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MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

 

Monday, December 21, 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:  William Ressue, County Attorney’s Office;  Clint Jones, Engineering Department; Doug Ryan, Health and Environment Department; Terri Gilbert, Rob Helmick, Michael Whitley, and Rebecca Smith, Planning Department; Audem Gonzales and Phil Keisler, Estes Valley Planning Committee; and Craig Dorn, Deputy Clerk

 

Chair Gaiter opened the hearing with the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

Chair Gaiter explained that Item 4, The Deines Minor Land Division, File #15-S3351, would be taken off of consent agenda and tabled to a later date. Chair Gaiter also mentioned that Item 6, The Norton Amended Rezoning, File #15-S3350, would be placed onto the consent agenda for the afternoon’s hearing.

 

Chair Gaiter noted that the following items were on the consent agenda and would not be discussed unless requested to do so by the Board, staff, or members of the audience:

 

1.         HUGHES/WEBER BOUNDARY LINE ADJUSTMENT:   This is a request to adjust the configuration of two existing parcels resulting in two legal lots. The intent of this application is to build a single-family home in the same area as an existing home proposed to be removed. The location is within a required setback; therefore, a boundary line adjustment is requested.


The subject parcels are located in the unincorporated Estes Valley. Access to the parcels is from Devil’s Gulch Road. Both parcels are served by private utilities. The parcels are zoned RE-1 Rural Estate (10-acre single-family residential).


All subdivision applications shall demonstrate compliance with the standards and criteria set forth in Chapter 10 Subdivision Standards and all other applicable provisions of this code. Because the plat does not create any new lots many standards set forth in Section 7.12 do not apply. Section 3.9 requires that the Board find that approval will not be materially detrimental to the public welfare, injurious to other property in the neighborhood, or in conflict with the purposes and objectives of this code.

 

The Board is the decision making body for this application. Within sixty (60) days of the Board’s approval of the boundary line adjustment the applicant shall submit the plat for recording.  If the plat is not submitted for recording within this sixty-day time period the approval shall automatically lapse and be null and void.

 

On November 17, 2015, the Estes Valley Planning Commission made the following findings:

 

  1. This boundary line adjustment application does not fall within the parameters of staff level review and will be reviewed by the Estes Valley Planning Commission. The Planning Commission is the recommending body and the Board is the decision making body.
  2. This request has been submitted to all applicable reviewing agency staff for consideration and comment. All letters and memos submitted by reviewing staff referred to in this staff report are incorporated as staff findings.
  3. Adjusting the boundary line between the two parcels would not create non-conforming lots nor would it go against the policies and guidelines of the Estes Valley Development Code.
  4. Limits of site disturbance are to be delineated to protect steep slopes, wetlands and significant trees.
  5. A private access easement between the two lots will be recorded with this plat as well as utility easements.

 

During a meeting on November 17, 2015, the Planning Commission voted 7-0 to recommend approval of the Hughes/Weber Boundary Line Adjustment application conditional to:

 

  1. The proposed private access easement shall be submitted with mylars for recording. The easement shall include a graphic description and include provisions for maintenance of any common driveway.

 

Staff recommends approval of the proposed Hughes/Weber Boundary Line Adjustment subject to the findings and conditions recommended by the Estes Valley Planning Commission.

 

2.         LARIMER TERMINAL SUBDIVISION LOTS 1A, 2A, & 3A BLOCK 5 TIME EXTENSION:  This is a request by South Bend Development, LLC for a two year time extension of development plan approval and vesting period. Approval would extend the plan approval through March 19, 2018. Disapproval would allow the plan to expire on March 19, 2016.


Development Plan 2012-07 was approved by the Board on March 19, 2013. The Development Plan provided for construction of two metal buildings in the Larimer Terminals Industrial Area through a two phase approach and Special Review to allow vehicle storage on 1.75 acres (lot 2A) and the stormwater detention facility located on lot 3A. The lots are zoned I-1 Restricted Industrial.


Initial approval was valid for three years with an expiration date of March 19, 2016. Since initial approval four building permits have been approved with construction plans reviewed and approved. The applicant has stated that phase 1 has been completed but the building in phase 1 has not been fully rented out; therefore, phase 2 has been delayed.

