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MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

 

Monday, August 17, 2015

 

LAND USE HEARING

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 3:00 p.m. with Matt Lafferty, Principal Planner.  Chair Gaiter presided and Commissioners Johnson and Donnelly were present.  Also present were:  Clint Jones and Tracy Shambo,  Engineering Department; Michael Whitley, Planning Department; Amy White and Eric Fried, Code Compliance Department; Rebecca Smith, Rural Land Use Department; Doug Ryan, Health and Environment Department; Jeannine Haag, County Attorney’s Office; and Denise Ruybal, Deputy Clerk.

 

Chair Gaiter opened the hearing with the Pledge of Allegiance, and noted that item #1 was on the consent agenda in error and would be discussed.

 

1.    FOSSIL POINT NON-CONFORMING USE APPEAL:  This is an appeal to amend the Fossil Point Expansion of a non-conforming use, File #10-Z1803, to allow consolidation of three billboards into one billboard.

 

Mr. Lafferty reviewed that in September of 2010, the Board of County Commissioners granted approval of a request to allow three existing non-conforming billboards to be relocated within the same parcel they are situated on, but only when development of the property occurred.  This issue arose as the result of negations associated with the County’s TDU program, and the City of Fort Collins “then” proposed acquisition of a portion of the subject property.

 

Recently, the owner of the property and the billboards, Gary Young, posed the question that rather than moving all three signs when development of the site occurs, resulting in three non-conforming billboards in different locations on the property, could the signs be relocated as one sign?  He indicated in the project description that the resulting sign area would be less than the three combined areas and the new sign would be of a digital format.  Finally, the applicant requests that the rotation time for display be consistent with the Colorado Department of Transportation standards for billboard messages.

 

The Applicant was informed that because the Sign Code does not allow for off premise signage and the billboards are non-conforming, the proposal would need to be couched as an appeal (modification) to the previous expansion of a non-conforming use approval, which resulted in this application.

 

Gary Young, owner of the land and the three signs addressed the Board. He discussed several items he felt would benefit Larimer County including facilitating additional development, increased taxes, and that digital signs motivate drivers to pull off the highway and visit the city.  He also commented that there is no impact to adjacent property owners, the new sign meets the Department of Transportation’s requirements, and provides flexibility in what could be included on the sign.

 

Commissioner Johnson asked for clarification on the size of the existing and new signs.  Mr. Young stated that the dimensions of the three current signs are 8’ x 25’, standing 16 feet tall.  The new sign would be 10 ½ ‘ x 30’, standing 21 feet tall.

 

Commissioner Gaiter pointed out that the current signs sit below the power lines, but it appears that the new sign will sit above them. 

 

Mr. Young stated that the power lines would cause an issue with the way the display is seen if the digital sign was placed where the power lines would run across the sign.  He recommended that the sign be situated above the power lines.

 

Mr. Lafferty emphasized that the requirement states the current three signs cannot be moved until land development is started.   

 

Chair Gaiter opened up the hearing to public comment.  There was no one present to address the Board.

 

Some discussion ensued between the Commissioners, staff, and Mr. Young regarding the height of the new sign. Mr. Young asked that for safety reasons, the new sign stand high enough to allow a semi truck to drive underneath it once development begins.

 

The Board asked that two more conditions be added to the Findings and Resolution:

 

·  The top of the new digital sign be no higher than the current signs.

·  The change in signs does not take place until development begins and the other three signs are removed.

 

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of Commissioners approve the appeal to amend the Fossil Point Expansion of a non-conforming use, File #15-G0290, subject to the original conditions of approval and the following:

 

1.   The rotation time of the billboard display shall be consistent with the Colorado Department of Transportation regulations for billboard messages.

2.   The top of the new digital sign be no higher than the current signs.

3.   The change in signs does not take place until development begins and the other three signs are removed.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

2.    SINGLETARY, SEEBASS FAMILY LLC AND STEELE ZONING VIOLATIONS:  The property owners are in alleged violation of the Larimer County Land Use Code by virtue of allowing their single-family dwellings to be leased for less than 30 days (short-term vacation rentals).

