Routt County Board Of County Commissioners meeting agendas for June 29 and 30 |

Routt County Board Of County Commissioners meeting agendas for June 29 and 30

Monday, June 29

Work Session

10:30 a.m. Energy roundtable meeting

Commissioners will travel to Craig for an energy roundtable hosted by Congressman Scott Tipton at the Colorado Northwest Community College.

2 p.m. Manager update

Tom Sullivan, county manager

3 p.m. Legal update

John Merrill, county attorney

3:30 p.m. Accounting

Dan Strnad, director

• Discussion regarding a 2015 supplemental personnel budget resolution for the treasurer’s department.

4 p.m. Meeting adjourned

Tuesday, June 30

Regular meeting

9 a.m. Congressman Scott Tipton

Commissioners will meet with Tipton to discuss various issues.

10:30 a.m. Call to order

A. Pledge Of Allegiance

B. Approval of accounts payable, manual warrants and payroll

C. 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.

A. Approval of county commissioners minutes: Regular meeting of June 1, 2015.

B. Approval to recommend to the Honorable Michael O’Hara the appointment of the following individuals as Routt County’s representatives to the 14th Judicial District Juvenile Services Planning Committee:

• Nancy Smith, Routt County DHS

• Mick Hale, at large

•Tom Gangel, Mind Springs Mental Health

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.

10:55 a.m. Accounting

Dan Strnad, director

Consideration to approve and sign a resolution for the 2015 supplemental personnel budget for the treasurer’s department.

11 a.m. County manager

Tom Sullivan, county manager

• Consideration to reduce staffing at the Communications Center by 1 FTE by eliminating the administrative assistant III position effective Jan. 1, 2016.

• Consideration to approve and authorize the chair to sign a letter of understanding with the Austin Peters Group for organization assessment of the Routt County Building, Planning, and Environmental Health departments at a cost not to exceed $2,700.

11:30 a.m. Purchase of Development Right Board

Clair Sollars, chair

• Consideration to approve the funding of PDR project 174, Flying Diamond Ranch, in the total amount of $625,000, and authorization to sign the agreement concerning conservation easement between Routt County and Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Noon lunch break

1 p.m. Assessor

Gary Peterson, assessor

A. Abatements: Consideration to approve or deny the following petitions for abatement or refunds of taxes:

• Carollo Co.

• Jacobsen, Wayne

• Caragol, Stephen

• Mountain Meadows Preserve, LLC

2:30 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 — or as 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, please call the commissioners office at 970-879-0108 to assure that we can meet your needs. Please notify us 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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