Meeting details

Board of County Commissioners

Held at: Centennial Hall Auditorium

Tuesday, 07/23/2019

From 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Participants
Name Function
Mark Waller Chair
Cami Bremer Commissioners
Longinos Gonzalez Commissioners
Stan VanderWerf Commissioners
Holly Williams Commissioners
Meeting files:
Legend:
Agenda
Private minutes
Agenda item details
Voting details
Video link

Minutes

Invocation
Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America
Staff Emergency Items
Changes/Postponements/Notice of Next Meeting
Comments by Elected Officials and Commissioner Liaison Report(s)
Community Service Organization Reports
Consent Calendar
a.
Issuance of two (2) Ambulance Permits to Ambulnz Inc.
motion carried
548/2019
b.
Request to approve appointment to the El Paso County Juvenile Community Review Board.
motion carried
575/2019
c.
Resolution declaring the intent of El Paso County, Colorado to issue tax-exempt multifamily housing revenue bonds for the Barnes and Medical View Apartments Project.
motion carried
569/2019
d.
Resolution declaring the intent of El Paso County, Colorado to issue tax-exempt multifamily housing revenue bonds for the Winfield Apartments Project.
motion carried
570/2019
e.
Report on public hearing with respect to proposed Arizona industrial development authority charter school revenue bonds / public approval certificate.
motion carried
571/2019
f.
Resolution for authorization of petty cash for budget year 2019.
motion carried
574/2019
g.
Resolution to recognize revenue and appropriate expenditures in the amount of $711.00 from 7-Eleven, Inc. to the Sheriff’s Office 2019 Budget.
motion carried
560/2019
h.
Resolution to recognize revenue and appropriate expenditures in the amount of $80,000.00 from the Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians to the Sheriff’s Office 2019 Budget.
motion carried
561/2019
i.
Resolution to recognize revenue and appropriate expenditures in the amount of $71,450.00 from the State of Colorado, Colorado Department of Public Safety, through the Beating Auto Theft Through Law Enforcement Grant Program (BATTLE) to the Sheriff’s Office 2019 Budget.
motion carried
568/2019
j.
Resolution to recognize the donation of a 2019 Polaris RZR Utility Vehicle (UTV) to the Sheriff’s Office Reserve Unit.
motion carried
573/2019
k.
Resolution to recognize revenue and appropriate expenditures in the amount of $458,977.00 from the State of Colorado Department of Local Affairs, Division of Local Government to the Sheriff’s Office and the Fourth Judicial District Attorney’s Office 2019 Budgets.
motion carried
572/2019
l.
Resolution to Accept a Quitclaim Deed Associated with the Monument Hill Road Safety Improvements Project.
motion carried
563/2019
m.
Resolutions to cancel mobile home taxes (2016-2017), state assessed taxes (2017), personal property taxes (2013-2017) and possessory interest taxes (2013-2017 as provided by C.R.S. 39-10-114 (F) (2) (a).
motion carried
564/2019
n.
Resolution to cancel uncollectable real estate property taxes (1989-2004) as provided by C.R.S. 39-10-114 (F) (2) (b).
motion carried
566/2019
o.
Summary presentation of receipts and expenditures for period of January 1, 2019 through June 30, 2019.
motion carried
567/2019
p.
Approval of the 2019-2020 Core Services Program Plan for the El Paso County Department of Human Services.
motion carried
584/2019
q.
Proclamation recognizing the Retirement of Shirley Cooke from El Paso County Financial Services.
motion carried
587/2019
Procurement and Contracts Consent Calendar
r.1.
Contract Amendment #6 and Change Order to HDR Engineering, Inc. for design services for Highway105 Project B-E segment from Lake Woodmoor Drive to Highway 83 for the Department of Public Works, Engineering Division at a cost not to exceed $860,624.90. (CON#10-076)
motion carried
565/2019
r.2.
Contract Amendment #1 and Change Order to Front Range Arborists, Inc. for Black Forest Regional Park Forest Restoration and Thinning Project for the Community Services Department. Change Order amount is not to exceed $123,300.00. (CON# 19-019)
motion carried
583/2019
r.3.
Contract Amendment #2 and Change Order to WaterVation, PLLC (WaterVation) for Civil Engineering Design Services for the Fountain Creek Channel Stabilization Project at Riverside Mobile Home Park for the Public Works Department / Engineering Division at a cost not to exceed $148,106.00. (CON 18-037)
motion carried
585/2019
Ceremonial Resolutions and Proclamations
8.
