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Minutes 10/05/10 PUBLIC HEARING October 5, 2010 Present: Sara Fisher Chairman Peter Runyon Commissioner Jon Stavney Commissioner Keith Montag County Manager Bryan Treu County Attorney Robert Morris Deputy County Attorney Teak Simonton Clerk to the Board Kathy Scriver 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: SEPTEMBER 2010 BILL PAYING AND PAYROLL Vendor Type Invoice Amount GENERAL FUND ACCESS ROARING FORK Community Grants 3,000.00 ADAM HORN Supplies 50.00 ADP Services 1,839.47 ADP Services 875.78 ADP Services 887.06 ADP Services 2,682.50 ADP Screening & Selection Services Services 100.00 AFFILIATED CREDIT SERVICE INCORPORATED Civil Refunds 1 7.80 AFLAC Payroll 1,500.36 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED Supplies 85.30 ALL ABOUT PRINTERS, LLC Services 75.00 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 53.76 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 69.00 ALL PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 1,753.25 ALL PRO FORMS INCORPORATAED Services 549.17 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY Supplies 26.99 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY Supplies 7.99 AMANDA BAY Services Expense Reimbursement 45.73 AMERICAN BANK NOTE COMPANY Services 193.80 AMERICINN LODGE & SUITES Services 5,374.40 AMY ARTHUR PACKER Services 600.00 AMY BERENS Services Expense Reimbursement 18.00 AMY BERENS Supplies Expense Reimbursement 48.00 ANDERSON & KEIL Civil Refunds 50.00 ANDIE NOAKES Services Expense Reimbursement 90.00 ANDIE NOAKES Services Expense Reimbursement 125.00 ANN LOPER Services 30.00 ANNA POLICASTRI Services 30.00 Anne M. Klahn Services Expense Reimbursement 57.00 Anne M. Klahn Services Expense Reimbursement 13.62 APPLIED TRUST ENGINEERING Services 141.66 ARMY AND FACTORY SURPLUS Supplies 84.98 ARTWORKS THE Services 52.00 ASPEN BOARD OF REALTORS Services 204.00 1 10/05/2010 A -T SOLUTIONS, INC. Services 398.00 AT &T Services 3,138.50 ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT Cash Transfer 233,332.00 AV -TECH ELECTRONICS INCORPORATED Services 93.50 AV -TECH ELECTRONICS INCORPORATED Services 357.00 AVON COMMERCIAL OWNERS ASSOCIATION Services 2,246.10 AVON COMMERCIAL OWNERS ASSOCIATION Services 2,246.10 BAILEY FUNERAL HOME Services 450.00 BAILEYS Supplies 219.00 . BALCOMB AND GREEN Services 23.50 BALCOMB AND GREEN Services 34.00 BALCOMB AND GREEN Services 91.50 BALCOMB AND GREEN Services 123.50 BALCOMB AND GREEN Services 138.50 BALCOMB AND GREEN Services 178.00 BALCOMB AND GREEN Services 480.76 BART PETRO Services Expense Reimbursement 365.00 BART PETRO Supplies Expense Reimbursement 137.25 BART PETRO Supplies Expense Reimbursement 15.73 BART PETRO Supplies Expense Reimbursement 3.73 BATTLE MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL Community Grants 640.00 BATTLE MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL Community Grants 640.00 BC Services, Inc Civil Refunds 16.40 BC Services, Inc Civil Refunds 19.60 Beck and Cassinis, P.C. Civil Refunds 13.40 BENTLEY SYSTEMS INCORPORATED Services 60.00 Berniece Gutierrez Services Expense Reimbursement 35.00 BEST ACCESS SYSTEMS Supplies 28.90 BEST ACCESS SYSTEMS Supplies 74.72 BLUE LAKE PRESCHOOL Services 9,200.00 BRANDON BEAUDETTE Services Expense Reimbursement 768.76 Broomfield Lodging LLC Services 267.00 BRUSH CREEK LANDSCAPING Services 180.00 Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, P.C. Civil Refunds 15.40 BUSCH PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION Civil Refunds 1.90 BUSCH PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION Civil Refunds 16.60 BUSCH PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION Civil Refunds 18.20 CAMPBELL PET COMPANY Supplies 297.95 CANYON WATER RESOURCES LLC Services 690.00 CARMEN LOZOYA VELEZ Services Expense Reimbursement 220.00 Carole Ann McNeill Services 80.00 CCED Consolidated Electrical Distributors Supplies 16.84 CCED Consolidated Electrical Distributors Supplies 30.53 CCED Consolidated Electrical Distributors Supplies 30.53 CCED Consolidated Electrical Distributors Supplies 62.83 CCED Consolidated Electrical Distributors Supplies 67.26 CCTA Services 200.00 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS Supplies 5.42 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS Supplies 47.50 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS Supplies 52.95 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS Supplies 125.00 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS Supplies 875.00 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS Supplies 310.00 CDW GOVERNMENT Services 232.28 CDW GOVERNMENT Services 232.29 2 10/05/2010 CDW GOVERNMENT Supplies 36.14 CDW GOVERNMENT Supplies 244.00 CDW GOVERNMENT Supplies 264.50 CEAVCO Audio Visual Co., Inc. Supplies 1,355.74 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 120.95 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 171.97 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 254.36 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 2,453.13 Century Link Services 132.44 Century Link Services 12,592.63 Century Link Services 188.78 Century Link Services 236.87 CHARLES B DARRAH Civil Refunds 0.80 CHARLES B DARRAH Civil Refunds 10.80 CHARLES B DARRAH Civil Refunds 1 7.80 CHARLES B DARRAH Civil Refunds 38.00 CHARM -TEX Supplies 63 7.16 CHEMATOX INCORPORATED Services 80.00 CHERYL THOMAS Services Expense Reimbursement 2 1.00 CHERYL THOMAS Services Expense Reimbursement 186.00 CHIEF SUPPLY Supplies 140.92 CHOLPON LORD Services Expense Reimbursement 55.80 CHSA Services 150.00 CHSA Supplies 264.00 Classic Leather Inc. Supplies 4725 CLIFF SIMONTON Services Expense Reimbursement 134.34 CLIFF SIMONTON Services Expense Reimbursement 27.35 CLINTON MEHL Services 80.00 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 1,622.10 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 1,647.10 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 1,512.80 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 1,512.80 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 4,063.92 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 4,091.01 COLLECTION CENTER INCORPORATED Civil Refunds 114.80 COLORADO CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES Supplies 256.92 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Payroll 49,098.86 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Cash Transfer '77.21 Colorado Mountain News Media Services 168.71 Colorado Mountain News Media Services 1,218.24 Colorado Mountain News Media Supplies 427.13 Colorado Mountain News Media Supplies 2,295.26 Colorado Mountain News Media Supplies 12,714.30 COLORADO RIVER WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT Services 7'74.58 COLORADO SECRETARY OF STATE Supplies 10.00 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY Services 85.00 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY Services 165.00 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY Services 122.00 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH Services 930.00 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH Services 560.00 COMPUTER SITES INCORPORATED Services 5,856.00 Conrad Rascuzzi Services 5.40 Consuelo Aguilar Services :20.80 COPY PLUS Services 2.57 COPY PLUS Services 2.70 3 10/05/2010 COPY PLUS Supplies 11.90 COPY PLUS Supplies 14.50 COPY PLUS Supplies 86.20 COPY PLUS Supplies 103.44 CORRECTIONAL HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT, INC. Services 20,541.05 CORRECTIONAL HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT, INC. Services 20,541.05 COVA Services 1,140.00 Cutwater Investor Services Corp Services 5,100.13 Dallas Valdez Services 80.00 DALY PROPERTY SERVICES • Services 1,151.33 DAN CORCORAN PLS Services 600.00 DAVID A BAUER Civil Refunds 17.80 DAVID A BAUER Civil Refunds 19.00 DAVID E. MOTT Services 80.00 Debbie Vernell Services 80.00 DECATUR ELECTRONICS Services 270.00 DENISE MATTHEWS Services Expense Reimbursement 160.60 DESERT SNOW, LLC Services 400.00 DIANA JOHNSON Services 6.00 DIANA JOHNSON Services 72.00 DISTRICT ATTORNEYS Services 353,106.50 DIXIE KOZINSKI Services Expense Reimbursement 70.00 DOCTORS ON CALL Services 105.00 DON OLSEN Payroll 13,789.80 DONALD J LAUGHLIN Services 80.00 DONNA MEYER Payroll 135.53 Doug DeChant Services 20.00 Doug DeChant Services 100.00 DUFFORD WALDECK AND MILBURN Services 105.30 DUFFORD WALDECK AND MILBURN Services 130.00 EAGLE COUNTY CHARTER ACADEMY Community Grants 4,260.00 EAGLE COUNTY REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Services 952.00 EAGLE COUNTY REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Services 1,360.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll (309,142.55) EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll (297,040.79) EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 900,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 900,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Supplies 67.46 Eagle Park Reservoir Company Capital 598,884.32 EAGLE PHARMACY - Use V #5994 Supplies 1.20 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 41.30 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 150.28 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 150.28 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 29.86 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 131.41 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 435.80 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 863.95 EAGLE VALLEY GLASS AND MIRROR Services 1,517.15 EAGLE VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL Community Grants 660.00 EAGLE VALLEY LAND TRUST Services 231.25 EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING Services 45.00 EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING Services 121.00 EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING Services 165.00 EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING Services 297.00 EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING Services 535.00 4 10/05/2010 EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING Services 45.00 EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING Services 75.00 EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING Services 190.00 EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING Services 245.00 EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING Services 295.00 EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING Supplies 72.00 EAGLE VALLEY TEMPS Services 120.25 EAGLE VALLEY TEMPS Services 173.60 EAGLE VALLEY TEMPS Services 694.40 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS Services 150.00 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS Services 3,905.41 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS Services 8,450.00 ECOLAB Supplies 184.56 ECOLAB Supplies 561.41 EDWARDS BUILDING CENTER Supplies 9 .77 EDWARDS BUILDING CENTER Supplies 11.37 EDWARDS BUILDING CENTER Supplies 3 1.98 ELECTION CENTER Services 150.00 Elizabeth Bailey Services Expense Reimbursement 675.00 ELIZABETH HICKS Services 20.80 ELLA GUZIK Supplies 100.00 ENNOVATE CORPORATION Services 487.00 ENV WATER QUALITY CT COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC 280.00 HEALTH Services ENV WATER QUALITY CT COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC 437.00 HEALTH Services ENV WATER QUALITY CT COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC 500.25 HEALTH Services ESTHER MEHL Services 80.00 EVA WILSON Services Expense Reimbursement 5.00 EVA WILSON Services Expense Reimbursement 157.00 Evelyn Velasco Services Expense Reimbursement 10.40 EVERETT FAMILY FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY Services 305.00 EXECUCOM Services 86.46 EXECUCOM Services 12 8.63 FARRELL & SELDIN Civil Refunds 1', 7.00 FARRELL & SELDIN Civil Refunds 26.90 FEDERAL EXPRESS Services :I 1.82 FEDERAL EXPRESS Services 41.86 FEDERAL EXPRESS Services 53.31 FEDERAL EXPRESS Services 73.13 FEDERAL EXPRESS Services 86.33 FEDERAL EXPRESS Services 1 I2.99 Ferrell Gas Services 21 5.70 FILTERFRESH DENVER Supplies 834.28 FRANCES TREVISO Services 660.00 FRANCES TREVISO Services 730.00 FREDRICK LEE MARTENS Services 23.88 FRONT RANGE INTERNET, INC Services 2,11)3.97 G & S TOOL CLINIC LLC Supplies 10.99 G & S TOOL CLINIC LLC Supplies 31.29 Ginger Janssen Services 4,01)0.00 GRACIOUS SAVIOR LUTHERAN CHURCH Services 7,500.00 GRAINGER INCORPORATED Supplies 66.83 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 17.04 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 137.45 5 10/05/2010 GRANICUS INCORPORATED Services 3,039.12 Grant Mason Civil Refunds 2.80 GREAT AMERICA LEASING Services 39.99 GREAT AMERICA LEASING Services 39.99 GREAT AMERICA LEASING • Services 59.97 GREAT AMERICA LEASING Services 59.97 GREAT AMERICA LEASING Services 59.97 GREAT AMERICA LEASING Services 59.99 GREAT AMERICA LEASING Services 59.99 GREAT AMERICA LEASING Services 59.99 GREAT AMERICA LE ASING Services 1,294.28 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 70,927.52 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 72,837.24 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 6,930.66 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 7,514.70 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 3,972.85 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 3,998.20 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 9,948.50 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 10,146.23 GREG MOFFET Services 140.00 GREG MOFFET Services 175.00 Griffin Law Refund 1.75 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY Community Grants 16,447.00 Harry Vernell Services 80.00 j HART INTERCIVIC INCORPORATED Supplies 387.56 HART INTERCIVIC INCORPORATED Supplies 771.29 HART INTERCIVIC INCORPORATED Supplies 1,808.81 Haylie Lengel Supplies 150.00 HEART OF THE WEST COUNCIL Services 375.00 HERTA VON OHLSEN Services 80.00 HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS Services 196.00 HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS Supplies 162.99 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES INCORPORATED Supplies 28.00 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES INCORPORATED Supplies 28.00 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES INCORPORATED Supplies 35.00 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES INCORPORATED Supplies 42.00 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES INCORPORATED Supplies 54.99 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES INCORPORATED Supplies 77.00 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES INCORPORATED Supplies 119.00 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES INCORPORATED Supplies 183.84 Holiday Inn Denver East - Stapleton Services 89.00 Holiday Inn Select Services 129.00 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 96.09 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 11.94 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 17.35 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 17.35 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 17.36 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 17.48 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 17.59 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 17.87 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 18.06 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 21.49 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 24.06 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 24.66 