 

This request has been routed to affected agencies for review and comment, surrounding property owners have been notified by mail, and legal notice placed in the local newspaper as required by the development code. Staff has received no written comment from the public on this extension request from the date of preparing this staff report.

 

The Estes Valley Fire Protection District has made the following comment:

 

  • When future development and/or changes are made to this area the Fire District shall require new plans for review. All construction and processes shall be in accordance with the provisions of the International Fire Code (2009) and Larimer County Code and Standards.

 

Staff recommends approval of the vesting and development approval through March 19, 2018.

 

3.         CENTENNIAL HILLS SUBDIVISION, LOT 2 AMENDED PLAT:  This is a request to amend the current building envelope of lot 2 of the Centennial Hills Subdivision. The intent of this application is to build an attached garage in an area outside of the platted building envelope.

 

The subject lot is located in the unincorporated Estes Valley. Access to the lot is from Little Valley Road and is served by public utilities. The lot is zoned RE-Rural Estate (2.5-acre single-family residential).

 

All subdivision applications shall demonstrate compliance with the standards and criteria set forth in Chapter 10 Subdivision Standards and all other applicable provisions of this Code. Because this plat does not create any new lots, many standards such as adequate public facility standards set forth in Section 7.12 do not apply. 

 

Section 3.9 requires that the Board find that approval will not be materially detrimental to the public welfare, injurious to other property in the neighborhood, or in conflict with the purposes and objectives of this Code.

 

The applicant requested a Minor Modification to the setback requirement in the RE zone district. The Minor Modification was approved by the Estes Valley Planning Commission at their regular meeting on November 17, 2015. This Minor Modification allows the attached garage to encroach into the 50-foot setback by 3’8”.

 

The Board is the decision making body for this application. Within sixty (60) days of the Board’s approval of the amended plat the applicant shall submit the plat for recording.  If the plat is not submitted for recording within this sixty-day time period, the approval shall automatically lapse and be null and void.

 

On November 17, 2015, the Estes Valley Planning Commission made the following findings:

 

  1. This amended plat application does not fall within the parameters of staff level review, and will be reviewed by the Estes Valley Planning Commission. The Planning Commission is the recommending body and the Board is the decision making body.
  2. This request has been submitted to all applicable reviewing agency staff for consideration and comment.
  3. Amending the building envelope for lot 2 would not compromise the intent of the original subdivision approval.
  4. The requested Minor Modification concerning the 50 foot setback results in relief from a practical environmental difficulty in developing the site.

 

During a meeting on November 17, 2015, the Planning Commission voted 7-0 to recommend approval of the lot 2, Centennial Hills Amended Plat application, and conditional to:

 

  1. Minor Modification approval for the building setback.

 

Staff recommends approval of the proposed Amended Plat of lot 2, Centennial Hills Subdivision, subject to the findings and conditions recommended by the Estes Valley Planning Commission.

 

6.         NORTON AMENDED REZONING, FILE #15-Z1987:   This is a request to amend the Norton Rezoning, File # 7-78, this restricted the use to only indoor storage.  Proposal is to allow the full range of C-Commercial uses.

 

Based on public comments received during the review process the Team had placed this item on the discussion agenda.  At the scheduled hearing one member of the public was present.  They voiced concerns similar to those in the written comments with respect to the management and operation of the property.  The Team and Larimer County Planning Commission advised the citizen these were valid concerns but not necessarily related to the proposed amendment under consideration. The application was moved by the Larimer County Planning Commission to the Consent Agenda. 

 

Since the hearing, the applicant has reached out to neighbors. The Team has not been informed with respect to the outcome of that communication.

 

Be it resolved that the Planning Commission recommend to the Board denial of the Norton Amended Special Review, file #15-Z1987, for the property described on “Exhibit B” to the minutes, subject to the following condition:

 

1. Any changes in use or addition of uses shall require a Site Plan Review. 

 

Staff recommends that the Board move to approve the Norton Amended Rezoning, File #

15-1987, subject to the condition(s) as outlined above.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the consent agenda as modified above.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners table the Deines Minor Land Division, File #15-S3351, until February 15, 2015, at 3:00 p.m.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

Chair Gaiter mentioned that Item C, Rental Vacation Home Fees, was removed from the agenda.

