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									                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                    BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, January 15, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:05 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

9:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Department of Social Services
Monthly meeting with the Board of County Commissioners sitting as the Board of Social Services
(see separate agenda). (9:05 – 9:39) (5:43, Tape No. 2/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Board of Social Services to conduct the Social
Services Monthly Board Meeting, whereupon it reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners. This meeting is tape recorded, but minutes of the proceedings are kept
separately by the Social Services Department staff, a copy of which may be found in the agenda
file pertaining to this date’s proceedings.

4:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Land Use Code Update Priorities
Land Use staff has identified a number of items in the Land Use Code that may need consideration
or revision, including but not limited to: Development review standards, county road and access
standards, high intensity uses, home occupations, review criteria for right-of-way vacations, review
criteria for subdivision exemptions and building lots, changes to be consistent with the Colorado
Revised Statutes, accessory storage, applicability of Site Plan Review, oil and gas regulations,
applicability of 1041 reviews, and agricultural uses. This list is not inclusive. No text amendments
are being considered at this meeting, the purpose is to identify topics and areas of the Land Use
Code and Comprehensive Plan that should be prioritized for study and potential update. Additional
public meetings, hearings, and forms of public input will occur as specific areas are studied and
amendments are brought forward. Interested members of the public are encouraged to provide
testimony for the Board's consideration.(4:02 – 6:04) (05:43, Tape No. 2/DAT recorder, “counter”
mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Abby Janusz, Land Use Department

        Speakers:        Sam Nishek, 5201 Euclid Ave., Boulder
                         Dirk Arnold, 13609 Goldhill Rd., Boulder
                         Karl Anuta, P.O. Box 1001, Boulder
                         Cedar Barstow, 1485 Sumac Ave., Boulder
                                               th
                         Daya Khalsa, 4140 17 St., Boulder
                                               rd
                         Zia Parker 6481 N. 63 St., Longmont
                         Liz Bowes Spiegel, 792 Gapter Road, Boulder
                         Lew Harstead, Johnson & Repucci, 2521 Boradway Ste. A
                         Brian Johnson, 10463 Dawson Rd., Lafayette
                         Peter Makuta, 3918 Orchard Ct., Boulder


                                                                                          1/15/2009
                       Mindy Makuta, 3918 Orchard Ct., Boulder
                       Barbara Taylor, 853 Deer Trail Rd., Boulder
                       Elizabeth Schmidt, 8678 Niwot Rd., Niwot
                       Elizabeth Powers, 550 Mohawk Dr., Boulder
                                              th
                       Aaron Pinkus, 425 45 St., Boulder
                                            th
                       Matt Phillips, 175 57 , Eldora
                       Richard Quigley, 2005 Sundance Dr., Longmont
                       Sarah Larrabee, 2300 Emerald Rd., Boulder
                       Linda Nuzum, 2244 Riverside Dr., Allenspark
                       Mathias Thurmer, 765 Eldorado Ave
                       Rosellen Sell, 832 Baker St., Longmont

       This item was for information only.

10:30 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:33 – 10:47) (22:25, Tape No. 2/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.     Financial Services Division: Warrants Issued Report for December, 2008.

2.     Land Use Department: Resolution 2009-22, whereby the Board of County
       Commissioners agrees to act as a reviewing entity for the state historic rehabilitation tax
       credit program.

3.     Parks and Open Space Department:
       a.     Renewal of the fencing services contract with J. Macy Construction (not to
              exceed $75,000);
       b.     Amended and Restated Deed of Conservation Easement in Gross (Bar A L
              NUPUD).

                                             ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 1 through 3. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(22:34)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

4.     Community Services Department: Grant applications to the Colorado Health Foundation
       a.   Boulder County Health Access Initiative ($388,853);
       b.   Boulder County Healthy Kids Initiative ($300,000).

       Presenter:      Dawn Joyce, community Services Department




                                                                                          1/15/2009
                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 4. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(23:07)

5.     Human Resources Division: Request for bid waivers for Mutual of Omaha and The
       Standard to continue providing insurance services for employees, with attached contract
       renewals.

       Presenter:      Anne Berg, Human Resources Division
                       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.()

6.     Parks and Open Space Department:
       a.     Request for a bid waiver and approval of recommendation regarding disposition
              of trees on the Cherry Creek Tree Farm;
       b.     Request for a bid waiver to contract with Western Land Group for real estate
              consulting services regarding a proposed exchange of properties that would
              enable the County to acquire parcels owned by the State Land Board.

       Presenters:     Jim Daus, Parks and Open Space Department (6a & 6b)
                       Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Department (6a)
                       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney (6a)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 6a. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(26:15)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Pearlman moved approval of Item No. 6b. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(28:01)

Housing Authority Board Matters:

7.     Housing Authority Resolution 2009-01, approving the award of RFP #5085-08, Modular
       Home Builder Services, to the lowest, most responsible bidder All American Homes LLC.

       Presenter:      Scott Simkus, Boulder County Housing Authority




                                                                                      1/15/2009
                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(28:50)

Commissioners Matters

8.      Resolution 2009-19, honoring Helen Majzler, Boulder County Public Health, and
        declaring Friday, January 23, as Helen Majzler Day in Boulder County.

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(29:02)

9.      Resolution 2009-23 proclaiming January as MentorsMatter Month in Boulder County.

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(29:10)

10.     Ratification of Vice Chair Domenico’s 1/13/09 signature on a letter to the Colorado Health
        Foundation supporting the Boulder County Health Information Exchange Initiative.

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(29:19)

Administrative Matters

11.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 6:04 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                         1/15/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                     BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
January 20, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:03 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner


9:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket LU-08-014 (Kandalaft Family Care Unit); Limited Impact Special Review
for a family care unit within an existing residence, with no increase in the size of the residence.
This property is at 584 North Cedar Brook Road, in Section 14, T1N, R71W. (9:03 – 9:10) (00:02,
Tape No. 3/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Janice Biletnikoff, Land Use Department

        Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:       None

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #LU-08-014, in accordance with staff
        recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
        discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; TOOR, aye; DOMENICO, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (03:23)

[Note: At approximately 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., the Board held interviews with candidates for
the Human Resources Manager position in their Small Conference Room.]

[Note: At approximately 2:00 p.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
               (10:34 – 10:37) (03:35, Tape No. 3/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)




                                                                                           1/20/2009
NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.     County Attorney’s Office: Resolution 2009-21, conditionally approving Docket LU-07-009
       (Hartronft Grading & Residence).

2.     Community Services Department: Grant-funded contract with Correctional Manage-
       ment, Inc. for halfway house and work release services ($1,228,439).

3.     Parks and Open Space Department: IRS Form 8283 and Colorado Department of
       Revenue Form DR 1303 for Phase II of the Williams Family Farm Conservation Ease-
       ment donation.

4.     Social Services Department: Memorandum of Understanding with the Community Action
       Program to fund the Personal Investment Enterprise ($60,000 TANF Reserves).

5.     Assessor’s Office: Renewal of the training services contract with Thimgan & Associates
       ($62,880 plus travel expenses).

6.     Transportation Department:
       a.     Contract with the Colorado Department of Transportation for CDOT’s share of
              safety improvements to the Highway 7 & East County Road intersection
              ($235,000), with Resolution 2009-26 approving the contract;
       b.     On-call consulting services contracts for 2009 with Loris & Associates, Matrix
              Design Group, Huitt-Zollars, Inc., Shapin Associates and Universal Field
              Services (not to exceed $250,000 each).

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 1 through 6. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(03:44)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Commissioners Matters

7.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
       January 20, with Julia Schneider, Human Resources Division, pursuant to CRS 24-6-
       402(4)(f) Personnel Matters, to interview for the Human Resources Manager position.

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(03:57)

8.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session at 10:15 a.m. on Wednesday,
       January 21, with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal
       Advice.

       Presenter:       David Hughes, Deputy County Attorney




                                                                                      1/20/2009
                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 8 to discuss the Chamberlin
        Litigation, the Bach zoning Issue, and a potential quiet title action. Commissioner Toor
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(04:12)

Administrative Matters

9.      Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

10.     Transportation Department: Approval of culvert work by Concrete Structures, Inc.
        (approx. $34,317)

        Presenter:       Pan Hanson, Transportation Department

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Toor seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(05:03)

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 10:37 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                         1/20/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                    BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, January 22, 2009.

         The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:32 a.m. by Vice Chair Domenico
with the following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair (excused all day)
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner


2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Colorado Division of Wildlife
Public Hearing: Front Range Cougar-Human Interactions Pilot Study Update and 5-Year
Research Plan on County Parks & Open Space.
(2:05 – 3:48) (9:05, Tape No. 3/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Dave Hoerath, Parks and Open Space Department
                         Mat Aldredge, Colorado Division of Wildlife (CDOW)
                         Larry Rogstad, Area Manager, CDOW

        Speakers:        Bill Nagel, 711 Iris Ave., Boulder
                         Henry Adamski, 504 Valley View Dr., Boulder
                                                th
                         Helen Hess, 3045 6 St., Boulder
                         Lisa Shapiro, 560 Iris Ave., Boulder
                                                       th
                         Fiona Schlachter, 3151 11 St., Boulder
                         Mari Bush, 710 Iris, Boulder
                                              th
                         Alli Angulo, 3059 6 St., Boulder
                                                    th
                         Vicki Anderson, 3086 11 St., Boulder
                         Jonathan Sawyer, 7210 Empire Dr., Boulder
                         Kayla Evans, 1250 Eldora Rd., Boulder
                         Tracey English, 2405 Cragmoor Rd.
                                                th
                         Lisa Kaplan, 3114 4 St.
                                                th
                         Brenda Lee, 3024 6 St.
                         Christine Priegel, 335 Grape Lane
                         Jane Monson, 721 Iris Ave.
                         Holly Lind 675 Iris Ave.

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve the extension and expansion of the Front Range
        cougar-Human Interactions Pilot Study Update. Commissioner Domenico seconded the
        motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; TOOR, aye; DOMENICO, aye. Motion carried 2-0. (58:28)




                                                                                          1/22/2009
10:30 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
               (10:32 – 10:40) (5:15, Tape No. 3/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.     County Attorney’s Office:
       a.     Resolution 2009-24, approving Docket BVCP-08-001 (Boulder Valley
              Comprehensive Plan 2008 Mid-Term Review);
       b.     Resolution 2009-28, conditionally approving Docket LU-08-014 (Kandalaft Family
              Care Accessory Dwelling Unit).

2.     Social Services Department: Memorandum of Understanding with Boulder County Public
       Health regarding funding for the Family Integrated Treatment Court (not to exceed
       $75,000).

3.     Parks and Open Space Department: Intergovernmental Agreement with the City of
       Longmont for management of the Quicksilver Trail portion of the City’s St. Vrain Greenway.

4.     Administrative Services Department: Petition for Abatement or Refund of Taxes from
       Suite 200 LLC, ID #R0508487, recommended for approval by the Assessor (2007 refund
       $6,773.02).

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 1 through 4. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(05:21)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

5.     Sheriff’s Office: Request for unbudgeted capital outlay to purchase a high-resolution day
       / night camera system for the Mobile Command Post ($9,239).

       Presenter:      Tom Vrtis, Sheriff’s Office
                       Jenny Olberding, Purchasing

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(06:43)

6.     Transportation Department: Resolution 2009-25, approving the temporary closure of
       Cherryvale Road during construction work (South Boulder Road to Highway 170).

       Presenter:      Mike Thomas, Transportation Department




                                                                                       1/22/2009
                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(06:59)

7.      Road Maintenance Division:
        a.    This item was withdrawn;
        b.    This item was withdrawn;
        c.    Annual mileage report to the Colorado Department of Transportation for 2008.

        Presenter:       Dan Hershman, Road Maintenance Division Manager

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7c. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(07:16)

Commissioners Matters

8.      Ratification of 1/20/09 signatures on a letter to providers of services to the homeless
        regarding collaboration and facilities planning.

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(07:24)

9.      Resolution 2009-27: Honoring the services of Paula McKey in the Department of Social
        Services.

        Presenter:       Jana Petersen, Deputy to the Board

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(07:36)

Administrative Matters

10.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Board of Social Services for the purpose of
considering the following Item No. 11, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:



                                                                                           1/22/2009
11.    Appointment of Frank Alexander as Director of Social Services effective at 4:01 p.m. on
       Friday, January 23, 2009.

       Presenter:      Jana Petersen, Deputy to the Board

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(08:04)

12.    Temporary appointment of Jim Drevescraft to serve on the Planning Commission from
       February 2009 through April 2009.

       Presenter:      Jana Petersen, Deputy to the Board

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(08:17)

13.    Community Services Department: Application to the Colorado Department of Human
       Services for a Governor’s Portion Safe and Drug-Free Schools & Communities Act grant
       in the amount of $74,984.

       Presenter:      Leisha Conners-Bauer, Boulder County Prevention Connection

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 13. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(09:02)


        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 3:48 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                       1/22/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                     BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
January 27, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:32 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

11:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket SE-08-003 (Dirks LR); Subdivision Exemption for a Lot Recognition to
recognize a 0.75-acre parcel as a legal building lot. This property is at 232 Sutherland Road,
north of Allenspark, in Section 12, T3N, R73W. Tabled from 3/20/08. (11:01 – 11:16) (1:09:53,
Tape No. 53/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Hannah Hippely, Land Use Department

        Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:       Paul Dirks, applicant
                        Jeff Pastor, neighbor

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #SE-08-003, in accordance with staff
        recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
        discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (1:17:15)

2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Boulder County Housing Authority
Monthly meeting with the Board of County Commissioners sitting as the Housing Authority Board
(see separate agenda). (2:03 – 2:31) (00:16, Tape No. 4/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority Board to conduct the Housing
Authority Monthly Board Meeting, whereupon it reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners.

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Frank Alexander, Housing Authority Director




                                                                                         1/27/2009
        Mr. Alexander presented the Board with monthly Director’s, Finance, Property
        Management, Section 8: HCV Program, Development and Rehabilitation, and Resident
        Services reports and updates. The Board took the following actions:

                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to adopt Housing Authority Resolution #2009-02, for the
        purpose of approving the 2008 SEMAP Annual Certification as Mandated by the United
        States Department of Housing and Urban Development for the Section 8 Tenant-Based
        Assistance Program of the Boulder County Housing Authority. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (06:19)

4:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Townsite Planning Initiative Update (Allenspark, Raymond, Riverside, Eldora and
Gold Hill); Informational item to update the Board on this initiative and allow members of the public
to comment. (4:02 – 4:40) (14:05, Tape No. 4/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Gary Sanfacon, Land Use Department

        Speakers:        Joy Spatz, 2426 Riverside Dr.
                         Dirk Arnold, 13609 Gold Hill Rd
                         Gretchen Diefenderfer, 9147 Sunshine Canyon, Boulder
                         John Sand, 620 Main St., Gold Hill
                         Mathias Thurmer, 765 Eldorado Ave. Eldora
                         Rolf Stepperud, 666 Eldorado Ave., Eldora

        This item was for information only.

10:30 a.m.

                                      BUSINESS MEETING
               (10:32 – 10:51) (1:00:07, Tape No. 3/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.      Resource Conservation Division: Awards to the lowest, most responsible bidders
        a.     RFP #5079-08, Hazardous Waste, Universal Waste & Non-Hazardous Waste
               Collection and Disposal, to Clean Harbors (estimated $127,664);
        b.     RFP #5081-08, County Building Waste Collection Services, to Western Disposal
               Services (estimated $83,608).




                                                                                           1/27/2009
2.     Contracts:
       a.     Road Maintenance Division lease purchase agreement with Caterpillar for a track
              hoe ($213,500);
       b.     Resource Conservation Division contract renewal with Western Disposal Services
              for mountain transfer station collections and Spring clean-up ($79,141);
       c.     Human Resources Division contract renewal with Vision Service Plan for em-
              ployee vision insurance ($155,000);
       d.     Human Resources Division contract renewal with Aon Consulting for employee
              benefit consulting services ($72,000);
       e.     Parks and Open Space Department renewal of the contract with The Architerra
              Group for Dry Creek Loop trail design & engineering services ($67,422);
       f.     Social Services Department amendment to the Memorandum of Understanding with
              the Community Services Department to include Medicard / SCHIP Outreach,
              Enrollment & Utilization services ($657,361 TANF Reserves);
       g.     Community Services Department amendment to the grant-funded contract with
              the Colorado Division of Youth Corrections to reallocate funds from the dis-
              continued Wilderness Work Camp project to Project REACH and the GANG
              Program, and to increase funding for the Colorado Juvenile Risk Assessment
              tool ($714,890 Senate Bill 94 funds).

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 1 & 2. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:00:16)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

3.     This item was withdrawn prior to hearing.

4.     Human Resources Division: Facilities Management Division request for a 1.0 FTE
       Skilled Craft Specialist position (overall .25 FTE increase, funding approval in Item #8b).

       Presenter:      Julia Schneider, Human Resources Division Manager
                       Margaret Parish, Budget Officer

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 4. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:01:08)

5.     County Attorney’s Office:
       a.     Proposed settlement agreement in BOCC v. Chamberlin and White;
                                                             th
       b.     Preliminary Approval of By-Laws for the 2525 13 Street Owners’ Association.

       Presenter:      Leslie Lacy, Assistant County Attorney (5a)
                       Pat Mayne, Deputy County Attorney (5b)




                                                                                          1/27/2009
                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5a. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:02:35)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 5b. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:03:42)

6.     Parks and Open Space Department:
       a.     Surface Use Agreements for the Washam property;
       b.     Quiet Title Action for the Musser property.

       Presenter:       Conrad Lattes, Assistant County Attorney

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6a. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:04:29)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6b. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:05:14)

Commissioners Matters

7.     Budget Office: 2008 Budget Adjustment Requests
       a.     Sheriff’s Office ($40,000);
       b.     Recycling Center Fund ($348,000).

       Presenter:       Margaret Parish, Budget Officer

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:06:14)

8.     Budget Office: 2009 Budget Adjustment Requests
       a.     Assessor’s Office ($68,902);
       b.     Facilities Management ($4,848).

       Presenter:       Margaret Parish, Budget Officer




                                                                              1/27/2009
                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Toor seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:08:31)

9.    Invitation from CO-LABS, a non-profit organization that educates about and advocates for
      Colorado’s 24 federal research laboratories, for the County to sponsor a one-day
      conference to increase awareness of these facilities and their contributions to the
      economy ($1,000).

      Presenter:      Jana Petersen, Commissioners’ Deputy

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:07:48)

10.   Ratification of Commissioners’ 1/21/09 signatures on a letter to Senator Gibbs and
      Representative Rice concerning funding allocations in the current draft of the FASTER
      transportation bill.

      Presenter:      George Gerstle, Transportation Director

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Toor seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:08:31)

11.   Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, January 28, as
      follows:
      a.       10:15 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal
               Advice;
      b.       3:45 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
               24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

      Presenter:      Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 11a to discuss legal issues
      regarding the selection process for the Nederland biomass sorting yard and amendments
      to the Mud Lake Intergovernmental Agreement, the Rocky Mountain Christian Church
      litigagion, and pending legislation regarding municipal annexation. Commissioner Toor
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:09:01)




                                                                                     1/27/2009
                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11b. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:09:09)

Administrative Matters

12.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

13.     Request for the Board to take an official position on a State of Colorado legislative item,
        Senate Bill 09-052.

        Presenter:       Michelle Krezek, Commissioners’ Staff

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of staff’s recommendation to oppose SB 09-052.
        Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:09:44)


        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 4:40 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                           1/27/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                    BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, January 29, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:36 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair (excused all day)
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

11:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Commissioners’ Office
Employee of the Month Award. (11:02 – 11:11) (37:36, Tape No. 4/DAT recorder, “counter”
mode)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

In a ceremony held in the Commissioners’ Hearing Room, Patricia Demchak was named
employee of the month for January 2009. The employee of the month received a certificate, a
lapel pin, and a check for $200.

11:30 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket HP-08-001 (Camp Frances); Request for approval of a Boulder County
Historic Landmark Designation. The Camp Frances town site is located approximately 1.5 miles
south of the Town of Ward along Colorado Highway 72, in the south half of north half of Section
12, T1N, R73W. (11:31 – 11:43) (42:00, Tape No. 4/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Denise Grimm, Land Use Department
                         Carol Beam, Parks and Open Space Department

        Speakers:        None

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #HP-08-001, in accordance with staff
        recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
        discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0. (47:33)

[Note: At approximately 2:00 p.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]




                                                                                          1/29/2009
10:30 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:36 – 10:47) (32:02, Tape No. 4/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
ITEMS TO NOTE FOR THE RECORD:

1.     Application to use the Courthouse Lawn from Suzan Heglin for the EcoHarmony
       Festival, to educate the community about earth-friendly sustainable living (weekend of
       May 16 & 17).

       Item No. 1 was noted for the record.

CONSENT ITEMS:

2.     County Attorney’s Office: Resolution 2009-29, conditionally approving Docket SE-08-003
       (Dirks Lot Recognition).

3.     Architects Division: Award of SOQ #5078-08, Mechanical & Electrical Engineering
       Services, to multiple qualified vendors for inclusion on the list for possible service
       contracts in 2009 (RMH Group, ME Group and MKK Consulting Engineers).

4.     Transportation Department: Contract with Kittelson & Associates for Transit Signal
       Priority design & implementation on State Highway 7 ($93,000).

                                              ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 2 through 4. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(32:15)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

5.     Information Technology Division: Recommendation to cancel RFP #5101-09, Compellent
       Storage Area, due to the only bidder meeting requirements being over budget.

       Presenters:     Jenny Olberding, Purchasing
                       Robert Nash, Root Group

                                              ACTION

       Commissioner Pearlman moved to table of Item No. 5 indefinitely. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(33:46)

6.     Community Services Department: Grant application to the Colorado Department of Human
       Services for Phase II of the Generate Boulder County program ($1,000,000).

       Presenter:      Robin Bohannan, Community Services Director




                                                                                           1/29/2009
                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(35:02)

7.     Transportation Department: Application to the Public Utilities Commission for improvements
                                                            rd
       to the at-grade railroad crossing at Highway 119 & 63 Street.

       Presenter:      Mike Thomas, Transportation Department

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(35:32)

8.     Land Use Department: Applicant request for an extension to complete post-approval
       requirements for Docket SE-07-013 (Emerson Lot Recognition).

       Presenter:      Greg Oxenfeld, Land Use Department

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Pearlman moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(36:15)

Housing Authority Board Matters:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item Nos. 9 and 10, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

9.     Housing Authority Resolution 2009-04, approving a grant application to the Colorado
       Department of Human Services for Phase I of the Generate Boulder County program
       ($550,000).

       Presenter:      Angela Lanci-Macris, Housing Authority

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(37:05)

10.    Housing Authority Resolution 2009-05, authorizing signature authority to Executive
       Director Frank Alexander for documents to receive grant funds for Phase I of the
       Generate Boulder County program.




                                                                                      1/29/2009
                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(37:15)

Administrative Matters

11.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

12.     Authorization for the Board to enter into Executive Session at 2:00 p.m. on January 29,
        2009 with Keith Ickes, Administrative Services Director, to discuss candidates for the
        Human Resources Division Manager position pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(f) Personnel
        Matters.

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(37:29)

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 11:43 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                       1/29/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                    BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
February 3, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:05 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Will Toor, Vice Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Commissioner

11:00 A.M.
PUBLIC COMMENT: Members of the public may address the Board of County Commissioners
on any County-related issue;(11:02 – 11:29) (58:05, Tape No. 4/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Speakers:       Sherry Berthod, 14834 Weld County Rd
                        John and Karen Farley, 4877 Eldorado Springs Dr.
                        Margaret Hanson, 682 Fred
                        Gail Grey, 670 Logan Mill
                        David Levin, Eldorado Springs

         Ms. Berthod addressed the Board regarding a parcel surrounded by property under
conservation easement with the County. Mr. and Mrs. Farley voiced concern about a structure
being constructed in Eldorado Springs. Ms. Hanson and Ms. Grey spoke regarding violations of a
no firearms discharge zone in their area. Mr. Levin addressed the Board regarding Limited
Improvement District issues for the Eldorado Springs wastewater system.

[Note: The Board held administrative meetings in their Small Conference Room following the
11:00 a.m. Item.]

9:00 a.m.

                                      BUSINESS MEETING
                 (9:05 – 9:06) (40:17, Tape No. 4/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
DISCUSSION ITEM:

1.      Commissioners’ Office: Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session at 9:00
        a.m. on Tuesday, February 3, with Keith Ickes, Administrative Services Director, and
        Julia Schneider, Human Resources Division, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(f) Personnel
        Matters, regarding the Human Resources Manager position.

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 1. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(48:35)



                                                                                         2/03/2009
10:30 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:32 – 10:50) (48:41, Tape No. 4/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
ITEMS TO NOTE FOR THE RECORD:

2.     Fourth Quarter 2008 report from Richard Gebhardt, Boulder County Public Trustee.

       Item No. 2 was noted for the record.

CONSENT ITEMS:

3.     County Attorney’s Office: Resolution 2009-30, conditionally approving Docket HP-08-001
       (Camp Frances Historic Landmarking).

4.     Treasurer’s Office: Cancellation of Tax Lien Sale Certificates
       a.     #2005-0461 (refund $279.29);
       b.     #2007-0419 (refund $260.87).

5.     Office of Emergency Management: Award of RFP #5102-09, Rain Gauge Maintenance,
       to the only bidder One Rain, Inc. ($32,297 maintenance fee plus $90 - $120 per hour).

6.     Workforce Boulder County: Expenditure Authorization for Wagner – Peyser and Work-
       force Investment Act Business Outreach & Marketing funds (total $107,630).

7.     Human Resources Division: Renewal of the Individual & Specific Stop Loss Insurance
       Coverage contract with Connecticut General Life Insurance Company / Cigna Health-care
       ($546,000).

8.     Commissioners’ Office: Renewal of the agenda advertisement contract with Lehman
       Communications Corporation ($30,000).

9.     Parks and Open Space Department: Amendment to the forestry management contract
       with Cecil Logging to add projects at Heil Valley Ranch ($257,250).

10.    Architects Division: Consulting services contracts for 2009 with Drexel, Barrell &
       Company, Tetra Tech, Studio NYL Structural Engineers, JVA, Inc., and Winston
       Associates (not to exceed $80,000 each).

                                              ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 3 through 10. Commissioner
       Toor seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(48:56)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

11.    Architects Division: Award of RFP #5107-09, Open Space & Transportation Center Entry
       Gate Replacement, to Waterford Corporation ($29,101.38).



                                                                                            2/03/2009
       Presenter:       Wayne Kuhn, Architects Division Manager

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 11. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(49:51)

12.    Parks and Open Space Department: Award of RFP #5080-08, Demolition and De-
       construction of Buildings on the AHI Longmont Farms property, to ESA, Inc.

       Presenter:       Nik Brockman, Parks and Open Space Department

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(50:33)

13.    Information Technology Division: Recommendation to cancel RFP #5101-09, Com-
       pellent Storage Area, due to the only bidder meeting requirements being over budget.
       Tabled from 1/29/09 (Note: Commissioner Domenico excused 1/29/09).

       Presenters:      Mike Harlan, Information Technology Division Manager
                        Larry Hoyt, County Attorney
                        Robert Nash, Root Group
                        Bill Calderwood, President of the Root Group

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Pearlman moved approval of Item No. 13. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(54:19)

Commissioners Matters

14.    Budget Office: 2008 Budget Adjustment Request from the Commissioners’ Office
       Sustainability Program ($20,000).

       Presenter:       Margaret Parish, Budget Officer

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No.14. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(54:51)

15.    Ratification of the Chair’s 1/26/09 signature on a Parks and Open Space Department grant
       application to the Natural Resource Damage Fund for the Rocky Flats Native Plant
       Program, which extends to open space owned by Boulder County ($150,000).

       Presenter:       Bridgette McCarthy, Parks and Open Space Department



                                                                                      2/03/2009
                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 15. Commissioner Toor seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(55:21)

16.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, February 4, as
        follows:
        a.       10:15 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
                 Legal Advice;
        b.       2:30 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                 24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 16a for the purpose of discussing Rocky
        Mountain Christian Church legal proceedings, the need for the Board to appoint
        concerning the Kaiser Building Condo Board, and the annexation of the town
        Maintenance Shop in the Town of Nederland. Commissioner Domenico seconded the
        motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(55:45)

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 16b. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(55:54)

Administrative Matters

17.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

18.     Request for the Board to take an official position on a State of Colorado legislative item,
        House Bill 09-1070.

        Presenter:       Michele Krezek, Intergovernmental Relations Director

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to support HB 09-1070. Commissioner Toor seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(56:24)

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 11:29 a.m.


                                                                                           2/03/2009
________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                               2/03/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                     BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, February 5, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:03 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner (excused until 10:30 a.m.)

9:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket LU-08-013 (Boulder County Parks & Open Space / Middle Boulder Creek
Project); Limited Impact Special Review to grade more than 500 cu.yds. associated with the
Middle Boulder Creek Habitat Enhancement Project. This project is located at 31758 & 000
Boulder Canyon Drive, parts of the Platte / Rogers Memorial Park property adjacent to State
Highway 119 (Boulder Canyon Drive) and part of the SH 119 right-of-way between mile markers
31 & 32, all located in Sections 2 & 3 of T1S, R72W. (9:03 – 9:19) (00:05, Tape No. 5/DAT
recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Hannah Hippely, Land Use Department

        Present:         Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:        None

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to approve Docket #LU-08-013, in accordance with staff
        recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
        discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0. (08:17)

[Note: At approximately 1:00 p.m., the Board met in the Dickey Lee Hullinghorst Room with Bond
Counsel Russ Caldwell and County staff for an update on the Climate Smart Loan Program.]




                                                                                          2/05/2009
10:30 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:32 – 10:51) (08:27, Tape No. 5/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.     Administrative Services Department: Petition for Abatement or Refund of Taxes from
       Coal Creek Station Properties LLC, ID #R0080711, recommended for approval by the
       Assessor pursuant to stipulation (2006 refund $2,803.98).

2.     Risk Management Division: Contract with Marsh USA for brokerage and risk manage-
       ment services ($60,000).

3.     Transportation Department: Intergovernmental Agreement with the City of Longmont for
       design and construction of the St. Vrain Greenway trail underpass at East County Line
       Road (County share $20,000 toward design fee and 50% of construction costs, with
       maximum reimbursement of $300,000).

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 1 through 3. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(08:36)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Commissioners Matters

4.     Intergovernmental Relations: Legislative Update
       HB09-1135 – Adjusting County Fees for Treasurer, Clerk and Recorder and Sheriff;
       HB09-1055 – Requiring Electric and Gas Utilities to Disclose Carbon Usage;
       HB09-1126 – Allowing Local Governments to Encourage Solar Thermal Installations;
       HB09-1167 – Prohibiting Oil and Gas Rules to Protect Wildlife;
       HB09-1187 – Allowing Tolling of Existing Toll-free Highways;
       HB09-1166 – Allowing for Pay as You Go Auto Insurance;
       HB09-1114 – Allowing for the Removal of Commuter Highways from the State High-
                   way System
       HB09-1020 – Requiring the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing to Estab-
                   lish a Process for Internet and Phone reenrollment for Medicaid and
                   Children’s Health Plan;
       HB09-1064 – Creates the Economic Opportunity Task Force;
       SB09-009 – Adds Dental Services to the Services Provided Under Medicaid;
       SB09-011 – Creates a Behavioral Health Commission;
       HB09-1073 – Requires the Department of Health Care Policy and Finance to Study the
                   Ability and Feasibility of Using Electronic Prescriptions in Medicaid.

       Presenter:       Michele Krezek, Intergovernmental Relations Director




                                                                                    2/05/2009
                                          ACTION

       In separate motions, Commissioner Toor moved to support HB09-1135, HB09-1055, and
       HB09-1073. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motions.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(10:51, 09:25,
                                                                        09:56)

                                          ACTION

       In separate motions, Commissioner Domenico moved to support HB09-1126, HB09-
       1166, HB09-1020, HB09-1064, SB09-009, and SB09-011. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motions.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(09:25, 11:18,
                                                                        09:11, 09:41,
                                                                        11:49, 12:01)

                                          ACTION

       In separate motions, Commissioner Toor moved to oppose HB09-1167, HB09-1187, and
       HB09-1114. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motions.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(13:04, 13:41,
                                                                         12:19)

5.     Resolution 2009-31, integrating the Boulder County Housing Authority, the Housing
       Department, and the Department of Social Services into a Department of Housing and
       Human Services, and appointing Frank Alexander Director of the Boulder County
       Department of Housing and Human Services.

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(14:41)

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the Item No. 5:

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(14:46)

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Board of Social Services for the purpose of
considering Item No. 5 after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County Commissioners:




                                                                                    2/05/2009
                                               ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(14:51)

6.      Boards and Commissions: Notification of election results for the Nederland Community
        Library Board of Directors:
                        Kay Turnbaugh, President;
                        Susie Gallaudet, Vice President;
                        Gail Eddy, Treasurer;
                        Marci Wheelock, Secretary.

        Item No. 6 was noted for the record.

7.      Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, February 11, as
        follows:
        a.       10:15 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
                 Legal Advice;
        b.       11:00 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
                 Legal Advice to discuss issues related to the Land Use Code update process;
        c.       3:45 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                 24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

        Presenter:       Madeline Meacham, Chief Deputy County Attorney

                                               ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 7a for the purpose of discussing
        the Clinica Campesina Agreement. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(15:52)

                                               ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 7b. Commissioner Toor seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(16:03)

                                               ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 7c. Commissioner Toor seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(16:12)

Administrative Matters

8.      Scheduling and Communications.

        None.




                                                                                      2/05/2009
Items Amended to the Agenda:

9.     Request for the Board to take an official position on a State of Colorado legislative item,
       House Bill 09-1106.

       Presenters:     Michelle Krezek, Intergovernmental Relations Director
                       Madeline Meacham, Chief Deputy County Attorney

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved to support HB09-1106 Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(17:03)

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 10:51 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                          2/05/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                   BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, February 12, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 2:16 p.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner (excused all day)
2:15 p.m.

                                      BUSINESS MEETING
                  (2:16 – 2:42) (18:03, Tape No. /DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.      County Attorney’s Office: Resolution 2009-32, conditionally approving Docket LU-08-013
        (Boulder County Parks and Open Space Middle Boulder Creek Project).

2.      Commissioners’ Office: Boulder County Auctioneer’s License issued to Rocky Mountain
        Estate Brokers, Inc.

3.      Workforce Boulder County: Subcontract agreement with the University of Colorado at
        Denver for the grant-funded Colorado Youth Work Incentive Network of Support (WINS)
        project (not to exceed $234,180).

4.      Road Maintenance Division: Agreement with Caterpillar Financial Services to lease /
        purchase a Caterpillar roller ($101,500).

5.      Boulder County Public Health: Contract with OtterTail Environmental, Inc. for mosquito
        control services (not to exceed $285,091).

6.      Social Services Division: Renewal of the contract with Aspen Family Services for
        administration of the Child Care Assistance Program ($318,897 TANF Reserves).

7.      Sheriff’s Office: Renewal of the Jail pharmaceutical services contract with Diamond
        Pharmacy Services (estimated $150,000).

8.      Parks and Open Space Department:
        a.     Contract with Drexel, Barrell & Company for civil engineering and surveying
               services for improvements at the Fairgrounds ($63,474);
        b.     Amendment to the Heil Valley Ranch forestry services agreement with Cecil
               Logging (amended 2/3/09) regarding contractor’s performance bond;
        c.     Renewal of the contract with Westward Fence LLC for fencing services (not to
               exceed $75,000);
        d.     Notice of Property Restrictions (Spencer Conservation Easement).




                                                                                          2/12/2009
9.     Transportation Department:
       a.     Award of contract for the Tracy Lateral Ditch Piping Project to the lowest, most
              responsible bidder Northstar Concrete ($148,032.50);
       b.     On-call consulting services contracts with Berry & Associates, Western States
              Land Services, and Mercury Associates (not to exceed $250,000 each).

10.    Architects Division: On-call consulting services contracts with Tami Lynn Holley, P.E.,
       Ground Engineering Consultants, and Ackerman Engineering (not to exceed $80,000
       each).

11.    Budget Office: 2009 contracts with non-profit agencies
       a.     Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence ($150,000);
       b.     Special Transit ($285,000);
       c.     Circle of Care ($26,000);
       d.     Boulder County AIDS Project ($60,000);
       e.     Teens, Inc. ($31,500);
       f.     Longmont Children’s Council ($60,000);
       g.     InterCambio de Comunidades ($60,000);
       h.     Community Food Share ($72,000);
       i.     El Centro Amistad ($41,200);
       j.     El Comité de Longmont ($73,000);
       k.     Salud Family Health Centers ($250,000);
       l.     Sister Carmen Community Center ($40,000).

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 1 through 11. Commissioner
       Pearlman seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(18:17)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

12.    Road Maintenance Division: Request for unbudgeted capital outlay to purchase a used
       forklift by a competitive bid process (not to exceed $35,000).

       Presenter:      Dan Hershman, Transportation Division Manager

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 12. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(18:30)

13.    Human Resources Division:
       a.    Community Services Department request to add a temporary grant-funded .5 FTE
             Program Specialist I position;
       b.    Request for a bid waiver to contract with the Mountain States Employers Council for
             2009 Boulder County Leadership Academy consulting services ($28,600), with
             attached contract.

       Presenters:     B.J. Lambden, Human Resources Division (13a)
                       Rick Meyers, Human Resources Division (13b)



                                                                                        2/12/2009
                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 13a. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(18:45)

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 13b. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(19:06)

14.    Parks and Open Space Department:
       a.     Proposed amendment to the Meglemre Conservation Easement to remove a
              0.078-acre sliver for Weld County to improve the intersection at County Line
              Road and Weld County Road 20.5;
       b.     Surface Use Agreement for the Doniphan property for drilling by EnCana Oil and
              Gas.

       Presenter:      Janis Whisman, Parks and Open Space Department (14a)
                       Conrad Lattes, Assistant County Attorney (14b)

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 14a. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(20:01)

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 14b. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(20:29)

15.    Land Use Department: Recommendation to award a 2009 Historic Landmark Rehabilitation
       Grant to the Left Hand Grange in Niwot ($10,000).

       Presenter:      Abby Janusz, Land Use Department

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 15. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(20:46)

Housing Authority Board Matters:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item No. 16, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:



                                                                                    2/12/2009
16.     Housing Authority Resolution 2009-03, approving an amended Intergovernmental
        Agreement with the Department of Housing and Human Services for the Housing Crisis
        Prevention Project ($400,000), with attached amendment.

        Presenter:       Angela Lanci-Macris, Housing Authority

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 16. Commissioner Pearlman
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(21:35)

Commissioners Matters

17.     Intergovernmental Relations:
        a.      Ratification of the 2/6/09 Board approval of a letter to Congressional leadership
                regarding transit funding in the federal stimulus package;
        b.      Legislative Update
                 HB 09-1111 – Health Resources for Underserved Areas;
                 HB 09-1259 – Impact Fees by Local Governments for Local Government
                                  Purposes;
                 SB 09-022 – State Land Board Investment and Development Fund;
                 SB 09-078 – Devolve State Highways to Local Governments;
                 SB 09-085 – Property Tax Exemption for Business Personal Property;
                 SB 09-142 – Annexation of Rights-of-Way;
                 Proposed Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Commission Comprehensive Rules.

        Presenter:       Mark Ruzzin, Intergovernmental Relations Liaison

                                            ACTION

        In separate motions, Commissioner Domenico moved to support HB09-1111, HB09-
        1259, SB09-078, SB09-142, and the Proposed Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation
        Commissioner Comprehensive Rules. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motions.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(23:19,
                                                        23:26, 24:41, 28:10, 28:53)

                                            ACTION

        In separate motions, Commissioner Domenico moved to oppose SB09-022 and SB09-
        085. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motions.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(24:08,
                                                                              26:40)

Administrative Matters

18.     Scheduling and Communications.

        Deputy County Attorney David Hughes noted for the record that the Executive Session
        held on February 11, 2009 included discussion of potential litigation with the Department
        of Housing and Human Services.




                                                                                         2/12/2009
        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 2:42 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                 2/12/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                    BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
February 17, 2009.

         The meeting was called to order at approximately 3:35 p.m. by Vice Chair Domenico with
the following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair (excused all day)
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

[The Business Meeting originally scheduled for 10:30 a.m. was administratively rescheduled to
3:30 p.m. due to a lack of quorum.]

3:30 p.m.

                                      BUSINESS MEETING
                (3:35 – 3:40) (30:56, Tape No. 15/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
ITEMS TO NOTE FOR THE RECORD:

1.      Application to use the Courthouse Lawn from the Kiwanis Club of Boulder, for a Colorado
        Children’s Day event on Friday, April 24 (rain date April 27).

        Item No. 1 was noted for the record.

CONSENT ITEMS:

2.      Financial Services Division: Warrants Issued Report for January.

3.      Commissioners’ Office:
        a.    On-Call Employee Vehicle Information Forms for Chris Robb and Noah Eaton;
        b.    Contract with Ruth Cornfeld Becker LLC for TDR/TDC Clearinghouse Services
              ($160 per hour)

4.      Facilities Management Division: On-Call Employee Vehicle Information Forms for Jesse
        Newcomb and Mark Frederick.

5.      Youth Corps Division: Award of RFP #5105-09, Passenger Van Leasing, to the lowest,
        most responsible bidder Kline ($3,895 per van).

6.      Budget Office: 2009 contracts with non-profit agencies
        a. OUR Center Child Care ($75,000)     b. OUR Center Basic Needs ($75,000)
        c. Dental Aid ($165,000)               d. Voices for Children ($31,000)
        e. Parenting Place ($58,000)           f. Hospicecare ($25,000)
        g. Inn Between of Longmont ($70,000) h. Family Learning Center ($40,170)

7.      Transportation Department: On-call consulting services contracts with Stantec
        Consulting and Fleet Counselor Services (not to exceed $250,000 each).




                                                                                         2/17/2009
8.     Parks and Open Space Department: Contract with Western Land Group for real estate
       services associated with the State Land Board parcel exchange (fee based on value of
       land conveyed to County).

9.     Architects Division:
       a.      Award of Bid #5108-09, Courthouse Annex Remodel to the lowest, most
               responsible bidders TEC Building, Inc. ($14,740 for structural steel work) and
               Contractor Plumbing ($110,764 for plumbing & mechanical work);
       b.      On-call consulting services contracts with Seward Mechanical Systems, Rooftech
               Consultants, Westover Corporation and Energy Service Associates (not to
               exceed $80,000 each).

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 2 through 9. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(31:20)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

10.    Architects Division: Award of RFP #5103-09, Solar Photovoltaic Grid-Connected System
       for the Communications Center, to Namaste Solar ($37,750).

       Presenter:       Wayne Kuhn, Architects Division Manager

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(32:13)

Commissioners Matters

11.    Administrative Deputy: Invoice for 2009 Colorado Counties, Inc. Public Lands Committee
       dues ($1,303).

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(32:24)

12.    Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session at 10:15 a.m. on Wednesday,
       February 18, with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal
       Advice.