The Larimer County Land Use Code only allows a single-family residence to be occupied by one “living unit”, which is a family and up to two unrelated people. 

The short-term rental of single-family dwellings and/or the rental of single-family dwellings to more than one living unit is not an allowed use in the O-Open Zoning District.   Those uses are only allowed if approval is obtained through a special exception application process.

These properties are located in the Meadowdale Hills Subdivisions 1 & 2, approximately two miles south and east of Estes Park off Highway 36.

 

On May 21, 2015, the Code Compliance Department received complaints that two single-family dwellings located at 449 Pine Tree Drive, and 506 Pine Tree Drive, were being rented for periods of less than 30 days.  On May 27, 2015, the Code Compliance Department received another complaint regarding the same issue for the dwelling located at 584 Pine Tree Drive.  The complaints involved noise issues, an increase in the number of vehicles on residential roads, people parking on other people’s property, and a general lack of respect for the residential nature of the neighborhood.

The rental of all three properties is managed by Range Property Management (RPM).   RPM’s website states, “We currently manage 70 vacation homes and 125 long-term rentals.”  On May 27, 2015, Code Compliance staff contacted the Manager for RPM, Gene Whannel, and requested that RPM cease to rent the properties out for less than 30 days at a time.  Staff also requested that RPM modify their website for these three properties to reflect a minimum rental period of 30 days for future rentals.  Code Compliance staff arranged for Mr. Whannel to meet with Planning Department staff to discuss options for these properties if the owners wanted to continue to rent them for less than 30 days at a time. 

On June 12, 2015, Mr. Whannel met with Planner Michael Whitley and other Community Development staff.   After this meeting, Mr. Whannel indicated he would check with the property owners to see if any of them wanted to begin the special exception application process. Mr. Whitley informed Mr. Whannel if one or more of the property owners submitted a special exception application no later than August 10, 2015, the short-term rentals that were booked prior to June 1, 2015 could be completed while the property owner was going through the special exception application process.  No new reservations were to be accepted for short-term rentals.   Mr. Whitley requested that a list of the short-term rentals booked prior to June 1, 2015 be provided to the Community Development Department no later than June 19th. 

Mr. Whitley also informed Mr. Whannel that regardless of how many days the homes were rented for, the homes could only be rented to a “living unit” as defined in the Larimer County Land Use Code (one family plus up to two unrelated people) unless special exception approval was granted to rent to groups that do not meet the definition of a living unit.  To date, a list of short-term rentals booked prior to June 1, 2015 for these three properties has not been received, nor has an application for special exception been submitted by any of the property owners. 

Recently (at least since July 8, 2015), RPM’s web advertisement for the rental of the three properties was changed to reflect a 30-day minimum.   Short-term vacation rentals can have a much greater impact on neighborhoods than homes with long-term, year-round residents. Impacts, including increased noise, traffic, parking and disregard for local practices such as utilizing bear-proof trash cans, can destroy the integrity of a neighborhood and expectations of the property owners who purchased their properties with the intention of a neighborhood remaining residential in character. 

There are three main companies offering short-term vacation rentals summarized below. 

1.   “VRBO” (vacation rentals by owner) started in 1995 - VRBO is an online vacation rental marketplace founded in 1995.   VRBO advertises over 1,000,000 rental listings around the world.  Currently, VRBO advertises over 17,000 rentals in Colorado (1,100 rentals in the Front Range of Colorado, 441 rentals in the Estes Park area, 110 rentals in Fort Collins, etc.). 

2.   “HomeAway” started February 2005 - HomeAway, Inc. is a vacation rental marketplace with more than 1,000,000 vacation rental listings in 190 countries, and has 1588 employees.  It operated through 40 websites in 22 languages as of December 31, 2014.  Currently, HomeAway advertises over 16,000 rentals in Colorado (659 rentals in the Front Range, 409 rentals in the Estes Park area, 111 rentals in Fort Collins, etc.). 

