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Minutes 12/07/10 PUBLIC HEARING December 7, 2010 Present: Sara Fisher Chairman Peter Runyon Commissioner Jon Stavney Commissioner Keith Montag County Manager Bryan Treu County Attorney Robert Morris Deputy County Attorney Christina Hooper Assistant 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: GENERAL FUND 3T Systems Supplies 4,589.16 A Sewing Masterpiece Supplies 265.00 Abbie Rittmiller Services 34.10 Abbott Laboratories Ross Production Division Supplies 48.34 Action Publishing Inc Supplies 87.83 Adp Services 1,867.37 Adp Services 856.46 Adp Services 40.00 Ad Services 18.00 Adp Services 850.02 Adp Screening & Selection Services Services 233.00 Alan C. Wilson Reimbursement 145.00 All Pro Forms Incorporataed Supplies 513.62 Alma Varela Payroll 2,1 65.88 Alpine Lumber Company Supplies 5.60 Alpine Lumber Company Supplies 27.96 Alpine Lumber Company Supplies 20.97 Alpine Lumber Company Supplies 1.10 Alpine Lumber Company Supplies 26.64 Alpine Lumber Company Supplies 4.99 Amy Berens Payroll 92.17 Amy Berens Reimbursement 171.00 Amy Berens Reimbursement 3.00 Amy Berens Supplies Reimbursement 96.00 Amy Berens Supplies Reimbursement 6.85 Andrea Dunlap Services Reimbursement 35.25 Army And Factory Surplus Supplies 1 12/07/2010 89.98 Association Of State Floodplain Managers, Inc Services 100.00 Attention Finance Eagle County Government Cash Transfer 207,026.19 Attention Finance Eagle County Government Cash Transfer 325,500.00 Attention Finance Eagle County Government Cash Transfer 6,231.00 Attention Finance Eagle County Government Cash Transfer 500,000.00 Av -Tech Electronics Incorporated Services 420.00 Av -Tech Electronics Incorporated Services 35.55 Av -Tech Electronics Incorporated Services 30.75 Avon Center At Beaver Creek I Hoa Services 2,478.07 Avon Commercial Owners Association Services 2,246.10 Babette Ladue Services Reimbursement 306.01 Balcomb And Green Services 21.00 Balcomb And Green Services 175.00 Balcomb And Green Services 118.50 Balcomb And Green Services 502.50 Balcomb And Green Services 117.50 Balcomb And Green Services 68.00 Balcomb And Green Services 91.50 Balcomb And Green Services 175.00 Barbara Cam Services 4.00 Bart Petro Services Reimbursement 305.00 Ben Galloway Md Services 965.00 Berniece Gutierrez Services Reimbursement 81.05 Beryl Buniger Services Reimbursement 119.00 Beryl Buniger Services Reimbursement 18.50 Brush Creek Landscaping Services 1,223.00 Brush Creek Landscaping Services 528.00 Brush Creek Landscaping Services 1,281.00 Bryan Treu Services Reimbursement 131.44 Lally Ryan Services Reimbursement 6.50 Canyon Water Resources Llc Services 230.00 Carleen Heckendorf Services Reimbursement 21.50 Carleen Heckendorf Services Reimbursement 10.50 Carleen Heckendorf Supplies Reimbursement 6.55 Carmen Lozoya Velez Services Reimbursement 220.00 Cced Consolidated Electrical Distributors Supplies 86.86 Cced Consolidated Electrical Distributors Supplies 544.00 Cced Consolidated Electrical Distributors Supplies 2 12/07/2010 5.47 Cced Consolidated Electrical Distributors Supplies 8.67 Cced Consolidated Electrical Distributors Supplies 69.58 Cdw Government Supplies 875.00 Cdw Government Supplies 165.00 Cdw Government Supplies 165.00 . Cdw Government Services 1,089.00 Cdw Government Supplies 251.50 Cdw Government Supplies 1,427.94 Cdw Government Supplies 420.05 Cdw Government Supplies 399.00 Cdw Government Supplies 1,640.00 Cdw Government Supplies 30,500.00 Cdw Government Supplies 696.27 Cdw Government Supplies 95.00 Cdw Govemment Supplies 120.00 Central Distributing Supplies • 84.11 Central Distributing Supplies 216.44 Central Distributing Supplies 200.66 Central Distributing Supplies 278.83 Century Link Services 13,073.20 Charles Wolf Payroll 8,378.40 Chematox Incorporated Services 80.00 Chief Supply Supplies 17.98 Cholpon Lord Services Reimbursement 37.80 Cholpon Lord Services Reimbursement 36.00 Claudia Montes Services Reimbursement 165.00 Clean Designs Services 675.79 Cleverex Systems Inc Services 1,038.00 Clifford D Zinda Services 60.00 Clifford D Zinda Services 80.00 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 1,447.10 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 1,447.10 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 1,512.80 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 1,512.80 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 3,741.08 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 3,598.97 Colleen Wirth Services Reimbursement 90.00 Colorado Department Of Labor And Employment Payroll 3 12/07/2010 44,199.50 • Colorado Department Of Labor And Employment Payroll 938.76 Colorado Department Of Revenue Cash Transfer 4.99 Colorado Mountain College Services 147.00 Colorado Mountain College Services 279.00 Colorado Mountain College Services 147.00 Colorado Mountain College Services 147.00 Colorado Mountain News Media Supplies 1,721.25 Colorado Mountain News Media Supplies 346.67 Colorado Mountain News Media Supplies 11,672.60 Colorado Mountain News Media Services 648.07 Colorado Mountain News Media Services 2,471.56 Colorado Mountain News Media Supplies 78.35 Colorado Mountain News Media Supplies 1,186.34 Colorado River Water Conservation District Services 677.84 Colorado River Water Conservation District Services 2,240.00 Colorado River Water Conservation District Services 16,000.00 Colorado Secretary Of State Services 20.00 Colorado State University Services 215.00 Colorado State University Services 38.80 Colorado West Mental Health Services 1,052.50 Conserve A Watt Lighting Incorporated Supplies 69.26 Conserve A Watt Lighting Incorporated Supplies 222.48 Conserve A Watt Lighting Incorporated Supplies 54.86 County Of Routt Services 20.00 Cowboy Catering Supplies 2,125.50 Cutwater Investor Services Corp Services 5,628.14 Cutwater Investor Services Corp Services 5,969.85 Daly Property Services Services 355.00 Dave Ritter Refund 75.00 Dave Ritter Refund 150.00 Dave Ritter Refund 150.00 Dave Ritter Services 73.00 Dave Ritter Services 75.00 David E. Mott Services 80.00 Debbie Verne!! Services 24.00 Debbie Vemell Services 64.00 Denise Matthews Services Reimbursement 75.63 Dixie Kozinski Services Reimbursement 4 12/07/2010 125.00 Djensen Electric Incorporated Services 600.00 Doctors On Call Services 75.00 Donald J Laughlin Services 80.00 Eagle County Regional Transportation Authority Services 1,020.00 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 577,290.90 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 615,955.12 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 900,000.00 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 4.67 Eagle River Water And Sanitation Services 29.86 Eagle River Water And Sanitation Services 212.27 Eagle River Water And Sanitation Services 131.41 Eagle Valley Child Care Association Services 22,500.00 Eagle Valley Printing Services 2,530.00 Eagle Valley Printing Services 105.00 Eagle Valley Printing Services 140.00 Eagle Valley Printing Services 55.00 Eagle Valley Printing Services 535.00 Eagle Valley Printing Services 85.00 Eagle Valley Printing Services 255.00 Eagle Valley Printing Services 55.00 Early Childhood Partners Services 112.50 Edith Lederhause Services 189.60 Ektron, Inc Services 24,000.00 Elaine Wolf Services Reimbursement 15.00 Ennovate Corporation Services 487.00 Env Water Quality Ct Colorado Department Of Public Health Services 483.00 Env Water Quality Ct Colorado Department Of Public Health Services 40.00 Env Water Quality Ct Colorado Department Of Public Health Services 471.50 Eric Lovgren Services Reimbursement 58.50 Eva Wilson Services Reimbursement 1,284.12 Eva Wilson Services Reimbursement 163.00 Eva Wilson Services Reimbursement 115.00 Everett Family Funeral Home And Crematory Services 915.00 Execucom Services 75.08 Federal Express Services 5 12/07/2010 72.32 Federal Express Services 43.00 Federal Express Services 79.87 Federal Express Services 67.84 Ferguson Enterprises Incorporated Supplies 1.62 Ferguson Enterprises Incorporated Supplies 91.15 Ferguson Enterprises Incorporated Supplies 16.19 Ferrell Gas Services 65.00 Ferrell Gas Services 65.00 Ferrell Gas Services 789.87 Ferrell Gas Services 444.22 Filterfresh Denver Supplies 870.84 Firkins Garage Doors Incorporated Services 1,715.00 Front Range Internet, Inc Services 2,110.44 Ganesha'S Yoga Off Broadway Services 1,100.00 Georgie C Zinda Services 80.00 Georgie C Zinda Services 60.00 Glenda Wentworth Services Reimbursement 640.00 Golden Eagle Seniors Services 300.00 Grace Finney Services 80.00 Grace Finney Services 56.00 Gracious Savior Lutheran Church Services 7,285.89 Grainger Incorporated Supplies 10.62 Grainger Incorporated Supplies 62.86 Grainger Incorporated Supplies 100.04 Grainger Incorporated Supplies 275.10 Grainger Incorporated Supplies 12.36 Gran Farnum Printing Services 10,220.00 Gran Farnum Printing Services 2,671.00 Great America Leasing Services 59.97 Great America Leasing Services 189.99 Great America Leasing Services 101.68 Great America Leasing Services 436.98 Great America Leasing Services 39.99 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 71,904.76 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 68,885.68 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 8,327.93 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 8,379.35 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 6 12/07/2010 3,660.50 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 3,574.91 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 9,876A7 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 9,4 20.36 Greater Eagle Fire Protection District Community Grants 500.00 Greg Van Wyk Services Reimbursement 540.00 Gypsum Animal Hospital, Inc Services 144.00 Gypsum Animal Hospital, Inc Services 241.20 Gypsum Animal Hospital, Inc Services 176.25 Hampton Inn Denver West Services 752.00 Harry Vernell Services 64.00 Hart Intercivic Incorporated Services 203.75 Hd Supply Facilites Maintenance Ltd Supplies 213.78 Hewlett Packard Supplies 7,201.27 High Country Copiers Services 405.59 Hills Pet Nutrition Sales Incorporated Supplies 28.00 Hogan Lovells Services 218.00 Holly Kasper Services Reimbursement 133.00 Holy Cross Energy Services 46.34 Holy Cross Energy Services 601.99 Holy Cross Energy Services 17.35 Holy Cross Energy Services 123.27 Holy Cross Energy Services 63.83 Holy Cross Energy Services 606.28 Holy Cross Energy Services 60.64 Holy Cross Energy Services 542.52 Holy Cross Energy Services 64.19 Holy Cross Energy Services 46.86 Holy Cross Energy Services 364.03 Holy Cross Energy Services 99.73 Holy Cross Energy Services 17.69 Holy Cross Energy Services 692.67 Holy Cross Energy Services 934.22 Holy Cross Energy Services 39.27 Holy Cross Energy Services 147.10 Holy Cross Energy Services 17.87 Holy Cross Energy Services 45.99 Holy Cross Energy Services 4,463.40 Holy Cross Energy Services 7 12/07/2010 338.78 Holy Cross Energy Services 8,676.58 Holy Cross Energy Services 25.90 Holy Cross Energy Services 62.00 Holy Cross Energy Services 17.87 Holy Cross Energy Services 12.47 Holy Cross Energy Services 64.56 Holy Cross Energy Services 17.42 Holy Cross Energy Services 115.13 Holy Cross Energy Services 17.35 Holy Cross Energy Services 67.30 Holy Cross Energy Services 17.35 Holy Cross Energy Services 710.75 Holy Cross Energy Services 401.92 Holy Cross Energy Services 124.18 Holy Cross Energy Services 631.27 Holy Cross Energy Services 2,338.64 Holy Cross Energy Services 18.05 Holy Cross Energy Services 47.32 Holy Cross Energy Services 490.04 Holy Cross Energy Services 81.20 Howard Risk Services 25.20 Hsbc Business Solutions - Costco Wholesale Services 23.00 Hsbc Business Solutions - Costco Wholesale Services 91.73 Hsbc Business Solutions - Costco Wholesale Supplies 498.44 Hsbc Business Solutions - Costco Wholesale Supplies 53.97 Hvac Supply Supplies 28.50 Imla Services 375.00 Insight Public Sector, Inc Services 6,482.85 Intermountain Waste & Recycling, LIc Services 189.00 International Code Council, Inc Supplies 143.00 Ipm Petty Cash Account Supplies 15.62 Ipm Petty Cash Account Supplies 17.49 Jara Diversified Services Services 64.97 Jason White Services 2,000.00 Jbt'S Custom Silk Supplies 64.00 Jennie Wahrer Services Reimbursement 334.25 Jennie Wahrer Services Reimbursement 55.50 Jessie Mosher Services Reimbursement 8 12/07/2010 9.99 Jill Cleghorn Services 80.00 Joanie Hanlon Services Reimbursement 213.75 John Bade Services 44.80 John Boone Sweet Refund 4,000.00 John Castillo Services Reimbursement 5.50 John Hancock Life Insurance Company Payroll 490.76 John Hancock Life Insurance Company Payroll 420.98 John Hancock Life Insurance Company Payroll 420.98 John Lewis Services Reimbursement 645.55 John Lewis Services Reimbursement 21.00 Jon Stavney Services Reimbursement 414.50 Jp Kacy Supplies 696.48 Judy Haeberle Services 80.00 K. Grace Koch Refund 75.00 Kara Bettis Coroner Services Reimbursement 65.87 Kara Bettis Coroner Services Reimbursement 12.00 Kathleen Heicher Services 27.60 Kathy Scriver Services Reimbursement 67.00 Kay