. The proposed location is located in the Edwards Village Center, the location formally known as Sato Sushi. Cafe 163 will be open for breakfast and lunch, 7 days a week from 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Alcoholic beverages will be primarily Bloody Marys, Mimosas, Beer, and assorted wines. Mr. Mueller is the owner of Sato Sushi in Edwards and has many years of experience in restaurant management. ESTABLISH NEIGHBORHOOD: The first order of business is to establish the neighborhood. Staff recommends that the definition ofthe "neighborhood" include the area within a two-mile radius from the proposed location (0105 Edwards Village Blvd.) including but not limited to Arrowhead, Homestead Subdivision, Singletree, Old Edwards Subdivision, and Riverwalk. MOTION: Stavney, Runyon, unanimous. I move that the Local Liquor Licensing Authority establish the neighborhood to include the area within a two-mile radius from the proposed location. LIQUOR AUTHORITY CONSIDERATIONS: 47 12/08/09 1. The board will consider the reasonable requirements of the neighborhood, the desires of the adult inhabitants of the neighborhood and whether the existing licenses are adequate to meet these needs and desires, per the Colorado Liquor Code, Section 12-347-301 (2) (a). 2. Whether the licensee shall possess and maintain possession of the premises for which the license is issued by ownership, lease, rental, or other arrangement for possession of such premises. 3. Whether the premises are within 500 feet of any public or parochial school or the campus of any college, university, or seminary. 4. Whether the fees have been paid. 5. Whether the applicants are of good moral character. STAFF FINDINGS: 1. The applicants have filed an application on forms provided by the state licensing authority and provided information as required by the state licensing authority. All applicable requirements have been met, all the proper forms have been provided, and all fees paid. 2. The applicants are 21 years of age and reported to be of good moral character. 3. Public notice has been given by the posting of a sign in a conspicuous place on the premises November 24, 2009 and publication in the Eagle Valley Enterprise on November 26 and December 3,2009. 4. The premises are not within 500 feet of a location for which, within 2 years preceding the application, a license of the same class was denied for the reason that the reasonable requirements of the neighborhood and the desires of the adult inhabitants were satisfied by existing outlets. 5. The premises are not within 500 feet of any public or parochial school or the campus of any college, university, or seminary. 6. The applicant has submitted proof of possession of premises. 7. Staffhas received no responses from the Eagle County Sheriffs Office, Community Development, Environmental Health Department, Building Official, Eagle County Treasurer, or Director of Road & Bridge. 8. The applicants have provided an alcohol management pIan. STAFF CONCLUSION: The applicant has met all the necessary requirements for a Hotel and Restaurant Liquor License and staff findings are positive. DISCUSSION: Ms. Scriver explained how the petition signatures were collected. Commissioner Stavney asked a few questions about number of signatures required. Chairman Fisher asked the applicants to share the plan for the restaurant. Eric Sandoval explained that they were serving breakfast and lunch along with cocktails, wine, and beer. They intended to serve lunch until 4:30 p.m. 48 12/08/09 Peter Mueller stated that they would eventually stay open for dinner they'd like the opportunity to serve during any hours they desire. Ms. Scriver stated that with a hotel and restaurant license they could serve liquor during the hours they chose. Mr. Sandoval stated that the breakfast menu would be available all day as well as offering things to go. They would try to encourage foot traffic. For lunch, they want to offer kabobs, falafel, salads, and different items. Chairman Fisher stated that both had been involved in various establishments and wondered if they were still working with X-Bar Fly. The applicants indicated that they would continue to be involved with X-Bar Fly Inc. Chairman Fisher opened and closed public comment, as there was none. Commissioner Stavney moved the Board find that there is a reasonable requirement and desire for the issuance of this license, therefore approve a Hotel and Restaurant Liquor License for Downtown Brown, LLC d/b/a Cafe 163 based on the testimony, petitions, and evidence submitted today and incorporating the stat! findings. Such license is to be issued upon the written findings and decision of this Board and upon a final inspection of the premises by the Clerk and Recorder's Office to determine that the applicant has complied with the site information provided today and as may be required by the Colorado Liquor Code. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. Chairman Fisher asked for the alcohol management plan. Ms. Scriver stated that she believed that the applicant had provided an alcohol management plan but it may not have been submitted as backup. Chairman Fisher asked for the motion to be modified pending review of the alcohol management pIan. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Runyon moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Liquor Licensing Authority and re-convene as the Board of County Commissioners. Commissioner Stavney seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Citizen Input Chairman Fisher opened public input. John Bade spoke on behalf of the Golden Eagle and Minturn senior citizens. They were shocked that the chef was terminated. They have tried to find the reason for his termination, but were only told that the effort was to streamline programs. They suspected a personal issue. There had been a continuing problem in communication between Health and Human Services and the seniors. They liked Cheryl Thomas and would help when they could. They didn't feel that the personnel changes being made indicated a solid commitment. They asked that Rick Kangas be rehired. Chairman Fisher stated that the decision made about the cook at the senior center was a personnel discussion and should not be played out in a public venue, as that approach was inappropriate. The decision had been made and would not be changed. Suzanne Vitale was challenged with significant reorganization direction. All programs must be sustainable in the future. All departments had been asked to cut back to the basics. The senior programs were seeing a lesser impact than many other programs. The Golden Eagle Center was a wonderful meeting place, but the difference was that the facility was in Eagle in the middle of the assisted living facility and was owned by the apartments. On the other side from the county perspective was the issue of involvement in programs outside of county responsibility. None of the board was trying to mistreat the seniors. Reorganization was never easy or simple. She appreciated the letter but wished a phone call had preceded the presentation of the information in the letter. Commissioner Stavney stated that personnel streamlining had happened, but the decision to terminate the cook was a personnel decision that would have been made in any year. John Bade indicated that the senior's experience had been outstanding. They see no obvious reason for replacing him. 49 12/08/09 Chairman Fisher stated that she also was not aware of the details of the situation. The department director and the county manager made the decision based on the performance of the individual. This decision was between other players and was final. Commissioner Stavney stated that the seniors needed to know what was going on, staff at the senior center wasn't communicating effectively. He hoped that the seniors would gain trust with the county. Cuts to the senior programs were primarily efficiency cuts. He believed the board had been very careful not to cut the taxpayer supported senior programs. Mr. Bade spoke about the resolution of the use of the building. Their issue was with the chef and his replacement. Commissioner Runyon stated that the seniors were asking the board to change a basic policy of allowing directors and the county manager to make reasonable personnel decisions. The board did not believe they should be involved other than setting policy. He asked them to understand what they were asking the board to do. He also had faith in the staff to make these types of decisions. Mr. Bade agreed with the board's position on the issue and thanked the board for listening to their feedback. Chairman Fisher spoke about the newsletter and assured the seniors that