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Minutes 03/11/14 PUBLIC HEARING March 11, 2014 Present: Jill Ryan Chairman Sara Fisher Commissioner Kathy Chandler-Henry Commissioner Keith Montag County Manager Beth Ayres-Oliver Assistant 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: EAGLE COUNTY PAYMENT REPORT Published under the direction of the Eagle County Board of County Commissioners FEBRUARY 2014 Vendor Type Amount 1001 General Fund A BETTER PROCESS INC Civil Refunds 24.00 ABC LEGAL SERVICES,INC. Civil Refunds 18.20 ADP Services 6,410.37 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED Supplies 169.51 ALPINE LEGAL SERVICES INC Community Grants 10,000.00 ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY Supplies - 86.49 AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION Services 727.00 APPLIED TRUST INC. Services 175.00 ARAMARK COMPANY Supplies 450.80 ASPEN CAMP OF THE DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING Community Grants 650.00 ASPEN CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Community Grants 7,500.00 ASPEN PUBLISHERS INC. Supplies 465.00 ASPEN TO PARACHUTE DENTAL HEALTH ALLIANCE Community Grants 10,000.00 AT&T Services 2,526.81 AUTOMATED BUILDING SOLUTIONS,INC. Services 199.99 AV-TECH ELECTRONICS INCORPORATED Capital 4,318.00 AVENET,LLC Services 900.00 AVON CENTER AT BEAVER CREEK I HOA Services 2,555.61 AVON COMMERCIAL OWNERS ASSOCIATION Services 1,910.99 BOARD OF REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS Services 382.00 BOB BARKER COMPANY Supplies 140.55 BORDEN DAIRY COMPANY Supplies 216.90 BRAD MONTGOMERY PRODUCTIONS,INC Services 250.00 BRETT DONELSON Community Grants 10,000.00 BRETT STEVEN HECKMAN,PC Civil Refunds 5.60 BRIAN BEVAN Services 83.62 BRIGHT FUTURE FOUNDATION FOR EAGLE COUNTY Community Grants 35,000.00 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Services 2,287.50 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 109.08 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 103.44 1 03/11/2014 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 167.46 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 215.45 CARDIFF CORP. Services 1,504.00 CASTLE PEAK VETERINARY SERVICE INC Services 209.86 CATA Services 300.00 CATHOLIC CHARITIES AND COMMUNITY SERVICES Community Grants 15,000.00 CCTA-EASTERN DIVISION Services 40.00 CDW GOVERNMENT Supplies 44.70 CDW LLC Services 4,830.00 CDW LLC Supplies 20,196.44 CED CONSOLIDATED ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTORS Supplies 1,429.86 CENTRAL CREDIT CORP. Civil Refunds 21.80 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 1,332.08 CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING Supplies 188.43 CHARLES D JONES CO,INC. Supplies 283.34 CHARM-TEX INC. Supplies 252.40 CHEMA TOX LABORATORY,INC Services 20.00 CISCO SYSTEMS,INC Services 210.90 CITADEL SECURITY&INVESTIGATIONS Services 8,723.88 Codex Corp. Services 3,196.00 COLORADO CORONERS ASSOCIATION Services 1,200.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURE Services 100.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIROMEN Services 2,666.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Services 79.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Services 1,663.33 COLORADO STATE 4-H SENATE Services 115.00 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH INC Services 490.00 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH INC Services 2,137.50 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH INC Community Grants 60,000.00 COMPUTERS FOR KIDS Community Grants 10,000.00 CONSERVE A WATT LIGHTING INC Supplies 171.34 CONSERVICE LLC Services 33.35 CONSERVICE LLC Services 89.59 CONSERVICE LLC Services 38.30 CONSERVICE LLC Services 45.89 CONSERVICE LLC Services 6.04 COOL RADIO LLC(KSNO/KZYR/KBCR) Services 10,000.00 CRAIG NEWELL SNOWDON Services 226.00 Crown Mountain Park&Recreation District Community Grants 10,240.00 CUTWATER INVESTOR SERVICES CORP Services 5,073.13 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 33,136.50 DALE BUGBY Civil Refunds 19.00 DALY PROPERTY SERVICES Services 1,376.00 DAN CORCORAN PLS Services 850.00 DAVID A BAUER Civil Refunds 77.20 DAVID NUDELL Civil Refunds 19.00 DENNIS WILLEY Services Reimbursement 291.60 DISTRICT ATTORNEYS Civil Refunds 4.00 DOCTORS ON CALL Services 280.00 2 03/11/2014 Drivers License Guide Company Supplies 62.85 EAGLE AIR ALLIANCE Community Grants 200,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Community Grants 30,000.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Services 50.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Services 39.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Civil Refunds 29.20 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 1,988,752.90 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 383.37 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 347.21 EAGLE VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL PROJECT Services 700.00 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS Services 540.00 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS Community Grants 98,734.00 ELITE LEGAL SERVICES Civil Refunds 19.00 ENGLISH IN ACTION Community Grants 10,000.00 EPS DESIGN AND PRINT Services 100.55 EVA WILSON Services Reimbursement 533.48 EVANGELINA MUNOZ-RUIZ Services Reimbursement 114.24 EVANGELINA MUNOZ-RUIZ Services Reimbursement 270.00 EVERETT FAMILY FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY Services 1,420.00 EXECUCOM Services 70.67 Family Visitor Program of Garfield County Community Grants 10,000.00 FARRELL&SELDIN Civil Refunds 340.40 FEDERAL EXPRESS Services 64.29 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INCORPORATED Supplies 46.99 FERRELL GAS Services 3,038.77 FIRE SPRINKLER SERVICES Services 315.00 FIRKINS GARAGE DOORS INC Services 390.00 FLEISHMAN&SHAPIRO PC Civil Refunds 8.40 FOOD BANK OF THE ROCKIES,INC. Community Grants 6,000.00 FRANCY LAW FIRM,PLLC Civil Refunds 55.00 FRANK J BALL Civil Refunds 32.00 FRANKLIN COVEY Services 19,546.83 GARTH KOELLHOFFER Civil Refunds 19.00 GATEWAY SAFETY PRODUCTS Supplies 752.46 GEOFF HEIL Services Reimbursement 25.20 GIRSH AND ROTTMAN Civil Refunds 54.00 GRAINGER INC Supplies 322.04 GREAT AMERICAN FINANCIAL SERVICES CORPORATION Services 653.25 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 135,975.18 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 14,437.29 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 9,718.13 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 27,028.20 GREG MOFFET Services 355.95 GREG VAN WYK Services Reimbursement 540.00 H&B SNOW REMOVAL SERVICES,INC Services 3,380.78 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY Community Grants 54,000.00 HARDSCRABBLE TRAILS COALITION Community Grants 2,500.00 HARRIS LOCAL GOVERNMENT SOLUTIONS INC. Services 15,000.00 HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES PETTY CASH Mileage Reimbursement 10.00 3 03/11/2014 HEWLETT PACKARD Supplies 538.74 HIGH COUNTRY COPIERS Supplies 479.00 HIGH COUNTRY NEWS Supplies 29.95 HILLS PET NUTRITION SALES INCORPORATED Supplies 127.11 HINDMAN SANCHEZ Civil Refunds 4.00 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 18,495.64 HOSPICE OF THE VALLEY Community Grants 10,000.00 HVAC SUPPLY Supplies 29.14 ' INN AT RIVERWALK Services 97.28 INNOVISION INC. Services 2,785.00 INTERMOUNTAIN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES,INC. Services 198.00 INTERNATIONAL CODE COUNCIL,INC Supplies 168.50 IRENE FIGUEROA Services Reimbursement 69.44 JEFF PIEPER Services 145.28 JOEL DAVID FISCHER Supplies 65.00 JOHN LEWIS Services Reimbursement 349.54 JOHN LEWIS Services Reimbursement 244.30 KARA BETTIS CORONER Services Reimbursement 80.43 Katherine Mazzia Arnot Services 1,332.04 KATHY CHANDLER-HENRY Services Reimbursement 459.76 KELLY MCKENNEY Services 31.64 KELLY MILLER Services Reimbursement 76.27 KELLY MILLER Payroll 650.00 KEN RANSFORD Services 6.78 KILLIAN DAVIDS RICHTER&MAYLE,PC Civil Refunds 44.00 KIM BOCK Services 39.55 KIMBERLY KOCH Civil Refunds 21.80 KIRK PLISKE Payroll 98.04 KRAV MAGA WORLDWIDE Services 3,750.00 LABSOURCE,INC. Supplies 760.00 LAURA SAMBRANO Services Reimbursement 35.84 LAURA SAMBRANO Supplies Reimbursement 16.79 LAW OFFICE OF ROGER MOORE Civil Refunds 6.40 LEXISNEXIS RISK DATA MANAGEMENT,INC Services 7.00 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 4,460.76 LINDA MCCAY Supplies 110.00 Lisa Ponder Services Reimbursement 145.00 LOOMIS ARMORED US,LLC Services 354.38 MAGGIE SWONGER Services Reimbursement 280.56 MAIN STREET MANAGEMENT,LLC Services 1,137.00 MARIA RIOS Services Reimbursement 140.67 MARICELA SIXTOS Civil Refunds 19.00 MARIYA TRIFONOVA Services Reimbursement 22.03 MARK A.LEACHMAN,P.C. Civil Refunds 20.20 MARK CHAPIN Services Reimbursement 162.68 MARKS PLUMBING PARTS Supplies 89.85 MEADOW MOUNTAIN PLUMBING Services 2,380.00 MELINA VALSECIA-MONREAL Services Reimbursement 321.67 MELINA VALSECIA-MONREAL Services Reimbursement 11.93 4 03/11/2014 MICHAEL WARREN HOUCK Civil Refunds 19.00 MICHELLE DIBOS Services 143.36 MID VALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT Services 372.30 MID VALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT Services 32.40 MOBILE VISION INC Services 937.00 Montana Silversmiths Inc Supplies 615.00 MOUNTAIN PEST CONTROL,INC. Services 922.00 MSR WEST INCORPORATED Services 1,189.40 MTN MESA SPORT INC Supplies 142.12 MWI VETERNIARY SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 663.54 NACHSA Services 130.00 NOLA NICHOLSON Services Reimbursement 56.00 NORTHWEST COLORADO LEGAL SERVICES Community Grants 10,000.00 NOVA SECURITY GROUP,INC Supplies 1,765.00 OCCUSCREEN,LLC Services 315.64 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 112.23 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 592.84 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 366.74 OG PRINTER INC Supplies 611.00 ONTIVEROS,LUPE Services Reimbursement 85.01 OSM DELIVERY LLC Services 353.10 PAINT BUCKET Supplies 69.08 PAPER WISE Services 465.00 PATRICIA HAMMON, Services 25.42 PAULINE S.SCHNEEGAS WILDLIFE FOUNDATION Community Grants 2,500.00 PEACHTREE BUSINESS PRODUCTS-HD SUPPLY FACILITES Supplies 319.68 PEAK PERFORMANCE COPIER&SUPPLY,INC Services 70.42 PITNEY BOWES Services 15,193.62 PRECINCT POLICE PRODUCTS Supplies 138.85 PROFORMA H2R MARKETING GROUP Services 120.00 PROFORMA H2R MARKETING GROUP Services 622.00 RANDALL WB PURVIS Civil Refunds 122.00 REYNA MEDRANO Services Reimbursement 53.68 ROARING FORK CONSERVANCY Community Grants 10,000.00 ROARING FORK OUTDOOR VOLUNTEERS Community Grants 5,000.00 ROARING FORK SCHOOL DISTRICT RE-I Community Grants 6,000.00 ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Community Grants 5,000.00 Roaring Fork Valley Early Learning Fund Community Grants 7,500.00 ROBERT A.KURTZMAN Services 7,282.60 ROBERT WARNER JR. Services 189.84 ROBERT WEBER Services Reimbursement 15.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN ELEVATOR Services 800.00 ROD'S PAINTING,INC. Services 467.50 RUEDI WATER AND POWER AUTHORITY Community Grants 5,000.00 RUGGS BENEDICK,INC. Services 195.00 RYAN ERBSTOESSER Payroll 46.18 SAMARITAN CENTER OF THE ROCKIES Services 280.00 SAMARITAN CENTER OF THE ROCKIES Community Grants 15,000.00 SCOTT CONKLIN Services 189.84 5 03/11/2014 SCOTT GRIFFIN Supplies Reimbursement 128.80 SCOTT LINGLE Services Reimbursement 560.08 SECURECARE TECHNOLOGIES,INC. Services 2.20 SECURITY TRANSPORT SERVICES INCORPORATED Services 1,129.92 SHAMROCK FOODS CORPORATION Supplies 1,847.43 SOURCE GAS Services 19,591.23 SOURCE GAS Services 238.06 SPRINT COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY,LP Services 58.02 STATE OF COLORADO Payroll 15,198.54 STATE OF COLORADO Services 1,167.57 STATE OF COLORADO Services 472.56 STATE OF COLORADO Fire Protection Annual Fees 46,245.17 STENGER&STENGER,PC Civil Refunds 38.00 STEPHEN ELLSPERMAN Services 8.47 STEVEN NOFZIGER Services 100.00 SUSANNE DRESCHER Civil Refunds 19.00 THE FOUNDATION OF TRUSTEES FOR FAMILY LEARNING CEN Services 16,096.20 THE FOUNDATION OF TRUSTEES FOR FAMILY LEARNING CEN Community Grants 50,000.00 THE MASTER'S TOUCH,LLC Services 364.70 THE MASTER'S TOUCH,LLC Services 5,392.03 THE OLD GYPSUM PRINTER,INC Services 524.35 TIMOTHY JOHN CARPENTER Services 203.40 TOM HYATT Supplies Reimbursement 275.88 TOM'S DOOR Community Grants 5,000.00 TOWN OF EAGLE Services 4,532.00 TOWN OF EAGLE Services 1,144.10 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 127.89 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 189.77 TOWN OF GYPSUM Community Grants 10,000.00 TOWN OF MINTURN Community Grants 50,000.00 TOWN OF REDCLIFF Community Grants 50,150.00 TRI COUNTY FIRE PROTECTION INC Services 99.00 U.S.RADAR,INC. Services 72.50 UNDERGROUND VAULTS AND STORAGE INC Services 29.95 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE Services 65.21 UNITED REPROGRAPHIC Services 95.00 US FOOD SERVICE INCORPORATED Supplies 36.49 US FOOD SERVICE INCORPORATED Supplies 1,290.17 VAIL BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE Services 675.00 VAIL ELECTRONICS,INC. Services 148.75 VAIL HONEYWAGON LTD Services 11.77 VAIL MULTI-LIST SERVICES INC Services 530.00 VAIL VALLEY PARTNERSHIP Community Grants 345,000.00 VALLEY LIFE FOR ALL Community Grants 4,000.00 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 5.23 VALUE WEST,INC Services 7,300.00 VAN DIEST SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 7,740.97 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 7,306.50 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Supplies 48.72 6 03/11/2014 VERN BROCK Services 25.42 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 60.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 7,150.72 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 32.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 3,800.58 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 193.90 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 378.40 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 3,342.28 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 53.