W ilhelm Services 40.80 Kelly Madrid Services Reimbursement 20.00 Kelly Matias Services Reimbursement 10.00 Kris Friel Services Reimbursement 32.50 Kristie Williamson Services Reimbursement 900.00 Kymberleigh Iglesias Services Reimbursement 1,456.00 Lab Safety Supply Supplies 88.55 Lewan And Associates Services 1,530.00 Lewan And Associates Supplies 19,750.00 Lewan And Associates Supplies 2,278.00 Lexisnexis Courtlink Incorporated Services 209.50 Lightning Services Services 140.00 Lupe Ontiveros Services Reimbursement 51.43 Lynn Kanakis Services 60.00 Maggie Swonger Services Reimbursement 131.00 Main Auto Parts Supplies 10.87 Main Auto Parts Supplies 14.08 Main Auto Parts Supplies 10.83 Marion F Laughlin Services 80.00 Marlene Mccafferty Services 9 12/07/2010 29.60 Marsha Gale Hasselbach Services Reimbursement 187.71 Marsha Gale Hasselbach Supplies Reimbursement 275.86 Mary Jane Hess Services 9.60 Mary Jane Hess Services 55.20 Mauriello Planning Group, LIc Services 7,320.00 Maverick Flooring Services 2,171.00 Mcmahan And Associates LIc Services 13,995.00 Mcmahan And Associates Llc Services 1,267.50 Melissa Zintsmaster Services Reimbursement 158.00 Menendez Architects Pc Services 5,806.50 Menendez Architects Pc Services 1,008.47 Michael Donald Guzik Services 137.49 Michel'S Bakery Supplies 26.80 Michel'S Bakery Supplies 24.00 Michel'S Bakery Supplies 26.80 Michel'S Bakery Supplies 26.80 Michel'S Bakery Supplies 46.90 Michel'S Bakery Supplies 33.50 Michel'S Bakery Supplies 26.80 Michel'S Bakery Supplies 8.50 Michel'S Bakery Supplies 46.20 Michel'S Bakery Supplies 46.20 Microplastice Incorporated Supplies 18.99 Mid Valley Metropolitan District Services 362.08 Mid Valley Metropolitan District Services 51.82 Mid Valley Metropolitan District Services 13.83 Mike Kerst Services 624.50 Mountain Pest Control, Inc. Services 165.50 Mwi Veterniary Supply Company Supplies 54.44 Mwi Veterniary Supply Company Supplies 1,493.31 Mwi Veterniary Supply Company Supplies 311.04 Neves Uniforms Supplies 529.50 Neves Uniforms Supplies 77.98 Neves Uniforms Supplies 91.94 Neves Uniforms Supplies 76.95 Neves Uniforms Supplies 526.99 Nola Nicholson Services Reimbursement 1,197.00 Office Depot Supplies 10 12/07/2010 19.71 Office Depot Supplies 225.44 Office Depot Supplies 299.98 Office Depot Supplies 39.65 Olga Wilkins Services Reimbursement 99.47 Osm Delivery Llc Services 237.60 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 75.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 150.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 150.00 Pack Appraisal Company Refund 11 12/07/2010 150.00 Paint Bucket Supplies 179.09 Paper Wise Services 476.00 Pat Nolan Services Reimbursement 124.85 Pat Nolan Supplies Reimbursement 19.20 Paula A Palmateer Services 28.80 Pearl Taylor Services 21.60 Pearl Taylor Services 43.20 Pearl Taylor Services 43.20 Pearl Taylor Services 43.20 Pearl Taylor Services 43.20 Peggy Graybeal Services 160.00 Pooh Corner Preschool Inc Services 2,800.00 Precinct Police Products Supplies 9.95 Professional Tree And Turf Incorporated Supplies 1,067.84 Project Management Institute Incorporated Services 119.00 Purchase Power Services 786.53 Purchase Power Services 487.22 Purchase Power Services 50,000.00 Purchase Power Services 19.82 Qwest Services 42.90 Rachel Oys Services Reimbursement 78.75 Rachel Oys Services Reimbursement 107.50 Rachel Oys Services Reimbursement 55.00 Razors Edge Incorporated Services 2,181.00 Rita Woods Services Reimbursement 131.45 Roaring Fork School District Re -1 Community Grants 7,100.00 Robert B. Cook Services 27.20 Robert B. Cook Services 27.20 Robert B. Cook Services 27.20 Rock Creek Volunteer Fire Dept. Community Grants 1,000.00 Rod'S Painting Inc. Services 810.00 Rod'S Painting Inc. Services 1,110.00 Rowe B J Services Reimbursement 22.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 12 12/07/2010 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 130.00 Roy Howell Services 130.00 Roy Howell Services 125.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 13 12/07/2010 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Roy Howell Services 75.00 Samaritan Center Of The Rockies Services 280.00 Schutzman Company Incorporated Services 98.93 Schutzman Company Incorporated Services 130.35 Scott Lingle Services Reimbursement 67.00 Sentry Security Fasteners, Inc. Supplies 89.00 Shamrock Foods Corporation Supplies 1,359.76 Shamrock Foods Corporation Supplies 1,927.14 Shamrock Foods Corporation Supplies 1,476.43 Sharon Balius Supplies . 18.92 Shaw Electric, Inc. Refund 322.00 Signature Signs Services 80.00 Sinton Dairy Company Supplies 102.25 Sinton Dairy Company Supplies 103.00 Sinton Dairy Company Supplies 102.25 Sinton Dairy Company Supplies 103.00 Source Gas Services 98.24 Source Gas Services 8,004.16 Sprint Communications Services 14 12/07/2010 81.98 Spronk Water Engineers Services 3,415.64 Stamp World, Inc. Supplies 100.25 Stanley Supply & Services Supplies 208.34 Stanley Supply & Services Supplies 513.79 Stanley Supply & Services Supplies 99.93 Staples Advantage Supplies 61.96 Staples Advantage Supplies 251.98 Staples Advantage Supplies 97.19 Staples Advantage Supplies 5.87 Staples Advantage Supplies 259.33 Staples Advantage Supplies 185.38 Staples Advantage Supplies 51.58 Staples Advantage Supplies 16.84 Staples Advantage Supplies 8.07 Staples Advantage Supplies 7.43 Staples Advantage Supplies 1,552.00 Staples Advantage Supplies 896.50 Staples Advantage Supplies 94.50 Staples Advantage Supplies 52.63 Staples Advantage Supplies 174.65 Staples Advantage Supplies 75.44 Staples Advantage Supplies 80.88 Staples Advantage Supplies 41.92 Staples Advantage Supplies 121.20 Staples Advantage Supplies 15.93 Staples Advantage Supplies 13.17 Staples Advantage Supplies 40.99 Staples Advantage Supplies 60.90 Staples Advantage Supplies 7.03 State Of Colorado Services 472.56 Stephanie Glenwright Services 51.20 Susan Elizabeth Vadney Refund 4,000.00 Susan Mott Services ' 80.00 Susan Rodger, M.A. Services 140.00 Teak Simonton Services Reimbursement 264.35 Terri Allender Services 350.00 Terri Allender Services 140.00 . The Bear'S Den Services 15 12/07/2010 2,320.00 The Book Vine For Children Supplies 1,011.33 The Denver Post Services 1,100.00 The Flower Cart Services 107.96 The Home Depot, Inc. Supplies 39.97 The Home Depot, Inc. Supplies 17.83 The Nearly Everything Store, Inc. Supplies 9.00 The Nearly Everything Store, Inc. Supplies 2.99 The Nearly Everything Store, Inc. Supplies 2.49 Thompson West Group Services 2,645.42 Toni Berns Services 80.00 Town Of Eagle Services 936.00 Town Of Eagle Services 72.00 Town Of Eagle Services 36.00 Town Of Eagle Services 36.00 Town Of Eagle Services 288.00 Town Of Eagle Services 144.00 Town Of Eagle Services 36.00 Town Of Eagle Services 2,088.00 Town Of Eagle Services 72.00 Town Of Eagle Services 22.85 Town Of Eagle Services 273.55 Town Of Eagle Services 22.85 Town Of Eagle Services 27.10 Town Of Eagle Services 22.85 Town Of Eagle Services 367.10 Town Of Eagle Services 22.85 Town Of Eagle Services 22.85 Town Of Eagle Services 7,009.85 Town Of Eagle Services 401.10 Town Of Eagle Services 724.10 Town Of Eagle Services 664.05 Town Of Eagle Services 31.35 Town Of Eagle Services 78.70 Town Of Eagle Services 22.85 Town Of Eagle Services 532.85 Town Of Eagle Services 65.35 Town Of Eagle Services 116.35 Town Of Eagle Services 16 12/07/2010 68.55 Town Of Eagle Services 440.00 Town Of Gypsum Services 100.49 Town Of Gypsum Services 107.60 Town Of Gypsum Services 97.36 Trane Company Supplies 318.33 Tri County Fire Protection Services 175.00 Tri County Fire Protection Services 160.00 Underground Vaults And Storage Incorporated Services 25.52 United Parcel Service Services 51.63 United Parcel Service Services 38.83 United Parcel Service Services 28.51 United Parcel Service Services 28.00 United Parcel Service Services 10.38 University Of Cincinatti Services 3,120.00 Us Cleaning Professionals Services 200.00 Us Cleaning Professionals Services 8,999.11 Us Cleaning Professionals Services 840.54 Us Cleaning Professionals Services 7,660.74 Us Food Service Incorporated Supplies 559.87 Vail Board Of Realtors Services 630.00 Vail Honeywagon Ltd Services 11.35 Valley Lumber Supplies 34.73 Valley Lumber Supplies 15.80 Valley Lumber Supplies 4.72 Valley Lumber Supplies 8.58 Valley Lumber Supplies 3.79 Valley Lumber Supplies 5.97 Valley View Hospital Services 251.00 Value West,lnc Services 3,500.00 Value West,Inc Services 3,500.00 Value W est,Inc Services 3,500.00 Verizon Wireless Incorporated Services 4,787.36 Verizon Wireless Incorporated Services 32.59 Verizon Wireless Incorporated Services 32.00 Verizon Wireless Incorporated Services 93.01 Verizon Wireless Incorporated Services 215.31 Verizon Wireless Incorporated Services 265.55 Virginia Trujillo Services Reimbursement 17 12/07/2010 65.00 Visa Card Services Services 552.71 Visa Card Services Services 48.11 Visa Card Services Services 220.58 Visa Card Services Services 43.36 Visa Card Services Supplies 88.86 Visa Card Services Supplies 43.85 Visa Card Services Services 1,104.23 Visa Card Services Services 10.23 Visa Card Services Services 436.86 Visa Card Services Services 110.72 Visa Card Services Services 79.72 Visa Card Services Services 169.98 Visa Card Services Supplies 216.52 Visa Card Services Services 229.00 Visa Card Services Services 10.00 Visa Card Services Services 1,250.00 Visa Card Services Services 1,342.45 Visa Card Services Services 54.62 Visa Card Services Services 235.00 Visa Card Services Services 27.20 Visa Card Services Services 385.85 Visa Card Services Services 718.64 Visa Card Services Services 139.00 Visa Card Services Services 195.30 Visa Card Services Services 13.78 Visa Card Services Services 249.00 Visa Card Services Supplies 97.58 Visa Card Services Supplies 22.24 Visa Card Services Services 150.00 Visa Card Services Services 128.93 Visa Card Services Services 100.00 Visa Card Services Services 100.00 Visa Card Services Services 55.50 Visa Card Services Services 219.80 Visa Card Services Services 850.00 Visa Card Services Services 317.85 Visa Card Services Services 100.00 Visa Card Services Services 18 12/07/2010 54.95 Visa Card Services Services 200.00 Visa Card Services Services 180.00 Visa Card Services Services 411.76 Visa Card Services Services 444.80 Visa Card Services Services 444.80 Visa Card Services Services :36.00 Visa Card Services Services 880.00 Visa Card Services Services 65.84 Visa Card Services Services 16.95 Visa Card Services Services 83.85 Visa Card Services Supplies 10.47 Visa Card Services Supplies 185.88 Visa Card Services Services 904.80 Visa Card Services Supplies 1:34.97 Visa Card Services Supplies 7.46 Visa Card Services Supplies 1,000.00 Visa Card Services Services 15.40 Visa Card Services Services 180.50 Visa Card Services Services 2:32.70 Visa Card Services Services 65.00 Visa Card Services Services 76.74 Visa Card Services Supplies 53.54 Visa Card Services Supplies 662.48 Visa Card Services Services 25.76 Visa Card Services Services 1,773.51 Visa Card Services Services 182.46 Visa Card Services Services 18.74 Visa Card Services Services 57.17 Visa Card Services Supplies 472.46 Visa Card Services Supplies 214.44 Visa Card Services Supplies 94.98 Visa Card Services Supplies 322.50 Visa Card Services Services 673.13 Visa Card Services Services 105.03 Visa Card Services Services 3.96 Visa Card Services Supplies 78.12 Visa Card Services Supplies 3.52 Visa Card Services Services 19 12/07/2010 391.00 Visa Card Services Services 130.36 Visa Card Services Services 700.64 Visa Card Services Supplies 621.84 Visa Card Services Supplies 39.73 Visa Card Services Supplies 84.90 Visa Card Services Services 806.04 Visa Card Services Services 95.00 Visa Card Services Services 295.00 Visa Card Services Services 21.85 Visa Card Services Services 19.87 Visa Card Services Services 205.25 Visa Card Services Supplies 49.98 Visa Card Services Services 203.85 Visa Card Services Supplies 15.99 Visa Card Services Supplies 154.67 Visa Card Services Services 51.18 Visa Card Services Services (72.19) Visa Card Services Services 100.99 Visa Card Services Services 33.70 Visa Card Services Supplies 25.82 Visa Card Services Supplies 129.92 Visa Card Services Supplies 530.08 Visa Card Services Services 265.37 Visa Card Services Supplies 655.98 Visa Card Services Services (83.19) Visa Card Services Supplies 148.89 Visa Card Services Services 332.00 Visa Card Services Services 173.43 Visa Card Services Supplies 320.42 Visa Card Services Supplies 115.28 Visa Card Services Supplies 44.33 Visa Card Services Supplies 37.80 Visa Card Services Services 135.00 Visa Card Services Supplies 85.95 Wagner Equipment Company Supplies 818.20 Waste Management Incorporated Services 2,149.45 Waste Management Incorporated Services 40.00 Western Eagle County Ambulance District Services 20 12/07/2010 541.20 Western Fireplace Supply Refund 50.49 Westem Slope Supplies Supplies 19.80 Western Slope Supplies Supplies 19.80 White Horse Solutions, LIc Services 238.20 William G Horibeck Pc