 

Chair Gaiter then reopened the Johnson Appeal, File #15-G0298, from the previous week that was tabled due to a split decision between Chair Gaiter and Commissioner Johnson to give Commissioner Donnelly time to review the source material and come to a conclusion in regards to approval or denial of said appeal. Commissioner Donnelly stated that he had examined the Land Use Hearing from the previous week and re-stated the objectives of the applicant. Commissioner Donnelly commented that he fully believes the applicants are going to fulfill what they are proposing and the only issue is with timing.

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Johnson Appeal, File #G0298.

 

Motion carried 2-1; with Commissioner Johnson dissenting.

 

5.         VOEKS APPEAL:  This is a request for an appeal for a Separate Lot Determination made by Community Development Staff on August 28, 2015, for a parcel of land .25 acres in size. The Subject Parcel is located in the unincorporated Estes Valley. The parcel is zoned E Estate (.5 acre single family residential).

 

The determination found that the subject parcel was not considered a legal lot for the purposes of development.

 

Timeline

 

  • 1961:   Deed restriction for parcel X (.75 acres) recorded in Book 1148 Page 353 of the Larimer County records: No more than one residence to be constructed or maintained on each full one half acre.
  • 1962:   Survey of Little Prospect subdivision showing parcel 1 and parcel 2 belonging to the two separate lots (lot 13 and 15). The subdivision was never recorded.
  • 1965:    Parcel 1 (.5 acres) and Parcel 2 (.25 acres) created. Originally part of Parcel X. parcel 1 and parcel 2 were conveyed to the Upton family with the language making the parcels subject to restrictions contained in warranty deed recorded in Book 1148 Page 353 of the Larimer County records.
  • 1979 :   George Voeks purchases all land that coincides with the never recorded lot 15 and lot 17 equaling 1.01 acres.
  • 1979-2010:  Unspecified as to what year, George Voeks sells .12 acres of land (extreme east end of what would have been lot 17) to a neighbor to avoid a dispute. parcel 3 is remaining with .63 acres. George Voeks owns parcel 2 (.25 acres) and parcel 3 (.63 acres) which equates to .88 acres.
  • 2010:    In August of 2010, a Separate Lot Determination was made by Community Development Staff concluding that Parcel 2 was no considered a legal lot for the purposes of development.
  • 2015:    In August of 2015, a Separate Lot Determination was made by the Community Development Staff again stating that parcel 2 was not created to be a buildable site at the time of its creation. It was concluded that the parcel does not comply with the restrictions in place at the time of creation.

 

Staff finds that parcel 2 as described above was not created as a legal buildable lot. This determination was based on:

 

  • Physical character of the property no consistent with other lots in the general area also zoned E-Estate.
  • Private restrictions noted on two deed.
  • Not consistent with a survey of an unrecorded subdivision.

 

Staff recommends the Board either:

 

  1. Finds that the subject parcel complies with all applicable standards and criteria set forth in Section 3.14.C intending the parcel to be a legal lot for development purposes, including:

 

a)   Shape, size, and physical character of the parcel

b)   Historic use of the parcel in question

c)   Historic property ownership patterns

d)   Private restrictions in effect at the time the parcel was created

e)   Separate taxing by the Larimer County Tax Assessor

f)   Division of land by municipal or county boundaries

g)   Delineation on an unrecorded subdivision plat.

 

Based upon the above findings, the Board approves the appeal requests and designates the subject parcel as a legal lot for development purposes, or,

 

  1. Finds that one or more of the applicable standards and criteria set forth in Section 3.14.C have not been met and deny the appeal request.

 

Chair Gaiter questioned Mr. Gonzales about what happened in 2010 to change the status of the lot from being a legal lot. Some conversation ensued as to why the legality of the lot was changed in 2010 and what triggered the assessor to change the taxing status.