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 28.79 6 10/05/2010 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 32.29 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 34.83 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 35.93 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 37.53 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 45.07 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 46.49 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 56.21 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 59.16 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 69.30 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 77.34 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 99.89 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 130.56 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 153.72 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 385.04 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 417.43 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 457.15 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 479.80 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 481.73 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 526.35 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 537.25 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 617.20 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 717.96 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 722.01 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 834.55 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 940.34 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 2,632.63 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 8,89 3.06 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 9,531.97 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS - COSTCO WHOLESALE Services 73.32 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS - COSTCO WHOLESALE Services 110.02 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS - COSTCO WHOLESALE Supplies 48.16 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS - COSTCO WHOLESALE Supplies 89.70 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS - COSTCO WHOLESALE Supplies 241.35 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS - COSTCO WHOLESALE Supplies 35.88 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS - COSTCO WHOLESALE Supplies 3 5.65 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS - COSTCO WHOLESALE Supplies 629.19 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS - COSTCO WHOLESALE Supplies 335.12 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS - COSTCO WHOLESALE Supplies 34.50 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS - COSTCO WHOLESALE Supplies 370.58 HUGO BENSON Services 85.60 HVAC SUPPLY Supplies 9.26 HVAC SUPPLY Supplies 12.25 ICC Supplies 32 8.00 IMPACT GRAPHICS AND SIGNS Services 110.00 IMPACT GRAPHICS AND SIGNS Services 637.50 IMPACT GRAPHICS AND SIGNS Supplies 122.00 Intermountain Waste & Recycling, LLC Services 189.00 ISC, Inc Supplies 128.25 ISC, Inc Supplies 936.00 ISC, Inc Supplies 5,67 1.50 JAMAR TECHNOLOGIES INC Supplies 3,434.00 James E. Fleischer Civil Refunds 2.80 JANET BEALS Services 22.40 JARA DIVERSIFIED SERVICES Services 7'7.94 Jason Weingast Services 4,000.00 7 10/05/2010 JBT'S CUSTOM SILK Supplies 1,502.00 JEAN KEARNS Services 36.80 JEAN KEARNS Services 80.00 Jean Klein Services 80.00 JEAN M PHILBEN Services 42.40 Jeffrey H Jacobs Services 4,000.00 Jeremiah Smith Services 57.60 JEROME EVANS PHD Services 2,145.00 JERRY CHICOINE Services 80.00 JERRY CHICOINE Services 88.00 Jill Cleghorn Services 73.60 JOAN GARTON Services 45.20 JOAN GARTON Services 73.20 Joanie Bananowski Services Expense Reimbursement 90.00 JOANIE HANLON Services Expense Reimbursement 988.12 Joaquin Villa Castillo Refund 750.00 JOHN SCHLIEKER Services 80.00 JOHNSON AND HELD LTD Services 2,000.00 JOHNSON AND HELD LTD Supplies 130.00 JOHNSON AND HELD LTD Supplies 525.00 Jon Stavney Services Expense Reimbursement 20.00 Jon Stavney Services Expense Reimbursement 351.00 Judy Haeberle Services 80.00 KARA BETTIS CORONER Services Expense Reimbursement 65.91 KARA BETTIS CORONER Services Expense Reimbursement 107.50 KATHERINE PETERSON Services 80.00 KAY WILHELM Services 52.80 KEN SEXTON Services Expense Reimbursement 132.00 KEN SEXTON Services Expense Reimbursement 158.00 KESSLER MARY J Services Expense Reimbursement 35.00 KESSLER MARY J Services Expense Reimbursement 80.00 Kevin Cassidy Services Expense Reimbursement 90.00 Kevin Cassidy Services Expense Reimbursement 70.00 KIM ANDREE Services Expense Reimbursement 41.50 KIM ANDREE Services Expense Reimbursement 71.00 KIM ANDREE Services Expense Reimbursement 126.00 - Kimley Horn and Associates, Inc. Services 2,850.00 Kris Friel Services Expense Reimbursement 84.00 KRISTIE WILLIAMSON Services Expense Reimbursement 900.00 KYLE HALL Services Expense Reimbursement 59.96 KYLE HALL Services Expense Reimbursement 40.00 KYMBERLEIGH IGLESIAS Services 897.00 KZYR FM Supplies 250.00 LANCE SCHOBER Supplies Expense Reimbursement 75.00 Landscape Technology Group Supplies 1,875.94 Laura Ganus Services 498.89 Laura Johnston Services 80.00 Laura Johnston Services 80.00 Laura Johnston Services 80.00 Law Office of Fowler, Schimberg & Flanagan Civil Refunds 15.04 LEAF FUNDING, INC Services 108.99 LEAF FUNDING, INC Services 108.99 LEWAN AND ASSOCIATES Services 13,395.99 LEWAN AND ASSOCIATES Services 1,745.00 LEXNET, INC. Services 264.00 8 10/05/2010 LHI Group LLC, dba Lakewood Holiday Inn, LLC Services 1,566.00 LIGIA BONILLA Services Expense Reimbursement 1,904.00 LINDA CARR Services 6.00 LINDA CARR Services 26.00 LUZ AVILA Services Expense Reimbursement 82.50 Lynn Fritzlen Services 76.00 LYNN KANAKIS Services 54.00 . LYNN KANAKIS Services 60.00 MAGGIE EMMER Supplies 50.00 MAGGIE SWONGER Services Expense Reimbursement 111.50 MAGNUM -DIEGO Civil Refunds 22.60 MARGARET B ABEL Services 80.00 Margretta McKenney Supplies 732.00 MARI RENZELMAN Services Expense Reimbursement 110.50 MARIA ANJIER Services 14.56 MARIA ANJIER Services 37.68 MARIA DURHAM Services 16.00 MARIA DURHAM Services 16.00 MARIA DURHAM Services 96.00 MARIA DURHAM Services 96.00 MARION F LAUGHLIN Services 80.00 MARK PONS Supplies Expense Reimbursement 67.81 MARKS PLUMBING PARTS Supplies 14.42 MARKS PLUMBING PARTS Supplies 455.89 MARLENE MCCAFFERTY Services 80.00 Marsha Gale Hasselbach Services Expense Reimbursement 253.64 Mary Ann Johnston Services 34.80 MARY JANE HESS Services 3-'3.68 MARY JANE HESS Services 108.56 MATRIX SYSTEMS, INC Services 7,613.00 MATTHEW BENDER AND COMPANY INCORPORATED Supplies 20.97 MATTHEW BENDER AND COMPANY INCORPORATED Supplies 20.97 MATTHEW BENDER AND COMPANY INCORPORATED Supplies 20.97 MATTHEW BENDER AND COMPANY INCORPORATED Supplies 50.96 MATTHEW BENDER AND COMPANY INCORPORATED Supplies 50.96 MATTHEW BENDER AND COMPANY INCORPORATED Supplies 64.94 MATTHEW BENDER AND COMPANY INCORPORATED Supplies 66.83 Mauriello Planning Group, LLC Services 6,570.00 MEGAN ELIZABETH MUEHLETHALER Supplies 50.00 MENENDEZ ARCHITECTS PC Services 745.25 MENENDEZ ARCHITECTS PC Services 1,534.08 Metal Design Inc Services 975.00 MGT OF AMERICA, INC Services 2,988.00 Michel's Bakery Supplies 13.40 Michel's Bakery Supplies 26.80 Michel's Bakery Supplies 100.50 Michel's Bakery Supplies 127.30 MID VALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT Services 362.08 MID VALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT Services 14.38 MID VALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT Services 73.25 Mike Gruber Supplies 13.08 MIKE KERST Services 41)0.00 MILLER & COHEN Civil Refunds I2.30 MMGZ LLC Supplies 3,000.00 MOBILE VISION Services 76.70 9 10/05/2010 MOBILE VISION Services 209.00 MOBILE VISION Supplies 772.85 MOES ORIGINAL BBQ Supplies 2,000.00 MONICA JACOX Services Expense Reimbursement 135.00 MONICA JACOX Services Expense Reimbursement 142.13 Montgomery Mathias Services 80.00 MOUNTAIN MOBILE VET Services 85.51 Mountain States Circuit Inc. Services 700.00 MOUNTAIN STATES EMPLOYERS COUNCIL INCORPORATED Services 200.25 MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 11.98 MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 29.94 MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 35.94 MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 41.99 MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 78.65 MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 189.15 MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 198.27 MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 245.48 MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 427.24 NANCY MULLER Services 1.80 NANCY MULLER 2.40 Services NANCY MULLER Services 4.80 NARDA REIGEL Services 125.00 NARDA REIGEL Services 150.00 NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION Services 440.00 NCS Pearson Supplies 743.93 NEVES UNIFORMS Supplies 526.99 NEVES UNIFORMS Supplies 4,169.70 NORDIC REFRIGERATION Supplies 76.00 NORTHWEST SHUTTLE Services 350.00 NRC BROADCASTING INCORPORATED Services 475.00 OC TANNER Services 393.17 OC TANNER Services 436.00 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 98.63 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 21.40 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 73.19 Official Payments Corporation Services 38.30 Official Payments Corporation Services 131.75 OLGA WILKINS Services Expense Reimbursement 10.45 OLGA WILKINS Services Expense Reimbursement 190.00 OLGA WILKINS Services 124.00 OSM DELIVERY LLC Services 242.55 OSM DELIVERY LLC Services 267.30 OSM DELIVERY LLC Services 12.00 OTTALIE FABER - CARLIN Services 27.20 OTTALIE FABER - CARLIN Services 80.00 PAINT BUCKET Supplies 40.98 PAINT BUCKET Supplies 93.82 PAMELA THORN Services 32.80 PAMELA THORN Services 80.00 PAMELA THORN Services 80.00 PAPER WISE Services 437.00 PAPER WISE Services 437.00 PAT NOLAN Services Expense Reimbursement 111.61 PATRICIA HAMMON Services 12.50 PATRICIA HAMMON Services 15.00 10 10/05/2010 Paul Kuzniar Services 80.00 PAULA A PALMATEER Services 73.20 Pauline Arujo Agoitia Services 230.00 PEAK PERFORMANCE COPIER & SUPPLY, INC Services 814.00 Pedro Campos Services 72.00 Pedro Campos Services 96.00 PEGGY BUCHANNAN Services 80.00 PEGGY BUCHANNAN Services 80.00 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING Refund 200.00 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING Services 160.89 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING Services (55.85) PFIZER PHARMACEUTICALS Supplies 123.50 PITNEY BOWES Services 153.00 PITNEY BOWES Services 165.00 PITNEY BOWES Services 210.00 PITNEY BOWES Services 3,150.00 PITNEY BOWES Services 22.42 1 PITNEY BOWES Services 113.68 PITNEY BOWES Services 943.49 PITNEY BOWES Supplies (84.98) PREEO SIVERMAN GREEN Civil Refunds 2.80 PROFORMA ALBRECHT & CO. Supplies 50.00 PUBLIC AGENCY TRAINING COUNCIL Services 275.00 PUBLIC AGENCY TRAINING COUNCIL Services 275.00 PURCHASE POWER Services 600.00 QUALIFICATION TARGETS INC Supplies 1,313.02 QUALISTAR EARLY LEARNING Services 7,200.00 QWEST Services 147.75 RAZORS EDGE INCORPORATED Supplies 338.00 RBK Denver Tech LLC Services 128.00 REBECCA T MCCAULLEY Services Expense Reimbursement 252.46 REBECCA T MCCAULLEY Services Expense Reimbursement 117.04 RED BLUFF BUCKLES Supplies 1,905.00 REVEAL SYSTEMS INC Supplies 79.95 RITA R BOSSOW Services Expense Reimbursement 97.07 RITA SACKS Services 36.00 RITA SACKS Services 36.00 RITA SACKS Services 60.00 RITA SACKS Services 72.00 Roaring Fork School District RE -1 Services 8,520.00 Roaring Fork School District RE -1 Supplies 550.00 Robin Waters Services 280.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION OF FAIRS Services 125.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN REPROGRAPH Services 687.25 ROLLING STONE Services 16.25 ROLLING STONE Supplies 39.00 ROWE B J Services Expense Reimbursement 22.00 RSC - RENTAL SERVICE CORP Services 289.70 RSC - RENTAL SERVICE CORP Services 308.00 RUTH A. SHARP, PC Civil Refunds 1.80 RYAN DIAGNOSTICS, INC Supplies 2,22.3.00 SALVADOR FERNANDEZ Civil Refunds 13.00 SANDRA L SKILES Services Expense Reimbursement 19.98 Sandy's Office Supply Supplies 9.98 Sandy's Office Supply Supplies 65.99 11 10/05/2010 Sandy's Office Supply Supplies 215.14 SAWAYA ROSE KALPLAN PC Civil Refunds 14.00 SayNoMore! PROMOTIONS Services 458.04 SayNoMore! 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Supplies 177.54 APEX SECURITY Services 248.00 AT &T Services 186.93 BOBCAT OF THE ROCKIES Services 105.04 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 4.46 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 7.52 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 44.11 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 97.11 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 124.25 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 235.32 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 44.11 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 77.64 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 77.64 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 226.93 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 226.93 COLLETTS Supplies 313.80 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Payroll 11,039.00 COLUMBINE MARKET Supplies 3.96 COMPLIANCE ALLIANCE INCORPORATED Services 545.00 23 10/05/2010 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN Services 2,680.19 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 79,948.85 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 91,791.33 EAGLE EMBROIDERY Supplies 55.00 EAGLE VALLEY PRINTING Services 195.00 FEDERAL EXPRESS Services 15.80 FILTERFRESH DENVER Supplies 403.76 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 9,142.78 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 9,228.54 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 841.01 • Great West Retirement Services Payroll 864.50 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 2,067.99 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 2,408.74 HAVENERS TRUCKING TOWING Services 303.75 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 83.60 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 1,116.62 J J KELLER Services 527.82 KIPLINGER Supplies 89.00 LEADVILLE SANITATION DISTRICT Services 35.00 Overhead Door Company of Denver, Inc. Services 195.00 Pamela Tafoya Supplies Expense Reimbursement 40.10 PARKVILLE WATER DISTRICT Services 44.00 Perry Sweeney Payroll 884.00 POSTMASTER GYPSUM BRANCH Services 76.00 Promotional Specialities Supplies 146.93 Promotional Specialities Supplies 188.33 QWEST Services 157.84 QWEST Services 73.96 QWEST Services 75.96 QWEST Services 88.18 QWEST Services 93.18 SOURCE GAS Services 7 Staples Advantage Supplies 321.89 STEMCO, LP Services 36.00 Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada Payroll 277.35 TOWN OF AVON Services 143.32 TOWN OF AVON Supplies 2,210.51 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 233.86 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 226.60 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS Services 780.40 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS Services 780.40 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS Services 780.40 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS Services 780.40 VAIL LOCK AND KEY Services 95.00 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 5.30 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 6.58 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 76.79 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 10.92 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 13.70 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 85.14 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 219.06 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 67.11 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 24.95 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 48.06 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 58.11 24 10/05/2010 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 225.35 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 206.78 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 102.95 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED Services 97.20 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 7.40 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 7.40 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 13.60 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 13.60 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 13.60 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 3.50 XCEL ENERGY Services 16:3.67 XCEL ENERGY Services 183.18 XEROX CORPORATION, INC Services 284.70 XEROX CORPORATION, INC Services 322.01 XEROX CORPORATION, INC Services 322.01 XEROX CORPORATION, INC Supplies 47.90 XEROX CORPORATION, INC Supplies 66.42 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE Supplies 129.84 $ 227,623.49 SALES TAX E.V. TRAILS AFLAC Payroll 39.96 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 11.54 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 11.54 Colorado Mountain News Media Supplies 444.26 COPY PLUS Capital 6.