Services 300.00 Willits General Store Services 68.00 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 47.73 Xcel Energy Services 52.51 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 266.78 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 164.28 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 189.07 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 182.07 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 1,445.31 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 377.75 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 295.14 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 181.14 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 318.27 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 264.41 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 308.09 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 53.12 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 206.24 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 627.01 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 386.81 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 115.91 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 22.00 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 386.69 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 1,403.74 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 813.37 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 61.37 Xerox Corporation, Inc Supplies 459.96 Xerox Corporation, Inc Supplies 61.38 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 359.15 Yvonne Ammon Services 8000 3,929,431.50 ROAD & BRIDGE Attention Finance Eagle County Government Cash Trasfer 170,066.38 B And B Excavating Capital 289.42 21 12/07/2010 B And B Excavating Supplies 3,842.96 Brad Higgins Supplies Reimbursement 75.00 Bruce Wallace Supplies Reimbursement 75.00 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 41.00 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 41.00 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 125.00 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 125.00 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 19.23 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 19.23 Crawford Properties Services 1,030.00 Daly Property Services Services 85.00 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 42,195.10 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 43,218.03 Eagle River Water And Sanitation Services 60.78 Eagle Valley Medical Center Services 112.00 Eagle Valley Medical Center Services 112.00 Envirotech Supplies 4,492.30 Envirotech Supplies 3,585.68 Envirotech Supplies 3,637.60 Envirotech Supplies 7,748.30 Grand Junction Pipe Capital 145.98 Grand Junction Pipe Capital 596.50 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 5,508.84 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 5,539.06 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 282.44 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 292.37 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 2,691.18 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 1,969.58 Holy Cross Energy Services 228.23 Holy Cross Energy Services 101.09 Holy Cross Energy Services 1,046.90 Intermountain Waste & Recycling, Llc Services 63.00 Interwest Safety Supply Supplies 2,571.28 Kerry Oneill Supplies Reimbursement 75.00 Lawrence Ragan Communication Incorporated Supplies 52.63 Layton Truck Equipment, Llc Supplies 210.69 Marvin Laman Jr Supplies Reimbursement 75.00 Matt Jaramillo Supplies Reimbursement 75.00 22 12/07/2010 Michael Ostberg Payroll 15, 714.84 Motorola Services 195.29 Nicole Wasson Services Reimbursement 114.75 Paper Wise Services 19.00 Pst Enterprises Inc Supplies 57.80 Randy Schlegel Supplies Reimbursement 75.00 Rifle Equipment Incorporated Services 364.40 Rod Carter Supplies Reimbursement 75.00 Safety And Construction Supply Supplies 540.52 Scully Building Corporation Refund 100.00 Source Gas Services 596.45 Staples Advantage Supplies 19:3.43 The Nearly Everything Store, Inc. Supplies 8.89 Town Of Gypsum Services 214.68 Town Of Gypsum Services 208.01 Us Cleaning Professionals Services 369.10 Us Cleaning Professionals Services 90.74 Us Cleaning Professionals Services 278.36 Valley Lumber Supplies 107.64 Valley Lumber Supplies 50.79 Valley Lumber Supplies 44.90 Waste Management Incorporated Services 112.84 Western Slope Supplies Supplies 17.90 Western Slope Supplies Supplies 7.50 Western Slope Supplies Supplies 17.90 Western Slope Supplies Supplies 26.25 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 57.50 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 60.00 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 9.06 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 64.45 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 131 79 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 72.29 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 96.35 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 12.74 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 23.92 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 379.64 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 39.62 Xcel Energy Services 89.82 23 12/07/2010 Yampa Valley Electric Association Services 54.49 323,214.43 SOCIAL SERVICES Attention Finance Eagle County Government Cash Transfer 40,615.88 Charlene W hitney Payroll 487.34 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 200.00 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 200.00 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 262.77 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 579.80 Colorado Correctional Industries Services 151.54 Colorado Correctional Industries Services 37.29 Colorado Correctional Industries Services 189.92 Colorado Counties Incorporated Services 335.00 Colorado Department Of Labor And Employment Payroll 11,160.00 Darlene Montano Services 29.00 Denise Matthews Services Reimbursement 61.87 Dorothy W ilson Services Reimbursement 58.47 Dorothy W ilson Services Reimbursement 254.00 Dorothy W ilson Services Reimbursement 288.82 Dorothy Wilson Services Reimbursement 94.50 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 65,007.05 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 63,769.11 Eagle Sinclair Services 25.00 Gene Jacobson Refund 20.00 Grainger Incorporated Supplies 12.36 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 8,352.34 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 7,043.80 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 527.08 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 511.58 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 817.00 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 817.00 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 1,565.07 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 1,409.59 Holy Cross Village, Ltd Services 350.00 Hsbc Business Solutions - Costco Wholesale Supplies 52.59 John C Collins Pc Services 1,500.00 John Castillo Services Reimbursement 4.50 24 12/07/2010 John Hancock Life Insurance Company Payroll 11.76 John Hancock Life Insurance Company Payroll 11.76 John Hancock Life Insurance Company Payroll 11.76 Kathleen Lyons Services Reimbursement 16.00 Kelly Martinez Services Reimbursement 118.00 Kelly Martinez Services Reimbursement 335.00 La Quinta Services 138.00 Language Line Services Services 55.97 Language Line Services Supplies 137.75 Lisa Griggs Payroll 17,969.64 Lupe Ontiveros Services Reimbursement 42.07 Maria Ines Vergara Postay Services Reimbursement 173.35 Maria Ines Vergara Postay Services Reimbursement 26.00 Maria Ines Vergara Postay Services Reimbursement 127.25 Maria Nieves Services Reimbursement 91.40 Maria Nieves Services Reimbursement 119.01 Melinda Dow Services Reimbursement 272.70 Melinda Dow Services Reimbursement 75.45 Melinda Dow Services Reimbursement 41.90 Osm Delivery Llc Services 194.40 Rachael Leable Services Reimbursement 147.00 Rachael Leable Services Reimbursement 747.00 Rachel Oys Services Reimbursement 20.25 Rachel Oys Services Reimbursement 58.50 Rita Woods Services Reimbursement 107.55 Staples Advantage Supplies 34.29 Staples Advantage Supplies 99.16 Staples Advantage Supplies 13.02 Staples Advantage Supplies 10.77 Staples Advantage Supplies 76.05 Staples Advantage Supplies 1994 Sweep Stakes Unlimited Services 35.00 Texas Department Of Health Services 36.00 Tracey L. Branch Services Reimbursement 75.60 Tracey L. Branch Services Reimbursement 125.50 Verizon Wireless Incorporated Services 137.66 Verizon Wireless Incorporated Services 32.59 Verizon Wireless Incorporated Services 368.43 25 12/07/2010 Verizon Wireless Incorporated Services 358.99 Verizon Wireless Incorporated Services 70.99 Verizon Wireless Incorporated Services 30.40 Visa Card Services Services 17.10 Visa Card Services Services 24.91 Visa Card Services S ervices 22.63 Visa Card Services Services 238.99 Visa Card Services Services 9.28 Visa Card Services Supplies 26.25 Visa Card Services Services 162.44 Visa Card Services Services 563.67 Visa Card Services Services 19.77 Visa Card Services Services 314.76 Visa Card Services Supplies 38.98 Visa Card Services Supplies 8.74 Visa Card Services Services 22.95 Willits General Store Services 25.00 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 812.35 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 514.28 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 336.59 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 221.55 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 57.83 Xerox Corporation, Inc Supplies 60.48 Xerox Corporation, Inc Supplies 44.80 Xerox Corporation, Inc Supplies 42.93 232,950.41 SALES TAX E.V. TRANSP. At &T Services 191.51 Attention Finance Eagle County Government Cash Transfer 115,199.62 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 77.64 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 102.64 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 226.93 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 226.93 Colletts Supplies 809.49 Colorado Department Of Labor And Employment Payroll 17,865.29 Columbine Market Supplies 22.56 Copy Plus Services 48.05 Copy Plus Services 63.88 26 12/07/2010 Copy Plus Services 867.00 Copy Plus Services 15:3.00 Doctors On Call Services 320.00 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 76,684.55 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 77,784.06 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 8,62"1.58 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 8,868.12 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 685.83 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 667.47 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 1,618.06 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 1,816.90 Harry Taylor Services Reimbursement 145.00 Haveners Trucking Towing Services 337.50 Holy Cross Energy Services 110.12 Holy Cross Energy Services 1,140.45 Leadville Sanitation District Services 35.00 Parkville Water District Services 44.00 Pst Enterprises Inc Supplies 15.98 Pst Enterprises Inc Supplies 34.39 Quill Corporation Services 160.80 Quill Corporation Services 268.00 Qwest Services 157.39 Source Gas Services 483.88 Stemco, Lp Services 36.00 Stemco, Lp Services 36.00 The Janek Corporation Services 940.00 The Janek Corporation Services 470.00 Town Of Avon Services 202.47 Town Of Avon Services 1,200.00 Town Of Avon Supplies 2,598.46 Town Of Gypsum Services 233.86 Town Of Gypsum Services 226.60 Us Cleaning Professionals Services 780.40 Us Cleaning Professionals Services 780.40 Vail Electronics Services 105.00 Valley Lumber Supplies 74.06 Valley Lumber Supplies 6.14 Visa Card Services Services 15.78 27 12/07/2010 Visa Card Services Supplies 107.49 Visa Card Services Supplies 269.45 Visa Card Services Supplies 29.02 Visa Card Services Supplies 6.99 Visa Card Services Supplies 104.82 Waste Management Incorporated Services 122.92 Western Slope Supplies Supplies 7.40 Western Slope Supplies Supplies 19.80 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 189.24 Xcel Energy Services 220.31 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 284.70 324,926.93 SALES TAX E.V. TRAILS Attention Finance Eagle County Government Cash Transfer 7,056.30 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 11.54 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 11.54 Colorado Mountain News Media Supplies 661.20 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 4,612.06 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 4,612.07 Grand Junction Pipe Capital 270.40 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 571.12 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 571.12 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 Impact Graphics And Signs Capital 74.00 Mountain Maintenance Capital 1,245.00 Stan Miller, Inc. Capital 136,956.95 Stan Miller, Inc. Capital 26,627.00 Town Of Avon Services 7,225.00 Town Of Vail Services 6,324.00 Valley Lumber Supplies 3.59 Valley Lumber Supplies 3.79 Valley Lumber Supplies 1.89 Valley