 

Commissioner Johnson asked when the plat was recorded and Mr. Gonzales explained that it never was. Commissioner Johnson then questioned Staff how the assessor came under the assumption that the plot was legal. Much conversation ensued between the Board, Staff, and Mr. Ressue about what criteria they need to examine in its totality to determine the legality of the lot in question.


Chair asked the applicant to address the Board. Joe Coop with Van Horn Engineering, who is representing the applicant, addressed the Board. Mr. Coop explained that this all began in 2010 when the applicant came into their office requesting a Boundary Line Adjustment. Mr. Coop proceeded to explain the history of the subdivision, the lots in question, and how they came to be in their present dimensions and ownership. Stephanie Relk, who is the daughter of George Voeks, explained that Mr. Voeks died in 2009 and how the Estate was divided amongst the family. Ms. Relk also spoke in greater detail how Mr. Voeks ceded some of the land in the past to quell a dispute with a neighbor. Greg Caughlan, an attorney in Estes Park, explained the first Deed in 1961 for the property and the second Deed in 1965. Mr. Caughlan then stated why the property was designed in its current state and how they intend to improve upon it through street access, sewer lines, and water mitigation. Some conversation ensued about the owner’s rights in 1965 as it relates to today.

 
Chair Gaiter opened the hearing to public comment. No one was present to make a comment.


Chair Gaiter then asked the representative for the applicant, Mr. Coop, if he would like to address the Board again considering there was no public comment. Mr. Coop elected to decline the opportunity.

 

Chair Gaiter stated that he understands the intent; however, he finds the appeal to make the quarter acre lot a buildable lot to be questionable. Some conversation ensued as to options the applicant has if the Board decided to deny the appeal. It was determined that the applicant could request a Boundary Line Adjustment and Lot Variance. Commissioner Johnson stated that he feels this is a more prudent course of action and the overall density is still compatible with the original intent.

 

Chair Gaiter clarified exactly what this appeal is about which is making the .25 acre lot buildable. Commissioner Donnelly stated that he agrees with Commissioner Johnson’s rationale and also raised concern that, if approved, this potentially could allow them build on a .25 acre lot which is incompatible with the neighborhood and concluded that they should do a Boundary Line Adjustment with the creation of the lots.

 

Much conversation ensued between the Board, Staff, and Mr. Ressue in regards to what options were available to the applicant if they chose to table this item for a later date to allow a different course of action.

 
Chair Gaiter asked Mr. Coop if he would be amenable to working with staff and the applicant in terms of finding a date to do a Boundary Line Adjustment and resolve the matter all together or table it to a later date for a determination on the one Legal Lot Appeal. Mr. Coop stated that the applicant is willing to come forward at a later time and table this for now. Some conversation ensued between the Board and Mr. Ressue regarding the legality of the lot and if it is a buildable lot. Commissioner Johnson stated that the best way to proceed considering the situation is to reconvene at a later time and determine if the lot is legal and buildable and then, depending on the decision, decide upon the Boundary Line Adjustment and Lot Size Variance. Some conversation ensued about whether or not to table it to a date certain, how to minimize the cost to the applicant during the process, and how there will be no definitive outcome promised at this time for the future hearing.


M O T I O N


Chair Gaiter moved that the Board of County Commissioners table the Voeks Appeal until March 28, 2016, at 3:00 p.m. in the Hearing Room.


Motion carried 3-0.

 

The hearing adjourned at 4:30 p.m.

 

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2015

 

 

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS MEETING

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 9:20 a.m. with Lorenda Volker, Assistant County Manager.  Chair Gaiter presided and Commissioner Donnelly was present.  Also present were: Donna Hart, Debra Unger, Alisha Jeffers and Deni LaRue, Commissioners’ Office; Gary Buffington and Mark Caughlan, Natural Resources Department;  Eric Fried, Code Compliance Department; and Denise Ruybal, Deputy Clerk.