Proclamation remembering the Korean War.
motion carried
549/2019
9.
Proclamation Advocating for U.S. Space Command to be located in El Paso County.
motion carried
588/2019
Called-up Consent Calendar
Land Use Regular Items
11.
Rollin Ridge Commercial Map Amendment (Rezone) -- A request by TC&C, LLC, for approval of a map amendment (rezoning) of 8.17 acres from RR-5 (Residential Rural) to PUD (Planned Unit Development). The property is located at the southwest corner of the Hodgen Road and Highway 83 intersection. The subject property is located within the boundaries of the Tri-Lakes Comprehensive Plan (2000). (Parcel Nos. 61270-00-064 and 61270-00-065) (Commissioner District No. 1) (PUD-18-003)
motion carried
576/2019
12.
Rollin Ridge Residential Map Amendment (Rezone) -- A request by TC&C, LLC, for approval of a map amendment (rezoning) of 48.84 acres from RR-5 (Residential Rural) to RR-2.5 (Residential Rural). The property is located at the southwest corner of the Highway 83 and Hodgen Road intersection. The subject property is located within the boundaries of the Tri-Lakes Comprehensive Plan (2000). (Parcel Nos. 61270-00-064 and 61270-00-065) (Commissioner District No. 1) (P-18-001)
motion carried
577/2019
13.
Rollin Ridge Estates Preliminary Plan -- A request by TC&C, LLC, for approval of a preliminary plan to create sixteen (16) single-family residential lots, one (1) tract for drainage detention, one (1) tract for future development, and right-of-way. The fifty-seven (57) acre property is zoned RR-5 (Residential Rural) and is located at the southwest corner of the Hodgen Road and Highway 83 intersection. (Parcel Nos. 61270-00-064 and 61270-00-065) (Commissioner District No. 1) (SP-18-001)
motion carried
578/2019
14.
Special District Service Plan -- Winsome Metro Districts Nos. 1,2, 3, and 4 -- A request by ProTerra Properties, LLC, for approval of a Colorado Revised Statutes Title 32 Special District service plan for the Winsome Metropolitan Districts Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4. The proposed Districts are located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Meridian Road and Hodgen Road and within Sections 24 and 24, Township 11 South, Range 65 West of the 6th P.M. and Section 19, Township 11 South, Range 64 West of the 6th P.M. The applicant is proposing the following: a maximum debt authorization of $20 million, a debt service mill levy of 55.277 mills, an operations and maintenance mill levy of 10 mills, and 5 mills for covenant enforcement. The proposed maximum combined mill levy is 70.277 mills. The statutory purposes of the proposed Districts include: 1) street improvements and safety protection; 2) design, construction, financing, and maintenance of drainage facilities; 3) design, acquisition, construction, and maintenance of recreation facilities; 4) mosquito control; and 5) covenant enforcement. Properties within the boundaries of the proposed Districts are included within the Black Forest Preservation Plan (1987). (Parcel No. 51000-00-493) (ID-19-003)
motion carried
579/2019
15.
Special District Service Plan -- Saddlehorn Metro Districts Nos. 1, 2, and 3 -- A request by roi Property Group, LLC. for approval of a Colorado Revised Statutes Title 32 Special District service plan for the Saddlehorn Metropolitan Districts Nos. 1, 2, and 3. The proposed Districts are located at the southeast corner of the Judge Orr Road and Curtis Road intersection and within Sections 3, 10, Township 13 South, Range 64 West of the 6th P.M. The applicant is proposing the following: a maximum debt authorization of $45 million, a debt service mill levy of 50 mills, an operations and maintenance mill levy of 10 mills, and 5 mills for covenant enforcement. The proposed maximum combined mill levy is 65 mills. The statutory purposes of the proposed Districts include: 1) street improvements and safety protection; 2) design, construction, and maintenance of drainage facilities; 3) design, land acquisition, construction, and maintenance of recreation facilities; 4) mosquito control; 5) covenant enforcement, and 6) design, construction, and maintenance of public water and sanitation systems. Properties within the boundaries of the proposed Districts are included within the Falcon/Peyton Small Area Master Plan (2006). (Parcel Nos. 43000-00-561, 43000-00-562, 43000-00-554, 43000-00-556, 43000-00-555, 43000-00-557, 43000-00-543, 43000-00-541) (Commissioner District No. 2) (ID-19-004)
motion carried
580/2019
16.