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 4,61 2.06 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 4,831.66 ELLIE CARYL Capital Expense Reimbursement 25.16 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Capital 605.20 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 571.12 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 5 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 30.39 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 30.39 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 105.79 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 105.79 IMBA Services :30.00 IMPACT GRAPHICS AND SIGNS Supplies 2 0.00 KEMP AND COMPANY INCORPORATED Capital 133.80 LAFARGE CORPORATION INCORPORATED Supplies 315.00 MARCIN ENGINEERING INCORPORATED Capital 2,952.50 Short- Elliott - Hendrickson Inc. Services 2,200.00 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 1.89 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 5.97 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 12.34 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 438.29 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 1.90 VISA CARD SERVICES Capital 366.30 WATERSHED ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS, INC Capital 807.50 XEROX CORPORATION, INC Services 84.70 XEROX CORPORATION, INC Services '44.70 XEROX CORPORATION, INC Supplies 47.89 XEROX CORPORATION, INC Supplies 66.41 $ 19,571.17 25 10/05/2010 SALES TAX RFV TRANSPORTATION ROARING FORK TRANSIT AGENCY Services 60,015.43 $ 60,015.43 SALES TAX RFV TRAILS ROARING FORK TRANSIT AGENCY Services 6,671.74 $ 6,671.74 AIRPORT Absolute Plumbing & Heating, LLC Services 365.00 AFLAC Payroll 389.14 I AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED Services 53.48 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED Services 85.72 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED Supplies 83.35 AIRPORT REVENUE FUND Services 5,775.00 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY Supplies 69.99 AMERICAN LINEN Services 84.43 AMERICAN LINEN Services 84.43 AMERICAN LINEN Services 84.43 BERTHOD MOTORS Supplies 19.15 BERTHOD MOTORS Supplies 59.70 BLUEGLOBES, LLC Supplies 94.46 BLUEGLOBES, LLC Supplies 151.95 Century Link Services 1,782.53 CHRIS ANDERSON Services Expense Reimbursement 73.50 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 211.69 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 211.69 COLLETTS Supplies 75.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Payroll 6,909.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN MEDICAL Services 116.00 DISH NETWORK Services 64.99 DIVISION OF FIRE SAFETY Services 30.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 37,640.28 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 41,343.47 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 2.38 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 10.80 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 32.70 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 32.70 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 167.20 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 262.96 GRAND JUNCTION PIPE Supplies 30.25 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 4,763.88 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 5,088.90 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 159.35 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 167.18 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 750.00 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 750.00 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 1,957.99 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 1,957.99 Helena Regional Airport Authority Services 950.00 HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS Services 8,174.00 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 18.30 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 27 26 10/05/2010 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 31.53 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 35.11 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 56.52 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 80.27 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 86.65 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 202.23 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 277.69 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 273.41 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 540.57 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 559.83 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 646.18 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS - COSTCO WHOLESALE Cash Transfer 7.99 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS - COSTCO WHOLESALE Supplies 203.03 KAPLAN KIRSCH & ROCKWELL, LLP Services 260.00 KATHY LAWN Services Expense Reimbursement 200.00 KATHY LAWN Supplies Expense Reimbursement 19.75 KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS Services 23.80 KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS Services 91.80 Kurt Keiser Services 82.00 Lawson Products, Inc Supplies 109.33 Lawson Products, Inc Supplies 146.26 Mary L. Hoffinann Services 193.55 Matthew Anderson Services 1,000.00 MaxFire Apparatus, Inc Supplies 50.41 MaxFire Apparatus, Inc Supplies 1,808.66 MES - MUNISIPAL EMERGENCY SERVICES, INC Supplies 289.18 METEORLOGIX Services 468.00 MILTON SOUZA Services 1,000.00 MOORE MEDICAL CORPORATION Supplies 21 2.81 MYSLIK INCORPORATED Supplies 1,500.00 MYSLIK INCORPORATED Capital 14,005.05 NOBLE WELDING AND FABRICATION Supplies 45.00 NORTHWEST CHAPTER AAAE INCORPORATED Services 500.00 NORTHWEST COLORADO COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS Services 170.00 ORKIN EXTERMINATING COMPANY Services 17.02 ORKIN EXTERMINATING COMPANY Services 875.52 PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING Services 1)5.00 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 2.18 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 11.69 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 26.70 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 27.80 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 2 7.97 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 28.55 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 30.31 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 34.16 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 36.21 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 49.24 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 351.20 SERVICEMASTER CLEAN OF VAIL Services 525.00 SERVICEMASTER CLEAN OF VAIL Services 1,570.00 SKYLINE MECHANICAL INCORPORATED Services 1,096.00 SKYLINE MECHANICAL INCORPORATED Supplies 101.00 SKYLINE MECHANICAL INCORPORATED Supplies 162.00 SOURCE GAS Services 2 SOURCE GAS Services 100.66 27 10/05/2010 SOURCE GAS Services 108.88 Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada Payroll 49.98 Thomas Briceland Services 645.16 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 72.85 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 364.25 TRI COUNTY FIRE PROTECTION Supplies 30.00 Two Valley Tire, LLC Supplies 12,190.00 US CUSTOMS SERVICE Services 93.42 US CUSTOMS SERVICE Services 93.42 US CUSTOMS SERVICE Services 149.47 US CUSTOMS SERVICE Services 149.47 US CUSTOMS SERVICE Services 149.47 US CUSTOMS SERVICE Services 149.47 US CUSTOMS SERVICE Services 149.47 US CUSTOMS SERVICE Services 149.47 US CUSTOMS SERVICE Services 205.54 US CUSTOMS SERVICE Services 261.58 US CUSTOMS SERVICE Services 30,859.50 VAIL ELECTRONICS Services 407.00 VALLEY ELECTRIC SUPPLY Supplies 1.90 VALLEY ELECTRIC SUPPLY Supplies 38.38 VALLEY ELECTRIC SUPPLY Supplies 45.78 VALLEY ELECTRIC SUPPLY Supplies 121.38 VALLEY ELECTRIC SUPPLY Supplies 172.00 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 9.49 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 9.93 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 12.40 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 13.65 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 16.18 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 16.42 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 22.48 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 58.37 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 59.64 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 92.32 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 136.94 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 137.90 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 137.98 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 142.44 VISA CARD SERVICES Cash Transfer 96.90 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 4,195.14 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 727.11 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies (275.97) VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 88.97 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Services 77.00 - WESTERN IMPLEMENTS, INC Supplies 144.41 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Services 10.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Services 10.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Services 10.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Services 20.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Services 20.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Services 58.60 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Services 59.65 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Services 59.65 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Services 59.65 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Services 59.65 28 10/05/2010 WESTON SOLUTIONS INCORPORATED Services 2,500.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 4.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 11.45 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 2 7.43 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 45.79 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 61.37 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 88.50 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 35.28 XEROX CORPORATION, INC Services 21.08 XEROX CORPORATION, INC Services 116.92 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE Supplies 97.01 SERVICE Supplies ZEPS SALES &S C pp 147.06 . $ 207,667.33 800 MHZ FUND CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 25.00 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 25.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 2,382.09 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 2,409.27 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 284.38 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 286.18 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 80.50 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 82.40 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 99.73 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 173.90 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 5,174.11 MOTOROLA Services 9,22 1.07 QWEST Services 245.38 QWEST Services 300.48 QWEST CORPORATION Services 1,450.00 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 68.75 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 85.07 $ 22,393.31 PUBLIC HEALTH FUND AFLAC Payroll 222.84 ANNE ROBINSON Services Expense Reimbursement 572.25 ANNE ROBINSON Services Expense Reimbursement 42.00 BETHANY VAN WYK Services Expense Reimbursement 101.00 CDW GOVERNMENT Supplies 3,540.00 CDW GOVERNMENT Supplies 3,835.00 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 25.00 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 25.00 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 192.30 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 192.30 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 222.77 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 222.77 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 30,112.11 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 31,162.40 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Services 500.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Services 500.00 GABRIELA VELASCO Services 53.81 GABRIELA VELASCO Services 21.00 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 3,759.98 29 10/05/2010 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 3,879.34 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 117.70 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 117.70 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 98.48 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 98.48 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 219.08 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 219.08 HENRY SCHEIN Supplies 1,131.43 JENNIE WAHRER Services Expense Reimbursement 92.50 Kelly Matias Services Expense Reimbursement 45.94 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES Services 41.32 MEDI BADGE INCORPORATED Supplies 38.70 MERCEDES GARCIA Services Expense Reimbursement 52.96 MERCEDES GARCIA Services Expense Reimbursement 50.00 MERCEDES GARCIA Services Expense Reimbursement 50.00 METROPOLITAN PATHOLOGIST PC Supplies 54.00 METROPOLITAN PATHOLOGIST PC Supplies 144.00 REBECCA LARSON Services Expense Reimbursement 24.00 REBECCA LARSON Services Expense Reimbursement 28.00 REBECCA LARSON Services Expense Reimbursement 153.00 SMITH MEDICAL PARTNERS LLC Supplies 283.62 SMITH MEDICAL PARTNERS LLC Supplies 494.36 SONDRA MANSKE Services Expense Reimbursement 110.90 Staples Advantage Supplies 37.98 Staples Advantage Supplies 75.96 Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada Payroll 45.15 THERESA CAREY Services Expense Reimbursement 6.00 THERESA CAREY Services Expense Reimbursement 84.00 THERESA CAREY Services Expense Reimbursement 42.00 VAIL VALLEY CHARITABLE FUND Services 8,750.00 VAIL VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER Services 70.00 VAIL VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER Services 35,062.50 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Supplies 51.69 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Supplies 62.63 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Supplies 184.47 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 182.16 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 234.32 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 615.