 

Chair Gaiter opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

1.    PUBLIC COMMENT:  No one was present to address the Board.

 

2.    APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES FOR THE WEEK OF DECEMBER 14, 2015:

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the minutes for the week of December 14, 2015, as presented.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

3.    REVIEW OF THE SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF DECEMBER 28, 2015:   Ms. Hart reviewed the upcoming schedule with the Board.

 

4.    CONSENT AGENDA: 

 

M O T I O N

 

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

 

12222015A001           RENEWAL AGREEMENT – 2016 LCCC WATER & ENERGY PROGRAM – EFFICIENCY AUDITS AND TRAINING

 

12222015A002           DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN LARIMER COUNTY AND ROY AND PAM MOLESWORTH FOR MOLESWORTH PLANNED LAND DIVISION, FILE #15-S3285

 

12222015A003           MUNICIPAL LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN LARIMER COUNTY, COLORADO, AND THE TOWN OF BERTHOUD, COLORADO

 

12222015A004           MUNICIPAL LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN LARIMER COUNTY, COLORADO, AND THE TOWN OF TIMNATH, COLORADO

 

12222015D001           DEED OF DEDICATION FROM MICHAEL A. COOPER AND DEBRA K. COOPER

 

12222015R001           RESOLUTION FOR STATUTORY VESTED RIGHTS FOR MOLESWORTH PLANNED LAND DIVISION 15-S3285

 

12222015R002           ITEM WAS PUT ON AGENDA IN ERROR AND SINCE REMOVED

 

 12222015R003          FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE AMENDED PLAT OF GLEN HAVEN SUBDIVISION, LOTS 6,7,8, AND 24, BLOCK 5

 

12222015R004           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE OLANDER FARMS MINOR SPECIAL REVIEW

 

12222015R005           LOT CONSOLIDATION RESOLUTION APPROVING THE CONSOLIDATION OF LOTS AND EASEMENT VACATION FOR CRYSTAL LAKES 6TH FILING, LOT 47 AND 48A

 

12222015R006           LOT CONSOLIDATION RESOLUTION APPROVING THE CONSOLIDATION OF LOTS 25 AND 26, TRACT 4, BIG ELK MEADOWS

 

12222015R007           LOT CONSOLIDATION RESOLUTION APPROVING THE CONSOLIDATION OF 16C AND 17B, BLOCK 14, RAMONA HEIGHTS AMENDED PLAT          

 

12222015R008           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE PFIEFF MINOR LAND DIVISION

 

12222015R009           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE MORENG APPEAL

 

12222015R010           RESOLUTION REGARDING EXTENSION OF APPROVAL

 

12222015R011           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING THE AMENDED PLAT OF EAGLE LAKE, 1ST FILING, LOT 15

 

MISCELLANEOUS – Recommended appointment of Gabriel Garcia to the Citizen Review Panel; Recommended appointment of Marie Bernard to the Berthoud Community Library Board of Trustees; Approve the final plat for Molesworth PLD.

 

LIQUOR LICENSES: The following license was approved and/or issued:  Sundance Saloon – Hotel and Restaurant – Fort Collins.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

5.    COMMENTS FROM COMMISSIONERS’ GUESTS:  There were no guests this week.

 

6.    EXECUTE THE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT WITH HEATH CONSTRUCTION FOR THE HORSETOOTH RESERVOIR PROJECT:  Mr. Caughlan noted that after interviewing the top three scoring contractors, the Evaluation Committee selected Heath Construction for the construction of the Horestooth Reservoir Administration Building, Maintenance Shop, and respective site work.  Randy DeMario, owner and CEO of Heath Construction, spoke briefly about the company and their local presence of 38 years in business.  The company will be onsite the first week of January 2016.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the construction contract with Heath Construction LLC.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

12222015A005           CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT BY AND BETWEEN LARIMER COUNTY AND HEATH CONSTRUCTION LLC FOR THE LARIMER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES HORSETOOTH RESERVOIR OFFICE AND MAINTENANCE BUILDING

 