3.   “Airbnb” started August 2008 - Airbnb has over 1,000,000 listings in 34,000 cities and 190 countries.

Short-term vacation rentals are growing steadily throughout the world, including Colorado. As reported in the LA Times, Airbnb started with three air mattresses on the floor of a San Francisco apartment. Seven years later, it's worth as much as Marriott. Jurisdictions throughout the United States are considering regulations to deal with ri sing protests over the effect of short-term vacation rentals on neighborhoods.

 

Staff finds:

 

1.   The property is zoned O-Open.

 

2.   A single-family residence cannot be used for short-term vacation rentals in the O-

Open Zoning District. 

 

3.   O-Open Zoning Districts allow single-family residences or “dwellings”. A

“dwelling” is defined in the Land Use Code as follows:

 

A building or portion thereof used for residential occupancy, including cabin, single-family, duplex and multiple-family dwellings. It does not include hotels, motels, boarding/rooming houses, resort cabins, lodges, guests houses or manufactured homes . . . . A dwelling may be leased or rented for any time period provided that the use of the property as a rental unit does not convert the property to a use contemplated by tourist or accommodation zoning, i.e., as a resort cabin, providing single-night transient rentals.

 

 “Transient” is defined in the Land Use Code as:  “Of a temporary nature and not to      

 exceed 30 days in any calendar year.

 

4.  A single-family residence can only be rented to one “living unit”—one family plus up to two additional individuals.

 

Staff finds that violations exist and require compliance within 30 days.

 

Commissioner Donnelly asked for clarification regarding the Estes Valley Planning District.  Mr. Whitley stated that the Estes Valley Planning District is in the process of updating their codes regarding vacation homes, but that the Meadowdale Hills Subdivisions does not fall under that district.

 

Chair Gaiter asked the owners of the property in violation to address the Board.  Gene Whannel, with Range Property Management (RPG) was representing the three owners.  Lisa Whannel read two letters from two of the owners.  Mr. Whannel stated that his company enforces the quality of life in this subdivision and that the essence of the vacation home is for the family unit.  His office does not accept online reservations, enabling his office to speak to potential renters before the reservation is made.  All the rentals they have booked for these three properties are under 30 days and that the income generated allows the owners to maintain their properties and make improvements.  He said that his office provides quick response to complaints and that the contracts he has with renters spells out whether pets are allowed, the number of people allowed to stay in the property and the number of vehicles allowed.  He also has a contract with a company that will come to the properties and pick up trash left by renters.  He commented that there are many properties being rented without following any rules or regulations and would like this item tabled to give the Board the opportunity to look at the economic impact it would have should short term rentals not be allowed.

 

Chair Gaiter opened up the meeting to public comment.

 

James and Diane Carlton, Chip Sproul, Carol Hassilbacher, Joanne Bately, David Batey, Keith Pearson, Dan Bader,  Sara and Chuck Westheide, Robert Lunelstett,  Richard Tefler,  and Robbi Tefler, all spoke in opposition.  Their concerns included long distant owners of the properties, increased number of vehicles causing damage the roads, bright night lights and noise pollution, open fires when fire bans exist, RPM office is closed at night and do not respond to complaints promptly, effects of the short term rental properties on their property values, parking on the streets and the number of vehicles brought in by renters lessens the width of the roads preventing emergency equipment from getting in, renters feel that the amount of money they pay to rent these properties entitles them to do as they please,  renters invade neighboring properties with little or no concern for the property owners, owners have had to spend money to install air conditioning, motion lights, and security cameras, and safety of the residents when people in the neighborhood are unknown to the property owners.

 

Rainer Schelp, Dorothy Martin, Cheryl Anderson, Marilyn Powell, and Rebecca Urquhart supported the issue.  Their comments addressed selective enforcement, unfair grandfathering of properties, legal issues, covenants that are almost impossible to change, setting a precedent, a neighbor that complains about everything, the economic impact on the community and they stated that not all renters are bad.