       Presenter:       Pat Mayne, Deputy County Attorney




                                                                                     2/17/2009
                                          ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12 for the purpose of discussing the
        Meadow Green Farm Developers’ exemption, construction crew issues, Kaiser
        Condominium issues, and the Canino Development. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(32:55)

Administrative Matters

13.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 3:40 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                     2/17/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                   BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, February 19, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:34 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

[Note: At approximately 9:00 a.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

11:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Commissioners’ Office
Public Meeting: Boulder County Boards & Commissions (11:04 – 11:21) (45:40, Tape No. 5/DAT
           ounter‖ mode)
recorder, ―c

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

Presenter:      Jana Petersen, Commissioners’ Deputy

1.      Resignations

        The Board noted for the record the resignations of: Angelique Espinoza, Resource
        Conservation Advisory Board; Carey Taylor Markel, Boulder County Cultural Council;
        Joaquin Melendez, Community Corrections Board; Don Sayers, Core Services Board;
        Liz Smokowski, Domestic Abuse Prevention Project; Elisa Torres, Workforce
        Development Board; and Malaika Pettigrew, Community Action Programs
        Administering Board.

2.      Adoption of amended bylaws for the Resource Conservation Advisory Board.

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to adopt the amended bylaws for the Resource
        Conservation Advisory Board as presented. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(46:31)

3.      Appointments and Reappointments

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to reappoint Robert Donahue and Jim Drevescraft to the
        Board of Adjustment. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(46:50)




                                                                                             2/19/09
                                   ACTION

Commissioner Toor moved to reappoint Ed von Bleichert to the Board of Health.
Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(46:54)

                                   ACTION

Commissioner Domenico moved to reappoint Geri Boone, Henri Lopez, and Veron
Seieroe to the Board of Review. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(47:00)

                                   ACTION

Commissioner Domenico moved to appoint Phil Lefller as the agency rep to the Food and
Agriculture Policy Council. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(47:11)

                                   ACTION

Commissioner Pearlman moved to appoint Richard Miller and to conditionally appoint
Matthew Pierce pending a bylaws change (and if no bylaws change should take place,
then to appoint Amy Tisdale in his place) to the Food and Agriculture Policy Council.
Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(48:24)

                                   ACTION

Commissioner Toor moved to reappoint Ramona Clark, Sandy Cruz, Erik Johnson, Liz
Marr and Audrey Sheridan to the Food and Agriculture Policy Council. Commissioner
Domenico seconded the motion.

VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(48:43)

                                   ACTION

Commissioner Domenico moved to appoint Nan Burroughs to the Citizen Review Panel.
Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(48:55)

                                   ACTION

Commissioner Domenico moved to reappoint Tim Barnes, Manuela Chavez, Robin
Chavez, Amy Maziarz, and Mandy Yick, and to also appoint Rogelio Pena to the
Community Action Programs Administering Board. Commissioner Toor seconded the
motion.

VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(49:10)




                                                                                 2/19/09
                                   ACTION

Commissioner Domenico moved to reappoint Jan Wierzba to the Community Corrections
Board. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(49:20)

                                   ACTION

Commissioner Pearlman moved to reappoint Lynn Wylie, Tom Faure, Bob Lamb and
Darryl Maurer, and to also appoint Brooke Carlson, Susan Cramer, Jim Michal, Jenny
Olberding and Holly Vest to the Employee Benefits Advisory Board. Commissioner Toor
seconded the motion.

VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(49:51)

                                   ACTION

Commissioner Toor moved to reappoint Amy Condon, Annie Convoy, and Matthew Jay
Ruggeri to the Extension Advisory Committee. Commissioner Domenico seconded the
motion.

VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(49:59)

                                   ACTION

Commissioner Domenico moved to reappoint Nancy Bosch, Peter Brady, Neal DeRidder,
and Karen Hagler, and to also appoint Ilona Dotterrer and Manuela Palma to the Historic
Preservation Advisory Board. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(51:20)

                                   ACTION

Commissioner Domenico moved to reappoint Marti Korthase, Ron Richter, Al Summers
and Martin Walter to the Mosquito Control Advisory Board. Commissioner Toor
seconded the motion.

VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(51:33)

                                   ACTION

Commissioner Domenico moved to reappoint Euvaldo Valdez and Carrie Wise to the
Niwot Limited Improvement District Advisory Committee. Commissioner Toor seconded
the motion.

VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(51:42)

                                   ACTION

Commissioner Pearlman moved to reappoint Lisa Dilling and Janice Moore to the Parks
and Open Space Advisory Committee. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(51:56)




                                                                                2/19/09
                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to reappoint Scott Holwick to the Planning Commission.
        Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(52:37)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved appoint Lisa Morzell (Boulder representative) and Omar
        Postigo-Martell (Lyons representative) to the Resource Conservation Advisory Board.
        Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(52:53)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Pearlman moved to reappoint Jeanne Aguilar, Doug Kenkel, Tami Palmer,
        Marie Valenzuela, Kyle Wilmot and Machael Zekonis, and to also appoint Mark Emery,
        Juan Gomez Torres, Kirby Stone, and Dana Vande Burgt to the Workforce Development
        Board. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(53:22)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Pearlman moved to appoint Jeffery Maxwell to the Fire Code Review
        Board. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(54:00)

11:30 A.M.
PRESENTER: County Attorney’s Office
Public Hearing: Ordinance 2009-1: Agricultural Fire Notification, "Red Flag" Day Fire Ban.
(11:34 – 11:48) (54:15, Tape No. 5/DAT recorder, ―counter‖ mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Andy MacDonald, Assistant County Attorney
                        Sue Cullen, Sheriff’s Office
                        Joe Pelle, County Sheriff
                        Mike Tombalato, Rocky Mountain Fire District Chief

        Speakers:       None

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved adoption on first reading of Ordinance 2009-1 with direction
        to publish notice and set this ordinance for second hearing. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (1:01:09)




                                                                                             2/19/09
2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Proposed Amendments to the Boulder County Building Code and Contractor
                                                             ounter‖ mode)
Licensing. (10:58 – 10:58) (44:50, Tape No. 5/DAT recorder, ―c

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Mike Ryder, Commissioners’ Staff

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to table this item to 3:00 p.m. on March 5, 2009.
        Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (45:00)

[Note: At approximately 2:00 p.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

4:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Commissioners’ Office
Public Hearing: Implementation of the ClimateSmart Loan Program (County Ballot Issue 1A).
                                                ounter‖ mode)
(4:03 – 6:26) (00:09, Tape No. 6/DAT recorder, ―c

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Ann Livingston, Sustainability Coordinator
                        Russ Caldwell, Financial Advisor to the County
                        Pat Mayne, Deputy County Attorney
                        Jana Petersen, Commissioners’ Staff

        Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:       Mike Ryder, Commissioners’ Staff
                        Jason Cotrell, Boulder
                        Sam Nishek, 5201 Euclid, Boulder
                        Lauren Coyne, 4571 Broadway St., Boulder
                        Eric Van Orden, 5757 Arapahoe, Boulder
                                                 th
                        Paul Sheldon, 12148 75 St., Hygiene
                        Jan Morzel, 2075 Upland Ave., Boulder
                        Larry Kinney, 1335 Dear Trail Rd., Boulder
                                                      nd
                        Adam Stenftenagel, 1830 22 St., Boulder
                        T. J. Slocum, Lafayette
                        Kai Abelkis, P.O. Box 9019, Boulder
                        Rick Levine, 2595 Canyon, Boulder
                        JoElyn, Newcomb, 436 Utica, Boulder
                        Susan Andre, Thistle Housing
                        John Bollinger, 143 Salina St., Lafayette
                        Debbie Weingart, Best Way Insulation
                        Greg Baumer, 5188 Olde Stage Rd., Boulder
                        Lilly Franklin, 3462 Cripple Creek Sq.
                        Fred Porter, 706 Iris




                                                                                           2/19/09
       This item was for information only. The Board directed staff to proceed with the list of
       necessary preparations as presented and discussed in hearing.

10:30 a.m.

                                   BUSINESS MEETING
                                                               ounter‖ mode)
               (10:34—10:58) (33:11, Tape No. 5/DAT recorder, ―c

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.     Administrative Services Department: Petition for Abatement or Refund of Taxes from
       Gary Buehler, ID #R0021300, recommended for denial by the Assessor (Petitioner has
       waived the referee hearing).

2.     County Attorney’s Office: Amended Intergovernmental Agreements with the City of
       Boulder and Town of Lyons for collection of County use taxes.

3.     Facilities Management Division: Award of RFP #5113-09, St. Vrain Air Handler Coil
       Replacement, to the lowest, most responsible bidder Contractor Heating ($27,835).

4.     Information Technology Division: Memorandum of Understanding with the City of
       Boulder (and other local governmental entities who wish to participate) for possible
       sharing and coordination of computer systems and services (no expenditure).

5.     Fleet Services Division: Contract with Spirae to convert standard Toyota Prius hybrids to
       plug-in hybrid electric vehicle status and add a vehicle-to-grid inverter ($60,000).

6.     Budget Office: 2009 contracts with non-profit agencies
       a.     Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley ($98,000);
       b.     Center for People with Disabilities ($185,000);
       c.     Attention, Inc. ($44,000);
       d.     Boulder County Legal Services ($50,000);
       e.     Boulder Day Nursery Association ($36,000);
       f.     St. Vrain Family Center ($39,800);
       g.     Alternatives for Youth ($65,000).

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 1 through 6. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(33:22)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

7.     Transportation Department: Resolution 2009-33, approving the temporary full-time
       closure of Niwot Road (Longview Drive to Overbrook Drive) during construction.

       Presenter:      Leslie Swirhun, Transportation Department




                                                                                              2/19/09
                                           ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(35:00)

8.    County Attorney’s Office: Antenna License Agreement with the University of Colorado for
      placement of an emergency siren on CU property at 1180 Marshall Road, to be operated
      by the Office of Emergency Management.

      Presenters:     Andy MacDonald, Assistant County Attorney
                      Dan Barber, Office of Emergency Management

                                           ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(36:05)

9.    Administrative Services Department: Petition for Abatement or Refund of Taxes from
      Samagra Melville, ID #R0034639, recommended for denial by the Assessor and approval
      by the referee, with a change in classification from vacant land to residential (2007 refund
      $4,989.74).

      Presenters:     Mike Koertje, Assistant County Attorney
                      Rex Westen, Assessor’s Office
                      Jerry Roberts, County Assessor
                      Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

      Speakers:       Mike Walter, Petitioners’ Agent

                                           ACTION

      Commissioner Domenico moved to hold an Executive Session regarding this item on
      March 4, 2009 for the purpose of receiving legal advice pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
      Legal Advice. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(43:47)

10.   Administrative Services Department: Petitions for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
      recommended for denial by the referee
      a.     1919 Street LLC, ID #R0512379 (2007);
      b.     ARB Properties LLC, ID #R0000577 (2007);
      c.     DIIG LLP, ID #R0106811(2006 & 2007);
      d.     Diafore LLC, ID #R0035692 (2006 & 2007);
      e.     Folcom LLC, George A. Vicenzi Trust, and Alan Goldstein, ID #R0005359
             (2006).

                                           ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(44:02)



                                                                                           2/19/09
Commissioners Matters

11.     Resolution 2009-18, U.S. Cool Counties Climate Stabilization Declaration.

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(44:11)

12.     Resolution 2009-34, adopting the Boulder County, Colorado, Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan.

        Presenter:       Merrie Harper, Sheriff’s Office

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(44:48)

Administrative Matters

13.     Scheduling and Communications.


        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 6:26 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                        2/19/09
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                     BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
February 24, 2009.

         The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:33 a.m. by Vice Chair Domenico
with the following present:

                                          Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                          Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                          Will Toor, Commissioner


[Note: At approximately 10:00 a.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

11:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket #DC-08-003 (Land Use Code Amendment – Forestry Processing and
Sort yards); Proposed text amendment for a new use classification in the Land Use Code.
Forestry processing and sort yards would accept wood, slash, woody biomass, or other organic
materials in order to mitigate wildfire risk, dispose of dead trees, and to promote a healthy forest.
(11:02 – 11:11) (1:17:50, Tape No. 6/DAT recorder, ―c     ounter‖ mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Abby Janusz, Land Use Department

        Present:         Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:        None

                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #DC-08-003, in accordance with staff
        recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
        discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0. (1:22:04)

2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Department of Housing and Human Services

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.




                                                                                            2/24/2009
1.   Monthly meeting with the Board of County Commissioners sitting as the Board of Human
     Services (see separate agenda); (2:02—2:52) (00:30, Tape No. 7/DAT recorder,
     ―counter‖ mode)

     The Board of Commissioners convened as the Board of Human Services to conduct the
     Human Services Monthly Board Meeting. This meeting is tape recorded, but minutes of
     the proceedings are kept separately by the Human Services Department staff, a copy of
     which may be found in the agenda file pertaining to this date’s proceedings.

2.   Monthly meeting with the Board of County Commissioners sitting as the Board of the
     Boulder County Housing Authority.(2:53—3:11) (26:00, Tape No. 7/DAT recorder,
     ―counter‖ mode)

     Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
     or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

     The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority Board to conduct the
     Housing Authority Monthly Board Meeting, whereupon it reconvened as the Board of
     County Commissioners.

     Presenters:     Frank Alexander, Housing Authority Director

     Speakers:       None

     Mr. Alexander presented the Board with monthly Director’s, Finance, Property
     Management, Section 8: HCV Program, Development and Rehabilitation, and Resident
     Services reports and updates. The Board took the following actions:

                                         ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved to adopt Housing Authority Resolution 2009-07, amending
     the budget for the Boulder County Housing Authority for the calendar year beginning the
      st
     1 day of January 2009 and ending the last day of December 2009. Commissioner
     Domenico seconded the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0. (30:07)

                                         ACTION

     Commissioner Domenico moved to adopt Housing Authority Resolution 2009-08,
     amending the budget for the Boulder County Housing Authority for the Calendar year
                    st
     beginning the 1 day of January 2009 and ending the last day of December 2009.
     Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0. (30:23)

                                         ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved to adopt Resolution 2009-09, for the purpose of approving
     RFP# 5075-08 for Financial Advisory Services for the Boulder County Housing Authority.
     Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0. (31:21)




                                                                                    2/24/2009
3:15 P.M.
PRESENTER: Commissioners’ Office
Employee of the Month Award for February. (3:16 – 3:24) (35:02, Tape No. 7/DAT recorder,
―counter‖ mode)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

In a ceremony held in the Commissioners’ Hearing Room, Brian Russell was named employee of
the month for February 2009. The employee of the month received a certificate, a lapel pin, and
a check for $200.

10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
                                                                  ounter‖ mode)
              (10:33 – 10:46) (1:11:18, Tape No. 6/DAT recorder, ―c

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.      District Attorney’s Office: Change in Administration form for the Equitable Sharing
        Agreement with the U.S. Departments of Justice and Treasury, following the election
        of Stanley L. Garnett as District Attorney.

2.      Sheriff’s Office: Annual construction contribution for the Humane Society of Boulder
        Valley ($32,378).

3.      Assessor’s Office: Impact Assistance Grant applications and Payments in Lieu of Taxes
        to Colorado State Parks ($155) and Colorado Division of Wildlife ($613), to offset the
        negative fiscal impacts of withdrawing land from County tax rolls.

4.      Transportation Department: On-call consulting services contract with Flatirons, Inc. (not
        to exceed $250,000).

5.      Budget Office: 2009 contracts with non-profit agencies
        a.     Longmont Emergency Unit ($58,710);
        b.     Boulder County Advocates for Transitional Housing ($25,000);
        c.     YWCA of Boulder County ($155,000).

6.      Parks and Open Space Department:
        a.     Contract with ESA, Inc. for deconstruction and demolition work at AHI Longmont
               Farms ($174,380);
        b.     Temporary Construction Easement Agreement, Utility Easement (Montgomery
               Farm property);
        c.     Notice of Property Restrictions (Longseth Conservation Easement).

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 2 through 6. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:11:35)




                                                                                         2/24/2009
DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

7.     Sheriff’s Office: Equitable Sharing Agreement and Certification to the U.S. Departments
       of Justice and Treasury regarding receipt and expenditure of federal asset forfeitures in
       2008 (Sheriff’s Office).

       Presenter:      Tony Cavalier, Sheriff’s Office

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:12:10)

8.     County Attorney’s Office:
       a.     Intergovernmental Agreement for Law Enforcement Services with the Town of
              Lyons;
       b.     Recommendation regarding an appeal of the District Court decision in O’Brien v.
              BOCC.

       Presenters:     Andy MacDonald, Assistant County Attorney (8a)
                       Conrad Lattes, Assistant County Attorney (8b)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8a. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:12:27)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8b. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:13:04)

9.     Community Services Department: Request for a bid waiver to purchase oral health services
       for Temporary Assistance to Needy Families clients from Dental Aid ($75,000 TANF
       Reserves), with attached contract.

       Presenter:      Robin Bohannan, Community Services Director

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:13:35)




                                                                                        2/24/2009
10.     Parks and Open Space Department:
        a.     Grant application to the Colorado Division of Wildlife Wetland Grant Program to
               help fund the Zaharias – Rock Creek Restoration Project ($75,000);
        b.     Request for budgeted capital outlay (estimated total $129,800) to purchase
                Skidsteer (estimated $14,800 after trade-in);
                Brush chipper ($40,000)
                Mini-excavator (estimated $22,000 after trade-in);
                Seed drill ($31,000);
                HVAC improvements at the Seed Room ($10,000);
                Weather stations ($12,000).

        Presenters:      Bridgette McCarthy, Parks and Open Space Department (10a)
                         Cat Trujillo, Parks and Open Space Department (10b)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10a. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:14:08)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10b. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:16:25)

Commissioners Matters

11.     Budget Office: 2009 Budget Adjustment Requests
        a.     Transportation Department ($4,000);
        b.     Eldorado Springs Fund ($235,058);
        c.     General Administration ($235,058).

        Presenter:       Margaret Parish, Budget Officer

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11a. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:16:50)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 11b & 11c. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:17:42)

Administrative Matters

12.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.



                                                                                       2/24/2009
        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 3:24 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                 2/24/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                      BOULDER COUNTY, MONDAY, MARCH 2, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
March 2, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 5:02 p.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

[Note: At approximately 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their
Small Conference Room.]

5:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Commissioners’ Office
Public Hearing: Biomass Sort Yard Selection. (5:02 – 6:21) (38:40, Tape No. 7/DAT recorder,
“counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Michele Krezek, Intergovernmental Relations Director
                        Ron West, Parks and Open Space Department
                        David Hoerath, Parks and Open Space Department
                        Scott Golden, Parks and Open Space Department
                        Therese Glowacki, Parks and Open Space Department

        Speakers:       Craig Jones, 2938 Kalmia Ave., #17, Boulder
                        Roger Cornell, 998 Highway 72, Nederland
                        Sue Bart, 881 N. Beaver Rd., Pinecliffe
                        Wayne Gipp, 288 N. Beaver Rd., Pinecliffe
                        Ross and Susan Dicken, 501 Ridge Rd., Nederland
                        Jennifer Stewart, 1107 Pine Glade Rd., Nederland
                        Wendy Cookler, 479 Hurricane Hill Rd., Nederland
                        Andrew Cookler, 479 Hurricane Hill Rd., Nederland
                        Jim Hagberg, 701 N. Beaver Rd., Pinecliffe

        This item was for information only. However, the Board did give direction to staff to move
        this item forward into a Land Use decision process.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 6:21 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                          3/2/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                       BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
March 3, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:02 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Appeal of the Land Use Director’s determination that lots 2 and 3, created
through the 2000 County-Canino Open Space purchase, are not exempt from Transfer
Development Credit (TDC) reauirements under Article 4-1306.A.5 of the Land Use Code. (9:02 –
10:10) (00:00, Tape No. 8/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Dale Case, Land Use Director

        Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:       Peter Dietz, applicant’s attorney

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Pearlman moved to enter into Executive Session in order to receive legal
        advice regarding this item, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal Advice. Commissioner
        Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (20:30)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to uphold the Land Use Director’s determination regarding
        this item. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (25:31)

11:00 A.M. PUBLIC COMMENT
Members of the public may address the Board of County Commissioners on any County-related
issue; (11:02 – 11:32) (28:10, Tape No. 8/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.




                                                                                          3/3/2009
                                                 th
        Speakers:       Elvis Licul, 13912 N. 87 St.
                                                 th
                        Greg Barker, 13900 N. 87 St.
                        Ken Sheldon, 279 Eldorado Springs Dr.
                        Joe Janicke, 176 Artesian Dr.
                        Alan Brown, 148 Artestian Dr.
                        David Levin, Eldorado Springs
                        Tony Delany, 52 Artesian Dr.

        Mr. Licul, and Mr. Barker addressed the Board regarding the use of biosolids. Mr.
        Sheldon, Mr. Janicke, Mr. Brown, Mr. Levin, and Mr. Delany expressed concerns
        regarding the Eldorado Springs Wastewater Project.

11:30 A.M.
PRESENTER: Rocky Mountain Rail Authority
Public Meeting: High Speed Rail Feasibility Study. (11:36 – 12:18) (43:47, Tape No. 8/DAT
recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Harry Dale, Commissioner, Clear Creek County

        This item was for information only.

[Note: Following the 11:30 a.m. item. and again at 2:15 p.m., the Board held administrative
meetings in their Small Conference Room.]

4:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Six-month review of Article 4-1300 of the Boulder County Land Use Code
(Expanded Transfer of Development Rights program, including structure size considerations),
including a review of the companion Site Plan Review regulations and related definition
amendments, all as adopted in Resolution 2008-72 approving Docket DC-05-002h, effective
August 8, 2008); Six-month review of the above-described Land Use Code amendments as
mandated in Article 4-1307 of the Code. The purpose of the hearing will be to hear staff
comments, take public testimony, and have Board discussion on the subject amendments and
how they have been operating since their implementation last August. No additional proposed
regulatory amendments have been authorized at this time or will be presented by staff at this
review hearing. Based on this review hearing, the Board may direct staff to prepare further
amendments for formal consideration at a later date (of which the public will receive notice) or
take other action as the Board deems appropriate. (4:02 – 5:59) (00:05, Tape No. 9/DAT
recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Kim Sanchez, Land Use Department
                        Dale Case, Land Use Director

        Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney




                                                                                            3/3/2009
                                                         th
       Speakers:        J. Harvey Yoakum, 14707 N. 95 , Longmont
                        Mike Repucci, 2521 Broadway, Boulder
                        Leyla Steele, 2275 Forest Ave
                        Richard Lefcourt, 915 Koss, Erie
                        Dirk Arnold, 13609 Gold Hill Rd., Boulder
                        Sam Nishek, 5201 Euclid Ave., Boulder
                        Judy Snell, 2693 Riverside Dr., Raymond
                        Bill Ellis, 3202 Riverside Dr., Raymond
                                                        th
                        Dick Schillawski, 1160 N. 119 St., Lafayette
                        Trina Peterson, 74 Pennsylvania Gulch, Nederland
                        Doug Grant, 1217 Fox Hill Dr., Longmont

       This item was for information only, with the Board giving only general direction to staff.

10:30 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:33 – 10:37) (25:54, Tape No. 8/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS

1.     Road Maintenance Division: IRS 8038-G Forms for the previously-approved lease/
       purchase of a roller and a track hoe from Caterpillar.

2.     County Attorney’s Office:
       a.     Resolution 2009-35, approving Docket DC-08-003 (Land Use Code Text Am-
              endments – Forestry Processing & Sort Yard);
       b.     Intergovernmental Agreement with the Town of Nederland for collection of
              County use tax.

3.     Awards to the lowest, most responsible bidders:
       a.     Parks and Open Space RFP #5112-09, Crane and Transportation Service,to
              Boulder Valley Crane Service (crane $150 - $170 per hour and truck/trailer
              $120 - $140 per hour);
       b.     Longs Peak Energy Conservation Bid #5114-09, 18-Foot Cube Truck, to Daniels
              Chevrolet ($43,047);
       c.     Road Maintenance Bid #5124-09, Used Forklift, to United Rentals ($29,950);
       d.     Transportation contract for the Rock Creek Trail Project – U.S. 287 to Dillon
              Road, awarded to L&M Enterprises ($578,219.90).

4.     Contracts:
       a.     Budget Office 2009 non-profit agency contract with Project YES ($30,000);
       b.     Architects Division contract with Contractor Plumbing & Heating for HVAC work
              at the Annex building ($110,764);
       c.     Transportation Department contract with Concrete Structures, Inc. for Niwot
              Road bridge box culvert wingwalls & headwalls ($34,316.35);
       d.     Transportation Department license agreement and construction & maintenance
              agreement with Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad for a crossing to connect
              Carolyn Holmberg Preserve at Rock Creek Farm to the trail system north of Dillon
              Road;
       e.     Contract with Northstar Concrete, Inc. for the Tracy Lateral Ditch Piping Project
              ($148,032.50);
       f.     Community Action Programs renewal of the Community Services Block Grant
              agreement with the Colorado Department of Local Affairs ($328,017 revenue);
       g.     Parks and Open Space amendment to the Bailey – Kenosha water engineering
              services contract with Leonard Rice Engineers to comply with Amendment 54.



                                                                                            3/3/2009
5.     Community Services Department: Grant application to the U.S. Department of Health &
       Human Services for funding to continue the Drug Free Communities Support Program
       ($100,000).

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 1 through 5. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(26:04)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Commissioners Matters

6.     Administrative Deputy: Support for the National Association of Regional Councils (NARC)
       conference hosted by the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) ($1,000).

       Presenter:       Jana Petersen, Commissioners’ Administrative Deputy

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(26:22)

7.     Boards and Commissions:
       a.     Appointments & reappointments to the Aging Advisory Council;
       b.     Reappointment to the Citizen Review Panel;
       c.     Resignation from the Fire Code Review Committee.

       Presenter:       Jana Petersen, Commissioners’ Administrative Deputy

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved to reappoint: Mike Befeler, Marietta Gonzales, Gretchen
       Heuring, Ruth Waukau, Rebecca Gerr, and Barbara Petersen; and to also appoint
       Jennifer Schmanski, and Barbara Wilson to the Aging Advisory Council. Commissioner
       Domenico seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(26:49)

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved to reappoint Barry Erdman and Ann Goldfarb to the Citizen
       Review Panel. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(26:57)




                                                                                     3/3/2009
                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Pearlman moved to rescind the Board’s previous appointment of Jeffery
        Maxwell to the Fire Code Review Committee. Commissioner Domenico seconded the
        motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(27:17)

8.      Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, March 4, as
        follows:
        a.       10:15 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
                 Legal Advice;
        b.       2:30 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                 24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8a for the purpose of discussing the
        Melville abatement petition, an amicus brief in a Jefferson County/Board of Assessment
        Appeals court case, Land Use Code Article 4-1300 regarding regulatory issues for 2000
        Canino Open Space purchase lots, a zoning/building code enforcement at 821 Hummer
        Drive, and the Clinica option agreement issue. Commissioner Domenico seconded the
        motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(27:55)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8b. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(28:05)

Administrative Matters

9.      Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 5:59 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                        3/3/2009
                    MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

                        BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 2009



        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office of
the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Thursday,
March 5, 2009.


        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:00 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:



                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair

                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair

                                         Will Toor, Commissioner



[Note: At approximately 12:00 p.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]



2:00 P.M.

PRESENTER: Transportation Department

Public Hearing: 2009 Capital Improvement Plan Projects. (2:04 – 2:50) (00:05, Tape No. 10/DAT
recorder, “counter” mode)



        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
        regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.



        Presenters:      George Gerstle, Transportation Department Director


        Speakers:        None



                                               ACTION


        Commissioner Toor moved to approval of the 2009 Capital Improvement Plan Projects as
        proposed and discussed in hearing. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.



                                                                                              3/5/2009
        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (21:48)



3:00 P.M.

PRESENTER: Land Use Department

Public Hearing: Revisions to Boulder County Amendments to the Building Code & Contractor
Licensing; Review and update of the Boulder County Amendments to the Building Code and
revisions to the Contractor Licensing Code. (Tabled from 02/19/09). (3:02 – 3:34) (23:03, Tape No.
10/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)



        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
        regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.



        Presenters:       Jeff Dwight, Chief Building Official


        Present:          Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney



        Speakers:         Doug Kladder, 17250 Highway 115, Colorado Springs



                                                ACTION


        Commissioner Toor moved to approve the revisions to the Boulder County Amendments to
        the Building Code & Contractor Licensing as presented and discussed. Commissioner
        Domenico seconded the motion.


        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (36:35)



10:30 a.m.



                                         BUSINESS MEETING
                   (10:32 – 11:04) (58:30, Tape No. 9/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)



NEW BUSINESS:




                                                                                           3/5/2009
CONSENT ITEMS:



1.     Administrative Services Department: Petitions for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
       recommended for approval by the Assessor

       a.      Carl Beitelshees, ID #R0060715 (2007 refund $9,800.34 & 2008 refund $10.050.68);

       b.      Thomas Hart & Linda Kaumeyer, ID #R0512713 (2008 refund $3,161.86);

       c.      Mark & Sandra Ivan, ID #R0118974 (2007 refund $1,879.78 & 2008 refund
               $2,230.98);

       d.      Karen Promuto & Lloyd Brady, ID #R0034638 (2008 refund $3,888.38);

       e.      Steel Yards LLC, ID #R0509721 (2008 refund $2,822.08);

       f.      Ute Creek Apartments LLC, ID #R0129039 (2008 refund $3,341.84);

       g.      Wallner Family Trust, ID #R0508267 (2007 refund $1,458.48);

       h.      Joseph, Peggy & Steven Zeren, ID #R0033968 (2007 refund $1,621.14 & 2008
               refund $1,678.38).



2.     Human Resources Division: Renewal of the administrative services agreement with
       Connecticut General Life Insurance Company ($614,000).


                                            ACTION


       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 1 & 2. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.



       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(58:36)



DISCUSSION ITEMS:



Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters



3.     County Attorney’s Office: Position statement seeking recognition of lack of federal
       preemption of local green building code provisions in federal energy-efficient home
       appliance laws (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio).



                                                                                             3/5/2009
                                            ACTION


       Commissioner Pearlman moved approval of Item No. 3. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.



       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(59:30)



4.     Transportation Department:
                                                                                       rd
       a.      Resolution 2009-36, approving the temporary full-time closure of North 63 Street
               (Niwot Road to Oxford Road) during construction work;

       b.      Recommendation to not call up Floodway Development Permit No. 09-03FW,
               issued to Adam & Brittany Goldberg (3363 Riverside Drive, Lyons) for review.



       Presenter:      Dave Webster, Transportation Department (4b)


                                            ACTION


       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 4a. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.



       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(59:49)



[Note: The Board took no action on Item No. 4b.]



5.     Administrative Services Department: Petition for Abatement or Refund of 2007 Taxes from
       Samagra Melville, ID #R0034639, recommended for denial by the Assessor and approval
       by the Referee, with a change in classification from vacant land to residential (refund
       $4,989.74 if Referee recommendation approved). Tabled from 2/19/09.


                                            ACTION


       Commissioner Toor moved approval or the referee’s recommendation regarding Item No. 5.
       Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.




                                                                                            3/5/2009
       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:00:58)



6.     Human Resources Division:

       a.     Administrative Services Department proposal for construction staff reductions in the
              Architect Division;

       b.     Financial Services Division request for a new full-time Accountant II position to
              support the ClimateSmart loan program.



       Presenters:      Joe Heard, Human Resources Division

                        Margaret Parish, Budget Officer (6b)


                                             ACTION


       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6a. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.



       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:01:38)


                                             ACTION


       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6b. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.



       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:03:29)



Commissioners Matters


7.     Budget Office: 2009 Budget Adjustment Request for the ClimateSmart Loan Program
       ($90,000).


       Presenter:       Margaret Parish, Budget Officer




                                                                                            3/5/2009
                                         ACTION


     Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Toor seconded
     the motion.



     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:04:15)



8.   Administrative Deputy: Final details for ClimateSmart Loan Workshops
     a.     Term of the bonds;
     b.     “Not to exceed” interest rate on applications.

     Presenter:     Jana Petersen, Commissioners’ Deputy

                                         ACTION


     Commissioner Toor moved to set the term of the Climate Smart Loans at fifteen years.
     Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.



     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:04:48)


                                         ACTION


     Commissioner Domenico moved approval of a “Not to exceed” interest rates of 6.75% for
     the income qualified category and 8.75% for the open category. Commissioner Toor
     seconded the motion.



     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:06:12)


9.   Intergovernmental Relations Director: Request from the Conservation Leaders Network for
     letters to Senators Udall and Bennett supporting balanced fish & wildlife management on
     federal public lands.

     Presenter:     Michele Krezek, Intergovernmental Relations Director

                                         ACTION


     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9 with the text changes discussed in
     hearing. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.




                                                                                      3/5/2009
      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:09:05)


10.   Policy Analyst: Legislative Update
      a.      HB09-1149: Solar Home Prewire and Consultation;
      b.      HB09-1282: Electronic Device Recycling Task Force;

      c.     SB09-020: Wild Land-Urban Fire Chain of Command;

      d.     SB09-039: Conserve Energy Tiered Rates Incentive;

      e.     SB09-051: Renewable Energy Financing Act;

      f.     SB09-052: Waste Tire Fee Higher Ed Research Fund;

      g.     SB09-094: Create Transit and Rail Division in CDOT.


      Presenter:     Michele Krezek, Intergovernmental Relations Director

                                         ACTION


      In separate motions, Commissioner Domenico moved to support HB09-1149, SB09-020,
      and SB09-094. Commissioner Toor seconded the motions.



      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:10:28,

                                                                            1:11:38, 1:13:48)


                                         ACTION


      In separate motions, Commissioner Toor moved to support HB09-1282, SB09-039, and
      SB09-051. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motions.



      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:10:44,

                                                                            1:12:24, 1:12:43)


                                         ACTION


      Commissioner Toor moved to monitor SB09-052. Commissioner Domenico seconded the
      motion.



      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:13:26)



                                                                                        3/5/2009
11.     Ratification of Vice Chair Domenico’s 2/27/09 approval of a Sheriff’s Office grant application to
        the Colorado Division of Criminal Justice for the Footsteps Program, to provide mental health
        services to Jail inmates ($249,044), which had a deadline of 2/27/09.


                                              ACTION


        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.



        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:15:04)


Administrative Matters



12.     Scheduling and Communications.



        None.



13.     Legislative Update on HB09-1284: Concerning corridor Capacity Strategic Planning.



        Presenter:       Michele Krezek, Intergovernmental Relations Director


                                              ACTION


        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 13. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.



        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:14:51)




        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 3:34 p.m.




                                                                                              3/5/2009
________________________________

Deputy Clerk to the Board



[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on file
and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                    3/5/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                     BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
March 10, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:32 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair (excused all day)
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

[Note: At approximately 2:00 p.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
               (10:32 – 10:56) (38:40, Tape No. 10/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.      Commissioners’ Office: Contract renewals with the Center for Resource Conservation
        a.    Residential energy audits ($26,839);
        b.    Insulate & seal and thermal rebate programs ($30,000).

2.      Parks and Open Space Department:
        a.     Contract with the City of Longmont for 2009 Youth Corps services ($32,475);
        b.     Renewal of the continuing services contract with A1 Organics for forestry work
               (not to exceed $25,000).

3.      Workforce Boulder County: Expenditure Authorizations
        a.     Individual training accounts ($60,000 revenue);
        b.     Workforce Investment Act Summer Job Hunt and Wagner-Peyser funding ($79,815
               revenue).

4.      Budget Office: 2009 contracts with non-profit agencies
        a.     Boulder Shelter for the Homeless ($140,000);
        b.     Clinica Campesina ($595,000);
        c.     Volunteer Connection ($98,597);
        d.     Volunteer Connection – FOCUS ($25,000);
        e.     Access Counseling ($90,000);
        f.     Rocky Mountain Rescue Group ($31,000);
        g.     Retired Senior Volunteer Program ($70,000);
        h.     Boulder Valley Women’s Health ($175,000);
        i.     Boulder Emergency Squad ($98,000 plus $10,000 one-time funding for the Wild-
               land Fire Training Pilot Program).




                                                                                           3/10/2009
5.     Other contracts:
       a.      Transportation Department contract with Walsh Environmental Scientists &
               Engineers for 2009 on-call consulting services (not to exceed $250,000);
       b.      Resource Conservation Division contract with Clean Harbors Environmental
               Services for hazardous waste services ($150,000);
       c.      Resource Conservation Division renewal of the contract with Frachetti Engineering
               for sewer engineering services in Eldorado Springs ($300,000);
       d.      Human Resources Division renewal of the contract with Healthbreak, Inc. for the
               employee wellness & health promotion programs ($226,000);
       e.      Sheriff’s Office renewal of the contract with Denver Water Board for patrol
               services ($50,000 revenue).

6.     Architects Division award of RFP #5109-09, Natural Gas Generators, to the only bidder
       Always Power LLC (30 KW $20,884 / 200KW $77,091.40).

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 1 through 6. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(38:48)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

7.     County Attorney’s Office:
       a.     Ordinance 2009-1: Agricultural Fire Notification, "Red Flag" Day Fire Ban.
              Approved on First Reading 2/19/09;
       b.     Request to file an amicus brief in Gerganoff v. Board of Assessment Appeals and
              Jefferson County Board of Equalization.

       Presenters:     Andy Macdonald, Assistant County Attorney (7a)
                       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney (7a)
                       Mike Koertje, Assistant County Attorney (7b)

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved to adopt Ordinance 2009-1 on second reading and to publish
       said ordinance by title only in the Longmont Times Call. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(30:50)

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7b. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(40:34)

8.     Human Resources Division: County Attorney’s Office request to waive the competitive
       recruiting requirement to fill a 50% term FTE County Attorney I position.

       Presenter:      Joe Heard, Human Resources Division




                                                                                      3/10/2009
                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(41:40)

9.     Parks and Open Space Department:
       a.     Conversion of 2 development rights from the Bailey-Kenosha Ponds property to 20
              Transferable Development Credits (TDCs);
                                                        rd
       b.     Proposed access easement from North 63 Street for a driveway to the house on
              the AHI Longmont Farms property;
       c.     Proposed amendment to the Keyes North property Declaration of Covenants,
              Conditions and Restrictions to allow a paved trail parallel to St. Vrain Creek.

       Presenters:      Jan Burns, Parks and Open Space Department (9a)
                        Mel Stonebraker, Parks and Open Space Department (9b)
                        Larry Hoyt, County Attorney (9b)
                        Bridgette McCarthy, Parks and Open Space Department (9c)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9a. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(43:12)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9b. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(44:30)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9c. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(45:15)

Commissioners Matters

10.    Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March
       10, with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal Advice to
       discuss issues related to the Land Use Code update process.

       Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(45:42)


                                                                                      3/10/2009
11.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, March 11, as
        follows:
        a.       2:30 p.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
                 Legal Advice;
        b.       3:45 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                 24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11a for the purpose of discussing the
        Goldbranch PUD and application of BuildSmart regulations, a zoning enforcement issue
        for the Martin property, and the Clinica purchase option. Commissioner Pearlman
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0 (46:03)

                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11b. Commissioner Pearlman
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(46:10)

Administrative Matters

12.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

13.     Sheriff’s Office: Request for ratification of the Sheriff’s decision to declare Level One Fire
        Restrictions as described in hearing.
        Presenter:        Andy MacDonald, Assistant County Attorney
                          Jay Stalnacker, Sheriff’s Office

                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 13. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(49:02)

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 10:56 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                            3/10/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                    BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, March 12, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:32 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair (excused all day)
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

[Note: At approximately 2:00 p.m., the Board met with Boulder County Public Health staff in their
Small Conference Room regarding biosolids.]

10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
               (10:32 – 10:45) (50:55, Tape No. 10/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.      Community Services Department: Amendment to the contract with the OMNI Institute for
        CHP+/Medicaid Project Evaluation and Self-Sufficiency Projects to increase the scope of
        work and add Amendment 54 compliance language (additional $78,941).

2.      Resource Conservation Division: Renewal of the contract with Fischer Construction for the
        Eldorado Springs sewer system, with increased scope of work (additional $147,500).

3.      Informational Technology Division: Award of RFP #5110-09, HP Printer Maintenance, to
        the lowest, most responsible bidder Syntron ($50 per hour + $25 per call).

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 1 through 3 with the exception of the
        “increased scope of work” portion of Item No. 2 (which was withdrawn prior to hearing).
        Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(51:21)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

4.      TDC Clearinghouse Administrator: Proposed sale of 1 Transferable Development Credit
        to Becker Communities LLC ($10,000).

        Presenter:       Ruth Becker, TDC Clearinghouse Administrator




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                                          ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 4. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(51:58)

5.   Transportation Department: Resolution 2009-39, approving the temporary closure of
     Idylwild Trail (Harvest Road to Cottonwood Drive) for installation of a City of Boulder
     water line.

     Presenter:      Leslie Swirhun, Transportation Department

                                          ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(52:23)

6.   Sheriff’s Office: Amended Equitable Sharing Agreement and Certification for Drug Task
     Force forfeited assets, for the fiscal year ending 9/30/08.

     Presenter:      Tony Cavalier, Sheriff’s Office

                                          ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(52:56)

7.   Community Services Department: Grant applications to
     a.   Colorado Department of Behavioral Health, for Law Enforcement Assistance Fund
          monies to support the Boulder County Healthy Youth Alliance ($57,614);
     b.   Caring for Colorado Foundation, for funding to support the Boulder County Healthy
          Kids Initiative ($50,000).

     Presenters:     Leisha Conners Bauer, Community Services Department (7a)
                     Dawn Joyce, Community Services Department (7b)

                                          ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7a. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(53:27)

                                          ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7b. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(53:45)




                                                                                       3/12/2009
8.     County Attorney’s Office: Consideration of a petition to create the Eldorado Springs
       Local Improvement District II to fund construction of an electric system related to the
       community sewer project, with Resolution 2009-40 creating the District.

       Presenter:      Jeff Callahan, Resource Conservation Division Manager

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Pearlman moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(56:13)

Housing Authority Board Matters:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Items No. 9 & 10, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

9.     Housing Authority Resolution 2009-06, approving Solicitation of Qualifications (SOQ)
       #5068-08 and related service contracts for Housing Authority maintenance projects and
       Longs Peak Energy Conservation weatherization & housing rehabilitation programs.
       Service contracts (not to exceed $250,000 each) are with:
       Weecycle Environmental                          Custom Environmental Services
       AA Plumbing                                     AAA Roofing
       Quality Construction of Colorado                KJ Builders
       A&B Construction                                Black Bear Inspections
       Applied Comfort Mechanical                      Aggregate Industries
       Accent Painting                                 NGP Painting
       New Windows for America                         Pestrite
       Olde English Masonry                            Nixcavating
       Roof Check                                      S.C. Holley Construction
       Fashion Carpet & Tile                           Sullivan Septic
       Turning Leaf Painting                           Keene Concrete
       Lawton Energy Saving Solutions                  A&H Roofing
       Stephen Strand Handyman

       Presenter:      Jim Wilson, Housing Authority

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(56:51)

10.    Housing Authority Resolution 2009-10, approving Request for Proposals (RFP) #5118-09
       to contract with SRT Electric for aluminum wiring upgrades at the Cottonwood and
       Geneseo Street sites.

       Presenter:      Jim Wilson, Housing Authority




                                                                                          3/12/2009
                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No.10 Commissioner Pearlman seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(57:24)

Commissioners Matters

11.     Letter to the Colorado Historical Society supporting Left Hand Grange’s grant application
        to help fund rehabilitation work.