it would not be eliminated. Madeleine Moos spoke about the Eagle River Station and the upcoming vote in January. She was concerned about the county services. Commissioner Stavney spoke about sales tax versus property tax and clarified that the county would get the sale tax revenues. Ms. Moos stated that she was concerned that it wouldn't cover the services that would be needed in the future. She foresaw closures and thought that the county would have supported existing businesses. Commissioner Runyon stated that there was a constant fight going on about this issue, but the board's hands were tied. He spoke about the Town of Avon and the declaration of blighted areas. The original legislation passed to address rundown parts of the cities, but the courts had taken the legislation and included other areas. Most of the districts bent over backwards to try to identify real future expenses that would be shared, but the reality was that there were many other expenses over these amounts. Town governments fought legislative change. Commissioner Stavney stated that the Eagle River Station was one of 80 special districts over which the board had no authority. Chairman Fisher clarified the voting rights for municipalities vs. county residents. The board was asked for their opinion on the issue. The two county employees who were also Town of Eagle trustees voted against sending the question to the voters. Chairman Fisher closed citizen input. Public Hearing - 2009 Budget John Lewis, Finance, and Various Department Directors Mr. Lewis gave a PowerPoint presentation of the budget draft. He stated it had been a long and arduous process. He thanked his staff for their hard work and thanked the departments for their efforts. He spoke about the process, goals, objectives, and results. Chairman Fisher clarified that this was a presentation. Mr. Lewis stated that the presentation would be on the county website for public review. After the initial direction was given for reasonable cuts, it was realized that these cuts were not sufficient to cover future reductions in revenues. He spoke about government expenditures and the fact that they included the purchase of assets. The debt on the justice center was revenue in 2008, but the expenditure occurred in 2009. He showed revenue vs. expenditure history back to 2005. During all of those years before 2009 revenues exceeded expenses, but in 2009 the situation was reversed. This had influenced the reserve fund. He spoke about the forecast assumptions for revenue. Commissioner Runyon asked for clarification about the assumptions. The reductions were based on the 2009 actual revenues in each category. Chairman Fisher asked about the property tax increase for 2010 and wondered if it would be based on the 2008 assessment. Mr. Lewis stated that the new valuation would not be completed until June of2010. The new valuations would take effect for 2010. It was anticipated that the future reduction in values would hit the budget in 2012. 50 12/08/09 Commissioner Runyon asked about the 11 % increase in property taxes and how much would be due to new construction. Mr. Lewis stated a very small amount. In the future new construction would be likely less than 1 %. He added his assumptions about expenditures for the years 2011 through 2013. He showed a chart with revenues vs. expenditures for 2009 through 2013. By 2013, there would be a 10 million dollar difference to the negative if expenses were not cut further. He showed the result on the fund balance if no further cuts were made. It was below the minimum compliance level of the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights. Overall, the fund balance was fairly stable since 2005. After the first round of budget creation, the situation would not have improved but would have deteriorated. He acknowledged the controversy about additional property tax collections. At the start of the year, there were 18 million dollars in reserve and during the year some assets were purchased, ECO was supported financially, general fund revenues decreased by several million, motor pool replacement funds and the cost of early retirement options decreased this reserve by around 7 million. He spoke about the steps taken to improve the five-year situation. More departmental cooperation, reorganization of departments, line item review, and early retirement were implemented. Due to the early retirement option, some strong long-term employees left the county. The reason these cuts weren't made earlier was that there would be some impact on services. He added detail about specific programs that were cut. Commissioner Stavney clarified that Road and Bridge cutbacks would not affect levels of service for road maintenance. What would be cut were some overlays, pavement, and new gravel on some roads for which the county had been ahead ofthe curve. Mr. Lewis continued highlighting additional solutions. The result of these changes had improved the situation, but there was still a problem in 2012 and 2013. Commissioner Stavney asked Mr. Lewis to speak about the reserve fund. Mr. Lewis stated that there were some important expenditures in 2009 that impacted the reserve. He wasn't sure if the reserve was high enough. Commissioner Runyon asked Mr. Lewis to clarify the difference between 2009 revenues vs. expenditures and the fact that much of this gap was due to asset purchases. Mr. Lewis stated again that there was a difference between government and private accounting in terms of the way assets were accounted. Commissioner Stavney indicated that keeping property tax mill levy rates stable would allow the minimum impact on county services in future years when property values decline. County departments were trying to provide reasonable services for a rapidly growing county. Chairman Fisher stated that at some point during the budget process the board did consider returning some of the excess property tax in 2011 and 2012, but after realizing that 70% of the refunds would go out of the county this approach was difficult to justify. Doing so would have jeopardized county revenues and services in the future. She believed the board's job was to be good stewards of the money they've been entrusted to spend. Mr. Lewis stated that with rebates, the average would be $39.00 per taxpayer and the administration ofthis refund would be quite complicated. Commissioner Stavney stated that many ideas were considered, but at the end of the day, many of the ideas were not legal. There were only two things that can be done; refunds or mill levy reductions. Commissioner Runyon stated that the board tried to get other taxing entities involved. Currently, taxpayers could put their homes in a deed restricted program and that was the level at which taxes would be assessed. However, this impacts potential future sales prices. The other program was a lien against property to pay for property taxes and this program was provided by the state through the treasurer's office. Mr. Lewis spoke about the current situation with the general fund. He spoke about mill levy concerns. He shared that the mill levy the county collected was the same as the mill levy for the Colorado Mountain College. He shared adjacent county comparisons. Without second homeowners, the amount per resident would be less. Eagle County residents were getting a great value. He spoke about all funds, which included the general fund, AiIport fund, Road and Bridge, ECO bus, Open Space, Landfill etc. Commissioner Stavney stated that close to 90% ofHHS funding was linked to grants. He showed graphs for the next five years. He shared aspects of each fund's performance. Chairman Fisher stated that motor pool was not just fleet vehicles, but also included heavy equipment for road maintenance and equipment used at the landfill. Mr. Lewis stated that replacing vehicles completely would cost 15 million. Commissioner Stavney acknowledged all the work that went into this year's budget. He also thanked many other departments across the board. 