County Commissioners Nov. 4 meeting agenda
This is the agenda for the Garfield County Commissioners meeting on Monday, Nov. 4, at Courthouse Plaza, 108 8th St., Room 100, Glenwood Springs.8:00 a.m. Public comment8:15 a.m. Work session 1. County Manager Update: Ed Green a. Employee of the Month: Dee Difeo – Sheriff’s Department b. Proclamation for Garfield County 4-H Week – Nori Pearce c. RFTA funding request for 2003 budget ($25,000) – Dan Blankenship d. CCOERA Deferred Compensation Plan and EGTRRA – Judy Osman e. Request from Employee of the Month Committee to increase monthly award from $50 to $75 and to increase yearly award from $100 to $125 – Judy Osman f. & g. Out-of-state travel requests h. Town of Carbondale request for $10,000 for improvements to the intersection of State Highways 133 and 82. i. Report on trip to Buffalo for KVS system upgrades – Lois Hybarger j. Award of Smart Growth Grant and consideration of matching funds in the amount of $50,000 – Randy Russell k. Award bid to Vision Security for installing two new zoned fire alarm systems in the amount of $20,658 – Ed Green 2. County Attorney Update: Don DeFord a. Consideration and authorization to sign Resolution Vacating Portions of a public road right of way otherwise known as County Road 106 or Front Street. Petitioner: Michael Alsdorf b. Consideration and authorization to sign PUC stipulation and settlement agreement c. Discussion re: Authority to control noise d. Executive Session: Litigation Update 3. Commissioner Report: 4. Consent Agenda a. Approve Bills b. Authorize Chairman to sign Xcel Energy/Public Service Company Special Use Permit and Special Use Resolution c. Sign Williams Energy Division Orders d. Sign mylar for Amended Final Plat of Lot A7, Aspen Glen Filing 1. Owner: Jeffrey Beinstein. e. Sign contract amendment for the Colorado Heritage Planning Grant f. Authorize the Chairman to sign Mineral Lease allocations to municipalities10:00 a.m. Break10:15 a.m. Regular Agenda: 1. Public Hearings a. 2002 Budget Amendment 2. Public Meetings a. Stand-alone compressor update and testimony regarding compressors: Sid Lindauer b. Authorization for Chairman to sign and direction to Clerk and Recorder to record 2nd Amended Prehm Ranch exemption plat and amended plat of lot 22, Westbank Ranch Planned Development Subdivision, Filing No. 1 c. Authorization for County Attorney to sign motion to dismiss claims pursuant to Stipulation of Settlement in BOCC et. al. v. Marlin, et. al. d. Direction to Clerk and Recorder to record Resolution No. 2002-93 e. Discussion of City of Glenwood Springs Transportation Commission Noon Lunch1:00 p.m. Public comment1:15 p.m. Regular Agenda: building and planning issues 1. Public Hearings a. McKee subdivision exemption b. Tamurello North subdivision exemption 2. Public Meetings a. Consideration of an annexation proposal by the City of Glenwood Springs to annex the Red Feather Ridge subdivision.2:30 p.m. Break2:45 p.m. regular Agenda (continued)3:45 p.m. AdjournmentNext meeting: Tuesday, Nov. 12
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