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 17.33 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 44.68 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 94.81 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 183.86 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 41.80 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 3.72 $ 128,737.18 HOUSING AUTHORITY Association Voice, Inc. Services 1,800.00 CHOLPON LORD Services Expense Reimbursement 35.02 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 576.90 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 576.90 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 399.05 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 399.05 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Payroll 6,202.00 Colorado Mountain News Media Supplies 465.94 30 10/05/2010 , Colorado Mountain News Media Supplies 4,636.93 Eagle County Housing & Development Authority Cash Transfer 432,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 19,020.29 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 19,295.56 ECONOMIC COUNCIL OF EAGLE Services 7,500.00 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 2,550.10 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 2,552.58 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 64.3.30 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 643.30 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 290.67 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 290.67 IMPACT GRAPHICS AND SIGNS Supplies 581.00 Jill Klosterman Services Expense Reimbursement 186.50 LEONA PERKINS Services Expense Reimbursement 164.50 ROCKY MOUNTAIN REPROGRAPH Supplies 75.98 Staples Advantage Supplies 28.75 Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada Payroll 23.04 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 348.22 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 40.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 257.85 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 54.12 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 59.50 XEROX CORPORATION, INC Services 298.45 XEROX CORPORATION, INC Services 522.84 YURI KOSTICK Services Expense Reimbursement 69.00 $ 502,598.01 OPEN SPACE HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 203.48 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED Services 94.56 WESTERN LAND GROUP INCORPORATED Capital 433.70 WESTERN LAND GROUP INCORPORATED Capital 1,403.63 $ 2,140.37 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND ATTENTION FINANCE EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT Cash Transfer 1,161,993.00 Davis Partnership PC Capital 20,964.52 FCI CONSTRUCTION, INC. Capital 250,680.10 ISC, Inc Capital 5,712.50 ISC, Inc Capital 608.40 ISC, Inc Capital 7,646.55 LEWAN AND ASSOCIATES Capital 1,640.00 MARCIN ENGINEERING INCORPORATED Capital 80.00 REILLY JOHNSON Capital 31,41(1.24 REILLY JOHNSON Capital 1,942.50 Wayne Shelton Drilling, Inc Capital 12,500.00 $ 1,495,177.81 JMC -COP DEBT SERVICE FUND WELLS FARGO BROKERAGE Services 1,200.00 $ 1,200.00 LANDFILL 31 10/05/2010 AFLAC Payroll 32.64 CAROLINA SOFTWARE Services 1,367.07 CCED Consolidated Electrical Distributors Supplies 76.27 CCED Consolidated Electrical Distributors Supplies 160.49 Clean Energy Economy for the Region Services 341.00 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 150.00 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 150.00 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 73.07 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 73.07 COLLETTS Supplies (60.00) COLLETTS Supplies 529.90 DOWN VALLEY SEPTIC AND DRAIN Services 292.50 DOWN VALLEY SEPTIC AND DRAIN Services 343.50 DOWN VALLEY SEPTIC AND DRAIN Services 487.50 DOWN VALLEY SEPTIC AND DRAIN Services 562.50 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 21,031.24 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 21,208.18 EAGLE VALLEY TEMPS Services 3,219.00 EAGLE VALLEY TEMPS Services 3,857.25 EAGLE VALLEY TEMPS Services 3,931.27 EAGLE VALLEY TEMPS Services 4,037.63 EAGLE VALLEY TEMPS Services 4,088.50 EPG COMPANIES Supplies 24.75 GREAT AMERICA LEASING Services 79.00 GREAT AMERICA LEASING Services 138.00 GREAT AMERICA LEASING Services 138.00 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 2,686.44 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 2,691.26 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 439.41 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 33.44 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 707.10 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 707.10 HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS Services 6.83 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 25.33 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 35.21 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 63.00 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 85.49 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 218.07 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 1,786.70 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS - COSTCO WHOLESALE Supplies 9.34 Kaeser Compressors, Inc. Services 373.75 Kaeser Compressors, Inc. Supplies 208.04 KRW CONSULTING Services 2,145.50 Lawson Products, Inc Supplies 172.93 LBA ASSOCIATES Services 4,203.50 MTI Technologies Inc. Supplies 1,250.08 NORTHERN SAFETY COMPANY INCORPORATED Supplies 380.16 PST ENTERPRISES INC Services 21.60 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 25.25 SKYLINE MECHANICAL INCORPORATED Capital 882.40 Staples Advantage Supplies 94.80 Staples Advantage Supplies 182.31 Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada Payroll 97.30 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS Services 67.60 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS Services 67.60 32 10/05/2010 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS Services 67.60 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS Services 142.60 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS Services 142.60 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS Services 142.60 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS Services 267.60 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS Services 267.60 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS Services 267.60 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 55.52 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 566.41 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 233.36 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Services 52.46 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Services 62.21 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Services 507.39 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Services 724.88 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 26.25 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 32.20 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 34.60 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 51.30 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 57.55 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE Supplies 126.30 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE Supplies 131.95 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE Supplies 199.66 $ 90,220.11 MOTOR POOL A AND E TIRE INCORPORATED Supplies :I 1.90 A AND E TIRE INCORPORATED Supplies 24.60 A AND E TIRE INCORPORATED Supplies (1.50) A AND E TIRE INCORPORATED Supplies 380.00 A AND E TIRE INCORPORATED Supplies 1,085.22 A AND E TIRE INCORPORATED Supplies 1,136.72 A AND E TIRE INCORPORATED Supplies 1,623.04 A AND E TIRE INCORPORATED Supplies 2,725.80 AFLAC Payroll 39.96 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED Services 85.72 BIGHORN MOTORS Services 19.00 BIGHORN MOTORS Supplies 228.55 BURT CHEVROLET Supplies 49.95 BURT CHEVROLET Supplies 92.57 BURT CHEVROLET Supplies 141.95 BURT CHEVROLET Supplies 152.18 BURT CHEVROLET Supplies 322.32 BURT CHEVROLET Supplies 324.13 BURT CHEVROLET Supplies 455.47 CCG SYSTEMS, INC Services 1,429.30 CCG SYSTEMS, INC Services 1,905.70 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 24.34 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 34.92 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 48.70 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 69.84 Century Link Services 37.75 33 10/05/2010 i Century Link Services 37.75 Century Link Services 37.75 Century Link Services 37.75 Claims Services Group, Inc Services 159.00 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 69.23 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 69.23 COLLETTS Services 226.75 COLLBI I S Supplies 3,719.10 COLLETTS Supplies 509.66 COLLETTS Supplies 600.91 COLLETTS Supplies 871.35 COLLETTS Supplies 873.64 COLLETTS Supplies 1,975.56 COLLETTS Supplies 2,070.36 COLLETTS Supplies 2,227.60 COLLETTS Supplies 4,064.71 COLLETTS Supplies 4,984.58 COLLETTS Supplies 5,479.00 COLLETTS Supplies 6,863.18 COLLETTS Supplies 10,029.27 COLLETTS Supplies 11,102.56 COLLETTS Supplies 11,768.26 COLLETTS Supplies 18,112.52 COLLETTS Supplies 18,457.71 COLLETTS Supplies 18,725.04 COLLETTS Supplies 18,748.97 COLORADO MOUNTAIN MEDICAL Services 116.00 COLUMBINE MARKET Supplies 7.33 COLUMBINE MARKET Supplies 14.66 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN Supplies 2,495.94 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies (500.00) DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies (143.00) DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies 23.34 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies 23.34 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies 25.32 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies 29.23 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies 49.33 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies 76.11 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies 80.11 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies 88.96 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies 90.21 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies 119.12 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies 192.75 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies 298.06 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies 361.58 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies 889.62 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies 1,242.71 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 24,051.33 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 26,977.66 G & S TOOL CLINIC LLC Services 6.60 G & S TOOL CLINIC LLC Supplies 16.76 G & S TOOL CLINIC LLC Supplies 3.72 G & S TOOL CLINIC LLC Supplies 120.39 GILLIG LLC Supplies 2,344.39 GO AUTONATION SSC Supplies (124.95) 34 10/05/2010 • GO AUTONATION SSC Supplies (117.60) GO AUTONATION SSC Supplies (53.42) GO AUTONATION SSC Supplies 104.00 GO AUTONATION SSC Supplies 11'7.60 GO AUTONATION SSC Supplies 124.95 GO AUTONATION SSC Supplies 149.30 GO AUTONATION SSC Supplies 171.10 GO AUTONATION SSC Supplies 208.00 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 3,085.28 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 3,443.48 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 902.57 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 1,015.30 Gusty Kanakis Payroll 1,961.36 11,11 & H AUTOMOTIVE PAINT INC Supplies 59.10 H,H & H AUTOMOTIVE PAINT INC Supplies 14 5.64 H,H & H AUTOMOTIVE PAINT INC Supplies 14 5.65 H,H & H AUTOMOTIVE PAINT INC Supplies 189.86 HENSLEY BATTERY AND ELECTRONICS Supplies 118.15 HENSLEY BATTERY AND ELECTRONICS Supplies 166.80 HENSLEY BATTERY AND ELECTRONICS Supplies 195.60 HENSLEY BATTERY AND ELECTRONICS Supplies 208.50 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 130.30 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 1,740.36 KLAM AMERICA CORP Supplies 888.42 Lawson Products, Inc Supplies (14.20) Lawson Products, Inc Supplies (7.10) Lawson Products, Inc Supplies 85.48 Lawson Products, Inc Supplies 100.94 Lawson Products, Inc Supplies 106.37 Lawson Products, Inc Supplies 17 D.99 Lawson Products, Inc Supplies 201.91 Lawson Products, Inc Supplies 21 2.78 LAYTON TRUCK EQUIPMENT, LLC Supplies 239.00 McCandless Truck Center, LLC Supplies 28.36 MESAMACK SALES & SERVICE INC, DBA Supplies :I 5.85 MOTOROLA Services 10,488.60 NEW PIG CORPORATION Supplies 191.86 NEW PIG CORPORATION Supplies 383.78 NOVUS AUTOGLASS Services 80.40 NOVUS AUTOGLASS Supplies 187.60 POWER MOTIVE Supplies 113.20 POWER MOTIVE Supplies 143.71 PREMIER TIRE TERMINAL Supplies (104.50) PREMIER TIRE TERMINAL Supplies 874.82 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 43.30 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 102.98 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 45.07 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 2,398.70 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 2,627.38 SOURCE GAS Services 113.46 Staples Advantage Supplies 0.70 Staples Advantage Supplies 1.40 Staples Advantage Supplies 11.91 Staples Advantage Supplies 23.83 Staples Advantage Supplies 25.82 35 10/05/2010 Staples Advantage Supplies 25.83 Staples Advantage Supplies 52.70 Staples Advantage Supplies 52.70 Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada Payroll 17.97 TIRE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS Services 100.00 TIRE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS Supplies 607.00 TIRE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS Supplies 865.12 TIRE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS Supplies 1,214.00 TIRE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS Supplies 1,214.00 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 364.50 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 353.17 UNITED STATES WELDING Supplies 30.01 UNITED TRUCK AND EQUIPMENT Supplies 159.00 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS Services 392.76 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS Services 442.14 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS Services 442.14 US CLEANING PROFESSIONALS Services 442.14 j VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 107.01 I VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 107.02 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 87.62 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 15.07 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 30.13 Vista FD, LLC Supplies 152.72 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies (137.95) WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies (113.34) WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies (7.96) WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 2.31 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 7.96 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 22.72 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 32.26 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 35.78 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 49.24 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 54.31 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 