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,005.52 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 5,060.15 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 315.39 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 144.98 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 69.33 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 5,329.36 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies (71.53) VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 1,001.91 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 16.97 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 983.21 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 1,086.28 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 1,426.50 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 54.95 VLK INC. Supplies 32.00 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 1,053.60 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 2,536.14 WALKING MOUNTAINS Community Grants 275,000.00 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED Services 4,183.82 WCAEHO Services 30.00 WELLS FARGO BANK,N.A. Services 66.00 WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL LEASING Capital 733.96 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 24.80 WILLITS GENERAL STORE Services 12.00 WINDWALKERS Community Grants 5,000.00 WOMEN'S PROFESSIONAL RODEO-ASSOCIATION Services 110.00 WOODS KINNEY BREITHAUPT PC Civil Refunds 13.97 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 12.69 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 73.51 XCEL ENERGY Services 567.34 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 374.07 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 5,007.49 ZEP SALES&SERVICE Supplies 453.26 1001 General Fund Total 4,068,028.44 1100 Road and Bridge Fund BRATTON ENTERPRISE INC Supplies 72.24 CARDIFF CORP. Services 450.00 CRAWFORD PROPERTIES LLC Services 1,125.45 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 1,039.11 7 03/11/2014 DOUG MCKIERNAN Payroll 9,885.96 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 111,679.68 EAGLE RIVER WATER AND SANITATION Services 40.04 EAGLE VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER Services 147.00 ENVIROTECH SERVICES,INC. Supplies 4,777.31 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 11,510.52 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 144.80 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 100.00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 3,507.51 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 484.53 HUGHES EXCAVATING COMPANY Capital 1,000.00 INTERMOUNTAIN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES,INC. Services 70.00 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 490.88 MID VALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT Services 141.53 MOUNTAIN MESA SPORTS,INC Supplies 85.14 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 25.91 PAPER WISE Services 21.00 PITKIN COUNTY Services 15,918.08 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 57.30 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 25.17 ROARING FORK VALLEY COOP Supplies 52.10 SCHMUESER GORDON MEYER INC Capital 34,820.76 SCHMUESER GORDON MEYER INC Capital 10,637.50 SOURCE GAS Services 3,038.15 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 200.98 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 194.73 VALLEY LUMBER Supplies 50.37 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED Services 236.34 YAMPA VALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION Services 452.44 YOUR PARTS HAUS CORP Supplies 30.08 1100 Road and Bridge Fund Total 212,512.61 1110 Social Services Fund ANDREA LARKIN Services Reimbursement 882.00 ANDREA LARKIN Services Reimbursement 25.20 ARIEL CLINICAL SERVICES Services 1,890.00 ARIEL CLINICAL SERVICES Services 1,080.00 BI INC Services 60.00 BRAD MONTGOMERY PRODUCTIONS,INC Services 100.00 CANDACE EVES Services 333.76 CAROLINE MURPHY Services Reimbursement 389.20 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES Services 89.00 COLORADO WELFARE FRAUD COUNCIL Services 20.00 COLORADO WEST MENTAL HEALTH INC Services 340.00 COPY COPY Services 234.00 DISCOVER GOODWILL OF SOUTHERN AND WESTERN COLORADO Services 976.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 147,837.62 EAGLE SINCLAIR Services 25.00 8 03/11/2014 ERIK MARTINEZ Services Reimbursement 156.80 FYS SERVICES,INC Services 7,810.62 GRASMICK INC. Supplies 129.60 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 17,075.78 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,192.92 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 2,738.04 HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES PETTY CASH Supplies 60.47 JENNIE QUEVEDO Services Reimbursement 72.17 JENNIE QUEVEDO Services Reimbursement 27.12 JESSICA WACLAWSKI Services 127.79 JOANNE M.ROCK Services 145.08 JUAN MOLINA MENDOZA Services 157.68 LA QUINTA Services 84.00 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES,INC Services 157.16 LARA HEATHER LAWDERMILK Services Reimbursement 256.70 LEXISNEXIS RISK DATA MANAGEMENT,INC Services 66.30 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 682.38 LYONS,KATHLEEN Services Reimbursement 75.04 LYONS,KATHLEEN Services Reimbursement 24.64 LORENA MARTINEZ Milage Reimbursement 33.34 MARIA VAZQUEZ Services Reimbursement 132.16 MARIA VAZQUEZ Services Reimbursement 93.52 MARICELA PINELA Services Reimbursement 10.08 MARICELA PINELA Services Reimbursement 67.76 MEGAN BURCH Services Reimbursement 63.28 MEGAN BURCH Services Reimbursement 39.76 MEGAN BURCH Services Reimbursement 95.20 MELINDA DOW Services Reimbursement 163.52 MELINDA DOW Services Reimbursement 115.98 MONICA CASILLAS Services 288.72 NATHAN YOUNG Services Reimbursement 103.04 NATHAN YOUNG Services Reimbursement 23.52 NRC BROADCASTING MOUNTAIN GROUP,LLC Services 848.00 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 107.96 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 124.80 PATRICIA HAMMON, Services 500.00 PATRICIA HAMMON, Services 57.12 PITKIN COUNTY Services 23.00 PITKIN COUNTY Services 22,078.54 RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES OF DENVER,INC Services 320.00 ROSA REA Services Reimbursement 128.46 SAMUEL LANDERCASPER Services Reimbursement 298.98 SONIA ACOSTA Services Reimbursement 52.08 STATE FORMS PUBLICATIONS Services 505.76 SWEEP STAKES UNLIMITED Services 40.00 T.HORN ENTERPRISES,INC. Services 60.00 THE OLD GYPSUM PRINTER,INC Services 315.00 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 1,391.28 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,068.39 9 03/11/2014 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 84.88 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 785.02 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 583.61 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 127.25 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 14.25 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 51.45 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 708.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 129.04 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 86.85 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 17.50 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 26.07 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 1,048.02 WILLITS GENERAL STORE Services 25.00 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 98.54 YOLANDA M.THIERFELDER Services Reimbursement 49.28 YOLANDA M.THIERFELDER Services Reimbursement 98.56 1110 Social Services Fund Total 218,404.64 1151 Sales Tax E.V.Transp. AT&T Services 833.17 BOBCAT OF THE ROCKIES LLC Supplies 3,600.00 BRONN TRUCKING INC. Services 800.00 CENTURYLINK Services 249.55 CLEVER DEVICES,LTD Services 2,294.00 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 2,778.05 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 1,087.44 DOCTORS ON CALL Services 330.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 231,061.48 First Transit,Inc. Services 1,600.00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 19,205.31 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,244.25 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 4,529.25 H&B SNOW REMOVAL SERVICES,INC Services 349.65 JP TRUCKING INCORPORATED Services 800.00 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 981.38 LOOMIS ARMORED US,LLC Services 117.00 MOTOROLA Supplies 176.00 NEXTEL Services 1,435.01 NORTHWEST COLORADO COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS Services 4,000.00 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 72.33 OpenDNS Inc. Services 3,000.00 RAE CONSULTANTS,INC Services 1,975.00 SAMBA HOLDINGS,INC. Services 138.15 SOURCE GAS Services 1,764.50 STATE OF COLORADO Payroll 10,300.00 TOWN OF AVON Services 88.20 TOWN OF AVON Supplies 16,319.93 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 219.25 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 212.43 10 03/11/2014 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 399.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 128.50 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 15.22 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 982.62 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 949.30 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 111.44 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 714.82 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED Services 148.74 XCEL ENERGY Services 490.12 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 905.96 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE Supplies 168.12 1151 Sales Tax E.V.Transp.Total 316,575.17 1152 Sales Tax E.V.Trails BOBCAT OF THE ROCKIES LLC Supplies 3,600.00 CTL THOMPSON,INC. Capital 348.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 10,009.20 EAGLE VALLEY SURVEYING INC Capital 670.00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,177.88 Michael W.West&Associates,Inc. Capital 92.25 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 181.31 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 84.70 1152 Sales Tax E.V.Trails Total 16,163.34 1153 Sales Tax R.F.V.Transp. ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Sales Tax 25,956.29 1153 Sales Tax R.F.V.Transp.Total 25,956.29 1154 Sales Tax R.F.V.Trails ROARING FORK TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Sales Tax 2,884.03 1154 Sales Tax R.F.V.Trails Total 2,884.03 1155 Transportation Capital NEXTEL Capital 1,889.97 1155 Transportation Capital Total 1,889.97 1160 Airport Fund ALPINE LUMBER COMPANY Supplies 150.90 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF AIRPORT EXECUTIVES Services 275.00 AMERICAN LINEN Services 117.02 BLUEGLOBES,LLC Supplies 181.70 CAMPBELL-HILL AVIATION GROUP,LLC Services 27,242.50 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 58.96 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 17.99 CHRIS ANDERSON Supplies Reimbursement 318.40 CHRIS ANDERSON Supplies Reimbursement 21.57 CHRISTINA ANNE COCKREAM Services 1,000.00 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 2,119.30 11 03/11/2014 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 35,168.36 CUSTOM COAXIAL SERVICES Supplies 212.50 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 1,278.00 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Supplies 50.00 DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY Services 3,027.85 DIESEL PERFORMANCE OF GRAND JUNCTION,INC. Services 5,565.70 DISH NETWORK Services 79.99 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 141,835.05 FASTENAL COMPANY Supplies 6.49 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 12,321.28 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 323.59 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 3,068.16 GREG PHILLIPS Services Reimbursement 1,410.49 GYPSUM FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT Services 150.00 HOBBS EXCAVATING AND TRUCKING LLC Services 240.00 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 6,591.47 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Supplies 34.04 Jay Ivan Stoltzfus Payroll 396.20 KEVIN PFEIFFER Services 1,000.00 KIRK PLISKE Supplies Reimbursement 557.60 LAWSON PRODUCTS,INC Supplies 326.26 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 246.98 M-B COMPANIES,INC. Supplies 689.59 MILTON SOUZA Services 1,000.00 MYSLIK INCORPORATED Supplies 1,085.06 O J WATSON COMPANY INCORPORATED Supplies 295.17 PRODIGIQ,INC Services 1,458.00 PROFORMA H2R MARKETING GROUP Supplies 115.00 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 831.10 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 192.13 RAMSEY ALI Services 1,142.84 RUSTY S.GURULE Services 1,000.00 SERCO INC Services 22,832.00 SOUDER CORP. Services 3,053.64 SOURCE GAS Services 3,344.91 SPOHNHEIMER CONSULTING AIRSPACE SYSTEMS,LLC Services 30,918.64 STANDARD SIGNS INCORPORATED Supplies 613.64 STATE OF COLORADO Services 30.00 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 437.10 VAIL VALLEY JET CENTER Services 41.20 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 3,985.67 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 21.48 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 85.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 19.64 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,000.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 1,073.04 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 77.16 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 2,533.55 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,700.00 12 03/11/2014 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED Services 90.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 276.20 WITMER PUBLIC SAFETY GROUP,INC Supplies 36.00 WITMER PUBLIC SAFETY GROUP,INC Supplies 873.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 286.16 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 14.38 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 583.39 1160 Airport Fund Total 327,128.04 1180 800 MHZ Fund CENTURYLINK Services 3,393.43 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 5,625.64 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 672.74 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 39.00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 26.00 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 664.73 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 6.00 MOTOROLA Supplies 264.80 QWEST CORPORATION Services 2,900.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 852.