 

Chair Gaiter closed public comment.

 

Mr. Whannel answered concerns heard.  He said that property owners Bill Wesley, Mark and Melissa Westour, and Tim Auchi were in support but were unable to attend today’s meeting.  He stated that he has taken any reservations since early June and that he thought he had provided the requested list of reservations taken.  He didn’t think that any of the three owners in violation would submit an application for an exception.

 

Some discussion ensued between the Board and staff.  Ms. Haag clarified that a 30 day rental period could cause each property to have potentially 12 renters per year.

 

Commissioner Johnson stated this was one of the easiest issued to come before the Board.  This is simply to determine if the three property owners are in violation.  Chair Gaiter emphasized that the rental issue throughout Larimer County is being looked at and this is not a problem limited to just Estes Park. 

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners find a Land Use Code violation exists at 449 Pine Tree Drive, Estes Park, Colorado, requiring compliance within 30 days and authorize legal action if the 30 day deadline is not met.  Compliance required on or before September 17, 2015, that the short term vacation rental of the property cease, all advertising for the rental of the property reflect a 30 day minimum, and rental of the residence be limited to one family plus up to two additional individuals. 

 

Commissioner Donnelly further moved that the Board of County Commissioners find a Land Use Code violation exists at 506 Pine Tree Drive, Estes Park, Colorado, requiring compliance within 30 days and authorize legal action if the 30 day deadline is not met.  Compliance required on or before September 17, 2015, that the short term vacation rental of the property cease, all advertising for the rental of the property reflect a 30 day minimum, and rental of the residence be limited to one family plus up to two additional individuals. 

 

Commissioner Donnelly further moved that the Board of County Commissioners find a Land Use Code violation exists at 584 Pine Tree Drive, Estes Park, Colorado, requiring compliance within 30 days and authorize legal action if the 30 day deadline is not met.  Compliance required on or before September 17, 2015, that the short term vacation rental of the property cease, all advertising for the rental of the property reflect a 30 day minimum, and rental of the residence be limited to one family plus up to two additional individuals. 

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

The hearing recessed at 5:45 p.m.

 

PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT (PID ) HEARING

 

The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 6:00 with Matt Johnson, Civil Engineer.  Chair Gaiter presided and Commissioners Donnelly and Johnson were present.  Also present were: Linda Sanders, Engineering Department; and Denise Ruybal, Deputy Clerk.

 

1.    SMITHFIELD PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT #60:  Ms. Sanders explained that there are no residences in this district.  There are 39 real properties in this district, of which 29 properties are owned by corporations, and 10 are owned by individuals.  There are also 45 personal properties which are all owned by corporations.  50% of the real property owners, and 34% of the personal property owners signed the petition.  The maintenance mill levy is 3.610 mills to generate $48,999.00 per year with the current assessed value to $13,572,840.  Debt mill levy will be set to bring in $270,276.00 annually which currently would be 19.913 mills.    Combined mill levy would be 23.523 mills.

 

Chair Gaiter opened up the hearing for public comment and the following individuals addressed the Board in favor of the proposed district: Steve Anderson, Alan Ziegler, Terry Buechler,  Erica Freeman, Chris Goes, Stephanie Goes, Kyle Theme, Sue Daugherty, and Catherine Mack.  All stated that the PID, if created, would help them with road improvements and maintenance in a fair and equitable manner.

 

Chair Gaiter closed public comment.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that Board of County Commissioners support the district, Resolution #08172015R001, a resolution approving the petition for the organization of the Larimer County Smithfield Public Improvement District #60.

 

Motion carried 3-0

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners adopt and approve Resolution #80172015R002, a resolution calling an election in Larimer County regarding the organization of the Larimer County Smithfield Public Improvement District #60;  and providing other details relating thereto.

 

Motions carried 3-0.

 

The hearing adjourned at 7:00 p.m.