7.    APPROVE APPLICATION OF THE 2015 INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE WITHIN THE ESTES VALLEY FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT:  Mr. Fried reviewed that on November 11, 2015, the Board of Directors of the Estes Valley Fire Protection District adopted the 2015 International Fire Code with amendments, and requested that the Larimer County Board of Commissioners approve the application of the code within the unincorporated portion of their district.  This approval will enhance public health, life, and fire safety within the district boundaries, and allow efficient and uniform code application inside and outside town limits in Estes Valley.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the application of the 2015 International Fire Code as amended, within the unincorporated Larimer County portion of the Estes Valley Fire Protection District.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

12222015R012           FINDINGS AND RESOLUTION APPROVING APPLICATION OF THE 2015 INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE AND CERTAIN APPENDICES AND MODIFICATIONS THERE TO REGULATING AND GOVERNING THE SAFEGUARDING OF LIFE AND PROPERTY FROM FIRE OR EXPLOSION HAZARDS.

 

 

8.    WORKSESSION:     Ms. Volker had nothing to report this week.

 

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

 

9.    LEGAL MATTERS: There were no legal matters for discussion.

 

The Board recessed at 9:40 a.m.

 

 

BUDGET HEARING

 

The Board of County Commissioners reconvened at 3:00 p.m. with Linda Hoffmann, County Manager.  Chair Gaiter presided and Commissioners Donnelly and Johnson were present.  Also present were Cheryl Miget, Deni LaRue, and Joshua Fudge, Commissioners’ Office;  and Denise Ruybal, Deputy Clerk.

 

Mr. Fudge and Ms. Miget explained that the purpose of the hearing was to approve the 2015 Amended Budget, to adopt the proposed 2016 County Budget, and to set Mill Levies.

 

12222015R0013         RESOLUTION TO AMEND 2015 BUDGET – Amends the 2015 budget to amounts that have been previously approved by the Board of Commissioners or the County (where authority has been delegated).

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Resolution to amend the 2015 budget and transfer appropriate monies for Larimer County, Colorado.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

12222015R014           RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES (COUNTY GOVERNMENT) – This Resolution sets the total budget amounts by fund, establishes the required mill levies to finance the budget, identifies the accounting “basis” for the budget, and discloses the annual and maximum payment liability for all lease-payment agreements for Larimer County.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner  Donnelly moved that the Board of Commissioners approve the resolution to adopt the 2016 budget and set mill levies for the County budget.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

RESOLUTIONS TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGETS AND SET LEVIES (OTHER ENTITIES) – There is a separate resolution for each entity.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of Commissioners approve the budgets and the levies as proposed for the GID’s and PID’s presented as well as Public Trustee and Pest Control District.

 