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 6.99 1180 800 MHZ Fund Total 14,451.33 1209 Public Health Fund ALEJANDRO M.MONREAL Services 140.00 ANN LOPER Services 36.00 ANNA POLICASTRI Services 48.00 ANNE M.KLAHN Services Reimbursement 57.12 BARBARA D.VAUGHN Services 9.36 BONNIE R.BAKER Services 97.20 BRAD MONTGOMERY PRODUCTIONS,INC Services 500.00 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 142.93 CAPITAL ONE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Supplies 1,254.97 CARLY RIETMANN Services Reimbursement 113.90 CECILIA HOLGUIN Services Reimbursement 23.52 CECILIA HOLGUIN Services Reimbursement 33.58 CHRISTI COUCH Services 360.00 CHRISTI COUCH Services 80.00 CISCO SYSTEMS,INC Services 108.65 COLORADO ASSOC.OF LOCAL PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICIALS Services 1,045.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIROMEN Services 160.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN MEDICAL Services 1,000.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Services 119.00 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Supplies 340.00 COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES,INC Services 2,751.78 CONSORTIUM FOR OLDER ADULT WELLNESS Supplies 965.80 COPY PLUS Supplies 280.18 DAVID E.MOTT Services 48.00 DEBBIE VERNELL Services 80.00 13 03/11/2014 DEBORAH YOUNG Services Reimbursement 94.64 DEBORAH YOUNG Supplies Reimbursement 31.78 EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT Supplies 73.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 102,105.58 EARLY CHILDHOOD PARTNERS Services 150.00 ELMER L CHRISTIANSAN Services 61.20 GILMA GARCIA Services Reimbursement 58.80 GLAXO SMITH KLINE Supplies 1,262.25 GRACE FINNEY Services 54'00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 11,591.72 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 482.72 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 257.70 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,591.03 HARRY VERNELL Services 80.00 HEATHER GILMARTIN Services Reimbursement 44.80 HEINRICH MARKETING,INC. Services 350.00 HENRY SCHEIN Supplies 180.51 HENRY SCHEIN Supplies 652.94 HSS,Inc Services 326.25 JENNIE WAHRER Services Reimbursement 114.24 JENNIFER LUDWIG Services Reimbursement 191.52 JOAN BERGER Services 4.80 JUDY HAEBERLE Services 54.40 KAREN KOENEMANN Services Reimbursement 85.12 KATHLEEN HEICHER Services 49.00 KATIE HAAS Services Reimbursement 36.74 LARSON,REBECCA Services Reimbursement 117.60 LARSON,REBECCA Services Reimbursement 47.04 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 323.74 LINDA SNEATH Services 80.00 MADELINE MOOS Services 130.64 MARLENE MCCAFFERTY Services 80.00 MARY JANE HESS Services 1.20 MELINA VALSECIA-MONREAL Services Reimbursement 23.86 METROPOLITAN PATHOLOGIST PC Services 462.00 MICHEL'S BAKERY Supplies 62.25 NANCY MULLER Services 3.60 NRC BROADCASTING MOUNTAIN GROUP,LLC Services 270.00 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 17.21 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 70.70 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 20.97 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 84.15 ONTIVEROS,LUPE Services Reimbursement 43.79 OSM DELIVERY LLC Services 181.90 PAT NOLAN Services Reimbursement 14.56 PAULA A PALMATEER Services 79.20 ROBERTA J.HAGERMAN Services 80.00 SANDRA EINSPAHR Services 10.40 SANOFI PASTEUR INC. Supplies 1,938.63 14 03/11/2014 SANOFI PASTEUR INC. Supplies 501.81 SPEROS MARKETING GROUP,INC. Services 1,185.00 STATE OF COLORADO Payroll 6,528.00 STEPHANIE GLENWRIGHT Services 14.40 STERICYCLE INC Services 440.93 STREET MEDIA GROUP Services 1,000.00 SUSAN MOTT Services 60.00 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER Supplies 84.60 SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF DENVER Supplies 970.69 THE OLD GYPSUM PRINTER,INC Services 101.15 THERESA CAREY Services Reimbursement 37.29 THERESA CAREY Services Reimbursement 24.64 THERESA CAREY Services Reimbursement 95.54 TONI BERNS Services 80.00 TOTAL ACCESS GROUP INC Supplies 129.00 VALLEY VIEW HOSPITAL Services 128.00 VANESA DOTY Services Reimbursement 24.94 VELASCO,GABRIELA Services Reimbursement 66.08 VENTURONI SURVEYS&RESEARCH,INC. Services 1,190.00 VERIZON WIRELESS INCORPORATED Services 626.90 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 139.95 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 13.70 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 199.29 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 213.11 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 1,409.61 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 125.24 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 49.95 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 70.00 YVONNE AMMON Services 80.00 ZACHARY WALTERS SOLE MBR Services 650.00 1209 Public Health Fund Total 150,162.99 1401 Housing Operations Fund EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 52,672.50 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 6,156.12 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 733.06 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 172.84 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 73.53 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 365.54 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,187.59 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 172.24 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 1,979.76 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 672.66 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 576.90 1401 Housing Operations Fund Total 64,762.74 1442 Open Space Fund CARDIFF CORP. Services 300.00 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 10,297.38 15 03/11/2014 EAGLE VALLEY LAND TRUST Capital 13,303.00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,573.94 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,403.50 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 41.80 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 33.27 SPRONK WATER ENGINEERS Capital 216.00 TOBY SPRUNK Services Reimbursement 377.44 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 73.53 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 345.19 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 30.00 YAMPA VALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION Services 77.84 1442 Open Space Fund Total 28,072.89 2150 Capital Improvements Fund AMERICAN SAFETY SURFACE,LLC Community Grants 10,000.00 CDW LLC Supplies 127.47 COLORADO MOUNTAIN NEWS MEDIA Capital 42.72 CRAIG L REIGEL Supplies 7,497.50 ELAM CONSTRUCTION INC Capital 8,401.58 ENCORE ELECTRIC,INC. Capital 525.00 GRASMICK INC. Supplies 4,854.48 GROUND ENGINEERING CONSULTING INC Capital 2,900.00 MATRIX DESIGN GROUP,INC Capital 4,436.75 MOTOROLA Supplies 12,740.00 ROD'S PAINTING,INC. Services 6,517.50 SCHOFIELD EXCAVATION,INC. Capital 63,507.50 STEAMMASTER Services 6,834.50 VISA CARD SERVICES Capital 1,526.20 VISA CARD SERVICES Capital 4,498.52 2150 Capital Improvements Fund Total 134,409.72 3600 Landfill Fund BLACKFORD WEIGHING SYSTEM Services 1,848.00 BLUE TARP FINANCIAL,INC. Supplies 329.98 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 1,044.60 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 50,474.92 E-WASTE RECYCLERS OF COLORADO Services 1,206.26 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INCORPORATED Supplies 81.62 FERRELL GAS Services 1,749.38 FYS SERVICES,INC Services 2,812.00 GRAINGER INC Supplies 124.03 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 5,893.52 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 387.87 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 1,712.92 HEALTHSAFE INSPECTIONS,INC. Services 704.00 HOLY CROSS ENERGY Services 5,167.85 JESSE MASTEN Supplies Reimbursement 22.64 KELLY BERRY Services Reimbursement 40.32 KELLY BERRY Supplies Reimbursement 70.97 16 03/11/201.4 KRW CONSULTING Services 2,968.59 KRW CONSULTING Capital 2,191.80 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 248.48 MEADOW MOUNTAIN PLUMBING Services 408.00 NORTHERN SAFETY COMPANY INCORPORATED Supplies 145.71 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 0.00 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 115.46 SATELLITE SHELTERS,INC Services 625.00 STORM'S SPECIALTY SERVICE,INC. Services 215.00 SWANA Services 195.00 TOWN OF VAIL Services 2,280.00 ULTIMATE SPECIALTIES Services 2,522.77 ULTIMATE SPECIALTIES Supplies 2,363.50 VAIL HONEYWAGON LTD Services 16,375.33 VEOLIA ES TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS,LLC Services 8,085.54 VEOLIA ES TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS,LLC Supplies 989.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 393.22 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 170.33 WALKING MOUNTAINS Capital 40,000.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Services 30.00 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 197.70 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 481.78 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 303.05 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE Supplies 331.87 3600 Landfill Fund Total 155,308.01 3700 Motor Pool Fund A AND E TIRE INC Supplies 46.96 A AND E TIRE INC Supplies 962.10 AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN INCORPORATED Services 110.95 AUTO TRUCK GROUP LLC Supplies 149.04 AV-TECH ELECTRONICS INCORPORATED Capital 13,400.08 BAYSHORE TRUCK EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 425.94 CLAIMS SERVICES GROUP INC Services 159.00 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 189.85 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 9,130.90 COLLETTS ENTERPRISES,INC. Supplies 137,777.43 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN Services 1,115.00 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN Supplies 9,084.35 D&D MANZANARES,INC. Services 247.74 DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES Supplies 2,109.09 EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER Payroll 63,704.28 EATON SALES&SERVICE,LLC. Services 644.50 EP BLAZER LLC Supplies 2,850.58 GILLIG LLC Supplies 4,306.19 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 7,716.82 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 0.20 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 10.00 GREAT WEST RETIREMENT SERVICES Payroll 2,097.30 17 03/11/2014 H,H&H AUTOMOTIVE PAINT INC Supplies 111.92 HANSON EQUIPMENT Supplies 273.87 HENSLEY BATTERY LLC Supplies 1,613.50 HONNEN EQUIPMENT Supplies 339.45 JEFFREY MILLS Supplies Reimbursement 179.88 JFMT AUTOMOTIVE GROUP,LLC, Supplies 783.62 JOHN THATCHER Supplies 179.99 LAWSON PRODUCTS,INC Supplies 1,906.39 LAWSON PRODUCTS,INC Supplies 273.98 LAYTON TRUCK EQUIPMENT,LLC Supplies 326.53 LIGHTHOUSE INCORPORATED THE Supplies 269.85 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 141.60 MID WEST TRUCK PARTS&SERVICE Supplies 3,437.17 MOTOROLA Supplies 110.40 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 43.79 OFFICE DEPOT Supplies 12.87 POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 823.18 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 190.83 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 514.79 PST ENTERPRISES INC Supplies 3,748.98 SAFETY KLEEN Services 407.80 SOURCE GAS Services 2,940.84 STEPHEN J.STONEHOUSE Supplies 434.40 SUMMIT AUTO SERVICE,INC Services 220.00 SUMMIT AUTO SERVICE,INC Supplies 628.44 TIRE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS Services 320.00 TIRE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS Supplies 9,289.64 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 365.41 TOWN OF GYPSUM Services 354.06 UNITED STATES WELDING Services 35.66 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 924.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 495.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 828.87 VISA CARD SERVICES Supplies 617.38 VISTA FD,LLC Supplies 666.43 VISTA TD,LLC Supplies 1,200.51 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 351.60 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 4.00 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Supplies 2,649.00 WASTE MANAGEMENT INCORPORATED Services 247.90 WEAR PARTS EQUIPMENT Supplies 5,147.68 WESTERN SLOPE SUPPLIES Supplies 168.25 WESTFALL O'DELL OF COLORADO INC. Supplies 138.60 WESTON SOLUTIONS INCORPORATED Services 8,990.00 WHITEHALLS ALPINE DISTRIBUTING Supplies 598.00 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 85.25 WYLACO SUPPLY COMPANY Supplies 32.81 XEROX CORPORATION,INC Services 141.05 YOUR PARTS HAUS CORP Supplies 341.58 18 03/11/2014 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE Supplies 114.24 3700 Motor Pool Fund Total 310,259.29 3730 Insurance Reserve Fund COLORADO COUNTIES CASUALTY AND PROPERTY POOL Services 32,484.44 3730 Insurance Reserve Fund Total 32,484.44 3790 Health Insurance Fund CNIC HEALTH SOLUTIONS Payroll 77,551.12 EAGLE COUNTY HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Services 60.00 GILSBAR,INC. Payroll 855.00 GLOBAL AFFILIATES,INC Services 2,050.00 HEALTHBREAK,INC. Services 64,620.00 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 4,220.25 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Payroll 3,767.51 THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE OM Services 970.