 

 

TUESDAY,   AUGUST 18, 2015

 

 

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS MEETING

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:00 a.m. with Linda Hoffmann, County Manager.  Chair Gaiter presided and Commissioners Johnson and Donnelly were present.  Also present were: Natalie Seils, and Deni LaRue, Commissioners’ Office;  Heather O’Hayre, Laura Sartor, and Marsha Ellis, Department of Human Services; Jacob Castillo, Workforce Center; Zac Wiebe, and Kerri Rollins, Department of Natural Resources; Mark Peterson, and Charlie Johnson, Engineering Department;  Marc Engemoem, Public Works Department; Bill Ressue and Jeannine Haag, County Attorney’s Office; and Denise Ruybal, Deputy Clerk.

 

Chair Gaiter opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

1.    PUBLIC COMMENT: Chair Gaiter then gave citizens the opportunity to address the Commissioners regarding events and issues pertaining to Larimer County. Randy Pope addressed the Board.

 

2.    APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES FOR THE WEEK OF  AUGUST 10, 2015:

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the minutes for the week of August 10, 2015, as presented.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

3.    REVIEW OF THE SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 24, 2015:   Ms. Seils reviewed the upcoming schedule with the Board.

 

CONSENT AGENDA: 

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the consent agenda as outlined below:

 

08182015A001           CONTRACT BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF LARIMER COUNTY AND COULSON EXCAVATING COMPANY, INC. TO CONSTRUCT PROJECT NUMBER 9069 – 2015 RESURFACING PROGRAM

 

08182015A002           PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF LARIMER COUNTY AND GEOCAL, INC. FOR CONSTRUCTION INSPECTIONS AND MATERIALS LABORATORY TESTING SERVICES

 

08182015A003           AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN LARIMER COUNTY, COLORADO AND DELEHOY CONSTRUCTION, INC. FOR CONSTRUCTION OF K9 KENNELS AT 2501 MIDPOINT

 

08182015A004           PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND CDR I MAGUIRE, INC.

 

08182015A005           COMMUNICATION USE LEASE AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN LARIMER COUNTY AND USDA FOREST SERVICE FOR KILLPECKER RADIO SITE

 

08182015A006           COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT DISASTER RECOVERY (CDBG-DR) RESILIENCY PLANNING GRANT AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN THE STATE OF COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL AFFAIRS AND LARIMER COUNTY

 

08182015D001           DEED OF DEDICATION FROM EDWARD J. TREVENA AND MARY E. TREVENA FOR LOT 1, REPLAT OF LOT 7 AND THE SOUTH 100 FEET OF LOT 8, BLOCK 2, EAST MULBERRY SUBDIVISION, AND THE NORTH VACATED LINK LANE COURT, LARIMER COUNTY

 

08182015R001           RESOLUTION CALLING AN ELECTION REGARDING LARIMER COUNTY CARRIAGE HILLS GENERAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NUMBER FOUR

 

08182015R002           RESOLUTION EXCLUDING PROPERTY FROM THE RED FEATHER LAKES GENERAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT 13A

 

08182015R003           RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING COMPENSATION FOR DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY I

 

MISCELLANEOUS – Warranty Memorandum for Coyote Crossing Conservation Development.

 

LIQUOR LICENSES: The following licenses were approved and/or issued:  Friends of Happy Heart Farm, Inc. – Special Event 6% - Bellvue; Junior League of Fort Collins – Special Event 6% - Fort Collins; University of Minnesota Alumni Association- Special Event 6% - Fort Collins; Horsetooth Canyon Grill – Transfer of Ownership Temporary Permit; City Limit Liquor – Retail Liquor – For Collins.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

4.    PROCLAIM AUGUST AS NATIONAL CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES MONTH IN LARIMER COUNTY:  Ms. O’Hayre acknowledged that Governor Hickenlooper issued a proclamation stating that August is Child Support Services Month in Colorado.  The Colorado Department of Human Services has issued a press release and other communications to recognize the work of the child support professionals in the state, salute the parents who support their children, highlight Colorado’s innovative child support services and their national ranking on the Federal child support performance measurements, and educate families about availability of child support services.

