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Administration Building
East Hearing Room
5334 S. Prince St.
Littleton, CO 80120
303-795-4630
Relay Colorado 711

Kathleen Conti, District 1
Nancy Sharpe, District 2
Jeff Baker, Chair, District 3
Nancy Jackson, Chair Pro Tem, District 4
Bill Holen, District 5


Public Meeting
January 29, 2019
9:30 AM

The Board of County Commissioners holds its weekly Public Hearing at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesdays. Public Hearings are open to the public and items for discussion are included on this agenda. Items listed on the consent agenda are adopted with one vote. Items listed under regular business are considered separately. Agendas are available through the Commissioners’ Office or through the County’s web site at www.arapahoegov.com. Questions about this agenda, please contact the Commissioners’ Office at 303-795-4630 or by e-mail at commissioners@arapahoegov.com.




 

AGENDA

1.

OPENING

1.a.

CALL TO ORDER

Arapahoe County Board of County Commissioners
1.b.

INTRODUCTION

Ron Carl, County Attorney
Joleen Sanchez, Asst. Clerk to the Board
1.c.

ROLL CALL


1.d.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE


2.

MODIFICATION TO THE AGENDA


3.

ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA


4.

CEREMONIES

4.a.

CEREMONY - Retirement Ceremony for Brian Love

Retirement ceremony for Brian Love, Acting Transportation Division Manager, of the Public Works and Development Department after 25 years of combined dedicated service to Arapahoe County

Presenter - Chair Jeff Baker

5.

CITIZEN COMMENT PERIOD

Citizens are invited to speak to the Commissioners on non-agenda items. There is a 3-minute time limit per person, unless otherwise noted by the Chair.
6.

CONSENT AGENDA


6.a.

Motorola Dispatch Consoles Service Agreement MCC7500

Adoption of a resolution to authorize the Chair of the Board of County Commissioners to sign the Motorola Communications Service Agreement for the maintenance, monitoring, and technical support of MCC7500 & 7100 dispatch consoles and backroom equipment

Robin Frazee, Clerical Specialist, Sheriff's Office
Olga Fujaros, Budget and Logistics Manager, Sheriff's Office
Tyler S. Brown, Sheriff
Todd Weaver, Budget Manager, Finance
Tiffanie Bleau, Senior Assistant County Attorney
Barbara LeBlanc, Paralegal
6.b.

Property Tax – Abatement (4 Resolutions)

Adoption of four (4) resolutions approving the recommendations of the Board's appointed abatement referee after recent hearings and entering the recommendations as final decisions of the Board

Karen Thompsen, Paralegal, County Attorney's Office
Ron Carl, County Attorney
6.c.

Property Tax - Board of Assessment Appeals (1 Resolution)

Adoption of a resolution approving stipulations which resulted from agreements reached between the taxpayer and the County regarding a reduction in the amount of property tax owed, pursuant to the terms contained therein

Karen Thompsen, Paralegal, County Attorney's Office
Ron Carl, County Attorney
6.d.

Third Amendment to Fairgrounds Easement Agreement and Bill of Sale for Water Facilities (2 Resolutions)

Adoption of a resolution authorizing the Chair of the Board of County Commissioners to sign the Third Amendment to the Easement Agreement with Rangeview Metropolitan District acting in conjunction with Pure Cycle Corporation to provide and maintain water service for the Fairgrounds and subsequent improvements, and a resolution authorizing the Chair of the Board of County Commissioners to sign the Bill of Sale to Pure Cycle Corporation conveying ownership of water lines and appurtenances associated with the water facilities  

Dick Hawes, Director Facilities and Fleet Management
John Christofferson, Deputy County Attorney

 
7.

GENERAL BUSINESS ITEMS

7.a.

*PUBLIC HEARING - PM18-004 Main Street Villas Minor Subdivision

Consideration of a request from the applicant, LAI Design Group, and the owner, Bradbury Properties, to subdivide a 4.16 acre parcel into two Lots and a Tract for storm drainage and detention for purposes of a related Planned Unit Development, processed through a Specific Development Plan (SDP); such SDP is proposed to establish residential and public library uses on the divided Lots, in accordance with Agenda Item 7.b., below. The site is located northwest of the intersection of South Main Street and West 6th Place in Byers, located in District 3. This item was continued from the January 15, 2019 meeting

Presenter - Kathleen Hammer, Planner II, Public Works and Development
Jan Yeckes, Planning Division Manager, Public Works and Development
Bryan Weimer, Director, Public Works and Development
Todd Weaver, Budget Manager, Finance
Robert Hill, Senior Assistant County Attorney

7.b.

*PUBLIC HEARING - SDPZ18-001 Main Street Villas Minor Subdivision

Consideration of a request from the applicant, LAI Design Group, and the owner, Bradbury Properties, for approval of a Planned Unit Development, processed through a 2-step Specific Development Plan (SDP) pursuant to Section 13-105 of the Land Development Code, which SDP proposes to develop a Lot, proposed through a related minor subdivision application, Agenda Item 7.a. above, for 16 attached single family dwelling units. The other proposed Lot is intended to be developed for purposes of a public library. The site is located northwest of the intersection of South Main Street and West 6th Place in Byers, located in District 3. This item was continued from the January 15, 2019 meeting

Presenter - Kathleen Hammer, Planner II, Public Works and Development
Jan Yeckes, Planning Division Manager, Public Works and Development
Bryan Weimer, Director, Public Works and Development
Todd Weaver, Budget Manager, Finance
Robert Hill, Senior Assistant County Attorney

8.

COMMISSIONER COMMENTS


 

*Denotes a requirement by federal or state law that this item be opened to public testimony. All other items under the “General Business” agenda may be opened for public testimony at the discretion of the Board of County Commissioners.



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