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 48.87 WAGEWORKS,INC Payroll 562.50 3790 Health Insurance Fund Total 154,705.25 3900 911 Fund CENTURYLINK Services 13,017.30 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES,INC Services 1,251.32 TWENTY FIRST CENTURY COMMUNICATIONS,INC. Services 3,700.00 VISA CARD SERVICES Services 3,710.56 3900 911 Fund Total 21,679.18 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 March 10,2014(Subject to Review by the Finance Director) John Lewis,Finance 2. Approval of Payroll for March 20,2014(Subject to Review by the Finance Director) John Lewis,Finance 3. Approval of the Minutes of the Eagle County Commissioner Meetings for January 21 and January 28,2014 Teak Simonton, Clerk and Recorder 4. Grant Recipient Agreement between Eagle County and the Town of Avon for the Vail Valley Mountain Bike Association for Completion of Saddleridge Trail Rachel Oys,Administration 5. Grant Recipient Agreement between Eagle County and Grand County for Construction of the Gore Canyon Whitewater Park Rachel Oys,Administration 19 03/11/2014 6. Grant Recipient Agreement between Eagle County and Aspen Hope Center for Crisis Clinicians and Bi- lingual Case Manager Support Rachel Oys,Administration 7. Grant Recipient Agreement between Eagle County and EagleVail Metropolitan District for Redesign and Renovation of Pavilion Park Rachel Oys,Administration 8. First Amendment to Agreement between Eagle County, Colorado and Vision Security to Include Low Voltage Service Work to Non-life Safety Equipment Ron Siebert,Facilities Management 9. Colorado Department of Transportation, Colorado Aeronautical Board of Aeronautics Grant 14-EGE-02 for Pavement Maintenance Greg Phillips, Airport 10. Resolution 2014-011 Adopting Eagle County Medical and Retail Marijuana Business Licensing Regulations Bryan Treu,Attorney's Office 11. Resolution 2014-012 Approving Appointments of Members to the Rural Resort Regional Workforce Investment Board and Appointing the State of Colorado as the Operator of the Workforce Centers in the Rural Resort Region Kathleen Lyons,Health&Human Services 12. Ratification of Colorado Parks and Wildlife Impact Assistant Grant Application Mark Chapin,Assessor 13. First Amendment to Agreement between Eagle County and Spohnheimer Consulting Airspace Systems, LLC to Provide Additional Consulting Services as Needed Greg Phillips,Airport 14. Cordillera Subdivision,Filing 2,Lot 4-Application to Amend the Current Plat,Reconfiguring the Platted Building Envelope to a Different Shape and Location on Lot 4 while Maintaining the Envelope's Current Square Footage(Eagle County File No.AFP-4645) Kris Valdez,Planning Commissioner Fisher moved to approve the Consent Agenda for February 11, 2014, as presented. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Citizen Input Chairman Ryan opened Input. Johnathan Levine,Manager of Hummers of Vail spoke. He believed the AVI tag device used to track vehicles going in and out of the airport did not work properly and constantly had issues. He documented a loss in revenue generated based on AVI tag reads. He opposed the proposed AVI fee increase as it would cost visitors to the airport more money. If the system worked properly there would be no need to increase fees. He asked the board to re-consider the increase. Barbara Allen stated that she had backing from some law enforcement and CDOT. She believed the county was getting closer to being sued. She spoke about impaired driving and the fatalities cause by THC. She believed that Hwy 6 was a hazardous road even without recreational marijuana being sold on it. She suggested the board consider a safety zone. 20 03/11/2014 Commissioner Fisher moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Board of County Commissioners and re- convene as the Eagle County Local Liquor Licensing Authority. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Eagle County Liquor License Authority Kathy Scriver, Clerk and Recorder's Office 15. Special Event Permit-Eagle Valley Religious Foundation APPLICANT: Eagle Valley Religious Foundation REQUEST: Special Event Permit EVENT: 3`"Annual Fundraiser EVENT DATES: Saturday-March 22, 2014 REPRESENTATIVE: Jill Chalfant,Event Manager LOCATION: Edwards Interfaith Chapel and Community Center—32138 US Hwy 6— Edwards, CO CONCERNS: None DESCRIPTION: The applicant has requested a permit for their 3rd Annual Fundraising Event being held at the Edwards Interfaith Chapel and Community Center on March 22, 2014 from 5:30 to 11:00 pm. The event will feature an evening of fine dining and live opera music. Splendido Restaurant will be catering the event. Gore Range Brewery is a sponsor,and will be staffing TIPS certified servers. The applicant hopes to attract 200 attendees. STAFF FINDINGS: 1. This application is in order,all application requirements have been met, all necessary documents have been received, and all fees have been paid. 2. Public notice has been given by the posting of a sign in a conspicuous place on the premises on February 28, 2014,at least 10 days prior to the hearing. 3. There have been no protests filed with the Clerk and Recorder's Office. 4. The applicant has provided an alcohol management,proof of server training and notified the Eagle County Sheriff's Office. DISCUSSION: Ms. Scriver presented the request. She indicated that staff had no concern with the request. Jill Chalfant stated that the event would be starting earlier than in years past. There would be wine,beer, and soft drinks available until 7:00 pm. Dinner and entertainment would follow.They were already sold out. The event proceeds were helpful for the organization. The opera singers were coming from New York. Commissioner Chandler-Henry moved that the Local Licensing Authority approve the application for a Special Event Permit for the Eagle Valley Religious Foundation event being held on March 22, 2014 from*5:00 pm to 11:00 pm at the Edwards Interfaith Chapel and Community Center. Commissioner Ryan seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. *The hours approved in the motion are the hours requested on the application and may not be the actual hours of the event. 21 03/11/2014 Commissioner Fisher moved to adjourn as the Eagle County Liquor Licensing Authority and re-convene as the Board of County Commissioners. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 16. Resolution 2014-013 Approving the Amendment and Restatement of the Eagle County Regional Airport Rules and Regulations for Commercial Ground Transportation Greg Phillips,Airport Mr.Phillips explained that the regulations had not been rewritten since 2001. In the course of the process they held 5 public meetings in November. They took comments and held a final meeting in December. There were a total of 13 changes all were mostly were housekeeping items. The other major change related to the AVI tag,a chip that sat in each vehicle and was read by a receiver at the airport. The system had been in place for 12 years and the county had put a fair amount of money into the system and over the years the system had provided good data. Currently the rate was $1.00 per available seat. The amendment would increase the rate to $1.50 per seat effective May 1,2014. Hotels offering complimentary service had not paid in the past but would be required to register a vehicle, get an AVI tag, and pay a one-time access fee of$150. In the past they had an infrequent user category which has since been removed. He spoke about the strict rules around how ground transportation operators acted and operated in the terminal, some of those rules had been relaxed. Currently,there was a 20 minute requirement if a vehicle left the airport and reentered,they would be charged another trip, and this time was changed to 60 minutes. The users suggested that there be a holding lot,an area outside the AVI system where they could park and wait if there was a delay,this was put in place a month ago. A Ground Transportation Advisory committee was recommended and would be established after the season. Commissioner Ryan believed there was an extensive public process and the board was updated during the processes. She believed it was a good time to update the regulations and was comfortable with the rules and regulations as written. The AVI system may not be perfect but the system was fairly good. Commissioner Chandler-Henry commended Mr. Phillips and his staff for their work on the document. The advisory committee was a good idea. The rules and regulations looked great. Mr.Phillips understood that the AVI system was not perfect but they were working hard to try to make sure it worked the way it was intended. Chairman Fisher believed the revisions were long overdue. She supported the amendments and suggested that the document be reviewed more frequently. Chris Anderson stated that there was a time when the AVI system had issues. It was a long troubleshooting period and revenue had been compromised. Commissioner Ryan opened public comment. Johnathon Levine spoke. The only issue he had with the amendments was with the AVI tag fee. He asked the board to put off approving the increase for 30 days to insure that the system was working properly. He believed the county was losing thousands of dollars. If the fees were raised the county would be giving a 50%bonus to the people collecting the money. Money collected for the airport should go to the airport. He supported the improvements to the airport and had no problem paying his fees but had a problem when the money did not go to the right people. Mr.Phillips believed that the question was what they called a"trip". A trip into the airport was $6 and that's how the system was set up. It was worth noting that CME and High Mountain,the two internal operators did not pay trip fees in the winter. They paid what they bid as a minimum annual guarantee, significantly higher than what they would pay in trip fees. He believed the airport was losing far less revenue than Mr. Levine had assumed. Commissioner Chandler-Henry asked if the county regulated what the ground transportation companies charged their clients. Mr. Phillips stated that the Colorado Public Utilities Commission regulated those fees. 22 03/11/2014 Commissioner Chandler-Henry moved to approve the resolution approving the amendment and restatement of the Eagle County Regional Airport Rules and Regulations for Commercial Ground Transportation Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. 17. Resolution 2014-014 Adopting a First Supplementary Budget and Appropriation of Unanticipated Revenues for Fiscal Year 2014, and Authorizing the Transfer of Budgeted and Appropriated Monies between Various Spending Agencies Tom Hyatt,Finance EAGLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT EXHIBIT A Department Description Amount GENERAL FUND Revenues: CDOT Enhancement grant-N El Jebel Intersection $ 514,983.00 1001-305-4369.99 (30907 Carryferward Safe Routes to School State Grant $ 245,162.00 1001-305-4369.99 (30906) Carryforward SORNA State Grant-fingerprint machine $ 28,235.00 1001-201-41-4355.10 EcoBuild Program Revenue $ 2,097.00 1001-291-4209.99 (20903) State Grant-Forest Health $ 10,000.00 1001-290-4350.99 (20905) Federal Grant-EECBG Grant-Energy Smart $ 21,756.00 1001-172-4349.99 (20907) Carryforward Utility CO-pay Revenues-EECBG $ 1,950.00 1001-172-4418.99 (20907 Carryforward Public Safety Council Restricted Fund Balance $ 5,000.00 Fund Balance Restricted PEG revenue fund balance $ 30,000.00 Fund Balance Restricted PEG revenue IT/Comm remodel $ 25,000.00 Fund Balance Carryforward Veterans Service Grant $ 1,200.00 1001-500-4312.99 (21239) Supplemental Contingency $ 16,617.00 1001-149-6611 Unassigned Fund Balance $ - Total Revenue $ 932,000.00 Expenditures: Eng North El Jebel Intersection Improvements $ 4,983.00 1001-305-8150.99 (30907) Carryforward Eng Safe Routes To School $ 45,162.00 1001-305-8010.99 (30906) Carryforward Sheriff SORNA fingerprint machine purchase $ 28,235.00 1001-201-41-7100 Envir Sustainability EcoBuild-Habitat for Humanity grant $ 32,097.00 1001-291-8905.99 (20903) Env Hlth Forest Health grant $ 10,000.00 1001-290-6596.99 (20905) Planning EECBG grant-energy smart program $ 23,706.00 1001-172-6596.99 (20907) Carryforward Pub Safety Council Carbon monoxide detectors $ 5,000.00 1001-201-49-7100 EcoTV18 EcoTV18 equipment $ 30,000.00 1001-161-7101.99 (20601) Contribution of Peg revenue to IT/Comm Cable Telecasts remodel $ 25,000.00 1001-161-8905.99 Canyfoiward IT Internal IT Labs Technology Micro-grant $ 8,316.00 1001-165-7196 Carryforward BoCC Vail Valley Charitable Fund $ 35,000.00 1001-101-17-8905.10 RESPONSE:Help survivors of Domestic BoCC Violence $ 10,000.00 1001-101-17-8905.10 Building EcoBuild Program(paid in 2013) $ (25,000.00) 1001-310-8905.99 (20903) GF fte moving to Open Space $ (17,115.00) see attached Finance Purchase of multi-fuction copier $ 8,500.00 1001-140-7100 Planning Severance agreement $ 28,326.00 1001-149-5326 23 03/11/2014 • HHS-Veterans Svc Veterans Service-Tuition&Training $ 1,360.00 1001-500-5431.99(21239) HHS-Veterans Svc Veterans Service-Membership/Dues $ 110.00 1001-500-6536.99(21239) HHS-Veterans Svc Veterans Service-Client Services Travel $ 940.00 1001-500-6582.99(21239) HHS-Veterans Svc Veterans Service-Contractual Services $ 14,832.00 1001-500-6142.99(21239) HHS-Veterans Svc Veterans Service-Fleet Charges $ 370.00 1001-500-6665.99(21239) HHS-Veterans Svc Veterans Service-IT Purchases $ 3,000.00 1001-500-7195.99(21239) HHS-Veterans Svc Veterans Service-Food $ 150.00 1001-500-7300.99(21239) EHS Comm Prey to EHS-Wages Regular $ (10,325.00) 1001-510-5110 EHS Comm Prey to EHS-Overtime $ (250.00) 1001-510-5130 EHS Comm Prey to EHS-Wellness $ (100.00) 1001-510-5139.10 EHS Comm Prey to EHS-Fica Taxes $ (663.00) 1001-510-5210 EHS Comm Prey to EHS-Medicare $ (155.00) 1001-510-5215 EHS Comm Prey to EHS-Health Insurance $ (2,449.00) 1001-510-5310 EHS Comm Prey to EHS-Retirement $ (640.00) 1001-510-5340 EHS Comm Prey to EHS-Wages Regular $ 10,325.00 1001-525-5110 EHS Comm Prey to EHS-Overtime $ 250.00 1001-525-5130 EHS Comm Prey to EHS-Wellness $ 100.00 1001-525-5139.10 EHS Comm Prey to EHS-Fica Taxes $ 663.00 1001-525-5210 EHS Comm Prey to EHS-Medicare $ 155.00 1001-525-5215 EHS Comm Prey to EHS-Health Insurance $ 2,449.00 1001-525-5310 EHS Comm Prey to EHS-Retirement $ 640.00 1001-525-5340 Sheriff Career Development Operations $ 19,999.00 see attached Sheriff Career Development Detentions $ 29,029.00 see attached Total Expenditures $ 932,000.00 Road and Bridee Fund Revenues: Federal Grant Revenue/CDOT-Bums Engineering Bridge $ 402,480.00 1100-305-4349.99 (31409) Carryforward Engineering Transfer in from CIP Fund-Bums Bridge $ 262,500.00 1100-149-4910.65 Carryforward Federal Grant Revenue/CDOT-Catamount Engineering Bridge $ 49,038.00 1100-305-4349.99 (31411) Carryforward Transfer in from CIP Fund-Catamount Engineering Bridge $ 225,225.00 1100-149-4910.65 Canyforward Engineering Transfer in from CIP Fund-Red Dirt Bridge $ 10,000.00 1100-149-4910.65 Carryforward Engineering Federal Grant-Cedar Drive LID $ 1,068,229.00 1100-305-4349.99 (30905) Canyforward Engineering Contributions from Cedar Drive LID $ 126,006.00 1100-305-4349.99 (30905) Carryforward Assigned Fund Balance-increase-prey funded $ (420,697.00) Total Revenue $ 1,722,781.00 Expenditures: Engineering Bums Bridge Replacement $ 456,144.00 1100-305-8316.99 (31409) Canyforward Engineering Catamount Bridge Replacement $ 60,993.00 1100-305-8316.99 (31411) Carryforward Engineering Red Dirt Bridge Replacement $ 10,000.00 1100-305-8316.99 (31412) Canyforward Engineering Cedar Drive LID $ 1,194,235.00 1100-305-8010.99 (30905) Carryforward FM 2014 Casualty Insurance increase $ 1,409.00 1100-190-6510 Total Expenditures $ 1,722,781.00 Social Services Fund Revenues: State Grant-IV-E-move to new Child Welfare Svcs account/project $ (100,727.00) 1110-535-4362.11 Child Welfare Svcs State Grant-IV-E $ 100,727.00 1110-535-4362.99 (21244) 24 03/11/2014 Child Welfare Svcs State Grant-IV-E-contra revenue $ (1,500.00) 1110-535-4363.99 (21244) Comm Prey Initiative State Grant-Co Community Response $ 75,000.00 1110-510-4362.99 (21251) Child Welfare Svcs State Grant-JAG $ (18,400.00) 1110-535-4362.11 Comm Prey Initiative State Grant-JAG $ 18,400.00 1110-510-4362.99 (21248) Child Welfare Svcs State Grant-COE $ (30,000.00) 1110-535-4362.11 Comm Prey Initiative State Grant-COE $ 30,000.00 1110-510-4362.99 (21249) Comm Prey Initiative State Grant-COE $ 6,764.00 1110-510-4362.99 (21249) Public Assistance Veterans Service Grant-moving to the GF $ (1,200.00) 1110-530-4312.99 (21239) Hlth Assist Network HHS Federal Grant $ 26,206.00 1110-531-4342.89 Public Assistance State Grant-EPSDT $ 6,433.00 1110-530-4362.99 (21238) Child Care Asst Prog State Grant-HHS CCAP HB1291 $ 82,102.00 1110-528-4362.99 (21247) Assigned Fund Bal $ (662.00) Total Revenue $ 193,143.00 Expenditures: Child Welfare Svcs Training-move to new account/project $ (1,500.00) 1110-535-5430 Child Welfare Svcs Training-move to new account/project $ 1,500.00 1110-535-5431.99 (21244 Child Welfare Svcs Contractual-move to new account/project $ (20,000.00) 1110-535-6142 Child Welfare Svcs Contractual-move to new account/project $ 20,000.00 1110-535-6142.99 (21244) Telephone Expense-move to new Child Welfare Svcs account/project $ (600.00) 1110-535-6225.11 Telephone Expense-move to new Child Welfare Svcs account/project $ 600.00 1110-535-6225.99 (21244) Client Svc travel-move to new Child Welfare Svcs account/project $ (10,848.00) 1110-535-6582.11 Client Svc travel-move to new Child Welfare Svcs account/project $ 9,348.00 1110-535-6582.99 (21244) Operating supplies-move to new Child Welfare Svcs account/project $ (500.00) 1110-535-7100 Operating supplies-move to new Child Welfare Svcs account/project $ 500.00 1110-535-7101.99 (21244) Salaries&benefits-Co Community Comm Prey Initiative Response $ 24,267.00 1110-510-5110.99 (21251) Salaries&benefits-Co Community Comm Prey Initiative Response $ 300.00 1110-510-5139.99 (21251) Salaries&benefits-Co Community Comm Prey Initiative Response $ 1,505.00 1110-510-5210.99 (21251) Salaries&benefits-Co Community Comm Prey Initiative Response $ 352.00 1110-510-5215.99 (21251) Salaries&benefits-Co Community Comm Prey Initiative Response $ 10,690.00 1110-510-5310.99 (21251) Salaries&benefits-Co Community Comm Prey Initiative Response $ 1,456.00 1110-510-5340.99 (21251) Comm Prey Initiative Training-Co Community Response $ 2,482.00 1110-510-5431.99 (21251) Comm Prey Initiative Telephone-Co Community Response $ 420.00 1110-510-6225.99 (21251) Comm Prey Initiative Business travel-Co Community Response $ 848.00 1110-510-6581.99 (21251) Client Svc travel-Co Community Comm Prey Initiative Response $ 848.00 1110-510-6582.99 (21251) Comm Prey Initiative HHS Programs-Co Community Response $ 17,903.00 1110-510-6650.99 (21251) Operating supplies-Co Community Comm Prey Initiative Response $ 500.00 1110-510-7101.99 (21251) Comm Prey Initiative Office supplies-Co Community Response $ 280.00 1110-510-7103.99 (21251) Comm Prey Initiative IT purchases-Co Community Response $ 1,387.00 1110-510-4362.99 (21251) Contractual JAG-move to new Child Welfare Svcs account/project $ (18,400.00) 1110-535-6142 Contractual JAG-move to new Comm Prey Initiative account/project $ 18,400.00 1110-510-6142.99 (21248) Contractual COE-move to new Child Welfare Svcs account/project $ (30,000.00) 1110-535-6142 Contractual COE-move to new Comm Prey Initiative account/project $ 30,000.00 1110-510-6142.99 (21249) Comm Prey Initiative Contractual COE-additional expenses $ 6,764.00 1110-510-6142.99 (21249) 25 03/11/2014 Veterans Svc Grant-moving to the GF- Public Assistance training $ (1,022.00) 1110-530-5431.99 (21239) Veterans Svc Grant-moving to the GF- Public Assistance contractual svcs $ (6,000.00) 1110-530-56142.99 (21239) Veterans Svc Grant-moving to the GF- Public Assistance memb&dues $ (55.00) 1110-530-6536.99 (21239) Veterans Svc Grant-moving to the GF- Public Assistance client svc travel $ (410.00) 1110-530-6582.99 (21239) Veterans Svc Grant-moving to the GF- Public Assistance Fleet $ (370.00) 1110-530-6665.99 (21239) Veterans Svc Grant-moving to the GF- Public Assistance food $ (150.00) 1110-530-7300.99 (21239) Hlth Assist Network Wages-regular $ 8,000.00 1110-531-5110 Hlth Assist Network FICA taxes $ 496.00 1110-531-5210 Hlth Assist Network Medicare $ 116.00 1110-531-5215 Hlth Assist Network Retirement $ 480.00 1110-531-5340 Hlth Assist Network Telephone Services $ 297.00 1110-531-6225.11 Hlth Assist Network Computer Licenses $ 120.00 1110-531-6520 Hlth Assist Network Advertising and Legal publications services $ 1,718.00 1110-531-6540 Hlth Assist Network Printed material services $ 640.00 1110-531-6559 Hlth Assist Network Postage and PO Box rental $ 100.00 1110-531-6560 Hlth Assist Network Client Services travel general $ 5,256.00 1110-531-6582.11 Hlth Assist Network Other purchased services $ 2,004.00 1110-531-6595 Hlth Assist Network Fleet charges $ 644.00 1110-531-6665.11 Hlth Assist Network Operating supplies $ 3,466.00 1110-531-7100 Hlth Assist Network Office supplies $ 895.00 1110-531-7102 Hlth Assist Network IT purchases general $ 1,974.00 1110-531-7195.11 Public Assistance EPSDT Wages-temporary $ 4,350.00 1110-530-5120.99 (21238) Public Assistance EPSDT Fica $ 270.00 1110-530-5210.99 (21238) Public Assistance EPSDT Medicare $ 63.00 1110-530-5215.99 (21238) Public Assistance EPSDT Tuition&Training $ 400.00 1110-530-5431.99 (21238) Public Assistance EPSDT Client Services travel $ 1,350.00 1110-530-6582.99 (21238) Public Assistance Public Asst printed material $ 350.00 1110-530-6559 Child Care Asst Prog HHS CCAP HB1291-business trips $ 135.00 1110-528-6581.99 (21247) HHS CCAP HB1291 -other printed Child Care Asst Prog material $ 1,150.00 1110-528-6559.99 (21247) HHS CCAP HB1291-other guaranteed Child Care Asst Prog slots $ 47,124.00 1110-528-6650.99 (21247) Child Care Asst Prog HHS CCAP HB1291-tuition subsidy $ 26,400.00 1110-528-6650.99 (21247) Child Care Asst Prog HHS CCAP HB1291 -office supplies $ 250.00 1110-528-7103.99 (21247) Child Care Asst Prog HHS CCAP HB1291-program supplies $ 500.00 1110-528-7201.99 (21247) Child Care Asst Prog HHS CCAP HB1291-food $ 100.00 1110-528-7300.99 (21247) Child Welfare Svcs Legal services(contractual agreement) $ 24,000.00 1110-535-6142 Total Expenditures $ 193,143.00 Offsite Road Improvement Fund Revenues: Community Contributions-Hwy 6 Engineering shouldering widening $ 187,000.00 1140-305-4650.99 (31406) Engineering Edwards Community Auth Contribution $ 250,000.00 1140-305-4650.99 (31402) Assigned Fund Bal $ 463,000.00 Total Revenue $ 900,000.00 26 03/11/2014 Expenditures: Hwy 6 shouldering widening-Edwards to Engineering Avon $ 350,000.00 1140-305-8905.99 (31406) Engineering Edwards Interchange Upgrade Phase II $ 500,000.00 1140-305-8905.99 (31402) 50%Contribution Refund-Valley Road Engineering realignment $ 50,000.00 1140-305-8905.99 (31410) Total Expenditures $ 900,000.00 Sales Tax EV Transportation Revenues: Federal Grant 5310 $ 30,900.00 1151-405-61-4349.11 Carryforward Assigned Fund Bal-previously funded purchases $ 12,600.00 Assigned Fund Bal $ 235,445.00 Total Revenue $ 278,945.00 Expenditures: Open Consulting $ 4,600.00 1151-405-6595 Carryforward Grant funded software $ 38,900.00 1151-405-61-8501.11 Carryforward 3 FT Bus Operators-salaries and benefits $ 194,445.00 see attached Bus Shelter arch/eng&web siltering/on- board wife $ 33,000.00 1151-405-61-6595 Radio Station Advertising $ 8,000.00 1151-405-64-6150 Total Expenditures $ 278,945.00 Transportation Capital Revenues: Transfer in From Capital Improvements Fund $ 31,724.00 1155-149-4910.65 Carryforward Assigned Fund Bal-previously funded purchases $ 369,421.00 Total Revenue $ 401,145.00 Expenditures: AVM,On-Board Video,Pass Auto fare media production $ 401,145.00 1155-405-62-8410.11 Carryforward Total Expenditures $ 401,145.00 Sales Tax EV Trails Revenues: Assigned Fund Bal-previously funded purchases $ 564,566.00 Canyforward Total Revenue $ 564,566.00 Expenditures: Grants to Towns and County $ 115,624.00 1152-606-62-6683 Canyforward 1152-606-62-8160.99 Gypsum to Dotsero Trail Phase II&III $ 27,368.00 (31900) Carryforward 1152-606-62-8160.99 Gypsum to Dotsero Trail Phase V $ 80,023.00 (31900) Canyforward 1152-606-62-8160.99 Avon to Eagle Vail Phase I $ 280,419.00 (31900) Carryforward 1152-606-62-8160.99 Avon to Eagle Vail Phase II $ 11,228.00 (31900) Carryforward 1152-606-62-8160.99 Avon to Eagle Vail Phase III $ 49,904.00 (31900) Canyforward Total Expenditures $ 564,566.00 AIRPORT FUND 27 03/11/2014 Revenues: FAA Revenue-Master Plan $ 37,022.00 1160-455-4347.99 (31709) Carryforward SRE CDOT Grant-AIP 51 $ 1,388,483.00 1160-455-4367.99 (31713) Carryforward SRE FAA Grant-AIP 51 $ 1,556,916.00 1160-455-4347.99 (31713) Carryforward FAA Grant-AIP 52 Pavement $ 600,000.00 1160-455-4347.99 (31713) CDOT Grant-AIP 52 Pavement $ 333,333.00 1160-455-4367.99 (31713) Assigned Fund Bal-previously funded purchases $ 1,842,692.00 Assigned Fund Bal $ 1,022,957.00 Total Revenue $ 6,781,403.00 Expenditures: Master Plan $ 38,971.00 1160-455-6630.99 (31709) Carryforward AIP 51 SRE-Snow Removal Equipment Building $ 4,769,642.00 1160-455-8200.99 (31713) Carryforward AIP 51 SRE-Snow Removal Equipment Bldg Add'! $ 813,000.00 1160-455-8200.99 (31713 AIP 52 Pavement $ 1,000,001.00 1160-455-8260.99 (31713) Additional ARFF position $ 86,089.00 see attached Campbell Hill Aviation Group $ 20,000.00 1160-450-6150 Sign making equipment $ 16,500.00 1160-450-8410.11 Carryforward Review of rules&regulations and min standards $ 15,000.00 1160-450-6595 Tower roof repair and replacement $ 20,000.00 1160-450-6421.11 Casualty&Property insurance increase $ 2,200.00 1160-190-6510 Total Expenditures $ 6,781,403.00 800Mhz Revenues: Assigned Fund Bal $ 16,000.00 Total Revenue $ 16,000.00 Expenditures: Purchase of equipment $ 16,000.00 1180-250-7101.98 Total Expenditures $ 16,000.00 Open Space Fund Revenues: Assigned Fund Bal-previously funded purchases $ 80,000.00 Carryforward Assigned Fund Bal $ 76,943.00 Total Revenue $ 156,943.00 Expenditures: Two Bridges Annual Recreation Fee $ 2,173.00 1442-620-6596.99 (80006) Glassier Parcel $ 7,548.00 1442-620-6595 Open Space.2 FTE increase from GF $ 17,115.00 see attached Open Space Overtime $ 107.00 1442-620-5130 PM Open Space Duck Pond improvements $ 80,000.00 1442-191-8150.99 (80005) Carryforward Conservation Easement-Cordillera Ridge $ 50,000.00 1442-620-8905.99 (80002) Total Expenditures $ 156,943.00 Public Health Fund PH-Healthy Aging Local Grants-Well&Wise project $ 73,742.00 1209-515-4370.99 (21241) Carryforward 28 03/11/2014 1209-505-72-4342.99 PH-MCH HHS Federal Grant-CFPI(LARC methods) $ 4,591.00 (21215) PH-Unallocated Local Grants Other $ 2,918.00 1209-505-75-4370.11 PH-Unallocated State Grant(CFPR) $ 2,500.00 1209-505-75-4362.11 1209-505-71-4362.99 Disease Prevention State Grant DTaP grant $ 9,255.00 (21242) Carryforward 1209-505-71-4362.99 Disease Prevention State Grant CHINS grant $ 5,567.00 (21243) Carryforward 1209-505-71-4362.99 Disease Prevention State Grant IZ Tech grant $ 12,141.00 (21240) Carryforward Nurse Family Partnership State Grant Other $ 38,126.00 1209-511-4362.11 Assigned Fund Bal $ (71,947.00) Total Revenue $ 76,893.00 Expenditures: Well&Wise project-Other purchases PH-Healthy Aging services $ 8,000.00 1209-515-6596.99 (21241) Carryforward PH-Healthy Aging Well&Wise project-Advertising $ 91.00 1209-515-6540.99 (21241) Carryforward PH-Healthy Aging Well&Wise project-Business travel $ 2,385.00 1209-515-6581.99 (21241) Canyforward PH-Healthy Aging Well&Wise project-Program supplies $ 6,373.00 1209-515-7201.99 (21241) Canyforward PH-MCH Lab/Medical supplies(LARC methods) $ 4,591.00 1209-505-72-7260 PH-Unallocated Training $ 400.00 1209-505-75-5430 PH-Unallocated Advertising $ 1,200.00 1209-505-75-6540 PH-Unallocated Business travel $ 818.00 1209-505-75-6580 PH-Unallocated Other purchased services $ 1,000.00 1209-505-75-6595 PH-Unallocated Program supplies $ 600.00 1209-505-75-7200 PH-Unallocated Food $ 1,400.00 1209-505-75-7300 PH-PPP Contractual-SPARK contract from 2013 $ 5,000.00 1209-505-73-6142 Carryforward 1209-505-71-6581.99 Disease Prevention DTaP-Business travel $ 1,149.00 (21242) Carryforward 1209-505-71-7201.99 Disease Prevention DTaP-Program supplies $ 877.00 (21242) Carryforward 1209-505-71-6581.99 Disease Prevention CHINS-Business travel $ 300.00 (21243) Carryforward 1209-505-71-7201.99 Disease Prevention CHINS-Program supplies $ 300.00 (21243) Canyforward 1209-505-71-6581.99 Disease Prevention IZ Tech-Business travel $ 783.00 (21240) Canyforward 1209-505-71-7201.99 Disease Prevention IZ Tech-Program supplies $ 500.00 (21240) Carryforward Disease Prevention Operating Supplies $ 3,000.00 1209-505-71-7100 Canyforward Nurse Family Partnership Wages-regular $ 20,455.00 1209-511-5110 Nurse Family Partnership FICA taxes $ 1,298.00 1209-511-5210 Nurse Family Partnership Medicare $ 304.00 1209-511-5215 Nurse Family Partnership Retirement $ 1,253.00 1209-511-5340 Nurse Family Partnership Telephone services&cell phone purchase $ 770.00 1209-511-6225.11 Nurse Family Partnership Program supplies $ 384.00 1209-511-7200 Nurse Family Partnership Client Services Travel $ 2,115.00 1209-511-6582.11 Nurse Family Partnership Employee Tuition&training $ 5,684.00 1209-511-5430 Nurse Family Partnership Computer&Ipad $ 5,863.00 1209-511-7100 Personnel from Contractual-Wages PH-Tobacco Regular $ 19,552.00 1209-505-76-5110 PH-Tobacco Personnel from Contractual-Fica Taxes $ 1,212.00 1209-505-76-5210 PH-Tobacco Personnel from Contractual-Medicare $ 284.00 1209-505-76-5215 Personnel from Contractual-Health PH-Tobacco Insurance $ 2,847.00 1209-505-76-5310 PH-Tobacco Personnel from Contractual-Retirement $ 1,173.00 1209-505-76-5340 PH-Tobacco Personnel from Contractual $ (25,068.00) 1209-505-76-6142 Health Equities Contractual to Personnel-OHD $ 25,256.00 1209-505-77-6142 Contractual to Personnel-OHD-Wages Health Equities Regular $ (19,983.00) 1209-505-77-5110 Health Equities Contractual