MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

MONDAY, nOVEMBER 25, 2019.

 

LAND USE HEARING

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 3:00 p.m., with Rob Helmick, Principal Planner. Chair Donnelly presided. Commissioner Johnson and Commissioner Kefalas were present. Also present were: Frank Haug, County Attorney’s Office; Katie Bei2lby, Jenn Cram, Lesli Ellis, Kathy Eastly, Samantha Mott, and Michael Whitley, Community Development; Steven Rothwell and Devin Traff, Engineering; Lea Schneider, Health Department; Jeannine Haag, County Attorney; and Elizabeth Carter, Deputy Clerk.

 

Chair Donnelly opened the hearing with the Pledge of Allegiance and 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.          AMENDED PLAT OF LOT 1 OF THE COALSON MRD S-87-87 AND TRACT A OF THE DALKE EXEMPTION AND TROTT/WRIGHT BOUNDARY LINE ADJUSTMENT, FILE #19LAND3920: This combined Amended Plat and Boundary Line Adjustment is regarding Lot 1 of the Coalson MRD S-87-87 and Amended Tract A of the Dalke Exemption, and a metes and bounds parcel to the north.  The purpose of this amended plat is to reconfigure the lot lines of two adjacent lots to increase the size of the northern parcel.  The southern lot, a portion of the platted lot from the Coalson MRD, is being added onto the metes and bounds parcel to the north.  This request also includes removing the restrictions for the MRD and notes on the plat of the MRD from the portion of the MRD lot that is being added onto the metes and bounds.  These notes and restrictions limit the uses to residential and allowed accessory uses. 

 

The northern parcel currently includes a dog training kennel that was approved through the Horsetooth Retrievers Special Review in 1995.  If this request is approved, the property owners intend to submit an Amended Special review application to include all of Lot 2 with the Special Review.  Currently there is no application to amend the Special Review. 

 

The lots are currently 43.45-acres and 30.5-acres in size.  The resultant lots will be approximately 63.31-acres and 10-acres.

 

The Amended Plat process is required when the property lines of an approved land division are amended, and the Boundary Line Adjustment process is used to adjust the property lines of a metes and bounds parcel. The Board of County Commissioners approves amendments to approved M.R.D.s and Exemptions. The Boundary Line Adjustment process is an administrative process.  Since this plat involves both a platted lot and a metes and bounds parcel, both the Amended Plat process and the Boundary Line Adjustment process are required.

 

The Larimer County Land Use Code (Section 5.7.3) allows for the approval of an amended plat if the following review criteria are met:

 

A.        No additional lots will be created by the amended plat. There are currently two existing lots. The amended plat and boundary line adjustment will adjust the boundary between the two lots with no additional lots being created.

 

B.         The resultant lots will meet the required minimum lot size of the applicable zoning district and the lot dimension ratio required by subsection 8.14.1.H. If any of the lots are nonconforming with respect to the minimum lot size or the lot dimension ratio, the amended plat must not increase the nonconformity. The minimum lot size in the O-Open zoning district 10-acres.  The resultant lots meet the minimum lot size requirement as the resultant lots will be 63.31-acres and 10-acres in size. Currently the lots meet the requirements of subsection 8.14.1.H, regarding lot dimension ratio of depth-to-width ratio of 3-to-1 and a width-to-depth ratio of 1.5-to-1, and the resulting lots will meet this requirement as well.

 

C.         The amended plat will not create a nonconforming setback for any existing building.

The amended plat will not create a nonconforming setback for any of the existing buildings.

 

D.        The resultant lots will meet the requirements of subsection 8.14.1.I.  Lots cannot be divided by a municipal or county boundary line, road, alley, or another lot. The amended plat will not create a lot that is divided by a municipal or county boundary line, road, alley, or another lot.

 

E.        The amended plat will not adversely affect access, drainage or utility easements or rights-of-way serving the property or other properties in the area; and no easements or rights-of-way are proposed to be vacated with this request. The amended plat will not adversely affect access, drainage or utility easements or rights-of-way serving the property or other properties in the area.

