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Minutes 02/18/14 PUBLIC HEARING February 18, 2014 Present: Jill Ryan Chairman Kathy Chandler-Henry Commissioner Sara Fisher Commissioner Keith Montag County Manager Bryan Treu County Attorney 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: Consent Agenda Chairman Ryan stated the first item before the Board was the Consent Agenda as follows: 1. Approval of Bill Paying for the Week of February 17,2014(subject to Review by the Finance Director) John Lewis,Finance 2. Approval of the Minutes for the Board of County Commissioner Meetings for December 31,2013,January 7 and January 14, 2014 Teak Simonton,Clerk&Recorder 3. Grant Recipient Agreement between Eagle County and EGE Air Alliance for Flight Guarantee and Air Program Services Rachel Oys,Administration 4. Grant Recipient Agreement between Eagle County and Family Resource Center of the Roaring Fork School District For Basalt Resource Center Rachel Oys,Administration 5. Grant Recipient Agreement between Eagle County ad Mind Springs Health for Eagle County Detax Services Rachel Oys,Administration 6. Grant Recipient Agreement between Eagle County and the Town of Minturn for the Historic Walk in the Park Display Rachel Oys,Administration 7. Grant Recipient Agreement between Eagle County and Northwest Colorado Legal Services for Attorney Representation for Low-income Clients Rachel Oys,Administration 8. Grant Recipient Agreement between Eagle County and the Roaring Fork Conservancy for a Fryingpan River Economic Significance Study Rachel Oys,Administration 9. Grant Recipient Agreement between Eagle County and Youth Entity for the Computers for Kids Program Rachel Oys,Administration 10. Memorandum of Understanding between Eagle County and the State of Colorado Department of Human Services for Identification of Duties in Implementing the Colorado Works Program 1 02/18/2014 Rachel Oys,Administration 11. Purchase of Sale Contract between Eagle River Water and Sanitation District and Eagle County for Tract E, Vail Christian High School PUD Attorney,Diane Mauriello 12. Resolution 2014-008 Authorizing any of the Eagle County Commissioners to Execute All Documents Necessary for the Sale of Tract E,Vail Christian High School PUD,Eagle County, Colorado Attorney, Diane Mauriello 13. Resolution 2014-009 Re-establishing Election Precincts for Partisan Elections Clerk&Recorder,Teak Simonton 14. Resolution 2014-010 Adopting Appendix Q: Severe Weather,to the Eagle County Emergency Operations Plan Emergency Management,Barry Smith 15. Amendment No. 1 to Master Contract between Eagle County and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to Set Forth General Contract Terms and Conditions Health&Human Services,Jennifer Ludwig Commissioner Fisher pointed out the grant agreements on the consent agenda. The full list of those receiving grant awards could be found on the website. Commissioner Fisher moved to approve the Consent Agenda for February 18, 2014, as presented. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Citizen Input Chairman Ryan opened citizen input. Barbara Allen spoke about the traffic and the new statistics about traffic in the Edwards area. She believed that Eagle County residents did not want pot sold to all the 300,000 guests to the county. She believed that marijuana research was 50 years behind the regulations and knowledge about alcohol. She believed that the goal for the marijuana cartel was to rival skiing and drive out real estate. She did not want to see the county jeopardize the environment,wildlife, and water. The COE of Vail Resorts made a commitment to making the place family friendly. There were 100 signatures gathered from Eagle Vail from people afraid of losing their home values. In closing she stated that"Safe on 6"was gathering momentum and attracting families for housing was more important than marijuana. 16. Treasurer Fourth Quarter Interest Report Karen Sheaffer,Treasurer Mari Renzelman, Chief Deputy Treasurer presented a PowerPoint presentation. The total collection for the fourth quarter was $102,880 of that; $88,531 went to the general fund. She presented a comparison by year. The interest projections for this year were estimated to be flat. Ms. Sheaffer explained that her office continued to follow the goal of making sure the principle was conserved and until interest rates when up the portfolio was posed to take advantage of any increase in interest. Karla Bagley stated that new foreclosure filings were down significantly over 2012. The office took in $23,118.18 and expenses totaled$46,515.78. There were currently 106 active foreclosures, down from 141 as of October, 2013. 2 02/18/2014 Work Sessions 17. Discussion on Potential Open Space Acquisitions Toby Sprunk Wayfinder Program Overview Sarah Luben and Toni Rozanski,Health and Human Services f)G4001._ c There being no further business before the :v. i -� ng was adjourned until Feb • 25,2014. °LQ Attest: IU►a° Clerk to the Board Chai v� 3 02/18/2014