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(57:31)

12.     Ratification of the Chair’s 3/10/09 signature on a letter to the Colorado Department of
        Public Health and Environment supporting a grant application to create Recycle Row.

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(57:39)

Administrative Matters

13.     Scheduling and Communications.


        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 10:45 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                          3/12/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                      BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
March 17, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:32 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

[Note: At approximately 11:00 a.m., the Board held a lunch meeting in the Dickey Lee
Hullinghorst Room with the food & Agricultural Policy Council.]

12:30 P.M.
PRESENTER: Ken Meter, Crossroads Resource Center
Public Meeting: Presentation on Boulder County Food System Research, a look at data collected
from various agencies as indicators of the Boulder County food system and an interpretation of
that data. (12:39 – 2:02) (00:09, Tape No. 11/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Ken Meter, Crossroads Resource Center

        This item was for information only.

2:30 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket BCCP-08-001 (Boulder County Comprehensive Plan Revision); Draft
Townsite Plan for Eldorado Springs, for inclusion into the Boulder County Comprehensive Plan.
The proposed area is located in the Forestry (F), Estate Residential (ER), Manufactured Home
Park (MH), and Business (B) Zoning Districts, former townsite of Eldorado Springs, Boulder
County, Colorado. (2:36 – 2:59) (41:43, Tape No. 11/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Janice Biletnikoff, Land Use Department

        Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:       David Levin, 96 Artesian, Eldorado Springs
                        Doug Larson, Eldorado Springs
                        Alan Brown, Eldorado Springs
                        Steve Meloncon, Eldorado Springs




                                                                                         3/17/2009
                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved to advance Docket #BCCP-08-001 to the Planning
       Commission for their consideration. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (52:55)

10:30 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:32 – 10:41) (57:43, Tape No. 10/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.     Financial Services Division: Warrants Issued Report for February.

2.     Information Technology Division: Award of RFP #5117-09, Wyse Thin Client Devices &
       Software, to 2 vendors to achieve the best pricing (New Tech for thin client devices and
       the Root Group for software).

3.     Contracts:
       a.     Architects Division lease agreement with Jack & Donna Petrie and John &
              Suzanne Mulkey for Boulder County Public Health office space at 1030 Boston
              Ave, Longmont ($112,073 for 3-year lease);
       b.     Commissioners Office grant-award contract with the Colorado Department of
              Local Affairs for the Energy & Mineral Impact Assistance Program for acquisition
              and installation of energy-efficient equipment for the County, the Cities of
              Boulder, Louisville & Lafayette, and the Towns of Superior, Nederland & Lyons
              ($500,000);
       c.     Resource Conservation Division renewal of the contract with Eco-Cycle for
              environmental education, recycling & composting services ($150,131).

4.     Parks and Open Space Department: Colorado Department of Revenue Form 1303
       (Edward Shure), Colorado Department of Revenue Form 1303 (Timmerhus, Inc.), and
       IRS Form 8283 for the donation of the Timmerhus Conservation Easement.

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 1 through 4. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(57:51)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

5.     County Attorney’s Office: Travelers Casualty & Surety Company of America Bond
       #105228761 for Brittney Danielle McCoy, Deputy Coroner ($25,000).

       Presenter:      Larry Hoyt, County Attorney




                                                                                        3/17/2009
                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(58:09)

6.     Human Resources Division: Healthy Youth Alliance request to eliminate a 0.8 FTE
       Program Specialist I position and lay off the incumbent.

       Presenter:       Joe Heard, Human Resources Division Manager

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(58:37)

Commissioners Matters

7.     Diversity Liaison: Recommendation to support activities related to Cesar Chavez
       celebrations in Lafayette during March & April ($1,000).

       Presenter:       Peter Salas, Diversity Liaison

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(59:01)

8.     Policy Analyst: Legislative Update
       a.      HB 1272 Implementation of Amendment 50 – State Historical Fund;
       b.      HB 1293 Colorado Healthcare Affordability Act.

       Presenter:       Megan Davis, Policy Analyst

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved to support HB 1272 and HB 1293. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:01:28)

9.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, March 18, as
       follows:
       a.       10:15 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
                Legal Advice;
       b.       3:45 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.




                                                                                     3/17/2009
        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 9a for the purpose of discussing
        the Clinica option on the Kaiser Permanente Building, authorship of an article for the
        Labor Lawyer by Madeline Meacham, the Sanchez-Ploog item, and the Gold Branch
        offsite energy impacts mitigation possibilities. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:01:56)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9b. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:02:00)

Administrative Matters

10.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 2:59 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                      3/17/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                    BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, March 19, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:33 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

9:30 A.M.
PRESENTER: Commissioners’ Office
Employee of the Month Award (at employee location).

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

In a ceremony held in the Sunquist Building at 3482 Broadway, Terri Scott was named employee
of the month for March 2009. The employee of the month received a certificate, a lapel pin, and a
check for $200. There is no tape of this event as it was held offsite.

11:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Community Services Department
Public Meeting: Community Action Programs Annual Report. (11:04 – 11:17) (58:35, Tape No.
11/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Janet Heimer, Community Action Program

        This item was for information only.

11:15 A.M.
PRESENTER: Community Services Department
Public Meeting: Volunteer Initiatives Annual Report. (11:22 – 11:51) (1:05:57, Tape No. 11/DAT
recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Deb Olszonowicz, Community Services Department

        This item was for information only.

 [Note: At approximately 1:30 p.m., Commissioner Toor was presented the Colorado Solar
Energy Industries Award in the Commissioners Hearing Room. This item was not recorded for
lack of quorum.]




                                                                                          3/19/2009
10:30 a.m.

                                   BUSINESS MEETING
             (10:33 – 10:45) (52:46, Tape No. 11/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.     County Attorney’s Office: Resolution 2009-37, denying an appeal of the Land Use
       Director’s determination regarding the Canino-County Open Space purchase.

2.     Administrative Services Department: Petitions for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
       recommended for approval by the Assessor
       a.     Michael & Paula Bents, ID #R0500927 (2008 refund $1,092.72);
       b.     Ellwood Rentals LLC, ID #R0002310 (2007 refund $1,607.72);
       c.     Ellwood Rentals LLC, ID #R0002314 (2007 refund $1,720.28);
       d.     Gem Holdings LLC, ID #R0500928 (2008 refund $1,021.66);
       e.     Gem Holdings LLC, ID #R0500929 (2008 refund $1,397.00);
       f.     William & Eliese Person, ID #R0500922 (2008 refund $1,597.64);
       g.     Robert & Jennifer Haney, Trustees, ID #R0123530 (2008 refund $2,463.04);
       h.     David Chapman & Hollis Hope, ID #R0148941 (2007 refund $4,484.06 & 2008
              refund $4,642.42).

3.     Budget Office: 2009 non-profit agency contract with Blue Sky Bridge ($32,000).

4.     Commissioners Office: 2009 Economic Development Program contracts
       a.    Lafayette Chamber of Commerce ($27,000);
       b.    Longmont Chamber of Commerce ($46,475).

5.     Transportation Department: Agreement with the Boulder & White Rock Ditch Company
       and the Left Hand Irrigation Company concerning bridge replacement projects on Niwot
       Road.

6.     Housing and Human Services Department: Amendments to Temporary Assistance to
       Needy Families (TANF) Reserves agreements with the Community Services Department,
       to extend the contracts and add TANF-related language
       a.      Comprehensive oral care ($75,000);
       b.      Community needs assessment & program planning ($249,895);
       c.      Information & referral services ($447,090);
       d.      Community development & training ($370,789);
       e.      Case management & database plan ($673,693);
       f.      Improve access & utilization of XCHIP/Medicaid benefits ($657,361).

7.     Housing and Human Services Department: Amendments to TANF Reserves agreements
       with the City of Boulder, to extend the contracts and add TANF-related language
       a.       Latina Family Child Licensing Program ($25,000);
       b.       Child care resource & referral ($27,000);
       c.       Child care recruitment & child care quality improvement ($68,068);
       d.       Comprehensive early childhood system ($200,000);
       e.       Family, Friend & Neighbor Project ($303,000).

8.     Housing and Human Services Department: Amendment to the TANF Reserves agreement
       with the Mental Health Center of Boulder County for the Community Infant Program and
       Circulo Program, to extend the contract and add TANF-related language ($186,791).




                                                                                        3/19/2009
9.     Parks and Open Space Department:
       a.     Notices of Property Restrictions for the Turner and Rocky Mountain Mammoth
              Lode properties;
       b.     Extension of the grant-funded agreement with the Natural Resources
              Conservation Service for the Farm & Ranch Lands Protection Program.

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 1 through 9. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(52:59)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

10.    Community Services Department: Grant applications to the Colorado Division of Criminal
       Justice for Juvenile Accountability Block Grant funding
       a.       REACH/School Liaison program ($27,500);
       b.       Female-specific services ($29,500).

       Presenter:       Susan Caskey, Assistant Director, IMPACT

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(53:26)

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item No. 11, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

Housing Authority Board Matters:

11.    Housing Authority Resolution 2009-11, authorizing signature authority to Lisa Bangs to
       sign pay requests made to the Colorado Division of Housing for expenses incurred on the
       Home Rehab Loan Program.

       Presenter:       Jim Wilson, Housing Authority staff

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 11. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(53:58)

Commissioners Matters

12.    Budget Office: 2009 Budget Adjustment Requests
       a.     District Attorney’s Office ($9,271);
       b.     Transportation Department ($72,000).




                                                                                     3/19/2009
        Presenter:       Margaret Parish, Budget Officer

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12a. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(54:30)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 12b. Commissioner Toor
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(55:07)

Administrative Matters

13.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

14.     Commissioners Matters: Staff recommendation that the Board support SB-148, Bicycle
        Safety Bill.

        Presenters:      Megan Davis, Policy Analyst,
                         Michelle Krezek, Intergovernmental Relations Director

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to support SB-148. Commissioner Toor seconded the
        motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(58:28)


        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 11:51 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                    3/19/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                     BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
March 24, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:34 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner (excused all day)

10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:34 – 10:40) (1:20:35, Tape No. 11/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.      Housing and Human Services Department:
        a.     On-Call Employee Vehicle Information Form for Frank Alexander;
        b.     Extension of the Memorandum of Understanding with the Community Services
               Department for the Personal Investment Enterprise program ($60,000);
        c.     Extension of the Memorandum of Understanding with Boulder County Public
               Health for services provided to Family Integrated Treatment Court ($75,000).

2.      Contracts:
        a.     Parks and Open Space Department vehicle lease agreement with Kline Van &
               Specialty Rental for summer Youth Corps transport ($51,285.39);
        b.     Resource Conservation Division contract with Western Disposal Services for
               trash collection from County buildings ($46,500);
        c.     Facilities Management Division contract with Contractor Heating for air handler
               coil replacement at the St. Vrain Building ($28,120);
        d.     Information Technology Division amendment to the telephone system maintenance
                                                th
               contract (City of Boulder and 20 Judicial District) with Pyramid Communications
                                                                        th
               Services, covering 4/1/09 through 12/31/09, with only 4 Quarter 2009 needing to
               be funded due to previous funding approval for the first three quarters ($40,075.70
               which will be reimbursed by City and Courts);
        e.     Budget Office 2009 non-profit agency contract with the Immigrant Legal Center of
               Boulder County ($40,000);
        f.     Budget Office 2009 non-profit agency contract with the Emergency Family
               Assistance Association ($115,000);
        g.     Transportation Department contract with L&M Enterprises for the Rock Creek Trail
               Project (US 287 to Dillon Road $578,219.90).

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 1 & 2. Commissioner Pearlman
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:20:46)




                                                                                         3/24/2009
DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

3.     Transportation Department: Special Event Application for County Roads from Boulder
       Racing for the Koppenburg Bicycle Race on Sunday, March 29 (7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)

       Presenter:       Anita Riley, Transportation Department

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 3. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:21:08)

4.     Parks and Open Space Department:
       a.     Grant application to the State Historical Fund for Cardinal Mill stabilization work
              ($214,961), with request for County contribution of admin costs ($1,442);
       b.     Surface Use Agreement with Noble Energy for a proposed oil & gas well on the
              Ludlow property;
       c.     Award of RFP #5104-09, Bishop Property Agricultural Lease, to Dwayne Cushman.

       Presenter:       Carol Beam, Parks and Open Space Department (4a)
                        Matt Adeletti, Parks and Open Space Department (4b)
                        Phill Leffler, Parks and Open Space Department (4c)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 4a. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:21:30)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 4b. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:22:04)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 4c. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:22:41)

Commissioners Matters

5.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, March 25, as
       follows:
       a.       10:15 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
                Legal Advice;
       b.       2:15 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.



                                                                                      3/24/2009
        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 5a for the purpose of discussing a
        claim against the Housing Authority, the Nobel Oil Drilling on Open Space and Housing
        Authority Land, potential settlement in the Shupe Appeal, the Clinica option for the Kaiser
        Permanente Building, and Health South.. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the
        motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:23:17)

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 5b. Commissioner Pearlman
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:23:26)

Administrative Matters

6.      Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 10:40 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                          3/24/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                    BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, March 26, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:31 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner (excused all day)

10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
               (10:31 – 11:01) (00:05, Tape No. 12/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.      County Attorney’s Office: Resolution 2009-38, approving amendments to the Boulder
        County Building Code effective April 1, 2009.

2.      Transportation Department: Change Order #1 to the contract with Concrete Structures, Inc.
        for the replacement of bridges on Niwot Road over the Boulder Lefthand and Boulder
        Whiterock Ditches, for additional work to relocate a gas line ($21,849).

3.      Information Technology Division: Award of RFP #5116-09, Folder/Inserter/Printer for
        Printing & Mailing, to the lowest, most responsible bidder Pitney Bowes ($26,477).

4.      Contracts:
        a.     Commissioners Office contract with the Daily Camera for County advertising
               (minimum $100,000 to qualify for discount pricing);
        b.     Commissioners Office agreement with the City of Louisville to pass-through
               Colorado Department of Local Affairs energy grant funds ($131,250);
        c.     Architects Division continuing services contract with The RMH Group for
               mechanical & electrical engineering consulting (not to exceed $80,000);
        d.     Sheriff’s Office renewal of the Lee Hill tower site lease agreement with Sterling
               Realty Organization ($35,721).

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 1 through 4. Commissioner
        Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(00:23)




                                                                                          3/26/2009
DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

5.     Human Resources Division:
       a.    Approval of personnel actions taken by the County Attorney and Parks Director
             pursuant to Chapter 6 of the Personnel Manual;
       b.    Information Technology request to reclassify a vacant Appraiser I position in the
             Assessor’s Office to a GIS Specialist position.

               Presenter:      Julia Schneider, Human Resources Division Manager

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 5a. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(00:36)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 5b. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(00:58)

6.     County Attorney’s Office: Resolution 2009-41, appointing County representatives to the
                                     th
       Board of Directors for 2525 13 Street Condominiums (Diane Liebert and Wayne Kuhn).

       Presenter:      Pat Mayne, Deputy County Attorney

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:11)

7.     Parks and Open Space Department: License Agreement allowing the City of Longmont
       access to the Dowe Flats property.

       Speaker:        Mike Ryder, Commissioners’ Staff

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved to table Item No. 8 to the Business Meeting on
       Tuesday, March 31, 2009. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(01:31)

8.     Community Services Department: Request for a bid waiver to purchase outreach and
       marketing support services from Vermilion Graphic & Web Communications ($40,050), with
       attached contract.

       Presenter:      Larry Hoyt, County Attorney



                                                                                      3/26/2009
       The County Attorney informed the Board that Item No. 8 was withdrawn by the Community
       Services Director.

9.     Land Use Department: Recommendation for a 2009 Historic Landmark Rehabilitation Grant
       award to the Town of Jamestown, for work on the Town Hall ($9,470).

       Presenter:      Abby Janusz, Land Use Department

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(01:59)

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Items No. 10 through 15, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

Housing Authority Board Matters:

10.    Housing Authority Resolution 2009-12, approving a Longs Peak Energy Conservation grant
       application to the Governor’s Energy Office for weatherization funding (up to $4,000,000).

       Presenter:      Jim Wilson, Housing Authority

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(2:23)

11.    Housing Authority Resolution 2009-13, authorizing Executive Director Frank Alexander to
       sign documents related to the weatherization grant application.

       Presenter:      Jim Wilson, Housing Authority

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 11. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(02:36)

12.    Housing Authority Resolution 2009-14, approving Solicitation of Qualifications (SOQ) #5127-
       09 to award continuing services contracts for Housing Authority maintenance work and
       Longs Peak Energy Conservation rehabilitation work to multiple vendors (JP Meyer Trucking
       & Construction, Life Safety Technologies, Loomis & Associates, Superior Aggregates, Miracle
       Method, Kaiser Lock & Key, Stanley Access Technologies, Wave-core Concrete Cutting,
       Drain Away, Hands On Services, Ken Grack, Coit Services, Help Towing, A&K Appliance,
       Stripe Right, EX Excavating, Diamond Tree, CoCal Landscaping, Stanley Security Services,
       Besam Entrance Solutions, Rapid Dry, DC Ferguson Con-struction Management, The Little
       Guy Carpet Cleaning, Columbine Appliance, Warren Appliance, Protective Seal Coat,
       Goldsmith Painting, Mike’s Specialties, Spectacular Gardens).




                                                                                      3/26/2009
       Presenter:       Jim Wilson, Housing Authority

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 12. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(02:53)

13.    Housing Authority Resolution 2009-15, rejecting ARRA Recovery Act funding and Capital
       Fund appropriated dollars for the Public Housing Program.

       Presenter:       Jim Wilson, Housing Authority

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 13. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(3:33)

14.    Housing Authority Resolution 2009-16, approving SOQ #5123-09 to award continuing
       services contracts for Longs Peak Energy Conservation insulation work (Big Al’s Insulating,
       Bestway Insulation, Montgomery Insulation, Metro Skyline Insulation, Advanced Air
       Sealing, Thermalcraft Insulation).

       Presenter:       Jim Wilson, Housing Authority

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 14. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(3:50)

Commissioners Matters

15.    Certifications of Local Approval for Non-Profit Organizations to apply for Colorado
       Division of Housing Emergency Shelter Grant funds (Safehouse Progressive Alliance for
       Nonviolence, Boulder Shelter for the Homeless, Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley, The Inn
       Between of Longmont).

       Presenter:       Greg Harms, boulder Shelter for the Homeless

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 15. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(04:16)




                                                                                       3/26/2009
16.     Legislative Update:
        a.       SB 09-022:   State Land Board Investment and Development Fund;
        b.       SB 09-170:   Nondiscrimination in Higher Education Funding;
        c.       SB 09-173:   Regional Tourism Projects;
        d.       SB 09-228:   Flexibility to Use State Revenues;
        e.       SB 09-248:   Public Works Contracts Surety Requirements.

        Presenter:       Mark Ruzzin, Policy Analyst

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to change their previous position of oppose to support
        of SB 09-022. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(05:49)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to support SB 09-170. Commissioner Pearlman
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(07:13)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to oppose SB 09-173. Commissioner Pearlman
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(10:47)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to support SB 09-228. Commissioner Pearlman
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(13:47)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to support SB 09-248. Commissioner Pearlman
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(14:43)

Administrative Matters

17.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 11:01 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]


                                                                                   3/26/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                      BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
March 31, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:03 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair (excused after noon)
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner
9:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Appeal of the Land Use Director's determination under Article 4-1306(C) that the
Meadow Green Farm NUPUD is subject to the size thresholds under 4-1302(A) and not exempt
from that provision under 4-1306(A)(4). (9:03 – 10:03) (14:39, Tape No. 12/DAT recorder,
“counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Dale Case, Land Use Director

        Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:       Mike Repucci, Johnson & Repucci

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Pearlman moved to enter into Executive Session in order to receive legal
        advice regarding this item pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal Advice. Commissioner
        Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (30:20)

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to table this item to 10:00 a.m. on May 12, 2009 and to
        authorize a future Executive Session in order to receive future legal advice regarding this
        item pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal Advice. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (32:12)

[Note: At approximately 12:00 p.m., the Board met with County Assessor Jerry Roberts in their
Small Conference Room regarding four-year planning.]

2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Department of Housing and Human Services

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.




                                                                                          3/31/2009
1.     Monthly meeting with the Board of County Commissioners sitting as the Board of Human
       Services (see separate agenda); (2:02 – 2:31) (41:47, Tape No. 12/DAT recorder,
       “counter” mode)

       The Board of Commissioners convened as the Board of Human Services to conduct the
       Human Services Monthly Board Meeting, whereupon it reconvened as the Board of
       County Commissioners. This meeting is tape recorded, but minutes of the proceedings
       are kept separately by the Human Services Department staff, a copy of which may be
       found in the agenda file pertaining to this date’s proceedings.

2.     Monthly meeting with the Board of County Commissioners sitting as the Boulder County
       Housing Authority (see separate agenda). (2:32 – 3:13) (56:48, Tape No. 12/DAT
       recorder, “counter” mode)

       The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority Board to conduct the
       Housing Authority Monthly Board Meeting, whereupon it reconvened as the Board of
       County Commissioners.

       Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
       or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

       Presenters:      Frank Alexander, Housing Authority Director

               Mr. Alexander presented the Board with monthly Director’s, Finance, Property
               Management, Section 8: HCV Program, Development and Rehabilitation, and
               Resident Services reports and updates.

10:30 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:33 – 10:50) (33:11, Tape No. 12/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.     Road Maintenance Division: Award of RFP #5130-09, Bituminous Asphalt, to multiple
       vendors, with subsequent purchases determined by price, availability and proximity to the
       job site (Asphalt Paving Company, Brannan Sand & Gravel, Premier Paving, Asphalt
       Specialties, Aggregate Industries, LaFarge.)

2.     Parks and Open Space Department: Access Easement agreement with Dwayne Cushman
                                   rd
       for a driveway from North 63 Street to the AHI Longmont Farms property.

                                              ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 1 & 2. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(33:19)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

3.     Sheriff’s Office: Decision of March 26 to lift the fire restrictions in effect since March 10.




                                                                                             3/31/2009
                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 3. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(33:28)

4.     County Attorney’s Office:
       a.     Request to file a Writ of Certiorari to the Colorado Supreme Court in HealthSouth v.
              Boulder County Board of Commissioners;
       b.     Consideration of a new software package.

       Presenter:       Mike Koertje, Assistant County Attorney (4a)
                        Larry Hoyt, County Attorney (4b)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 4a. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(33:52)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved to approve an initial payment of $10,252.80 for Item No.
       4b for services as described in hearing. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(36:09)

5.     Parks and Open Space Department:
       a.     License Agreement allowing the City of Longmont access to the Dowe Flats
              property;
       b.     Proposed amendment to the Bylaws of the Food and Agriculture Policy Council.

       Presenter:       Conrad Lattes, Assistant County Attorney (5a)
                        Adrian Card, Colorado State Extension (5b)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 5a. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(37:10)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5b. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(37:48)

Commissioners Matters

6.     Legislative Update: HB 09-1327, URL Modifications to Address Impacts to Taxing
       Entities.



                                                                                       3/31/2009
        Presenter:       Mark Ruzzin, Policy Analyst

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to support HB 09-1327. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(39:36)

7.      Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, April 1, as
        follows:
        a.       9:00 a.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                 24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales;
        b.       10:15 a.m. Wednesday and 11:00 a.m. today with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant
                 to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal Advice.

        Presenters:      Larry Hoyt, County Attorney (7b)
                         Pat Mayne Deputy County Attorney (7b)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7a. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(40:44)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 7b for the purpose of discussing
        potential litigation by a Human Services client, the Federal Court District Judge’s order
        regarding Rocky Mountain Christian Church, the application of BuildSmart regulations to
        the Gold Branch PUD, the Lefthand Canyon Water District’s appeal of the application of
        1041 regulations for the Dodd Water Treatment plant expansion, and the Clinica
        Campesina option. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(41:40)

Administrative Matters

8.      Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 3:13 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                         3/31/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                       BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, April 2, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:32 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                           Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                           Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                           Will Toor, Commissioner

11:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket LU-09-001 / SPR-09-006 (Franke); Limited Impact Special Use Review for
1,410 cu.yds. of non-foundational earthwork and Site Plan Review for construction of a new 4,607
sq.ft. residence (1,884 sq.ft. first floor / 2,105 sq.ft. second floor / 618 sq.ft. attached garage). This
property is located in the Forestry Zoning District at 50 Anemone Drive, in Sections 23 & 26, T1N,
R71W.(10:55 – 10:55) (00:03, Tape No. 13/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:       Mike Ryder, Commissioners’ Staff

                                                ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to table Docket #LU-09-001 / SPR-09-006 indefinitely.
        Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (11:25)

[Note: At approximately 12:30 p.m. and again at 2:00 p.m., the Board held administrative
meetings in their Small Conference Room.]

10:30 a.m.

                                      BUSINESS MEETING
                (10:32 – 10:55) (00:03, Tape No. 13/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.      Information Technology Division: Award of RFP #5119-09, Storage Area Network, to the
        lowest, most responsible bidder Dell ($230,078).

2.      Administrative Services Department: Petition for Abatement or Refund of Taxes from
        Lois & Randal Bjerke, ID #R0095399, recommended for approval by the Assessor (2008
        refund $2,478.16).

3.      Community Services Department: Letter of Intent to accept Juvenile Accountability Block
        Grant funds for the IMPACT program ($9,280).




                                                                                                4/2/2009
4.     Contracts:
       a.     Road Maintenance Division renewal of the dust control products contract with
              Envirotech Services (up to $175,000);
       b.     Budget Office non-profit agency funding contract with Thistle Community Housing
              ($85,000);
       c.     Commissioners’ Office agreement with the Town of Superior to pass-through
              energy grant funds from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs ($25,000);
       d.     This item was withdrawn prior to hearing.
       e.     Parks and Open Space Department agreement with Boulder County Flycasters
              regarding restoration work along Boulder Creek in the Platte Rogers Open Space
              property ($20,000).

                                              ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 1 through 4 (excluding Item No.
       4d). Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(00:12)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

5.     Sheriff’s Office: Request to spend a portion of the State Criminal Alien Assistance
       Program (SCAAP) award for the Transition Program at the Jail ($100,000).

       Presenter:       Bill Black, Sheriff’s Office

                                              ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(3:23)

Commissioners Matters

6.     Resolution 2009-44, proclaiming April 4, 2009, as Cesar Chavez Day of Service and
       Learning.

       Presenter:       Dorothy Bustamante, Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center

                                              ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(4:04)

7.     Administrative Deputy: Request for support from the Rocky Mountain Rail Authority for
       their high-speed inter-city rail feasibility study ($2,500).

       Presenter:       Jana Petersen, Administrative Deputy




                                                                                         4/2/2009
                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(04:22)

8.      Administrative Deputy: Recommendation to reject SOQ #5100-09, Banking / Loan
        Services for the ClimateSmart Loan Program.

        Presenter:       Jana Petersen, Administrative Deputy

9.      Administrative Deputy: Contracts for loan origination services for the ClimateSmart Loan
        Program with Renewable Funding ($150 per loan plus document preparation fees)
        and UMB Corporate Trust and Escrow Services ($150 per loan, $400 acceptance fee,
        and $6,000 for costs of temporary personnel).

        Presenter:       Jana Petersen Administrative Deputy

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 8 and 9 as amended in hearing
        (accepting Renewable Funding’s response in Item No. 8 and removing UMB Corporate
        Trust and Escrow Services from Item No. 9). Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(05:30)

10.     Policy Analyst: Legislative Update on HB 09-1323 (Cooperative Electric Association
        Energy Efficiency Program).

        Presenter:       Mark Ruzzin, Commissioners’ Staff

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to support HB 09-1323. Commissioner Toor seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(07:27)

Administrative Matters

11.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

12.     Authorization for an Executive Session on Friday, April 3, 2009 in order to discuss legal
        issues regarding the Rocky Mountain Christian Church decision and the Clinica
        Campesina option agreement pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal Advice.

        Presenter:       Pat Mayne, Deputy County Attorney




                                                                                           4/2/2009
                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 12. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(07:49)

13.    Land Use Department: Consideration of whether to call up SPR-09-003.

       Presenter:      Terri Johnson, Land Use Department

       No action was taken on this item.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 10:55 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                  4/2/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                      BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 2009

         The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
April 7, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:31 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

11:00 A.M.
PUBLIC COMMENT: Members of the public may address the Board of County Commissioners
on any County-related issue; (11:00 – 12:00) (18:26, Tape No. 13/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

Speakers:       Eric Olson, 4408 Wellington Rd
                Ian McVeigh, 4424 Wellington
                Bob Hullinghorst, 7301 Mt. Meeker Rd.
                Bob Poley, 6033 Jay Rd.
                Nick Madsen, 7406 Clubhouse Rd.
                Jim Fitzpatrick, 6166 Old Brompton Rd.
                Janet Poley, 6033 Jay Rd.
                Judith Auer, 6178 Old Brompton Rd.
                Brian Tewey, 4470 Pembroke Gardens
                Scott Edfurs, 6120 Chelsea Manor Ct.
                Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director
                Carolyn Bninski, Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center
                Greg Ballmer, no address given
                Anne Larson, 8498 Stirrup Ct.
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                Greg Barker, 13900 N. 87

        The first eleven speakers (through Mr. Stewart) addressed the Board regarding an
        agricultural lease on the James Construction Company Open Space. Ms. Bninski requested
        the Board’s support of the Employee Free Choice Act and to urge their interest in the
        ongoing financial crisis. Greg Ballmer voiced concerns regarding BuildSmart issues. Anne
        Larson spoke to the Board regarding zoning issues and a potential trail to be constructed
        near her home. Greg Barker returned to speak to the Board about biosolids on public lands.

[Note: At approximately 12:00 p.m., the Board met with Robin Bohannan, Community Services
Director and Frank Alexander, Housing and Human Services Director, n their Small Conference
Room regarding Long Range Planning.]

2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Left Hand Water District's appeal of the Director's determination under Article 4-
406 of the Boulder County Land Use Code and specifically referring to the Director's March 3,
2009 determination requiring Article 8 review for the District's Dodd Water Treatment Plant
expansion. (2:02 – 3:11) (48:40, Tape No. 13/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)




                                                                                            4/7/2009
        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Dale Case, Land Use Director

        Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:       Dick Lyons, Attorney for the Left Hand Water District
                        Cathy Peterson, Manager of Left Hand Water District
                        Chris Smith, Water Engineer for Left Hand Water District

                                               ACTION

        Commissioner Pearlman moved to enter into Executive Session in order to receive legal
        advice regarding this item pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal Advice. Commissioner
        Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (1:08:45)

                                               ACTION
                                                                                             th
        Commissioner Pearlman moved to table this item to 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 19 ,
        2009. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (1:12:14)

[Note: At approximately 3:15 p.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

10:30 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:31 – 10:46) (11:19, Tape No. 13/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)


NEW BUSINESS:
ITEMS TO NOTE FOR THE RECORD:

1.      Application to use the Courthouse Lawn from Restoring the Soul for a community-
        building event on Thursday, April 23 (noon – 1:00 p.m.)

        Item No. 1 was noted for the record.

CONSENT ITEMS:

2.      Parks and Open Space Department: IRS Form 8283 and Colorado Department of
        Revenue Form DR 1303 for the Eagle Crest Farm Conservation Easement.




                                                                                           4/7/2009
3.     Contracts:
       a.     Office of Emergency Management contract with OneRain, Inc. for rain gauge
              maintenance and monitoring ($39,245);
       b.     Budget Office contract with Imagine! ($5,465,762 Developmental Disabilities
              Fund);
       c.     Community Services Department amendment to the contract with Social Solutions
              Global, Inc. to increase the scope of case management / care coordination
              database & support services and add Amendment 54 compliance language (new
              contract total $523,350).

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 2 and 3. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(11:31)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

4.     Sheriff’s Office:
       a.       Grant application to the U.S. Department of Justice for the Community Oriented
                Policing Services (COPS) program ($238,565);
       b.       Request for unbudgeted capital outlay to purchase a pole / under-the-door portable
                camera system ($16,110).

       Presenter:      Phil West, Sheriff’s Office

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 4a. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(11:52)

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 4b. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(12:35)

5.     Information Technology Division:
       a.      Request for a bid waiver to purchase VMware support and maintenance from
               Lewan & Associates ($26,659);
       b.      Request to revise the award of RFP #5117-09, Thin Client Software, due to the low
               bidder, Root Group, being unable to comply, and award to the second-lowest
               bidder Longview.

       Presenter:      Mike Harlan, Information Technology Division Manager




                                                                                        4/7/2009
                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 5a. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(11:52)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 5b. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(13:30)


6.     Transportation Department: Special Event Applications for County Roads
       a.     GS Boulder Cycling, for the Haystack Mountain Time Trial on Saturday, April 18;
       b.     Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA), for the Canine Classic 5K/10K Run/Walk
              on Sunday, April 19 (with Resolution 2009-45 for parking & access restrictions in
              Valhalla subdivision related to the event);
       c.     Boulder Masters Cycling, for the Rabbit Mountain Time Trial on Sunday, May 3;
       d.     Boulder Bike Race, for the Sunshine Hill Climb on Sunday, May 10;
                                   th
       e.     Title Nine, for the 7 Annual Mothers’ Day 9K run/walk on Sunday, May 10 (with
              Resolution 2009-45 for parking & access restrictions in Valhalla subdivision related
              to the event);
       f.     Heatherwood Elementary School, for the All School Run on Monday, May 18.

       Presenter:       Anita Riley, Transportation Deparment

       Speaker:         Mike Ryder, Commissioners’ Staff

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(14:07)

Commissioners Matters

7.     Resolution 2009-42, proclaiming the week of April 19 – 25 as National Volunteer Week in
       Boulder County.

       Presenter:       Deb Olszonowicz, Community Services Department

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(14:29)

8.     Resolution 2009-43, proclaiming May as Older Americans Month in Boulder County.




                                                                                        4/7/2009
                                             ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(14:37)

9.    Receipt of a check from CEMEX, Inc. to be used for the plug-in hybrid and vehicle-to-grid
      project ($300,000).

      Item No. 9 was noted for the record.

10.   Ratification of the Chair’s April 6 signature on a letter to the Public Utilities Commission
      regarding Docket No. 091-041E Amendments to the Electric Resource Planning Rules.

                                             ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(15:07)

11.   Request from the Boulder Valley School District to support their Readiness and
      Emergency Management grant application to the U.S. Department of Education.

                                             ACTION

      Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 11. Commissioner Toor seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(15:15)

12.   Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session at 3:15 p.m. on Tuesday, April 7, with
      Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal Advice to discuss issues
      related to the Land Use Code update process.

      Presenter:       David Hughes, Deputy County Attorney

                                             ACTION

      Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 12 for the purpose of discussing(
      the Meadow Green Farm TDC Exemption Appeal regarding Land Use Director's
      determination on the applicability of Land Use Code Article 4-1300; and Application of
      BuildSmart to Goldbranch PUD. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(15:47)

13.   Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, April 8, as follows:
      a.      1:00 p.m. with David Hughes, County Attorney’s Office, pursuant to CRS 24-6-
              402(4)(b) Legal Advice;
      b.      4:00 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
              24-6-402 (4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

      Presenter:       David Hughes, Deputy County Attorney




                                                                                            4/7/2009
                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 13a for the purpose of discussing
        the Rocky Mountain Christian Church Litigation. Commissioner Toor seconded the
        motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(15:59)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 13b. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(16:06)

14.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 9,
        with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal Advice.

        Presenter:       David Hughes, Deputy County Attorney

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 14 for the purpose of discussing
        applicability of the BuildSmart code for the Gold Branch PUD. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(16:32)

Administrative Matters

15.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item No. 16, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

16.     Housing Authority Items:
        a.     Contract with All American Homes (construction of modular homes for 900
               Avalon project $374,382) (resolution approved previously);
        b.     HA Resolution 2009-18 approving RFP #5129-09, to award the 900 Avalon
               project contract for concrete work to Concrete Solutions ($31,000) with attached
               contract;
        c.     HA Resolution 2009-19 approving RFP #5132-09, to award the 900 Avalon
               project contract for excavation work to Triple R Excavation ($25,570) with
               attached contract;
        d.     HA Resolution 2009-17 approving RFP #5133-09, to award the 900 Avalon
               project contract for foundation forms to Nu-Tech Systems ($18,721.51) with
               attached contract.

        Presenter:       Scott Simkus, Housing Authority Board




                                                                                          4/7/2009
                                         ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 16. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(18:13)

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 3:11 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                  4/7/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                      BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, April 9, 2009.

         The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:31 a.m. by Vice Chair Domenico
with the following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair (excused all day)
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:31 – 10:38) (1:12:47, Tape No. 13/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.      Administrative Services Department: Petitions for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
        recommended for approval by the Assessor
        a.     J. Casey Bynum, ID #R05012915 (2007 refund $922.60 & 2008 refund $2,985.58);
        b.     J. Casey Bynum, ID #R05012916 (2007 refund $874.64 & 2008 refund $5,613.94);
        c.     Margaret Moore, ID #R0075364 (2007 refund $2,338.58 & 2008 refund $2,397.94).

2.      Road Maintenance Division: Award of RFP #5134-09, On-Call Tree Services, to The
        Green Plan, Inc. and Precision Felling, Inc. for potential future contracts.

3.      Contracts:
        a.     Architects Division contract with Namaste Solar Electric for the solar photovoltaic
               project at the Sheriff’s Communications Center ($37,750);
        b.     Architects Division renewal of the continuing services contract with MKK Consulting
               Engineers (not to exceed $80,000);
        c.     Commissioners Office economic development services contract with the Boulder
               Economic Council ($63,670);
        d.     Human Resources Division amendment to the employee benefit program contract
               with Corporate Psychological Services to add hourly employees & volunteers
               involved in a critical incident as a result of their County work or service ($110,000);
        e.     Transportation Department amendment to the license agreement with Burlington
               Northern Santa Fe railroad for the Rock Creek Trail Project (Dillon Road to US
               287).

4.      Parks and Open Space Department: Amendment to Conservation Easement, Deed of
        Conservation Easement in Gross (Haas NUPUD Conservation Easement).

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 1 through 4. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:12:47)




                                                                                            4/9/2009
DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

5.     Sheriff’s Office: Request for expenditure of 2005 & 2006 State Criminal Alien Assistance
       Program (SCAAP) funds.

       Presenter:       Tony Cavalier, Sheriff’s Office

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:13:42)

6.     Parks and Open Space Department: Request to amend the seasonal wildlife closure at
       Cattail Pond to April 1 through August 31 annually (currently April 1 – June 30).

       Presenter:       Chris White, Parks and Open Space Department

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:14:17)

7.     Financial Services Division: Request for a bid waiver to contract with Willow Cichocki for
       services related to the Integrated Financial and Administrative Solutions (IFAS)
       implementation project ($60,000), with attached contract.

       Presenter:       Bob Lamb, Financial Services Division Manager

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:14:49)

Commissioners Matters

8.     Contract with UMB Bank, N.A. for loan origination and payment processing services related
       to the ClimateSmart Loan Program.

       Presenter:       Jana Petersen, Administrative Deputy

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:15:13)




                                                                                         4/9/2009
9.      Request from the Colorado Environmental Coalition to add the Board to the list of
        supporters on an advertisement thanking legislators for their work on promoting
        wilderness status for Rocky Mountain National Park.

        Presenter:       Michelle Krezek, Commissioners’ Staff

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:15:38)

Administrative Matters

10.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

11.     County Attorney’s Office: Additional items to be considered during this afternoon’s
        Executives Session for legal advice pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal Advice.

        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11 for the purpose of discussing the
        Martin Zoning Violation and general issues regarding cabin rental zoning violations.
        Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:16:10)

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 10:38 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                            4/9/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                      BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 2009

         The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
April 14, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:31 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

[Note: At approximately 9:00 a.m., Commissioners Toor and Domenico attended a factory launch
and ribbon cutting ceremony for Abound Solar, 9586 East Highway I-25 Frontage Road, Longmont.]

11:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket EP-09-002 (Gunbarrel Green / Chrisman EP); Exemption Plat proposal to
recognize Lot 9 of the Gunbarrel Green Subdivision as a legal building lot. This property is located in
the Rural Residential (RR) Zoning District, at 4843 Country Club Way, in Section 11, T1N, R70W.
(11:02 – 11:13) (01:54, Tape No. 14/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Janice Biletnikoff, Land Use Department

        Speakers:        John Mink, architect

                                                ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #EP-09-002, in accordance with staff
        recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
        discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (07:18)

2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket SU-08-010 (Allenspark Community Center SU/SSDP); Special Use &
Site Specific Development Plan for multiple principal uses associated with the Allenspark
Community Center, including retail and personal service, office, recreational, and agricultural
uses. This property is located in the Business (B) / Forestry (F) Zoning District, at 14863 State
Highway 7, North of and adjacent to State Highway 7 near Allenspark, in Section 26, T3N, R73W.
(2:04 – 2:48) (07:28, Tape No. 14/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Hannah Hippely, Land Use Department




                                                                                           4/14/2009
       Speakers:       Margaret Patterson, 16716 Highway 7, Allenspark
                       Jana Robertson, 1001 Pine
                       David Pinkow, 2815 Heidelberg Dr., Boulder
                       Wilma Hahn, 251 N. Skinner

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #SU-08-010, in accordance with staff
       recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
       discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (29:27)

10:30 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:31 – 10:34) (00:03, Tape No. 14/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
HOUSING AUTHORITY BOARD CONSENT ITEMS:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item No. 1, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

1.     Longs Peak Energy Conservation: Continuing services contract with Advanced Air
       Sealing & Insulation LLC for weatherization services (not to exceed $250,000).

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 1. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(00:22)

COMMISSIONERS CONSENT ITEMS:

2.     Financial Services Division: Warrants Issued Report for March.

3.     Parks and Open Space Department: Award of Bid #5135-09, No-Till Pull-Type Seed
       Drill, to the lowest, most responsible bidder Colorado Equipment LLC ($28,900).

4.     Commissioners Office: Renewal of the consulting services contract with Tanya Kelly-
       Bowry ($30,000).

5.     Road Maintenance Division:
       a.    Lease / purchase agreement with Caterpillar Financial for a motor grader
             ($243,351);
       b.    Lease / purchase agreement with John Deere Credit for a paver ($156,130).




                                                                                     4/14/2009
                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 2 through 5. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(00:22)

COMMISSIONERS DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

6.     Land Use Department: Resolution 2009-47, clarifying the duration and continuing effect
       of Resolution 2007-121, directing the Land Use Department to not accept applications for
       road and right-of-way vacations in the Eldora Townsite until the County can conduct a
       comprehensive study.

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(00:43)

7.     Community Services Department: Request for a bid waiver to purchase outreach and
       marketing support services from Vermilion Graphic & Web Communications ($40,050), with
       attached contract.

       Presenter:       Robin Bohannan, Community Services Director

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(00:58)

Commissioners Matters

8.     Designation of Frank Alexander, Housing and Human Services Director, as Colorado
       Counties, Inc. (CCI) steering committee proxy for the Health and Human Services
       Committee.

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(01:18)

9.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, April 15, as
       follows:
       a.       10:15 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
                Legal Advice;
       b.       3:45 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.




                                                                                      4/14/2009
        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney (9a)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 9a for the purpose of discussing
        the Rocky Mountain Christian Church litigation. Commissioner Toor seconded the
        motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(01:34)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9b. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(01:44)

Administrative Matters

10.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.