51 12/08/09 Mr. Lewis continued that economic revenues should be broadened and diversified, but also other ways to improve the revenue situation. Chairman Fisher thanked everyone for their efforts on this process. She didn't imagine the financial challenges when she ran for office. Commissioner Stavney stated that one major goal was to not be in a continuous state of upheaval. As the board goes through 2010, the assumptions for creating the budget would need to be reviewed. Commissioner Runyon thanked the finance director and Tom Hyatt and everyone involved in the process. He believed this was unprecedented in the county's history. Eagle County government is a great organization. He was convinced that people complain about the size of any organization. He believed Eagle County government is not bureaucratic but a good organization who responds well to the residents. Chairman Fisher opened public comment. Carlene Heckendorf spoke to the board. She spoke about cutting expenses for the county and the fact that cuttingjobs seemed to be the primary means of doing so. This approach meant that homes would be left vacant and people would need to leave the county. She suggested a head tax or occupational privilege tax paid by all workers in the county on a monthly basis. People generally agree that this could be very good. Per the 2008 statistics, the labor force was approximately 31,000 and Eagle County employees were 498. The additional gross revenue to the county would have been more than 3 million dollars. This would have eliminated the shortfall. She hoped that this would be seriously considered. Chairman Fisher stated that there had been discussions about increasing revenues. This type of tax could not be instituted without a vote of the people. She and Commissioner Runyon went to Colorado Counties, Inc. to change legislation and allow counties to collect business license fees. With this possibility, there were more options on the table. Ms. Heckendorf stated that she believed this approach would be received well. She discouraged selling water rights. Commissioner Stavney stated that it was the consensus of the board to not ask for any type of tax increase in this economic environment. He believed the next possible request for tax increase would be related to the ECO transit funding. Ms. Heckendorf stated that $5.75 a month to maintain county services and jobs was not too much. Commissioner Stavney spoke about the capital projects that won't be done in the foreseeable future because the CIP funds would be used to pay for debt service and provide relief to some departments. Chairman Fisher thanked everyone again with special thanks to the department directors. This wake up call had prompted many discussions about how best to go forward. The decisions that would make Eagle County strong were those made in conjunction with others up and down the valley. Mr. Montag added the thanks to the finance department for their hard work and presentation, and the department directors in their leadership to help get to a balanced budget. This was an ongoing process that would continue throughout each year. Chairman Fisher closed public comment and the hearing. Commissioner Stavney moved to adjourn as the Board of County Commissioners and re-convene as the Eagle County Housing & Development Authority. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Eagle County Housing & Development Authority Alex Potente, Housing & Development Agreement between Riverview Apartments Preservation LP and Dougherty Mortgage LLC Mr. Potente explained the request. He stated that this was a HUD certified lender. The Riverview transaction was about a 14 million dollar transaction, of which 6 million was in acquisition. There was approximately 6 million dollars in existing debt on the property at 6.25 interest rate plus some HUD fees. This is a FHA insured mortgage. This contract was with the lender and it specifies the amount of fees the lender was entitled to, interest rate, and timing of the closing ofthe loan with HUD, which would likely happen in late April. There 52 12/08/09 was a lot of work associated with this type of application. They would prepare a comparative analysis between this loan and a conventionalloan. There is no commitment to go through the HUD process if the conventional market were to change. Commissioner Stavney clarified that Mr. Potente was asking for permission to retain a HUD underwriter for Riverview. He wondered how Dougherty Mortgage was chosen. Mr. Potente stated that Dougherty was more than just a broker in the sense that they do the underwriting. He stated that they talked to a couple of different certified lenders and compared fees and also spoke to an outside consultant. There was a competitive process. Chairman Fisher didn't have any additional questions. Commissioner Stavney moved to approve of the agreement between Riverview Apartments Preservation LP and Dougherty Mortgages, LLC as presented. Chairman Fisher seconded the motion. Of the two voting commissioners, the vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Stavney moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Housing & Development Authority and re- convene as the Eagle County Board of County Commissioners. Chairman Fisher seconded the motion. Of the two voting Commissioners, the vote was declared unammous. Planning Files LUR-2473 Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Bob Narracci, Planning Department NOTE: To be tabled to 02/23/10 New Land Use Regulations intended to define Medical Marijuana Dispensaries and where they may be 10cated within unincorporated Eagle County. ACTION: LOCATION: Unincorporated Eagle County Commissioner Stavney moved to table file number, LUR-2473 Medical Marijuana Dispensaries until February 23,2010. Commissioner Fisher seconded the file. Of the two voting commissioners, the vote was declared unammous. ZC-2234. SMA-2235. & ZS-2236 - Stump Familv Subdivision Sean Hanagan, Planning Department NOTE: Tabled from 10/20/09 & 11/17/09 ACTION: The purpose of this planning file is a request for the Stump Family Conservation Subdivision. The Conservation Subdivision process requires a Special Use Permit, Minor Type A Subdivision and specific to this request, a Zone Change from Resource (35 acre minimum lot size) to Resource Limited (20 acre minimum lot size) zoning to accommodate this Conservation Subdivision. LOCATION: OWNER: APPLICANT: REPRESENTATIVE: 8778 Colorado River Road, Gypsum Area Clay & Connie Stump Owner Jena Markowitz, Knight Planning Services 1. PROJECT DESCRIPTION 53 12/08/09 A. SUMMARY OF REQUEST: This proposal is for a Conservation Subdivision consisting of: a. Three (3) single family 2 acre building envelopes b. One (1) Agricultural 1 acre building envelopes c. 49 acre Agricultural conservation tract. The primary component of the request is a zone change to the exiting 56 acre parcel of land created in 1982 by the subdivision of the "Shipley Parcel". The proposed zone change would Re-zone the property from Resource(R) to Resource Limited (RL). A rezone is needed for the applicant to meet the minimum acreage for the Conservation Subdivision. Within the Resource zone a minimum of 70 acres is required to be eligible for a Conservation Subdivision while within the Resource Limited zone only 45 acres are required for Conservation Subdivision eligibility. Without the Zone Change approval the parcel would not meet minimum size requirements and thus not be allowed based on current Eagle County Land Use Regulations. In addition to the Zone Change a Minor Type A Subdivision and a Special Use Permit are being applied for as part of this Conservation Subdivision application. These files are required within the Conservation Subdivision section of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations. B. SITE DATA: Surrounding Land Uses / Zoning: North: Existing Use(s) Zoning Roundup River Ranch PUD Zoning BLM Resource Preservation Zoning BLM Resource Preservation Zoning Residential Resource South: Existing Use(s) East: Existing Use(s) West: Existing Use(s) Existing Zoning: Resource (35 acre minimum parcel size) Resource Limited (20 acre rninirnurn parcel size) Single family residence Proposed Zoning: Current Development: Site Conditions: Generally sloping east to west. Railroad passes adjacent to property on the western boundary. Steep hiIlsides found on the east side of the property. Sagebrush is the predominant vegetation type on the property. One single farniIy home exists on the property. Total Land Area: Total Open Space (Conservation Tract) Proposed Water: 55.93 acres 2,990,017.8 square feet 49 Acres 2,619,540 square feet Private well Sewer: ISDS Access: Via Colorado River Road C. CHRONOLOGYIBACKGROUND: 54 12/08/09 1974 region zoned Resource by Eagle County 1982 Parcel (1935-034-00-010) created from "Shipley Parcel" D. PLANNING COMMISSION DELffiERATION SUMMARY & MOTION: The Eagle County Planning Commission met on October 7th, 2009 to hear the application for the Stump Family Conservation Subdivision. A site visit was planned and attended on the same day to give the planning commission an opportunity to view the parcel and plans for the subdivision. At the hearing the planning commission voted to table all three files in order to allow time for the applicant to make changes to the subdivision layout to better reflect the ECLUR definition of proper clustering as well as improving the contiguousness of the Agricultural conservation tract. Additionally the commission asked for more commitment from the applicant with regard to agricultural used on the parcel. The applicant was asked to give more specific use types and sizes for agricultural structures as well as commitments to the number and type of animals housed on the property. At the same time staff was asked to apply the Sustainable Community Index (SCI) to the Stump Family Conservation Subdivision. The applicant appeared again in front of the ECPC on November 4th, 2009 with the requested changes to the application. At the meeting the applicant was asked to add language to the Property Management Plan to strengthen "add teeth" to the pIan which would "require" the HOA to enforce the subdivision covenants. The Eagle County Planning Commission voted unanimously to approve all three files adding one additional condition to be placed on the files. The proposed condition required the applicant to incorporate strategies outlined in the response from Adam Palmer regarding SCI points. The condition requires a minimum of 40 points on the index. The current SCI score is 32 (Please refer to condition 3). 