12222015R015           LARIMER COUNTY GID #1991-1 ARAPAHOE PINES RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R016           LARIMER COUNTY GID #01 IMPERIAL ESTATES RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R017           LARIMER COUNTY GID #02 PINEWOOD SPRINGS RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R018           LARIMER COUNTY GID #04 CARRIAGE HILLS RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R019           LARIMER COUNTY GID #08 NAMAQUA HILLS MAINTENANCE RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R020           LARIMER COUNTY GID #10 HOMESTEAD ESTATES RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R021           LARIMER COUNTY GID #11 MEADOWDALE HILLS RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R022           LARIMER COUNTY GID #12 CLUB ESTATES RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R023           LARIMER COUNTY GID #13A RED FEATHER RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R024           LARIMER COUNTY GID #14 LITTLE VALLEY ROAD RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R025           LARIMER COUNTY GID #16 KITCHELL SUBDIVISION RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R026           LARIMER COUNTY GID #17 COUNTRY MEADOWS RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R027           LARIMER COUNTY GID #18 VENNER RANCH  RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R028           LARIMER COUNTY PID #19 HIGHLAND HILLS RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R029           LARIMER COUNTY PID #20 PTARMIGAN RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R030           LARIMER COUNTY PID #21 SOLAR RIDGE RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R031           LARIMER COUNTY PID #22 SADDLEBACK RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R032           LARIMER COUNTY PID #23 EAGLE ROCK RANCHES RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R033           LARIMER COUNTY PID #24 WESTRIDGE RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R034           LARIMER COUNTY PID #25 ESTES PARK ESTATES RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R035           LARIMER COUNTY PID #26 EAGLE RANCH ESTATES RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R036           LARIMER COUNTY PID #27 CROWN POINT RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R037           LARIMER COUNTY PID #28 TROTWOOD RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R038           LARIMER COUNTY PID #29 VINE DRIVE RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R039           LARIMER COUNTY PID #30 POUDRE OVERLOOK RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R040           LARIMER COUNTY PID #31 FOOTHILLS SHADOW RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R041           LARIMER COUNTY PID #32 CHARLES HEIGHTS RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R042           LARIMER COUNTY PID #33 PRAIRIE TRAILS RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R043           LARIMER COUNTY PID #34 MOUNTAIN RANGE SHADOWS RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R044           LARIMER COUNTY PID #35 BRUNS RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R045           LARIMER COUNTY PID #36 BONNELL WEST RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R046           LARIMER COUNTY PID #37 TERRY COVE RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R047           LARIMER COUNTY PID #38 CENTRO BUSINESS PARK RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R048           LARIMER COUNTY PID #40 PARAGON ESTATES RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R049           LARIMER COUNTY PID #41 THE BLUFFS RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R050           LARIMER COUNTY PID #42 COTTONWOOD SHORES RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R051           LARIMER COUNTY PID #39 RAINBOW LAKES RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R052           LARIMER COUNTY PID #43 GRAYHAWK KNOLLS RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R053           LARIMER COUNTY PID #44 HORSESHOE VIEW ESTATES SOUTH RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R054           LARIMER COUNTY PID #45 WILLOWS       RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R055           LARIMER COUNTY PID #46 KORAL HEIGHTS RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R056           LARIMER COUNTY PID #47 PARK HILL RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R057           LARIMER COUNTY PID #48 PUEBLA VISTA ESTATES RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R058           LARIMER COUNTY PID #49 WAGON WHEEL RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R059           LARIMER COUNTY PID #50 CLYDESDALE PARK TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R060           LARIMER COUNTY PID #51 CLYDESDALE ESTATES RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R061           LARIMER COUNTY PID #52 SOLDIER CANYON ESTATES RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R062           LARIMER COUNTY PID #53 HORSESHOE VIEW ESTATES NORTH RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R063           LARIMER COUNTY PID #54 TERRY SHORES RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R064           LARIMER COUNTY PID #55 STORM MOUNTAIN RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R065           LARIMER COUNTY PID #56 BOYD’S WEST RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R066           LARIMER COUNTY PID #57 COBBLESTONE FARMS RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R067           LARIMER COUNTY PID #58 MISTY CREEK RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R068           LARIMER COUNTY PID #59 GRASSLANDS RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R069           LARIMER COUNTY PID #60 SMITHFIELD RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R070           LARIMER COUNTY PUBLIC TRUSTEE RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

12222015R071           LARIMER COUNTY PEST CONTROL RESOLUTION TO ADOPT 2016 BUDGET AND SET LEVIES

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

12222015R072           RESOLUTION TO APPROPRIATE SUMS OF MONEY FOR 2016 – This resolution makes all funds in the adopted budget available for expenditure and sets spending limits for spending agency.  This limits spending by County departments to the categories and amounts in this resolution.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the resolution to appropriate the sums of money for 2016.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

12222015R073           RESOLUTION TO DESIGNATE 2016 ENDING FUND BALANCES – The ending balances of each County Fund is identified as to its purpose.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of Commissioners approve the resolution to designate ending 2016 fund balances.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

12222015R074           CERTIFICATION OF LEVIES AND REVENUE – Certifies a listing of mill levies and revenue that are true and accurate copies of those certified to the Board of County Commissioners by varying tax authorities.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Donnelly moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve certification of the levies and revenue.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

There being no further business, the Board adjourned at 3:30 p.m.

 

                                                                                                         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                   

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                                                                                  LEW GAITER III

                                                                                 BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

ANGELA MYERS

CLERK AND RECORDER

 

ATTEST:

 

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Denise M. Ruybal, Deputy Clerk

 

 

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Craig Dorn, Deputy Clerk