        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 2:48 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                   4/14/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                     BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, April 16, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:30 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

11:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket EP-09-001 (Brownsville / Ginther / Przywitowski EP); Exemption Plat to
adjust the boundary between Lots 2 and 3 of Brownsville Subdivision. These properties are
located in the Rural Residential (RR) Zoning District, at 11577 & 11619 Billings Avenue, north of
Erie, east of Highway 287, and north of Flatiron Drive, in Section 14, T1N, R69W. (11:04 – 11:13)
(33:22, Tape No. 14/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Robin Kerns, Land Use Department

        Speakers:        Dennis Ginther, 11577 Billings

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #EP-09-001, in accordance with staff
        recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
        discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (37:27)

[Note: At approximately 6:00 p.m., the Board held a dinner meeting in their Hearing Room with
the Boulder City Council.]

10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
               (10:30 – 10:39) (29:08, Tape No. 14/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
HOUSING AUTHORITY BOARD CONSENT ITEMS

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Items No. 1 through 3, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

1.      Housing Authority: Contract with SRT Electric to perform upgrade work on aluminum
        wiring ($38,399).



                                                                                          4/16/2009
                                       ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 1. Commissioner Domenico seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(29:15)

HOUSING AUTHORITY BOARD DISCUSSION ITEMS:

2.   Housing Authority Resolution 2009-20, approving the award of RFP #5136-09 for Market
     Study Services to Novogradac & Company LLP.

     Presenter:     Jim Wilson, Housing Authority

                                       ACTION

     Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 2. Commissioner Toor seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(29:35)

3.   Housing Authority Resolution 2009-21, approving the award of RFP #5122-09 for solar
     photovoltaic installation at the Beaver Creek Housing Complex to Bella Energy.

     Presenter:     Jim Wilson, Housing Authority

                                       ACTION

     Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 3. Commissioner Toor seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(29:52)

COMMISSIONERS CONSENT ITEMS:

4.   Administrative Services Department: Petitions for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
     recommended for approval by the Assessor
     a.     Charles Davies, ID #R0106420 (2008 refund $1,306.36);
     b.     Jamie Wolf, ID #R0032375 (2008 refund $2,516.98);
     c.     Baseline Chiropractic, ID #P0309947 (2007 refund $1,557.60 & 2008 refund
            $1,867.30).

5.   Contracts:
     a.     Sheriff’s Office contract with Correctional Management, Inc. for inmate boarding
            and work release services ($574,000);
     b.     Sheriff’s Office agreement with the City of Boulder to receive a portion of the
            City’s Juvenile Assistance Grant award for the Law Enforcement Program
            ($54,389 revenue);
     c.     Sheriff’s Office renewal of the agreement with the City of Boulder to fund a crew
            boss and use of inmate labor ($75,000 revenue);
     d.     Office of Emergency Management agreement with the Colorado Department of Local
            Affairs to receive Emergency Management Performance Grant funding ($89,200);
     e.     Architects Division continuing services contract with the M.E. Group, Inc. for
            electrical engineering consulting (not to exceed $80,000).




                                                                                  4/16/2009
6.     Parks and Open Space Department:
       a.     Water Stock Transfer Request (Vermillion Park Farm Conservation Easement);
       b.     Purchase Agreement, Notice of Property Restrictions, Quitclaim Deed,
              Amendment to Deed of Conservation Easement in Gross (Wise Boundary Line
              Adjustment).

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 4 through 6. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(30:02)

COMMISSIONERS DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

7.     Sheriff’s Office: Grant application to the Colorado Department of Local Affairs for a
       Search & Rescue Fund award ($21,174).

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(30:27)

8.     Transportation Department: Resolution 2009-52, authorizing the acquisition of property by
                                                                     th
       negotiation and eminent domain, if necessary, for the North 95 Street Bridge Re-placement
       Project at Boulder Creek.

       Presenter:       Mike Rogakis, Transportation Department

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(30:56)

Commissioners Matters

9.     Budget Office: 2009 Budget Adjustment Request from the Information Technology
       Division ($10,648).

       Presenter:       Bruce Knight, Budget Office

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(31:29)




                                                                                         4/16/2009
10.     Administrative Deputy: Grant proposals from Teens, Inc. and Voices For Children / Court
        Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for Limited Gaming Impact Funds from the Colorado
        Department of Local Affairs.

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10 and to prioritize them in the order of
        Teens, Inc. followed by Voices for Children / Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA).
        Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(31:39)

Administrative Matters

11.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

12.     County Attorney’s Office: Request for authorization and signature of a subordination
        agreement with the Immigrant Legal Center.

        Presenter:       Pat Mayne, Deputy County Attorney

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(32:28)
                                                                                               st
13.     Authorization for Board members to sign a symbolic cardboard train for COPIRG’s 21
        Century Vision for Colorado project.

        Presenter:       Michelle Krezek, Commissioners’ Staff

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 13. Commissioner Pearlman
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(33:15)

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 11:13 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                        4/16/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                       BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 2009

         The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
April 21, 2009.

         The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:35 a.m. by Vice Chair Domenico
with the following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair (excused all day)
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

[Note: At approximately 7:30 a.m., the Board attended a breakfast meeting with the Boulder
Valley and Longmont Soil conservation Districts at the Egg & I Restaurant, 2055 Ken Pratt
Boulevard, Longmont.]

11:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Resource Conservation Division
Public Hearing: Authorization Hearing for Eldorado Springs Local Improvement District (LID) II –
Electric Grid). (11:01 – 11:35) (42:35, Tape No. 14/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Jeff Callahan, Resource Conservation Division Manager

        Present:        Leslie Lacy, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:       Ken Sheldon, 279 Eldorado Springs Dr.
                        David Levin, Eldorado Springs
                        Allan Brown, 148 Artesian Dr.
                        James Searns, 3450 Eldorado Springs Dr.

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to authorize the Eldorado Springs Local Improvement District
        II – Electric Grid as presented and discussed in hearing. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0. (58:26)

10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
               (10:35 – 10:45) (38:22, Tape No. 14/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
ITEMS TO NOTE FOR THE RECORD:

1.      Application to use the Courthouse Lawn from Helping Hands Health Education for an
        event to celebrate Nepal Day held Sunday, April 19.




                                                                                         4/21/2009
2.     Application to use the Courthouse Lawn from Boulder Pride for an event to support gay
       marriage on Tuesday, April 21 (5:30 – 8:00 p.m.)

3.     Application to use the Courthouse Lawn from Downtown Boulder, Inc. for the CU Buffalo
       Stampede on Friday, April 24 (6:30 – 7:30 p.m.)

4.     Application to use the Courthouse Lawn from Ellen Brown for a laughter group meeting on
       Sunday, May 3 (2:00 – 2:30 p.m.)

       Items No. 1 through 4 were noted for the record. Due to technical difficulties, the audio
       tape had not begun to record when these items were noted.

CONSENT ITEMS:

5.     Parks and Open Space Department: Letter of Agreement with the Urban Drainage &
       Flood Control District for construction of the pond outlet and pipe system at Bailey
       Kenosha Ponds ($50,000).

6.     Transportation Department: Renewal of the contract with Arcadis US, Inc. for consulting
       services (not to exceed $250,000).

7.     Continuing grant applications:
       a.      Withdrawn prior to hearing.
       b.      Sheriff’s Office – Justice Assistance Grant for the Boulder County Drug Task
               Force ($259,512).

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 5 through 7. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(38:22)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

8.     Withdrawn prior to hearing.

9.     Parks and Open Space Department: 2009 herbicide applications west of Highways 36 &
       93 or within 200 feet of a County-owned trail.

       Presenter:       Steve Sauer, Parks and Open Space Department

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(39:56)

Commissioners Matters

10.    Budget Office: 2009 Budget Adjustment Request from the Parks and Open Space
       Department ($300,000).




                                                                                         4/21/2009
      Presenter:     Margaret Parish, Budget Officer

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(40:16)

11.   Budget Office: Resolutions to appropriate sums of money
      a.     2009-49, for 2007;
      b.     2009-50, for 2008;
      c.     2009-51, for 2008.

      Presenter:     Margaret Parish, Budget Officer

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11a. Commissioner Domenico
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(40:55)

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11b. Commissioner Domenico
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(41:10)

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11c. Commissioner Domenico
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(41:24)

12.   Administrative Deputy: Request for support from the Rocky Mountain Climate
      Organization ($2,000).

      Presenter:     Jana Petersen, Administrative Deputy

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(41:43)

13.   Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, April 22, as
      follows:
      a.       10:15 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
               Legal Advice;
      b.       3:45 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
               24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.




                                                                                    4/21/2009
        Presenter:       David Hughes, Deputy County Attorney (13a)

                                           ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 13a for the purpose of discussing a
        Worthy Cause Issue concerning Boulder Valley Women’s Health, Goldbranch
        Development matters, and Rocky Mountain Christian Church issues. Commissioner
        Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(41:58)

                                           ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 13b. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(42:06)

Administrative Matters

14.     Scheduling and Communications.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

15.     Commissioners Matters: Consideration of State Legislative Issues: HB09-1199; HB09-
        1342; and HB09-1350.

                                           ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to support all three bills presented. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(42:28)


        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 11:35 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                    4/21/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                     BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, April 23, 2009.

         The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:31 a.m. by Vice Chair Domenico
with the following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair (excused all day)
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

[Note: At approximately 8:30 a.m., Commissioners Toor and Domenico attended the Early
Childhood System Framework meeting at the Spice of Live Event Center, 5706 Arapahoe,
Boulder.]

11:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Commissioners’ Office
Employee of the Month Award. (11:00 – 11:10) (07:00, Tape No. 15/DAT recorder, “counter”
mode)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      B.J. Lambden, Human Resource Division

        Speakers:        Wade Branstetter, Social Services

        In a ceremony held in the Commissioners’ Hearing Room, Juana Mendoza was named
        employee of the month for April 2009. The employee of the month received a certificate,
        a lapel pin, and a check for $200.

3:00 P.M.
2009 Boulder County Volunteer Award Ceremony and Reception.(3:07 – 3:44) (12:08, Tape
No. 15/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Deb Olszonowicz, Community Services Department

                                             ACTION

        The Board awarded volunteer grants to: Sharon & Bokan & Ruth Newell, Cultural History
        programming ($500); Cheryl Christensen & Judy Whitfield, Horticultural Therapy ($500);
        Scott Fanselow, Outreach Victim Assistance ($200); Dave Fletcher, Seed Collection
        ($500); Beverly Gholson & Jennifer Giesbrecht, Medical Reserve Corps ($250); Barbara
        Haaland-Michaels, Trail Stewardship ($300); Patricia Hunter, Intensive Services ($300);
        Irene Joyce, Juvenile Assessment Center ($100); Bonnie Neighbors, Long-Term Care
        Ombudsman ($500); Helena Pagano & Emily Thayer, Forestry Crew Leaders ($500); Will
        Paterson, Casa de la Esperanza ($500); Tina Pohlmann, Extension ($250); Sarah
        Shipman, ITOP/ISIS Outpatient ($200); Catherine Smith, OASOS ($300); Jane White,
        Juvenile Assessment Center ($500); Xi Epsilon Zeta, Children with Special Needs ($500).



                                                                                             4/23/09
10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:31 – 10:46) (00:00, Tape No. 15/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)
                (2:49 – 2:51) (11:42 Tape No. 15/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)


NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.     Administrative Services Department: Petitions for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
       recommended for approval by the Assessor
       a.     Elias Lau, ID #R0099746 (2007 refund $1,189.26);
       b.     Continental View HOA, ID #R0087112 (2007 refund $2,286.40).

2.     Workforce Boulder County:
       a.     Expenditure Authorization for Workforce Investment Act funding to conduct labor
              market research ($45,500);
       b.     Agreement with the Colorado Department of Labor & Employment for access to
              employment data (no expenditure).

3.     Contracts:
       a.     Human Services Division contract with Jenni Maroney Photography for foster
              parent recruitment & training photography services ($27,000);
       b.     Transportation Department reimbursement agreement with Left Hand Water
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              District for pipe relocation necessitated by replacement of the North 63 Street
              bridge ($64,965.50);
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       c.     County Attorney’s Office renewal of the memorandum with the 20 Judicial
              District, the Mental Health Center and Boulder County Public Health for operation
              of the Integrated Treatment Court (not to exceed $474,863).

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 1 through 3. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(00:13)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

4.     Information Technology Division: Request for a sole-source bid waiver with Boulder
       Valley School District to connect the Kaiser Building to the fiberoptic cable network
       ($21,000).

       Presenter:      Mike Wish, Information Technology Division

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 4. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(00:52)



                                                                                          4/23/09
5.     Resource Conservation Division: Award of RFP #5121-09, Eldorado Springs LID
       Wastewater Operator, to Ramey Environmental Compliance, with attached contract
       ($45,840).

       Presenter:      Jeff Callahan, Resource Conservation Division Manager

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(02:24)

6.     Parks and Open Space Department:
       a.     Grant application to the Colorado Water Conservation Board for the Tamarisk and
              Russian Olive Control Cost Sharing Grant Program ($200,000);
       b.     Proposed amendment to the Canino 7M Conservation Easement.

       Presenter:      Steve Sauer, Parks and Open Space Department (6a)
                       Brad Milley, Parks and Open Space Department (6b)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 6a. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(03:22)

[Note: The Board held the Business meeting open until it was reconvened at 2:49 p.m., at which
time they took action on Item No. 6b.]

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6b as discussed in hearing.
       Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(12:06)

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Items No. 7 & 8, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

Housing Authority Board Matters:

7.     Housing Authority Resolution 2009-22, awarding RFP #5128-09 for the photovoltaic project
       at the 900 Avalon Street site to Lighthouse Solar.

       Presenter:      Scott Simkus, Housing Authority

8.     Housing Authority Resolution 2009-23, awarding RFP #5131-09 for landscaping &
       irrigation at the 900 Avalon Street site to Custom Environmental Design.

       Presenter:      Scott Simkus, Housing Authority




                                                                                        4/23/09
                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 7 & 8. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(06:06)

Commissioners Matters

9.      Letters to Senators Udall and Bennet and Representative Polis supporting the Colorado
        Transit Coalition request for federal transit funding.

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(06:19)

10.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, April 29, as
        follows:
        a.       10:15 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
                 Legal Advice;
        b.       3:45 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                 24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney (10a)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10a for the purpose of discussing items
        to be listed at the next Business Meeting. Commissioner Domenico seconded the
        motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(06:33)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10b. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, excused; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(06:42)

Administrative Matters

11.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 3:44 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]


                                                                                        4/23/09
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                     BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, April 30, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 1:31.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

[Note: At approximately 11:30 a.m., the Board attended the Induction Hall of Fame Luncheon at the
Radisson Hotel & Conference Center, 1900 Ken Pratt Boulevard, Longmont.]
Commissioners attend the Induction Hall of Fame Luncheon.

[Note: At approximately 2:00 p.m., the Board attended the Victim Advocacy Awards in the Jury
                                        th
Assembly Room at the Justice Center, 6 & Canyon, Boulder)]

4:00 P.M.
Metropolitan Mayors and Commissioners Youth Awards Recognition Ceremony and Reception.
(4:12 – 4:34) (39:47, Tape No. 15/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Leisha Conners-Bauer, Boulder County Healthy Youth Alliance

        The Board recognized the efforts and achievements of the following students: Victoria
        Archer, Meghan Bodie, Zuhal Ezzat, Elizabeth Galvan, Rebecca Gould, Gabriela
        Hernandez, Vanessa Lennon, Shelby McGriff, Caitlin McNellis, Christopher Miller, Kali
        Perry-Brezlau, Brian Pickus, Larkin Poynton, Nieves Sanchez-Recendez, Dallas Scott,
        Veronica Silva, Chelsea Welch.

1:30 a.m.

                                      BUSINESS MEETING
                (1:31 – 1:50) (29:57, Tape No. 15/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

1.      County Attorney’s Office: Request for direction on whether to appeal the federal court
        decision in Rocky Mountain Christian Church v. Board of County Commissioners.

        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney
                         David Hughes, Deputy County Attorney




                                                                                          4/30/2009
                                           ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved to direct the County Attorney’s Office to appeal the decision
     in Rocky Mountain Christian Church v. Board of County Commissioners as discussed in
     hearing. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(36:03)

2.   Head Start: Grant application to the U.S. Office of Head Start for cost of living & quality
     improvement funding ($115,454).

                                           ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 2. Commissioner Domenico seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(36:28)

3.   Transportation Department:
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     a.     Resolution 2009-55, providing for the temporary closure of North 119 Street
            (Ken Pratt Boulevard to Quicksilver Road) during construction of a pedestrian
            underpass;
     b.     Special Event Applications for County Roads from
            i. American Cycling Association (Colorado Mini Classic bicycle race on May 30);
            ii. Road to Victory Bicycle Classic (bicycle race on May 31);
            iii. Tri For Your Cause (triathlon on June 6);
            iv. 5430 Sport (triathlon on June 21).

     Presenter:      Leslie Swirhun, Transportation Department (3a)
                     Anita Riley, Transportation Department (3b)

                                           ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 3a. Commissioner Domenico seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(37:01)

                                           ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 3b. Commissioner Domenico seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(37:30)

4.   Land Use Department: Applicant request to extend the recording deadline for Docket SE-08-
     004 (Midwest / Landers Boundary Line Adjustment).

     Presenter:      Abby Janusz, Land Use Department

                                           ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 4. Commissioner Domenico seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(37:55)



                                                                                         4/30/2009
Commissioners Matters

5.     Budget Office: 2009 Budget Adjustment Request from the County Attorney’s Office
       ($22,769).

       Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(38:40)

COMMISSIONERS CONSENT ITEMS

6.     Commissioners Office: Pass-through agreement for the City of Lafayette to receive
       Colorado Department of Local Affairs energy grant funds ($131,250).

7.     Head Start: Grant application to the U.S. Office of Head Start for 2009/2010 continuation
       funding ($1,107,414).

8.     Workforce Boulder County: Expenditure Authorizations for Workforce Investment Act
       grant funding
       a.      Expand the CareerReady Colorado Certificate Initiative ($6,411);
       b.      Personnel & non-personnel client-related services ($14,955.70).

9.     Parks and Open Space Department:
       a.     Deed of Conservation Easement in Gross (Goose Haven Reservoir – North);
       b.     Deed of Conservation Easement in Gross (Goose Haven Reservoir – West).

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 6 through 9. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(38:49)

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Items No. 10 through 12, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

HOUSING AUTHORITY BOARD CONSENT ITEMS:

10.    Housing Authority Resolution 2009-24, approving RFP #5031-08 to award the contract
       for solar photovoltaic installation at the 501 & 515 West Geneseo Street (Lafayette) sites
       to the lowest, most responsible bidder Bella Energy ($30,459).

11.    Long’s Peak Energy Conservation continuing services contracts
       a.      Big Al’s Insulating, Inc.,    b.      Bestway Insulation.

12.    Housing Authority continuing services contracts
       a.     Help Towing;                             b.        Thermalcraft Insulation;
       c.     Life Safety Technologies;                d.        Hands On Services;
       e.     Metro Skyline Insulation;                f.        J.P. Meyer Trucking &
                                                                  Construction.



                                                                                         4/30/2009
                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 10 through 12. Commissioner
        Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(38:56)

Administrative Matters

13.     Scheduling and Communications.

        It was noted for the record that the Board received legal advice in Executive Session on
        Wednesday, April 29, 2009 regarding the Worthy Cause funding for capital
        improvements, Hygiene Fire Protection District grant of CERT by Colorado Supreme
        Court, bonds for ClimateSmart, Term Limits, and Goldbranch BuildSmart compliance.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 4:34 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                         4/30/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                       BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
May 5, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:31 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

11:00 A.M.
PUBLIC COMMENT: Members of the public may address the County Commissioners on any
County related issue; (11:00 – 12:02) (52:29, Tape No. 15/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Speakers:       Dr. Robert Booth, 5682 Prospect Rd., Longmont
                        Tony Bramble, 8578 Stirrup Lane, Longmont
                        Susan Zimmerman, 5952 Oxford Rd., Longmont
                        David Johnson, 717 Walnut St.
                        Pat Hindman, 5305 Niwot Rd., Longmont
                        Anne Larson, 8498 Stirrup Ct., Longmont
                        Richard Wolniewicz, 5741 Prospect Rd., Longmont
                        Don Getman, 4353 Oxford Rd., Longmont
                        Richard Carlson, 5469 Niwot Rd., Longmont
                        Carla Friedli, 5890 Prospect Rd., Longmont
                        Tedd Harshaw, 8534 Boulder Hills Dr., Longmont
                        Yvonne Iden, 7157 Fairways Dr., Longmont
                        Scott Thomas, 5371 Niwot Rd.
                        John Felling, 3350 Plateau Rd., Boulder
                        David Levin, Eldorado Springs
                        Allan Brown, 148 Artesian Dr., Eldorado Springs

        The first twelve speakers addressed the Board regarding the Boulder-Lyons proposed
        trail. Mr. Felling addressed the Board regarding zoning issues for his property. Mr.
        Levin and Mr. Brown addressed the Board with questions about the Eldorado Springs
        Wastewater Project contract.

[Note: Following the public comment session, the Board held administrative meetings in their
Small Conference Room.]

[Note: At approximately 12:00 p.m., the Board met in their Small Conference Room with Jeff
Zayach, Public Health Director, Frank Alexander, Health and Human Services Director and
Robin Bohannan, Community Services Director to discuss office space needs.]

3:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Parks & Open Space Department
Public Hearing: Prairie Dog Management Plan Update. (3:00 – 4:05) (00:12, Tape No. 16/DAT
recorder, “counter” mode)




                                                                                            5/5/2009
       Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
       or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

       Presenters:     Mark Brennan, Parks and Open Space Department
                       Therese Glowacki, Parks and Open Space Department

       Speakers:       Lauren McCain, 1452 Hudson St., Denver
                       Alison Collins, 500 Manhattan Dr., Boulder
                       Jim Fitzpatrick, 6166 Old Brompton Rd., Boulder
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                       Ray Horton, 3738 61 , Boulder
                       Bob Perletz, 4696 Broadway, Boulder
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                       Cathy Miller 2147 75 St., Boulder
                       Julie McCabe, Boulder
                       Arlyn Mills 11221 Lookout Rd., Longmont

                                              ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved to approve the Prairie Dog Management Plan Update as
       presented and under the terms discussed in hearing. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (32:36)

[Note: At approximately 5:00 p.m., the Board attended a dinner meeting with the Longmont
                                                                 th
City Council in the Longmont Library, Meeting Rooms A & B, 409 4 Ave.]

10:30 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:31 – 10:34) (50:54, Tape No. 15/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
ITEMS TO NOTE FOR THE RECORD:

1.     Application to use the Courthouse Lawn in connection with the Boulder Springfest held
       April 25.

       Item No. 1 was noted for the record.

CONSENT ITEMS:

2.     Contracts:
       a.     Information Technology Division contract with ISC for Cisco SMARTnet maintenance
              ($126,537);
       b.     Human Services Division amendment to the agreement with Boulder County Public
              Health to add treatment for postpartum depression ($25,160 TANF Reserves);
       c.     Human Services Division renewal of the contract with Jacqueline Richman,
              Psy.D. for therapeutic services and psychological assessments ($40,000);
       d.     Community Services Department contract with the Colorado Department of Human
              Services to continue Senate Bill 94 funding for the IMPACT Program ($714,890
              revenue);
       e.     Community Services Department contract with the City of Longmont for the
              Dialogues on Immigrant Integration program ($100,000 revenue).

3.     Parks and Open Space Department: Amendment to Conservation Easement (Coyote Ridge
       NUPUD Conservation Easement).



                                                                                       5/5/2009
                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 2 and 3. Commissioner Toor
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(51:07)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

4.      Housing and Human Services Department: Request for a bid waiver to contract with
        TMD Creative for marketing and outreach services related to family self-sufficiency
        benefits (not to exceed $50,000).

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 4. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(51:28)

Commissioners Matters

5.      Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, May 6, as
        follows:
        a.       Withdrawn prior to hearing.
        b.       2:30 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                 24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

        Presenter:       Mike Ryder, Commissioners’ Office

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5b. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(51:49)

Administrative Matters

6.      Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

7.      Transportation Department: Request for signature on a letter to Colorado’s Federal
        Delegation requesting funding for U.S. Highway 36.

        Presenter:       Michelle Krezek, Commissioners’ Staff




                                                                                        5/5/2009
                                         ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(52:14)



        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 4:05 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                  5/5/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                      BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, May 7, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:32 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

9:30 A.M.
PRESENTER: Parks & Open Space Department (9:32 – 9:59) (32:03, Tape No. 16/DAT
recorder, “counter” mode)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

1.      Public Hearing: Becker Property; County proposes to purchase approximately 75 acres
        of the land located on Bunce School Road (CR 105J) and approximately 1 mile north of
        Camp Dick.

        Presenter:       Jim Daus, Parks and Open Space Department

        Speakers:        None

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve the Becker Property purchase as presented by
        staff and discussed in hearing. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (35:00)

2.      Public Hearing: Ross-Regnier Property Exchange; County proposes to exchange
        approximately 110 acres of the Ross open space, located 1 mile south of Pike Road and
        adjacent to County Line Road in Weld County, subject to a Conservation Easement, for a
        Conservation Easement over approximately 75 adjacent acres owned by the Regnier family,
        and an option to purchase a Conservation Easement over an additional 137 acres,
        approximately.

        Presenters:      Mel Stonebraker, Parks and Open Space Department

        Speakers:        None

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to approve the Ross-Regnier Property Exchange as
        presented and discussed in hearing. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (44:38)




                                                                                            5/7/2009
11:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket EP-09-0007 (Goldbranch PUD / Abramson EP);
Exemption Plat process to allow renewable energy devices (including solar photovoltaic and
wind) to be placed within a platted 40-foot building setback area, but no closer than 7 feet from
the property line, on Lot 6 of Goldbranch PUD. This property is located in the Rural Residential
(RR) Zoning District, at 6840 Goldbranch Drive, in Section 31, T2N, R69W. (11:02 – 11:59)
(51:24, Tape No. 16/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Greg Oxenfeld, Land Use Department

        Present:         Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:        Ronald Abramson, applicant
                         Steve Dewitt, Architect
                         Jon Kottke, applicant’s attorney
                         Richard Quigley, 2005 Sundance Dr., Longmont
                         Penny Adams, 8549 Montevista
                         David Adams 8549 Montevista

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #EP-09-0007, in accordance with staff
        recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
        discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (1:19:45)

[Note: At approximately 12:00 p.m., the Board held an administrative meeting in their Small
Conference Room.]

2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Meeting: Request for a determination whether an increase in square footage to an existing
church building would be considered a substantial modification to Docket SU-97-010. The First
Christian Church proposal includes up to 2,150 sq.ft. of additional space; conversion of the
existing classroom space in the basement to storage space; and removal of the existing
mezzanine seating area in the sanctuary. No new uses are being added to the existing building
and the overall number of approved seats would be reduced from 216 to 178, which should result
in a decrease in the number of car trips occurring on site. The proposed renovations also include
removing the existing exterior domes and ornamentation that will result in a lower overall height.
The existing church building was approved through Special Use Review (Docket SU-97-010: St.
Luke Orthodox Christian Church) by the Board of County Commissioners on February 12, 1998.
This property is located at 1700 Stonehenge Drive, northwest of the intersection of Arapahoe
Road and US 287, in Section 27, T1N, R69W. (2:04 – 2:38) (00:00, Tape No. 17/DAT recorder,
“counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.




                                                                                            5/7/2009
        Presenters:     Greg Oxenfeld, Land Use Department
                        Kim Sanchez, Land Use Department

        Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:       Sam Nishek, architect

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to find that the proposal is not a substantial modification of
        special use contingent on a site plan review of proposed structure. Commissioner
        Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (16:20)

3:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Department of Housing and Human Services(3:05 – 4:04) (32:06, Tape No.
17/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

1.      Monthly meeting with the Board of County Commissioners sitting as the Board of Human
        Services (see separate agenda);

        The Board of Commissioners convened as the Board of Human Services to conduct the
        Human Services Monthly Board Meeting, whereupon it reconvened as the Board of
        County Commissioners. This meeting is tape recorded, but minutes of the proceedings
        are kept separately by the Human Services Department staff, a copy of which may be
        found in the agenda file pertaining to this date’s proceedings.

2.      Monthly meeting with the Board of County Commissioners sitting as the Boulder County
        Housing Authority (see separate agenda).

        The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority Board to conduct the
        Housing Authority Monthly Board Meeting, whereupon it reconvened as the Board of
        County Commissioners.

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Frank Alexander, Housing Authority Director
                        Ben Doyle, Housing and Human Services

        Mr. Alexander presented the Board with monthly Director’s, Finance, Property
        Management, Section 8: HCV Program, Development and Rehabilitation, and Resident
        Services reports and updates. The Board took the following actions:

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to adopt Resolution 2009-25, amending the budget for
                                                                                  st
        the Boulder County Housing Authority for the calendar year beginning the 1 day of
        January 2009 and ending the last day of December 2009 for public housing repositioning
        fees. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(39:47)


                                                                                            5/7/2009
                                              ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved to adopt Resolution 2009-26, amending the budget for the
                                                                             st
       Boulder County Housing Authority for the calendar year beginning the 1 day of January
       2009 and ending the last day of December 2009 for provision of housing crisis funds.
       Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(41:06)

10:30 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:30 – 10:42) (45:26, Tape No. 16/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
ITEMS TO NOTE FOR THE RECORD:

1.     Application to use the Courthouse Lawn from Bolder Boulder for exhibits related to the
       Bolder Boulder race on May 22 – May 24.

       Item No. 1 was noted for the record.

COMMISSIONERS CONSENT ITEMS:

2.     Parks and Open Space Department: Award of RFP #5147-09, Real Estate Services, to
       the lowest, most responsible bidder Turner Realty (3.85% fee).

3.     Human Services Division: Contract renewal with the YWCA of Boulder County for foster
       parent recruitment, training meetings and child care services ($50,000).

                                              ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 2 & 3. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(45:50)

HOUSING AUTHORITY BOARD CONSENT ITEMS:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item No. 4, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

4.     Housing Authority continuing services contracts
       a.     E-Z Excavating, Inc.;
       b.     Goldsmith Painting;
       c.     Coit Services;
       d.     Drain Away Fast Rooter;
       e.     Rapid Dry;
       f.     Columbine Appliance.




                                                                                        5/7/2009
                                             ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 4. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(48:00)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

5.     Parks and Open Space Department: Award of RFP #5137-09, Vegetation Mapping, to
       Ecotone Corporation and ESCO Associates (proposal A).

       Presenter:       Claire DeLeo, Parks and Open Space Department
                        Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                             ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(48:00)

6.     Sheriff’s Office: 2009 Boulder County Wild Land Fire Annual Operating Plan.

       Presenter:       Joe Pelle, Sheriff

                                             ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(48:48)

7.     Land Use Department: Request for the Chair to sign the Development Agreement for
       Docket SU-95-010 (Coyote Ridge NUPUD Accessory Dwelling).

       Presenter:       Greg Oxenfeld, Land Use Department

                                             ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(50:32)

Commissioners Matters

8.     Administrative Deputy: Clarification of ClimateSmart Loan Program provisions related to
       the maximum loan amounts available, to permit such loans where fees that, when added
       to the principal amount of the construction loan requested, takes the total loan above the
       $50,000 / 20% statutory actual value levels.

       Presenter:       Jana Petersen, Commissioners Administrative Deputy




                                                                                          5/7/2009
                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(51:15)

Administrative Matters

9.      Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

10.     Authorization to enter into Executive Session following today’s Business Meeting in order
        to receive legal advice pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal Advice regarding the Gold
        Branch and Rocky Mountain Christian Church items.

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Toor seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(45:39)


        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 4:04 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                         5/7/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                        BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, MAY 12, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
May 12, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:02 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

9:30 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket EP-09-003 (Valtec / Barnes / Alexander EP); Exemption Plat to adjust
the boundary between Lots 5 & 6 of Valtec Subdivision). These properties are located in the
General Industrial (GI) Zoning District, at 1812 & 1836 Valtec Lane, in Section 26, T1N, R70W.
(10:08 – 10:08) (1:03:45, Tape No. 17/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Mike Ryder, Commissioners’ Staff

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to table Docket #EP-09-003 to 9:00 a.m. on June 16, 2009.
        Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (1:03:53)


[Note: At approximately 1:30 p.m., the Board held Administrative Meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket SU-09-002 (Rock Creek Church SU / SSDP); Special Use and Site
Specific Development Plan Review for an amend-ment to Docket SU-95-04 to allow for an
expansion to an existing church. This property is located in the Estate Residential (ER) Zoning
District, at 225 Majestic View Drive, northwest of Louisville, on the west side of McCaslin
Boulevard, in Section 12, T1S, R70W. (2:02 – 2:16) (1:04:22, Tape No. 17/DAT recorder,
“counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Janice Biletnikoff, Land Use Department

        Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:       Jon VanBenthem, applicant’s architect




                                                                                           5/12/2009
                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #SU-09-002, in accordance with staff
       recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
       discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (1:13:18)

10:00 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:02 – 10:10) (46:13, Tape No. 17/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)
              (10:32 – 10:59) (50:30, Tape No. 17/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

OLD BUSINESS:
LAND USE MATTERS:

1.     Land Use Department: Appeal of the Land Use Director's determination under Article
       4-1306(C) that the Meadow Green Farm NUPUD is subject to the size thresholds under 4-
       1302(A) and not exempt from that provision under 4-1306(A)(4). Tabled from 3/31/09.
       (10:02 – 10:10) (46:13, Tape No. 17/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

       Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
       or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

       Presenters:     Dale Case, Land Use Director

       Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved to deny the appeal and uphold the Land Use Director’s
       determination. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (50:29)

10:30 A.M.

NEW BUSINESS:
HOUSING AUTHORITY BOARD CONSENT ITEMS:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item No. 2, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

2.     Housing Authority continuing services contracts:
       a.     Stripe Right, Inc.                        b.     Reliable Towing.

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 2. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(50:50)




                                                                                      5/12/2009
COMMISSIONERS ITEMS TO NOTE FOR THE RECORD:

3.     Application to use the parking lot behind the Louisville Annex from A Changing Plan
       Productions to film a scene for a movie on May 10.

4.     Application to use the Courthouse Lawn from Cheryl Fellows for the Boulder Jewish
       Festival on Sunday, June 7.

5.     First Quarter 2009 report from Richard G. Gebhardt, Boulder County Public Trustee.

       Items No. 3 through 5 were noted for the record.

COMMISSIONERS CONSENT ITEMS:

6.     Facilities Management Division: Award of RFP #5151-09, Roof Replacement for the Mental
       Health Center CAVS Addition, to the lowest, most responsible bidder B&M Roofing of
       Colorado ($89,210).

7.     Budget Office: Contract with the Association for Community Living ($107,317 Developmental
       Disabilities Fund).

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(51:13)

COMMISSIONERS DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

8.     Human Resources Division: Request from Head Start to change the salary schedule for
       Head Start employees (12-month compensation instead of 9-month).

       Presenter:      B.J. Lambden, Human Resources Division

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(51:40)

9.     Community Services Division: Request for Commissioners’ sponsorship of a letter to parents
       or guardians of Boulder Valley School District and St. Vrain Valley School District juniors and
       seniors regarding healthy choices.

       Presenter:      Robin Bohannan, Community Services Director

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(52:37)



                                                                                         5/12/2009
10.    Transportation Department: Special Event Application for County Roads from the Coal
       Creek Canyon Association for the Scar Top Mountain 12K & Spruce Canyon 5K running
       races on Saturday, July 4.

       Presenter:       Anita Riley, Transportation Department

                                             ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(53:04)

Commissioners Matters

11.    Consideration of reserve fund structure and flow of funds for the Clean Energy Options Local
       Improvement District (ClimateSmart Loan Program).

       Presenters:      Russ Caldwell, Financial Advisor to County
                        Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                             ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11 as discussed, authorizing the
       restructure of the CEOLID bonds to provide for the County to advance approximately
       $402,000 to fully fund the reserve fund as required by Standard and Poors in order to
       achieve the best possible bond rating. It was specified that the bond documents would
       provide for the County to be first in line to receive its money back after the bonds are fully
       paid off, plus an interest accrual which the Board capped at a “not to exceed” rate of
       4.5%. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(54:50)

12.    Budget Office: 2009 Budget Adjustment Request for the Road & Bridge Fund – Grants
       ($3,658,985).

       Presenters:      Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                        George Gerstle, Transportation Director

                                             ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(56:26)

13.    Administrative Deputy: Proposed membership in the Denver Metro Clean Cities Coalition
       ($250).

       Presenter:       Ann Livingston, Sustainability Coordinator




                                                                                           5/12/2009
                                          ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 13. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(56:54)

14.   Intergovernmental Relations Director:
      a.      Resolution 2009-59, In Support of Enhancing Collaborative Efforts Between the
              Boulder Valley School District, the University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder County
              and the City of Boulder to Progress Toward Environmental Sustainability;
      b.      Request from the Conservation Leaders Network for the Board to submit a letter
              to the Bureau of Land Management regarding the impacts that oil shale development
              on federal lands will have on the environment and local communities;
      c.      Proposed amendment to the Comprehensive Development Plan Intergovernmental
              Agreement with the Town of Nederland for the annexation of a parcel to be used for
              the Town’s Public Works Facility.

      Presenters:     Michelle Krezek, Commissioners’ Staff (14a & 14c)
                      Mark Ruzzin, Commissioners’ Staff (14b)
                      Larry Hoyt, County Attorney (14c)

15.   Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, May 13, as
      follows:
      a.       10:15 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
               Legal Advice;
      b.       11:00 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
               Legal Advice to discuss issues related to the Land Use Code update process;
      c.       3:45 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
               24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

      Presenter:      Larry Hoyt, County Attorney (15a)

                                          ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 15a for the purpose of discussing the
      Mountain King Rd. access, the Eason auto accident with a Sheriff’s vehicle, quiet title
      actions to clear defects from Parks and Open Space mining claim interests, the Left Hand
      Water District 1041 appeal Dodd Water Treatment plant expansion, the Goldbranch
      BuildSmart, and the Rocky Mountain Christian Church appeal. Commissioner Domenico
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:03:24)

                                          ACTION

      Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 15b. Commissioner Toor
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:03:34)




                                                                                      5/12/2009
                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 15c. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:03:43)

Administrative Matters

16.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

17.     Request for approval of a draft letter to the Governor regarding SB09-003.

        Presenter:       Michelle Krezek, Commissioners’ Staff

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 17. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:04:16)

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 2:16 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                     5/12/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                       BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, May 14, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:34 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner (excused from 9:30 a.m. Item)

9:30 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket SE-09-0008 (Clowes SE); Subdivision Exemption for a Boundary Line
Adjustment to add 0.02 acre of vacant land along Marshall Road to the 0.48-acre subject
property. This property is located in the Rural Residential (RR) Zoning District, at 1613 Marshall
Drive, south of Boulder, east of Highway 93, in Section 21, T1S, R70W. (9:34 – 9:51) (00:13,
Tape No. 18/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Janice Biletnikoff, Land Use Department

        Present:         Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:        Patrick Clowes, applicant

                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Pearlman moved to approve Docket #SE-09-0008, in accordance with
        staff recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional
        conditions as discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner
        Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0. (08:46)

11:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Vaughn Baker, Rocky Mountain National Park Superintendent Public Meeting:
Annual RMNP update.( 11:04 – 11:34) (14:31, Tape No. 18/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Vaughn Baker, Rocky Mountain National Park Superintendent

        This item was for information only.




                                                                                           5/14/2009
2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket SE-09-0007 (City of Boulder / Stratton CFLS); Community Facility Lot
Split whereby one 40.5-acre parcel will be split into one 35.32-acre parcel and one 5.18-acre
parcel. This property is located in the Agricultural (A) Zoning District, at 4090 Nimbus Road, south
                                                         th
of and adjacent to Nimbus Road and east of North 39 Street, in Section 29, T2N, R70W. (2:02 –
2:51) (29:40, Tape No. 18/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Hannah Hippely, Land Use Department

        Present:         Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:        John D’Amico, city of Boulder
                         Ron West, Parks and Open Space Department
                         Henry Poirot, 3887 Nimbus Rd.

                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve the proposed lot split in Docket #SE-09-007, in
        accordance with staff recommendations as modified in hearing. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (53:02)

4:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket DC-08-001 (Noncommercial Renewable Energy); Potential Land Use
Code amendments relating to noncommercial renewable energy systems including Wind
Powered Electric Generators (Article 4-514(O)) and Solar Energy Systems (Article 4-516(O)).
(4:02 – 7:06) (54:05, Tape No. 18/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Abby Janusz, Land Use Department

        Present:         Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:        Jim Green, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
                         James Hoffmeister, 2400 Park Lake Dr.
                         Ron Abramson, 820 Pearl, Boulder
                         Robert Sharpe, 5995 Marshall Dr., Boulder

        This item was for information only.

10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
               (10:32 – 10:42) (09:09, Tape No. 18/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)




                                                                                          5/14/2009
NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.     Financial Services Division: Warrants Issued Report for April.

2.     Administrative Services Department: Petition for Abatement or Refund of Taxes from
       Sovereign Borealis, ID #R0082678, recommended for approval by the Assessor pursuant to
       stipulation (2007 refund $11,222.98 & 2008 refund $12,764.40).

3.     Parks and Open Space Department: Award of RFP #5143-09, Log Transportation Services,
       to the only bidder J&M Logging ($140 per hour).

4.     County Attorney’s Office:
       a.     Resolution 2009-60, conditionally approving Docket EP-09-002 (Gunbarrel Green /
              Chrisman Exemption Plat);
       b.     Resolution 2009-61, conditionally approving Docket SU-08-010 (Allenspark
              Community Center);
       c.     Resolution 2009-62, conditionally approving Docket EP-09-001 (Brownsville /
              Ginther / Przywitowski Exemption Plat).

5.     Contracts:
       a.     Budget Office contract renewal with the Division of Human Services ($1,412,286
              Health & Human Services Fund);
       b.     Human Services Division renewal of the contract with OUR Center for emergency
              shelter ($25,081).

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 1 through 5. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(09:17)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

6.     Assessor’s Office: Notification of intended use of the alternate protest and appeal
       procedure pursuant to CRS 39-5-122.7.

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(09:27)

7.     Architects Division: Easement Dedication to the City of Boulder for site development at the
                                                               rd
       new Hazardous Materials Management Facility, 1901 63 Street.

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(09:36)



                                                                                        5/14/2009
8.    Transportation Department: Resolution 2009-66, approving the temporary full-time
      closure of Dry Creek Parkway, located inside a business park, on Saturday, May 30 (7:00
      a.m. – 7:00 p.m.) for a bicycle race.

                                            ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(09:48)

9.    Parks and Open Space Department:
      a.     Grant application to the Colorado State Forest Service to help fund a forest
             thinning project on Betasso Preserve ($150,000);
      b.     Resolution 2009-65, designating Graham Fowler to enforce rules & regulations
             on Parks and Open Space lands

      Presenter:       Bridgette McCarthy, Parks and Open Space Department

                                            ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9a. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(10:10)

                                            ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9b. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(10:21)

10.   County Attorney’s Office: Request for authorization to file a complaint to quiet title for the
      Golden Harp and Bull Domingo mining claims located off Magnolia Road.