Lumber Supplies 5.21 Valley Lumber Capital 24.68 Visa Card Services Supplies 44.51 28 12/07/2010 Visa Card Services Supplies 74.90 Visa Card Services Capital 1,892.95 Watershed Environmental Consultants, Inc Capital 935.00 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 52.50 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 49.00 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 45.48 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 33.82 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 17.77 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 195.98 200,482.73 SALES TAX R.F.V. TRANS Pitkin County Services 84,057.26 84,057.26 SALES TAX R.F.V. TRAILS Pitkin County Services 9,342.11 9,342.11 TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL Gillig LIc Capital 383,488.00 Gillig LIc Capital 383,488.00 766,976.00 AIRPORT Airgas Intermountain Incorporated Services 85.72 Airgas Intermountain Incorporated Services 53.48 Attention Finance Eagle County Government Cash Transfer 57,969.77 Berthod Motors Supplies 276.10 Blueglobes, LIc Supplies 2,093.01 Blueglobes, LIc Supplies 29.71 Casco Industries, Inc Supplies 1,655.00 Cced Consolidated Electrical Distributors Supplies 65.16 Cdot Community Grants 140,918.55 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 211.69 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll Colletts 211.69 Supplies 542.15 Colletts Supplies 7,639.35 Colorado Department Of. Labor And Employment Payroll 6,151.00 Colorado Mountain News Media Services 343.97 Cross Match Technologies, Inc. Services 1,620.00 29 12/07/2010 Daniel Longbine Services 55.03 Division Of Fire Safety Services 30.00 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 40,372.33 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 40,717.86 Eagle Valley Printing Services 245.00 Gatekeeper Systems Incorporated Services 1,940.00 Grand Junction Pipe Supplies 116.80 Grand Junction Pipe Supplies 84.38 Grand Junction Pipe Supplies 256.88 Grand Junction Pipe Supplies 415.69 Grand Junction Pipe Supplies 27.74 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 4,993.34 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 4,946.64 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 157.34 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 163.31 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 1,936.08 Holy Cross Energy Services 612.41 Holy Cross Energy Services 808.22 Holy Cross Energy Services 283.95 Honey Dipper Septic Service Services 230.00 Hsbc Business Solutions - Costco Wholesale Services 131.96 Hsbc Business Solutions- Costco Wholesale Supplies 39.36 Hsbc Business Solutions- Costco Wholesale Supplies 90.92 Jonathan P Botkin Services 1,000.00 Kodiak Northwest Supplies 514.55 Lawson Products, Inc Supplies 226.16 Lawson Products, Inc Supplies 60.79 Matthew Anderson Services 1,000.00 Maxfire Apparatus, Inc Supplies 1,808.66 Michael Kim Services 1,000.00 Milton Souza Services 1,000.00 Mountain Equipment Supplies 3,170.00 Myslik Incorporated Services 10,030.00 Noble Welding And Fabrication Supplies 776.00 Orographic Publishing, Inc Services 2,500.00 30 12/07/2010 Oshkosh Truck Corporation Supplies 665.68 Patrick Johnson Supplies Reimbursement 6.80 Petty Cash Accounting Services 50.00 Petty Cash Accounting Services 50.00 Plantronics, Inc. Supplies 422.91 Pst Enterprises Inc Services 37.70 Pst Enterprises Inc Services 259.94 Pst Enterprises Inc Services 21.06 Pst Enterprises Inc Services 56.39 Pst Enterprises Inc Services 9.80 Pst Enterprises Inc Services 59.64 Pst Enterprises Inc Services 16.26 Pst Enterprises Inc Services 6.71 Pst Enterprises Inc Services 5.91 Pst Enterprises Inc Services 4.19 Pst Enterprises Inc Services 92.48 Pst Enterprises Inc Supplies 35.88 Pst Enterprises Inc Supplies 19.85 Pst Enterprises Inc Supplies 57.41 Pst Enterprises Inc Supplies 44.50 Pst Enterprises Inc Supplies 39.96 Pst Enterprises Inc Supplies 45.66 Pst Enterprises Inc Supplies 16.89 Robert Swier Payroll 1,246.36 Robert Swier Payroll 2,500.70 Servicemaster Clean Of Vail Services 525.00 Servicemaster Clean Of Vail Services 1,570.00 Source Gas Services 226.77 Source Gas Services 529.10 Standard Signs Incorporated Supplies 696.72 Standard Signs Incorporated Supplies 611.88 Standard Signs Incorporated Supplies 253.57 Standard Signs Incorporated Supplies 715.04 Staples Advantage Supplies 604.27 Staples Advantage Supplies 0.5'7 Town Of Gypsum Services 364.25 Town Of Gypsum Services 72.8 Us Customs Service Services 158.70 31 12/07/2010 Us Customs Service Services 307.64 Us Customs Service Services 119.02 Us Customs Service Services 8,109.64 Vail Electronics Supplies 85.00 Valley Electric Supply Supplies 363.21 Valley Lumber Supplies 57.07 Valley Lumber Supplies 25.18 Valley Lumber Supplies 300.00 Valley Lumber Supplies 22.18 Valley Lumber Supplies 20.43 Valley Lumber Supplies 22.58 Valley Lumber Supplies 26.72 Valley Lumber Supplies 9.52 Valley Lumber Supplies 6 Valley Lumber Supplies 6.28 Verizon Wireless Incorporated Services 137.21 Verizon Wireless Incorporated Services 138.25 Verizon Wireless Incorporated Services 122.23 Verizon Wireless Incorporated Services 147.42 Visa Card Services Supplies 50.98 Visa Card Services Services 3,390.40 Visa Card Services Services 21.21 Visa Card Services Supplies 745.13 Visa Card Services Supplies 724.85 Wagner Equipment Company Supplies 1,385.13 Waste Management Incorporated Services 90.00 Western Eagle County Ambulance District Services 1,320.00 Western Fire Truck, Inc Supplies 326.67 Western Slope Supplies Services 20.00 Western Slope Supplies Services 10.00 Western Slope Supplies Services 10.00 Western Slope Supplies Supplies 42.95 Western Slope Supplies Supplies 26.25 Western Slope Supplies Supplies 51.30 Western Slope Supplies Supplies 42.95 Workrite Supplies (262.65) Workrite Supplies (175.10) Workrite Supplies 505.13 32 12/07/2010 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 506.17 Zee Medical Service Supplies 321.27 376,345.64 800 MHZ FUND Attention Finance Eagle County Government Cash Transfer 1,829.79 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 25.00 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 25.00 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 2,470.78 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 2,401.70 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 283.50 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 285.28 Holy Cross Energy Services 167.40 Holy Cross Energy Services 78.08 Holy Cross Energy Services 63.65 Holy Cross Energy Services 127.68 Holy Cross Energy Services Motorola 5,174.11 Services 465.00 Motorola Services 40.00 Motorola Services 9,221.07 Tempest Telecom Solutions Llc Supplies 760.96 Tessco Incorporated Supplies 2,854.34 Tessco Incorporated Supplies 2,325.06 Visa Card Services Supplies 414.19 29,012.59 PUBLIC HEALTH FUND Ahlers And Associates Services 400.00 Anne Robinson Services Reimbursement 423.50 Anne Robinson Services Reimbursement 59.00 Attention Finance Eagle County Government Cash Transfer 15, 746.64 Bethany Van Wyk Services Reimbursement 52.00 Bethany Van Wyk Services Reimbursement 187. . Carmella Glover Services Reimbursement 22.00 Carmella Glover Services Reimbursement 380.00 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 25.00 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 192.30 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 192.:30 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 234.31 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 33 12/07/2010 328.93 Colorado Mountain News Media Services 617.38 Colorado Mountain News Media Services 86.52 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 31,215.39 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 45,376.49 Env Water Quality Ct Colorado Department Of Public Health Supplies 330.00 Gabriela Velasco Services Reimbursement 25.45 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 3,942.38 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 4,958.88 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 126.16 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 151.63 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 521.55 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 606.17 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 219.08 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 570.43 Henry Schein Supplies 1,569.95 Jennie W ahrer Services Reimbursement 70.00 Jennie W ahrer Services Reimbursement 299.00 Medi Badge Incorporated Supplies 33.95 Mercedes Garcia Services 52.50 Metropolitan Pathologist Pc Supplies 542.00 Michelle Valencia Services Reimbursement 198.00 Nrc Broadcasting Incorporated Services 100.00 Quest Diagnostics Supplies 40.18 Rachel Oys Services Reimbursement 18.00 Rebecca Larson Services Reimbursement 42.00 Rebecca Larson Services Reimbursement 80.50 Rebecca Larson Services Reimbursement 7.00 Smith Medical Partners Llc Supplies 906.94 Smith Medical Partners Llc Supplies 6.96 Smith Medical Partners Llc Supplies 674.04 Sondra Manske Services 305.00 Staci Bruce Services Reimbursement 44.00 Staci Bruce Services Reimbursement 205.00 Staples Advantage Supplies 29.15 Vail Valley Medical Center Supplies 35.00 Vail Valley Medical Center Services 2,059.20 Vanesa Doty Services Reimbursement 25.45 Verizon Wireless Incorporated Supplies 34 12/07/2010 179.02 Verizon Wireless Incorporated Supplies 51.64 Verizon Wireless Incorporated Services 103.53 Visa Card Services Services 42.70 Visa Card Services Services 190.58 Visa Card Services Supplies 88.00 Visa Card Services Supplies 2,425.06 Visa Card Services Services 1,077.88 Visa Card Services Services 30.00 118,523.22 HOUSING OPERATIONS Attention Finance Eagle County Government Cash Transfer Cholpon Lord 32,343.30 Services Reimbursement 22.00 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 576.90 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 576.90 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 399.05 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 399.07 Colorado Department Of Labor And Employment Payroll 5,316.00 Colorado Mountain News Media Supplies 166.86 Colorado Mountain News Media Supplies 411.95 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 19,040.87 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 19,494.26 Eagle Valley Printing Supplies 240.00 Economic Council Of Eagle Services 7,500.00 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 2,550.10 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 2,553.22 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 648.30 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 648.30 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 290.67 Mcmahan And Associates LIc Services 2,941.25 Sherman & Howard Llc Services 225.00 Staples Advantage Supplies 65.74 Staples Advantage Supplies 42.69 Staples Advantage Supplies 500.64 Staples Advantage Supplies 19.45 Staples Advantage Supplies 49.19 Tori Franks Services Reimbursement 137.50 Vail Board Of Realtors Services 593.00 35 12/07/2010 Vail Board Of Realtors Services 593.00 Visa Card Services Supplies 217.55 Visa Card Services Supplies 834.00 Visa Card Services Supplies 74.97 Visa Card Services Capital 257.86 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 298.45 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 506.84 100,534.88 OPEN SPACE 1 Attention Finance Eagle County Government Cash Transfer 11,901.92 Holy Cross Energy Services 125.02 Lafarge Corporation Incorporated Supplies 158.71 Waste Management Incorporated Services 96.03 Western Land Group Incorporated Capital 6,920.00 Western Land Group Incorporated Capital 1,394.37 20,596.05 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND Ace Mechanical Equipment Capital 9,300.00 Builders Appliance Center, LIc Capital 949.29 Builders Appliance Center, Llc Capital 875.56 Cced Consolidated Electrical Distributors Capital 63.81 Daktronics, Inc. Capital 8,095.00 Daktronics, Inc. Capital 550.52 Everything For Offices Capital 3,167.10 Fci 0onstruction, Inc. Capital 102,307.15 Fci Construction, Inc. Capital 26,979.00 Hajoca Corporation Capital 790.63 Improve Group Capital 27,472.88 Marcin Engineering Incorporated Capital 80.00 Menendez Architects Pc Capital 1,241.15 Office Furniture & Design Centers, Inc Capital 23,750.27 205,622.36 MSC -COP DEBT SERVICE Us Bank Trust Na Corporation Trust Debt Management Services 2,500.00 Us Bank Trust Na Corporation Trust Debt Management Capital 870,000.00 Us Bank Trust Na Corporation Trust Debt Management Capital 188,243.75 36 12/07/2010 1,060,743.75 JUSTICE CENTER -COP DEBT SERVICE Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 684,992.22 Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 475,782.55 1,160,774.77 LANDFILL Airgas Intermountain Incorporated Supplies 76.07 Attention Finance Eagle County Government Cash Transfer 99,161.55 B And B Excavating Capital 7,575.84 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 150.00 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 73.07 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll Colletts 73.07 Supplies 1,221.30 Down Valley Septic And Drain Services 765.00 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 22,999.58 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 60,400.34 Eagle Valley Alliance For Sustainability Community Grants 30,000.00 Eagle Valley Medical Center Services 11200 Eagle Valley Temps Services 3,330.00 Eagle Valley Temps Services 3,755.50 Eagle Valley Temps Services 3,922.00 Eagle Valley Temps Services 3,302.26 Firkins Garage Doors Incorporated Services 120.00 Great America Leasing Services 79.00 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 2,905.94 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 4,433.06 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 33.44 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 33.44 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 707.10 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 707.10 Holy Cross Energy Services 18.62 Holy Cross Energy Services 106.71 Holy Cross Energy Services 163.04 Holy Cross Energy Services 31.70 Holy Cross Energy Services 69.42 Holy Cross Energy Services 2,047.45 John S. Berry Supplies Reimbursement 31.46 Kaeser Compressors, Inc. Services 37 12/07/2010 148.04 Krw Consulting Services 2,008.00 Krw Consulting Services 163.20 Krw Consulting Services 12,419.52 Krw Consulting Services 3,124.17 Mti Technologies Inc. Supplies 1,250.08 Northern Safety Company Incorporated Supplies 357.58 Northern Safety Company Incorporated Supplies 281.98 Pst Enterprises Inc Supplies 79.08 Staples Advantage Supplies 125.19 Tri County Fire Protection Services 230.00 Ultimate Specialties Services 977.50 Ultimate Specialties Supplies 748.00 Us Cleaning Professionals Services 267.60 Us Cleaning Professionals Services 267.60 Us Cleaning Professionals Services 67.60 Us Cleaning Professionals Services 67.60 Us Cleaning Professionals Services 142.60 Us Cleaning Professionals Services 142.60 Visa Card Services Services 31.62 Visa Card Services Supplies 11.82 Visa Card Services Supplies 9 Wagner Equipment Company Services 413.63 Wagner Equipment Company Services 30.75 Western Slope Supplies Supplies 15.00 Western Slope Supplies Supplies 59.65 Western Slope Supplies Supplies 51.30 Western Slope Supplies Supplies 15.00 Western Slope Supplies Supplies 16.70 Western Slope Supplies Supplies 42.95 Western Slope Supplies Supplies 26.25 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 742.00 272,739.65 MOTOR POOL A And E Tire Incorporated Supplies 88.43 A And E Tire Incorporated Supplies 619.12 A And E Tire Incorporated • Supplies 72.25 A And E Tire Incorporated Supplies 510.44 38 12/07/2010 A And E Tire Incorporated Supplies 2,057.43 A And E Tire Incorporated Supplies 446.44 A And E Tire Incorporated Supplies 637.64 A And E Tire Incorporated Supplies 13.25 A And E Tire Incorporated Supplies 127.60 A And E Tire Incorporated Supplies 568.66 Airgas Intermountain Incorporated Services 85.72 Boyle Equipment Company Supplies 299.77 Boyle Equipment Company Supplies 115.12 Burt Chevrolet Supplies 44.55 Burt Chevrolet Supplies 3.40 Burt Chevrolet Supplies 12.24 Burt Chevrolet Supplies 149.20 Burt Chevrolet Supplies 254.13 Central Distributing Supplies 49.89 Central Distributing Supplies 32.87 Central Distributing Supplies 99.79 Central Distributing Supplies Century Link 65.75 Services 24.90 Century Link Services 49.82 Claims Services Group, Inc Services 159.00 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 69.23 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 69.23 Colletts Supplies 400.30 Colletts Supplies 2,569.71 Colletts Supplies Colletts (40.00) Supplies 1,161.32 Colletts Supplies 457.49 Colletts Supplies 331.02 Colletts Supplies 795.59 Colletts Supplies 11,056.56 Colletts Supplies 10,861.06 Colletts Supplies Colletts 3,765.30 Supplies 5,165.33 Colletts Supplies 19,459.61 Colletts Supplies 2,153.56 Colletts Supplies 14,531.40 Colletts Supplies 5,357.36 39 12/07/2010 ■ Colletts Supplies 89.23 Colletts Supplies 21,497.04 Colletts Supplies 1,150.58 Colletts Supplies 5,225.15 Colorado Mountain Medical Services 116.00 Colorado Mountain Medical Services 116.00 Cummins Rocky Mountain Supplies 1,132.33 Double Rr And D Supplies 135.69 Drive Train Industries Supplies 174.99 Drive Train Industries Supplies 175.00 Drive Train Industries Supplies 882.23 Drive Train Industries Supplies 56.24 Drive Train Industries Supplies 510.00 Drive Train Industries Supplies 126.56 Drive Train Industries Supplies 197.01 Drive Train Industries Supplies 366.63 Drive Train Industries Supplies 200.46 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 26,952.39 Eagle County Treasurer Payroll 25,796.22 Gillig Llc Supplies 5,573.76 Glenwood Springs Ford Services 50.00 Glenwood Springs Ford Supplies 50.00 Go Autonation Ssc Supplies 473.45 Go Autonation Ssc Supplies 79.56 Go Autonation Ssc Supplies 78.00 Go Autonation Ssc Supplies 296.65 Grand Junction Pipe Services 5.20 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 3,488.00 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 3,288.12 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 212.50 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 199.30 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 1,156.56 Great West Retirement Services Payroll 1,156.56 Gusty Kanakis Payroll 4,948.32 H,H & H Automotive Paint Inc Supplies 502.36 H,H & H Automotive Paint Inc Supplies 51.59 H,H & H Automotive Paint Inc Supplies 502.37 H,H & H Automotive Paint Inc Supplies 92.96 40 12/07/2010 H,H & H Automotive Paint Inc Supplies 1,584.22 H,H & H Automotive Paint Inc Supplies 41.32 H,H & H Automotive Paint Inc Supplies 221.76 Hensley Battery And Electronics Supplies 234.00 Holy Cross Energy Services 171.63 Holy Cross Energy Services • 1,777.50 Lawson Products, Inc Supplies 219.62 Lawson Products, Inc Supplies 154.26 Lawson Products, Inc Supplies 219.63 Lawson Products, Inc Supplies 308.57 Layton Truck Equipment, LIc Supplies 478.12 Lighthouse Incorporated The Supplies 82.00 Macdonald Equipment Company Supplies 2,597.26 Napa Auto Parts Supplies 1000 O J Watson Company Incorporated Supplies 98.93 O J Watson Company Incorporated Supplies 33.47 O J Watson Company Incorporated Supplies 25.79 Petty Cash Motor Pool Services 7.20 Petty Cash Motor Pool Supplies 72.58 Petty Cash Motor Pool Supplies 72.59 Power Motive Supplies 486.08 Power Motive Supplies 52.20 Pst Enterprises Inc Supplies 317.97 Pst Enterprises Inc Supplies 2,210.75 Pst Enterprises Inc Supplies 453.41 Pst Enterprises Inc Supplies Safety Kleen 1,030.99 Services 275.26 Source Gas Services 754.17 Stephen J Stonehouse Supplies 256.00 Stephen J Stonehouse Supplies 256.00 The Nearly Everything Store, Inc. Supplies 1.50 Tire Distribution Systems Supplies 180.00 Tire Distribution Systems Supplies 1,214.00 Tire Distribution Systems Supplies 1,821.00 Town Of Gypsum Services 364.50 Town Of Gypsum Services 353.17 United States Welding Services 30.01 Us Cleaning Professionals Services 392.78 41 12/07/2010 ■ Us Cleaning Professionals Services 392.76 Valley Lumber Supplies 2.29 Valley Lumber Supplies 3.98 Valley Lumber Supplies 4.29 Valley Lumber Su pplies 17.96 Vista Fd, LIc Supplies 32.37 Vista Fd, LIc Supplies 78.29 Wagner Equipment Company Supplies 61.86 Wagner Equipment Company Supplies 188.34 Wagner Equipment Company Supplies 65.87 Wagner Equipment Company Supplies 108.70 Wagner Equipment Company Supplies 135.38 Wagner Equipment Company Supplies 772.00 Wagner Equipment Company Supplies 99.83 Wagner Equipment Company Supplies 3.75 Wagner Equipment Company Supplies 148.86 Wagner Equipment Company Supplies 258.07 Waste Management Incorporated Services 191.59 Western Slope Supplies Services 59.72 Westem Slope Supplies Services 59.73 Whitehalls Alpine Distributing Supplies 103.80 Whitehalls Alpine Distributing Supplies 183.85 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 121.75 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 4.90 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 121.76 Wylaco Supply Company Supplies 4.90 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 50.34 Xerox Corporation, Inc Services 50.34 214,043.99 INSURANCE RESERVE Attention Finance Eagle County Government Cash Transfer 15,064.18 Fred Levine Services, Inc. Supplies 78.99 15,143.17 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 1,765.74 Cnic Health Solutions Payroll 1,615.74 Denman Consulting Services Services 3,450.00 42 12/07/2010 6,831.48 E911 FUND Attention Finance Eagle County Government Cash Transfer 2,162 17 Cooper Notification, Inc. Services 16,300.00 Language Line Services Services 4.44 Qwest Services 6,500.00 Qwest Services 32.60 Qwest Services 4,075.24 Qwest Services 117.06 $29,191.51 Grand Total $9,481,484.43 Consent Agenda Chairman Fisher stated the first item before the Board was the Consent Agenda as follows: A. Approval of Bill Paying for the Week of December 6, 2010 (subject to review by the Finance Director) Finance Department Representative B. Approval of Payroll for December 16, 2010 (subject to review by the Finance Director) Finance Department Representative C. Ratification of Statement of Grant Award of $27,000 from the Colorado Department of Criminal Justice Victims of Crime Act for Contract Labor to Provide Direct Services to Victims of Crime Deena Ezzell, Sheriff's Office D. Final Settlement of Agreement between Eagle County and B &B Construction for the 2010 Overlay Project Brad Higgins, Road & Bridge E. Resolution 2010 -141 Authorizing the Defeasance of all the Outstanding (A) Eagle County, Colorado (Eagle Valley Library District) Limited Tax General Obligation Library Refunding Bonds, Series 2003, and (B) Eagle County, Colorado (Eagle Valley Library District) General Obligation (Limited Tax) Library Refunding Bonds, Series 2006, with Funds Provided to the County by the Eagle Valley Library District; Approving the Form of an Escrow Agreement to Effect such Defeasance; and Related Matters County Attorney's Office Representative Chairman Fisher asked the Attorney's Office if there were any changes to the Consent Agenda. Bryan Treu, County Attorney introduced John Dun from the Council for the Library District. He stated that item E was a resolution authorizing the defeasance of bonds. This stemmed from Amendment 61. There was no expense to the county. Mr. Dunn explained that the topic came up as a result of Amendment 6. Chairman Fisher asked Mr. Montag if item C should be tabled. Mr. Montag suggested postponing the item until next week. Commissioner Runyon moved to approve the Consent Agenda, Items A -E, excluding Item C. Commissioner Stavney seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 43 12/07/2010 Citizen Input Chairman Fisher opened and closed citizen Input, as there was none. Commissioner Stavney spoke about Alex Potente's departure from the county. He spoke about Alex's accomplishments in the Housing Department and the county. Chairman Fisher spoke about his determination and foresight and willingness to pursue. She wished him the best and thanked him for his dedication to the organization. Mr. Montag thanked him for service. Commissioner Runyon stated that it had been a fascinating time and he had done an outstanding job. Mr. Potente thanked everyone for his or her support, creative energy and willingness to tread new ground. He believed the county was an exciting place to live and it had been the most rewarding place to work. Resolution 2010 -142 Establishing Regular Public Meeting Days for the Eagle County Board of Commissioners for Fiscal Year 2011 and Establishing Days and Office Hours for County Offices to Transact County Business for Fiscal Year 2011 and Designating Legal Holidays for Fiscal Year 2011 and Establishing Bi- weekly Payroll Schedule for 2011 Administration Representative Commissioner Stavney asked about the second page that noted the regular public meetings being held in Eagle. He wondered if there was any reason not to add El Jebel. Mr. Treu believed there was no reason not to add El Jebel as an alternate location. Commissioner Runyon moved to approve the resolution establishing Regular Public Meeting Days for the Eagle County Board of Commissioners for Fiscal Year 2011 and Establishing Days and Office Hours for County Offices to Transact County Business for Fiscal Year 2011 and Designating Legal Holidays for Fiscal Year 2011 and Establishing Bi- weekly Payroll Schedule for 2011 with the amendment as proposed by Commissioner Stavney Commissioner Stavney seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Resolution 2010 -143 Concerning Assessor - Generated Petitions for Abatements and Refunds of Taxes Assessor's Office Representative Petitioner: Schedule No: Hartsell B. Soard Trust R026690 Kelly Scott R046656 William Sequin R055954 Chairman Fisher she hoped in the future that the county could be cognizant of the monies needing to be set aside for potential abatements while at the same time manage the rest of the general fund. Commissioner Runyon spoke about the running total, which was close to $250,000 and wondered how this would impact to the other special districts. He wondered if the Assessor's Office had a running total for each year. Mr. Treu stated that they were negligible in previous years. Commissioner Stavney moved to approve the resolution concerning Assessor- Generated Petitions for Abatements and Refunds of Taxes. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 44 12/07/2010 Resolution 2010 -144 Concerning Taxpayer- Generated Petitions for Abatements and Refunds of Taxes Assessor's Office Representative Petitioner: Schedule No: Shari & Brad Magosky R063523 Frances Biszantz R045410 Williams Family Trust R048491 Commissioner Runyon moved to approve the resolution concerning Taxpayer- Generated Petitions for Abatements and Refunds of Taxes. Commissioner Stavney seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Runyon spoke about Pearl Harbor Day and importance of remembering this day in history and the incredible world effort. Commissioner Runyon moved to adjourn as the Board of County Commissioners and re- convene as the Eagle County Liquor Licensing Authority. Commissioner Stavney seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Eagle County Liquor License Authority Kathy Scriver, Clerk and Recorder's Office Consent Agenda Renewals A. Marquez Restaurants, Inc. d/b /a Fiesta's Restaurant #04-89807-0000 This is a renewal of a Hotel and Restaurant License located in Edwards. There have been no complaints or disturbances in the past year. All the necessary fees have been paid. An Alcohol Management Plan is on file in the Clerk's Office and proof of server training has been provided. B. Ski Resort Concepts, LLC #02- 87163 -0000 This is a renewal of a Hotel and Restaurant License located in Beaver Creek. There have been no complaints or disturbances in the past year. All the necessary fees have been paid. An Alcohol Management Plan is on file in the Clerk's Office and proof of server training has been provided. C. Larkburger, LLC d/b /a Larkburger #07 -91989 -0000 This is a renewal of a Hotel and Restaurant License located in Edwards. There have been no complaints or disturbances in the past year. All the necessary fees have been paid. An Alcohol Management Plan is on file in the Clerk's Office and proof of server training has been provided. Other D. Hyatt Corporation d/b /a Park Hyatt at Beaver Creek #12- 87957 -0000 This is a Report of Change / Manager Registration. The applicant wishes to register Robert E. Purdy as the new manager, replacing Scott Mason. Mr. Purdy was reported to be of good moral character based on both his Sheriff and CBI report. 45 12/07/2010 Commissioner Stavney moved that the Board approve the Liquor Consent Agenda for December 7, 2010 consisting of Items A -D. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. APPLICANT: The Bookworm of Edwards, Inc. DBA: The Bookworm REPRESENTATIVE: Nicole Magistro and Kristen Allio, Owners LOCATION: • 295 Main St. C -109, Ruby Building - Riverwalk, Edwards REQUEST: Modification of Premises STAFF REPRESENTATIVE: Kathy Scriver CONCERNS / ISSUES: None DESCRIPTION: The applicant wishes to expand the licensed premise by adding an adjoining unit, C -109 that was previously a clothing store. The addition of the unit will expand the bookstore store by approximately 801 square feet. The liquor service area will remain in its current location however will expand slightly as indicated in the diagram. STAFF FINDINGS: 1. The application is in order, all requirements have been met, and all the necessary documents have been received. 2. A diagram of the current licensed premises and a diagram of the proposed changes have been provided. 3. The proposed change will not result in the licensed premises being located within 500 feet of any public or private schools. 4. The proposed change complies with the local building and zoning laws. 5. As the license boundary will change, public notice was given by posting a notice on the premises 10 days prior to the hearing. 6. All fees have been paid. DISCUSSION: Ms. Scriver presented the request. Ms. Magistro spoke about the expansion. Since the economic downturn, books sales continued to decline and the cafe continued to thrive. The expansion would expand the store and ultimately translate into sales keeping them afloat. One thing they use their liquor license for was private parties and author events. Overall, liquor sales were less than 1% of their sales. It was not significant but a necessary component to offer. Chairman Fisher believed it was a great meeting place and offered a great ambiance. She appreciated the work she'd done so far and looked forward to enjoying the expanded area. Commissioner Stavney moved that the Local Liquor Licensing Authority approve the request by The Bookworm of Edwards, Inc. d/b /a The Bookworm to modify the licensed premises and expand the licensed premises. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Runyon moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Liquor Licensing Authority and re- convene as the Board of County Commissioners. 46 12/07/2010 Commissioner Stavney seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Resolution 2010 -145 Adopting a Fifth Supplementary Budget and Appropriation of Unanticipated Revenues for Fiscal Year 2010, and Authorizing the Transfer of Budgeted and Appropriated Moneys between Various Spending Agencies Finance Department Representative Mr. Lewis presented the request. This would be the final supplemental for the 2010 budget. The expenditures were coming from additional revenue totaling $4,969,329. The amount that would be going against the unallocated fund balances was $617,911, restricted fund balances, $4,325,119, and a total appropriation of $5,912,359. All the additional revenue would be coming into the general fund. The revenue was coming in from a number of sources; the largest was the Energy Efficient Conservation Building Grant. There was also additional revenue coming in from Treasurer's Commissions. There were a few grants coming in from the Colorado Department of Transportation. The total revenue was $5,430,000 and of that, $461,408 was coming out of the general fund, fund balance. That money was primarily early retirement and unemployment of $393,680 to cover the balance of what the county would have to pay in unemployment. Commissioner Runyon asked about the extension of unemployment benefits and whether it would impact the county. Mr. Lewis stated that they anticipated this in the 2011 budget. He did not believe there would be any additional impact in 2012. People who took early retirement did not qualify for unemployment benefits. Commissioner Stavney stated that the county had 77 fewer employees and the organization would be in better shape in the future. Mr. Lewis spoke about the Attorney's request for an additional $53,000 for airport annexation of a small piece of property and some various property appraisals, and environmental assessment testing. They planned to use some of the Public Educational Grant revenues that were restricted for communications to do some audio upgrades in the Eagle County Room. There was a small increase from Eco build. There were also some other small miscellaneous expenses. Chairman Fisher asked about the Energy Efficiency Grants. Eagle County was in the process of hiring a person to oversee the entire process. She explained that the 5 million grant was specific and divided between the three counties. The money was restricted to those programs. Mr. Lewis stated that the Road and Bridge was requesting $9,400 to cover the additional fees. Social Services had an additional $61,889 of early retirement costs. The ECO transportation fund had a $117,000 request. The Housing Authority Fund was requesting $16,837 for early retirement unemployment. The Open Space fund was requesting $53,200. The capital improvements fund was requesting $12,500 to supplement the audio improvements to the Eagle County Room. The landfill was requesting $14,000 for recycling, repair, and supplies. Commissioner Stavney moved to approve the resolution adopting a Fifth Supplementary Budget and Appropriation of Unanticipated Revenues for Fiscal Year 2010, and Authorizing the Transfer of Budgeted and Appropriated Moneys between Various Spending Agencies. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Commissioner Runyon spoke about the significance of the county layoffs of 77 people and how difficult that has been for the remaining staff. These decisions are made with a clear understanding of the real world implications to families in these difficult situations. He thanked his fellow board members for taking the budget situation seriously. Chairman Fisher reiterated his comments and thanked those who have left the county after long tenures. She spoke about the difficulty involved and how challenging it has been. Commissioner Stavney stated that there are still 429 staff on board and he thanked the team for making the difficult situation work. 47 12/07/2010 Public Hearing — 2011 Budget Finance Department Representative John Lewis and Robbie Arndt Mr. Lewis opened the hearing. He spoke about the challenges, changes since October, the General Fund situation and the total of all funds. Initial dire assumptions presented last spring spurred creation of the finance advisory board. Members included Don Cohen, Ken Marchetti, Mary Randall, Mike Budd, Rob Levine and Keith Montag. Tom Hyatt also helped. Some assumptions included property tax decrease expected in 2012 of about 30% and then grow 1 -3% over the next 3 years. Sales tax were expected to flatten in 2011 and only grow 1% annually after that, a 26% decrease. Permits and fees would continue to remain flat after a 50% decrease in last 2 years and then were expected to increase by 3 %. Interest and investments were expected to grow at 1% annually after a 75% decrease in the last two years. Commissioner Runyon clarified that a 30% decrease was an average of the property value changes expected. Some properties may only decrease 20% and some may decrease 40 %. Chairman Fisher stated that it was a combined amount for residential, commercial and vacant land. Mr. Lewis stated that property tax revenues in the general fund would only be 38% of the total revenue as compared to 44% previously. Since October, there had been a downward revision to property tax revenue of $227,000, a fuel contingency increase of $100,000, sales tax revision upward of 1 %, increase of unemployment taxes of $490,000 and a wellness benefit of $125,000. Commissioner Runyon believed that sales tax would increase more than 1 %. Mr. Lewis stated that for every 1 %, $58,000 would be added to the general fund. There were staff reductions from 466 to 429 from 2010. Chairman Fisher asked about expenses being reduced in the last two years in the General Fund. She stated that there has been almost 10 million in reductions over the last two years. Mr. Lewis thanked everyone for their contributions towards cutting expenses. Total expenses were projected to be back to 2005 levels. He highlighted the fact that there would be excess revenues in 2011 and 2012, which would protect the reduction in property tax revenues in, 2012 and later. With reserves were they were the county should be in good shape for years after 2012. There would be another reassessment in 2013 for 2014 tax collection. Commissioner Stavney spoke about decreasing expenditures before revenues drop to be prepared to cover the expected losses. Commissioner Runyon asked how the county's property tax collections as a percent of the total general fund revenues compared to the other counties in the state. He asked about a mechanism to rebalance the cash flow to decrease dependency on this revenue source. Mr. Lewis stated that he would be happy to put this analysis together. The county only collected 12% of the total property tax collected. Mr. Montag clarified the protocol for the budget presentation. Next week the mill levies would be formalized. He thanked everyone involved in the budget process and the staff in these very difficult years. Chairman Fisher added her thanks. She believed that the county was not a top down organization and was dependent on the employees in the organization to carry the charge. She thanked Mr. Lewis and the finance staff as well. Executive Session - Joint Meeting Eagle Valley Land Trust (recorded) Bob Morris, Attorney's Office Planning Files PDS -2313 Eagle River Meadows Scot Hunn, Planning 48 12/07/2010 NOTE: Tabled from 1/26/10, 3/30/10, 5/25/10, 6/08/10, 7/06/10, 8/24/10, 8/31/10, 10/5/10 & 10/19/10 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. REFERENCE: Staff Report in 8/24/2010 minutes DISCUSSION: Mr. Hunn provided some background information on the history of the request. The applicant was asked to provide some comparative projects throughout the valley. Chairman Fisher opened public comment. Susan Miller spoke to the board. She hoped growth would be allowed and hoped there would be a balance between development and quality of