Routt County Board Of County Commissioners meeting agenda for Tuesday, May 26 |

Routt County Board Of County Commissioners meeting agenda for Tuesday, May 26

Monday, May 25

The board of commissioners’ regular Monday work session is cancelled for Memorial Day.

Tuesday, May 26

Regular meeting

10:30 a.m. Call to order

• Pledge of Allegiance

• Approval of accounts payable, manual warrants and payroll

• Items of note from the previous day’s work session

10:35 a.m. Consent agenda items

Items of routine and non-controversial nature are placed on the consent agenda to allow the board of commissioners to spend its time and energy on more important items on a lengthy agenda. Any commissioner may request that an item be pulled from the consent agenda and considered separately. Any member of the public may request any item to be pulled from the consent agenda.

• Approval of county commissioners minutes: Regular meeting of May 18, 2015.

• Approval of the state human service electronic benefit transfer in the amount of $215,623.81 through March 2015.

• Approval of and authorization to sign the child care services fiscal agreement between Routt County and Truie Goldey for the period May 18, 2015, through Dec. 31, 2015.

10:40 a.m. Consideration of items pulled from the consent agenda

10:45 a.m. Public comment

Public comment will be heard on any item except quasi-judicial land use items. County commissioners will take public comment under consideration but will not make any decision or take action at this time.

11 a.m. Museum and Heritage Advisory Board

Pete Wither, chair

A. Capacity building grant applications — Spring cycle

• Hahn’s Peak Area Historical Society — Outhouse replacement

• Hayden Heritage Center — Museum east courtyard

11:30 a.m. Purchasing

Tim Winter, director

• Overlay project

Consideration to approve and authorize the chair to sign a notice of award and associated contract documents to Elam Construction for an amount not to exceed $3,065,473.00.

• Gunn Creek culvert

Consideration to approve and authorization for the chair to sign a notice of award and associated contract documents for Gunn Creek culvert replacement to Anson Excavation for an amount not to exceed $298,946.50.

11:50 a.m. Legal

John Merrill, county attorney

• Executive session

Executive session to be requested under C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(4)(b) conference with the county attorney to discuss 2014 audit letter and consideration for authorization to release draft to auditor.

Noon Lunch break

1 p.m. Purchase of Development Rights Board

Claire Sollars, chair

• PDR project 176

Consideration to accept the PDR board’s recommendation to approve Tier II documents related to PDR project 176 and direct staff to place the project on the commissioners’ agenda for funding approval, noting that all Tier II criteria has been met.

1:30 p.m. Planning

Chad Phillips, director

• School district facilities planning presentation

Presentation of Facilities Master Plan from Steamboat School District RE-2.

• Windwalker Ranch

Consideration of a waterbody setback permit and special-use permit for 9-hole golf course at Windwalker Ranch to be rescheduled to June 9, 2015, at 5:30 p.m.

5:35 p.m. Meeting adjourned

All regular meetings are open to the public unless otherwise noted. All meetings will be held in the Routt County Historic Courthouse — 522 Lincoln Ave., Hearing Room, Steamboat Springs — unless otherwise noted. All programs, services and activities of Routt County are operated in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you need a special accommodation as a result of a disability, call the Commissioners Office at 970-879-0108 to assure your needs can be met. Notify the office of your request as soon as possible prior to the scheduled event. Routt County uses the Relay Colorado service. Dial 711 or TDD 970-870-5444.

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