      Presenter:       Conrad Lattes, County Attorney’s Office

                                            ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(10:45)

11.   Human Resources Division:
      a.    Health & Human Services Director request for approval of a termination
            recommendation;
      b.    Aging Services Division request for increases in current FTE positions related to
            the 2009 reorganization.

      Presenters:      Julia Schneider, Human Resources Division Manager (11a)
                       Dana Garrod, Human Resources Division (11b)




                                                                                           5/14/2009
                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 11a. Commissioner Toor
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(10:58)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11b. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(11:19)

12.     Aging Services Division: 2009-2010 funding requests and recommended allocations for
        Older Americans Act and Older Coloradans Program funds, as well as for American
        Recovery & Reinvestment Act funds.

        Presenter:       Sherry Leach, Aging Services Division

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 12. Commissioner Toor seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(12:02)

Commissioners Matters

13.     Constituent Services Liaison: Resolution 2009-58, proclaiming National AmeriCorps
        Week in Boulder County (May 9 – May 16).

        Presenters:      Carrie Haverfield, Commissioners’ Office
                         Lori Canova, I Have a Dream Foundation

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 13. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(13:09)

Administrative Matters

14.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

15.     County Attorney’s Office: Resolution 2009-69, approving Docket SE-09-0008 (Clowes).

        Presenter:       Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney




                                                                                     5/14/2009
                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 15. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(13:59)

16.    Commissioners Office: Authorization to enter into Executive Session at 12:00 p.m. on
       Monday May 18, 2009 for the purpose of discussing performance evaluations of
       Department Heads pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(f) Personnel Matters.

       Presenter:     Mike Ryder, Commissioners’ Staff

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 16. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(14:17)

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 7:06 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                     5/14/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                        BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, MAY 19, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
May 19, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:31 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                          Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                          Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                          Will Toor, Commissioner

9:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Commissioners’ Office
Employee of the Month Award (at employee location).

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

In a ceremony held in the Clerk and Recorder’s Office, Diana Hall was named employee of the
month for May 2009. The employee of the month received a certificate, a lapel pin, and a check
for $200. There is no tape of this event as it was held offsite.

11:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket SE-09-0009 (Nieusma / Origer LR); Subdivision Exemption for a Lot
Recognition to recognize a 0.51-acre parcel as a legal building lot. This property is located in the
                                                                    rd
Forestry (F) and Rural Residential (RR) Zoning Districts, at 2975 3 Street, Boulder, in Sections
24 & 25, T1N, R71W. (11:02 – 11:07) (57:28, Tape No. 11:00/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Hannah Hippely, Land Use Department

        Present:         Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:        Judy Nieusma, applicant

                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #SE-09-0009, in accordance with staff
        recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
        discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (59:43)




                                                                                            5/19/2009
11:45 A.M.
PRESENTER: County Attorney’s Office
Public Hearing: TEFRA Hearing on Issuance of Clean Energy Options Local Improvement
District Special Assessment Bonds for the ClimateSmart Loan Program. (11:46 – 11:48) (1:00:05,
Tape No. 19/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

        Commissioner Pearlman opened this Hearing for public comment and upon seeing no
        members of the public present to testify the meeting was closed.

[Note: At approximately 1:00 p.m., the Board held Administrative Meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Revisions to Boulder County BuildSmart Code; Staff will provide the
Commissioners with a summary of comments from the public and building community, written
appeals, and problems that the staff has experienced administering the Boulder County
BuildSmart Code. Staff will suggest solutions to the problems and issues that can be
implemented in the next version of the BuildSmart Code. (2:01 – 4:44) (00:08, Tape No. 20/DAT
recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Jeff Dwight, Chief Building Official
                        Doug Parker, Land Use Department
                                                      th
        Speakers:       Francoise Poinsatte, 2636 5 St., Boulder
                        Greg Balmer, 5188 Olde Stage Rd., Boulder
                        Karl Whitten, 9087 Jason Ct., Boulder
                        Barbara Taylor, 853 Deer Trail Rd., Boulder
                                                      th
                        Dick Schillawski, 1160 N. 119 St., Lafayette
                        Anita Koelzer, 2008 Salisbury Ct., Lafayette
                                                 th
                        Charlie Martien, 2129 13 St., Boulder
                                                nd
                        Mike West, 14095 W. 62 Ave
                        Gary Wood, Gary Wood Signature Homes
                        Richard Quigley, 2005 Sundance Dr., Longmont
                        Dirk Arnold, 13609 Gold Hill Rd., Boulder
                        Premena, P.O. Box 1038 Boulder
                        Robyn Wille, 793 Cherryvale Rd., Boulder
                                                     nd
                        Adam Stenftenagel, 1830 22 St., Boulder
                        Ian Oeser, P.O. Box 728, Boulder
                                            st
                        Mike Marsh, 265 31 Street, Boulder
                        Richard Lefcourt, 915 Koss St., Longmont
                        Tim Pate, 6261 Walker Dr., Niwot
                        Dan Dahlberg, 290 Garfield St., Denver
                        Eric Daub, 1887 Orchard, Boulder
                        Lynn Segal, 538 Dewey, Boulder
                        Bob Schader, 7030 Indian Peaks, Gunbarrel
                        Kimberly King-Poblaski, 4452 Driftwood Place
                        Brady Van Matre, 7530 Baseline



                                                                                       5/19/2009
                        Ed Alstrand, 998 Cherryvale Rd.
                        Trevor Parmiter, 4433 N.E. County Line Rd., Boulder
                                               rd
                        Tim Ackerman, 7914 73 , Longmont


                                             ACTION

        The Board gave Land Use staff direction for furthering this process whereupon
        Commissioner Toor moved to table this item for additional consideration at 3:00 p.m. on
        June 11, 2009. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (1:21:34)

[Note: At approximately 5:00 p.m., the Board met with the Boulder Valley School District Board of
Directors and Boulder County Sheriff in the Boulder Valley School District Main Office Board
Room at 6500 Arapahoe, Boulder.]

10:00 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
               (10:31 – 10:46) (49:38, Tape No. 19/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

OLD BUSINESS:
LAND USE MATTERS:

1.      Land Use Department: Left Hand Water District's appeal of the Land Use Director's
        determination under Article 4-406 of the Boulder County Land Use Code and specifically
        referring to the Director's March 3, 2009 determination requiring Article 8 review for the
        District's Dodd Water Treatment Plant expansion. Tabled from 4/7/09.

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to table Item No. 1 to 10:00 a.m. on June 2, 2009.
        Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(49:57)

10:30 a.m.

NEW BUSINESS:
ITEMS TO NOTE FOR THE RECORD:

2.      Application to use the Courthouse Lawn from Downtown Boulder, Inc. for Bands on the
        Bricks concerts on Wednesday evenings, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. (June 10 – August 12).

3.      Application to use the Courthouse Lawn from Downtown Boulder, Inc. for Noon Tunes
        concerts on Fridays, noon – 1:30 p.m. (June 12 – August 14).

        Items No. 2 and 3 were noted for the record.




                                                                                          5/19/2009
HOUSING AUTHORITY BOARD CONSENT ITEMS:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item No. 4, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

4.     Housing Authority continuing services contracts with
       a.     Bella Energy;
       b.     Stanley Security Solutions;
       c.     Superior Aggregates;
       d.     Freedom Fire Protection (renewal).

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 4. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(50:19)

COMMISSIONERS CONSENT ITEMS:

5.     County Attorney’s Office: Resolution 2009-63, conditionally approving Docket EP-09-
       0007 (Goldbranch PUD / Abramson Exemption Plat).

6.     Parks and Open Space Department: Fiber Optic Utility Easement and Temporary
       Construction Easement granted to the City of Boulder (Ervin Fox and Sara Lee properties).

7.     Coroner’s Office: Award of RFP #5156-09, Pathology Services, to the only responder
       Boulder Valley Pathology ($1,025 per case), with attached contract.

8.     Contracts:
       a.     Sheriff’s Office contract with the Department of Housing & Human Services for
              security services ($128,600);
       b.     Human Services Division contract with Solany Document Management for
              imaging services ($169,500);
       c.     Workforce Boulder County grant agreement with the Colorado Department of
              Labor & Employment for Program Year 2009 (amount to be determined);
       d.     Road Maintenance renewal of the contract with COBITCO, Inc. for emulsified
              asphalt ($130,000);
       e.     Community Services Department amendment to the Family Self Sufficiency case
              management training contract with OUR Center to expand the scope of work
              provided by OMNI Research (no additional expenditure);
       f.     Longs Peak Energy Conservation amendment to the weatherization assistance
              program grant agreement with the Governor’s Energy Office to increase the
              State’s portion of overall funding (no change to total funding).

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 5 through 8. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(50:26)

COMMISSIONERS DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters



                                                                                     5/19/2009
9.      County Attorney’s Office: Employee Legal Representation Agreement with Dale Sherratt.

        Presenter:      Andy MacDonald, Assistant County Attorney

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Toor seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(50:42)

10.     Transportation Department: Special Event Applications for County Roads from
        a.     Boulder Racing, for the Superior Time Trial bike race on Friday, May 22 (4:30 –
               8:00 p.m.);
        b.     The National MS Society, for the Bike MS event on the weekend of June 27 & 28
               (4:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.)

        Presenter:      Anita Riley, Transportation Department

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 10a. Commissioner Toor
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(54:25)

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10b. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(54:36)

11.     Parks and Open Space Department: Water Pipeline Agreement and Water Stock Transfer
        Request (Parrish Ranch property).

        Presenter:      Conrad Lattes, County Attorney’s Office

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 11. Commissioner Toor seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(53:16)

[Note: The Board briefly reconvened the Business Meeting from 11:48 to 11:49 a.m. to clarify their
previous motion on Item No.11.]

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to clarify that their approval of Item No. 11 involves an
        undivided 50% interest in one share of capital stock in the supply and irrigating ditch
        company. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:01:12)



                                                                                           5/19/2009
Commissioners Matters

12.    Grant proposal from the Four Mile Fire Protection District for Limited Gaming Impact Funds
       from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs.

       Presenter:       Mike Ryder, Commissioners’ Staff

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(55:57)

13.    Ratification of the Chair’s 5/15/09 signature on a letter of support for the Denver Metro
       Clean Cities Coalition’s application for a Clean Cities Fiscal Year 2009 Petroleum
       Reduction Technologies Project grant.

       Presenter:       Michelle Krezek, Commissioners’ Staff

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 13. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(56:22)

14.    Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 19,
       pursuant to CRS-24-402(4)(f) Personnel Matters, to discuss performance evaluations for
       department heads Larry Hoyt, Michelle Krezek, Jana Petersen, Ron Stewart, George
       Gerstle, Margaret Parish, Keith Ickes, Frank Alexander, Dale Case & Robin Bohannan.

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 14. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(56:38)

15.    Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, May 20, as
       follows:
       a.       9:00 a.m. pursuant to CRS-24-402(4)(f) Personnel Matters, to discuss performance
                evaluations for department heads Larry Hoyt, Michelle Krezek, Jana Petersen, Ron
                Stewart, George Gerstle, Margaret Parish, Keith Ickes, Frank Alexander, Dale Case
                & Robin Bohannan;
       b.       10:15 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
                Legal Advice;
       c.       3:45 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

               Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney




                                                                                          5/19/2009
                                           ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 15a. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(56:48)

                                           ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 15b for the purpose of discussing public
        records request response fees, the appeal of the Rocky Mountain Christian Church case,
        and the Eason Accident Settlement. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(57:06)

                                           ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 15c. Commissioner Toor
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(57:15)

Administrative Matters

16.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.


        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 4:44 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                     5/19/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                       BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, May 21, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:03 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

9:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket DC-09-001 (Land Use Code Text Amendments); Proposed text
amendments to Articles 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 & 18 of the Boulder County Land Use Code to correct
and clarify minor and miscellaneous provisions involving: Deletion of references to the Colorado
Land Use Commission; changes in terminology to “undesirable plant management plan” and
“septic system”; corrections to “Accessory Horse Keeping” in the MF, SR, GI and LI zoning
districts; changes to terms of appointment to the Board of Adjustment; revisions to the
Conservation Easement language and standards in Article 6-800; and additions to the definition
of “Substantial Improvement” related to the Floodplain Overlay District. (9:03 – 9:15) (00:01,
Tape No. 21/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Pete Fogg, Land Use Department

        Present:         Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:        None

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to approve Docket DC-09-001 in accordance with staff
        recommendations, as discussed in hearing. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (05:47)

10:00 A.M.

1.      BUSINESS MEETING (Item No. 1 – see separate agenda below).

2.      PRESENTER: County Attorney’s Office
        Public Hearing: Clean Energy Options Local Improvement District (LID) Bond
        Resolution and Assessment Resolution. (10:09 – 10:16)(09:10, Tape No. 21/DAT
        recorder, “counter” mode)

        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney
                         Tom Weihe, Kutak Rock, Bond Counsel




                                                                                          5/21/2009
                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Assessment Resolution 2009-56. Commissioner
       Domenico seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(11:55)

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Bond Resolution 2009-57 Commissioner
       Toor seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(12:06)

[Note: Although Commissioner Pearlman opened the 10:00 a.m. item for public testimony, no
members of the public came forth.]

[Note: At approximately 11:00 a.m., the Board held Administrative Meetings in the small
conference room.]

10:00 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
               (10:02 – 10:09) (6:05, Tape No. 21/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)
              (10:33 – 10:36) (13:08, Tape No. 21/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
COMMISSIONER MATTERS:

1.     Budget Office: 2009 Budget Adjustment Request from General Administration for the
       ClimateSmart Loan Program.($422,124) (10:02 – 10:09) (6:05, Tape No. 21/DAT
       recorder, “counter” mode)

       Presenters:     Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney
                       Russ Caldwell, Financial Advisor

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 1. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(09:05)

10:30 a.m.

NEW BUSINESS:
HOUSING AUTHORITY BOARD CONSENT ITEMS:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item No. 2, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:




                                                                                    5/21/2009
2.     Housing Authority Resolution 2009-27, approving the addition of another qualified vendor
       to the list of insulation contractors available for service contracts with Longs Peak Energy
       Conservation, to take advantage of increased funding available from the American Recovery
       & Reinvestment Act (Lawton Energy Saving Solutions).

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 2. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(13:20)

COMMISSIONERS CONSENT ITEMS:

3.     Transportation Department: Contract with the Regional Transportation District (RTD) for
       additional bus service on the JUMP and Y routes ($40,731.52).

4.     Administrative Services Department: Petitions for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
       a.     Environmental Cleaners, ID #P0306738, recommended for approval by the
              Assessor (2007 refund $1,676.64 & 2008 refund $1,785.12);
       b.     Bryan Telea & Ronald Fiske, ID #R0004607, recommended for approval by
              the Assessor pursuant to stipulation (2007 refund $2,029.64 & 2008 refund
              ($2,101.30).

5.     County Attorney’s Office:
       a.     Resolution 2009-64, finding that a proposal by the First Christian Church is not a
              substantial modification to Docket SU-07-010 (previously St. Luke Orthodox
              Church);
       b.     Resolution 2009-68, conditionally approving Docket SU-09-002 (Rock Creek
              Church).

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 3 through 5. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(13:32)

COMMISSIONERS DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

6.     Parks and Open Space Department: Grant application to the Farm and Ranch Land
       Protection Program to assist with the acquisition of Parcel C of the Regnier Conservation
       Easement, 137 acres located approximately ½ mile east of East County Line Road and
       1½ miles south of Longmont, in Weld County ($1,060,000).

       Presenter:      Bridgette McCarthy, Parks and Open Space Department

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(13:55)




                                                                                       5/21/2009
Commissioners Matters

7.      Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May
        26, with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(a)
        Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

                                           ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Toor seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(14:09)

Administrative Matters

8.      Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 10:36 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                      5/21/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                       BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, MAY 26, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
May 26, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:32 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair (excused)
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

[Note: At approximately 10:00 a.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
               (10:32 – 10:45) (13:56, Tape No. 21/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.      County Attorney’s Office: Resolution 2009-72, approving Docket DC-09-001 (Land Use
        Code Text Amendments to Articles 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 & 18).

2.      Workforce Boulder County: Expenditure Authorization for American Recovery and
        Reinvestment Act funds ($1,252,818 revenue).

3.      Commissioners’ Office: Award of RFP #5140-09, Public Opinion Survey, to the lowest,
        most responsible bidder Talmey-Drake ($10,000).

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 1 through 3. Commissioner Pearlman
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(14:04)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

4.      Transportation Department: Special Event Applications for County Roads from
        a.     5430 Sports, for the Boulder Peak Triathlon on Sunday, July 12;
        b.     Allenspark Community Cultures Council, for the Allenspark Town Run on
               Saturday, July 18.

        Presenter:      Anita Riley, Transportation Department




                                                                                         5/26/2009
                                         ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 4. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(14:37)

5.   Human Services Division: Request for a bid waiver with the Mental Health Center of
     Boulder County to provide services for the Community Infant Project ($84,917), with
     attached contract.

                                         ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(14:48)

6.   Human Resources Division: District Attorney’s Office request to increase a half-time
     Legal Assistant position in the Longmont office to full-time.

     Presenter:      Kim Sager, Human Resources Division

                                         ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(15:44)

7.   County Attorney’s Office: Letter Agreement with the Town of Erie regarding management
     of Goosehaven Conservation Easements.

     Presenter:      Conrad Lattes, County Attorney’s Office

                                         ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(16:23)

8.   Parks and Open Space Department: Recommendation to reject RFP #5139-09, Trash
     Service and On-Site Restroom Cleaning, due to budget constraints.

     Presenter:      Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director

                                         ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(16:49)




                                                                                     5/26/2009
9.     Financial Services Division: Blue Mountain Environmental Consulting appeal of RFP
       #5137-09, Vegetation Mapping Services (awarded 5/7/09 to Ecotone Corporation and
       ESCO Associates).

       Presenters:      Jenny Olberding, Purchasing
                        Larry Hoyt, County Attorney
                        Jennifer Kessler, Parks and Open Space Department

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved to deny Blue Mountain Environmental Consulting’s appeal.
       Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(18:15)

Commissioners Matters

10.    Budget Office: 2009 Budget Transfer Request for the District Attorney’s Office ($3,240).

       Presenter:       Margaret Parish, Budget Officer

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(18:42)

11.    Budget Office: 2009 Budget Supplementals for Carryover Requests
       a.     General Fund (total $8,325,379);
       b.     Road & Bridge Fund ($7,162,076);
       c.     Eldorado Springs Fund ($192,627);
       d.     Conservation Trust Fund ($142,155);
       e.     Worthy Cause Fund ($1,944,601);
       f.     Open Space I Fund (total $304,116);
       g.     Open Space II Fund ($4,080,250);
       h.     Capital Expenditure Fund (total $3,458,128);
       i.     Recycling Center Fund (total $1,675,932).

       Presenters:      Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                        Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(19:26)

12.    Request from the Conservation Leaders Network to submit a letter to the Bureau of Land
       Management regarding the impacts that oil shale development on Federal Lands will
       have on the environment and local communities.

       Presenters:      Larry Hoyt, County Attorney
                        Mark Ruzzin, Commissioners’ Staff




                                                                                       5/26/2009
                                         ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(20:26)

Administrative Matters

13.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.


        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 10:45 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                 5/26/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                       BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
June 2, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:01 p.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair (excused until 5:00 p.m.)
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

11:00 A.M.
PUBLIC COMMENT: Members of the public may address the County Commissioners on any
county related issue; (11:02 – 11:37) (29:35, Tape No. 21/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Speakers: Richard Behrmann, 8110 Ouray Dr., Longmont
                  Toby Bramble, 8548 Stirrup Lane
                  Lois Ebel, 5877 Niwot Rd., Longmont
                  C.J. Ebel, 5877 Niwot Rd., Longmont
                  Helen Gould, 6075 Prospect Rd., Longmont
                  Timothy Schabacker, 5706 Prospect Rd., Longmont
                  Nancy Hindman, 5305 Niwot Rd., Longmont
                  Richard Carlson, 5469 Niwot Rd., Longmont
                  David Levin, 96 Artesian, Eldorado Springs
                  Beth Weintraub, 5706 Prospect Rd.

        All members of the public addressed the Board regarding concerns about a proposed
        Boulder to Lyons Trail, with the exception of Mr. Levin who spoke about the Eldorado
        Springs Wastewater Treatment Project.

[Note: The Board held administrative meetings in their Small Conference Room following the
Public Comment session.

5:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Parks & Open Space Department
Public Hearing: Betasso Preserve Management Plan. (5:01 – 6:54) (46:33, Tape No. 21/DAT
recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Ernst Strenge, Parks and Open Space Department
                        Therese Glowacki, Parks and Open Space Department

        Speakers:       Jill Jones, 1119 Maxwell, Boulder
                                                    th
                        Raymond Bridge, 435 S. 38 St.
                        Mike Barrow, 802 Sherman St., Longmont
                        Justin Dickenson, 387 Camino Bosque, Boulder
                        Mark McIntyre, 2045 Balsam, Boulder
                        Jenn Archuleta, P.O. Box 4706 Boulder
                        Marsha Barber, 1101 Mountain Pines Rd.
                        Arleen Miller, 173 Wild Tiger Rd.
                        Linda Senser, 1763 Fourmile Canyon



                                                                                          6/2/2009
                       Bonney Forbes, 1188 Weaver Rd.
                       Scott Wingert, 2301 Pearl St., Boulder
                       Jason Vogel, 1245 Berea, Boulder

                                 [Continued on Tape No. 22]

       [Note: Commissioner Toor moved to make amendments to the proposed plan, but his
       motion failed for lack of a second. ]

                                              ACTION

       Commissioner Pearlman moved to approve the Betasso Preserve Management Plan as
       proposed and modified in hearing. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, no. Motion carried 3-0. (12:55)

10:00 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:01 – 10:12) (20:41, Tape No. 21/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)
              (10:32 – 10:39) (26:13, Tape No. 21/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

OLD BUSINESS:
LAND USE ITEMS:

1.     Land Use Department: Left Hand Water District's appeal of the Land Use Director's
       determination under Article 4-406 of the Boulder County Land Use Code and specifically
       referring to the Director's March 3, 2009 determination requiring Article 8 review for the
       District's Dodd Water Treatment Plant expansion. Tabled from 4/7/09 & 5/19/09.
       (10:01 – 10:12) (20:41, Tape No. 21/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

       Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
       or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

       Presenters:     Dale Case, Land Use Department

       Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

       Speakers:       Dick Lyons, Applicant’s representative

                                              ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved to table Item No. 1 indefinitely. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0. (25:43)

10:30 a.m.

NEW BUSINESS:
ITEMS TO NOTE FOR THE RECORD:

2.     Application to use the Justice Center Parking Lot from Boulder Creek Events, for vendor
       parking during the Boulder Creek Festival held May 22 – 25.

       Item No. 2 was noted for the record.



                                                                                          6/2/2009
The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Items No. 3 and 4, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

HOUSING AUTHORITY CONSENT ITEMS:

3.     Signature authorization form for a new Longs Peak Energy Conservation bank account with
       Wells Fargo.

4.     Housing and Human Services Department amendment to the Housing Crisis Prevention
       Program contract with the Housing Authority to increase the services provided by
       $150,000 (from $900,000 to $1,050,000) (This agreement must also be approved by the
       Board of County Commissioners – see Item #5).

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No.3 and 4. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(26:30)

COMMISSIONERS CONSENT ITEMS:

5.     Housing and Human Services Department amendment to the Housing Crisis Prevention
       Program contract with the Housing Authority to increase the services provided by
       $150,000 (from $900,000 to $1,050,000)

6.     This item was withdrawn.

7.     Road Maintenance Division: Award of Bid #5165-09, 3/8” Chips, to the lowest, most
       responsible bidder for Alternate #1, Pioneer Sand Company ($21.25 per ton) and for
       Alternate #2, Pioneer Sand Company ($9.75 per ton) and L.G. Everist ($10.30 per ton).

8.     Parks and Open Space Department: Exercise of Option Letters for the Farm in Boulder
       Valley and the Zweck properties.

9.     Community Services Department: Grant award from the Colorado Division of Criminal
       Justice for the Minority Family Advocate Program ($9,280).

10.    Budget Office contracts:
       a.     Special Transit ($131,300 Health & Human Services Fund);
       b.     Boulder County Public Health ($319,934 Health & Human Services Fund);
       c.     Mental Health Center of Boulder County ($1,718,606 Health & Human Services
              Fund);
       d.     Mental Health Center of Boulder County ($1,768,514 General Fund).




                                                                                      6/2/2009
11.    Other contracts:
       a.      Commissioners Office pass-thru energy grant funding from the Colorado Department
               of Local Affairs to the City of Boulder (amount depends on improvements made);
       b.      Transportation Department amendment to the agreement with the Urban Drainage
                                                                   th
               and Flood Control District for replacement of the 95 Street bridge over Boulder
               Creek, to increase funding from the District by $350,000 (to $600,000);
       c.      Road Maintenance Division agreement with the U.S. Forest Service to provide
               maintenance on Forest Service roads (amount depends on work performed);
       d.      Community Justice Services Division renewal of the community corrections
               funding agreement with the Colorado Division of Criminal Justice (amount
               depends on services performed).

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5 and Items No. 7 through 11.
       Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(26:41)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

12.    This item was withdrawn prior to hearing.

13.    This item was withdrawn prior to hearing.

14.    Transportation Department: Special Event Application for County Roads from Bikerpelli
       Sports, for the Sunrise Century cycling event on Saturday, July 25 (6:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.)

       No action was taken on this item. The Board requested to have Item No. 14 brought back
       at a future Business Meeting in order to receive additional information from staff.

15.    Human Resources Division: Proposed additions to Housing & Human Services
       Department staff.

       Presenter:      Dana Garrod, Human Resources Division

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 15. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(27:16)

Housing Authority Board Matters

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item No. 16, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

16.    Housing Authority Resolution 2009-28, approving the award of RFP #5146-09, Window
       Replacement at the 512 – 516 West South Boulder Road site, to the second lowest bidder
       New Windows for America ($21,997).

       Presenter:      Jim Wilson, Boulder County Housing Authority



                                                                                         6/2/2009
                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 16. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(27:58)

Commissioners Matters

17.    Budget Office: 2009 Budget Adjustment Request for the Clean Energy LID Fund –
       ClimateSmart Loan Program ($6,992,775).

       Presenter:       Margaret Parish, Budget Officer

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 17. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(28:44)

18.    Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, June 3, as
       follows:
       a.       10:15 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
                Legal Advice;
       b.       2:30 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

       Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 18a for the purpose of discussing a
       proposed settlement with the Environmental Protection Agency regarding the Evening
       Star Mine, an appeal of a Citizen Review Panel decision, and the annual auditor’s draft
       letter. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(29:05)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 18b. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(29:14)




                                                                                        6/2/2009
Administrative Matters

19.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 6:54 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                  6/2/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                      BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, June 4, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:43 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner (excused)

10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
               (10:43 – 10:55) (13:58, Tape No. 22/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
COMMISSIONERS CONSENT ITEMS:

1.      Administrative Services Department: Petitions for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
        recommended for denial by the Assessor, where Petitioners have waived a hearing
                        th
        a.     1600 38 Street LLC, ID #R0072449 (2006);
                        th
        b.     1650 38 Street LLC, ID #R0072450 (2006);
                        th
        c.     1680 38 Street LLC, ID #R0072452 (2006);
                        th
        d.     1790 38 Street LLC, ID #R0072457 (2006).

2.      County Attorney’s Office:
        a.     Resolution 2009-70, conditionally approving Docket SE-09-0007 (City of Boulder /
               Stratton Community Facility Lot Split);
        b.     Resolution 2009-71, conditionally approving Docket SE-09-0009 (Nieusma / Origer
               Lot Recognition).

3.      Architects Division: Award of Bid #5168-09, Electrical / Audio / Visual Parts, to multiple
        vendors to achieve the best pricing on individual items (CED, Inc., AllCable, Inc.,
        Intermountain Lock & Security, Firetrol Protection Systems, 3XLogic, Inc., and Kele, Inc.)

4.      Workforce Boulder County: Expenditure Authorization to transfer funds between
        accounts (no new expenditure).

5.      Parks and Open Space Department: Contract with the Boulder County Fair, Livestock
        Show & Rodeo for the 2009 County Fair ($40,000).

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 1 through 5. Commissioner
        Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(14:14)

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item No. 6, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:



                                                                                            6/4/2009
HOUSING AUTHORITY BOARD CONSENT ITEMS:

6.     Housing Authority continuing services contracts with Montgomery Insulation and Besam
       Entrance Solutions (amounts depend on services performed).

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(14:18)

COMMISSIONERS DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

7.     Transportation Department: Special Event Application for County Roads from Bikerpelli
       Sports, for the Sunrise Century cycling event on Saturday, July 25 (6:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.)

       Presenter:      Anita Riley, Transportation Department

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(14:38)

8.     Facilities Management Division: Guaranty Letter requested by Xcel Energy in lieu of security
       deposit for the Kaiser Building solar system.

       Presenter:      Ron Diedrichson, Facilities Management Division

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(14:52)

9.     Administrative Services Department: Petition for Abatement or Refund of Taxes from Mary
       Lutz, ID #R0144117, recommended for denial by the Assessor and partial approval by the
       hearing referee (refunds if referee recommendation approved $86.02 for 2007 and $87.82 for
       2008).

       Presenter:      Jennifer Mendez, Assessor’s office

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(15:27)




                                                                                         6/4/2009
10.     Administrative Services Department: Petitions for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
        recommended for denial by the hearing referee
        a.     Ingrid Harrison, ID #R0035850 (2008);
        b.     FHCC LTD, ID #R0503280, #R0503281 & #R0503282 (2006, 2007, 2008).

                                           ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval the hearing referee’s recommendation to deny
        the above abatement petitions.. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(15:42)

Commissioners Matters

11.     Budget Office: 2009 Budget Adjustment Requests
        a.     Countywide Services & Benefits – Niwot Local Improvement District ($25,000);
        b.     Sheriff’s Office ($53,467);
        c.     Sheriff’s Office ($10,358).

        Presenters:      Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                         Bruce Warren, 7321 Niwot Road (11a)
                         Harris Faberman, 1236 Chinook Way (11a)

                                           ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 11a. Commissioner Pearlman
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(19:05)

                                           ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 11b and 11c. Commissioner
        Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(16:33)

Administrative Matters

12.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 10:55 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                      6/4/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                       BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
June 9, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:32 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair (excused)
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

[Note: At approximately 11:00 a.m. and again at 1:00 p.m., the Board held administrative
meetings in their Small Conference Room.]

10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
               (10:32 – 10:29) (19:16, Tape No. 22/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.      County Attorney’s Office: Resolution 2009-67, denying an appeal of the Land Use
        Director’s determination that the Meadow Green Farm NUPUD Subdivision is not exempt
        from Article 4-1300 of the Land Use Code.

2.      Transportation Department: Award of contract for the State Highway 7 & East County
        Line Road Intersection Project to the lowest, most responsible bidder Mountain
        Constructors, Inc. ($598,228).

3.      Facilities Management Division: Contract with B&M Roofing to replace the roof at the
        Mental Health Center ($83,328).

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 1 through 3. Commissioner Pearlman
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(19:25)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

4.      Human Resources Division: Community Services Department request for a new grant-
        funded FTE position.

        Presenter:      Michelle Hensley, Human Resources Division




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                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 4. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(19:50)

5.     Transportation Department: Resolution 2009-73, providing for the temporary closure of
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       Quicksilver Road (North 119 Street – East County Line Road) during construction of the
       St. Vrain Greenways Pedestrian Underpass.

       Presenter:       Leslie Swirhun, Transportation Department

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(20:17)

6.     Parks and Open Space Department: Award of Bid #5145-09, Brush Chipper, to Vermeer
       Sales & Service of Colorado ($35,332).

       Presenter:       Joe Thiltgen, Parks and Open Space Department

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(21:01)

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item No. 7, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

Housing Authority Board Matters

7.     Long’s Peak Energy Conservation letter to the Governor’s Energy Office regarding
       compliance issues.

       Presenter:       Lisa Bangs, Housing Authority

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(22:31)

Commissioners Matters

8.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, June
       11, with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal Advice to
       discuss issues related to the Land Use Code update process.




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        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(22:46)

Administrative Matters

9.      Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 10:39 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                  6/9/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                       BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY,JUNE 11, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, June 11, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:02 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

9:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Office of Emergency Management
Public Hearing: Adoption of the Boulder Emergency Operations Plan. (9:02 – 9:09) (23:11, Tape
No. 22/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Mary Harper, Boulder Office of Emergency Management

        Present:         Andy MacDonald, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:        None

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to adopt the Boulder Emergency Operations Plan as
        presented and discussed in hearing with the adoption of Resolution 2009-74 as prepared
        by staff. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (25:37)

9:30 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket LU-09-002 (Parker Demonstration Farm); Limited Impact Special Use for
a demonstration farm and a temporary farm stand. This proposed project is located in the
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Agricultural Zoning District, at 6481 North 63 Street, north of Boulder and west of Highway 119,
in Section 34, T2N, R70W. (10:53 – 10:54) (33:14, Tape No. 22/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Jana Petersen, Administrative Deputy

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to table Docket #LU-09-002 indefinitely. Commissioner
        Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (33:27)




                                                                                          6/11/2009
[Note: The Board held administrative meetings in their Small Conference Room at
approximately 9:30 a.m. and again at 10:00 a.m. in the same location.]

11:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Community Action Programs
Public Hearing: Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Stimulus Grant Presentation. (11:09 –
11:23) (33:34, Tape No. 22/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

       Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
       or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

       Presenters:     Janet Heimer, Community Action Programs

       Speakers:       None

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved to approve the Community Services Bock Grant Stimulus
       Grant proposal as presented by staff and discussed in hearing. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (40:28)

3:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Meeting: Revisions to the Boulder County BuildSmart Code; Staff will provide the
Commissioners with a summary of comments from the public and Building Community, written
appeals, and problems that the staff has experienced administering the Boulder County
BuildSmart Code. Staff will suggest solutions to the problems and issues that can be
implemented into the next version of the BuildSmart Code. Tabled from 05/19/09.
 (3:01 – 3:56) (40:46, Tape No. 22/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

       Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
       or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

       Presenters:     Jeff Dwight, Chief Building Official
                       Doug Parker, Land Use Department

       Speakers:       Richard Lefcourt, 915 Koss St., Erie
                       Greg Balmer, 5188 Olde Stage Rd.
                       Richard Quigley, 2005 Sundance Dr., Longmont
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                       Dick Schillawski, 1160 N. 119 St.

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved to adopt the proposed revisions as presented and
       discussed in hearing with an effective date of June 11, 2009. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (1:06:22)




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10:30 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:40 – 10:53) (26:49, Tape No. 22/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
ITEMS TO NOTE FOR THE RECORD:

1.     Application for use of the Courthouse Lawn from Downtown Boulder Inc., for the
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       Downtown Boulder Art Fair on July 18 – 20 (9AM to 8PM);

2.     Application for use of the Justice Center Parking Lot from Downtown Boulder Inc., for
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       artist parking for Downtown Boulder Art Fair on July 17th – 19 (5PM-8PM).

       Items No. 1 and 2 were noted for the record.

CONSENT ITEMS:

3.     Financial Services Division: Warrants Issued Report for May 2009.

4.     Commissioners’ Office:
       a.    Letter to Colorado Division of Property Taxation regarding condominium property
             of Dental Aid Inc.;
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5.     Transportation Department: Award of bid #5162-09, N. 95 St. Bridge replacement, to
       the lowest, most responsible bidder, Defalco Construction Company ($933,505.36)

6.     Parks and Open Space Department:
       a.     Purchase agreement, Becker Property;
       b.     Contract with Cecil Logging Inc. for work on Heil Valley Ranch ($36,997.80).

7.     Contracts:
       a.     Assessors Office: Contract with Farragut Systems Inc. for re-integration of Parcel
              Sync for new software system ($80,000.00);
       b.     Housing & Human Services: contract with the Mental Health Center of Boulder
              County for Foster Parent Recruitment and Training ($91,344.81);
       c.     Housing & Human Services: contract with EFAA to provide basic Cash
              Assistance Families with Emergency Shelter ($77,914.00).

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 3 through 7. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(27:19)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

8.     Human Resources Division: Request from Longs Peak Energy Conservation to expand
       through the American Recovery and Investment Tax Act of 2009.

       Presenter:      Dana Garrod, Human Resources Division




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                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(27:43)

9.    Information Technology Division: Request to hire above entry level GIS applications
      developer.

      Presenter:      Dana Garrod, Human Resources Division
                      Mike Harlan, Information Technology Division

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Toor seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(28:34)

10.   Transportation Department: Resolution 2009-75, authorizing the temporary closure of N.
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      119 Street between Baseline Road and Arapahoe Road.

      Presenter:      Leslie Swirhun, Transportation Department

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(28:52)

11.   Land Use Department: Approval of grant application under Boulder County Historic
      Landmark Rehabilitation Grant Program.

      Presenter:      Denise Grimm, Land Use Department

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(28:52)

12.   County Attorney’s Office:
      a.     Contract amendments with RC Energy (solar panel projects);
      b.     Settlement agreement with the EPA relating to the Evening Star Mine.

      Presenters:     Mark Doherty, Deputy County Attorney (12a)
                      Conrad Lattes, Assistant County Attorney (12b)




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                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12a. Commissioner Domenico
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(30:14)

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12b. Commissioner Domenico
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(30:29)

13.   Human Services Division: Request for a bid waiver for Mental Health Center to provide
      services to the Family Integrated Treatment Court (not to exceed $75,000) with attached
      contract.

      Presenter:      Cara Froelich, Human Services Division

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 13. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(13:51)

14.   Administrative Services Department: Petitions for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
      recommended for denial by the hearing referee
      a.     Dennis Dresselhaus, ID #R0004869 (2008);
      b.     Robert & Donna McCraith,ID #R0149384 (2008);
      c.     Lance Messinger, ID #R0000577 (2008);
      d.     Nahid Sedaghat, ID #R0144748 (2008);
      e.     Barbara & Mark Stager, ID #R0108810 (2008);
      f.     1991 Greenfield Children’s Trust, ID #R0105008 (2007 & 2008);
                                               ID #R0034953 (2007 & 2008).

      Presenters:     Jana Petersen, Commissioners’ Deputy
                      Maraya Brooks, Appeals Coordinator

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of the referees’ recommendations to deny Items No.
      14a through 14e, but to hold over Item No. 14f for further consideration. Commissioner
      Domenico seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(31:46)

15.   Administrative Services: Purchase agreement with Colorado Tennis Facilities LLC to
      purchase 9.7 acres of land.

      Presenter:      Keith Ickes, Administrative Services Department Director




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                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 15. Commissioner Toor seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(32:18)

16.     Facilities Management Division: Award of RFP# 5171-09, Justice Center Parking
        Garage deck repair, to Diamond Hills Services Inc. ($39,321.00)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 16. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(32:30)

Commissioners Matters

17.     County Attorney’s Office: Authorization to sign letter joining in the National Commission
        on Energy Policy’s position concerning the “Property Assessed Clean Energy” finance
        proposal for federal guarantees of clean energy/energy efficiency bond issues.

        Presenter:       Jana Petersen, Commissioners’ Deputy

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 17. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(33:01)

18.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, June 12,
        pursuant to CRS-24-402(4)(f) Personnel Matters, to discuss performance evaluations for
        department heads Larry Hoyt, Michelle Krezek, Jana Petersen, Ron Stewart, George
        Gerstle, Margaret Parish, Keith Ickes, Frank Alexander, Dale Case & Robin Bohannan.

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 18. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(33:14)

Administrative Matters

19.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 3:56 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]


                                                                                         6/11/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                       BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
June 16, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:02 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

9:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket EP-09-003 (Valtec / Barnes / Alexander EP); Exemption Plat to adjust the
boundary between Lots 5 & 6 of Valtec Subdivision. These properties are at 1812 & 1836 Valtec
Lane, in Section 26, T1N, R70W. Tabled from 05/12/09. (11:27 – 11:27) (16:10, Tape No.
23/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Speakers:       Mike Ryder, Commissioners’ Staff

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to table Docket #EP-09-003 indefinitely. Commissioner
        Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (16:16)

[Note: At approximately 11:30 a.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

[Note: At approximately 12:00 p.m., the Board met in the Dickey Lee Hullinghorst Room with Jeff
Zayach, Public Health Director, and County staff regarding space needs.]

2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket SPR-09-0023 (Jablonski Residence); Request by the applicant to appeal
the Land Use Department determination of a Site Plan Review for deconstruction of an existing
3,245 sq.ft. residence and construction of a new 5,942 sq.ft. residence (2,769 sq.ft. first floor /
912 sq.ft. basement & 1,261 sq.ft. attached garage). This property is located in the Suburban
Residential (SR) Zoning District, at 6989 Green Willow Court, in Section 11, T1N, R70W. (2:01 –
2:50) (16:22, Tape No. 23/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Janice Biletnikoff, Land Use Department

        Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney
                        Kim Sanchez, Land Use Department



                                                                                          6/16/2009
        Speakers:        Rick Johnson, Johnson & Repucci

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to uphold the Land Use Director’s determination regarding
        Docket #SPR-09-0023. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (44:00)

3:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket LU-09-001 / SPR-09-006 (Franke LU / SPR);
Limited Impact review for 1,140 cu.yds. non-foundational earthwork and Site Plan Review for
construction of a new 4,607 sq.ft. residence (1,884 sq.ft. first floor / 2,105 sq.ft. second floor & 618
sq.ft. attached garage). This property is located in the Forestry (F) Zoning District, at 50 Anemone
Drive, in Sections 23 & 26, T1N, R71W. Tabled from 04/02/09 (3:03 – 5:08) (44:34, Tape No. 23/DAT
recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Robin Kerns, Land Use Department

        Present:         Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:        Ed Byrne, applicant’s attorney
                         Mase Pemberton, Matrix Design Group
                         Charlie Downing, applicant’s architect
                         Jim Johnson, Johnson Builders
                         Sir Khan Sangel, Grand Engineering Consultants
                         George Woodward, 98 Anemone Dr., Boulder
                         Deborah Kelly, 267 Anemone Dr., Boulder
                         Brad Davidson, 269 Anemone Dr., Boulder
                         Eddie Gilmartin, 103 Anemone Dr., Boulder
                         Kerry Gilmartin, 103 Anemone Dr., Boulder

                                   (Continued on Tape No. 24)

                         Cathy Grainger, 2721 Broadway Suite B, Boulder
                         Claudia Kuster, 274 Granite Dr., Boulder
                         Chad Schroder, Transportation Department
                         Brian Addams, A & A Blasting
                         Marcelle Arak, 440 Seven Hills, Boulder
                         Patrick McMullen, 182 Anemone Dr., Boulder
                         Doug Young, 79 Eagles Dr., Boulder

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to table Docket #LU-09-001 / SPR-09-006 to 9:00 a.m. on
        July 6, 2009. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (14:59)




                                                                                           6/16/2009
10:00 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
             (10:02 – 11:21) (1:08:00, Tape No. 22/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)
              (11:21 – 11:27) (13:31, Tape No. 23/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

OLD BUSINESS:
LAND USE MATTERS:

1.     Land Use Department: Docket DC-08-001 (Noncommercial Renewable Energy);
       Potential Land Use Code amendments relating to noncommercial renewable energy
       systems including Wind Powered Electric Generators (Article 4-514(O)) and Solar Energy
       Systems (Article 4-516(O)). Tabled from 5/14/09. (10:02 – 11:21) (1:08:00, Tape No.
       22/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

       Presenter:      Abby Janusz, Land Use Department
                       Dale Case, Land Use Director

                                 (Continued on Tape No. 23)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 1 as discussed and with all options
       agreed up on by the Board’s majority. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, no. Motion carried 2-1.(12:46)

10:30 a.m.