 

F.         Any covenants, deed restrictions or other conditions of approval that apply to the original lots must also apply to the resultant lots and be noted on the final plat, except those changes to a condition or note on a plat that are approved with this application. The Board of County Commissioners shall consider the original reason or circumstance for a condition or note on a plat when approving a change.

 

This request includes removing the restrictions for the MRD and notes on the plat of the MRD from the portion of the MRD lot that is being added onto the metes and bounds parcel to the north.  These notes and restrictions limit the uses to residential and allowed accessory uses.  The northern parcel currently includes a dog training kennel that was approved through the Special Review process in 1995 and this parcel will be enlarged with this request.  The piece that is being split off the Coalson MRD will now become part of the metes and bounds parcel and is no longer subject to the restrictions which limit the use to single family dwelling and accessory uses.  Lot 1 will remain part of the Coalson MRD.  All covenants, deed restrictions or other conditions of approval that apply to the original lot will also apply to the resultant Lot 1 and be noted on the final plat.

 

The Development Services Team recommends approval of the Amended Plat of Lot 1 of the Coalson MRD S-87-87 and Tract A of the Dalke Exemption and Trott/Wright Boundary Line Adjustment, File #19-LAND3920, subject to the following condition(s) and authorization for the chairman to sign the plat when the conditions are met, and the plat is presented for signature:

 

A.        All conditions of approval shall be met, and the final plat recorded by May 25, 2020, or this approval shall be null and void.

 

B.         Prior to recordation of the final plat revise the plat to include a signature block for all lien holders.

 

C.         The resultant Lot 1 is subject to any and all covenants, deed restrictions, or other conditions that apply to the original lot.

 

2.         ROSGEN AMENDED PLAT AND BOUNDARY LINE ADJUSTMENT, FILE #19-LAND3944: This is a combined Amended Plat and Boundary Line Adjustment to adjust the property boundaries between Lot 1 of the Rosgen Timmons Minor Land Division (a recorded plat) and an adjacent a metes and bounds parcel. Both properties are owned by the Rosgen LLC. The Amended Plat process is required when the property lines of a recorded plat are amended, and the Boundary Line Adjustment process is used to adjust the property lines of a metes and bounds parcel. The Board of County Commissioners approves amendments to recorded plats. The Boundary Line Adjustment process is an administrative process approved by the Community Development Director. Both properties and the surrounding area are zoned O-Open. Both properties once reconfigured will exceed the minimum lot size within the O-Open zone district. Surrounding properties have also been developed similarly with single-family residential and agricultural uses .

 

The Larimer County Land Use Code (Section 5.7.3) allows for the approval of an amended plat if the following review criteria are met:

 

A.        No additional lots will be created by the amended plat. No additional lots will be created as a result of amending the plat and adjusting the boundary lines to reconfigure the property lines as requested.

 

B.         The resultant lots will meet the required minimum lot size of the applicable zoning district and the lot dimension ratio required by subsection 8.14.1.H. If any of the lots are nonconforming with respect to the minimum lot size or the lot dimension ratio, the amended plat must not increase the nonconformity. The minimum lot size for O-Open is 10 acres. The resulting lots, as amended, will both exceed the minimum lot size (10 acres). The requirements of subsection 8.14.1.H, regarding lot size ratio, will also be met as the resulting lots are rectangular in form.

 

C.         The amended plat will not create a nonconforming setback for any existing building. The amended plat and boundary line adjustment will not create any nonconforming setbacks for any existing buildings.

 

D.        The resultant lots will meet the requirements of subsection 8.14.1.I.  Lots cannot be divided by a municipal or county boundary line, road, alley, or another lot. The resultant lots will not be divided by a municipal or county boundary line, road, alley or another lot.

 

E.        The amended plat will not adversely affect access, drainage or utility easements or rights-of-way serving the property or other properties in the area. The proposal will not adversely affect access, drainage, utility easements, or rights-of-way.

 

F.         Any covenants, deed restrictions or other conditions of approval that apply to the original lots must also apply to the resultant lots and be noted on the final plat, except those changes to a condition or note on a plat that are approved with this application. The Board of County Commissioners shall consider the original reason or circumstance for a condition or note on a plat when approving a change. All covenants, deed restrictions, or other conditions of approval that apply to the original lots will also apply to the resultant lots and be noted on the final plat.