Special District Service Plan -- Gardens at North Carefree Metro District -- A request by Mule Deer Investments, LLC, for approval of a Colorado Revised Statutes Title 32 Special District service plan for the Gardens at North Carefree Metropolitan District. The proposed 11.56 acre district service area is located at the southeast corner of the intersection of North Carefree Circle and Akers Drive and is within Section 29, Township 13 South, Range 65 West of the 6th P.M. The applicant is proposing the following: a maximum debt authorization of $5 million, a debt service mill levy of 30 mills with a maximum of 40 mills, and an operations and maintenance mill levy of 10 mills. The statutory purposes of the proposed District includes: 1) design, construction, financing, maintenance, and ownership of water and wastewater lines; 2) street improvements and safety protection; 3) design, construction, financing, and maintenance of drainage facilities; 4) design, acquisition, construction, and maintenance of recreation facilities; 5) mosquito control; and 6) covenant enforcement. The proposed District is not included within the boundaries of a small area master plan. (Parcel Nos. 53294-00-012 and 53294-11-002) (Commissioner District No. 2) (ID-19-001)
motion carried
581/2019
17.
Special District Service Plan -- Mayberry, Colorado Springs Metro Districts Nos. 1 and 2 -- A request by Colorado Springs Mayberry, LLC, for approval of an amended and restated Colorado Revised Statutes Title 32 Special District service plan for the Mayberry, Colorado Springs Metropolitan Districts No. 1 as well as approval of a proposed Colorado Revised Statutes Title 32 Special District service plan for the Mayberry, Colorado Springs Metropolitan District No. 2. The district service area boundary is located immediately south of Highway 94 and approximately 1.24 miles west of North Ellicott Highway and is within Sections 14 and 15, Township 14 South, Range 63 West of the 6th P.M. The purposes of the Districts, as outlined in the amended and restated service plan, include the following: 1) design, construction, maintenance, and ownership of water and wastewater lines; 2) street improvements and safety protection; 3) design, construction, and maintenance of drainage facilities; 4) design, land acquisition, construction, and maintenance of recreation facilities; 5) mosquito control; 6) covenant enforcement, and 7) television relay and transmission. The multiple district service plan proposes the following: a maximum debt authorization of $164,240,000, a proposed debt service mill levy of 50 mills for District No. 1 and 25 mills for District No. 2 and an operations and maintenance mill levy of 10 mills for each district. The maximum combined mill levy is proposed to be 65 mills for District No. 1 and 40 mills for District No. 2. The proposed District is within the Ellicott Valley Comprehensive Plan (1989). (Parcel Nos. 34000-00-362, 34000-00-356, 34000-00-349, 34000-00-350, 34000-00-259, 34000-00-260, 34000-00-357, 34000-00-358, 34000-00-353, 34000-00-354) (Commissioner District No. 4) (ID-19-002)
motion carried
582/2019
Public Comment on Items Not Scheduled on the Agenda
Department and Committee Reports/Non Action Items
a.
Pikes Peak Workforce Center update.
356/2019
Addendum
Executive Session
a.
Pursuant to C.R.S. § 24-6-402(4)(b) and (e), the County Attorney’s Office is requesting an Executive Session regarding the following matters pertaining to Saul Cisneros and Rut Noemi Chavez Rodriguez v. Bill Elder as Sheriff of El Paso County, Court of Appeals Case No. 19CA136; and Saul Cisneros v. Elder, Court of Appeals Case No. 19CA546, to include: 1) Conference with the County Attorney’s Office for the purpose of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions related to a litigation appeal matter; and 2) Determining positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiations; developing strategy for negotiations; and instructing negotiators.
526/2019
b.
Pursuant to C.R.S. § 24-6-402(4)(b) and (e), the County Attorney’s Office is requesting an Executive Session regarding issues associated with the Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights (TABOR), to include: 1) Conference with the County Attorney’s Office for the purpose of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions, including but not limited to options for ballot questions and/or return of taxpayer funds; and 2) Determining positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiations; developing strategy for negotiations; and instructing negotiators.
590/2019