to Personnel-OHD-Fica Taxes $ (1,239.00) 1209-505-77-5210 29 03/11/2014 Health Equities Contractual to Personnel-OHD-Medicare $ (290.00) 1209-505-77-5215 Contractual to Personnel-OHD-Health Health Equities Insurance $ (2,545.00) 1209-505-77-5310 Health Equities Contractual to Personnel-OHD-Retirement $ (1,199.00) 1209-505-77-5340 PPP Contracted w/Pitkin county-Wages Regular $ (26,250.00) 1209-505-73-5110 PPP Contracted w/Pitkin county-Wellness $ (225.00) 1209-505-73-5139.10 PPP Contracted w/Pitkin county-Fica Taxes $ (1,655.00) 1209-505-73-5210 PPP Contracted w/Pitkin county-Medicare $ (387.00) 1209-505-73-5215 Contracted w/Pitkin county-Health PPP Insurance $ (9,103.00) 1209-505-73-5310 PPP Contracted w/Pitkin county-Retirement $ (1,602.00) 1209-505-73-5340 Contracted w/Pitkin county-Contractual PPP Services $ 39,222.00 1209-505-73-6142 Total Expenditures $ 76,893.00 Capital Improvement Fund Revenues: Contribution of PEG Revenue for IT/Comm remodel $ 25,000.00 2150-161-4650.99 (20601) Carryforward WECMRD contribution for Freedom Park parking lots $ 300,000.00 2150-305-4650.99 (31906) Carryforward Federal Grant-Stone Creek Flood mitigation $ 16,508.00 2150-305-4349.99 (30902) Carryforward Assigned Fund Bal-previously funded purchases $ 3,810,969.00 Total Revenue $ 4,152,477.00 Expenditures: Engineering Freedom Park Parking lots $ 639,992.00 2150-305-8150.99 (31906) Carryforward Stone Creek Flood mitigation non ECG Engineering asset $ 2,790.00 2150-305-8010.99 (30902) Carryforward Engineering Stone Creek Flood mitigation contribution $ 10,582.00 2150-305-8905.99 (30902) Canyforward 2150-305-8150.99 Engineering Justice Center pavement rehabilitation $ 27,352.00 (EA600CAP) Canyforward Transfer out to R&B Fund-Catamount Engineering Bridge $ 225,225.00 2150-149-9100.15 Canyforward Engineering Transfer out to R&B Fund-Bums Bridge $ 262,500.00 2150-149-9100.15 Carryforward Engineering Transfer out to R&B Fund-Red Dirt Bridge $ 10,000.00 2150-149-9100.15 Carryforward 2150-190-8250.99 FM Clerk&Recorder remodel $ 191,757.00 (EA300CAP) Canyforward FM Coil cleaning $ 16,295.00 2150-190-6421.98 Canyforward FM DA Annex Phase I $ 7,344.00 2150-190-7101.98 (EA601) Carryforward FM DA Annex Phase 2 $ 20,000.00 2150-190-7101.98 (EA601) Carryforward FM El Jebel flooring $ 17,268.00 2150-190-6421.98 (EJ300) Carryforward 2150-190-8250.99 FM IT/Communications remodel $ 310,000.00 (32501DA) Carryforward 2150-191-8250.99 PM ERC Solar project $ 498,800.00 (EA402CAP) Canyforward 2150-191-8250.99 PM Old Courthouse Roof $ 92,000.00 (EA700CAP) Carryforward 2150-191-8250.99 PM DA Annex Phase 3 $ 39,270.00 (EA601CAP) Carryforward 2150-191-8250.99 PM Entran ECB heat $ 137,263.00 (EA300CAP) Canyforward PM Eagle Ball Field $ 1,567,095.00 2150-191-8150.99 Canyforward Transfer out to Vehicle Repl Fund for AVM $ 31,724.00 2150-149-9100.40 Canyforward IT Networking Equipment and servers $ 33,220.00 2150-165-7195.11 Canyforward IT Clerk&Recorder video $ 5,000.00 2150-165-7195.11 Canyforward Public Comm Closed Circuit Video System $ 7,000.00 2150-161-8410.11 Canyforward Total Expenditures $ 4,152,477.00 Landfill Fund 30 03/11/2014 Revenues: Unrestricted Net Position-prey funded $ 543,388.00 Total Revenue $ 543,388.00 Expenditures: Landfill Scale house $ 543,388.00 3600-191-8200.99 (21804) Carryforward Total Expenditures $ 543,388.00 Fleet Fund Revenues: Unrestricted Net Position-prey funded $ 290,000.00 Unrestricted Net Position(increase) $ 27,188.00 Total Revenue $ 317,188.00 Expenditures: Replacement Dozer for Landfill $ 290,000.00 3700-730-56-8410.11 Carryforward Airport replacement vehicle $ 27,188.00 3700-730-55-8420 Total Expenditures $ 317,188.00 SUMMARY All Funds General Fund Additional Revenue $ 1,684,555.00 $ 72,282.00 Unassigned and Assigned Fund Bal(incl. Net Assets)-Previously Funded Purchases $ 12,977,327.00 $ 783,101.00 Contingency Fund(Unassigned) $ 16,617.00 $ 16,617.00 Unassigned and Assigned Fund Balance used for additional appropriations $ 1,741,736.00 $ - Committed Fund Balance-Previously Funded Purchases $ - $ - Committed Fund Balance-used for additional appropriations $ - $ - Restricted Fund Balance-Previously Funded $ 25,000.00 $ 25,000.00 Restricted Fund Balance-used for additional appropriations $ 35,000.00 $ 35,000.00 Unrestricted Net Position $ 27,188.00 Nonspendable $ - Transfers $ 529,449.00 $ 17,036,872.00 $ 932,000.00 '}S tY�kly Nz xt'{ 4 1rvt�3}pit �'1•,:z"� �.? l � y xJ : d ' `�x 11 z dl 3 4 �� h < & `$ i F rep fie. A �a a -i0„h a'. rk0"�C o ° ,A to d x 81 r b § ' ,445 as a t, P' a �' 1t�{ �Y,Pa �. �d•6 67:i f ` u y a � ,C e it r ;+y1 Chairman Ryan stated that the request included grants received,money needing to be moved between line items, and carryovers that weredifferent from the originally approved 2014 budget. 31 03/11/2014 Mr. Hyatt explained that anything that required a spending of money required the approval the commissioners. The supplemental requests were for changes that came up throughout the year. Chairman Fisher believed the budget process had become much more transparent and the supplemental request amounts had reduced significantly. Mr.Montag stated that the board has spent a great deal of time reviewing the line items in the supplemental and the information was available online to the public. Chairman Fisher stated that there was $17 million dollars being moved around but in reality there was only $72,000 were additional revenue. Mr. Hyatt stated that the net impact to the bottom line was $62,000. Chairman Ryan didn't believe it was necessary to spend too much time on the carry forwards. Commissioner Chandler-Henry believed it would be helpful if Mr. Hyatt spoke about the categories. Mr. Hyatt stated that there were 39 requests from the general fund, 5 were carry forwards. The net impact of all the requests combined was $16,617. Commissioner Chandler-Henry noted that the Human Services Department had been very successful in getting grants. Mr. Hyatt stated that the grants for Human Services Department totaled$193,000. Chairman Fisher noted that the Airport took 7 part time positions and created 2 full time positions. Commissioner Chandler-Henry stated that the board was able to review the details of the request yesterday and she had no additional questions. Commissioner Fisher moved to approve the Resolution 2014-014 Adopting a First Supplementary Budget and Appropriation of Unanticipated Revenues for Fiscal Year 2014, and Authorizing the Transfer of Budgeted and Appropriated Monies between Various Spending Agencies Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Work Session(recorded) 18. Air Service Analysis Presentation Greg Phillips,Airport Kevin Schorr, Campbell-Hill Aviation Group, LLC 19. Board of Social Services Rita Woods,Health&Human Services 20. Mountain Family Health Centers Ross Brooks, CEO Mountain Family Health Centers Commissioner Fisher moved to adjourn as the Board of Social Services and reconvene as the Board of County Commissioners. Commissioner Chandler-Henry seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. Planning Files 21. ZS-4615-Casey Concrete Batch Plant Sean Hanagan,Planning Greg Schroeder, Engineering Brick Solid Investments,Applicant Travis Stewart,Representative Note: Tabled from 02/25/14 32 03/11/2014 FILE NO./PROCESS: ZS-4615/Special Use Permit PROJECT NAME: Casey Concrete Batch Plant LOCATION: 4155 Highway 6 Gypsum OWNER: Brick Solid Investments APPLICANT: Same REPRESENTATIVE: Travis Stewart STAFF PLANNER: Sean Hanagan 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The applicant requests approval of a Special Use Permit for the construction and operation of a Concrete Batch Plant, covering approximately 3 acres of the 9-acre parcel APN-2113-042-00-002 located on the North side of Interstate 70 in the Dotsero area. Pursuant to the Eagle County Land Use Regulations (ECLURs), "Processing"shall require a special use permit. According to the application,the Concrete Batch Plant will consist of: • One, self-contained CON-E-CO LoPro 12 Batch Plant. The approximate dimensions of the of the plant are 55ft long x l Oft wide x 36ft tall. • One 60ft cement silo and 120ft long feed belt. The concrete batch plant is being proposed to provide projects in Eagle and surrounding counties the concrete needed to complete all types of projects. The project site has been selected due primarily to the existing zoning and proximity to Eagle, Garfield and Pitkin Counties. The site is planned to produce an estimated 28,000 cubic yards of Redi-Mix product to primarily serve the Eagle River Valley. Gravel will be imported via trucks from the west,with the majority coming from Casey Concretes gravel pit in Carbondale to produce the product on site. It is estimated that 50,400 tons of gravel, cement and fly ash will be imported onto the site per year to serve operations. The following issues are of concern with this application: 1. Visual Impact 2. Wildlife and disturbance to the Site 3. Environmental Implications 4. Industrial Performance Standards/Compatibility Visual Impact As the western gateway to Eagle County, Dotsero represents a unique opportunity as well as a high level of responsibility to portray Eagle County in a positive light. The Dotsero Area Community Plan lists multiple strategies to enhance the current Viewshed. The applicant has indicated an interest in allowing/providing a "Dotsero" landmark sign on the silo as well as screening of the property to contribute to the above mentioned goals. Wildlife and Disturbance to the Site According to the referral response by Brian Woodrich, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW), the site is mapped as winter concentration and winter range for both mule deer and elk. The Eagle County Comprehensive Plan contains specific policy recommendations and goals in-line with CPW objectives to protect and preserve such areas and to direct development away from areas where habitat has not been disturbed. The CPW makes certain recommendations with regard to fencing, lighting and other measures to minimize the impact to affected species in the area. 33 03/11/2014 Environmental Implications Any new development of this nature presents the possibility of environmental conflicts. In the case of this permit request, failsafes do exist to aid in the mitigation of these concerns. Smoke, dust, fumes, and storage of fuels and hazardous materials are regulated by the state of Colorado and are required to meet standards to minimize or eliminate environmental impacts. Eagle Count also has the ability to monitor and regulate these concerns. Special Use Permits allow for the ability to further regulate through local control and revocation. Failure to comply with the approved conditions or required plans can result in suspension of operations or even permit revocation. (Please see Environmental Health conditions) Industrial Performance Standards/Compatibility ECLUR Commercial and Industrial Performance Standards seek to regulate the following; 1. Noise and Vibration 2. Smoke and Particulates 3. Heat, Glare,Radiation and Electrical Interference 4. Storage of Hazardous Materials Of the above mentioned standards those that possess the potential to create compatibility issues with adjacent properties are 1 and 2. The potential for these to become a nuisance does exist. The applicant has provided documentation to demonstrate compliance with the above standards and staff believes that this evidence in conjunction with proper conditioning of this permit will result in these concerns being alleviated. Effect of Special Use Permits Pursuant to Section 5-250.E — Effect of Issuance of Special Use Permit, Eagle County Land Use Regulations, Special Use permits are valid for three (3) years until the approved use is implemented. If the approved use is not implemented within the three year time period, the permit expires. Upon implementation of the approved use within the three year time period, Special Use permits remain valid in- perpetuity, unless an expiration date or exception has been placed upon the permit by the Board of County Commissioners. 2. SITE DATA The project site is located approximately .1 miles east of exit 133 on I-70. The site is situated on the North side of 1-70. The site is a 9.825 acre, industrially zoned parcel that is comprised of a concrete block production facility, a sales building, and contractor storage yard. The application site will be located in the western 3 acres of the parcel. The project area is within—8/10ths of a mile from both Two Rivers Village and Two Rivers Estates. There are random residential units in closer proximity to the site both to the East and to the West. Surrounding Land Uses/Zoning Land.0 Zoning ti North: BLM Resource Preservation (RP) South: Interstate 70 BLM&I-70 and Residential Commercial Limited East: (Two Rivers) (CL)/Resource Preservation(RP) BLM& Resource Preservation West: Residential/A ricultural (RP)/Resource(R) Industrial Zone District ' N/A r t -o Light Industrial(Block Plant) x< r k � � eF�tiBxq e i� � r Mixed use residential and small scale Industrial/commercial. ir, €�. A ] 9 [Sq �: 1 N/A .Ha w ti v X 34 03/11/2014 a g ;yr C I-70 frontage road accessed from exit 133(I-70) 1 3. REFERRAL RESPONSES: Referral copies of this application were sent to thirty (30) agencies for review. The following section summarizes the comments of all agencies that submitted an official referral response to Eagle County prior to the date of this report: Eagle County EnRineerinZ(Greg Shroeder) 1. "The batch plant facility will require road impact fees to be paid prior to operation.As this use is not shown on the road impact fee schedule found under ECLUR Section 4-710,please contact this office for assistance on calculating the appropriate impact fee. 2. Please note that from a November 20, 2013 email sent to you from Dan Roussin,the above mentioned project does need an access permit from CDOT. Eagle County is an issuing authority with CDOT and therefore please address the access permit submission to this office. Colorado Parks& Wildlife(Brian Wodrich): "Colorado Parks and Wildlife(CPW) appreciates the opportunity to review and comment on the Casey Concrete Batch Plant. The proposed development of the concrete batch plant may have an impact upon wildlife habitat and a variety of wildlife species. Therefore, CPW would like to make the following recommendations to minimize the impact to wildlife and