65.87 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 65.87 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 107.14 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 107.14 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 113.34 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 117.80 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 137.95 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 142.63 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 162.03 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 162.39 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 323.18 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED Services 151.49 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Services 87.51 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Services 175.04 XEROX CORPORATION, INC Services 33.56 XEROX CORPORATION, INC Services 67.12 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE Supplies 19.98 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE Supplies 39.98 $ 256,540.99 INSURANCE RESERVE ARTWORKS THE Services 320.00 36 10/05/2010 $ 320.00 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 60,300.57 CNIC Health Solutions Payroll 1,940.74 Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada Payroll 4,26 7.67 Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada Payroll 3,574.63 $ 70,083.61 E911 FUND INTRADO INCORPORATED Services 1,273.69 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES Services 545.22 QWEST Services 32.75 QWEST Services 117.18 QWEST Services 4,103.15 $ 6,071.99 Grand Total $ 7,035,031.50 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 October 4, 2010 (subject to review by the Finance Director) Finance Department Representative B. Resolution 2010 -122 for Final Release of Collateral and Termination of the Warranty Period for \'illage Walk LLC Engineering /County Attorney's Office Representative C. Resolution 2010 -123 Adopting Eagle County Emergency Operations Plan, Appendix U Barry Smith, Emergency Management D. Amended Encroachment Easement Agreement between Eagle County and Neste Revocable Trust Ben Gerdes, Engineering E. Amended Encroachment Easement Agreement between Eagle County and Misha R. Moritz and Kaia Borgen Moritz Ben Gerdes, Engineering Chairman Fisher asked the Attorney's Office if there were any changes to the Consent Agenda. Bryan Treu, County Attorney stated there were no revisions or changes. Commissioner Stavney moved to approve the Consent Agenda, Items A -E. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Citizen Input Chairman Fisher opened and closed public input, as there was none. 37 10/05/2010 Resolution 2010 -124 Authorizing Alexander E. Potente to Execute All Legal Documents Necessary for Effectuating the Rental and Sale of 1050 West Beaver Creek Boulevard, Sunridge Unit #D204, Avon, Colorado Alex Potente, Housing & Development Mr. Potente explained the situation. The county owned the property with the intent to resell it. Given the cost associated with the property it made sense to rent the property in the interim allowing the market to recover. The resolution would allow him to execute the rental and sales documents for the property. Chairman Fisher asked about the rental rate. Mr. Potente stated that the rental rate was $1000.00 Commissioner Stavney asked about the price point. Ms. Potente stated that the price was $199.00 Chairman Fisher asked about allowing early sales to employees. Kim Williams stated that they had a person ready to go. Commissioner Stavney moved to approve the resolution authorizing Alexander E. Potente to execute all legal documents necessary for effecting the rental and sale of 1050 West Beaver Creek Boulevard, Sunridge Unit #D 204, Avon, Colorado. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Resolution Modify and Adopt the Miller Ranch Housing Guidelines with Exhibit "A" Dated January 9, 2007 (Resolution No. 2007 -001) Alex Potente, Housing & Development Kim Williams presented the modifications to the guidelines. She explained that the original guidelines were approved in December of 2003. Since that time, there has been a second version approved in 2007 and this represented the third version to help make the operation function better. There were a few changes to appreciation and capital improvements. There were capital improvements approved for 10% for a 10 -year period. The proposal included changing this to 10% for a 5 year period. They were implementing a depreciation schedule for these improvements. They had been working on these revisions for the past 24 months. They held several community meetings and received good feedback from the property owner's association. The deed restriction would not change. Commissioner Stavney asked about the inspection part of the program. Ms. Williams explained that an inspection would be performed when a property was being sold. Mr. Potente indicated that Miller Ranch properties were 4 to 10 years old and it was important that the properties be well maintained. They want to provide incentives for people to provide upkeep for their properties. Miller Ranch was subsidized by taxpayer dollars and as such the county had an interest in making sure the properties were maintained. The properties are desirable and there was still good demand for the product. Chairman Fisher asked about the 3 different homeowner associations within Miller Ranch. She wondered about the exterior issues and larger repairs that were jointly shared. Ron Neville, Miller Ranch board member stated that of the 3 HOA's, he served on the property owners association which oversaw the entire development. The other 2 associations operated on separate budgets. Those budgets had a more extensive reserve set up for exterior improvements. Chairman Fisher asked Mr. Neville if he was comfortable with the reserves being created and the process for determining when and to what extent improvements may be required. Mr. Neville stated that they recently hired an outside company to perform a reserve study. Commissioner Stavney stated that if the product was not being maintained it reflected poorly on the county. Mr. Neville stated that there intent was keep Miller Ranch an affordable, family oriented community. As a board, they were very supportive of the process. Commissioner Runyon stated that this concept had been presented right after the 2007 amendments. He understood the situation and thanked Alex and Kim for doing this due diligence. Chairman Fisher opened public comment. 38 10/05/2010 Stacy Lake spoke to the board as a resident of Miller Ranch. He spoke about the capital improvement depreciation schedule. He wanted to finish his unfinished basement. 10% of his purchase price was less than the cost to finish his basement. He was concerned that there were many building materials not specifically mentioned in this depreciation schedule such as framing, plumbing, drywall, etc. He hoped these expenses would be included. Chairman Fisher wondered if Mr. Lake had brought these concerns up at the meetings. Mr. Lake indicated that he attended a couple meetings. Ms. Williams stated that it had been discussed that the structure of finishing a basement could be included in the base price. The structural parts could be included in the base price and the other items such as carpet would be depreciated. Commissioner Stavney understood Mr. Lake's concern and wondered about a slight revision to the document to clarify these issues. Ms. Williams stated that the language addressed structural finished space. Mr. Potente stated that it was staff's interpretation that the drywall, framing, internal plumbing, etc. were part of the base price. Commissioner Stavney suggested that staff insert some additional language making clear what did add to the value of the house. Chairman Fisher felt that the next 60 days after adoption would be the critical time for those who had already completed some improvements. She hoped that the language would be well spelled out for people like Mr. Lake who want to invest in their home. Mr. Potente suggested that page 11 have some descriptions added as a condition of approval. Chairman Fisher requested tabling to agreement to clean up the language. Commissioner Runyon moved to table the document to a later meeting. Commissioner Stavney seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. First Amendment to Service Agreement between Funding Partners and Eagle County for the Administration of Eagle County Payment Assistance Programs Jill Klosterman, Housing & Development Ms. Klosterman spoke to the board. The amendment was an extension of the loan servicing agreement from 2005. Funding Partners did all of the loan servicing for the down payment assistant loan program. The amendment represented a 5 -year extension to the contract. Chairman Fisher opened and closed public input, as there was none. Commissioner Runyon moved to approve the amendment to the service agreement between Funding Partners and Eagle County for the administration of Eagle County payment assistance programs. Commissioner Stavney seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Resolution 2010 -125 Concerning Assessor Generated Petitions for Abatements and Refunds of Taxes Assessor's Office Representative Shannon Hurst Ms. Hurst mentioned that they were working on getting the dollar amount for abatements back to January 1S The following were assessor generated abatements and they were recommending abatement for the year 2009. Some of the larger abatements were due to commercial properties, which had a larger tax rate. Chairman Fisher indicated that this was housekeeping. This year was different from previous periods as so many people appealed their assessed value. This had a direct impact on the general fund. There was an estimate of these abatement amounts, but they would need to be recalculated for 2009. Chairman Fisher opened and closed public comment, as there was none. 39 10/05/2010 Petitioner Schedule No. B.T. Stern Family Estate Planning LLC R057971 B. T. Stern Family Estate Planning LLC R057972 Krista K. Behr R052381 Restated 1982 Knud C. Stobbe Convertible Trust R051120 Joseph W. Jr. & Nancy Franz R059168 Nathan A. & Hazel J. Free R057977 Lot 4 Project LLC R057978 Don & Mary Evenson Living Trust R050342 Cameron C. Turner R057980 Lot 4 Project LLC R059134 Benjamin & Julie Zeeb R051265 Amie Morgan R051240 Schubert Siblings Trust 2005 Michael J. & Thomas F. Schubert Trustees R021622 Hanno J. Fontaine R055650 Hedy & Kenneth G. Gurrentz R039482 Robert & Jennifer Mach R054008 Steinberg Family Trust — Florence A. Steinberg Bypass Trust R010150 Spurr — Portmann Family Living Trust R063175 Thomas K. Boyd — Oakwood Trust R007350 David Caldarola R057967 Brian M. & Julie T. Claydon R057943 Chris & Shannon Fedrizzi R050278 Andrew & Yvette Young R063183 Kathryn C. Poch R047852 Nancy Jo King R060515 Schnoor Corporation R063189 Edwards Corner LLC R055208 ST Just LLC R041167 KLS Ranch LLC R052956 Lot 28 Airpark LLC R054688 Riverwalk Gillie LLC R040134 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 & Recorder APPLICANT: Beaver Creek Food Services, Inc. DBA: Zach's Cabin REPRESENTATIVE: Eric Pottorff, Director of Food & Beverage, BC Mountain Dining LOCATION: Beaver Creek Mountain REQUEST: Modify Optional Premise #2, Mamie's Deck STAFF REPRESENTATIVE: Kathy Scriver DESCRIPTION: 40 10/05/2010 The applicant wishes to modify optional premise #2, Mamie's Deck - adding additional deck space, a yurt, and a preparation/storage building. The Yurt will be used for seating on inclement days. Mamie's Deck was added December of 2009. The deck area includes a small restaurant building and outdoor grills, which were used this past winter season during lunch hours. The distance between Zach's Cabin and Mamie's Deck is approximately 2,850 feet. This modification 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. As the license boundary will change, public notice was given by posted on the premises 10 days prior to the hearing. 4. All fees have been paid. CONCERNS / ISSUES: None DISCUSSION: Ms. Scriver explained the request. She introduced Eric Pottorff, Director of Food and Beverage on Vail Mountain. Mr. Pottorff spoke about the deck, which had a grill, and was popular on sunny days. They were proposing adding a yurt for stormy days. Commissioner Runyon wondered about Forest Service approval. Mr. Pottorff stated that it was on private land. Chairman Fisher asked about the liquor area. Mr. Pottorff stated that it included the yurt and a buffer area. There would be 15 signs around the boundary, which would be movable for snow removal. Commissioner Stavney moved that the Local Liquor Licensing Authority approve the request by Beaver Creek Food Service d/b /a Zach's Cabin to modify optional premise #2, Mamie's Deck. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. APPLICANT: DVT, Inc. d/b /a Downvalley Tavern REPRESENTATIVE: Andrew (Drew) and Bonnie Scott, Owners LOCATION: 64 El Jebel Road - El Jebel REQUEST: Transfer of Ownership STAFF REPRESENTATIVE: Kathy Scriver CONCERNS / ISSUES: None DESCRIPTION: The applicant has requested the Transfer of a Hotel and Restaurant Liquor License currently held by Fabulous Foods, Inc. d/b /a Blue Creek Grill. The applicant is currently operating under a temporary permit issued by the local licensing authority, June 29, 2010. In addition to the transfer, the applicant wishes to modify the premises to include an outdoor patio area. This area is included in the applicant's lease document and is contiguous to the licensed premises. LIQUOR AUTHORITY CONSIDERATIONS: 41 10/05/2010 1. Whether the fees have been paid. 2. Whether the applicants are of good moral character 3. If applicant plans to make any physical change, alteration or modification of the licensed premises, whether the premises, and if changed, altered or modified, will meet all of the pertinent requirements of the Colorado Liquor or Beer Codes, including, but not limited to the following factors: a. the reasonable requirements of the neighborhood and the desires of the adult inhabitants; b. the possession, by the licensee, of the changed premises by ownership, lease, rental or other arrangement; c. compliance with the applicable zoning laws of the county; and d. compliance with the distance prohibition in regard to any public or parochial school. STAFF FINDINGS: 1. This application is in order, all applicable requirements have been met, all the proper forms have been provided, and all fees have been paid. 2. The state and local licensing authorities have previously licensed the premises where such alcohol beverages will be sold and such licenses were valid at the time the application for transfer of ownership was filed with the local licensing authority. 3. The applicant is reported to be of good moral character. 4. The Affidavit of Transfer and Statement of Compliance has been received. 5. The applicant is over 21, fingerprints are on file. 6. Public notice was given by the posting of a sign in a conspicuous place on the premises for both requests, September 24, 2010, 10 days prior to the hearing. 7. Publication of the notice is not required for a transfer of ownership. 