life. She hoped they would reduce the scale of the project. She suggested J gg option C, which would include no development on the north side, low- density houses adjacent to the Preserve, and a public parking lot for the Preserve. She also asked that development be focused along Highway 6 and the total number of houses be reduced. She suggested a significant reduction in residential and asked that commerc ial development be allowed. Lonnie Chipman spoke. He was also concerned about the density of the project and was enthusiastic about the open space. He was concerned about the density limiting the open space feeling. He has been involved in the medical community and was familiar with the demand, but did not believe it could be a keystone to commercial development. Commissioner Runyon asked about the distance one needed to travel for urgent care. Typically, medical facilities served the local community and this introduced a medical tourism component. He asked Dr. Chipman to comment on these situations. The VVMC was looking at a big expansion for surgery at the Shaw Center, but there was no urgent care. Dr. Chipman clarified that there was urgent care available at the Shaw Clinic. If there was a percei ved need for this type of care he believed the VVMC would provide this at the Shaw Clinic. Medical tourism included those who came to the hospital for their medical care. Commissioner Stavney asked who provided the draw. Dr. Chipman explained that he felt it was the physicians. Commissioner Runyon stated that once the ambulance was at a residence they take the patient to an emergency room. He was concerned about life threatening situations. Dr. Chipman stated that he did not perceive a need for a major medical facility in the Edwards community. Suzanne Hoffman - LeBlanc spoke. She disagreed with Dr. Chipman in that medical tourism was a burgeoning industry. Currently there was a gravel pit and if the development were not economically viable, there would continue to be a gravel pit. She moved to Eagle County for the quality of life but had considered moving to the Front Range due to improved medical services. There was currently an orthopedic tourism, but not full medical tourism. She spoke about the ambulatory care options and the possibility that Dowd Junction could close limiting access to the hospital. She hoped the board would consider the request. Chairman Fisher asked about her residence. Ms. Hoffman - LeBlanc lived in Avon and was an attorney. She had lived in the valley for 7 years. Bob Rulon of Land Title and resident of Gypsum spoke to the board. He agreed with all comments made by Ms. Hoffman - LeBlanc. The developers felt this was viable. People were leaving the area due to lack of employment among other reasons. Rick Mueller spoke. He spoke about vision. He believed that the services were needed. He thought the medical concept could be great. He compared the concept to the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota and its success. He suggested taking a leap of faith. There was no such thing as a perfect project. There was a growth rate established in 2003. A medical facility would bring year round sustainable growth. New construction was needed. The project was a five -year project and would only make a dent. Mr. Badger explained his presentation. He started with the time frame involved. He explained that it would take six to eight months to get a preliminary plan done if approval was achieved. The earliest possible time 49 12/07/2010 of putting a shovel in the ground would be June of 2013 and build -out could take 7 to 12 years. He showed an illustrative plan, which included 380 units of housing and 260,000 square feet of commercial. The next plan took development off the north side of the property and gave it to the county for future use. This plan included 240 housing units and 240,000 square feet of commercial. Chairman Fisher asked if pre -sales are the pre- cursor then why would that be less feasible today. Mr. Badger stated that it related to volume as the number of transactions had decreased significantly. There were still buyers, but fewer of them. He spoke about financing being available if 40 -60% of the property was pre - sold, and today it was closer to 70 %. The bank policies change frequently in this regard. With 105 acres, the development was entirely on the gravel pit, which was only 25 buildable acres. Commissioner Runyon asked with a total of 260,000 how would it be divided. Mr. Badger showed a slide that gave an idea of the height of the project. He showed details on the expected building placements. He provided details about Solaris, which was 274,000 square feet total. The Riverwalk development was 380,000 square feet. Edwards Village was about 98,000 square feet. These numbers exclude the parking available. Commissioner Runyon asked for the best comparison. Mr. Badger indicated that Chapel Square would be closest. The buildings were intended to be four floors. Commissioner Stavney appreciated the comparisons. Mr. Badger proposed bringing the density down to 180,000 by creating more of a townhome product. Chairman Fisher asked how the parking would work. She wondered where the commercial parking would be. Mr. Badger stated that the majority of the parking would be covered. The ratio was 2.5 spaces per unit. He felt that there was an onerous parking regulation in the county. Chairman Fisher wondered where parking would be provided. Mr. Badger stated that one would be underground and one in the driveway. The parking ratio accommodated guest parking. He stated that in resort areas the parking requirement was one per unit. Residential parking in resort communities was typically .75 to 1.5. Chairman Fisher stated that those requirements might be okay for non -primary residences. She compared the parking at Chapel Square and the Colorado Mountain College. Mr. Badger spoke about the ability to break up the parking. Commissioner Stavney spoke about the parking regulations. Mr. Badger felt that parking should be reduced as long as the needs of the community could be met. Scot Hunn spoke about this project in comparison with the sustainable community index and how well the development could accommodate transit. Chairman Fisher spoke about Riverwalk, which was a mixture of commercial and residential combined. When she calculated the 260,000, she came up with 800 some spots just for the commercial component. Commissioner Stavney stated that with the regulations in place, there would be between 500 and 700 for residential, but 1500 — 1800 spaces for total spaces. He believed that parking would be an issue. Mr. Badger explained that much of the parking would be surface. Commissioner Stavney wished to give Mr. Badger the direction on parking before possible approval. Mr. Badger spoke about the market and viability of the plan. Don Cohen spoke to the board as Executive Director of the Economic Council of Eagle County. Commissioner Runyon stated that he had read the report and suggested a highlight of the industry and how it related to Eagle County. He wondered about incentives for this type of tourism. Mr. Cohen presented a PowerPoint of the project potential. He suggested visualization of what might happen in this development. Many who have weighed in on the file have been looking at the past. As part of future visualization, it was important to think about potential businesses including VVMC. He shared the models of Denver hospitals that had moved to larger sites to accommodate their needs and extend services. There would be new medical software opportunities that need access to high -speed broadband and were not locale sensitive. Other areas included the medical equipment and training center fields. Urgent and Acute care were different from an emergency department. The question of why the emergency room was the furthest point away from the population centers should be asked. A concentration of doctors and ancillary care facilities would be very attractive to visitors. A community health clinic was another possible option. Commissioner Runyon asked about a Health and Wellness district. He wondered if this would be a taxing entity. 50 12/07/2010 Mr. Cohen clarified that it was a concept label and not a legal label. The clustering concept was successfully executed elsewhere in the country. He spoke about the Anschutz Health and Wellness Center at the Fitzsimmons Campus in Denver. This facility had the ability to put Colorado on the map in the health and wellness industry. The center focused on proper nutrition and health. He believed this was what our county should aspire to. The county had an opportunity to differentiate themselves from other resort communities. The concept was what should be important. The county had a four -year development history and this type of development was different. This was more like a shopping center model. This was a lower risk opportunity for the county and the approval of a sketch plan gave the developer more money to get a project going. He believed good economic development in this economy would not immediately start a project; it was a market and work in progress. Commissioner Runyon stated that his skepticism was that Mr. Badger wanted to build and develop this project, but the driver was to make a success on a construction development project. He wished there was someone with the passion to be part of the initial planning. Mr. Cohen stated that Pete Seibert did not envision what was going to happen with his dream of building a ski area. He felt there were some green shoots of some interesting ideas. Commissioner Stavney spoke about his perspective. Mr. Badger stated that his career was about creating a vision for the community. Commissioner Stavney stated that he was willing to suspend a certain amount of skepticism. He spoke about condition 19 requiring a compatibility analysis for the next stage of the process. The project became considerably less compelling if it did not have significant anchor tenants at the table for future approvals. 1-le felt confident that with 30 conditions: He would not have an issue with killing the project at the next level if it did not meet everyone's expectations. Chairman Fisher was challenged at this point. This is a huge mind change. Putting this type of prof ect in unincorporated Eagle County was difficult. She did not believe this would be the solution to all medical emergencies. She agreed that the Anschutz facility was fascinating and impressive. This was not a destination location with a hotel right across the street rather a location to which people would need to drive. She did not see this being a self - contained center. The majority of the people utilizing the services would come from outside. She was challenged at a sketch plan level with the hands being tied to a certain extent. She spoke about the highest and best use. This was not a development concept as much as an appraisal concept at calculating the highest value of a property. It is difficult to have a developer as the proponent without the business operators at the table. She has watched three different boards deliberate on development requests. Riverwalk was a perfect example of how not to do a commercial development. The positive draw created in this location may have severe consequences to developments already built. The parking and transit would be a focal point and it didn't seem to be a significant consideration at this point. She had never seen it work where the developer was willing to relinquish some of what was approved during sketch plan to make the request more community oriented. Commissioner Runyon wondered about the density. He wondered if there was a drawback to reducing the density. Mr. Badger stated the number of residential units was 240 and 80 of these satisfied the affordable housing requirement. He could further reduce the number to 180 and make the entire project resident occupied. He believed he could create a better product. Alex Potente stated that "resident occupied" helped keep prices in line with what locals could afford. He added that the new jobs would also create demand on housing. From a community benefit perspective he felt a solution would be taking title to the north side of the property with the intent of possibly selling it to build affordable housing, or 10 years down the road building affordable housing on the property itself. He wondered if the project was mitigating itself in terms of the housing the people working there. Commissioner Runyon spoke about community development. There were two bests; what was best for the community and what's best for the landowner / developer. Sometimes these were the same and sometimes they are not. He spoke about option C. He wondered about the two eastern most buildings. Mr. Badger explained that these buildings were 45 units. Commissioner Runyon wondered about shaving these units off. Mr. Badger stated that he would like to understand the basis for carving units off the development. He had run all of the analysis and