 

 

3.         TUCKER SECOND AMENDED SPECIAL REVIEW, PAGE 43 FILE #19-ZONE2487:     This item was on the consent agenda for the August 21, 2019, Planning Commission public hearing .

 

The Planning Commission passed a resolution recommending the Board of County Commissioners approve the Tucker Second Amended Special Review, File #19-ZONE2487, subject to the conditions listed below. Additionally, the Planning Commission, recommended to the Board of County Commissioners approval of the appeals to Sections 8.1.4.G and 8.6.3.C of the Land Use Code, File #19-ZONE2487.

 

A.        The Site shall be developed consistent with the approved plan and with the information contained in the Tucker Second Amended Special Review, File #19-ZONE2487 except as modified by the conditions of approval or agreement of the County and applicant.  The applicant shall be subject to all other verbal or written representations and commitments of record for the Tucker Second Amended Special Review.

 

B.         Failure to comply with any conditions of the Special Review approval may result in reconsideration of the use and possible revocation of the approval by the Board of County Commissioners.

 

C.         This application is approved without the requirement for a Development Agreement.

 

D.        In the event the applicant fails to comply with any conditions of approval or otherwise fails to use the property consistent with the approved Special Review, the applicant agrees that in addition to all other remedies available to the County, the County may withhold building permits, issue a written notice to applicant to appear and show cause why the Special Review approval should not be revoked, and/or bring a court action for enforcement of the terms of the Special Review.  All remedies are cumulative and the County’s election to use one shall not preclude use of another.  In the event the County must retain legal counsel and/or pursue a court action to enforce the terms of this Special Review approval, applicant agrees to pay all expenses incurred by the County including, but not limited to, reasonable attorney’s fees.

 

E.        The County may conduct periodic inspections of the property and reviews of the status of the Special Review as appropriate to monitor and enforce the terms of the Special Review approval.

 

F.         The Findings and Resolution shall be a servitude running with the property.  Those owners of the property or any portion of the property who obtain title subsequent to the date of recording of the Findings and Resolution, their heirs, successors, assigns or transferees, and persons holding under applicants shall comply with the terms and conditions of the Special Review approval.

 

The following County departments reviewed the Amended Plat and Boundary Line Adjustment and had no concerns: Engineering, Health and the Environment, Assessor, Surveyor and Addressing. Additionally, the Northern Colorado Water District currently provides service to both properties and the Amended Plat and Boundary Line Adjustment will not create any additional lots that need service. Lastly, the Wellington Fire Protection District has no concerns.

 

The Development Services Team recommends approval of the Rosgen Amended Plat to reconfigure the property lines, File #19-LAND3944, subject to the following condition(s):

 

A.        All conditions of approval shall be met, and the final plat recorded by May 25, 2020, or this approval shall be null and void.

 

B.         Prior to the recordation of the final plat the applicant shall make the technical corrections required by the Larimer County Assessor and Surveyor.

 

C.         The resultant lots are subject to any and all covenants, deed restrictions, or other conditions that apply to the original lots.

 

4.         YELLOW ROOF REZONING, FILE #19-ZONE2538: This item was on the consent agenda for the October 16, 2019, Planning Commission public hearing. As background, staff noted that when County-wide zoning was first established in 1963, a portion of the parcel was zoned FA-Farming and a portion was zoned B – Business.

 

In 1968, a restaurant and retail building were constructed on the property along with fuel pumps for gasoline sales.  There have been a variety of commercial tenants within the primary building throughout the years.  The building is currently used as an office. The commercial building was constructed on the portion of the property zoned FA – Farming and the commercial uses within the building over the years have not conformed to the zoning.  This proposal would rezone the portion of the property that is zoned FA-Farming to B-Business.  If the rezoning is approved, the entire parcel would be zoned B-Business, and the existing office building will become a legally conforming use.

This will allow for investment in the building in the short term and would allow for further development or redevelopment of the site in the future.

 

The Planning Commission recommended the Board of County Commissioners approve the Yellow Roof Re-zoning, File #19-ZONE2538, to rezone 3.94-acres of the property from FA-Farming to B-Business.