2. STAFF REPORT Zone Change: The purpose of this Section is to provide a means for changing the boundaries of the Official Zone District Map or any other map incorporated in these Regulations by reference, and for changing the text of these Land Use Regulations. It is not intended to relieve particular hardships, or to confer special privileges or rights on any person, but only to make necessary adjustments in light of changed conditions. STANDARD: Compatibility with Surrounding Land Uses. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (9)] - The development proposed for the PUD shall be compatible with the character of surrounding land uses. North: Existing Use(s) Zoning Roundup River Ranch PUD South: Existing Use(s) Zoning BLM RP X (BLM) East: Existing Use(s) Zoning BLM RP X (BLM) West: Existing Use(s) Zoning Residential R X X The general character of the area is rural in nature and consists of mostly residential and open space parcels. The majority ofparcels in the immediate vicinity are zoned either Resource Preservation (RP) or Resource(R) with the exception of the Round Up River Ranch to the North West which has been recently re-zoned PUD. The Eastern and Southern boundaries of the Stump parcel border land held by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) with BLM access just to the North of the stump parcel. Compatibility with other Resource zoned properties in the area is not of concern however the compatibility with Resource Preservation zoned properties is. Over 50% of the Stump parcel is directly bordered by RP zoning consisting of Bureau of Land Management lands. Resource Preservation (RP) zoning is intended to severely restrict development with the intent of preserving natural rural lands. Density in Resource 55 12/08/09 Preservation (RP) zone parcels is limited to a development per 80 acres. The proposed Conservation subdivision would allow a density of one dwelling unit per 18.6 acres. Effective clustering of the building envelopes improves the appearance of density compatibility by giving the impression of lower density development and concentrating visual impacts in areas outside the view corridor. A true Conservation tract would be as contiguous as possible and lend to the impression of a lower density development. The Western and Northern surrounding parcels are residential and zoned Resource (R). Many of these are properties are non-conforming in that they are less than the minimum 35 acres in size. These properties have a density greater than the zoning would normally indicate and therefore the subject parcel would be less likely to demonstrate any compatibility issues with the proposed Conservation Subdivision density. ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Consistency with Comprehensive Plan. [Section 5-240.F.3.e (10)] - The PUD shall be consistent with the Master Plan, including, but not limited to, the Future Land Use Map (FLUM). The consideration of the relevant master plans during sketch plan review is on a broad conceptual level, i. e, how a proposal compares to basic planning principles. As a development proposal moves from sketch plan to preliminary plan review, its conformance or lack thereof to aspects of the master plans may not necessarily remain static. EAGLE COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN Q) o !ii E Q) > o o '5 E g- OO ~ o .~ 8 ~ .. 8~ ~~ ~ '!iJ ::l ~ ~ 8 0.... ij 4="'0 .s !ii .. Q) tc;. ~ Exceeds Recommendations Incorporates Majority of Recornmendations Does Not IncoIporate Recommendations Xl X2 X3 X4 XS X6 X7 X8 X9 Not Applicable X Xl: DeveloDment · "Ensure that all plans for development recognize the need to preserve the natural beauty and environmental integrity of Eagle County". The subject property, in its current state, is predominantly natural and the proposed subdivision if clustered properly will not necessitate a major modification of the site conditions. The current legal water rights would allow for an additional acre of irrigation. This additional acre could be used for agriculture or landscaping. · "Work to identify and preserve quality of life characteristics like outstanding recreational facilities, open space, clean air and water, uncrowded roads, quiet neighborhoods, unique cultural events and quality services". The subdivision proposal attempts to preserve open space by placing 49 acres ofland in an Agricultural Conservation Tract. The other indicators are not applicable to this type of proposal. · "Incorporate population and job growth data compiled by the State Demographer into development decisions and long range planning objectives". Not Applicable · "Promote compact, mixed-use development within or adjacent to existing community centers". A major component of the Conservation Subdivision concept is that of clustering. Effective clustering or compact development along with the acreage put into the conservation tract will help demonstrate recommended practices. · "Ensure that all plans for development recognize the need to improve social equity". Within the Subdivision's housing plan the applicant addresses "Social Equity" by applying 56 12/08/09 Resident Occupied (RO) restrictions as well as ADD provisions. Each of the two lot owners will be allowed to choose between (RO) or an in- lieu payment which will help insure middle income benefits. In- lieu amounts will be based on the value determined at the time of option change. · "Ensure that all plans for development recognize the need to maintain a healthy economy". Construction, on-going maintenance to varying extents, the owners of the residential units would infuse money into the local economy. · "Intersperse parks and properly scaled public spaces within and throughout areas of higher-density development". The proposal includes a 49 acre Agricultural Conservation Tract and would attempt to cluster the new development. There is no plan to allow public access to the property · "Consistently apply and enforce Eagle County Land Use Regulation development standards". N/ A. "Analyze development applications for conformance to the County's Future Land Use Map". The subject property is designated on the Future Land Use Map as Rural Lands. The Eagle County Comprehensive Plan speaks to densities as follows; "Residential densities on rural lands are limited to one primary residence and one accessory dwelling unit per 35 acres, although some smaller non-conformin~ residential lots exist. Small clustered subdivisions mav also be approved on lands designated "Rural" per applicable Ea~le Countv Land Use Regulations. Clustered developments should result in the preservation of lands of environmental or cultural value. and should otherwise conform to the intents and purposes of the written policies of this Comprehensive Plan. " · "Require new commercial development to provide workforce housing or to provide land for workforce housing'~ No commercial development is proposed. · "Design and locate development to minimize and / or mitigate identified impacts". Effective clustering of the building envelopes will improve the appearance of density compatibility conflicts by giving the impression of lower density development and concentrating visual impacts in areas outside the view corridor thus providing a contiguous high quality view corridor. · Xl: Economic Resources · "Ensure that commercial/retail development occurs in locations that are compatible with surrounding uses". The proposed Conservation has no proposed retail/commercial development. · "Consider the impact of each second home