wildlife habitat. This property does fall within mule deer and elk winter range and moose overall range. Mountain lion and black bear are also found at the project's location. The project referral letter states that elk do not utilize the area; however, the location is within elk winter range and elk are found regularly within the immediate vicinity of the property. Additionally, bighorn sheep occupy the cliffs and hills directly to the north of the property with the last sighting being documented by CPW on December 15, 2013. Bald eagle, golden eagle, osprey and peregrine falcon (A state species of special concern) are also found to occupy the area. The proposed project location is two miles outside the peregrine falcon active nest site buffer zone, but still within foraging territory. There is an active osprey nest approximately 1.25 miles from the project location which falls outside the % mile nesting buffer zone recommended by CPW. While the development of the property may not have a direct impact on the above mentioned wildlife species, light and sound produced by the proposed facility will have a negative impact. Much of the impacts could be mitigated at the design stage of the buildings by directing light downward and ensuring light is not emitted onto the hillsides to the north. If fencing is deemed necessary on the property, CPW would like to recommend the following additions to the guidelines of fencing for the property: Privacy fencing (6'-8') is recommended for the building envelope area only. For three-strand wire fences, CPW recommends that the top wire be a 12 '/z gauge twisted, barbless type at a maximum height of 42". It is critical that the middle wire, which can be barbed, be located a minimum of 12"below the top wire for kick space, to prevent entanglement when elk and deer jump over it. Keep top wire tight — a loose top wire can cause an elk or deer's leg to become twisted with the next wire.The bottom wire should be 16"above the ground. CPW recommends the installation of bear resistant containers throughout the proposed developed area to minimize bear-human interactions" See condition(s):3,4&5 Eagle County Planning Commission Recommendation: At their regularly scheduled meeting on January 15th 2014,the Eagle County Planning Commission voted unanimously to recommend approval of this Special Use request. During deliberation the commission discussed the following topics; 1. Access 2. Visual impacts 3. Hours of operations 4. Landscape species 35 03/11/2014 5. Screening and tower color 6. Signing Access was addressed by Eagle County Engineering and a CTOT Access Permit will be required for this use. Eagle County Engineering will act on CDOT's behalf and manage the Access Permit process. Visual impact discussions focused mainly on the color and height of the silo. Ultimately it was recommended that the applicant choose colors for the silo and LoPro enclosure that will blend with the northern hillside. In addition it was recommended that the word"Dotsero"NOT appear on the silo. Hours of operation were discussed and questions asked of the applicant regarding what takes place in the early in the morning hours of operation. The applicant discussed the procedures for warming up equipment and materials. Planning Commission members had concerns about proposed species used for landscaping and screening. The applicant agreed to work with the CSU Extension to determine the most appropriate species to be efficient with water use and to ensure survivability. 4. SUMMARY ANALYSIS: Benefits Staff believes the proposal presents several potential benefits to Eagle County. Potential benefits include the processing and development of significant resource used for construction and maintenance within the Eagle Valley and adjacent counties. CDOT and other entities will have alternatives for supply located closer to job sites. Additionally, the site location provides a centralized location for the contractors and work being done in the valley thereby minimizing travel distances and reducing the use of fuel. Lastly, the proposal has the potential to bolster certain economic strategies outlined in the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan. With the addition of a second batch plant in the county the market for such materials becomes more competitive and may therefore benefit the citizens of Eagle County through overall project cost savings. Impacts& Trade-offs Potential negative impacts to the environment and community include the elimination or reduction of capacity for mule deer and elk habitat, effects on the visual quality and character of the area for travelers along the Interstate 70 corridor. Staff believes such impacts are important to the overall community health, yet they may represent a trade-off of sorts. Certain potential impacts such as those to visual quality or character are difficult to judge prior to development of the Concrete Batch Plant, even with visual simulation techniques used during this review. There is no doubt the proposed plant will be visible from several points or areas in the surrounding community. There is also certainty in the County's intent to protect and preserve visual resources. The Applicant has committed to strategies to enhance the overall appearance of the site and help to develop the character of the Dotsero area. Other impacts are less nebulous, such as the loss to mule deer and elk habitat. The proposal will cause the elimination or reduction in capacity/viability of approximately 3 acres of habitat (as mapped by CPW). The Eagle County Comprehensive Plan, the Dotsero Area Community Plan and the Eagle County Open Space Plan all speak to loss of wildlife habitat and avoidance of development in winter ranges of both deer and elk. However, the proposed site is located in a previously disturbed area and the applicant has committed to follow CPW's recommendations for mitigation. Summary Overall, the potential benefits from the project, specifically the provision of significant amounts of local material processing is in-line with County goals and policies, and if properly conditioned appear to equal potential disadvantages or impacts. In summary, and in reference to the standards applicable to Special Use Permits, staff finds: 36 03/11/2014 1. The petition may adversely affect the public health, safety, and welfare, if not conditioned properly, and; 2. The proposed use may be attuned(compatible)with the immediately adjacent and nearby neighborhood properties and uses if conditioned properly, and; 3. The proposal is in general overall compliance with both the Eagle County Land Use Regulations and with the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan(and/or other applicable master plans). 5. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OPTIONS: 1. Approve [File No. ZS-46151 without conditions if it is determined that the petition will not adversely affect the public health, safety, and welfare and the proposed use is attuned with the immediately adjacent and nearby neighborhood properties and uses and the proposal is in compliance with both the Eagle County Land Use Regulations and with the guidelines of the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan (and/or other applicable master plans). 2. Deny [File No. ZS-4615] if it is determined that the petition will adversely affect the public health, safety, and welfare and/or the proposed use is not attuned with the immediately adjacent and nearby neighborhood properties and uses and the proposal is not in compliance with both the Eagle County Land Use Regulations and with the guidelines of the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan (and/or other applicable master plans). 3. Table [File No. ZS-4615] if additional information is required to fully evaluate the petition. Give specific direction to the petitioner and staff. 4. Approve [File No. ZS-46151 with conditions and/or performance standards if it is determined that certain conditions and/or performance standards are necessary to ensure public, health, safety, and welfare and/or enhances the attunement of the use with the immediately adjacent and nearby neighborhood properties and uses and the proposal is in compliance with both the Eagle County Land Use Regulations and with the guidelines of the Eagle County Comprehensive Plan(and/or other applicable master plans). 6. SUGGESTED CONDITIONS: 1. Except as otherwise modified by this development permit, all material representations made by the Applicant in this application and in public meeting shall be adhered to and considered conditions of approval. 2. This special use permit approval shall be in effect during the terms of the applicant's contract with Brick Solid Investments, its successor or assigns. If said lease is terminated so shall this special use terminate 3. Upon termination or revocation of the Special Use Permit, the applicant or its successors or assigns shall be responsible for the deconstruction and removal of the concrete batch plant and all associated equipment. 4. Hazardous materials, secondary containment and spill prevention control and countermeasures plans; dust suppression plans, erosion and drainage control and/or stormwater management plans shall be submitted to and approved by Eagle County Environmental Health prior to implementation of this Special Use Permit. 5. If fencing is deemed necessary on the property,privacy fencing(6'-8')is recommended for the building envelope area only. For three-strand wire fences, the top wire shall be a 12 1/2 gauge twisted, barbless type at a maximum height of 42". It is critical that the middle wire, which can be barbed, be located a minimum of 12" below the top wire for kick space, to prevent entanglement when elk and deer jump over it. Keep top wire tight—a loose top wire can cause an elk or deer's leg to become twisted with the next wire. The bottom wire should be 16" above the ground. 6. The installation of bear resistant containers throughout the proposed developed area to minimize bear-human interactions is required. 7. Applicant shall use downward lighting to ensure light is not emitted onto the hillsides to the north of the project site. 37 03/11/2014 APPENDIX`A' 1. NECESSARY FINDINGS: PROCESS INTENT ECLUR Section: 5-250 Special Use Permits Section Purpose: Special Uses are those uses that are not necessarily compatible with the other uses allowed in a zone district, but which may be determined compatible with the other uses allowed in the zone district based upon individual review of their location, design, configuration, density and intensity of use, and the imposition of appropriate conditions to ensure the compatibility of the use at a particular location with surrounding land uses. All Special Uses shall meet the standards set forth in this Section. Standards: Section 5-250.B. The issuance of a Special Use Permit shall be dependent upon findings that there is competent evidence that the proposed use as conditioned, fully complies with all the standards of this Section,this Division, this Article, and these Land Use Regulations. The Planning Commission may recommend and the Board of County Commissioners may attach any conditions deemed appropriate to ensure compliance with the following standards, including conformity to a specific site plan, requirements to improve public facilities necessary to serve the Special Use, and limitations on the operating characteristics of the use, or the location or duration of the Special Use Permit STANDARD: Consistent with Comprehensive Plan. [Section 5-250.B.1] The proposed Special Use shall be appropriate for its proposed location and be consistent with the purposes, goals, objectives and policies of the Comprehensive Plan and the FL UM of the Comprehensive Plan, including standards for building and structural intensities and densities, and intensities of use. EAGLE COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 1 l b 44 t a . Exceeds Recommendations Incorporates Majority of X X' XZ X X X° XS Recommendations Does` Not Incorporate X3 Recommendations Not Applicable X X (1) The project is located within an industrially zoned portion of the county and therefore the use has been contemplated for this area. This property was designated as Industrial zoning when Eagle County first implemented zoning(1974). (2) To the extent the proposed special use will provide a competitive resource to those business entities choosing to purchase concrete from the Applicant, and to the extent the proposal adds to the "economic infrastructure" of Eagle County,the policies and recommendations are being supported. (3) According to the wildlife habitat mapping provided with the application, the project location is mapped by the Colorado Parks & Wildlife Department as mule deer, elk and moose winter concentration area. It should be noted that the area is previously disturbed; the Colorado Parks & Wildlife Department (CPW) has provided 38 03/11/2014 recommendations for avoidance and mitigation. Those recommendations have been incorporated into the list of conditions for this SUP. (4) Requirements to insure compliance with Environmental standards have been incorporated into the list of conditions. (5) The Dotsero Area Community Plan FLUM designates the site as appropriate for "Outlying Service Commercial"with the addition of"Potential Community Center" DOTSERO AREA COMMUNITY PLAN SatIsfics Majority of X X X X X Recora gtdahons Does not Satisfy \la,orit'. of Rt;eommendatr uns Not X 1: Per the Plan, "Assure development is consistent with relevant master plans,resource management plans and other adopted or officially sanctioned guiding documents". This proposal is unique in that it does not entail new `development', rather increased use of existing development. This site is currently utilized for similar activities (concrete block plant) 2: Per the Plan,"Ensure appropriate strategies are employed to protect air quality". See Executive Summary page 2 3: Per the Plan,"Encourage design standards that consider natural attributes, community values, existing and anticipated land uses,regional influences,and the expectations of Eagle County residents and visitors". See Executive Summary page 2 4: Per the Plan,"Land uses should serve residents, commuters,visitors and recreational users in the I)otsero planning area as a priority". See Executive Summary page 2 5: Per the Plan,"Provide safe and adequate roads, driveways, sidewalks and trails in the Dotsero area".Eagle County Engineering has deemed these as sufficient in their letter dated 12/23/13 6: The Future Land Use Map identifies the location of the concrete batch plant as `Community Center'. The subject property is located within a defined Community Center and in immediate proximity to the I-70/Dotsero interchange. STANDARD: Compatibility. [Section 5-2S0.B.2] The proposed Special Use shall be appropriate for its proposed location and compatible with the character of surrounding land uses. Potential Surrounding Land Uses/Zoning Compatibility Issues Yes No North: Public Land Resource Preservation(RP) ✓ 39 03/11/2014 South Interstate Highway / Resource(R)/PUD ✓ Residential' East: Residentialtblie Land Resource(R)/Resource Preservation ✓ West: Residentiial, Resource(R) ✓ Note: With regard to potential conflicts or compatibility issues, staff views the proposed Special Use as potentially impacting existing residential development (Two Rivers Village and Two Rivers estates) located south and across the Interstate and Hwy. 6 from the project. This is due to areas where there is a direct line of sight from residential lots in site of the project site. Staff is also concerned with potential visual impacts to travelers on Interstate 70. STANDARD: Zone District Standards.