8. The applicant does not wish to make any physical changes, alterations, or modifications to the licensed premises, which would alter the licensed premises, or the usage of the licensed premises. STAFF CONCLUSION: The applicant has met all the necessary requirements for a transfer of ownership and all findings are positive. DISCUSSION: Ms. Scriver presented the request. The owner, Drew Scott was present. The owner was currently operating under a temporary permit. Mr. Scott was also requesting a modification of premises to include a patio area, which had not been previously licensed. Public notice had been given and no protests had been received. Commissioner Stavney asked how business had been. Mr. Scott stated that business had been good so far and there had been no concerns. 42 10/05/2010 Commissioner Stavney asked if many people walked to the restaurant because there was recently a capital improvement request to add a sidewalk in the area. Mr. Scott stated that not many people walked to the restaurant. Chairman Fisher asked about people leaving the patio. Mr. Scott asked if a fence needed a minimum height. Ms. Scriver indicated there was no specific requirement pertaining to height. Chairman Fisher suggested the premises be clearly identified and defined on the map. Chairman Fisher opened and closed public comment, as there was none. Commissioner Runyon moved that the Local Liquor Licensing Authority, incorporating staff's findings, approve the transfer of a hotel and restaurant liquor license currently held by Fabulous Foods, Inc. d/b /a Blue Creek Grill to DVT, Inc. d/b /a Downvalley Tavern. Commissioner Stavney seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Runyon moved to adjourn as the Local Liquor Licensing Authority and reconvene as the Eagle County Board of County Commissioners. Commissioner Stavney seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. VIS -2692 Berlaimont Estates Ben Gerdes, Engineering ACTION: The purpose of this Variance from Improvement Standards is for a road to provide access to a private in- holding within the White River National Forest. LOCATION: Berlaimont Road, Edwards Area TITLE: Berlaimont Estates Road FILE NO.: VIS -2692, Variance from Improvement Standards RELATED FILE NO.: IAR -2130 OWNER: Berlaimont Estates, LLC APPLICANT: Berlaimont Estates, LLC REPRESENTATIVE: Michael English, English and Associates Inc. 1. PROJECT DESCRIPTION A. SUMMARY: Berlaimont Estates, LLC (Applicant) owns a 680 -acre in- holding within the White River National Forest. The property is currently undeveloped and has historically been used for grazing. The Applicant desires to plat the 680 -acre track into nineteen, 35 -acre residential lots. Each lot could be developed with a single- family and an accessory dwelling unit. Section 4- 620.J.9.c(4) of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations require that access roads serving more than three residences meet applicable Eagle County Road Standards. The Applicant is seeking several Variances from Improvement Standards including Dual Access ( ECLUR 4- 620.J.1.h), Emergency Vehicle Turnaround Areas (ECLUR 4- 620.D.10.d) and Road Improvement Standards (ECLUR 4- 620.J). B. CHRONOLOGY: 43 10/05/2010 December 11, 1979 Spring Creek Ranch, LLC purchased the property for $182,500 June 16, 2005 CR Nevada Associates, LLC purchased the property for $5,865,000 March 6, 2008 Berlaimont Estates, LLC purchased the property for $9,500,000 IAR -2130 - Interagency referral from White River National Forest to provide 2008 -2009 input on the proposed Berlaimont Estates application for an access easement. April 9, 2010 Applicant submits application for variance to improvement standards to Eagle County June 28, 2010 Applicant requests that the April 9, 2010 application for variance to improvement standards be withdrawn. July 14, 2010 Applicant re- submits application for variance to improvement standards to Eagle County C. SITE DATA: Surrounding Land Uses / Zoning: East: USFS — White River National Forest West: USFS — White River National Forest North: USFS — White River National Forest South: USFS — White River National Forest Existing Zoning: Resource Proposed Zoning: Resource Proposed No. of Dwelling 19 primary and up to 19 accessory Dwelling Units Units: Total Area: 680 acres Water: Individual Cistern — Potable water trucked to each residence Sewer: Individual Septic Access: Moonridge Drive 2. STAFF REPORT A. REFERRAL RESPONSES The referral notice was distributed on August 9, 2010 and Adjacent Property Owners Letters were distributed on August 26, 2010. The following section referenced the comments of all responses to Eagle County prior to the date of this writing: Eagle County Engineering Department — Please refer to attached referral response letter dated August 27, 2010 and follow up correspondence from the Applicant dated September 7, 2010. Colorado Division of Wildlife — Please refer to attached referral response letter dated August 27, 2010 Colorado Geological Survey — Please refer to attached referral response letter dated August 31, 2010 Berry Creek Metropolitan District / Singletree Property Owners Association — Please refer to attached referral response e-mail dated August 27, 2010 Mark Blickenstaff— Please refer to attached Adjacent Property Owner response e-mail dated September 1, 2010 Todd Williams - Please refer to attached Adjacent Property Owner response e-mail dated August 29, 2010 44 10/05/2010 Bill Anderson- Please refer to attached Adjacent Property Owner response e -mail dated September 25, 2010 B. STAFF DISCUSSION: Section 4 -600 of the ECLUR defines the purpose of improvement standards as the minimum design criteria and standards for infrastructure development in unincorporated Eagle County. The criteria and standards are intended to protect and promote the public health, safety and welfare of the residents and visitors of Eagle County. The Applicant is proposing a 19 lot 35 -acre residential development with an estimated average daily trip (ADT) generation of 245 vehicles per day (see No 4. of Alpine Engineering's referral response letter dated September 7, 2010). The proposed ADT corresponds with the Eagle County roadway functional classification of Rural Minor Collector, Type V. The ECLUR Improvement Standards set the geometric dimensions for the design of each classification of roadway. In order to achieve the desired design the applicant is requesting the following Variances from Improvement Standards: 1. Dual Access. ECLUR Section 4- 620.J.1.h: With the exception of properties proposed to be served from the public roadway system by driveways or by urban cul -de -sacs, two (2) points of ingress / egress to the public roadway system shall be provided, such that in the event a road within the subdivision becomes impassable, all properties will continue to have access to a public roadway system. Both points of access should be open available for daily use. In the event that this is not possible, and at a minimum, there shall be provided a secondary emergency point of ingress / egress equipped with emergency breakaway barriers capable of accommodating emergency response vehicles commonly operated by the Local Fire Authority Having Jurisdiction for all new development or redevelopment. Secondary emergency access points must be kept free of obstruction, and must be maintained to assure year round use. Depending upon the length of the road, the wildfire hazard rating, the number of units proposed, the topography and the recommendation of the Local Fire Authority Having Jurisdiction, the Board of County Commissioners may, at their discretion, grant a variance from this required improvement standard. The Applicant has cited the following conditions that they contend represent a hardship to the Applicant if a variance to the Dual Access requirement is not granted: 1. The limitation on access across National Forest System (NFS) lands to one access roadway. The property constitutes and in- holding within the White River National Forest and as such may be granted a permanent easement for year -round access to accommodate "reasonable use and . enjoyment" as required by the Alaskan National Interest Lands Conservation Act (ANILCA). A permanent easement, granted under this act and reviewed through NEPA, however, would allow only one point of entry and one access roadway, largely following existing Forest Service roads. 2. Limitation of access through adjoining private properties. There are no adjoining private lands through which a secondary access could be established that would not also necessitate access through NFS lands that are limited by the condition described in the previous paragraph. 3. The exceptional topographic conditions approaching and within the property. As contemplated specifically in Sections 5 -260 and 4 -620 of the ECLUR, access to the property is characterized by exceptional topographic conditions that make access design more challenging. Three cross - sections through the site (see Figures 4, 5 and 6 of the application) show the general character of the existing terrain. Even if a second access point could be established, the slope gradients between the property and the nearest access to the County Roadway System would make such access impractical for emergency use. 45 10/05/2010 4. The consideration of visual and environmental factors. The establishment of a permanent easement for access across the NFS requires careful consideration of a variety of visual and environmental resource parameters. Beyond the limitations identified above, a second access point would only increase the potential for visual or environmental impact. 2. Emergency Vehicle Turnaround Areas. ECLUR Section 4- 620.D.10.d: Emergency vehicle turnaround areas shall be required on rural cul -de -sacs at the initial 1,000 foot mark and at 1,000 foot intervals for the remaining length of road. The Local Fire Authority Having Jurisdiction may recommend an alternative spacing plan for the turnaround areas. The turnaround areas shall be constructed in accordance with Section 4- 620.D.11, Vehicle Turnarounds. The Applicant has proposed 14 Emergency Vehicle Turnarounds along the 5.32 mile roadway. These turnarounds are spaced at intervals between 945 -feet and 4,050 -feet. The Eagle River Fire Protection District (ERFPD) has reviewed the proposed turnaround plan and in a memorandum dated March 15, 2010 stated that the "turning movements depicted in the submittal appear to accommodate the department's ladder truck." 3. Road Design Standards. ECLUR Section 4 -620: The proposed road is estimated to carry an average of 245 vehicle trips per day. This volume corresponds to the Eagle County Rural Minor Collector, Type V standard. This road would have 10 -foot paved driving lanes with 3 -foot gravel shoulders on each side. The Applicant has requested variances to geometric road design standards as listed in the table below. In addition, they are requesting a variance from the maximum road speed. The ECLUR recommends a design speed for this type of road of 20mph. The Applicant is proposing a design speed of 30mph with adequate speed reduction signage where necessary. Through referral, the Engineering Department has also identified the spiral curve lengths and the distance between switchbacks as variances that would be required based on the proposed design. Alpine Engineering has committed to meet the minimum spiral curve lengths where possible and consider use of simple tangent curves at locations with little tangent deflection. In addition, Alpine Engineering has provided an alternate switchback design that provides the necessary stopping sight distance between curves. Eagle County Comprehensive Plan Section 3.7 of the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan, Wildlife Resources states as its Goal: Preserve and / or enhance the quality of wildlife habitat, and the vitality of wildlife populations in Eagle County. Section 3.7.2 Wildlife Concerns lists the following policies: a) The integrity, quality and interconnected nature of critical wildlife habitat in Eagle County should be preserved. b) The well -being of wildlife species of economic importance should be actively monitored and protected. c) The well -being of wildlife species of less economic importance and those on the rare and endangered species list should be actively monitored and protected. This section further lists elk, mule deer and sage grouse as species considered for protection. The Division of Wildlife in their referral response expressed their concern for the impacts of the Berlaimont Road on these species. Section 3.7.3 Development Impacts lists the following policies: 46 10/05/2010 d) Development in areas critical to the continued well being of Eagle County's wildlife populations should not be allowed. e) Where disturbances to wildlife habitat cannot be avoided, development should be required to fully mitigate potential negative impacts. Section 3.7.4 Habitat Protection at the Landscape Scale lists the following policies: f) Broad development patterns and the cumulative impacts of incremental development on wildlife habitat and wildlife populations should be accounted for in the decision making process. 3.7.5 Habitat Protection at the Site Scale lists the following policies: g) Wildlife friendly measures should be incorporated into the design of individual home sites and neighborhoods. h) Measures designed to protect wildlife from contact with human activities and disturbances should be implemented and enforced. i) Access to public lands and opportunities for public land recreation should be balanced with the need to preserve quality wildlife habitat. C. STAFF FINDINGS: Section 4 -600 of the ECLUR defines the purpose of improvement standards as the minimum design criteria and standards for infrastructure development in unincorporated Eagle County. The criteria and standards are intended to protect and promote the public health, safety, and welfare of the residents and visitors of Eagle County. Further, Section 4- 610.A.2 of the ECLUR states: Standards Are Not Inflexible. These design criteria and standards provide a certain level of performance, however, they are not inflexible. If an alternate design, procedure, or material can be show to provide performance and/or environmental sensitivity which reflects community values equal to or, better than that established by these standards, said alternative may be recommended for approval by the County Engineer. In evaluating the proposed alternate the County Engineer shall follow the procedures in Section 5- 260.G., Variance From Improvement Standards. The County Engineer's evaluation shall consider whether the alternative will provide for an equivalent level of public safety and whether the alternative will be equally durable so that normally anticipated user and maintenance costs will not be increased. However, we must also consider that the Board of County Commissioners has adopted Resolution. No. 2009 -115 in response to numerous and substantial public safety concerns recommending strict enforcement of the ECLUR Improvement Standards with the opportunity for the applicant to appeal to the board for a Variance to these Standards. The applicant has made an effort to follow the existing Forest Service roads and where possible an alignment that minimizes visual impacts to the I -70 corridor. However, a decision on these Variance requests must account for wildlife protection, wildfire protection and access for emergency services. It is the opinion of the Engineering Department that if the BoCC finds that a Variance to Improvement Standards is justified, the sub - standard geometric features of the proposed road can be mitigated. However, the impact of the road raises issues of wildlife impact and mitigation that the Engineering Department would rely on the Division of Wildlife to answer. Additionally, we would rely on the ERFPD for the sufficiency of the proposed emergency vehicle turnarounds and the necessity of Dual Access for the performance of Emergency Services to the development. Board of County Commissioners Findings The Board of County Commissioners must make the following finding in order to approve or deny this file: (ECLUR 5- 260.G.2.) 