 

5.         CENTENNIAL FARMS CONSERVATION DEVELOPMENT PAGE 106 AMENDED PLAT, FILE #19-LAND3923: The Centennial Farms Conservation Development was approved by the Board of County Commissioners in 2007 and created 53 lots of record, residual lots, and outlots.  This development plan was amended in 2014 to decrease the number of lots from 53 to 14 lots of record.

 

Centennial Berthoud Developers, LLC requests an amendment to the amended plat due to existing rock formations that are creating difficulties with construction of drainage and utilities within the existing easements designated on the plat.  The changes necessitated by these difficulties include:

 

A.        Reconfigure the common lot lines between Lots 11 and 13;

 

B.         Reconfigure the common lot lines between Lots 13 and 14;

 

C.         Vacate and relocate easements along the common lot lines; and

 

D.        Create Outlot A for drainage, access, and utility use.

 

These changes necessitate amendments to the Development Agreement, including the developer’s request to remove the lot sale prohibition and the provision of alternative collateral to allow for lots sales.  The amendments also include corrections to inconsistencies in the document.

 

The Larimer County Land Use Code (Section 5.7.3) allows for the approval of an amended plat if the following review criteria are met:

 

A.        No additional lots will be created by the amended plat. No new residential lots will be created by this plat, however, a proposed outlot for utility purposes is proposed to be created.

 

B.         The resultant lots will meet the required minimum lot size of the applicable zoning district and the lot dimension ratio required by subsection 8.14.1.H. If any of the lots are nonconforming with respect to the minimum lot size or the lot dimension ratio, the amended plat must not increase the nonconformity. The zoning for the area is FA-1 Farming which requires a 2.5-acre minimum lot size if the property is served by a well or septic system.  The development is served by individual septic systems; therefore, the required minimum lot size is 2.5-acres.  The outlot proposed to be created to be created is 1.94-acres, however the use of the lot is limited to utilities and drainage.  All residential lots meet the minimum lot size required in the zone district.

 

           

C.         The amended plat will not create a nonconforming setback for any existing building.  The proposed amended plat will not create non-conforming setbacks as there are no existing buildings within the site.

 

D.        The resultant lots will meet the requirements of subsection 8.14.1.I.  Lots cannot be divided by a municipal or county boundary line, road, alley, or another lot. No lots will be divided by a municipal or county boundary line, road, alley, or another lot.

 

E.        The amended plat will not adversely affect access, drainage or utility easements or rights-of-way serving the property or other properties in the area. No improvements are proposed as part of this plat amendment, therefore there will be no impact to access, drainage, utilities, or to other properties.

 

F.         Any covenants, deed restrictions or other conditions of approval that apply to the original lots must also apply to the resultant lots and be noted on the final plat, except those changes to a condition or note on a plat that are approved with this application. The Board of County Commissioners shall consider the original reason or circumstance for a condition or note on a plat when approving a change. The proposed plat contains a note that the lots will be subject to existing restrictions, covenants and regulations as set forth in the plat of record.

 

The following County Offices submitted comments: the Planning Department required changes to plat which have been made; the Engineering Department submitted comments regarding access, drainage and utilities; the Health Department supports the amended plat; the Assessor’s Office did not have any concerns; the Addressing Office noted that the plat will not require changes to the existing addresses; the Surveyors Office submitted a list of comments and clarifying information which has been addressed; and the Code Compliance Office stated that research of the subject property has not been conducted to confirm whether or not all structures on the property have been properly permitted, inspected and/or are being used for the purpose for which they were originally designed. No comments were received from the Crystal Lakes Fire Authority.

 

The Development Services Team recommends approval of the Amended Plat for Centennial Farms CD Amended Plat of Lots 11, 13, and 14, and Residual Lot A, and an Amended Development Agreement, File Number 19-LAND3923, subject to the following condition(s) and authorization for the chairman to sign the plat presented for signature:

 

A.        All conditions of approval shall be met, and the final plat recorded by May 25, 2020 or this approval shall be null and void. 