development on the jobs to housing balance". The proposed (RO) restrictions will help to ensure that the subdivision will not likely become a second home opportunity. · "Develop the services and businesses that will benefit a growing senior population". The proposal does not specify services and business to support a growing senior population. · "Encourage retirement housing as part of mixed-use developments in existing towns and unincorporated communities". The proposal does not specify services and business to support a growing senior population. · "Select sites for retirement housing that are suitable in regards to local support services, emergency services and transportation". The project does not target retirement housing "Apply Workforce Housing Guidelines and require commercial developers to mitigate their project's impact on the jobs to housing balance of the area". No commercial development is proposed for this Conservation Subdivision. · "Limit the expansion of commercial zoning in unincorporated Eagle County to that necessary to serve the needs of the immediate local population". No commercial development is proposed for this Conservation Subdivision. · "Allow the development of new service commercial and industrial uses in suitable locations provided such uses are properly bufferedfrom surrounding properties". No Service commercial development is proposed for this Conservation Subdivision.. · "Encourage but limit commercial development in residential neighborhoods to local businesses that serve the basic needs of nearby residents". No commercial development is proposed for this Conservation Subdivision. · "Encourage live-work arrangements within community centers by promoting compact mixed-use development, pedestrian scaled retail areas and intercommunity public transportation". The proposed development is not located near existing employment opportunities. X3: Housin1! · "Affordable workforce housing should be located near job centers". · "Provide incentives to developers who develop workforce housing". This proposal is not for affordable housing per se, Resident Occupancy restrictions could provide for some level of workforce housing opportunities for Eagle County residents. 57 12/08/09 · "Continue to require a Local Resident Housing Plan for all new development applications as required by the Local Resident Housing Guidelines". The Conservation Subdivision proposes Resident Occupancy (RO) restrictions for lots 1 and 3 with the ability to "buyout" the RO restriction with a fee in-lieu payment to be determined by the current Eagle County Local Resident Housing Guidelines will be paid on a square foot basis. This fee is payable to Eagle County Housing and Development. · "Mandate that attainable workforce housing be considered part of the required infrastructure for all new development applications". Resident Occupancy restrictions could provide for some level of workforce housing opportunities. · "Continue to utilize Inclusionary Housing and Employee Housing Linkage as defined in the Local Resident Housing Guidelines in the review of development applications". The Conservation Subdivision proposes Resident Occupancy (RO) restrictions for lots 1 and 3. X4: Infrastructure and Services · "Locate new development in areas served by adequate roads and paths, and within reasonable distance to a mass transit hub': ECO Transit no longer services this area with bus service. · "Assure that road and trail improvements are completed concurrent to the completion of new development" N/A · Ensure appropriate transportation considerations are included in subdivision improvement agreements N/A. · "Work with mass transit providers to expand service". N/A · Encourage transit oriented development N/A. · "Promote pedestrian malls and provide adequate parking on the perimeter of shopping areas to encourage walking': N/A "Encourage a network of walking trails within towns and community centers that connect typical community destinations (bus stops, schools, businesses, parks, playgrounds, etc.) with seamless pedestrian infrastructure". N/A. · "Within towns and community centers, retrofit public roads with parallel pedestrian routes and marked street crossings ". N/ A · "Design streetscapes to include pedestrian friendly amenities like window spaces, store fronts, landscaping, plaza areas, marked cross walks and traffic speed controls". N/A · "Promote the use of Planned Unit Developments to increase flexibility in planning and design ". N/A · "Promote live-work arrangements where appropriate". N/A · "Encourage an appropriate mix of retail and office locations in new neighborhoods to reduce reliance on personal cars". N/A · "Evaluate all development proposals using Eagle County Land Use Regulation Road Standards". N/A · "Assure adequate access for emergency responders". N/A · "Require demonstration that all new developments will be adequately served by emergency and community services". Lots 1 and 3 will be subject to all emergency service impact fess associated with development. · "Encourage new commercial development to provide childcare as an amenity". N/A · "Use House Bill 1041 powers to fully evaluate proposals for new water and sewer lines and proposals for new or expanded water or sewer treatment plants ". A 1041 Permit for new water and sewer lines and efficient utilization of water and sewer infrastructure will be not be required. · "Require the installation of water and sewer service infrastructure concurrent to development". N/A · "Require detailed transportation analysis at the preliminary approval". N/A · "Provide a diversity of housing choices and prices throughout the entire county". N/A X5: Water Resources · "Require developers to demonstrate that a legal and physical water supply exists for their development". The application includes a well permit for three (3) single family homes. A map demonstrating a primary and secondary ISDS site is also included in the application. · "Use a standard of extended drought conditions to determine the viability of the physical water supply proposedfor a new development". N/A · "Utilize current water quantity information in all development applications and planning reviews". N/A · "Protect source water areas and reduce the potentialfor source water contamination". N/A · "Use pervious surfaces instead of impermeable surfaces when possible" The development will minimize impervious coverage whenever possible. 58 12/08/09 · "Ensure that development does not adversely affect the recharge of groundwater resources". NI A · "Encourage the use of water efficient landscape materials and landscape irrigation methods". NIA · "Evaluate efficiencies of non-potable water usage for golf courses and other landscaped areas". NIA · "Implement water reuse and recycling systems". This concept is not proposed. · "Support the implementation of voluntary and mandatory water conservation measures". NIA · "Require the demonstration of the availability of real (wet) water supply at Sketch Plan stage of development application". N/A · "Participate in water quality monitoring efforts". NIA · "Follow the recommendations of the Northwest Colorado Council of Governments Regional 208 Water Quality Management Plan NIA · "Follow the recommendations of the Eagle River Watershed Plan". NIA · "Promote the appropriate best management practices for the control of storm water runoff and work to identify and treat other non-point sources of pollution". Best Management Practices will be required with regard to grading activities. · "Require an effective water quality management plan be implemented with new development". NIA · "Adhere to established Land Use Regulations and implement appropriate water quality best management practices (BMP's) on all development proposals". Best Management Practices will be required with all final construction documents and plans. · "Require buffer areas of natural vegetation between new developments and created or natural drainage ways". NIA · "Minimize the extent of impervious surfaces within new developments and encourage the use of pervious paving systems". NIA X6: Wildlife Resources · "Support projects intent on removing or minimizing man-made barriers to wildlife migration". The parcel is not located in a mapped migration corridor. · "Develop and implement projects that enhance existing wildlife habitat". One of the two new building sites will be located in a previously disturbed area while the second proposed site will require preparation for construction. This site is will disturb some wildlife winter habitat. · "Prevent contaminantsfrom entering local streams and rivers". The use of best management practices will be utilized · "Direct development away from areas