47 10/05/2010 Findings for Variance from Improvement Standards Request In determining whether to approve, approve with conditions, or disapprove the application for Variance from Improvement Standards, the Board of County Commissioners shall balance the hardships to the applicant of not granting the Variance against the adverse impact on the health, safety, and welfare of persons affected, and the adverse impact on the lands affected. In approving or approving with conditions that are necessary to ensure compliance with the terms of this Subsection, these Regulations, and the Comprehensive Plan. D. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OPTIONS: 1. Approve the [VARIANCE] 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 [VARIANCE] request if it is determined that the petition will adversely affect the public health, safety, and welfare and/or the proposed use is not attuned with the immediately adjacent and nearby neighborhood properties and uses and the proposal is not in compliance with both the Eagle County Land Use Regulations and with the guidelines of the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan (and/or other applicable master plans). 3. Table the [VARIANCE] request if additional information is required to fully evaluate the petition. Give specific direction to the petitioner and staff. 4. Approve the [VARIANCE] 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). DISCUSSION: Mr. Gerdes showed some maps and photos of the property location. He explained the request to subdivide the acreage into 19 residential lots. The applicant requested variances from the dual access requirements, emergency vehicle access and road improvement standards. He reviewed the various standards. The applicant cited 4 conditions of hardship to create the dual access. The applicant would also like a 30 mph road. Commissioner Stavney indicated that this location was across from the Edwards' medical center. Mr. Gerdes continued his comparison between the road design standards and what the applicant was proposing. He spoke about the wildfire elements that should also be incorporated in any approval. The upper part of the property was in a moderate wildfire rating zone. Commissioner Stavney wondered about including the comprehensive plan and whether they were technically connected. Mr. Morris stated that this was not a planning file. For purposes of today's request, there was only a request for variance to the road standards. Mr. Gerdes spoke about the impact of the road on current recreational opportunities. Commissioner Stavney asked if the road would be paved. Mr. Gerdes indicated it would be. He provided the commissioner's options. Andy Skillman and Tony Ryan spoke to the board. They introduced the landowner, Peter Lukosh, and shared his commitment to the community and this project. They own the property fee simple, and there was no lender. The landowner's representative included Michael English, Kent Sharp and Jason Marks as planners, and Alpine Engineering representatives Ken Sharp and Rob Lee. Rick Thompson, a certified wildlife biologist, was also present. He thanked county staff for their energy, time and support on the project. They requested withdrawal 48 10/05/2010 of the speed limit request, which would take the speed limit back to 20 mph. He provided some background. He stated that it was 600 acres of private property surrounded by the White River National Forest. There was no year - round access to the property. The land was zoned to allow 19 residential uses by right. The question of whether these homes should be built or not was not the question for this file. There was a constitutional right to access property. There were allowances for variances in cases of hardship. The Forest Service was the only adjoining land owner. They proposed using the existing road alignment. The proposal had been deemed adequate by the fire district. They believe the plans provided benefits to the county. He indicated that the hearing was the beginning of the process and they looked forward to working with the county in a constructive way. Chairman Fisher wondered if there were houses on the property. Mr. Skillman clarified that there were currently no homes on the property. Ken Sharp spoke to the board. He showed maps outlining the property, which was surrounded by Forest Service on all sides. He spoke about Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (or ANILCA) and that it stated that the federal government was required to provide access to private land for reasonable use and enjoyment. The requirement of the Forest Service was for one access, not dual. • They projected a 9 -year phasing plan, which could provide 203 million dollars to the local and regional economy and could create about 1367 full time jobs. He clarified that the project was not seeking high- density residential development. Their desire was to provide necessary, reasonable and safe access in an aesthetically pleasing way. Presently there were summertime - motorized access to the property and non - motorized wintertime access. Commissioner Stavney asked about the existing alignment and the cut of the road. Rob Lee indicated that the proposed road would be wider. Mr. Sharp showed some photos from the other side of the valley. Rick Thompson, Wildlife Biologist stated that he worked on Mountain Star, Strawberry Park and Brett Star ranch to name a few. The impact analysis was consistent with the preliminary analysis provided to the Forest Service. The overall development would affect a wide variety of species. The biggest impact would be for deer and elk as the property and surrounding area is year round habitat. Severe winter ranges were important subsets of the overall winter range. Roads through occupied habitats could result in injury and road kill. Regardless of any access to the parcel, there would be impact to elk winter range. Mr. Sharp continued with discussions about geologic conditions. Chairman Fisher asked whether the proposal would be for paving the road with non - motorized use in winter months. Mr. Sharp stated this was correct. The gate would limit winter traffic. Commissioner Stavney clarified that this referred to public users of the road, not construction traffic. Mr. Sharp stated that they met with Eric Lovgren about the Wildfire protection plan. The project improved access to the area. Any access due to topographical issues would require a variance to the standards. Chairman Fisher asked about accessory dwelling units and whether they would be used for service personnel. Mr. Sharp deferred the question to staff to determine if there would be any accessory dwelling unit restrictions for use. Mr. Gerdes stated that because the nature of the development they had the right to develop ADUs. Commissioner Stavney believed that for the challenge of the terrain and road cuts, there was a lot of money and visual impact involved. He stated that 10 trips per day per unit was a standard count. However, did not take into account second home ownership or ADUs. The truth was that ADUs and second homes would add some trips. Mr. Gerdes stated that it did not seem reasonable to strictly apply the standard for every home being occupied everyday so they tried to come up with rational that seemed reasonable. Mr. Sharp stated that the utilities to the area would be buried. He explained the location of the proposed turnouts. He reiterated the variances being sought. Commissioner Runyon asked about the proposed road entering and exiting the property. Mr. Skillman stated there would be a process for the public to weigh in. The law includes only a requirement for one access. A secondary access could increase potential impacts. He spoke about the emergency turnaround areas being proposed every 1000 feet. The Fire Department could recommend alternative spacing. Chairman Fisher wondered if the Fire Department had made any additional recommendations. Mr. Lee stated that he'd met with the Fire Department to work out the turnaround locations given the topography. The Fire Department seemed comfortable with the spacing and development of the road. Chairman Fisher requested that this information be documented. 49 10/05/2010 Mr. Skillman spoke about public safety and health considerations. The applicant had met several times with Eagle River fire. They believe that granting these variances would not compromise safety and health. The county had applied the variance in other similar circumstances. Rick Thompson stated that the road construction effect would be limited to the activity and building of the road, berms, and retaining walls as opposed to the use of the road. Chairman Fisher wondered if the comments would take into account future development. Mr. Thompson spoke about deer and elk habitat mitigation. He spoke about minimizing habitat loss by utilizing existing road alignment. The variances being requested would minimize impacts to wildlife. There would be locally reduced habitat effectiveness, which would bring in restricted movements. Road construction would have a moderate effect on high quality winter habitat, but the road per se would have minimal impact. Single road vs. dual road would limit this impact. He spoke about spanning bridges and tunnels. He believed fencing would have great impacts on restricting habitat availability. Mr. Skillman stated that they believed the general public would benefit from this road and improvements. He agreed that developers should be held to high standards. He hoped that the board would consider their request and conclude that high standards had been met. Chairman Fisher asked how long the applicant had owned the property. Commissioner Runyon spoke about the property transfer between Spring Creek Ranch and the current owners. Presumably the property was owned previously by a sheep rancher who purchased it without the anticipation of building 19, 35 -acre lots. Mr. Skillman stated that he wasn't sure anyone could speak to the intentions of a prior owner. Commissioner Runyon wondered about why the strange shape was carved out of the Forest Service. Mr. Sharp said that they shape did resemble mining claims. Chairman Fisher opened public input. Dave Neely, District Ranger with the Forest Service spoke. He stated that the lands were lands owned by the public, but managed by the Forest Service. He spoke about the ANILCA, which required access to holdings, but the single point of access was driven by a number of factors. It was based on circumstances of each case and proposed uses did not dictate the form of access. Each case was particular to circumstance. The fact that there was already a gravel road access must be considered. Commissioner Stavney asked if case law did not require looking at future potential uses for road access. The Forest Service could determine that the current road and access was sufficient for current uses. Mr. Neely stated that they would be considering the current condition as well as the proposed uses. Commissioner Stavney stated that if the county granted the variances it acknowledged the proposed use and would steer the Forest Service in the same direction Mr. Neely stated that the board's decisions today would inform their evaluation of the alternatives. Commissioner Runyon wondered about the previous owner's request. He remembered public hearings about this request. Mr. Neely stated that he was not certain as this predated his experience. Bill Johnson spoke. He remembered the previous owners applying for easements and had open houses and it was determined that it would need to go to an environmental impact statement. The application for the easement went away and did not come to anything before the property was sold. There was also a third party that started the process and did not complete it. Commissioner Runyon remembered controversy about this. Mr. Johnson stated that through the public meeting and input it was decided that the Forest Service would pursue it, but no decision was made about the access. Mr. Morris wondered about the intermediate option, which was in the case of three residences the road standards were much less burdensome and expensive. He wondered if this situation had been considered by the Forest Service. Mr. Johnson stated that with three units their access would be a driveway permit instead of a road. The access would determine the reasonable use and enjoyment is of this property. Chairman Fisher wondered if three units were approved whether the Forest Service Rd. would be required to make the road accessible throughout the year or if a seasonal closure would remain in effect. Mr. Gerdes explained there would still be the same requirements for year -round access. 50 10/05/2010 Bill Andree, Division of Wildlife spoke to the board. He believed there was a large error. The land was not surrounded by forest service. The northeast corner was a State Land Board parcel. The Division of Wildlife currently held the recreational lease on the property. He showed the area. In the 1990s Gerald Ray obtained the land rights to delete 4 State Land Board parcels in Eagle County. At that point in time the plan was to develop both parcels totaling about 640 acres, and send a road up the east leg through the northeast corner back into the State Land Board parcel. It is possible that this landowner could purchase the parcel. He first saw a new gate in the location of the new gun range and in the winter, it would be a significant impact on wildlife. The potential for additional recreation would also affect wildlife. There was also a significant different between the forest service review and one by the county in terms of impact determination. This development would have a significant impact. This was considered the second largest deer migration corridor in the state. Once the snow needs to be plowed over the bank in high snow years it would create a fence. The county's mitigation plans were much different from the Forest Service plans. He wasn't sure how they came up with 50 recreational trips a day as the current use was much greater. With a paved road, everyone would drive up the road. He didn't' see discussions about water trucks needed for 19 units with ADUs. The more road cuts the more the snow will drift in. There was also no discussion about public parking, but he expected the public would park in the emergency turnouts. He talked about seasonal access. He preferred a speed limit of 20 mph. He was disappointed that they don't feel spanning bridges were effective. This was not just big game, but small mammals, fish and reptiles. This type of bridge would not have to be fenced. Mountain Star was required to put in spanning bridges. A moose was just killed at 15 miles per hour up at Piney Lake. Chairman Fisher read an excerpt from the DOW letter. Brian Redinger from Red Cliff and framing carpenter spoke. He felt the way the economy was going the work created would be helpful. He specialized in single - family home construction. Kevin Moriarty a resident at 407 Moonridge asked about the elevation change on the road. He wondered about drainage. He was concerned about the drainage and his backyard and the