 

6.         GLACIER VIEW MEADOWS 3RD, LOT 16 ROAD PAGE 152 EASEMENT VACATION, FILE #19-LAND3942: The owners of Lot 16 of Glacier View Meadows 3rd propose to vacate a ‘30-foot road easement to utility area’ as platted.  The easement was to provide access to the .79-acre utility area that lies north of the subject lot, as shown left. The Glacier View Meadows Road and Recreation Association has provided a letter, that indicates that they have access to the site from another location, therefore they would allow this easement to be vacated.  

 

The Larimer County Land Use Code (Section 5.9.3) allows for the approval of a Right-of-Way or Easement Vacation if the following review criteria are met:

 

A.        Approval of the vacation request will not leave any land adjoining the right-of-way without an established public road or private access easement connecting the land with another established public road, or without utility or drainage services. This request is to vacate a road easement that was created to provide access to a homeowner-owned parcel.  The parcel has alternative access to the site which makes this road easement unnecessary.

 

B.         The recommendations of referral agencies have been considered. The recommendations of referral agencies have been considered and are summarized below. It appears that all outstanding issues identified have been resolved.

 

C.         Any right-of-way that is vacated will be divided equally between the lots on each side, unless it can be demonstrated that all of the right-of-way was originally taken from one parcel. In that case, the right-of-way will be returned to that parcel. Property owners on each side of the right-of-way may agree to divide the vacated right-of-way differently but must sign deeds to transfer ownership after the county commissioners approve the vacation. The road easement exists wholly within Lot 16 and the vacated easement area will be returned to that parcel.

 

The following County Office submitted comments: Planning and Engineering have no issues since the utility companies have signed off; the Health Department has no concerns; and Code Compliance noted that that research of the subject property has not been conducted to confirm whether or not all structures on the property have been properly permitted, inspected and/or are being used for the purpose for which they were originally designed.  Lastly the only neighbor comments the County has received is in support of the vacation of the road easement.

 

The Development Services Team recommends Approval of the requested vacation of the 30-foot road easement located within Lot 16, Glacier View Meadows 3rd, File Number 19-LAND3942, with the following condition of approval, and authorize the Chair to sign the Findings and Resolution:

 

A.        All conditions of approval shall be met, and the final resolution recorded by April 25, 2020 or this approval shall be null and void.

                                   

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Johnson moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the Consent Agenda for Monday November 25, 2019 and further moved the signing of the Findings and Resolutions for those items.

 

Motion passed 3-0,

 

With there being no further business, the Board adjourned at 3:05 p.m.

 

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2019

 

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS MEETING

 

The Board of County Commissioners met at 1:00 P.m. with Linda Hoffmann, County Manager. Chair Donnelly presided and Commissioner Kefalas was present.  Commissioner Johnson joined the hearing by phone. Also present were: Brenda Gimeson and Alisha Jeffers, Commissioners’ Office; and Elizabeth Carter, Deputy Clerk.

 

Chair Donnelly opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

1.    PUBLIC COMMENT: The following members of the public addressed the Board: John Dettenwanger, Representative Jeni James Arndt, Representative Cathy Kipp, Ed Behan, Shirley White and Doug Henderson.

 

2.         APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES FOR THE WEEK OF NOVEMBER 18, 2019:

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Kefalas moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the minutes for the week of November 18, 2019.

 

Motion carried 3-0.

 

3.         REVIEW OF THE SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF DECEMBER 2, 2019 AND DECEMBER 9, 2019:   Ms. Gimeson reviewed the schedule for the upcoming week with the Board.

 

4.         CONSENT AGENDA:  

 

11262019A001             AMENDMENT #4 TO THE AGREEMENT FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING SERVICES FOR THE LARIMER COUNTY LANDFILL (P16-21) BY AND BETWEEN LARIMER COUNTY AND TRIHYDRO CORPORATION

 

11262019A002             AXON MASTER SERVICES AND PURCHASING AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN LARIMER COUNTY AND AXON

 

11262019A003             CONTRACT TO BUY AND SELL VACANT LAND BY AND BETWEEN LARIMER COUNTY AND DIAMOND TAIL RANCH COMPANY, LLC

as Grantor

 

11262019P001              UPDATING THE CURRENT LARIMER COUNTY DISASTER POLICY TO INCLUDE PROVISIONS FOR THE IT DEPARTMENT TO MAKE DECISIONS REGARDING AN EMERGENCY INVOLVING OUR IT SYSTEMS.