of critical wildlife habitat". The subject property is not critical wildlife habitat. · "Implement and enforce referral recommendations of local wildlife officials". Wildlife -proof refuse containment receptacles are currently required throughout Eagle County. · "Consider the impacts of each new development proposal in context with other existing or potential developments". NIA · "Encourage high-density development within existing community centers". NIA · "Minimize site disturbance during construction". This proposal seeks to utilize a previously disturbed area for development of one of the two new building sites. · "If ornamental landscape plants are used, encourage species that are unpalatable to wildlife". NIA · "Require wildlife-proofrefuse containersfor all new and existing subdivisions". Wildlife-proofrefuse containment will be required on-site. X7: Sensitive Lands · "Require the evaluation of all geologic hazards and constraints as related to new land use". All identified geologic constraints identified in the original subdivision process as well as those recommendations listed in the report from HP Geotech September 30th 2008 be adhered to in the development of the site. If locations for lots change a new site evaluation shall be required to determine if said lots are in areas of geologic concern. · "Minimize alteration of the natural landform by new development improvements to the greatest extent possible". NIA · "A void the aggravation or acceleration of existing potential hazards through land form or vegetation modification". Potential hazards will be required to be mitigated to the greatest extent practicable. · Continue to refer all development plans to the Colorado Geological Survey for comment". NIA · "Require the incorporation of all recommendations of CGS and other hazards experts into development plans". All recommendation s of the HP Geotech Survey will be incorporated into the development plans. 59 12/08/09 · "Consider the cumulative impact of incremental development on landscapes that include visual, historic, and archeological value during the decision making process". The subject property is previously developed parcel which shall be improved through the incorporation of clustered home sites and preservation of open land through a 49 acre Conservation Tract. · "Determine the features that make a particular open space parcel valuable given its intended use as open space and ensure that thesefeatures are preserved". Dry, rustic rural Colorado lands that contain sagebrush; although not lush and green are highly valued for scenic beauty as well as wildlife vegetation. Utilization of the properties by the Stumps is intended to minimize the impacts of development and preserve a large portion (49 acres) in its natural state. X8: Environmental Ouality · "Assure access to multi-modal transportation options for all residents, second home owners and visitors". N/A · "Provide affordable housing opportunities in close proximity to job centers to reduce personal vehicle trips". Pease refer to housing section above. · "Focus development within towns and communities to reduce the needfor daily commuting". N/A · "Set limits for construction site disturbance, require temporary revegetation of stockpiles and permanent revegetation of all disturbed areas once final grades have been established". N/A · "Require periodic watering and track-out control devices at all construction site access points". These grading mitigation efforts are mandatory. · "Utilize motion detectors to minimize the duration of security lighting". N/A · "Ensure that noise levels are safe for residents, visitors and employees". N/A. · "Include an analysis of potential noise when making the finding of compatibility with surrounding uses for all new development proposals". N/A · "Promote transit-oriented development, and encourage plans that minimize reliance on personal motorized vehicles". N/A · "Design communities in a way that reducesfossilfuel consumption for heating or cooling". N/A · Implement energy efficiency guidelines. N/A · Implement energy saving techniques. N/A · X9: Future Land Use Map DesiJmation The subject property is designated on the Future Land Use Map as Rural Lands. The Eagle County Comprehensive PIan speaks to densities as follows: "Residential densities on rural lands are limited to one primary residence and one accessory dwelling unit per 35 acres, although some smaller non-conforming residential lots exist. Small clustered subdivisions mav also be approved on lands designated "Rural" per avvlicable Eagle Countv Land Use Regulations. Clustered develovments should result in the preservation of lands of environmental or cultural value. and should otherwise conform to the intents and purvoses of the written policies of this Comvrehensive Plan. " Standard: Compatible with Surrounding Uses. [Section 5-230.D2] Does the proposal provide compatibility with the type, intensity, character and scale of existing and permissible land uses surrounding the subject property? Dimensional limitations of the proposed zone district, when applied, should result in development that will be harmonious with the physical character of existing neighborhood(s} surrounding the subject property. As discussed in the section on page 5 of this staff report, some compatibility issues exists the land surrounding the proposed Conservation Subdivision. More than 50% of the property is bordered by BLM land designated as Resource Preservation (RP). This land designation is intended to preserve land area and severely limit development density. The proposed subdivision seeks to increase density beyond its currently allowed levels and create an abrupt transition from this low density BLM land and the subdivision. The remaining half of the property is adjacent to parcels of non conforming size and density. Many of these adjacent properties are smaller than required by the overlying zone district standards and therefore have greater density per acre than would be normally found within this Resource zone district. These properties are more compatible with the proposed density. Standard: Public Benefit. Does the proposal address a demonstrated community need or otherwise result in one or more particular public benefits that offset the impacts of the proposed uses requested, including 60 12/08/09 but not limited to: Affordable local resident housing; childcare facilities; multi-modal transportation, public recreational opportunities; infrastructure improvements; preservation of agriculture/sensitive lands. The Stump Family Conservation Subdivision seeks to dedicate a 49 acre tract ofland to be kept in an Agricultural Tract. The tract will be kept as open space in perpetuity. This open space attempts to preserve an area of agricultural land. Standard: Change of Circumstances. Does the proposal address or respond to a beneficial material change that has occurred to the immediate neighborhood or to the greater Eagle County community? Staff is not aware of any measureable change in the circumstances within the area of the proposed Conservation Subdivision. Standard: Adequate Infrastructure. Is the property subject to the proposal served by adequate roads, water, sewer and other public use facilities? The basic infrastructure needed to access this property currently exists. At which time ADU's are built on the property the applicant will be required to upgrade access to meet the Eagle Count Roadway Standards. Special Use Permit: A. NECESSARY FINDINGS: PROCESS INTENT ECLUR Section: 5-250 Special Use Permits Section Purpose: Special Uses are those uses that are not necessarily compatible with the other uses allowed in a zone district, but which may be determined compatible with the other uses allowed in the zone district based upon individual review of their location, design, configuration, density and intensity of use, and the imposition of appropriate conditions to ensure the compatibility of the use at a particular location with surrounding land uses. All Special Uses shall meet the standards set forth in this Section. Standards: Section 5-250.B. The issuance of a Special Use Permit shall be dependent upon findings that there is competent evidence that the proposed use as conditioned, fully complies with all the standards of this Section, this Division, this Article, and these Land Use Regulations. The Planning Commission may recommend and the Board of County Commissioners may attach any conditions deemed appropriate to ensure compliance with the following standards, including conformity to a specific site plan, requirements to improve public facilities necessary to serve the Special Use, and limitations on the operating characteristics of the use, or