potential for flooding. Mr. Sharp stated that there would be drainage provided and the curbs would be elevated. Margie Stephens spoke. She lived in the area. They bought their property knowing that the road was dirt and closed in the winter. She had an issue with paving the road. She liked the quietness and the dirt road. She felt hardship for the Edwards' residents who liked to recreate. She acknowledged that a berm might be nice but she preferred seeing natural things. They had seen a lot of wildlife in that area in the years she'd lived in the area. Bill Anderson stated that he'd lived on Moonridge drive. He was concerned with 9 years of construction. This seems like a piece of land prime for an open space swap. He didn't understand how the Fire District signed off on this. There was a reason why the road was gated in the winter due to elk habitat. Boosting the economy was a very short-term solution to the economy. He expressed concern for drainage and traffic in the future. Chairman Fisher spoke about the memo from the Deputy Chief of the Fire Department, it did specifically support the variances. The implication that the Fire Department was in support was misleading. Commissioner Stavney concurred. Scott Davis, excavator spoke. He had worked on every major subdivision in the valley. He believed the board had to balance the rights of the property owner versus the perceived rights of the public. Currently the public was using the property and would continue to use it via the access inherent in the process. From a road building point of view and the balance of property owners and the public was well mitigated in the process. He believed there would be a balance between activity, fmancial gains and the rights of the property owners. Commissioner Stavney stated that most of the road was uphill from the existing dirt road and had drainage swale on the downside. Mr. Moriarty wondered who would maintain the culverts and drainage areas. Mr. Gerdes indicated that the property owner's association would maintain the roads, as they were private. AlitzaVagenknechtova lived in Singletree. She was afraid to walk the road due to the extreme activity on the road. There were many bikes, no emergency access and people were shooting guns. She welcomed any road improvements and saw this as an opportunity to provide better access. Chairman Fisher wondered how it would be different. The traffic would be the same only on a wider road. Ms. Vagenknechtova believed a road would provide better access for emergency vehicles. Ron Byrne spoke. He was on these properties many years ago. He felt everyone in the valley needed to look at a global basis. He believed there would be little economic development in the near future and urged the board to consider the development potential to help the economy while considering health, safety and feasibility. Eric Lovgren, wildfire specialist spoke. He spoke about emergency providers and the importance of dual access. On the surface, this would provide better access, and ladder trucks would not be used in this type of area as 51 10/05/2010 this type of landscape was typically addressed using air support during a fire. The homes would be built in areas with low combustion potential. He wanted to be sure anyone sent to fight such a fire would be safe. Without homes in this area there would be a different strategy. The owners had done everything they could to make the road meet the road standards, but without the road and homes there was a different need for fire suppression. Susie Davis spoke to the board. She felt that any type of development that was healthy should be considered for the local economy. Reducing unemployment by 5% was an enormous economic impact Commissioner Fisher stated that there had been a request by one of the commissioners to adjourn into executive session with the attorney to consult on the legal reasons for what the appropriate considerations for the board to take into account were and what was inappropriate. Chairman Fisher closed public comments. Mr. Skillman spoke about the surrounding land uses. The staff report indicated that the surrounding land was all Forest Service, and there was a State Land Board parcel that touched at a point, but there was no possibility of gaining access from that connection. Commissioner Stavney stated that the parcel did not attach to another major road in the county. It would be different if the parcel connected to I -70. Chairman Fisher asked about proposed roads within the development itself. Mr. Skillman stated there would be no way to access the property with authorization through the US forest service. Mr. Thompson stated that in the referral letter and comments today were primarily related to road use and future residential development to the property. He did not address future road use and residential effects were because they were not material to the decision today. With respect to spanning bridges, there was no opportunity for such a bridge. There was no topography to accommodate a spanning bridge that would be used by deer and elk. He spoke about Mountain Star road kill and the fact that the similar length and type of road. Over the last 17 years, there had only been one documented elk road kill and approximately 3 -4 deer killed on the road. Chairman Fisher asked that the applicant allow the file to be tabled. Commissioner Stavney stated that there has been a lot of testimony and conversation about topics not relevant to the request at hand. He was not terribly troubled by 19 units on this property. However, this development would have night sky impacts and would affect how people experience the dark hillside throughout the year. Commissioner Runyon moved to table the file to October 19, 2010. Commissioner Stavney seconded the motion. Commissioner Stavney read the letter as a weak level of support by the Fire District and suggested the applicant get a clearer indication of this support or opposition. The vote was declared unanimous. Planning Files PDS -2313 Eagle River Meadows Scot Hunn, Planning NOTE: Tabled from 01/26/10, 03/30/10, 05/25/10, 06/08/10, 07/06/10 08/24/10 & 08/31/10 ACTION: The purpose for this Sketch Plan is for a mixed use Planned Unit Development, inclusive of residential, commercial, medical, and office uses. Proposal also includes active and passive recreational and open space uses. LOCATION: Former `B &B Gravel Mine" site generally situated along Hwy 6 Edwards, Colorado, NW 1/4, Section 5, Township 5, Range 82. 52 10/05/2010 REFERENCE: Staff Report in 8/24/2010 minutes DISCUSSION: Commissioner Fisher stated that the file had been tabled a number of times and at this hearing, the discussion would focus on the use of the entire property and development area. Mr. Hunn presented a letter to the board from an adjacent Brett Ranch property owner. He also presented a letter from Mr. Potente regarding the housing options. He reviewed prior meeting discussions. Today's hearing would cover options for development, affordable housing and density, concessions, and review of the suggested conditions of approval. The applicant had done some great work responding to the board's request to work through any implications of option B. Overall, the land plan had resulted in something that could meet the master plan conformance better. Option B would remove development from the northern parcel, land would be dedicated to Eagle County Housing and Development Authority and density would transfer to the southern parcels. Non- residential remained at 260,000 sq. ft. The total residential units on the south was 240; a reduction of 140 units overall. Commissioner Stavney asked about the mix in each of the phases on the south side and the idea of flex zoning. Mr. Badger reiterated that giving up the north was to satisfy the housing obligation. The question was whether affordable housing was really needed. The idea of the flex zoning was something that staff suggested. They came up with the phased approach where they could create some viability in the project and in time if there were a demand for housing, they had this mechanism to create the housing. They had to consider a reasonable approach and the design allowed for phasing. Chairman Stavney spoke about the open space option related to the north parcel. Chairman Fisher was in favor of open space option as the cost of development and infrastructure would be significant. Mr. Badger stated that the applicant's preference was option `A' for all the reasons he'd stated before. However, if the county were to acquire the north parcel, it would ultimately be up to the board to determine how it would be used. Chairman Fisher believed it would be a financial undertaking for the county to acquire the parcel. Until the proposal got to preliminary plan, these costs could not be identified. Mr. Badger stated that they had already identified the wetland boundaries and identified a mitigation plan. Grading plans and utilities were the most costly. There would be some moving parts. Mr. Potente stated that if the north side proved to be un- buildable it could be used as open space. There was likely some buildable land outside the floodplain. He understood this could take a while and would be a negotiated arrangement. Once the applicant developed the south there would be some affordable housing built which would offset some of the risk. If the property where to be proven to be unbuildable the property was still a nice open space area. There would still be some residential building stock within the development. It was a reasonable compromise given the risks. The county may not want to build anything soon. Commissioner Stavney believed that if the county chose option B then the exception question would not happen. However, if the board were to choose option A, it would be kicked back to the Planning and Zoning Commission because they would have to grant an exception. Mr. Morris stated than the approval of the development without the exception would be precarious at the preliminary plan level. Commissioner Runyon wondered what the housing requirement would be without the north parcel.. Mr. Potente stated that there would be more affordable housing. He believed that the proposal was not un- generous. Mr. Badger stated that there was an incentive to build affordable housing. If the market was good and there was a demand then the affordable piece would be required. They laid out the design to accommodate the density. However, in the current economy, they wanted to have some flexibility. Mr. Potente stated that it was hard to forecast a development of this size. He believed that if there were a demand for the affordable residential, there would be a demand for the market rate as well. 53 10/05/2010 Mr. Hunn spoke about the future considerations with the parking requirements, single means of access, and increase in building height. Overall, it was nominal. Commissioner Stavney believed that a second means of access was critical but suggested not taking the time to talk about parking and building height at this time. Mr. Badger presented a revised illustration of option B'. He explained the matrix. He was concerned about the residential parking; however there would be no reductions for shared parking. He believed the parking could be easily phased. He met with Chief Moore and he had no concerns for the single access. Commissioner Stavney asked about the variance from the road standards, specifically dual access related to emergency services and if this was the only one. Ben Gerdes, county engineer stated that there would be a variance for on- street access as well. Mr. Badger reviewed the terms of option B'. The applicant believed that giving up the north would satisfy the housing requirement. Eagle County would consent to future possible annexation of the north parcel into a new metro district. They would not put a roadblock up and would allow public trails, fishing, and pedestrian connection to adjoin the properties. Limiting development to just the south would require the applicant to increase density from 140 dwelling units to 240 dwelling units. Commissioner Runyon stated that he favored option `B'. Commissioner Stavney believed that the applicant had more work to do in the community and had to consider the Edwards' Community Plan. He wondered if the Edwards' Community Plan needed to be considered. Mr. Morris stated that it was more than a technical point but he was not prepared to say it was a deal killer. A revision of the Edwards' Community Area Plan that allowed for either plan or an exception to the existing plan would suffice to eliminate any legal uncertainty. Commissioner Stavney stated that he had warmed up to option `A'. He was somewhat disappointed with The Preserve due to the maintenance factor. He believed that this project would potentially add to the wetlands and there were benefits to the river access, and roundabout. He liked the idea of connections on both sides. He liked the linkage factor. He would like to take it to the next level. He did not want to leave development to future boards. Chairman Fisher believed that until the facts were known it was too early in the plan to dissect the proposal. She encouraged the applicant to move forward with option `A'. Mr. Badger wondered if the board and Planning Commission were to approve plan `A' and decided later they liked plan `B', would they need to go back to the Planning Commission. Mr. Morris stated that it was his view that the change from A to B would not require further review by the Planning Commission at the sketch plan level. Commissioner Stavney believed it was worth another go. He asked staff about the conditions. Mr. Hunn stated that condition 6 would need work or could be scratched. Condition 14 would require clearer definition, and condition number 28 would require an operational plan. Chairman Fisher requested another hearing to summarize the steps, and advertise it in a way that would provide an overview to the public. Commissioner Stavney stated that he was not prepared to comment on the conditions at this time. Chairman Fisher suggested that the next meeting be held late in the afternoon orearly in the evening. Commissioner Runyon did not approval of option `A'. He believed that in all the hearings the public clearing indicated that they were not in favor of developing the north parcel. Chairman Fisher expressed her concern with increased development on the south in option Commissioner Runyon encouraged more public meetings. Commissioner Stavney moved to table the file_PDS -2313 Eagle River Meadows PUD to October 19, 2010. Chairman Fisher seconded the motion. The motion passed by a vote of two to one with Commissioner Runyon voting against. Chairman Fisher reopened the meeting for public comment. 54 10/05/2010 Susan Miller mentioned speaking to Mr. Hunn. She believed that the taxpayers that supported the Eagle River Preserve should be taken into consideration. She believed development would change the ambiance of the preserve. She hoped the board would encourage the developer to come up with a plan `C' including low density housing near the preserve, donating the north side of the property for open space and the higher density along Hwy 6. She also encouraged a public parking area so people had access to the reserve. Chairman Fisher closed public comment. There being no further business before the Board, the meeting was adjourned until • •tober 12, 2010. T✓w p r Attest: �. „�:_ ; � 1' A t - &VAL Clerk to the Board * 1w ' Chairm �, 55 10/05/2010