 

Miscellaneous: Fleet Customer Advocacy Board Charter; Recommended Reappointment to the LETA Board of Directors-Wes Kufeld, Recommended Reappointment to the LETA Board of Directors-Steve Charles; Recommended Appointment to the Agricultural Advisory Board-Lynnet Bannion; Recommended Mid-Term Appointment to the Rural Land Use Board-Tonja Hadley; Recommended Appointment to the Cobblestone Farms PID#57-Todd Freeman; Recommended Appointment to the Manor Ridge Estates PID #67-Scott Kintz; Recommended Appointment to the Manor Ridge Estates PID #67-David Young; Stipulation As To Tax Year 2019 Value-ACC OP (Fort Collins) LLC; Stipulation As To Tax Year 2019 Value-Andrew Weakland.

 

LIQUOR LICENSES: The Following Liquor licenses were approved: The Forks Mercantile and Saloon– Livermore—Fermented Malt Beverage Off Premise; The Forks Mercantile and Saloon– Livermore—Tavern; Windjammer Roadhouse– Loveland— Transfer of Ownership

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Kefalas moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the consent agenda for November 26, 2019.

 

Motion carried 3-0

 

Commissioner Johnson disconnected from the hearing.

 

5.         COMMENTS FROM COMMISSIONERS’ GUESTS: The Commissioner did not have any guests.

 

6 .         2020 VISIT ESTES PARK OPERATING PLAN: Eric Lund, President of Visit Estes Park. Mr. Lund reported to the Board that the annual Operating Plan for Visit Estes Park needs to be adopted each year by the Town Trustees and the County Commissioners. This is an Operation Plan for use of public dollars for a statutory district, the Visit Estes Park Local Marketing District, DBA Visit Estes Park (VEP). Mr. Lund presented the Board with a high-level view of goals, key objectives, potential strategies. Mr. Lund also noted that the Operating Plan for 2020 projects a balanced budget with a slight positive balance.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Kefalas moved that the Board of County Commissioners approve the 2020 Visit Estes Park Operating Plan.

 

Motion carried 2-0

 

7.         2020 CENSUS OUTREACH GRANT PROGRAM- AWARD AND NEXT STEPS: Michelle Bird, Public Affairs Manager. Ms. Bird reported to the Board that she will be coming before the Board multiple times over the next few months to brief the Board on efforts by the County to highlight the importance of the 2020 Census. Ms. Bird noted that Larimer County has been awarded $102,5000 for 2020 Census outreach, education and promotion to focus on hard-to-count communities.  There was brief discussion between the Board and Ms. Bird regarding efforts to reach out to individuals with disabilities and the elderly.

 

8.         COUNTY MANAGER WORKSESSION:   Ms. Hoffmann updated the Board on upcoming projects and activities.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Kefalas moved that the Board of County Commissioners Authorize the Chairman to sign a letter of support for the Sequential Intercept Mapping.

 

Motion carried 2-0

 

9.          COMMISSIONER ACTIVITY REPORTS:   The Board detailed their attendance at events during the previous week.

 

Ms. Hoffmann noted for the record that the College 4 Kids Performance data and the Executive Session item regarding the Intergovernmental Agreement with the cities of Loveland and Fort Collins to remediate groundwater compliance items will be moved to the December 10, 2019 Agenda

 

11.         EXECUTIVE SESSION: The Board went into Executive session pursuant to C.R.S 24-6-402(4)(e) to discuss intergovernmental agreements.

 

M O T I O N

 

Commissioner Kefalas moved that the Board of County Commissioners enter into Executive Session to discuss an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Town of Timnath pursuant to C.R.S 24-6-402(4)(e) determining positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiations; developing strategy for negotiations; and instructing negotiators.

 

Motion carried 2-0.

 

With there being no further business, the Board adjourned at 2:10 p.m.

 

                                                            ____________________________________                       

                                                            TOM DONNELLY

                                                            BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

 

 

 

ANGELA MYERS

 

CLERK AND RECORDER

 

 

ATTEST:

 

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Elizabeth Carter, Deputy Clerk