the location or duration of the Special Use Permit Conservation Subdivision. (am. 11/07/07) 1. Applicability. Conservation Subdivisions shall allow lots smaller than would otherwise be allowed by the governing zone district, to be grouped or "clustered" in one or more limited areas on the subject property, the location of which is determined through adherence to certain design standards. Density bonuses would be allowed. In exchange, the balance of the property must be set aside as a permanent Conservation! Agricultural Lands Tract. The maximum densities allowed in Conservation Subdivisions shall be as set forth in Table 5-295, Maximum Number of Dwelling 61 12/08/09 Units per Acre bv Zone District, and as further provided in Section 5-295, Conservation Subdivision. T bl 3 310 B M N b fD II' U' A b Z D' a e - , , aXlmum um er 0 we IDS! mts per cre)y one lstrlct Percent of Site (%) Designated as Resource Resource Agricultural Agricultural Conservation! Agricultural Limited Residential Limited Land Tract At least 67% but less than 1/25 1/ 14 1/7 1/3.5 75% At least 75% but less than 1/20 1/ 12 1/6 1/3 85% 85% or more 1 / 17.5 1/10 1 /5 1/2.5 Current Zoning is Resource (35 acre minimum parcel size) Proposed Zoning is Resource Limited( 20 Acre minimum parcel size) STANDARD: Consistent with Comprehensive Plan, [Section 5-250.B.l} The proposed Special Use shall be appropriate for its proposed location and be consistent with the purposes, goals, objectives and policies of the Comprehensive Plan and the FL UM of the Comprehensive Plan, including standards for building and structural intensities and densities, and intensities of use. EAGLE COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN o o a E o ~ o o ~ 's l:: o ::l 8 Sl ~~ OIl .5 '" ::l ~ u... r;f) ij.~ j~ ~1 I Incorporates Majority of Recommendations oes Not Incorporate ommendations Applicable Xl X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 x Please see discussions within the Zone Change section beginning on page 4 of this staff report EAGLE COUNTY OPEN SPACE PLAN x x x x x x x 62 12/08/09 ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS . X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Compatibility. [Section 5-250.B.2} The proposed Special Use shall be appropriatefor its proposed location and compatible with the character of surrounding land uses. Existing Use(s) Roundup River PUD Ranch South: Existing Use(s) Zoning BLM RP X (BLM) East: Existing Use(s) Zoning BLM RP X (BLM) West: Existing Use(s) Zoning Residential R X X See use and compatibility discussion on page 5 of this staff report ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Zone District Standards. [Section 5-250.B.3} The proposed Special Use shall comply with the standards of the zone district in which it is located and any standards applicable to the particular use, as identified in Section 3-310, Review Standards Applicable to Particular Residential, Agricultural and Resource Uses and Section 3-330, Review Standards Applicable to Particular Commercial and Industrial Uses. B. NECESSARY FINDINGS: PROCESS INTENT ECLUR Section: 5-290 Minor Subdivision Section Purpose: A Minor Subdivision shall be reviewed in accordance with the provisions of Section 5-290 for Type A Subdivisions. A Type A Subdivision is a subdivision creating not more than three (3) lots within property that has not previously been platted Standards: Section 5-290.G.l ST ANDARD: Consistency with Comprehensive Plan. [Section 5-290.G.l.a] - The proposed subdivision shall be consistent with the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan and the FLUM of the Comprehensive Plan. EAGLE COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 63 12/08/09 on 0 0 on Q '0 i 0 -= e on ~ fa Q 0 g.~ ,...;j FLUM fa a .~ ~ on ~.o 00 H ~ ~~ u E 0 c > Designation 13 '1l\ .. :.:= ::s .:;: 0 S ~ ~ ;go .... .!:l :;j > t ;::s on 0 ~ .... on C > ;::s Q U ~ ~~ 0 &ic- e:;) 0 UJ~ 00 Exceeds Recommendations Incorporates Majority of Xl X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 Recommendations Does Not Incorporate Recommendations Not Applicable X Please see discussions within the Zone Change section beginning on page 4 of this staff report EAGLE COUNTY OPEN SPACE PLAN Exceeds Recommendation Satisfies Recommendation Incorporates Majority of Recommendations Does Not Incorporate Recommendations Not Applicable X S ~ ~.~ 5 ~.! c..s ~ ~8. 00 .... o i": <<l.€ ~I '" g.u '08 !~ 'a ~ ~& ~u ~~ Oc.. X X X X X X This property is not in an area identified as "unique landform." STANDARD: Consistent with Land Use Regulations. [Section 5-290.G.1.b] The proposed subdivision shall comply with all of the standards of this Section and all other provisions of these Land Use Regulations, including, but not limited to, the applicable standards of Article 3, Zone Districts. and Article 4, Site Development Standards. 5 g$ ~ ~.g 2 ~I ~~ ~J: ~ ~.i ::= ~~ 8: -g. <( 0 ~g ~if iif C$ UJ~ oo~ :z X X X X X X Artide 4, Site Development Standards Off-Street Parking and Loading Standards (Division 4-1) Landscaping and I1lurnination Standards (Division 4-2) Sign Regulations (Division 4-3) Wildlift Protection (Section 4-410) Geologic Hazards (Section 4-420) 2 Wildfire Protection (Section 4-430) 64 12/08/09 X Wood Burning Controls (Section 4-440) X Ridgeline Protection (Section 4-450) X Environmental Impact Report (Section 4-460) X Commercial and Industrial Performance Standards (Division 4-5) X Noise and Vibration (Section 4-520) X Smoke and Particulates (Section 4-530) X Heat, Glare, Radiation and Electrical Interference (Section 4-540) X Storage of Hazardous and Non-hazardous Materials (Section 4-550) X Water Quality Standards (Section 4-560) X Roadway Standards (Section 4-620) X Sidewalk and Trail Standards (Section 4-630) X Irrigation System Standards (Section 4-640) X Drainage Standards (Section 4-650) X Grading and Erosion Control Standards (Section 4-660) X Utility and Lighting Standards (Section 4-670) X Water Supply Standards (Section 4-680) X Sanitary Sewage Disposal Standards (Section 4-690) X Impact Fees and Land Dedication Standards (Division 4-7) Applicable! 1- Fees will apply to Lots 1 and 3 ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Spatial Pattern Shall Be Efficient. [Section 5-290.G.l.c] The proposed subdivision shall be located and designed to avoid creating spatial patterns that cause inefficiencies in the delivery of public services, or require duplication or premature extension of public facilities, or result in a "leapfrog" pattern of development. (1) Utility and Road Extensions. Proposed utility extensions shall be consistent with the utility's service plan or shall require prior County approval of an amendment to the service plan. Proposed road extensions shall be consistent with the Eaf!le Countv Road Capital Improvements Plan. (2) Serve Ultimate Population. Utility lines shall be sized to serve the planned ultimate population of the service area to avoid future land disruption to upgrade under-sized lines. (3) Coordinate Utility Extensions. Generally, utility extensions shall only be allowed when the entire range of necessary facilities can be provided, rather than incrementally extending a single service into an otherwise un-served area. 65 12/08/09 This subdivision is accessed from an existing driveway adjacent to the Colorado River Road. The same road functions as an access point for the railroad. ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Suitability for Development. [Section 5-290.G.l.d] The property proposed to be subdivided shall be suitable for development, considering its topography, environmental resources and natural or human-made hazards that may affect the potential development of the property, and existing and probable future improvements to the area. The areas subject/restricted to construction are developable. ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Compatibility with Surrounding Land Uses. [Section 5-290.G.1.e] - The proposed subdivision shall be compatible with the character of existing land uses in the area and shall not adversely affect the future development of the surrounding area. Surrounding Land Uses I Zoning North: Existing Use(s) Zoning Roundup River Ranch PUD Zoning BLM RP X BLM Zoning BLM RP X BLM) Zoning Residential R X South: Existing Use(s) East: Existing Use(s) West: Existing Use(s) X Please refer to the above discussion found on page discussion on page 5 of the Zone Change section. ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Improvements Agreements. [Section 5-290.G.1.f] - The adequacy of the proposed Improvements Agreement, where applicable. No improvements are necessary which need to be collateralized through an Improvements Agreement. ~ EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS X MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS STANDARD: Conformance with Final Plat Requirements. [Section 5-290.G.1.g] - Its conformance with the Final Plat requirements and other applicable regulations, policies, standards, and guidelines. D EXCEEDS MINIMUM STANDARDS 66 12/08/09 ~ MEETS MINIMUM STANDARDS MEETS THE MAJORITY OF MINIMUM STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS C. REFERRAL RESPONSES: . Eagle County Engineering Department - Please refer to the attached responses dated June 5th 2009. . Colorado Geological Survey (CGS) - Please refer to the attached letter dated June 8th, 2009. The CGS provided comment with regard to subsidence, debris flow and shallow ground water. . Eagle County Assessor-Please refer to the response dated April 15th 2009. . Colorado Division of Water Resources- Please refer to the response dated June 2nd, 2009 . Attorney's Office-Worked in conjunction with applicant to develop acceptable language with regard to the "Conservation Tract" . Eagle County Housing and Development Division- Additional Referral Agencies - This proposal was referred to the following agencies with no response received as of this writing: . Eagle County: Environmental Health; Road and Bridge Department; School District Administration and Transportation; Sheriff's office; Weed and Pest; Wildlife Mitigation Specialist. . Colorado State: Colorado Division of Minerals and Geology; Colorado State Historical Society; Colorado Division of Wildlife (CDOW) . Eagle County Historical Society APO Responses: Letters were sent to all Adjacent Property Owners and one response in favor of the file was received Planning Commission Deliberations: See page 5 of this staff report D. SUMMARY ANALYSIS: The Stump Family Conservation Subdivision is the first Conservation Subdivision proposed within Eagle County. As the first Conservation Subdivision in Eagle County the proposal will help to set a precedent for future Conservation Subdivision proposals. The primary component of the Stump Family request is a zone change to the exiting 56 acre parcel ofland created in 1982 by the subdivision of the "Shipley Parcel". The proposed zone change would Re- zone the property from Resource(R) to Resource Limited (RL). A rezone is needed for the applicant to meet the minimum acreage for the Conservation Subdivision. Without a successful Zone Change the proposal cannot move forward. Without a successful Zone Change approval the parcel would not meet minimum size requirements and thus not be allowed based on current Eagle County Land Use Regulations. The applicants do not possess enough acreage to meet the minimum for the Resource (R) zone district. Within the Resource zone district a minimum of70 acres is required to be eligible for a Conservation Subdivision while within the Resource Limited zone only 45 acres are required for Conservation Subdivision eligibility. A successful rezone to Resource Limited (RL) would allow the Stump Family to proceed. In addition to the Zone Change a Minor Type A Subdivision and a Special Use Permit are being applied for as part of this Conservation Subdivision application. These files are required within the Conservation Subdivision section of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations. Benefits: . The RO restrictions placed on the property help insure that the home within the subdivision would remain affordable for residents of Eagle County. 67 12/08/09 · The proposed subdivision places a 49-acre tract of land in a Conservation Tract that will remain in petpetuity. · The Conservation Subdivision proposal will help to preserve the historical agricultural use on the property. Disadvantaees: . An up-zone is required for the Applicant to qualify for the minimum acreage requirements for the parcel's zoning. In its current form, the locations of home sites and agricultural envelopes do not demonstrate the cluster development concept effectively. In its current form, the proposed Conservation Tract does not help to preserve the visual quality of the property to its fullest extent. Compatibility issues with surrounding Resource Preservation (RP) land. The "Trickle Effect" will likely be prevalent within the immediate area. . . . . E. PLANNING COMMISSION / BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OPTIONS: (Please note that three (3) separate motions are required, one for each of the three files.) 1. Approve the Conservation Subdivision request without conditions if it is determined that the petition will not adversely affect the public health, safety, and welfare and the proposed use is attuned with the immediately adjacent and nearby neighborhood properties and uses and the proposal is in compliance with both the Eagle County Land Use Regulations and with the guidelines of the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan (and/or other applicable master plans). 2. Deny the Conservation Subdivision request if it is determined that the petition will adversely affect the public health, safety, and welfare and/or the proposed use is not attuned with the immediately adjacent and nearby neighborhood properties and uses and the proposal is not in compliance with both the Eagle County Land Use Regulations and with the guidelines ofthe Eagle County Comprehensive Plan (and/or other applicable master plans). 3. Table the. Conservation Subdivision request if additional information is required to fully evaluate the petitiop.. Give specific direction to the petitioner and staff. 4. Approve the Conservation Subdivision request with conditions and/or performance standards if it is determined that certain conditions and/or performance standards are necessary to ensure public, health, safety, and welfare and/or enhances the attunement of the use with the immediately adjacent and nearby neighborhood properties and uses and the proposal is in compliance with both the Eagle County Land Use Regulations and with the guidelines of the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan (and/or other applicable master plans). SUGGESTED CONDITIONS: 1. All recommendations contained within the HP Geotech report dated September 30th 2008 shall be adhered to during the development of the subdivision. 2. Except as otherwise modified by this development permit, all-material representations made by the Applicant in this application and in public meeting shall be adhered to and considered conditions of approval. 3. Applicant must acquire a minimum of 40 points on the Eagle County Sustainable Community Index. 4. The Stump Family Subdivision is contingent upon the finalization of all associated documents, including but not limited to, the Agricultural Conservation Easement, and/or other agreements being prepared in conjunction with the Eagle County Attorney, and otherwise approved by County staff. The 68 12/08/09 Final Plat shall not be signed by the BoCC and recorded until all pertinent documents are recorded with the Eagle County Clerk and Recorder. DISCUSSION: Mr. Hanagan discussed the file and indicated that there were recent negotiations to achieve a higher sustainable index score. He indicated that agreement had been accomplished to bring the score from 32 to 40. He spoke about the addition of condition number four. Commissioner Stavney spoke about condition number four. He recognized that this is the board's first conservation easement. Mr. Morris stated that the process was not quite complete, but agreement in principal had been reached. The developer would grant to the homeowner's association an agricultural conservation easement to be monitored and enforced by the homeowner's association, with the condition that annual inspections and reports would be submitted to the county to insure conditions of the easement were being adhered to. ill the event that any correction action was necessary, the county would have the right to bring a court case to enforce them and recover attorney's fees. This would probably take until February to accomplish. Commissioner Stavney asked if this was normally done by a Land Trust. The fact that this was not the case in this situation was due to the up front costs to the family to enforce these provisions. Mr. Morris stated that the land trust would not likely be interested in taking on this type of easement. Jena Skinner Markowitz stated that she was pleased with the process and the owners hoped to keep it very positive. Commissioner Stavney moved to approve file number(s) ZC-2234, SMA-2235, & ZS-2236 - Stump Family Conservation Subdivision and zone change including the four conditions recommended by staff. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Attest: 69 12/08/09