NEW BUSINESS:
ITEMS TO NOTE FOR THE RECORD:

2.     Application to use the Justice Center Parking Lot from Boulder Racing for bike race
       parking on Saturday, June 20.

3.     Application to use the North Broadway Parking Lot from Susan LaHoda for shuttle buses
       to and from an event to dedicate a SmartHome at 1806 Iris on Thursday, June 25 (5:15 –
       8:00 p.m.)

       Items No. 2 and 3 were noted for the record.

CONSENT ITEMS:

4.     Contracts:
       a.     Sheriff’s Office agreement with the City of Boulder to receive Byrne Justice
              Assistance Grant funding ($13,239);
       b.     Community Action Programs amendment to the agreement with the Colorado
              Department of Local Affairs to increase Community Services Block Grant funding by
              $23,627 (new total $351,644);
       c.     Housing & Human Services Department renewal of the contract with the Safehouse
              Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence for emergency shelter services ($39,771);
       d.     Parks and Open Space Department contract with ESCO Associates for vegetation
              mapping services (not to exceed $25,000).




                                                                                       6/16/2009
                                               ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 4. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(13:54)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

5.     Head Start: Grant application to the Office of Head Start for American Recovery &
       Reinvestment Act funding to expand services ($221,025).

       Presenter:       Maria Harper, Head Start Division Manager

                                               ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(14:24)

6.     Transportation Department: Resolution 2009-76, authorizing a temporary speed limit
       reduction on East County Line Road (in the vicinity of Quicksilver Road) during
       construction of the St. Vrain Greenways Pedestrian Underpass (June 23 – October 2).

       Presenter:       Leslie Swirhun, Transportation Department

                                               ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(14:44)

7.     Land Use Department: Resolution 2009-77, approving revisions to the BuildSmart
       Regulations of the Boulder County Building Code (Chapter 11 of the International
       Residential Code, As Amended).

                                               ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(14:52)

Housing Authority Board Matters

8.     This item was withdrawn prior to hearing.

Commissioners Matters
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9.     Ratification of the Board’s June 12 signatures on a petition to the Public Utilities
       Commission to intervene in Advice Letter No. 1535 regarding electricity rates.




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                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(15:01)

10.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, June 17, as
        follows:
        a.       10:15 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
                 Legal Advice;
        b.       12:30 p.m. with Dale Case, Land Use Director, for a performance evaluation
                 pursuant to CRS-24-402(4)(f) Personnel Matters;
        c.       1:15 p.m. with Keith Ickes, Administrative Services Director, for a performance
                 evaluation pursuant to CRS-24-402(4)(f) Personnel Matters;
        d.       3:45 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                 24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.
        e.       10:45 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(c) for
                 confidential matters regarding an appeal of a Human Services Review Panel
                 decision.

        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney (10a & 10e)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 10e for the specified purposes,
        and also of Item No. 10a for the purpose of discussing a Zoning Enforcement Item, 1041
        powers related to the Gross Reservoir Development Project, and the Rocky Mountain
        Christian Church Appeal . Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(11:26)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 10b, 10c, & 10d. Commissioner
        Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(16:10)

Administrative Matters

11.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 5:08 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                        6/16/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                     BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, June 18, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:33 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

[Note: At approximately 10:00 a.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

11:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Commissioners’ Office
Employee of the Month Award. (11:04 – 11:08) (21:39, Tape No. 24/DAT recorder, “counter”
mode)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

In a ceremony held in the Commissioners’ Hearing Room, Kim Stalnacker was named employee
of the month for June 2009. The employee of the month received a certificate, a lapel pin, and a
check for $200.

11:30 A.M.
PRESENTER: Parks & Open Space Department
Public Meeting: The Parks and Open Space Department will update the Commissioners on the
Parks and Open Space Partnership Program and volunteer activities. (11:31 – 12:03) (23:39,
Tape No. 24/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Karen Imbierowicz, Parks and Open Space Department

        This item was for information only.

[Note: At approximately 12:30 p.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket DC-09-004 (Land Use Code Text Amendments –Articles 4-1300 & 18);
Proposed text amendments to Article 4-1300 (Expanded Transfer of Development Rights
Program) and related definition amendments in Article 18 of the Boulder County Land Use Code,
following the six-month review of the Expanded Transfer of Development Rights Program.
(2:02 – 2:50) (39:26, Tape No. 24/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)




                                                                                          6/18/2009
       Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
       or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

       Presenters:     Kim Sanchez, Land Use Department

       Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

       Speakers:       Richard Lefcourt, 915 Koss St., Erie
                       Elizabeth Allen, 5000 Butte, Boulder
                                              th
                       Matt Phillips, 175 S. 7 , Eldora
                       Eva Kosinski, 1301 Jackson Ct., Louisville

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved to approve Docket #DC-09-004, as presented and with
       modifications as discussed in hearing. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (1:02:35)

10:30 a.m.

                                   BUSINESS MEETING
             (10:33 – 10:47) (14:55, Tape No. 24/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.     Sheriff’s Office: Award of RFP #5126-09, State Criminal Alien Assistance Program
       Revenue Claims Management, to the only bidder Justice Benefits, Inc. (15% fee charged,
       which is 3% less than previous fee).

2.     Workforce Boulder County: Updated signature authority form for Colorado Department of
       Labor and Employment grant funds.

3.     Contracts:
       a.     Transportation Department Change Order #1 to the Concrete Replacement Project
              contract with Keene Concrete, for additional replacement & repair work ($31,974.50);
       b.     Human Services Division contract with TMD Creative for outreach & marketing
              support services ($50,000).

4.     Parks and Open Space Department: Third Amendment to Purchase Agreement for
       Conservation Easements and Options (Les & Martha Williams Conservation Easement).

5.     Administrative Services Department: Petitions for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
       recommended for approval by the Assessor
       a.     Moby, LLC
              R0005269                 2008      Refund $1,280.52
       b.     David Simon
              R0001195                 2008              $9,125.24
              R0001337                 2008              $2,412.42
              R0004197                 2008              $1,598.22
              R0006993                 2008              $1,357.70
              R0012615                 2008              $2,833.84
              R0012781                 2008              $7,118.82
              R0067785                 2008              $1,545.26
              R0072653                 2008              $1,112.08



                                                                                      6/18/2009
                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 1 through 5. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(15:05)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

6.     Administrative Services Department: Petition for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
       recommended for denial by the referee (1991 Greenfield Children’s Trust, ID #R0105008
       for 2007 & 2008 and ID #R0034953 for 2007 & 2008) Tabled from 6/11/09.

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of the referee’s recommendation to deny this
       petition. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(16:08)

7.     Transportation Department: Special Event Applications for County Roads from
       a.     Boulder Racing, for the Mike Horgan Hill Climb bike race on Saturday, June 20;
                                                   th
       b.     Rotary Club of Niwot, for the Niwot 4 of July Parade on Saturday, July 4.

       Presenter:      Anita Riley Transportation Department

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 7a. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(16:30)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7b. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(16:36)

8.     Land Use Department: Resolution 2009-80, authorizing an application to the Colorado
       Department of Transportation for a Utility / Special Use Permit to install a County-owned
       instructional sign regarding the 1989 Black Tiger Fire in CDOT right-of-way along Boulder
       Canyon Drive.

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(16:52)




                                                                                       6/18/2009
9.    Community Services Department: Grant application to the Denver Foundation for the
      Boulder County Network of Care online tool ($24,438).

      Presenter:     Dawn Joyce, Community Services Department

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(17:09)

10.   Parks and Open Space Department: Request for a bid waiver to work in partnership with
      Wildlands Restoration Volunteers for volunteer coordination projects ($34,000).

      Presenter:     Claire DeLeo, Parks and Open Space Department

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(18:16)

11.   Human Services Division:
      a.    Award of RFP #5164-09, Substance Abuse Monitoring, to all responding agencies
            (Alcohol Behavior Information, Inc., Counseling Services of Longmont, Correctional
            Management, Inc., Monarch Counseling Services, Boulder Alcohol Education
            Center, Men & Women Seeking Empowerment), with request for a bid waiver to
            include those who missed the deadline (Rocky Mountain Offender Management
            Systems and Behavioral Interventions, Inc.);
      b.    Award of SOQ #5170-09, Psychological Evaluation Services, to all responders
            (Laura D. Combs, Ph.D., Victor H. Cordero, Psy.D.P.C., Suzanne M. Pinto, Ph.D.,
            Gary Doran, Ph.D., Elsie Ginsburg, Ph.D., Lauren Goldsmith, Ph.D., Jacqueline
            Richman, Psy.D., Jane M. Wells, J.D., Ph.D., Alyssa Frank-Martin, Ph.D.) with
            request for a bid waiver to include those who missed the deadline (Faith Cohen,
            Ph.D., Kari Fraser, Ph.D., Jack Gardner, Psy.D., Edie Israel, Psy.D., Mark
            Pendleton, Ph.D., and Tiffany Wind, Ph.D.)

      Presenter:     Wendy Ingham, Housing and Human Services Division

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11a. Commissioner Pearlman
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(18:43)

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11b. Commissioner Domenico
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(18:53)




                                                                                   6/18/2009
Housing Authority Board Matters

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Items No. 12 through 14, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

12.    Housing Authority Resolution 2009-30, approving a grant application to the Colorado
       Division of Housing for the Revolving Loan Fund Housing Rehabilitation Program and
       granting signature authority to Executive Director Frank Alexander.

       Presenter:       Jim Wilson, Boulder County Housing Authority

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(19:18)

13.    Housing Authority Resolution 2009-31, approving the award of RFP #5158-09, Refrigerator
       Procurement for the Weatherization Program, to Whirlpool Corporation and Sears
       Commercial.

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 13. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(19:31)

14.    Housing Authority Resolution 2009-32, approving the award of RFQ #5159-09,
       Weatherization Materials for the Weatherization Program, to multiple qualified vendors.

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 14. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(19:40)

Commissioners Matters

15.    Resolution 2009-78, authorizing amendment of the Clean Energy Options Local
       Improvement District Assessment Roll.

       Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 15. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(20:54)




                                                                                       6/18/2009
16.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Thursday, June 18, as
        follows:
        a.       12:30 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, for a performance
                 evaluation pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(f) Personnel Matters;
        b.       1:15 p.m. with George Gerstle, Transportation Director, for a performance
                 evaluation pursuant to CRS-24-402(4)(f) Personnel Matters.

                                           ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 16. Commissioner Toor seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(21:15)

17.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Monday, June 22, at 12:30 p.m.
        with Robin Bohannan, Community Services Director, for a performance evaluation pursuant
        to CRS 24-6-402(4)(f) Personnel Matters.

                                           ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 17. Commissioner Toor seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(21:25)

Administrative Matters

18.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 2:50 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                      6/18/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                       BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
June 23, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:32 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

9:30 A.M.
PRESENTER: Parks & Open Space Department
Public Hearing: Freedman-Douthit Conservation Easement Property; Landowner proposes to
                                                                 rd
replace a historic barn on this property located at 7410 North 83 Street in Niwot. (9:32 – 9:53)
(1:03:09, Tape No. 24/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Janis Whisman, Parks and Open Space Department

        Speakers:        Wayne Gabrielson, applicant

        No action was taken on this item.

11:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket SPR-09-012 (Angelo Addition SPR); Applicant request to appeal the
Land Use Department determination of a Site Plan Review to deconstruct the existing house and
build a 4,305 sq.ft. house (1,516 sq.ft. basement / 2,426 sq.ft. 1st floor / 363 sq.ft. attached
                                                                                              th
garage). This property is located in the Agricultural (A) Zoning District, at 5000 North 119 Street,
in Section 11, T1N, R69W. (11:01 – 11:44) (00:01, Tape No. 25/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Robin Kerns, Land Use Department

        Present:         Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:        Sean Angelo, applicant
                         Vernetta Angelo, applicant
                         Butch Vernon, 10675 Goosehaven Dr.




                                                                                           6/23/2009
                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #SPR-09-012, in accordance with staff
        recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
        discussed, modified and contained within the official record. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (20:57)

[Note: At approximately 12:30 p.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

1:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Administrative Services Department
Public Hearing: Contract amendment with Fischer Construction to increase the scope for the
Eldorado Springs wastewater collection and treatment system and increase the cost by $260,850
for a total contract price of $1,837,731. (1:03 – 2:24) (21:14, Tape No. 25/DAT recorder, “counter”
mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Keith Ickes, Administrative Services Director
                         Jeff Callahan, Resource Conservation Division Manager

        Present:         Leslie Lacy, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:        David Levin, Eldorado Springs
                         Jeff Mason, 140 Artesian, Eldorado Springs
                         Brad Bond, Eldorado Springs
                         Alan Brown, 148 Artesian, Eldorado Springs
                         Tony Delany, 52 Artesian, Eldorado Springs
                         Joseph Palumbo, Chesebro Way
                         Tod Smith, 42 Barber Lane
                         Doug Larson, Eldorado Springs

                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Pearlman moved to approve the presented contract amendment with the
        County agreeing to pay approximately $37,000 to defray costs of obtaining state and
        federal grants. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (1:01:25)

2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Boulder County Cultural Council
Presentation of Scientific & Cultural Facilities District grant recommendations. (2:29 – 3:04)
(1:01:51, Tape No. 25/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Carrie Haverfield, County Commissioners’ Office




                                                                                           6/23/2009
        Speakers:       Peg Long, Executive Director, Scientific and Cultural Advisory District
                        Barry Knapp, council co-chair
                        Lynne Fetterman, council co-chair
                        Richard Juday, councilmember
                        Mary Blue, Longmont City Council
                        Kathy Kucsan, councilmember

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to accept the Council’s recommendations as presented.
        Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (1:19:30)

[Note: At approximately 4:00 p.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small Conference
Room.]

10:30 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
             (10:33 – 10:58) (1:14:01, Tape No. 24/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.      Parks and Open Space Department:
        a.     Option Payment Letters for the Golden Fredstrom and Dowe Flats - Cemex
               properties;
        b.     Power of Attorney granting Agricultural Resources Specialist Phill Leffler the
               authority to sign contract documents with the Farm Services Administration (this
               replaces the previously-approved Power of Attorney granted to Luke Stromquist,
               who is retiring).

2.      Contracts:
        a.     Commissioners Office pass-through agreement to distribute energy grant funding
               from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs to the Town of Lyons ($25,000);
        b.     Workforce Boulder County agreement with the Regents of the University of
               Colorado regarding the SECTORS initiative to foster partnerships related to
               workforce development ($45,000).

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 1 and 2. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:14:07)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

3.      Sheriff’s Office: Request to deposit residual funds remaining in a bank account for the
        terminated Inmate Productive Day Program into the County’s general fund, after which a
        budget adjustment request will be submitted to use the funds to remodel the space formerly
        occupied by the program into a classroom.




                                                                                         6/23/2009
       Presenter:      Bill Black, Sheriff’s Office

                                             ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 3. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:15:37)

4.     Housing & Human Services Department: Grant application to the Rose Community
       Foundation to help fund the Boulder County Healthy Kids Initiative ($74,600).

       Presenter:      Dawn Joyce, Housing and Human Services Department

                                             ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 4. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:16:02)

5.     Transportation Department: Pipeline License to allow construction of a storm sewer pipe
       for the Four Mile Trail Project to go through Burlington Northern Santa Fe Rail-road right-
       of-way.

       Presenter:      Mike Rogakis, Transportation Department

                                             ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:16:25)

Housing Authority Board Matters

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item No. 6, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

6.     Housing Authority Resolution 2009-33, approving a Change Order to contracts with HB&A
       and NES for architectural & engineering services related to development of a 14-acre site in
       Lafayette (not to exceed $31,775), and granting signature authority to Executive Director
       Frank Alexander for related documents.

       Presenter:      Scott Simkus, Housing Authority

                                             ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:16:49)




                                                                                         6/23/2009
Commissioners Matters

7.     Budget Office: 2009 Budget Adjustment Requests
       a.     Transportation Department ($16,600);
       b.     Road & Bridge Fund – Grants ($103,000).

       Presenter:       Margaret Parish, Budget Officer

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:17:41)

8.     Policy Analyst: Recommended project list for inclusion in the application for federal
       Energy Efficiency & Conservation Block Grant Program funds (total $462,200)
       a.      ClimateSmart Loan Program ($70,000);
       b.      ClimateSmart at Work ($70,000);
       c.      BuildSmart Energy Audits ($50,000);
       d.      Youth Energy Corps ($70,000);
       e.      Commercial Photovoltaic Demonstration Project ($27,200);
       f.      Valmont Power Plant Repowering Opportunity Study ($15,000);
       g.      Boulder County Jail Biomass Hot Water System ($160,000).

       Presenter:       Mark Ruzzin, Policy Analyst

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Pearlman moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:26:43)

9.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Tuesday, June 23, as follows:
       a.      12:30 p.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, for a performance evaluation pursuant
               to CRS 24-6-402(4)(f) Personnel Matters;
       b.      4:00 p.m. with Margaret Parish, Budget Director, for a performance evaluation
               pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(f) Personnel Matters.

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9a. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:18:27)

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9b. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:18:35)




                                                                                         6/23/2009
10.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, June 24, as
        follows:
        a.       10:15 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
                 Legal Advice;
        b.       12:30 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                 24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney (10a)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 10a for the purpose of discussing
        mobile home tax lien certificate sales, RTJ Properties appeal of Land Use Director’s
        Determination in Docket SPR-09-0023, the Eason mediated settlement proposal, the
        Isberg representation of Sheriff’s deputies, and employment settlement agreement, a
        request for Board review of another Human Services Citizen Review Panel
        Determination, and a revisiting of other pending Citizen Review Panel determination
        appeals. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:19:30)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10b. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:19:16)

Administrative Matters

11.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 3:04 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                     6/23/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                     BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, June 25, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 11:33 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner


[Note: At approximately 12:30 p.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

[Note: At approximately 1:00 p.m., the Board held an interview for a vacancy on the Planning
Commission in their Small conference Room.]

11:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
               (11:33 – 12:05) (00:07, Tape No. 26/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.      Administrative Services Department: Petition for Abatement or Refund of Taxes from JK
        Partnership LLC, ID #R0072578, recommended for approval by the Assessor (2008 refund
        $2,214.56).

2.      Parks and Open Space Department:
        a.     Memorandum of Understanding with Workforce Boulder County for 2009 Youth
               Corps services ($38,970.33 revenue);
        b.     Intergovernmental Agreement with the St. Vrain & Left Hand Water Conservancy
               District and the City of Longmont for installation & management of low-flow
               enhancement flumegates on St. Vrain Creek;
        c.     License Agreement with the Highland Ditch Company for installation of a low-flow
               enhancement flumegate at the Highland Ditch Diversion on St. Vrain Creek.

3.      Workforce Boulder County: Expenditure Authorizations for grant funding through the
        Colorado Department of Labor & Employment
        a.     $1,033,009;    b.      $432,085;       c.      $18,000;         d.$10,000.

4.      Aging Services Division: Renewal of grant-funded contracts
        a.     Special Transit ($119,000);
        b.     Mental Health Center ($64,000);
        c.     Complete Home Health Care LLC ($75,000).

5.      Healthy Youth Alliance: Memorandum of Understanding with the Boulder Valley School
        District for a grant-funded Parent Involvement Liaison position to reduce risk behaviors
        ($57,126).




                                                                                          6/25/2009
                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 1 through 5. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(00:17)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

6.     Head Start: Grant application to the Office of Head Start for one-time program improvement
       funding to upgrade playground structures ($22,360).

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(00:26)

7.     Human Resources Division: Request for approval of employee terminations in the
       Community Services Department.

       Presenter:      Julia Schneider, Human Resources Division

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(00:37)

8.     County Attorney’s Office: Authorization for the County Attorney and the County’s special
       counsel to solicit amicus briefs in Rocky Mountain Christian Church v. Board of County
       Commissioners from interest groups including, but not limited to, Colorado Counties
       Incorporated and the Colorado Municipal League.

       Presenter:      Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(01:16)

9.     Treasurer’s Office: Assignment of County-held Tax Lien Sale Certificates of Purchase to
       Baseline Commons LLC (current owners of Shady Acres Mobile Home Park).

       Presenter:      Alycia Allshouse, Treasurer’s Office
                       Fred Cooper, 5574 Stonewall Pl. Boulder

       There was no action taken on this item.




                                                                                       6/25/2009
Housing Authority Board Matters

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item No. 10, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

10.    Housing Authority Resolution 2009-29, rejecting bids for RFP #5169-09 Temporary
       Modular Office Rental at the Alaska Ave site in Longmont.

       Presenter:       Jim Wilson, Boulder County Housing Authority

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(11:18)

Commissioners Matters

11.    Budget Office: 2009 Budget Adjustment Requests
       a.     Eldorado Springs Fund ($159,440);
       b.     General Administration ($159,440).

       Presenter:       Bruce Knight, Budget Office

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 11. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(12:11)

12.    Policy Analyst:
       a.      Letter to the Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade
               supporting a Niwot Local Improvement District Advisory Committee application
               for economic development assessment funding;
       b.      Recommendations for allocation of 2009 & 2010 Worthy Cause Sales Tax Pool
               Funds.

       Presenter:       Megan Davis, Commissioners’ Staff

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12a. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(12:39)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12b. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(14:01)




                                                                                    6/25/2009
13.   Administrative Deputy:
      a.     Letter to the City of Boulder requesting $15,000 to support the Valmont Power
             Plant Biomass Opportunity Study;
      b.     Ratification of the Chair’s 6/24/09 signature on a letter to the Colorado Tennis
             Facility LLC regarding an extension of the environmental assessment period for
             the property at 6400 Arapahoe Road;
      c.     Ratification of the Board’s 6/24/09 approval to co-sponsor the National Association of
             Counties “Clean Water For All” resolution.

      Presenter:      Jana Petersen, Administrative Deputy (13a & 13b)
                      Michelle Krezek, Commissioners’ Staff (13c)

                                          ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 13a. Commissioner Domenico
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(14:53)

                                          ACTION

      Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 13b. Commissioner Toor
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(15:33)

                                          ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 13c. Commissioner Domenico
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(15:52)

14.   Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, June
      25, with Jana Petersen, BOCC Administrative Deputy, for a performance evaluation
      pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(f) Personnel Matters.

                                          ACTION

      Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 14. Commissioner Toor seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(16:03)

15.   Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session at 11:30 a.m. on Monday, June
      29, with Michelle Krezek, Intergovernmental Relations Director, for a performance
      evaluation pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(f) Personnel Matters.

                                          ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 15. Commissioner Domenico seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(16:13)




                                                                                      6/25/2009
Administrative Matters

16.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 12:05 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                 6/25/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                      BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
June 30, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:31 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner (excused until 2:00 p.m.)

[Note: At approximately 1:15 p.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference room.]

2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Department of Housing & Human Services(2:38 – 3:00) (36:39, Tape No.
26/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

1.      Monthly meeting with the Board of County Commissioners sitting as the Board of Human
        Services (see separate agenda);

        The Board of Commissioners convened as the Board of Human Services to conduct the
        Human Services Monthly Board Meeting, whereupon it reconvened as the Board of
        County Commissioners. This meeting is tape recorded, but minutes of the proceedings
        are kept separately by the Human Services Department staff, a copy of which may be
        found in the agenda file pertaining to this date’s proceedings.

2.      Monthly meeting with the Board of County Commissioners sitting as the Boulder County
        Housing Authority (see separate agenda).

        The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority Board to conduct the
        Housing Authority Monthly Board Meeting, whereupon it reconvened as the Board of
        County Commissioners.

        Presenters:     Frank Alexander, Housing Authority Director

        Mr. Alexander presented the Board with monthly Director’s, Finance, Property
        Management, Section 8: HCV Program, Development and Rehabilitation, and Resident
        Services reports and updates. The Board took the following actions:

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to adopt Resolution 2009-34 amending the budget for the
                                                                               st
        boulder County Housing Authority, for the calendar year beginning the 1 day of January
        2009, and ending the last day of December 2009. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(41:29)




                                                                                           6/30/2009
10:30 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:31 – 10:42) (15:57, Tape No. 26/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
HOUSING AUTHORITY BOARD CONSENT ITEMS:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item No. 1, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

1.     Longs Peak Energy Conservation: Grant agreement with the Governor’s Energy Office to
       fund weatherization services to low-income residents ($2,149,642 revenue).

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 1. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(16:07)

COMMISSIONERS CONSENT ITEMS:

2.     County Attorney’s Office: Resolution 2009-81, approving Land Use Docket DC-09-004
       (Land Use Code Text Amendments to Articles 4-1300 and 18 – Transferable Develop-ment
       Credits & House Size).

3.     Parks and Open Space Department: Award of RFP #5167-09, Stroh-Dickens Barn Roof, to
       the lowest, most responsible bidder Roof Check ($29,256).

4.     Aging Services Division: Renewal of the nutrition services contract with the City of
       Lafayette ($25,000).

5.     Sheriff’s Office: Contract with Justice Benefits, Inc. for State Criminal Alien Assistance
       Program revenue claims management services ($25,000).

6.     Transportation Department:
       a.     Quit Claim Deed to sell a 47.49 sq.ft. parcel with well, located along the edge of
                       th                                     th
              North 75 Street right-of-way at 3131 North 75 Street, to 3131 Seventy-Fifth
              LLC ($15,000 revenue);
       b.     Contract with Mountain Constructors, Inc. for the Highway 7 & East County Line
              Road Intersection Project ($598,228).

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 2 through 6. Commissioner
       Pearlman seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(16:12)




                                                                                          6/30/2009
COMMISSIONERS DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

7.     Community Services Department: Grant application to the U.S. Department of Health &
       Human Services for the Strengthening Communities Project ($250,000).

       Presenter:      Megan Davis, Commissioners’ Staff

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(17:05)

8.     Transportation Department: Special Event Applications for County Roads
       a.     Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Non-violence, for the Span The Rockies
              fundraising bike tour on Sunday, August 16;
       b.     Greenhouse Partners Scholars, for the Venus de Miles bike ride on Sunday,
              August 30.

       Presenter:      Anita Riley, Transportation Department

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 8a. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(19:29)

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 8b. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(19:42)

9.     County Attorney’s Office:
       a.     Resolution 2009-83, adopting a policy for collecting the cost for time spent
              responding to Open Records Requests that seek voluminous records;
       b.     Settlement and Release Agreement with Alexandra Eason;
       c.     Employee Legal Representation Agreements with Anton Booton, Timothy Aguilar
              & Brian Wagner.

       Presenters:     Larry Hoyt, County Attorney (9a)
                       Andy MacDonald, Assistant County Attorney (9b & 9c)

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 9a. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(17:33)




                                                                                   6/30/2009
                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 9b. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(17:48)

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 9c. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(18:00)

10.    Parks & Open Space Department: Knudson – Tiefel Conservation Easement Amendment.

       Presenter:       Janis Whisman, Parks and Open Space Department

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(18:44)

Commissioners Matters

11.    Resolution 2009-79, approving Land Use Docket DC-08-001 (Land Use Code Text
       Amendments to Articles 4-514, 4-516 & 4-517 – Noncommercial Renewable Energy).
       (NOTE: Commissioner Toor was opposed.)

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 11. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(20:06)


12.    Resolution 2009-84, proclaiming Local Independents Week in Boulder County (July 4 – 11).

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 12. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(20:14)

13.    Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session at 1:15 p.m. on Tuesday, June
       30, with Frank Alexander, Executive Director, Department of Housing & Human Services,
       for a performance evaluation pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(f) Personnel Matters.




                                                                                    6/30/2009
                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 13. Commissioner Pearlman
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(20:25)

14.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, July 1, as
        follows:
        a.       11:30 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) :
                 Legal Advice;
        b.       2:30 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                 24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney (14a)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 14a for the purpose of discussing
        the Rocky Mountain Christian Church appeal, and legal issues with the Conoco Phillips
        Development. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(20:42)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 14b. Commissioner Pearlman
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(20:50)

15.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session at 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July
        1, with Michelle Krezek, BOCC Intergovernmental Relations Director, for a performance
        evaluation, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(f) Personnel Matters.

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 15. Commissioner Pearlman
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(21:01)

Administrative Matters

16.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 3:00 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]



                                                                                        6/30/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                      BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, July 2, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:32 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

11:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: County Attorney’s Office
Public Meeting: Review of a referral from the Citizen Review Panel, pursuant to CRS 19-3-
211(1)(c)(VII).(11:04 – 11:22) (55:39, Tape No.26DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenter:       Madeline Meacham, Chief Deputy County Attorney
                         Jana Petersen, Administrative Deputy

        Speakers:        None

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to uphold the Citizen Review Panel’s recommendations
        regarding the Hunsdorfer referral and send written recommendations to that effect.
        Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (1:01:27)

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Pearlman moved to uphold the recommendations of the Citizen Review
        Panel regarding the Avalos referral and send written recommendations to that effect.
        Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (1:04:41)

10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
               (10:32 – 10:48) (47:50, Tape No. 26/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
HOUSING AUTHORITY CONSENT ITEMS:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item No. 1, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:




                                                                                            7/2/2009
1.     Housing Authority Resolution 2009-32, approving Award of RFQ#5159-09 for the
       Weatherization Program materials.

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 1. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(48:09)

CONSENT ITEMS:

2.     Transportation Department: Award of Bid 5178-09 to the lowest, most responsible
       bidder, Highway Technologies, Inc., for 2009 epoxy striping. ($287,811.95)

3.     Contracts:
       a.     Parks & Open Space Department contract with Colorado State Board of Land
              Commissioners for a lease application to renew lease with the Land Board for
              Bald Mountain & Heil Valley Ranch ($100.00);
       b.     Parks & Open Space Department contract with Turner Inc. of Longmont for Real
              Estate Services (RFP#5147-09. Dated 4/29/09) 3.85% of $750,000);
       c.     Administrative Services contract with Pace Physical Therapy for physical and
              occupational therapy services ($40,000.00);
       d.     Community Services contract with the Louisville Senior Services Nutrition
              Program for providing nutrition services to older adults in Boulder County
              ($25,000.00)
       e.     Transportation Department contract with Defalco Construction Company to
                               th
              replace the N. 95 Street bridge over Boulder Creek ($933,505.36);

4.     Administrative Services Department: Petitions for Abatement or Refund of Taxes from:
       a.     Kendra & Chris Davidson Carberry, ID#R0037706, ($2,849.16, 2008);
       b.     Ruby C. Herold, ID#R0114961 ($1,121.91 2007 & $1,331.50, 2008).

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 2 through 4. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(48:25)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

5.     County Attorney’s Office: Purchase Option and First Right of Refusal Agreement
       between Clinica Campesina Family Health Services and Boulder County.

       Presenter:      Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(48:49)




                                                                                        7/2/2009
6.   Transportation Department:
     a.     Special Event Application for County Roads from Colorado Cancer Foundation
            for the Eldorado Springs Cure bike race on Thursday August 6, 2009;
     b.     Sole Source Bid Waiver for Ron Turley Associates for RTA Fleet Maintenance
            Software Reinstatement and upgrade ($30,500.00).

     Presenters:    Anita Riley, Transportation Department (6a)
                    Ted Plank, Transportation Department (6b)

                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 6a. Commissioner Toor seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(49:08)

                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6b. Commissioner Domenico seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(49:37)

7.   Parks and Opens Space Department: Temporary License Agreement (Ruth Roberts
     Open Space).

     Presenter:     Conrad Lattes, Assistant County Attorney

                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Toor seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(52:21)

8.   Community Services: Grant application to the US Department of Health and Human
     Services, Office of Community Services ($1,000,000.00) for the Strengthening
     Communities – Non-profit capacity building project ($4,200,000.00 cash match from
     Commissioners Nonprofit Grant Funds and $78,787 in-kind services).

     Presenter:     Megan Davis, Commissioners’ Staff

                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Domenico seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(54:33)




                                                                                   7/2/2009
Commissioners Matters

9.      Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Monday, July 6,as follows:
        a.      11:00 a.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS 24-
                6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales;
        b.      3:15 p.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
                Legal Advice to discuss issues related to the Land Use Code update process;
        c.      3:45 p.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
                Legal Advice.

        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9a. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(54:42)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9b. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(54:53)

        [Note: No action was taken on Item No. 9c as it was withdrawn by the County Attorney.]

Administrative Matters

10.     Scheduling and Communications.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

11.     County Attorney’s Office: Request to authorize the additional Executive Session item in
                                          st
        the session held on held on July 1 pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(c) for items required to
        be kept confidential under law regarding Citizen Review Panel recommendations.

        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(55:36)

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 11:22 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                        7/2/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                        BOULDER COUNTY, MONDAY, JULY 6, 2009

         The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Monday,
July 6, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:03 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                          Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                          Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                          Will Toor, Commissioner

9:00 a.m.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Docket LU-09-001 / SPR-09-006 (Franke LU / SPR); Limited Impact review for 1,140 cu.yds. non-
foundational earthwork and Site Plan Review for construction of a new 4,607 sq.ft. residence
(1,884 Sq.ft. first floor / s,105 sq.ft. second floor & 618 sq.ft. attached garage). This property is
located in the Forestry (F) Zoning District, at 50 Anemone Drive, in Sections 23 & 26, T1N, $71W.
Tabled from 04/02/09 & 6/16/09(9:03 – 9:39) (1:04:57, Tape No. 26/DAT recorder, “counter”
mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Chad Schroeder, Transportation Department
                         Robin Kerns, Land Use Department

        Present:         Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:        Eddie Gilmarten, 103 Anemone Dr.
                         Kathy Granger, no address
                         Miles Pemberton, applicant’s engineer
                         Charlie Downing, architect
                         Jim Johnson, Johnson Builders

                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #LU-09-001/SPR-09-006, in accordance
        with staff recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional
        conditions as discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner
        Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (1:22:59)

[Note that at approximately 10:00 a.m. and again at 2:00 p.m., the Board held administrative
meetings in their Small Conference Room.]

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 9:39 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]


                                                                                            7/6//2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                       BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 2009

         The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
July 7, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:01 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

9:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Parks & Open Space Department (9:01 – 10:04) (00:00, Tape No. 27/DAT recorder,
“counter” mode)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

1.      Public Hearing: Mountainview Egg Farms Property
        County proposes to jointly purchase, with the City of Lafayette, approximately 144 acres of
        land located at the southwest corner of Highway 7 (Baseline Road) and the east Boulder
        County line.

        Presenters:     Renata Frye, Parks and Open Space Department
                        Mel Stonebraker, Parks and Open Space Department

        Speakers:       Frank Phillips, Lafayette City council

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to approve Item No. 1, in accordance with staff
        recommendations and with additional conditions as discussed and contained within the
        official record. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (8:24)

2.      Public Hearing: Von Reyn Open Space Easement
        County proposes to grant the Left Hand Water District a permanent easement for a water
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        transmission line along North 95 Street, from Lookout Road to Isabelle Road, for
        approximately 0.40 acres of land on the Von Reyn Open Space.

        Presenter:      Ellen Flannelly, Parks and Open Space Department

        Speakers:       None

        (Action taken jointly with Item No. 3 below.)
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3.      Public Hearing: Lookout Road and 95 Street Conservation Easement
        County proposes to allow Left Hand Water District’s request of a permanent easement on the
        City of Boulder’s open space property at the northeast corner of Lookout Road and North
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        95 Street, over which the County has a conservation easement.




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     Presenter:      Ellen Flannelly, Parks and Open Space Department

     Speakers:       None

                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved to approve Items No. 2 and 3, in accordance with staff
     recommendations and with additional conditions as discussed and contained within the
     official record. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (12:06)

4.   Public Hearing: Fabel Property
     County proposes to purchase approximately 39.92 acres of land located approximately 3
     miles southeast of the town of Allenspark.

     Presenter:      Jim Daus, Parks and Open Space Department

     Speakers:       None

                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved to approve Item No. 4, in accordance with staff
     recommendations and with additional conditions as discussed and contained within the
     official record. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (15:49)

5.   Public Hearing: Pasqual Property and Hirschfeld Open Space
     County proposes to purchase approximately 78 acres of land located at the southeast corner
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     of North 95 Street and Vermillion Road, and to sell (subject to a conservation easement) the
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     Hirshfeld Open Space located at the northwest corner of Highway 66 and North 87 Street.

     Presenter:      Jan Burns, Parks and Open Space Department

     Speakers:       None

                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved to approve Item No. 5, in accordance with staff
     recommendations and with additional conditions as discussed and contained within the
     official record. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (23:56)

6.   Public Hearing: Vicklund Property
     County proposes to purchase approximately 79 acres of land located at the southeast corner
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     of Highway 52 and North 115 Street. [Note: At approximately 11:00 a.m., the Board held
     administrative meetings in their Small Conference Room.]

     Presenter:      Jan Burns, Parks and Open Space Department

     Speakers:       None




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                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve Item No. 6, in accordance with staff
        recommendations and with additional conditions as discussed and contained within the
        official record. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (31:26)

11:30 A.M.
PUBLIC COMMENT: Members of the public may address the Commissioners
Commissioners on any county related issue. (11:32-12:02) (34:17, Tape No. 27/DAT recorder,
“counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Speakers:       Elke Meier, 1319 Songbird Ct., Boulder
                        Helen Gould, 6075 Prospect Rd., Longmont
                        Nancy S. Hindman, 5305 Niwot Rd., Longmont
                        Sharon Getman, 7420 Mt. Meeker, Longmont
                        Don Getman, 4353 Oxford, Longmont
                        Kim Dirkes, 8110 Ouray Dr., Longmont
                        David Eisenstien, 225 Canyon Blvd., Boulder
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                        Kevin Markey, 8853 N. 55 St., Longmont
                        Sam Brown, 6397 Swallow Ln., Boulder
                        Carla Friedli, 5890 Prospect Rd., Longmont
                        Margaret Hansen, 682 Fred, Boulder

        Mr. Brown, Mr. Eisenberg, and Ms. Meier addressed the Board regarding the 6400
        Arapahoe property. Ms. Hansen brought forth concerns regarding a no firearms
        discharge zone, and the remaining speakers spoke in regards to a proposed
        Boulder/Lyons Trail.

[Note: At approximately 1:00 p.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket SU-08-008 (Palmer Multiple Principal Uses);
Special Use and Site Specific Development Plan Review for Multiple Principal Uses including Indoor
Recreation, Day & Night Outdoor Recreation, Professional Office, Warehouse & Distribution Center,
and Light Industrial. This property is located in the Light Industrial (LI) Zoning District, at 6185
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Arapahoe Road, north of and adjacent to Arapahoe Road and west of and adjacent to 62 Street, in
Section 27, T1N, R70W.(2:02 – 5:03) (49:11, Tape No. 27/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Denise Grimm, Land Use Department
                        Hannah Hippely, Land Use Department

        Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

                                  (Continued on Tape No. 28)




                                                                                           7/7/2009
Speakers:      Bob Perlitz, 4696 Broadway, Boulder
               Jim Borsom, 2221 Columbine, Boulder
               Joel Hayes, 187 Harper St., Louisville
               Chuck Palmer, 2270 Bluebell Ave., Boulder
               Anne Larson, 8498 Stirrup Ct., Longmont
               Ingvar Sodal, 1550 Moss Rock Pl., Boulder
               Melba Shepard, 404 Hapgood St., Boulder
               Anne Vickery, 5255 Pennsylvania Ave., Boulder
               Betsy Kabrick, 3361 Cripple Creek Tr., Boulder
               Susan Marie Fruntzkak, Boulder
               Alex Wilson, 1055 Adams Cir. #1420, Boulder
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               Caroline Stephanek, 720 11 St. Boulder
               Wendy Forster, 4809 Brandon Cr., Dr., Boulder
               Rodney Sauer, 401 Spruce St., Louisville
               Stan Wilkes, 2968 Vivian St., Lakewood
               Susan Reisser, 1630 luy St., Denver
               Laurie Clark, 3880 Telluride Pl., Boulder
               Pete DePerro, 2905 Prince Circle, Erie
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               Michael Haughey, 5556 W. 75 Dr., Westminster
               Maggie Butler, 4105 Martin Dr., Boulder
               Richard Munro, 2378 Dennison Ln., Boulder
               Spencer Nelson, 265 Laurel St. #6, Broomfield
               Mary Schlesinger, 1200 Kohler Dr., Boulder
               Barry Sheck, University
               Teri Rasmusson, 7556 Goodhue Blvd., Boulder
               Carla McKennz, 4261 Eaton Ct., Boulder
               Neal McBurnett, 4025 Evans Dr., Boulder
               Marcia Crary, 3600 Berkley, Ave., Boulder
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               Dr. Safia Rubaii, 3949 19 St., Boulder
               Anne Wilson, 4663 Greylock St., Boulder
               Edward Smelko, 220 Seminole Dr., Boulder
               Bill Brothers, 6185 Arapahoe, Rd., Boulder
               Pegg Law, 86 Montgomery Dr.
               Cynthia Rixey Scott, 1012 Pontiac St.
               Rhonda Smith, 2782 S. Vrain, Denver
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               Tom Masturson, 250 31 , Boulder
               Mel Haik, 1533 Harvest Dr., Lafayette, CO 80026

                                   ACTION

Commissioner Domenico moved to enter into Executive Session in order to receive legal
advice concerning issues raised in hearing. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (39:45)

                                   ACTION

Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #SU-08-008, in accordance with staff
recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner Domenico seconded
the motion.

VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (42:39)




                                                                              7/7/2009
10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
               (10:31-10:37) (31:29, Tape No. 27/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.     Fleet Services Division: Award of RFP #5172-09, Plug-In Hybrid Vehicle Conversions, to
       the only bidder Eetrex, Inc. (Escapes 1-2 $45,280 / Escapes 3-5 $43,594 / Prius 1-2
       $41,860 / Prius 3-5 $40,228).

2.     Contracts:
       a.     Human Services Division (IMPACT) memorandum of understanding with the
              Community Justice Services Division for provision of female-specific services
              ($33,191);
       b.     Facilities Management Division contract with Diamond Hills Services, Inc. for
              parking garage deck repairs at the Justice Center ($39,321);
       c.     Transportation Department construction & maintenance agreement, general license
              agreement and private license agreement with Burlington Northern Santa Fe
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              Railroad Company for intersection improvements at Highway 119 & North 63
              Street, with Resolution 2009-87 approving the agreements.

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 1 and 2. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(31:54)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

3.     Human Resources Division: GIS Coordinator request to hire two applicants at above
       entry level to fill vacancies in the Assessor’s Office and Land Use Department.

       Presenter:       Dana Garrod, Human Resources Division
                        Margaret Parish, Budget Officer

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 3. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(33:52)

Commissioners Matters

4.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday,
       July 7, to review department head evaluations for Larry Hoyt, Michelle Krezek, Jana
       Petersen, George Gerstle, Keith Ickes, Margaret Parish, Frank Alexander, Robin
       Bohannan and Ron Stewart, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(f) Personnel Matters.

       Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney




                                                                                        7/7/2009
                                          ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 4. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(34:09)

                                          ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved amend the previous motion to change the time of meeting for
        Item No. 4 to 2:00 p.m. on July 9, 2009. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(34:14)

Administrative Matters

5.      Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 5:03 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                    7/7/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                       BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, July 9, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:47 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

9:45 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket HP-09-001 (Alex Ryan Cabins & William Gustafson Cabin aka Kladstrup
Family Cabins); Request for a Boulder County Historic Landmark Designation of 4 cabins. These
properties are located in the Forestry (F) Zoning District, at 305 Eldorado Avenue (Lots 63 thru
66, Block 14) in Eldora, in Section 21, T1S, R73W. (9:47 – 9:53) (42:43, Tape No. 28/DAT
recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Denise Grimm, Land Use Department

        Present:         Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:        None

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #HP-09-001, in accordance with staff
        recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
        discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (45:29)

[Note: At approximately 11:30 a.m., the Board held their annual lunch meeting with the Extension
Advisory Committee and the Colorado State University Extension Agents at the Boulder County
Fairgrounds, 9595 Nelson Rd., Longmont.]

2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket LU-09-0010 (Boulder County Forestry Processing and Sort Yard);
Limited Impact Special Review for a Forestry Processing and Sort Yard. This property is located
in the Forestry (F) Zoning District, at 291 Ridge Road, north of and adjacent to Ridge Road,
approximately 0.15 miles east of Highway 72 (Peak-to-Peak Highway) in the southeast ¼ of
Section 12, T1S, R 73W. (11:05 – 11:05) (1:03:55, Tape No. 28/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.




                                                                                            7/9/2009
                                               ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to table Docket #LU-09-0010 to 4:30 p.m. on August 4,
        2009. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0. (1:04:01)

[Note: At approximately 2:00 p.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
               (10:31 – 11:05) (45:31, Tape No. 28/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
ITEMS TO NOTE FOR THE RECORD:

1.      Application to access County property at 1035 Kimbark in Longmont from Free Marijuana In
        Longmont, for ballot issue signature collection Monday, Wednesday and Friday (July 6, 8 &
        10).

        Item No. 1 was noted for the record.

CONSENT ITEMS:

2.      Longs Peak Energy Conservation: Appointments to the LPEC Home Rehab Loan Program
        Loan Committee (Scott Shultes, Mary Corbat, Jeff Yegian.)

3.      Administrative Services Department: Petition for Abatement or Refund of Taxes from Bryan
        Heithold & Silvia Iorio, ID #R0511441, recommended for approval by the Assessor (2008
        refund $1,598.62).

                                               ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 2 and 3. Commissioner Domenico
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(45:51)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

4.      County Attorney’s Office:
        a.     Resolution 2009-90, reviewing the determinations of the Citizen Review Panel
               and making recommendations pursuant to CRS 19-3-211 (Avalos Grievance),
               with letter to Mr. Avalos;
        b.     Resolution 2009-91, reviewing the determinations of the Citizen Review Panel and
               making recommendations pursuant to CRS 19-3-211 (Hunsdorfer Grievance), with
               letter to Mr. Hunsdorfer.

        Presenter:      Madeline Meacham, Chief Deputy County Attorney




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                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 4a. Commissioner Domenico seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(46:47)

                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 4b. Commissioner Toor seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(46:57)

5.   Parks and Open Space Department: Grant applications to the National Fish and Wildlife
     Foundation
     a.     Boulder County Collaborative Tamarisk & Russian Olive Removal ($100,000);
     b.     Boulder County Native Seed Collection – Phase II ($70,000).

     Presenter:     Bridgette McCarthy, Parks and Open Space Department

                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5b. Commissioner Domenico seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(47:27)


                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 5a. Commissioner Toor seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(47:26)

6.   Parks and Open Space Department: Intergovernmental Agreement with the Cities of
     Louisville and Lafayette for water service to the Harney Lastoka property.

     Presenter:     Conrad Lattes, Assistant County Attorney

                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Domenico seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(48:52)




                                                                                   7/9/2009
7.      Transportation Department: Special Event Applications for County Roads
        a.     5430 Sports, for the 5430 Long Course Triathlon on Sunday, August 9;
        b.     Exempla Good Samaritan Medical Center, for the Good Sam Bike Jam on Sunday,
               August 9.

        Presenter:       Anita Riley, Transportation Department

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7a. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(49:08)

        [Note: No action was taken on Item 7b at this time.]

8.      Administrative Services Department: Resolution 2009-82, appointing Board of Equalization
        Referees (Donald E. Boyson, Larry W. Heckley, David Kilty, Ross Koplin, Linda A. Pissare,
        Michael Pissare, Bonnie D. Roerig, David A. Wheelock.)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(49:51)

9.      Resource Conservation Division: Award of RFP #5142-09, Administrative Management of
        Eldorado Springs LID Wastewater Treatment Plan, to Special District Management
        Services, Inc.

        Speakers:        Jeff Callahan, Resource Conservation Division Manager
                         David Levin, Eldorado Advisory Committee

        No action was taken on this item.

Commissioners Matters

10.     Consideration of the extension or termination of the purchase agreement for 6400
        Arapahoe.

        Presenter:       Keith Ickes, Administrative Services Department Head

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Pearlman moved to approve the extension of the purchase agreement for
        6400 Arapahoe. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.(1:03:31)

Administrative Matters

11.     Scheduling and Communications.

        The Board scheduled a public hearing regarding the 6400 Arapahoe property for July 23,
        2009.


                                                                                           7/9/2009
        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 11:05 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                  7/9/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                      BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, July 16, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:34 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair (excused all day)
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

[Note: At approximately 9:30 a.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

[Note: At approximately 12:30 p.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket DC-09-0003 / Z-09-0001 (Boulder County Land Use Code Text
Amendment & Map Amendment – Niwot Rural Community District II); Proposed Text Amendment
to Article 4 of the Land Use Code to add a new Zoning District (Niwot Rural Community District II)
and to amend the Boulder County Zoning Map to designate this area. The proposed project is
located in the Rural Residential (RR) Zoning District, at those portions of Blocks 13-29 of the
Niwot Townsite in the SE ¼ of Section 25, T2N, R70W (except those with the current NRCD
Zoning District) plus 1 acre in the SE ¼, SW ¼, SE ¼ of Section 25, T2N, R70W. (2:01 – 2:24)
(00:10, Tape No. 29/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Denise Grimm, Land Use Department

        Present:         Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:        Steve Arrowsmith, 471 Franklin

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #DC-09-0003/Z-09-0001, as presented
        and discussed in hearing. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0. (11:14)

3:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket SU-09-0005 (Boulder County Road Maintenance / Ridge Road SU /
SSDP); Special Use Review / Site Specific Development Plan for an amendment to Docket SU-
06-004 / SU-77-7 to allow construction of a 4,785 sq.ft. addition to the existing road maintenance
garage. This property is located in the Forestry (F) Zoning District, at 286 Ridge Road, south of
and adjacent to Ridge Road approximately ¼ mile east of State Highway 72, in Section 12, T1S,
R73W. (3:03 – 3:09) (11:45, Tape No. 29/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)



                                                                                          7/16/2009
        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Hannah Hippely, Land Use Department

        Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:       None

                                               ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #SU-09-005, in accordance with staff
        recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
        discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0. (14:23)

[Note: At approximately 3:30 p.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

[Note: At approximately 5:30 p.m., the Board attended a Community meeting in Allenspark at the
Allenspark Fire Station #1, 14961 Highway 7.]

10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:34 – 11:06) (1:04:23, Tape No. 28/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
ITEMS TO NOTE FOR THE RECORD:

1.      Application to use the Courthouse Lawn from Ann Colchord and Jennifer Johnson for a
        local business expo & forum held Saturday, July 11.

2.      Application to use the Courthouse Lawn from Clean Energy Action for a rally regarding a
        permit for the Valmont coal plant held Tuesday, July 14.

Items No. 1 and 2 were noted for the record.

HOUSING AUTHORITY CONSENT ITEMS:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Items No. 3 through 5, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

3.      Housing Authority: Resolution 2009-36, awarding RFP #5122-09 for Solar Photo-voltaic
        installation at the Nederland Prime Haven Housing Complex to the lowest, most
        responsible bidder Lighthouse Solar, with attached contract ($49,433).

4.      Housing Authority: Amendment to the contract with the Division of Human Services for
        affordable & energy-efficient housing units at the 900 Avalon site in Lafayette, to reduce
        the number of units from 4 to 3 (no change in funding from TANF Reserves).




                                                                                           7/16/2009
5.    Housing Authority: Contract with the Division of Human Services for emergency housing to
      avoid homeless situations ($375,000 TANF Reserves).

                                          ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 3 through 5. Commissioner Pearlman
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:04:50)

COMMISSIONERS CONSENT ITEMS:

6.    Human Services Division:
      a.    Amendment to the contract with the Housing Authority for affordable & energy-
            efficient housing units at the 900 Avalon site in Lafayette, to reduce the number
            of units from 4 to 3 (no change in funding from TANF Reserves) (See Item #4);
      b.    Contract with the Housing Authority for emergency housing to avoid homeless
            situations ($375,000 TANF Reserves) (See Item #5);
      c.    Contract with the Transportation Department for Eco-Pass education, marketing &
            administration services ($60,000 TANF Reserves);
      d.    Renewal of the contract with the Community Justice Services Division for the
            Community Evaluation Team ($46,000);
      e.    Memorandum of Understanding with the Colorado Department of Human Services for
            the Colorado Works Program and the Colorado Child Care Assistance Program;
      f.    Memorandum of Understanding with the District Attorney’s Office for a 50% FTE
            Juvenile Integrated Treatment Court attorney for the IMPACT Program ($71,000 grant
            funding).

7.    Financial Services Division: Warrants Issued Report for June.

8.    Parks and Open Space Department: Mechanic’s Lien Letter, Temporary Right to Enter
      Agreement (Becker property).

9.    County Attorney’s Office:
      a.     Resolution 2009-88, conditionally approving Docket LU-09-001/SPR-09-006
             (Franke Limited Impact Special Review/Site Plan Review);
      b.     Resolution 2009-89, conditionally approving Docket SU-08-008 (Palmer Multiple
             Principal Uses Special Use Review/Site Specific Development Plan);
      c.     Resolution 2009-92, conditionally approving Docket HP-09-0001 (Alex Ryan
             Cabins & William Gustafson Cabin aka Kladstrup Family Cabins Historic
             Landmarking).

10.   Workforce Boulder County:
      a.     Renewal of the mental health services contract with the Mental Health Center of
             Boulder & Broomfield Counties ($64,409 grant funding);
      b.     Renewal of the maintenance services contract with Computer Systems Design
             Company ($46,200 grant funding);
      c.     Sub-License Agreement with the Colorado Department of Labor & Employment
             to access the America’s Labor Market Information System (no expenditure).

11.   Transportation Department: Change Order #1 to the guardrail project contract with
      Adarand Constructors, Inc. for additional work relating to the Niwot Road box culvert
      ($35,387.50).




                                                                                       7/16/2009
                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 6 through 11. Commissioner
       Pearlman seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:05:00)

COMMISSIONERS DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

12.    Human Resources Division:
       a.    Housing & Human Services Department request for a 1.0 FTE Communications
             Specialist term position;
       b.    Land Use Department request to extend a term Planner II position.

       Presenter:      Julia Schneider, Human Resources Division
                       Jennifer Eads, Housing and Human Services (12a)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Pearlman moved approval of Item No. 12a. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:06:27)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12b. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:06:46)

13.    Information Technology Division: Award of RFP #5157-09, Data Center Efficiency Study, to
       IBM, with attached contract ($30,000).

       Presenter:      Mike Harlan, Information Technology Division Manager

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 13. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:07:27)

14.    Sheriff’s Office: Grant application to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for
       American Recovery & Reinvestment Act fire management funding ($649,778).

       Presenter:      Dave Booton, Sheriff’s Office

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 14. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:10:01)



                                                                                       7/16/2009
15.   Parks and Open Space Department: Grant application to the Colorado State Forest
      Service for the Heil Valley Ranch 2009 Forest Restoration & Fuels Reduction Project
      ($140,000).

      Presenter:     Bridgette McCarthy, Parks and Open Space Department

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 15. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:10:36)

16.   Transportation Department: Resolution 2009-93, providing for the temporary closure of
              th
      North 95 Street (Valmont Road to Lookout Road) during bridge construction over
      Boulder Creek.

      Presenter:     Pam Hansen, Transportation Department

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 16. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:11:14)

17.   Transportation Department: Special Event Applications for County Roads
      a.     MESP, Inc., for the Muddy buddy Ride & Run event on Sunday, August 16;
      b.     The American Diabetes Association, for the Tour de Cure Colorado cycling event
             on Saturday, August 22;
      c.     The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, for the Ride For 65 Roses cycling event on
             Saturday, August 29;
      d.     The City of Louisville, for the Coal Creek Crossing running race on Sunday,
             September 6.

      Presenter:     Anita Riley, Transportation Department

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 17. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:11:37)

18.   Land Use Department: Proposed modification to an approved Application for Site Location
      Approval for Extension of an Existing Domestic Wastewater Treatment Works located at
      475 Peaceful Valley Road (Docket SU-89-08 Peaceful Valley Ranch).

      Presenter:     Greg Oxenfeld, Land Use Department




                                                                                    7/16/2009
                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 18 with authorization for the Chair to
       sign any necessary documents. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:12:51)

19.    Administrative Services Department: Petitions for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
       recommended for denial by Assessor and the hearing referee
       a.     Lloyd Meador, ID #R0503752 (Tax Year 2007);
       b.     Michael Weiner & Julie Lobdell, ID #R0110110 (Tax Years 2007 & 2008);
       c.     Ryan O’Connor, ID #R0096043 (Tax Year 2008);
       d.     Calco Properties LLC, ID #R0055819 (Tax Years 2007 & 2008);
       e.     Rutt Family LLLP et.al., ID #R0071815 (Tax Years 2007 & 2008);

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 19. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:13:13)

20.    Administrative Services Department: Petitions for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
       recommended for denial by the Assessor and partial approval by the hearing referee
       a.     Douglas & Carolyn Sullivan, ID #R0070809 (2008 refund $427.02 if referee
              recommendation approved);
       b.     Mary Levesque, ID #R0127668 (2008 refund $95.72 if referee recommendation
              approved).

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Pearlman moved approval of the referee’s recommendations for Item No.
       20. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:13:41)

21.    Administrative Services Department: Petition for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
       recommended for denial by the Assessor and approval by the hearing referee, from
       George & Tami Raffensperger, ID #R0001021 (2008 refund $7,350.48 if referee
       recommendation approved).

       Presenters:      Doug Wright, Assessor’s Office
                        Mike Koertje, Asssistant County Attorney
                        Larry Hoyt, County Attorney
                        Maraya Brooks, Appeals Coordinator

       No action was taken on this item.

Commissioners Matters

22.    Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Thursday, July 16, as follows:
       a.      12:30 p.m., with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS 24-
               6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales;
       b.      3:30 p.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, and Keith Ickes, Administrative
               Services Director, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal Advice and CRS
               24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.



                                                                                     7/16/2009
                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 22a. Commissioner Pearlman
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:19:08)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 22b for discussion of the 6400 Arapahoe
        Property. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:19:22)

23.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Monday, July 20, as follows:
        a.      9:30 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
                Legal Advice;
        b.      11:00 a.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney (23a)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 23a for the purpose of discussing the
        Goldbranch PUD vesting extension issues surrounding Buildsmart regulations, an issue
        regarding a third party encroachment of the Lafayette Great Park Housing Property, the
        Raffensperger abatement item, and the Slusher vs. Board of Commissioners’ Bryant
        Avenue discussion. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:19:58)

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 23b. Commissioner Pearlman
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(1:20:06)

Administrative Matters

24.     Scheduling and Communications.

        Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, noted for the record that there was discussion of the Slusher
        vs. BOCC Bryant Avenue Litigation during this morning’s previously authorized Executive
        Session.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 3:09 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]



                                                                                         7/16/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                      BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, JULY 21, 2009

         The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
July 21, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:31 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair (excused all day)
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

[Note: At approximately 10:00 a.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

11:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Commissioners’ Office
Employee of the Month Award. (11:10 – 11:15) (19:30, Tape No. 29/DAT recorder, “counter”
mode)

Leal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

In a ceremony held in the Commissioners’ Hearing Room, Robert Emmer was named employee
of the month for July 209. The employee of the month received a certificate, a lapel pin, and a
check for $200.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
               (10:31 – 10:42) (14:20, Tape No. 29/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
HOUSING AUTHORITY BOARD CONSENT ITEMS:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item No. 1, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

1.      Housing Authority: Continuing services contract with Community Capital Corporation for
        financial advisory services (amount depends on services provided).

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 1. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(14:28)




                                                                                           7/21/2009
COMMISSIONERS CONSENT ITEMS:

2.     County Attorney’s Office:
       a.     Resolution 2009-95, approving Docket DC-09-0001 (Zoning Map and Text
              Amendments to Article 4 of the Land Use Code – Niwot Rural Community District
              II);
       b.     Resolution 2009-96, conditionally approving Docket SU-09-0005 (Boulder County
              Road Maintenance / Ridge Road Special Use Review).

3.     Parks and Open Space Department: Contract with the Boulder County Fair, Livestock
       Show & Rodeo for the 2009 County Fair ($45,000).

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 2 and 3. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(14:34)

COMMISSIONERS
DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

4.     Clerk and Recorder: Request to conduct the 2009 Coordinated Election as a mail ballot
       election.

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 4. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(14:42)

5.     County Attorney’s Office: Conditional Trail and Recreation Easements related to the
       settlement of the Chamberlin case / Mountain King Road, with Deborah & Charles Martin,
       Yeager Bush and Robert Burrell, Jr.

       Presenter:      Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(15:07)

6.     Administrative Services Department: Purchase Agreement for property at 5600 Flatiron
       Parkway. (approx. $8,000,050)

       Presenter:      Keith Ickes, Administrative Services Department




                                                                                     7/21/2009
                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(15:35)

7.   Transportation Department:
     a.     Resolution 2009-85, approving No Parking, Stopping or Standing on the south side
            of Niwot Road (Niwot Square Drive to Second Avenue);
     b.     Resolution 2009-86, approving the extension of the No Parking zone on both sides
            of Sunshine Canyon Drive (from Boulder City limits west 500 feet);
     c.     Resolution 2009-94, approving a No Parking zone along both sides of Apple Valley
            Road (from Antelope Drive 250 feet in each direction).

     Presenter:     Leslie Swirhun, Transportation Department

                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7a. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(16:12)

                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7b. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(17:43)

                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Pearlman moved approval of Item No. 7c. Commissioner Toor seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(18:08)

8.   Human Services Division: Request for a bid waiver for OUR Center for Child Health Plan
     Plus / Medicaid outreach & enrollment assistance to low-income residents, with attached
     contract ($26,800).

     Presenter:     Christina Ostrem, Human Services

                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Pearlman moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Toor seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(18:28)




                                                                                   7/21/2009
Commissioners Matters

9.      Policy Analyst: Letter supporting a joint application, with the Cities of Boulder and
        Longmont, to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the Climate Showcase
        Communities grant program ($500,000).

        Presenter:       Mark Ruzzin, Commissioners’ Staff

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(19:20)

Administrative Matters

10.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 11:05 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                          7/21/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                      BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, July 23, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:33 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair (excused all day)
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

[Note: At approximately 9:30 a.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their small
conference room.]

11:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
                                                                        st
Public Hearing: Docket V-09-0002 / EP-09-0006 (St. Anton Highlands 1 Addition / Isaac /
Wheeler); Request for an Easement Vacation and an Exemption Plat to adjust the property line
and utility easement between Lots 12 & 13 of St. Anton Highlands 1st Addition. These properties
are located in the Forestry (F) Zoning District, at 3686 & 3714 Ridge Road, northeast of
Nederland, in Sections 3 & 4, T1S, R72W. (11:19 – 11:22) (45:40, Tape No. 29/DAT recorder,
“counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Greg Oxenfeld, Land Use Department

        Present:         Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:        None

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #V-09-0002 / EP-09-0006, in accordance
        with staff recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional
        conditions as discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner
        Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0. (47:15)

2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Administrative Services Department
Public Hearing: Proposed purchase of property at 6400 Arapahoe Avenue, Boulder.

[Note: The 2:00 p.m. Item was canceled prior to hearing.]




                                                                                           7/23/2009
10:30 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
              (10:33 – 11:18) (23:17, Tape No. 29/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS

1.     Administrative Services Department: Petitions for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
       recommended for approval by the Assessor
       a.     6595 Odell LLC, ID #R0501502 (2008 refund $1,068.70);
       b.     Wilderness One LLC, ID #R0015766 (2008 refund $3,417.08).

2.     Administrative Services Department: Petitions for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
       recommended for approval by the Assessor pursuant to stipulation with Petitioner
       a.     Foxhaven, Inc., ID #R0505153 (2008 refund $1,600.62);
       b.     Richard Quigley Profit Sharing, et.al.
              ID #R0504898 (2008 refund $2,342.06);
              ID #R0505150 (2008 refund $1,831.84);
              ID #R0505152 (2008 refund $1,662.32);
              ID #R0505154 (2008 refund $2,285.26).

3.     Administrative Services Department: Rebate agreement with Xcel Energy for the solar
       photovoltaic installation at the Sundquist Building ($199,500).

4.     Parks and Open Space Department: Award of RFP #5166-09, Russian Olive Tree
       Removal, to the low bidders for specific projects (The Green Plan, Taddiken Tree
       Company) with a recommendation to place qualified vendors on the list for possible
       future projects (L&M Enterprises, The Green Plan, Davey Tree).

5.     Community Services Department: Award of RFP #5180-09, Boulder County Plan to End
       Homelessness, to the low bidder OMNI Institute, with attached contract ($34,879).

6.     Transportation Department:
                                                 th
       a.     Award of contract for the North 119 Street Arapahoe to Baseline Shoulders &
              Overlay Project, to the lowest, most responsible bidder Asphalt Specialties, Inc.
              ($454,610.10);
       b.     Contract with Highway Technologies, Inc. for the 2009 Epoxy Striping Project
              ($287,811.95).

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 1 through 6. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(23:28)

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters




                                                                                        7/23/2009
7.   Administrative Services Department: 2009 Policy Changes
     Section I General & Administrative Policies
       I.3 Parking Policy (clarifies temporary parking policies)
       I.10 Inclement Weather Closure (Emergency Closure Information Line name change)
       I.12 Handling of Request for Public Records (clarification changes)
       I.15 Americans with Disabilities Act (Human Resources Manager name change)
       I.17 Firearms on County Property (clarify firearms allowed at Fairgrounds)
       I.27 Bilingual Pay Program (clarification changes)
     Section II Finance / Budget / Purchasing Policies
       II.14 Purchasing Policies (delete Purchasing Order Exempt section)
       II.15 Bids/RFPs/Quotes Policies and Procedures (procedures for RFP’s over $25,000)
     Chapter II Employment Policies & Procedures
       Section 201 Recruitment (clarifications)
       Section 205 Personnel Files (clarifications)
       Section 206 Introductory Period (clarifications)
     Chapter III Conditions of Employment
       Section 302 Hours of Work (removes radio and TV stations)
     Chapter IV Pay Plan
       Section 406 Days of Pay (clarifies requirements for non-exempt & exempt)
     Chapter V Benefits
       Section 504 Leaves (clarifications)
     Chapter VI Discipline and Complaint
       Section 603 Disciplinary Actions and Procedures (clarifications)
       Section 604 Complaints (additions)
       Section 605 Appeals (clarifications)
     Chapter VII Separation From County Service
       Section 701 Retirement (timeline for 100% payment on accrued medical leave)
       Section 604 Termination of Employment (additions to complaints policy)
       Section 703 Final Check (clarifications)
     Chapter IX Amendments and Exceptions to Personnel Manual
       Section 901 Amendments (clarifications)
     Information Technology
       Social Networking (new policy)
       Electronic Media (Defines #ALL e-mail use)
     Internal Services
       IV.4 Energy Conservation (appropriate electrical appliances in County offices)
     Risk Management
       III.1 Use of Vehicles (clarifies driving requirements)
       V.7 Motor Vehicle Safety (Clarifies driving restrictions).

                                       ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(23:37)

8.   Administrative Services Department: Petition for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
     recommended for denial by the Assessor and approval by the hearing referee, from
     George & Tami Raffensperger, ID #R0001021 (2008 refund $7,350.48 if referee
     recommendation approved).

     Presenters:    Mike Koertje, Assistant County Attorney
                    Doug Wright, Assessor’s Office
                    George Raffensperger, 372 Left Hand Canyon Drive, Boulder
                    Larry Hoyt, County Attorney



                                                                                  7/23/2009
                                          ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved to reject both the Assessor’s and the Referee’s
      recommendations for this property instead assessing the property at a residential rate
      and a value of $650,000. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(31:56)

9.    Parks and Open Space Department:
      a.     Proposed amendment to the Fox Conservation Easement, to correct the legal
             description of the property;
      b.     Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District request to proceed with a 1041
             Review Application for the Southern Water Pipeline Project, which would affect
             several Conservation Easements.

      Presenter:      Ellen Flannelly, Parks and Open Space Department
                      Janis Whisman, Parks and Open Space Department

                                          ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9a. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(32:48)

                                          ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9b. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(34:00)

10.   Human Services Division: Award of RFP #5173-09, Therapeutic Services, to Scott Brown,
      Betsy de Castro, Jonathan Garson, Christine Martinez, and Daniel Baur, with request for a
      bid waiver to include Stacey Shipherd, who has a current contract and was on vacation
      when the RFP was due.

                                          ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(34:22)

11.   Transportation Department:
      a.     Resolution 2009-98, providing for the temporary closure of East County Line
             Road (Highway 119 to Quicksilver Road) during City of Longmont sewer work;
      b.     Special Event Permit Application for County Roads from Exempla Good
             Samaritan Medical Center, for the Good Sam Bike Jam on Sunday, August 9.

      Presenters:     Leslie Swirhun, Transportation Department (11a)
                      Anita Riley, Transportation Department (11b)




                                                                                      7/23/2009
                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11a. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(34:40)

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11b. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(34:59)

12.    Land Use Department: Applicant’s request for a one-year extension to complete post-
       approval requirements for Docket V-08-002/EP-08-003 (Stetson Easement Vacation &
       Exemption Plat).

       Presenter:       Hannah Hippely, Land Use Department

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(35:34)

13.    County Attorney’s Office: Notice to Boulder County Clerk and Recorder of Possible
       Countywide Ballot Issue Election – November 2009 Odd-year Election.

       Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Pearlman moved approval of Item No. 13. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(36:05)

Commissioners Matters

14.    Consideration of the reassignment of the purchase agreement for 6400 Arapahoe
       Avenue to the City of Boulder, or termination of the purchase agreement.

       Presenter:       Keith Ickes, Administrative Services Director

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 14. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.(38:47)




                                                                                     7/23/2009
Administrative Matters

15.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

16.     County Attorney’s Office: Request for signature on a Separation Agreement with an
        employee from the District Attorney’s Office.


        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 11:22 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                      7/23/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                      BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
August 4, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:01 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner (excused all day)

9:00 A.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket LU-09-0012 (Nederland Fire Protection District Fire Barn); Limited
Impact Special Use Review for a fire barn (2,205 sq.ft. addition to an existing 1,243 sq.ft. fire
barn). The proposed project is located in the Forestry (F) Zoning District, at 2815 Ridge Road,
north of Nederland, in Section 8, T1S, R 72W. .(9:01 – 9:12) (47:33, Tape No. 29/DAT recorder,
“counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Janice Biletnikoff, Land Use Department

        Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:       Judith Moyer, 2816 Ridge Rd.
                        Russ Penneton, 3801 Ridge Rd.

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to approve Docket #LU-09-0012, in accordance with
        staff recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional
        conditions as discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner
        Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0. (52:46)

9:30 A.M.
PRESENTER: County Attorney
Public Hearing: Ballot Issue Resolutions and Ballot Title Setting.(9:36 – 10:04) (53:05, Tape
No. 29/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

1.      Resolution 2009-100 Parks and Open Space Sales & Use Tax Extension; 0.25%
        currently expiring in 2019 to be extended to 2034 (15 years) with 20-year Capital
        Improvement Trust Fund bonds to be issued, payable from revenues from the extended
        tax through 2029;

        Presenter:      Larry Hoyt, County Attorney



                                                                                            8/4/2009
                                          ACTION

     Commissioner Domenico moved conceptual approval of Item No. 1. Commissioner
     Pearlman seconded the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(56:08)

2.   Resolution 2009-101 ClimateSmart Loan Program; New bond authorization of $40
     million (or more, if including an amount to be used to issue bonds for financing Local
     Improvement Districts in other counties, pending legislative change and voter
     authorization in those counties);

     Presenter:      Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                          ACTION

     Commissioner Domenico moved conceptual approval of Item No. 2. Commissioner
     Pearlman seconded the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(52:46)

3.   Resolution 2009-102 Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds; Authorized under the
     American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (the federal stimulus bill). Boulder County has
     received a direct allocation of bond capacity of $3,069,026;

     Presenter:      Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                          ACTION

     Commissioner Domenico moved conceptual approval of Item No. 3. Commissioner
     Pearlman seconded the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:02:01)

4.   Resolution 2009-103 Term Limit for the District Attorney; Extension to a maximum of 3
     terms;

     Presenters:     Larry Hoyt, County Attorney
                     Stan Garnett, District Attorney

                                          ACTION

     Commissioner Domenico moved conceptual approval of Item No. 4. Commissioner
     Pearlman seconded the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:04)

5.   Resolution 2009-104 Ballot title adoption for the above ballot issues.

     Presenter:      Larry Hoyt, County Attorney




                                                                                        8/4/2009
                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to adopt Resolutions 2009-100, 2009-101, and 2009-
        103. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:05:59)

                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to adopt Resolution 2009-104. Commissioner
        Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:07:02)

10:30 A.M.
PRESENTER: Parks & Open Space Department
Public Meeting: Update on Riparian Assessment. .(10:32 – 11:04) (00:10, Tape No.30/DAT
recorder, “counter” mode)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenter:      Dave Hoerath, Parks and Open Space Department

        This item was for information only.

This item was for information only.

[Note: At approximately 11:00 a.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

11:30 A.M.
PUBLIC COMMENT: Members of the public may address the County Commissioners on any
county related issue. (11:32 – 12:06) (15:55, Tape No. 30/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Speakers:       Anne Larson, 8498 Stirrup Ct., Longmont
                                                  th
                        Candice Miller, 8853 N. 55 St., Longmont
                        Lois Getman, 4353 Oxford Rd., Longmont
                        Gary Rubin, 5599 Nelson Rd., Longmont
                        Dan Getman, 4353 Oxford Rd., Longmont
                        Carol Hellwig, 7860 Danny Brook Ct., Longmont
                        David Levin, Box 3072, Eldorado Springs
                        Joe Klassen, 5505 Valmont, #139
                        Richard Wolniewicz, 5741 Prospect Rd., Longmont

Mr. Levin addressed the Board regarding the Eldorado Springs Wastewater Project. Mr. Klassen
spoke about his concerns regarding the rights of residents in the San Lazaro Community. All
other speakers voiced concern regarding a potential alignment of the proposed Boulder to Lyons
Trail.




                                                                                            8/4/2009
2:00 P.M.
PRESENTER: Commissioners’ Office
National Association of Counties (NACo) Award Ceremony. (2:01 – 2:29) (32:44, Tape No.
30/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

The Board presented County staff members with NACo Excellence Awards for the Forest
Health Initiative, the People Engaged in Raising Leaders, the Foundations in Public Service
Program, and the Housing Crisis Prevention Program.

3:30 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket SU-09-0006 (Boulder County Parks and Open Space / Miller Pumpkin
Patch SU / SSDP); Special Use Review for multiple principal uses, including Open Agricultural
Use and Keeping of Non-Domestic Farm Animals, as well as Accessory Agricultural Sales,
Demonstration Farm, and Temporary Farm Stand. The proposed project is located in the
                                                   th
Agricultural (A) Zoning District, at 2005 South 112 Street, in Section 22, T1S, R69W. (3:37 –
4:13) (46:39, Tape No. 30/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Janice Biletnikoff, Land Use Department

        Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:       Brad Curl, Johnson and Repucci
                        Kent Davis, Crop Quest
                        Jamie Griffith, 1458 Marigold Dr.
                        Keith Kimminaugh, 3731 Desert Ridge Circle, Castle Rock
                                                    th
                        Heidi Bucknam, 2080 W. 10 , Broomfield

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to approve Docket #SU-09-006, in accordance with staff
        recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
        discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0. (1:03:47)

4:30 P.M.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket LU-09-0010 (Boulder County Forestry Processing and Sort Yard);
Limited Impact Special Review for a Forestry Processing and Sort Yard. The proposed project is
located in the Forestry (F) Zoning District, at 291 Ridge Road, north of and adjacent to Ridge
Road, approxi-mately 0.15 miles east of Highway 72 (Peak to Peak Highway) in the SE ¼ of
Section 12, T1S, R73W. Tabled from 07/09/09.(4:31 – 5:40) (1:04:36, Tape No. 30/DAT
recorder, “counter” mode)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.




                                                                                            8/4/2009
       Presenters:     Greg Oxenfeld, Land Use Department
                       Therese Glowacki, Parks and Open Space Department
                       Scott Golden, Parks and Open Space Department

       Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

       Speakers:       Roger Cornell, 998 Highway 72, Nederland
                       James Vanden Brink, 9889 Highway 7, Allenspark
                       Stephen Whinston, 1453 Ridge Rd., Nederland
                       Paul Mogensen, 1159 Ridge Rd., Nederland
                       Andrew Cookler, 479 Hurricane Hill, Nederland
                       Tamara Whinston, 1453 Ridge Rd., Nederland
                       Ross Dicken, 501 Ridge Rd., Nederland
                       Wendy Cookler, 479 Hurricane Hill, Nederland


                                (Continued on Tape No. 31)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Pearlman moved to approve Docket #LU-09-0010, in accordance with
       staff recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional
       conditions as discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner
       Domenico seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0. (03:51)

10:00 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
             (10:04 – 10:25) (1:07:30, Tape No. 29/DAT recorder, “counter” mode)

NEW BUSINESS:
ITEMS TO NOTE FOR THE RECORD:

1.     Application to use the Courthouse Lawn from Babak Behzadi and Nushin Farjadi for a
       rally to support the people of Iran (held July 25).

2.     Application to use the Courthouse Lawn from Dave Georgis for a rally to support local
       organic farmers and oppose genetically-modified beets on county land (held July 30).

       Items No. 1 and 2 were noted for the record.

HOUSING AUTHORITY CONSENT ITEMS:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item No. 3, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

3.     Longs Peak Energy Conservation: Grant agreement with the Governor’s Energy Office
       for weatherization funding ($1,531,729).




                                                                                        8/4/2009
                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 3. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:07:52)

COMMISSIONERS CONSENT ITEMS:

4.     Administrative Services Department: Petitions for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
       recommended for approval by the Assessor
       a.     Mill Village Business Park II LLC et. al., ID #R0514624 (2008 refund $5,398.20);
       b.     MVBP Investors I LLC, ID #R0514631 (2008 refund $2,335.12);
       c.     MVBP Investors I LLC, ID #R0514633 (2008 refund $1,937.32).

5.     Transportation Department: Award of RFP #5183-09, 2009 Bridge Rehabilitation, to the
       lowest most responsible bidder Truesdell Corporation ($118,118).

6.     Community Action Programs: Grant agreement with the Colorado Department of Local
       Affairs for the Boulder County Generate a Community of Opportunity Program ($570,045
       American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds).

7.     Human Services Division: Grant award from the Colorado Health Foundation for the
       Boulder County Healthy Kids Initiative ($350,368).

8.     Department of Housing and Human Services: Grant agreement with the Colorado
       Division of Housing for the Single Family Owner Occupied Rehabilitation Loan Program
       ($250,000).

9.     Parks and Open Space Department:
       a.     Award of RFP #5179-09, Blue Jay Mine Headframe and Ore Bin Rehabilitation,
              to the lowest most responsible bidder Milo Construction ($72,363);
       b.     Addition of Precision Felling, Inc. to the list of qualified vendors for RFP #5166-
              09, Russian Olive Tree Removal;
       c.     Option Payment Letter (Lillian Trevarton property);
       d.     Mechanic’s Lien Letter, Purchase Agreement (Fabel property);
       e.     Contract with L&M Enterprises, Inc. for tree removal (continuing services);
       f.     Contract with Wildlands Restoration Volunteers for volunteer coordination for
              ecological restorations projects ($34,000);
       g.     Contract with Roof Check, Inc. for the Stroh-Dickens Barn roof project ($29,256);
       h.     Contract with The Green Plan, Inc. for tree removal ($37,175).

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 4 through 9. Commissioner
       Pearlman seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:07:19)

HOUSING AUTHORITY BOARD DISCUSSION ITEMS:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Items No. 10 and 11, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:




                                                                                         8/4/2009
10.    Housing Authority Resolution 2009-35, approving a grant application to the City of Boulder to
       administer the Mobile Home Rehab Program and the Single Family Owner Occupied Rehab
       Program and to authorize Executive Director Frank Alexander to sign the application.

       Presenter:      Jim Wilson, Housing Authority

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:08:31)

11.    Quit Claim Deed to Janet E. Godres, a neighboring property owner of the proposed BCHA
       Lafayette housing site, to resolve encroachment issues. (See Item #12a)

       Presenter:      Pat Mayne, Deputy County Attorney

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 11. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:09:07)

COMMISSIONERS DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

12.    County Attorney’s Office:
       a.     Quit Claim Deed to Janet E. Godres, a neighboring property owner of the
              proposed BCHA Lafayette housing site, to resolve encroachment issues (See
              Item #11);
       b.     Acceptance of Deed of Conservation Easement in Gross with Reservation of
              Rights and Access related to North Metro Fire and Rescue District Amendment
                                                     th
              to Southeast Boulder County, North 96 Street, Dillon Road, and US 287 Area
              Intergovernmental Agreement;
       c.     Letter to the U.S. Department of Agriculture revoking the power of attorney
              granted to Luke Stromquist as the signatory on Farm Service Administration
              contracts.

       Presenters:     Pat Mayne, Deputy County Attorney (12a)
                       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney (12b)
                       David Hughes, Deputy County Attorney (12b)
                       Conrad Lattes, Assistant County Attorney (12c)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 12a. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:09:44)




                                                                                         8/4/2009
                                           ACTION

      Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 12b. Commissioner Pearlman
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:10:34)

                                           ACTION

      Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 12c. Commissioner Pearlman
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:11:00)

13.   County Attorney’s Office and Land Use Department: First Amendment to Goldbranch
      P.U.D. Subdivision Improvements Agreement, Extending the Subdivision’s Statutory
      Vested Rights Period under Article 3-207.A.4. of the Boulder County Land Use Code
      (including general land use regulatory vesting; grandfathering from application of Article
      4-1300 of the Land Use Code; and limited exemption from County BuildSmart
      regulations).

      Presenter:      Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

                                           ACTION

      Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 13. Commissioner Pearlman
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:11:34)

14.   Land Use Department:
      a.     Recommendation for a 2009 Historic Landmark Rehabilitation Grant to CSN, LLC
             for work on the Aspenola Cabin ($10,000);
      b.     Request from Left Hand Grange to use carryover funds from previous years for
             work on the Grange in Niwot ($7,875).

      Presenter:      Denise Grimm, Land Use Department

                                           ACTION

      Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 14. Commissioner Pearlman
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:12:53)

15.   Parks and Open Space Department:
      a.     Grant application to the State Historical Fund for Rocky Mountain Mammoth Mine
             Historic Structure Assessment ($13,999), with request for County contribution of
             admin costs ($3,749);
      b.     Proposed purchase of 50 shares of the South Boulder Canon Ditch Company.

      Presenter:      Mel Stonebraker, Parks and Open Space Department




                                                                                          8/4/2009
                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Pearlman moved approval of Item No. 15a. Commissioner Domenico
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:13:49)

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 15b. Commissioner Pearlman
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:14:45)

16.   Transportation Department:
      a.     Recommendation that Floodway Development Permit No. 09-11FW, not be
                                                                                th
             called up for review (issued to DeFalco Construction for North 95 Street bridge
             work);
      b.     Resolution 2009-105, temporary traffic restrictions in Valhalla subdivision on
             August 9 (5430 Sprint Triathlon);
      c.     Resolution 2009-106, temporary traffic restrictions in Valhalla subdivision on
             August 16 (Muddy Buddy Ride and Run);
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      d.     Resolution 2009-110, temporary closure of 51 and 55 Streets between
             Valhalla Drive and Niwot Road on August 16 (Muddy Buddy Ride and Run);
      e.     Special Event Application for County Roads from GS Boulder Cycling for the
             Niwot Criterium bicycle event on Sunday, August 16;
      f.     Special Event Application for County Roads from the Nederland Area Chamber
             of Commerce for the Neder Neder Never Give Up running race on Sunday,
             September 13.

      Presenters:    Justin Gindlesperger, Transportation Department (16a)
                     Anita Riley, Transportation Department (16b through 16f)

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 16a. Commissioner Pearlman
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:15:24)

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Pearlman moved approval of Items No. 16b, 16c, and 16d.
      Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:15:49)

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 16e and 16f. Commissioner
      Pearlman seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:16:02)




                                                                                     8/4/2009
17.    Human Resources Division: District Attorney’s Office request to add a grant funded .5
       FTE Deputy District Attorney I position.

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 17. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:16:17)

Commissioners Matters

18.    Budget Office: Resolution 2009-97, appropriating additional sums of money for 2009.

       Presenter:       Margaret Parish, Budget Officer

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 18. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:17:00)

19.    Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, August 5, as
       follows:
       a.       10:15 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal
                Advice;
       b.       2:30 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

       Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 19a for the purpose of discussing
       legal matters regarding the Rocky Mountain Christian Church appeal, and road issues
       around Mountain King and Bryan Avenue. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the
       motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:17:21)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 19b. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:17:28)

20.    Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session at 2:30 p.m. on Monday, August 10,
       with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, and Keith Ickes, Administrative Services Director, pursuant
       to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal Advice and CRS 24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property
       Acquisitions and Sales.

       Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney




                                                                                         8/4/2009
                                         ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 20. Commissioner Pearlman
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, excused. Motion carried 2-0.(1:17:48)

Administrative Matters

21.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.


        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 5:40 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                  8/4/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                      BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
October 6, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:02 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                            Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                            Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                            Will Toor, Commissioner

9:00 a.m.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket SPR-09-0026 (Mesa Trail Ranch Remodel/Accessory Buildings);
Request by the applicant to appeal the Land Use Department Determination of a Site Plan
Review to deconstruct 3,230 sq.ft. and add a 3,221 sq.ft. house addition (123 sq. ft. basement /
277 sq.ft. 1st floor / 1,766 sq.ft. 2nd floor / 1,055 sq.ft. attached garage) for a 10,362 sq.ft. total
house; a 4,995 sq.ft. stable; a 5,940 sq.ft. indoor pen/storage bldg; and two 336 sq.ft. loafing
sheds. The proposed project is located in the Agricultural (A) Zoning District at 4113 Eldorado
Springs Drive, in Section 29, T1S, R70W. (Tabled from 9/17/09 & 9/29/09). (9:02—10:04)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:       Robin Kerns, Land Use Department
                          Kim Sanchez, Land Use Department

        Present:          Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:         Rick Johnson, applicant’s attorney
                          Theresa Boone, applicant
                          Carol Addams, Landscape Architect
                          Pete Kenny, 2790 Darley Ave., Boulder
                          Kathy Rudge, 656 Furman Way, Boulder

                                                ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #SPR-09-0026, in accordance with staff
        recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
        discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

[Note: At approximately 11:00 a.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]




                                                                                                10/6/2009
11:30 a.m.
PUBLIC COMMENT: Members of the public may address the County Commissioners on any
county related issue. (11:31 – 12:06)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.
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        Speakers:         Candice Miller, 8853 N. 55 St., Longmont
                          David Levin, Box 3072, Eldorado Springs
                          Belinda Levin, 96 Artesian Dr., Eldorado Springs
                          Johanna Hurley, 7000 Sunshine Canyon Dr.
                          Gene Fischer, 6300 Sunshine Canyon Dr.
                          Anne Larson, 8498 Stirrup Ct., Longmont

        Ms. Miller and Ms. Larson addressed the Board regarding a proposed Lyons to Boulder
        Trail. Mr. and Mrs. Levin raised concerns regarding the Eldorado Springs Wastewater
        Project. All remaining members of the public spoke regarding their desire to have a
        portion of Sunshine Canyon paved.