the numbers made sense. Commissioner Runyon stated that in a visual sense the buildings could be spread out and the fact that additional density equaled additional traffic. He was disturbed that the VVMC did not see this as an opportunity. This fact added to his discomfort with the development. There had been no physicians or health care providers in the audiences supporting this proposal. He bought into the business plan as an economic incentive that could be of 51 12/07/2010 value in the community, but would prefer to have an urgent care and possibly more complete medical campus. When 40% of the people were indirectly or directly involved in building, it was not sustainable. Mr. Badger stated that in looking at a bigger vision was what this whole concept was about. Commissioner Runyon stated that looking at a mechanism to change the demographic in the county was a good idea. He would like to know what the job mix would look like. Mr. Badger indicated that this would be part of the market study. Commissioner Stavney suggested adding this detail to the market study condition. He spoke about Rick Mueller's comments about vision, which would include ongoing jobs after the project was built. There was no larger lessor in the Edward's area than Rick Mueller. Chairman Fisher spoke about us not being sustainable as a community and the fact that we have now downsized could mean that we were actually sustainable at this point. She spoke about the new hotel facilities opening in Vail. She asked Mr. Badger's definition of sustainability. Mr. Badger explained that if a community was consuming more than was being produced it was not sustainable. Chairman Fisher stated that for the first time the county was experiencing a reality check of what was sustainable. As soon as all of the vacant land was built out, the jobs that built them out would be unneeded. Mr. Badger stated that the construction industry would not come back for 5 — 7 years. There was the resort industry, hospital and government. Chairman Fisher clarified that tourism was our business. The county was possibly overbuilt at this point. She wondered about taking what was currently available and using it to the highest degree. Mr. Cohen stated that he hated the word sustainable. He believed viable was a better term. He expected through the rest of the decade there would be 1 -2% growth. Mike Budd spoke to the board. He stated that there was some hard economic data. At age 50 skiers did not ski as much and there would be a dramatic decline in the near future. Vail Resorts was improving their product to hold onto a market share. The national economy was in the tank, the baby boomer generation was not going to be replaced and the county should be prepared for this. Mr. Badger was trying to develop a viable economic model. Mr. Badger needed to know that if he should move forward with a health / wellness business model was acceptable. The key component was that someone was going to have to step up and create the opportunity. Mr. Potente's suggestion of selling the north parcel was a good idea. At this stage of the game, the process should be given some flexibility. Kara Heide spoke. The tourism situation was not doom and gloom. The products created addressed the baby boomer issue. They had created great partnerships with the Town of Vail. Both summer and winter numbers were up. Suzanne Hoffman - LeBlanc addressed the issue of why the other doctors weren't here. They were not there because it was a form of protectionism. Outside the community, they saw great opportunities for health care entrepreneurs and wellness operators. She urged light placement of weight on the absence of representatives from this industry. A better platform needed to be provided. She wondered how this brand value would be replaced. Physicians have had to leave the valley in order to make it in the medical industry. Mr. Badger was a business man trying to make his project viable. In 2015, the World Championships may not bring in as much as was expected. We've got vision in this valley. This property could create another new industry. She hoped that everyone could sit down together after an approval and make it the best industry it could be. Wendy Stanley, owner at the Village at Brett Ranch spoke. In 1976, her family made a decision to move to Colorado. She felt fortunate that she was able to walk and ride her bike to everything. She moved toVail with her life savings and hoped that everyone would remember that Colorado had always stood for the environment. Even though it was important to re- invent sometimes the quality of life was so important. She suggested a compromise without ruining this quality of life. Commissioner Stavney asked if she was opposed to the project. Ms. Stanley stated that it would be difficult to live across from such a construction process. She also saw the traffic on Highway 6 and realized these people would prefer to live in homes rather than trailers. The community that this development would be in was working class. She liked a compromise of open space and very thoughtful and reasonable construction on the site. Chairman Fisher asked about price points for the townhouses. Mr. Badger stated that the prices would likely be comparable to Brett Ranch, which was approximately 325,000 per unit. These units were from 1000 — 1400 square feet. 52 12/07/2010 Commissioner Runyon spoke about momentum leading up to future plan level approvals. The reality was that the project could be rejected in the future for many reasons. It was not his responsibility to advise the developer about what may or may not be spent. He hoped Mr. Badger understood that he had a lot of reservations. Even if the detailed needs are presented, the findings could indicate denial of the project at a future point. The difficulty of a sketch plan was evident. He suggested lowering the density even further. If Valley View Hospital thought it was a good idea he would even consider a larger space for the commercial portion. He urged Mr. Badger to proceed with great trepidation. Chairman Fisher stated that plan B was not a given at this point. Mr. Badger stated that if there was another community benefit it could be weighed in consideration of the affordable housing requirement. He felt they were giving something up in return for something else. He had offered to make the units resident occupied. Chairman Fisher was concerned about the massiveness of the commercial development. She couldn't just pick a number out of the air with size for a commercial development, but it did seem quite overwhelming. This took her back to developers selling the highest possible density so that downscaling was seen as a favor to the board or deciding body. She wondered if there was another vision. She had hoped to see a smaller scale with potential for expansion in the future. She did not want to be backed into a corner in the future on size of the development. The board was still in the dark about the developer's bottom line. If this proposal was the bottom line, the board needed to know. Commissioner Stavney stated that the current discussion was 180 units on the south side along with the commercial space. Mr. Badger suggested adding another condition related to the massing allowed. He thought there was a way to handle her concerns. The marketing study dovetailed into this discussion. If the party was at the table some of their authorship would be involved in the discussion. Michael Eaton, adjacent landowner spoke to the board. He suggested other options. He believed the entire south side would be developed eventually. He would like to see the Eaton family take ownership of the north side at a development price and leave it as open space. The developer paid top price for this property. The only way this piece of property made sense was in a conservation easement. That money could go towards the county so they forgive the affordable housing stock. He believed the county could use the money to purchase property elsewhere until needed. By the time a road and utilities were put in, there was very little room to build. He would be willing to put a pedestrian bridge in to connect Brett Ranch. He believed there were other options and his family was willing to step forward but it had to make economic sense to connect it to his property. Chairman Fisher appreciated Mr. Eaton stepping up and offering the idea. She encouraged the applicant to have these types of discussions with the community and look for other opportunities. Mr. Eaton stated that the feedback he'd received from the applicant centered around the affordable the housing component. He believed that his proposal could be a win win for the county. Commissioner Stavney spoke about option `A' being a non - starter. He stated the next part of the discussion related to the north side solution. He was c,, ,.• = d about the county taking on and trying to do development and this was a very challenging piece of ., =;thought taking the money and putting it elsewhere was a better plan. If it was deeded to the housing an. :• 4 14. ?1.�, , ent authority it could have more teeth. He was intrigued by Mike Budd's idea. He did not think the V. : e Medical Center was very good at strategic vision. The question was whether the county should do anythin . .0.-`north side. He felt that 180 RO units and deeding the north to the county satisfied the affordable housing issue. He wondered if this would work for the developer. Mr. Badger stated that once they started analyzing the costs involved in the infrastructure they would know more about the viability of the project. At a higher level, he believed things could work, but if prices dropped it may no longer be viable. Commissioner Runyon stated that he agreed with Chairman Fisher that the issue was density, and knew that the developer bought the land at the height of the market. If the answer was no, the owners would put it back on the market with the possibility that the new owners would come up with a less elaborate plan. He would only be willing to go to the next approval level was to see the business plan and it would have to be airtight. He believed there could be advantages to the community. Commissioner Stavney asked Chairman Fisher how she felt. Chairman Fisher asked for some additional conditions in writing that provided an appropriate out related to the mass and volume. She also did not want the area to become suburbia. The time between sketch and preliminary plan could be used to satisfy the conditions and the applicant must be willing to modify the project in order for her to move forward. She did not want to look back with regrets on another development. 53 12/07/2010 Mr. Morris stated that a condition was not needed to satisfy this concern. Chairman Fisher wondered how the passion could be carried forward if there were two new board members: Mr. Morris stated that current land use regulations required that an approval be made within two years of sketch plan approval. As the regulations currently stood all three would still be on the board two years hence. Even if a condition were put in, it would not bind a successor board. Commissioner Stavney did not like not having any connectivity to the other side of the river on the property. He still thought the connection was important enough to require a road. There was also still the issue of single point of access. His take was to close the public hearing and extend it to next week to discuss the specific suggested conditions at that meeting. Mr. Badger wondered when he might get an approval. He requested that the decision be made as soon as possible. He asked for direction. Commissioner Runyon asked Mr. Hunn if he felt there should be additional conditions required to deal with their concerns. Mr. Hunn stated that he felt some additional quality conditions could be added. Commissioner Stavney requested a few additional conditions. Chairman Fisher suggested that Mr. Badger work with Mr. Hunn to hone in the conditions and at the next meeting, the proposed conditions would be discussed. She wanted the issue of the north side to be left open for future possible solutions. She needed to be able to stand up to the community and take ownership of any decision. Commissioner Runyon wondered whether there could be conditions added at preliminary plan stage. Mr. Morris stated that some reasonable conditions could still be added within reason. He suggested meeting individually with Mr. Hunn about his concerns. Chairman Fisher did not want to get into a debate over the synopsis. Commissioner Stavney was afraid of coming back on January 11 `h and still having too much work to do before making a decision. Commissioner Stavney moved to table the file PDS 2013 until January 11, 2010 and closed the public hearing. Commissioner Runyon seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. There being no further business before the Boar the meet'.: . s adjourned until ) ec ber 14, 2010. Attest: 41111CALgi A `: • Clerk to the Board ,* 1 111 0 16 * Ch 54 12/07/2010