[Section 5-250.B.3] The proposed Special Use shall comply with the standards of the zone district in which it is located and any standards applicable to the particular use, as identified in Section 3-310, Review Standards Applicable to Particular Residential, Agricultural and Resource Uses and Section 3-330, Review Standards Applicable to Particular Commercial and Industrial Uses. SECTION 3-310.REVIEW STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO PARTICULAR RESIDENTIAL,AGRICULTURAL AND RESOURCE USES STANDARD: Design Minimizes Adverse Impact. [Section 5-250.B.4] The design of the proposed Special Use shall minimize adverse impacts, including visual impact of the proposed use on adjacent lands; furthermore, the proposed Special Use shall avoid significant adverse impact on surrounding lands regarding trash, traffic, service delivery,parking and loading, odors, noise, glare, and vibration, and shall not create a nuisance. 40 11A U z Exceeds ECLUR Requirements Satisfies ECLUR ' X X X X x2 x x x Requirements Does Not Satisfy ECLUR Requirements Not Applicable (1) CPW has made specific recommendations with regard to the handling of trash. Please see condition 4 in this staff report. (2) The Applicant has provided a noise analysis as part of the application that demonstrates conformance with applicable performance standards. STANDARD: Design Minimizes Environmental Impact. [Section 5-250.B.5] The proposed Special Use shall minimize environmental impacts and shall not cause significant deterioration of water and air resources, wildlife habitat, scenic resources, and other natural resources. 40 03/11/2014 cn 00.i0 .4 E Z o p a �; '5'4 a 2 o pp c, o a "C� Gj . . O b ed v. a. x Q (. atw Sot > UFO Exceeds ECLUR Requirements Satisfies ECLUR Requirement X X X X X Does Not Satisfy ECLUR Requirement X Not Applicable X STANDARD: Impact on Public Facilities. [Section 5-250.B.6] The proposed Special Use Permit shall be adequately served by public facilities and services, including roads,pedestrian paths,potable water and wastewater facilities,parks, schools,police and fire protection, and emergency medical services cq Q C � N a a a s ° 3i a % a vs -1 n Exceeds ECLUR Requirements Satisfies ECLUR XI X X2 Requirements _ Does Not Satisfy ECLUR Requirement _ Not Applicable X X X X (Xl) Applicant will be required to obtain a CDOT Access Permit prior to beginning operations. Eagle County Engineering will be acting on behalf of CDOT in the Access Permit process. (X2)Both the Gypsum Fire Protection District and the Eagle County Wildfire Mitigation Specialist did not provide comment on this application. Staff, therefore, is not aware of specific issues related to emergency services. STANDARD: Site Development Standards. [Section 5-250.B.7] The proposed Special Use shall comply with the appropriate standards in Article 4, Site Development Standards. a 7� u w w 1.» N a a Z Article 4,Site Development Standards Conditions v $ Ifl Q W g. 11:44 Q W Z X Off-Street Parking and Loading Standards(Division 4-1) X Landscaping and Illumination Standards(Division 4-2) X Sign Regulations(Division 4-3) X Wildlife Protection(Section 4-410) 3&4 X Geologic Hazards(Section 4-420) X Hillside Development(Section 4-425) 41 03/11/2014 X Wildfire Protection(Section 4-430) X Wood Burning Controls(Section 4-440) X Ridgeline Protection(Section 4-450) X Environmental Impact Report(Section 4-460) X Commercial and Industrial Performance Standards(Division 4-5) 2 X Noise and Vibration(Section 4-520) X Smoke and Particulates(Section 4-530) X Heat,Glare,Radiation and Electrical Interference(Section 4-540) X Storage of Hazardous and Non-hazardous Materials(Section 4-550) 2 X Water Quality Standards(Section 4-560) X Roadway Standards(Section 4-620) X Sidewalk and Trail Standards(Section 4-630) X Irrigation System Standards(Section 4-640) X Drainage Standards(Section 4-650) X Grading and Erosion Control Standards(Section 4-660) X Utility and Lighting Standards(Section 4-670) 5 X Water Supply Standards(Section 4-680)* X Sanitary Sewage Disposal Standards(Section 4-690) X Impact Fees and Land Dedication Standards(Division 4-7) STANDARD: Other Provisions. [Section 5-250.B.8] The proposed Special Use shall comply with all standards imposed on it by all other applicable provisions of these Land Use Regulations for use, layout, and general development characteristics. There are no other provisions of the Eagle County Land Use Regulations that are applicable to this Special Use Permit. DISCUSSION: Chairman Fisher stated that she was not at the last meeting. She listened to the hearing and was informed about the discussions that took place. She asked the applicant if they felt she was well enough versed to hear the remainder of the file and vote. Travis Stewart, representing the applicant stated that they would accept her vote. Mr. Hanagan clarified that the applicant was Western Slope Concrete d/b/a Casey Concrete and the land owner was Brick Solid Investments. Staff received a couple of memos since the last meeting; one from Travis Stewart and one from Kevin French. Travis Stewart thanked the board for their time. Since the last meeting they were able to sit down with Mr. French and talk through his concerns and issues. As his memo indicated they'd worked through the issues and would be a better operator as a result of the discussions. As part of the agreement they agreed to take the height of the fence to 8 ft. Commissioner Fisher asked about the fencing material used for the sound mitigation. Mr. Stewart stated that the material for the wall would be pallets of blocks and a high strength fabric would wrap the outside. Commissioner Fisher asked that the wall be attractive, look fresh and be a well maintained. Mr. Stewart stated that the hours would meet the standards of the operators of the county. The hours would be 7 am—7 pm,Monday thru Saturday. 42 03/11/2014 Commissioner Fisher spoke about some of the important projects in the county and wanted to be able to provide the needed materials locally as much as possible. She wondered if there was a value to having some flexibility a certain number of days per summer season. Mr. Stewart stated that they had not discussed this with Mr. French but believed there was some benefit to having the flexibility. Ms.Ayres-Oliver spoke about a document submitted to the board indicating a desire to operated 24 hours with administrative approval for large state or county jobs Shawn Vondette, Casey Concrete suggested 12 days throughout the year. CDOT was trying to shift to night time construction and there could be 3-4 days of back to back nighttime activity. Commissioner Chandler-Henry suggested adding a condition requiring an annual compliance report. Chairman Ryan opened public and closed public comment, as there was none. Chairman Ryan suggested a brief recess to allow the applicant and Mr.French to discuss extended hours of operation. Mr. Stewart stated that everyone was in agreement with the 24 hour operation upon a 2 week notice,not to exceed 12, 24 hour periods in any given year. Kevin French, adjacent property owner, indicated that he agreed with the terms. Ms. Ayres-Oliver suggested that either the Planning Director or the Director of Environmental Health could provide the administrative approval. Chairman Fisher asked if the extension would include a Sunday. Mr. Stewart stated that the applicant agreed to a Sunday. Mr.French indicated that he approved of a Sunday being included in the 12 days. Mr.Hanagan reviewed the suggested condition. Commissioner Fisher suggested omitting the barbed wire in condition 3 altogether. She suggested limiting the Special Use Permit to the applicant and requiring a potential purchaser to come before the board. Mr. Stewart asked if there was a process to amend a special use permits. Ms. Ayres-Oliver stated that there was not. If there were a new owner they would have to go through the process unless there were changes made to the regulations between now and then. Chairman Fisher wanted to insure that the property was not left a dusty lot. Mr.Vondette stated that they would reconstruct it in a manner that was acceptable to the property owner. Ray Merry stated that if the permit were revoked,the county could require whatever restoration necessary. There would most likely be a stipulation in the lease agreement. Commissioner Fisher believed there should be a way to revisit the permit or fix the land use regulations to accommodate these types of situations. Commissioner Chandler-Henry suggested allowing 20 days rather than 12,allowing some time for the board to look at an amendment process if needed. Commissioner Fisher preferred 12 days, allowing an extension of up to 20 with an administrative review. Ms.Ayres-Oliver suggested a condition allowing the applicant with prior administrative approval by the Planning Director and at least 2 weeks prior notice to adjacent owners and tenants,the applicant may be permitted to operate for extended hours,not to exceed 20-24 hour periods in any year of operation for public or federal projects. Mr.Merry believed that Sundays and holidays were inappropriate. Commissioner Ryan suggested giving the Community Development Director the power to decide and consider the requests on a case by case basis. Commissioner Chandler-Henry stated that she was comfortable giving the Community Development Director the administrative authority but preferred that there be some limits. Mr.French preferred there be a limit on the number of days. Commissioner Fisher preferred 12 days. Mr. Hanagan suggested adding a condition requiring an annual compliance report demonstrating compliance with Eagle County Industrial Commercial Performance Standards as well as conditions of approval and shall be submitted prior to December 31. '' ,7 Chairman Ryan proposed reviewing the standards for the special use pit and the variance for the silo. Commissioner Chandler-Henry believed the apvlicatnon met,tW,5taticiaras, and was consta11t with the comprehensive plan, compatible with the surrounding eiktinkuscse complied with the standards of the zone district,minimized adverse impacts,minimized environmei atl=impacts, adequately served by public facilities and complied with site development standards. 43 03/11/2014 Chairman Ryan agreed with the proposed conditions. Commissioner Chandler-Henry moved to approve the file no. ZS-4615 -Casey Concrete Batch Plant as conditioned. Chairman Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. SUGGESTED CONDITIONS: 1. Except as otherwise modified by this development permit, all material representations made by the Applicant in this application and in public meeting shall be adhered to and considered conditions of approval. 2. Hazardous materials, secondary containment and spill prevention control and countermeasures plans; dust suppression plans, erosion and drainage control and/or stormwater management plans shall be submitted to and approved by Eagle County Environmental Health prior to implementation of this Special Use Permit. 3. If fencing is deemed necessary on the property, privacy fencing (6'-8') is recommended for the building envelope area only. For three-strand wire fences, the top wire shall be a 12 '/2 gauge twisted, barbless type at a maximum height of 42". It is critical that the middle wire, which can be barbed, be located a minimum of 12" below the top wire for kick space, to prevent entanglement when elk and deer jump over it. Keep top wire tight— a loose top wire can cause an elk or deer's leg to become twisted with the next wire.The bottom wire should be 16"above the ground. 4. The installation of bear resistant containers throughout the proposed developed area to minimize bear-human interactions is required. 5. Applicant shall use downward lighting to ensure light is not emitted onto the hillsides to the north of the project site. 6. This special use permit shall remain in effect during the term of the applicant's lease with Brick Solid Investments. This special use permit shall terminate upon the termination or expiration of said lease. 7. Upon termination or revocation of the Special Use Permit, the applicant shall be responsible for the deconstruction and removal of the concrete batch plant and all associated equipment. 8. To minimize visual impacts the applicant shall paint the silo and enclosure to match the northern hillside. 9. Applicant shall work with CSU Extension to determine the most appropriate tree species to maximize screening and viability. Landscaping shall be maintained to the standards contained within ECLUR. Commissioner Chandler-Henry moved to approve the requested variance to the maximum height restrictions because the variance achieves the purpose of obtaining desired design qualities and the granting of the variance to the maximum was necessary for that purpose to be achieved. Commissioner Fisher seconded the motion. The vote was declared unanimous. There being no further business befor- cho - meeting was adjourned until Ma h 18,2014. • I 1 ' Attest: _ a' • Clerk to the Boar.I otoaP°- C irman 44 03/11/2014