1:45 p.m.
PRESENTER: Rocky Mountain National Park Superintendent Vaughn Baker Presentation Of
Commemorative Poster from Rocky Mountain National Park. (1:45 – 1:46)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:       Vaughn Baker, Superintendent, Rocky Mountain National Park

        Mr. Baker presented the Board with a commemorative poster.

2:00 p.m.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket SPR-09-0048 (Wilson Addition); Request by the applicant to appeal the
Land Use Department Determination of denial for a Site Plan Review for the construction of a
4,880 sq.ft. addition (977 sq.ft. basement / 2,369 sq.ft. 1st floor / 1,543 sq.ft. 2nd floor) for a total
7,888 sq.ft. The proposed project is located in the Forestry (F) Zoning District at 1743 Gross Dam
Road, in Section 33, T1S, R71W. (2:01 – 2:55)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:       Robin Kerns, Land Use Department

        Present:          Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:         Cheryl Wilson, applicant
                          Robinson Lapp, 6733 Kilmer Ct., Arvada
                          Eric Phillips, Wildfire Mitigation Specialist
                          Justin Gindlesperger, Transportation Department
                          Kim Sanchez, Land Use Department




                                                                                               10/6/2009
                                             ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved to uphold the Land Use Director’s recommendation to deny
       Docket #SPR-09-0048. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.()

3:45 p.m.
PRESENTER: Budget Office
Public Hearing: County Offices and Departments 2010 Budget Requests

3:45   Imagine! (3:48 – 4:04)

       Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
       or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

       Presenters:     Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                       Mark Emery, Executive Director, IMAGINE!

       This item was for information only.

4:00   Integrated Treatment Court(4:07 – 4:47)

       Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
       or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

       Presenters:     Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                       Judge Roxanne Bailin

       This item was for information only.

10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
                                       (10:33 – 10:39)

NEW BUSISNESS:
HOUSING AUTHORITY CONSENT ITEMS:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item No. 1, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:


1.     Longs Peak Energy Conservation: Amendment to the continuing services contract with
       Lawton Energy Saving Solutions to add required Davis Bacon Act language.

                                             ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 1. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.




                                                                                      10/6/2009
COMMISSIONERS CONSENT ITEMS:

2.     Architects Division: Award of Bid #5207-09, Courthouse Annex Flooring, to the lowest most
       responsible bidder Colorado Carpet Center ($32,550).

3.     Transportation Department: Award of contract for the 4-Mile Creek Bikeway Connection Project
       to the lowest most responsible bidder L&M Enterprises, Inc. ($392,267.18).

4.     Sheriff’s Office: Contract renewal with St. Vrain Valley School District for the School
       Resource Officer ($40,000 revenue).

5.     Human Services Division:
       a.    IMPACT Program contract with the Office of the State Public Defender for the
             Bilingual Family Court Advocate ($40,000);
       b.    Memorandum of Understanding with Boulder County Public Health for
             Community Infant Program (CIP) Nursing Services ($143,988).

                                                 ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 2 through 5. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

COMMISSIONERS DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

6.     Human Resources Division: Award of RFP #5190-09, Life and Disability Insurance, to
       The Hartford ($363,355).
       Presenter:      Julia Yager, Human Resources Division Manager

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

Commissioners Matters

7.     Boards and Commissions:
       a.     Food & Agriculture Policy Council (resignation of Mike Keown and appointment
              of Famuer Rasmussen);
       b.     Community Corrections Board (appointment of Dianna Lawyer-Brook).

       Presenter:       Carrie Haverfield, Commissioners’ Office

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7a. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.



                                                                                          10/6/2009
                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 7b. Commissioner Toor seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

8.      Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, October 7, as
        follows:
        a.       Withdrawn in hearing.
        b.       2:30 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                 24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8b. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

Administrative Matters

9.      Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 4:47 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                      10/6/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                    BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, October 8, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:03 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair (excused)
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

9:00 a.m.
PRESENTER: Budget Office
Public Hearing: County Offices and Departments 2010 Budget Requests (9:03 – 9:36)

1.      Clerk & Recorder(9:03 – 9:28)

        Presenters:      Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                         Hillary Hall, Boulder County Clerk and Recorder

        This item was for information only.

2.      County Attorney(9:29 – 9:36)

        Presenters:      Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                         Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

        This item was for information only.

11:00 a.m.
PRESENTER: Parks and Open Space Department (11:02 – 11:45)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

1.      Public Hearing: Steen CE II/Murphy (Rene) Property; County proposes to purchase
        approximately 10.5 acres of land located east of the Town of Jamestown, approximately
        5 acres of land located south of the townsite of Caribou, and a conservation easement
        interest over approximately 131.6 acres of land located east of the Town of Gold Hill.

        Presenters:      Jim Daus, Parks and Open Space Department

        Speakers:        Karen Simmons, 8000 Sunshine Canyon Rd.

                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Pearlman moved to table Item No. 1 to 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, October
        22, 2009. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.




                                                                                          10/8/2009
2.      Public Hearing: Heafer Property; County proposes to purchase approximately 5 acres of
        land located south of Sugar Loaf Road in the Black Tiger Fire area.

        Presenters:     Jim Daus, Parks and Open Space Department

        Speakers:       None

                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve Item No. 2 in accordance with staff
        recommendations. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.

3.      Public Hearing: BLM Exchange – Ward area, sale of Government Lot 35 Open Space;
        County proposes to sell, subject to a conservation easement, approximately 7 acres of land
        located ½ mile west of the Town of Gold Hill.

        Presenters:     Jim Daus, Parks and Open Space Department

        Speakers:       None

                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approve Item No. 3 in accordance with staff
        recommendations. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.

[Note: At approximately 12:00 p.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

2:00 p.m.
PRESENTER: Commissioners’ Office
Public Hearing: Niwot Local Improvement District 2010 budget request.
 (2:22 – 2:32)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Megan Davis, Commissioners’ Staff

        Speakers:       Bruce Warren, District Committee Chairperson
                        Harris Faberman, District Committee Treasurer

        This item was for information only.




                                                                                        10/8/2009
10:30 a.m.

                                   BUSINESS MEETING
                                     (10:33 – 10:46)

NEW BUSINESS:
CONSENT ITEMS:

1.     Facilities Management Division: Contract with Colorado Carpet Center for St. Vrain
       Building carpet replacement ($59,715).

2.     Transportation Department: Change Order No. 1 to the 2009 Overlay Project contract
       with Aggregate Industries – WCR, Inc. (additional $445,121.25).

3.     Parks & Open Space Department: Notice of Property Restrictions (Brooks property).

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No.1 through 3. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

4.     County Attorney’s Office: Request for a bid waiver to lease copying equipment from
       Lewan & Associates ($57,564), with attached lease agreement.

       Presenter:      Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 4. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.

5.     Parks & Open Space Department:
       a.     Request for a fee waiver to use the indoor arena and kitchen at the Fairgrounds
              on November 13, 2009, for an event to raise money for the Wade Hammer
              Memorial Scholarship Fund and the Justin Heeler Crisis Foundation ($540);
       b.     Proposed donation of a Conservation Easement on the McClure property (approxi-
              mately 2.4 acres located north of the Town of Ward on the east side of Brainard Lake
              Drive).

       Presenters:     Rebecca Harp, Parks and Open Space Department (5a)
                       Jim Daus, Parks and Open Space Department (5b)




                                                                                      10/8/2009
                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5a. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.

        No action was taken on Item 5b.

Commissioners Matters

6.      Budget Office: 2009 Budget Adjustment Request for the Road & Bridge Fund ($500,000).

        Presenter:       Margaret Parish, Budget Officer

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.

Administrative Matters

7.      Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

8.      County Attorney’s Office: Request to authorize an Executive Session to be held at 10:00
        a.m. on Thursday, October 15, 2009, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal Advice.

        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7 for the purposes of discussing a
        settlement offer on the Jablonski matter. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.


        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 2:32 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                       10/8/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                     BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, October 15, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:03 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                          Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                          Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                          Will Toor, Commissioner

9:00 a.m.
PRESENTER: Budget Office
Public Hearing: County Offices and Departments 2010 Budget Requests (9:03 – 9:45)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

1.      Surveyor

        Presenters:      Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                         Jason Emery, County Surveyor

        This item was for information only.

2.      Board of County Commissioners

        Presenters:      Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                         Jana Petersen, Commissioners’ Deputy
                         Mike Ryder, Commissioners’ Staff
                         Ann Livingston, Sustainability Coordinator

        This item was for information only.

[Note: At approximately 10:00 a.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

11:00 a.m.
PRESENTER: Commissioners Office
Employee of the Month Award for October

No hearing was held for this item as it is to be rescheduled for a future date.

2:00 p.m.
PRESENTER: Budget Office
Public Hearing: County Offices and Departments 2010 Budget Requests (2:03 – 3:48)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.




                                                                                          11/4/2009
1.     Community Services

       Presenters:     Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                       Robin Bohannon, Community Services Director
                       Maria Harper, Head Start
                       Donelda Mason, Community Services Finance Manager

       This item was for information only.

2.     Coroner

       Presenters:     Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                       Tom Faure, County Coroner

       This item was for information only.

3.     Public Health

       Presenters:     Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                       Jeff Zayach, Public Health Director
                       Pam Milmoe, Public Health

       This item was for information only.

10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
                                       (10:33 – 10:45)

NEW BUSINESS:
HOUSING AUTHORITY CONSENT ITEMS:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Item No. 1, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

1.     Housing Authority:
       a.     This item was withdrawn prior to hearing.
       b.     Renewal of the snow removal services contract with CP Lawncare;
       c.     Amendment to continuing services contract with Big Al’s Insulation to add
              required Davis Bacon Act language.

                                             ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 1b & 1c. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.




                                                                                      11/4/2009
COMMISSIONERS CONSENT ITEMS:

2.     Administrative Services:
       a.     Contract with RC Energy Boulder County LLC for Solar Energy Purchase
              Agreement at the Jail;
       b.     Contract with RC Energy Boulder County LLC for Solar Energy Purchase
              Agreement at the Mental Health Center.

3.     Resource Conservation Division:
       a.     Contract with Tetra Tech, Inc. for a compost generation study ($30,000);
       b.     Grant-funded agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the
              Roof to Roads project, recovering asphalt roofing shingles for incorporation into
              roadways ($50,000).

4.     Architects Division: Contract with Colorado Carpet Center for installation of flooring at
       the Courthouse Annex ($32,550).

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 2 through 4. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

COMMISSIONERS DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

5.     Human Services Division: IMPACT Program requests for bid waivers for the Mental
       Health Center (with attached contracts)
       a.      Intensive Outpatient Specialists program ($158,700);
       b.      Home Based Services ($173,612.32);
       c.      Wraparound program ($97,448).

       Presenter:      Kit Thompson, Boulder County IMPACT

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

6      County Attorney’s Office: Resolution 2009-138, authorizing a one-time increase in
       mosquito control assessment for tax year 2009 to reconcile approved increase that was
       not collected for tax year 2008.

       Presenter:      Leslie Lacy, Assistant County Attorney




                                                                                          11/4/2009
                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

7.     Parks and Open Space Department: Request for a fee waiver for use of the Fairgrounds
       Exhibit Building on December 13 – 18 by LifeBridge Church, for the Kindness For Kids
       program ($1,187.50).

       Presenter:       Joe LaFollette, Fairgrounds Manager

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

8.     Aging Services Division: Recommendation for allocation of C1 (Congregate Nutrition)
       funds ($7,500).

       Presenter:       Sherry Leech, Aging Services Division Manager

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

9.     Land Use Department: Recommendation to correct the allowed square footage for the
       homestead lot through a Correction Plat process for Docket SD-94-31 (Poor NUPUD).

       Presenter:       Greg Oxenfeld, Land Use Department

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

Commissioners Matters

10.    Budget Office: 2009 Budget Adjustment Request from the Community Services
       Department ($8,385).

       Presenter:       Margaret Parish, Budget Officer




                                                                                    11/4/2009
                                          ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.


11.     Ratification of Commissioners’ 10/08/09 signatures on letters to Senators Udall and
        Bennet, and Representatives Polis and Perlmutter, and Commissioners’ 10/13/09
        signatures on a letter to President Obama regarding concerns about impacts of potential
        Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) action on local Property-Assessed Clean Energy
        (PACE) programs.

                                          ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 11. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

Administrative Matters

12.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 3:48 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                     11/4/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                      BOULDER COUNTY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Friday,
October 16, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 2:03 p.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

2:00 p.m.
PRESENTER: Budget Office
Public Hearing: County Offices and Departments 2010 Budget Requests (2:03 – 3:35)

1.      Mental Health

        Presenters:      Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                         Barbara Ryan, Boulder County Mental Health
                         Bruce Shaver, Chief Financial Officer, Boulder County Mental Health

        This item was for information only.

2.      Land Use

        Presenters:      Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                         Dale Case, Land Use Director

        This item was for information only.

3.      Administrative Services

        Presenters:      Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                         Keith Ickes, Administrative Services Director
                         Ron Diedrichson, Facilities Division

        This item was for information only.

4.      Recycling Center

        Presenter:       Keith Ickes, Administrative Services Director

        This item was for information only.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 3:35 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]



                                                                                          11/4/2009
                   MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                     BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
October 20, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:00 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

9:00 a.m.
PRESENTER: Budget Office
Public Hearing: County Offices and Departments 2010 Budget Requests (9:00 – 9:54)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

1.      Housing Department

        Presenters:     Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                        Frank Alexander, Housing and Human Services Director

        This item was for information only.

2.      Housing and Human Services

        Presenters:     Frank Alexander, Housing and Human Services Director

        This item was for information only.

11:00 a.m.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket SPR-09-0062 (Tawa-Desai Color Change Amendment); Request by the
applicant to appeal the Land Use Department Determination of a Site Plan Review to amend
Docket SPR-08-078 with new exterior siding colors. The proposed project is located in the
Agricultural Zoning District, at 4223 Eldorado Springs Drive, in Section 29, T1S, R70W. (11:00 –
12:11)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Robin Kerns, Land Use Department

        Present:        Ben Doyle, Assistant County Attorney




                                                                                        10/21/2009
        Speakers:       Allen Tawa, applicant
                        Nita Desai, applicant
                        Stephen Eckert, applicant’s architect
                        Brigitte Tawa, neighbor
                        Ann Posford, 7 Eldorado Springs Dr.
                        Glenny LeGendre, 4828 W. Moorehead Circle
                        Armant LeGendre, 4828 W. Moorehead Circle
                                                       th
                        Michael Sparkman, 8604 W. 75 Way



                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to uphold the applicants’ appeal of the Land Use Director’s
        determination. Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

[Note: At approximately 1:00 p.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

2:00 p.m.
Employee Benefits Workshop with Aon Consulting. (2:03 – 3:58)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Holly Costa, Treasurer’s Office
                        Bob Lamb, Finance Manager
                        Courtney S. Hutchison, AON Consulting
                        Patrick Sieber, AON Consulting
                        Trey Sarsfield, AON Consulting

        This item was for information only.

4:30 p.m.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket DC-09-0009 (Land Use Code Text Amendments – Article 10); Proposed text
amendments creating specific review criteria for right-of-way vacations in the Eldora Townsite and, if
proposed regulations are approved, a request for approval to rescind Resolutions 2007-121 & 2009-
47 (directing Land Use Director to not process applications for vacations in the Eldora Townsite), so
that applications can be processed under the proposed regulations once they are adopted / effective.
(4:33 – 6:05)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Gary Sanfacon, Land Use Department

        Present:        Leslie Lacy, Assistant County Attorney




                                                                                        10/21/2009
       Speakers:       Everett Colburn, 551 Washington Ave.
                       Peter Birkeland, 775 Klondyke
                                               th
                       Audrey Godell, 135 S. 8 , Eldora
                       Joe McDonald, 800 McIntire St.
                       Criss Platt, 750 Eldorado Ave.
                       Jim Martin, 255 Bryan
                       Ben Currier, 1901 W. Littleton Blvd., Littleton
                       Greg Massey, 2311 Eldora Rd.
                        Ann David, 436 Huron Ave.
                       Christopher Burton, 210 Eldorado
                       Mathias Thurmer, 765 Eldorado


                                              ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved to approve Docket #DC-09-0009, in accordance with
       staff recommendations, with additional modifications as discussed and contained within
       the official record. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

10:30 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
                                      (10:32 – 10:36)

NEW BUSINESS:
ITEMS TO NOTE FOR THE RECORD:

1.     Application to use the Courthouse Lawn from Reform Immigration for America, for an
       Immigration Reform Rally held Tuesday, October 13.

       Item No. 1 was noted for the record.

CONSENT ITEMS:

2.     Financial Services Division: Warrants Issued Report for September.

                                              ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 2. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

3.     Human Resources Division: Community Services Department request to lay off a
       grant-funded Program Specialist II position in Workforce Boulder County, based on
       the grant’s funding ending on November 30, 2009.

       Presenter:      B.J. Lambden, Human Resources Division




                                                                                     10/21/2009
                                           ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 3. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

4.      Parks & Open Space Department and Transportation Department: Recommendations
        for projects to receive Urban Drainage and Flood Control District funding.

        Presenter:       Dave Webster, Transportation Department

                                           ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 4. Commissioner Toor seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

5.      Withdrawn prior to hearing.

Commissioners Matters

6.      Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, October 21, as
        follows:
        a.       10:15 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
                 Legal Advice;
        b.       3:30 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                 24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

        Presenter:       Madeline Meacham, Chief Deputy County Attorney

                                           ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6a. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

                                           ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 6b. Commissioner Toor seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

Administrative Matters

7.      Scheduling and Communications.

        None.




                                                                                    10/21/2009
        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 6:05 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                10/21/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                    BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, October 22, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:18 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                           Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                           Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                           Will Toor, Commissioner

9:00 a.m.
PRESENTER: Budget Office
Public Hearing: County Offices and Departments 2010 Budget Requests (9:18 – 9:54)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

1.      Sheriff’s Office

        Presenters:        Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                           Joe Pelle, Boulder County Sheriff
                           Tom Shomaker, Sheriff’s Office

        This item was for information only.

11:00 a.m.
PRESENTER: Budget Office
Public Hearing: County Offices and Departments 2010 Budget Requests (11:03 -- 11:40)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

1.      Fair Board

        Presenter:         Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                           Richard Biella, Boulder County Fair Board President

        This item was for information only.

2.      Parks & Open Space

        Presenters:        Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                           Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Department Director

        This item was for information only.

2:00 p.m.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket SE-09-0018 (Arrasmith Lot Recognition); Subdivision Exemption to
recognize Lots 17-20 of Block 14, Niwot, as two legal building lots. The proposed property is



                                                                                          11/4/2009
located in the Niwot Rural Community District II Zoning District, at 471 Franklin Street, west of
and adjacent to Franklin Street between 4th & 5th Avenues, Niwot, in Section 25, T2N, R70W.
(2:03 – 2:18)
        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Hannah Hippely, Land Use Department

        Present:        Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

        Speakers:       Steve Arrasmith, applicant

                                             ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to approved Docket #SE-09-0018, in accordance with staff
        recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
        discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.


[Note: At approximately 2:30 p.m., the Board held administrative meetings in the Small
Conference Room.]

3:00 p.m.
PRESENTER: Commissioners’ Office
Employee of the Month Award for October. (3:07 – 3:15)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

In a ceremony held in the Commissioners’ Hearing Room, Brent Bradford was named employee
of the month for October. The employee of the month received a certificate, a lapel pin, and a
check for $200. There is no tape of this event as it was held offsite.

10:00 a.m.

                                      BUSINESS MEETING
                                        (10:06 – 10:19)
                                        (10:31 – 10:42)


OLD BUSINESS:
PARKS AND OPEN SPACE DEPARTMENT:

1.      Parks & Open Space Department: Steen CE II / Murphy (Rene) Property; County
        proposes to purchase approximately 10.5 acres of land located east of the Town of
        Jamestown, approximately 5 acres of land located south of the townsite of Caribou,
        and a conservation easement interest over approximately 131.6 acres of land located
        east of the Town of Gold Hill. Tabled from 10/8/09. (10:06 -- 10:19)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.




                                                                                          11/4/2009
       Presenters:     Jim Daus, Parks and Open Space Department

       Speakers:       None

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved to approve the purchase as described and with modifications
       and conditions as discussed in hearing and contained within the official record.
       Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

10:30 a.m.

NEW BUSINESS:
HOUSING AUTHORITY CONSENT ITEMS:

2.     Housing Authority: Amendment to the Housing Crisis Prevention Project agreement
       with the Department of Housing and Human Services to increase funding ($300,000).

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 2. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

COMMISSIONERS CONSENT ITEMS:

3.     Housing and Human Services Department: Amendment to the Housing Crisis Prevention
       Project agreement with the Housing Authority to increase funding ($300,000).Same
       document as in Item #2, needs to be approved by the Housing Authority Board and the
       Board of County Commissioners.

4.     Workforce Boulder County: Renewal of the grant-funded lease agreement with Colorado
       Industrial Portfolio LLC for office space at 1500 Kansas Avenue in Longmont ($427,680 for 5
       years).

5.     Transportation Department: Grant-funded agreement with the Colorado Department of
                                                                         rd                    th
       Transportation for construction of a bike/pedestrian trail from 83 Street in Niwot to 95
       Street in Longmont ($431,000), with Resolution 2009-141 approving the agreement.

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 3 through 5. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

COMMISSIONERS DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

6.     County Attorney’s Office: Employee Legal Representation Agreement with Peter
       Arguello.


                                                                                          11/4/2009
     Presenter:     Madeline Meacham, Chief Deputy County Attorney

                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Toor seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

7.   Resource Conservation Division: Letter Agreement with the Town of Erie regarding
     the Town’s contribution to construction of a Hazardous Materials Management Facility
     ($10,720).

                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Domenico seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

8.   Land Use Department: Request for an additional one-year extension to complete the post-
     approval requirements for Docket SE-07-012 (Bender / Nemeth BLA).

     Presenter:     Hannah Hippely, Land Use Department

                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Toor seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

9.   Parks & Open Space Department:
     a.     G.E.M. Holdings LLC request for an extension of the Option to Terminate the
            Conservation Easement over Outlots A & B of the Lane Farms NUPUD;
     b.     Proposed donation of a Conservation Easement by Justin L. McClure (3.6 acres
            located near the Town of Ward).

     Presenter:     Jen Dziuvenis, Parks and Open Space Department
                    Jim Daus, Parks and Open Space Department

                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 9a. Commissioner Toor seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

                                        ACTION

     Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9b. Commissioner Domenico seconded
     the motion.

     VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.



                                                                                   11/4/2009
10.     Assessor’s Office: Report concerning 2009 Real and Personal Property Valuations and
        Appeals.

        Presenter:       Jerry Roberts, County Assessor

        This item was for information only.

Administrative Matters

11.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 3:15 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                    11/4/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                    BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
October 27, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:02 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair (excused all day)
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

9:00 a.m.
PRESENTER: Budget Office
Public Hearing: County Offices and Departments 2010 Budget Requests: (9:02 – 9:47)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

1.      Transportation Department and Fleet Services:

        Presenters:     Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                        George Gerstle, Transportation Director
                        Dan Hershman, Fleet Road Maintenance Division Manager

        This item was for information only.

10:00 a.m.
PRESENTER: Budget Office
Public Hearing: County Offices and Departments 2010 Budget Requests: (10:05 – 10:19)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

1.      Commissioners’ Office

        Presenters:     Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                        Jana Petersen, Administrative Deputy

        This item was for information only.

11:00 a.m.
PRESENTER: Budget Office
Public Hearing: County Offices and Departments 2010 Budget Requests -- Assessor, District
Attorney. (11:02 – 11:45)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.




                                                                                        10/27/2009
1.      Assessor’s Office

        Presenters:      Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                         Jerry Roberts, County Assessor

        This item was for information only.

2.      District Attorney’s Office:

        Presenters:      Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                         Stan Garnet, District Attorney
                         Catherine Olguin, District Attorney’s Office

        This item was for information only.

2:00 p.m.
PRESENTER: Department of Housing and Human Services(2:01 – 2:49)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

1.      Monthly meeting with the Board of County Commissioners sitting as the Board of Human
        Services (see separate agenda)

        The Board of Commissioners convened as the Board of Human Services to conduct the
        Human Services Monthly Board Meeting, whereupon it reconvened as the Board of
        County Commissioners. This meeting is tape recorded, but minutes of the proceedings
        are kept separately by the Human Services Department staff, a copy of which may be
        found in the agenda file pertaining to this date’s proceedings.

2.      Monthly meeting with the Board of County Commissioners sitting as the Boulder County
        Housing Authority (see separate agenda)

        The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority Board to conduct the
        Housing Authority Monthly Board Meeting, whereupon it reconvened as the Board of
        County Commissioners.

        Presenters:      Frank Alexander, Housing Authority Director

        Mr. Alexander presented the Board with monthly Director’s, Finance, Property
        Management, Section 8: HCV Program, Development and Rehabilitation, and Resident
        Services reports and updates. The Board took the following actions:

                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to adopt Resolution #2009-47, awarding RFP 5189-09-LIHTC
        Audit Services. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.




                                                                                      10/27/2009
                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to adopt Resolution #2009-48, awarding RFP 5186-09-LIHTC
        Legal Counsel. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to adopt Resolution #2009-44, for the purpose of setting the
        payment standard for residents with Boulder County Housing Authority Section 8
        vouchers. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved to adopt Resolution #2009-45, to submit an application for the
        Family Unification Program. Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 2009-46, revising the Boulder County
        Housing Authority Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Administrative Plan.
        Commissioner Pearlman seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.

3:15 p.m.
PRESENTER: Land Use Department
Public Hearing: Docket LU-08-012 Boulder County Parks & Open Space (Rock Creek
Restoration); Limited Impact Special Use Review for 2,657 cu.yds. of grading to repair stream
banks, channel erosion, and restore riparian habitat for Rock Creek on Boulder County Open
Space. The proposed project is located in the Agricultural Zoning District, at 3475 McCaslin
Boulevard, in Section 36, T1S, R70W. (3:15 – 3:31)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:     Summer Adamietz, Land Use Department

        Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

        Speakers:       None




                                                                                       10/27/2009
                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #LU-08-012, in accordance with staff
       recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
       discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.

10:30 a.m.

                                    BUSINESS MEETING
                                      (10:30 – 10:39)
                                       (4:04 – 4:10)

NEW BUSINESS:
HOUSING AUTHORITY CONSENT ITEMS:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Items No. 1 through 3, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

1.     Housing Authority: Resolution 2009-49, to award RFQ #5215-09 Electrical Service
       Contractors for Longs Peak Energy Conservation Home Rehabilitation Programs
       (Sturgeon Electric, Facility Solutions Group, McKusker Electric).

2.     Housing Authority:
       a.     Contract with City of Boulder for housing counseling services ($28,000 revenue);
       b.     Contract renewal with Boulder Housing Partners for Family Self-Sufficiency
              public housing case management services (grant-funded).

3.     Longs Peak Energy Conservation: Amendment to the continuing services contract
       with Lawton Energy Saving Solutions to add required Davis Bacon Act language.

                                          ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 1 through 3. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.

COMMISSIONERS CONSENT ITEMS:

4.     Parks & Open Space Department: Award of RFP #5204-09, Maintenance of Rental
       Houses, to the lowest most responsible bidders Common Area Maintenance Services
       (southern Boulder County) and Preventive Maintenance (northern Boulder County).

5.     Human Services Division: Contract with Suzanne Pinto Ph.D. for psychological
       assessments (not to exceed $45,000).

6.     Transportation Department: Contract with L&M Enterprises Inc. for construction of the
       4-Mile Creek bikeway connection ($394,767.17).




                                                                                      10/27/2009
                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 4 through 6. Commissioner Pearlman
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.

COMMISSIONERS DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

7.     County Attorney’s Office:
       a.     Resolution 2009-139, assessing costs for Round Two of Clean Energy Options
              Local Improvement District funding;
       b.     Resolution 2009-140, authorizing issuance of Special Assessment Bonds for the
              Clean Energy Options LID, Round Two.

       Presenter:       Pat Mayne, Chief Deputy County Attorney

       These items were held over for consideration later in the day.

[Note: At approximately 4:04 p.m., the Board reconvened the Business Meeting to further
consider Item No. 7. At which time they took the following actions.]

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7a. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 7b. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.

Commissioners Matters

8.     Budget Office: 2009 Budget Adjustment Requests
       a.     Information Technology Division ($330,000), with attached fiber optic lease
              agreement with Boulder Valley School District ($300,000);
       b.     County Attorney’s Office ($6,754).

       Presenter:       Margaret Parish, Budget Officer

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.




                                                                                     10/27/2009
9.    Budget Office: 2009 Budget Adjustment in Capital Outlay for the Assessor’s Office
      ($9,560).

      Presenter:     Margaret Parish, Budget Officer
                     Cindy Braddock, GIS Deputy, Assessor’s Office
                     Mike Harlan, Information Technology, Division Manager

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.

10.   Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session on Wednesday, October 28, as
      follows:
      a.       10:15 a.m. with Larry Hoyt, County Attorney, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
               Legal Advice;
      b.       1:00 p.m. with David Hughes, County Attorney’s Office, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b)
               Legal Advice to discuss issues related to the Land Use Code update process;
      c.       3:45 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
               24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

      Presenter:     Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10a for the purpose of discussing issues
      regarding Land Use docket site visits, two separate employment matters from two
      different County offices, and a transit funding issue. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
      the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10b. Commissioner Pearlman
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.

                                         ACTION

      Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 10c. Commissioner Pearlman
      seconded the motion.

      VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.




                                                                                   10/27/2009
Administrative Matters

11.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

Items Amended to the Agenda:

12.     Commissioners’ Office: Resignation of Barb Halpin from the Resource Conservation
        Advisory Board and the appointment of Ann Livingston to fill that vacant position.

        Presenter:       Carrie Haverfield, Commissioners’ Staff

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 12. Commissioner Pearlman seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, excused; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 2-0.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 4:10 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                     10/27/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                    BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, October 29, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:02 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair (arrived at 9:17 a.m.)
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

9:00 a.m.
PRESENTER: Budget Office
Public Hearing: Boulder County 2010 Budget (9:02 – 9:19)

Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory or
regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Margaret Parish, Budget Officer

        Speakers:        Dick Piland, 7205 Gold Nugget Dr., Niwot

        This item was for information only.

11:00 a.m.
Commissioners sit as the Board of Equalization to consider the referees’ recommendations for
2009 property valuation appeals
(11:03 – 11:12)

        Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
        or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

        Presenters:      Maraya Brooks, Appeals Coordinator
                         Mike Koertje, Assistant County Attorney
                         Jerry Roberts, County Assessor

        Speakers:        None

                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved to approve the Referees’ recommendations on all
        counts with the exception of Property I.D. # R0052749 which is to be reclassified as an
        Agricultural classification with the appropriate valuation. Commissioner Toor seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

10:30 a.m.

                                      BUSINESS MEETING
                                        (10:31 – 10:39)



                                                                                         10/29/2009
NEW BUSINESS:
ITEMS TO NOTE FOR THE RECORD:

1.      Application to use the Courthouse Lawn from Michael Pinter, for a Christmas tuba
        concert Saturday, December 12.

        Item No. 1 was noted for the record.

CONSENT ITEMS:

2.      Parks & Open Space Department: Letter of appreciation to Tracy M. Spencer for the
        donation of a Conservation Easement.

3.      Transportation Department: Application to the Colorado Petroleum Storage Tank
        Fund for reimbursement of ground water monitoring expenses from the 2004 fuel
        release at the Alaska Avenue facility.

                                               ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 2 and 3. Commissioner Toor
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

4.      Human Resources Division: Department of Housing and Human Services request for a
        grant-funded position supporting the Healthy Kids project, with attached Memorandum
        of Understanding with Clinica Campesina.

        Presenters:      Dana Garrod, Human Resources Division
                         Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                               ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 4. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

[Note: Following all other items, the Board returned to Item No. 4 to take the following action
sitting as the Board of Human Services.]

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Board of Human Services for the purpose of
considering the following Item No. 4, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:




                                                                                         10/29/2009
                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 4. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

5.      County Attorney’s Office: Request for the Board, acting as the Board of Equalization,
        to approve filing an amicus petition to the Colorado Supreme Court in Gerganoff v.
        Board of Assessment Appeals and Jefferson County Board of Equalization.

        Presenter:       Mike Koertje, Assistant County Attorney

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 5. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

6.      Parks & Open Space Department: Grant application to the Colorado State Parks
        State Trails Program for the Betasso / Benjamin Trail Expansion Project ($130,000).

        Presenter:       Bridget McCarthy, Parks and Open Space Department

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 6. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

Commissioners Matters

7.      Resolution 2009-142, proclaiming November as Adoption Awareness Month in Boulder
        County.

        Presenter:       Gabriel Bernier, Housing and Human Services

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Toor seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

Administrative Matters

8.      Scheduling and Communications.


        None




                                                                                       10/29/2009
        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 11:12 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




                                                                                10/29/2009
                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                    BOULDER COUNTY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on Tuesday,
November 3, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 10:33 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

[Note: At approximately 10:00 a.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

[Note: At approximately 11:00 a.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]

11:30 a.m.
PUBLIC COMMENT: Members of the public may address the County Commissioners on any
county related issue. (11:30 – 11:42)

        Speakers:       Johanna Hurley, 7000 Sunshine Canyon
                        Cynthia Stephens, 7400 Sunshine Canyon
                        David Levin, 96 Artesian, Eldorado Springs

        Ms. Hurley and Ms. Stephens spoke regarding their desire to pave a section of Sunshine
        Canyon Rd. Mr. Levin addressed the Board regarding concerns about the Eldorado
        Springs Wastewater Treatment System.

[Note: At approximately 1:30 p.m., the Board held interviews for Planning Commission applicants
in their Small Conference Room.]

10:30 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
                                       (10:33 – 10:38)

NEW BUSINESS:
HOUSING AUTHORITY CONSENT ITEMS:

The Board of Commissioners convened as the Housing Authority for the purpose of considering
the following Items No. 1 and 2, after which the Board reconvened as the Board of County
Commissioners:

1.      Housing Authority: Agreement with the City of Longmont for housing counseling services
        ($25,000 revenue).

2.      Longs Peak Energy Conservation: Amendments to continuing services contracts to add
        required Davis Bacon Act language
        a.      Montgomery Insulation;
        b.      Advanced Air Sealing.



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                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 1 and 2. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

COMMISSIONERS CONSENT ITEMS:

3.     County Attorney’s Office: Resolution 2009-144, approving Docket DC-09-0009 (Land
       Use Code Text Amendments – Vacations within Eldora Townsite).

4.     Transportation Department: Award of Bid #5219-09, 2009 Guardrail Project, to the
       lowest most responsible bidder Adarand Constructors ($142,467.50).

5.     Facilities Management Division: Memorandum of Understanding with Clinica Family
       Health Services for building maintenance & operations ($142,844 revenue).

6.     Community Services Department: Memorandum of Understanding with the Boulder Valley
       School District for the Healthy Youth Alliance Gateway Drugs Peer Education Program
       ($33,849 grant funds).

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Items No. 3 through 6. Commissioner Domenico
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

COMMISSIONERS DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Commissioners Matters

7.     Request from the Food & Agriculture Policy Council for funding to participate in a Tri-
       County Regional Food Systems Assessment with Larimer and Weld Counties (Boulder
       County share $6,000).

       Presenters:      Adrian Card, Colorado State University Extension

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 7. Commissioner Toor seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

8.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session at noon on Thursday, November
       5, with members of the County Attorney’s Office, pursuant to CRS 24-6-402(4)(b) Legal
       Advice to discuss issues related to the Jablonksi Settlement Proposal and the RTJ
       Properties matter.

       Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney




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                                         ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

Administrative Matters

9.      Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 11:42 a.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]




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                  MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                   BOULDER COUNTY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2009

        The Board of County Commissioners of Boulder County met in regular session in full
conformity with the law and resolution of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Office
of the Board of County Commissioners, Third Floor, Courthouse, Boulder, Colorado, on
Thursday, November 5, 2009.

        The meeting was called to order at approximately 9:49 a.m. by Chair Pearlman with the
following present:

                                         Ben Pearlman, Chair
                                         Cindy Domenico, Vice Chair
                                         Will Toor, Commissioner

9:45 a.m.
PRESENTER: Community Services Department
Public Meeting: Head Start monthly report (9:49 – 10:58)

        Presenter:       Maria Harper, Boulder County Head Start Division Manager

        This item was for information only.

11:00 a.m.
PRESENTER: Parks and Open Space Department (11:02 – 11:20)

1.      Public Hearing: Sadar Property; County proposes to purchase approximately 48 acres of
        land located in the northeast corner of Hygiene Road and North 61st Street

        Presenter:       Mel Stonebraker, Parks and Open Space Department

                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 1 as proposed and discussed in
        hearing. Commissioner Toor seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

2.      Public Hearing: Russell-Anderson-Schmidt Open Space / Kelly Conservation Easement
        Property / LoBo Trail Land Exchange; County proposes to exchange approximately 1,798
        sq.ft. of open space for 898 sq.ft. of land needed for the Longmont to Boulder Trail and a
        monetary consideration, located east of and adjacent to the Diagonal Highway between
        Plateau Road and Oxford Road

        Presenter:       Ellen Flannelly, Parks and Open Space Department

                                              ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 2 as proposed and discussed in hearing.
        Commissioner Domenico seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

[Note: At approximately 11:30 a.m., the Board held administrative meetings in their Small
Conference Room.]




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1:00 p.m.
PRESENTER: Budget Office
Public Meeting: Budget Office and Commissioners’ Office 2010 Budget Work Session
(1:01 – 2:24)

       Legal notice was published in the newspaper of record in accordance with the statutory
       or regulatory requirements pertaining to this matter.

       Presenters:     Margaret Parish, Budget Officer

       The Board outlined their budgetary decisions for 2010 with official action to come at a
       future meeting of the Board.

10:00 a.m.

                                     BUSINESS MEETING
                                        (9:59 – 10:10)
                                       (10:30 – 10:35)

OLD BUSINESS:
LAND USE ITEMS:

1.     PRESENTER: Land Use Department
       Public Hearing: Docket SE-09-0017 (City of Longmont CFLS); Subdivision Exemption for a
       Community Facility Lot Split to allow one 72.3-acre parcel to be split into three parcels of 6.4
       acres, 24.8 acres, and 41.1 acres. The proposed property is located in the Agricultural (A)
       Zoning District at 8961 Rogers Road, approximately 200 feet north of Rogers Road and 0.5
       mile east of Airport Road, in Section 05, T2N, R69W. (9:59 – 10:10)

       Presenter:      Hannah Hippely, Land Use Department

       Present:        Barbara Andrews, Assistant County Attorney

       Speakers:       Rosi Dennett, 2665 Smuggler’s Place
                       Barb Brunk, applicant’s representative

                                            ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved to approve Docket #SE-09-0017, in accordance with staff
       recommendations, commitments of record by applicant and with additional conditions as
       discussed and contained within the official record. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

10:30 a.m.

NEW BUSINESS:
HOUSING AUTHORITY CONSENT ITEMS:

2.     Longs Peak Energy Conservation: Continuing services contract renewals
       a.     Fashion Carpet;       b.      Freedom Fire Protection;
       c.     AA Plumbing;          d.      New Windows For America;
       e.     Roof Check, Inc;      f.      Custom Environmental Services;
       g.     Keene Concrete;       h.      Lenny’s HVAC Service.




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3.     Longs Peak Energy Conservation: Renewal of the contract with City of Boulder for
       neighborhood energy sweeps ($25,000 revenue).

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 1 through 3. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

COMMISSIONERS CONSENT ITEMS:

4.     County Attorney’s Office:
       a.     Resolution 2009-143, conditionally approving Docket SE-09-0018 (Arrasmith Lot
              Recognition);
       b.     Resolution 2009-145, conditionally approving Docket LU-08-012 (Parks and
              Open Space / Rock Creek Restoration).
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5.     Transportation Department: Award of Bid #5210-09, Highway 119 & North 63 Street Multi-
       Modal Intersection Project, to the lowest most responsible bidder Scott Contracting
       ($2,354,857.65).

6.     Facilities Management Division: Contract with Winston Corporation for the Fairgrounds
       indoor arena roof coating ($48,333).

7.     Parks and Open Space Department:
       a.     Option Letter (Zimdahl property);
       b.     Purchase Agreement, Mechanic’s Lien Letter (Heafer property);
       c.     Option Letter (Vicklund property).

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Items No. 4 through 7. Commissioner Toor
       seconded the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

COMMISSIONERS DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

8.     Parks and Open Space Department:
       a.     Grant application to the Colorado Historical Society for funding to research and write a
              National Register of Historic Places nomination for the Cardinal Mill ($4,350);
       b.     Proposed amendments to the Platte River Power Authority’s permanent and temporary
              construction easements on the Montgomery Farm Open Space

       Presenter:      Carol Beam, Parks and Open Space Department (8a)
                       Ellen Flannelly, Parks and Open Space Department (8b)

                                           ACTION

       Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8a. Commissioner Domenico seconded
       the motion.

       VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.


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                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 8b. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

Commissioners Matters

9.      Ratification of the Board’s approval of the Boulder County Analysis of the Federal Guidelines
        Regarding Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Financing.

        Presenter:       Larry Hoyt, County Attorney

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Toor moved approval of Item No. 9. Commissioner Domenico seconded
        the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

10.     Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session at on Monday, November 9, as
        follows:
        a.       3:15 p.m. with Barbara Andrews, County Attorney’s Office, pursuant to CRS 24-6-
                 402(4)(b) Legal Advice to discuss issues related to the Land Use Code update
                 process;
        b.       3:45 p.m. with Ron Stewart, Parks and Open Space Director, pursuant to CRS
                 24-6-402(4)(a) Real or Personal Property Acquisitions and Sales.

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 10a. Commissioner Toor
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

                                            ACTION

        Commissioner Domenico moved approval of Item No. 10b. Commissioner Toor
        seconded the motion.

        VOTE:PEARLMAN, aye; DOMENICO, aye; TOOR, aye. Motion carried 3-0.

Administrative Matters

11.     Scheduling and Communications.

        None.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and passed unanimously, this meeting was adjourned
by the Commissioners at approximately 2:24 p.m.

________________________________
Deputy Clerk to the Board

[Note: All documents referred to in these Minutes of Commissioners’ Proceedings are on
file and may be reviewed in the Office of the Boulder County Commissioners.]



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