 

Commissioner Johnson read the proclamation.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners proclaim August as National Child Support Services Month in Larimer County.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

5.    UPDATE ON LOCAL COLORADO PROCUREMENT TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER (PTAC) SERVICES AND BOCC REVIEW OF PTAC’S APPLICATION FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PARTNER FUNDING:   Mr. Castillo reviewed that the Colorado  Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) has applied for $5,000.00 in Larimer County Economic Development Partner Funding.  PTAC is dedicated to helping businesses start, grow, and prosper by helping them navigate the government procurement process.  PTAC now has operations in Larimer County where local businesses can receive free, confidential consulting and other services.  Gary Henry, PTAC’s Executive Director, provided a power point presentation on PTAC’s objectives, support, and processes. 

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve PTAC’S application for $5,000.00 of Economic Development Partner Funds to support Larimer County operations.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

6.    RECOMMEND ADOPTION OF THE BIG THOMPSON ASSESSMENT TO THE PLANNING COMMISSION: Mr. Wiebe provided a presentation explaining that in partnership with the City of Loveland, the Natural Resources Department recently completed an assessment of the Big Thompson River corridor between Estes Park and Loveland with regards to future potential land conservation and outdoor recreation following the 2013 flood.  The plan requires adoption by the Planning Commission through recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners recommend adoption of the document, ‘A Bigger Vision for the Big T; A Recreation and Conservation Assessment’, to the Larimer County Planning Commission.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

7.    CONSIDER FUNDING APPROVAL TO MOVE FORWARD WITH FIVE PROJECTS AT THE JAIL:  Mr. Balderson explained that on March 27, 2014, Facilities and jail staff, presented a strategy to fund an initial four projects: a security fence at the loading dock, modify the dock for a compactor, construct a shower in the women’s high security pod, and install an ozone generation system for the jail laundry.  Those projects are now complete.  Potential future projects were also identified.  The 1997 jail sales tax has $1,214,657.00 in funding remaining for capital expenditures.  The facilities group and jail staff have worked together to identify five priority projects to move forward with:  update the fire alarm and smoke control system,  install a body scanner for the booking/intake area, update the door security operating software, replace two roof top units, and update the building automation system.  The County Attorney’s office has reviewed the five proposed projects and have determined that they fit within the guidelines of the uses of the sales tax.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve authorizing the use of the remaining $1,214,657.00 of the capital expansion portion of the 1997 jail sales tax funds to complete five projects: update the fire alarm and smoke control system, install a body scanner for the booking/intake area, update the door security operating software, replace two roof top units, and update the building automation system.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

8.    WORKSESSION:     Ms. Hoffmann reviewed her participation with the County’s program to develop the leadership of County employees and what leadership roles will look like in the future.  Last week, this program hosted a workshop with the author of the book ‘Performing under Pressure’, which highlighted that leaders are in their position for a reason and that they need to ‘Be a Hero’ in stressful times. This program will be utilizing funds from this year’s budget for coaching on an individual basis involving a critical situation.

 

9.    COMMISSIONER ACTIVITY REPORTS:  The Board reviewed their activities during the previous week.

 

10.   LEGAL MATTERS:  Ms. Haag, and Mr. Ressue met with the Board and Engineering staff to discuss negotiations and acquisition of right-of-way on County Road 27.

 

 

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners go into executive session for conferences with an attorney for the purpose of receiving legal advise as outlined in 24-6-402(4)(b) CRS.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

Meeting adjourned at 10:45 a.m., with no further action.

 

 

                                                                                              _______________________________

 LEW GAITER III

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

 

 

ANGELA MYERS

CLERK AND RECORDER

 

ATTEST:

 

 

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Denise M. Ruybal, Deputy Clerk