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BOCC meeting agenda for May 22

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SUMMIT COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSWORK SESSION AGENDA – AMENDEDTuesday, May 22, 2007, 9:30 a.m.County Commissioners’ Meeting Room; Summit County Courthouse208 East Lincoln Avenue, Breckenridge, Colorado 9:30 a.m. Emergency Management Update (40 min)*Joel Cochran, Emergency Manager 10:10 a.m. Health and Human Services Report (15 min)*Sue Boyd, Assistant County Manager 10:25 A.M. Care Council Web Site Proposal (15 min)* Sue Boyd, Assistant County Manager* Randall Reitz, CARE Council Chair* Lyn Manton Krueger, CARE Council Vice Chair 10:40 a.m. Capacity Building Grants (20 min)*Sue Boyd, Assistant County Manager* Jann Engleman, Youth and Family Services 11:00 a.m. Snake River Sewer Line for West Ranch Neighborhood (15 min)*Thad Noll, Assistant County Manager* Chuck Clause, Snake River Wastewater Treatment Plant Director 11:15 a.m. Review of County Manager’s and Commissioners’ Issues (45 min) Good News MomentFollow-up Report BOCC Committee Updates 12:00 p.m. Lunch [The times indicated are intended only as a guide. They are at the discretion of the Chairman,depending on the length of the discussion, and are subject to change.] SUMMIT COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSAGENDA – AMENDEDTuesday, May 22, 2007, 1:30 p.m.County Commissioners’ Meeting Room; Summit County Courthouse208 East Lincoln Avenue, Breckenridge, ColoradoI.CALL TO ORDERII.ROLL CALLIII.APPROVAL OF AGENDAIV.PROCLAMATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTSV.CITIZEN COMMENTSVI.CONSENT AGENDAA.Warrant List (Finance)B.Approval of Minutes from the May 8, 2007 Regular Meeting and the Ratification of accompanying Resolutions.C.Appointment of Health Officer (Public Health)D.General subdivision exemption to subdivide the remainder portion of Lot 1, Copper Mountain, Filing No. 4 into two parcels (Planning Case 07-040) Ten Mile BasinE.Subdivision exemption to modify the existing building envelopes for six duplex lots; Lots 28, 29, 30, 31, 33 and 34, Lewis Ranch at Copper, zoned Copper PUD (Planning Case 07-041) Ten Mile BasinF.Renewal of Hotel and Restaurant Liquor License w/Optional Premises for Keystone Food & Beverage Company for River Course Grill, 155 River Course Drive, Keystone, CO (Clerk) G.Manager Change for Keystone Food & Beverage Company for River Course Grill, 155 River Course Drive, Keystone, CO (Clerk)H.Transfer of Hotel and Restaurant Liquor License for Papa’s Deli and Pizzeria, 22869 US Hwy 6 #113, Dough Boy, LLC (Clerk)I.Renewal of Hotel and Restaurant Liquor License for Pizza on the the Run, 0140 Ida Belle Drive, Keystone, Pizza on the Run LLC (Clerk).J.Renewal of Hotel and Restaurant Liquor License for Pizza on the Plaza, 2208 Hwy 6, Keystone, Pizza on the Plaza Inc. (Clerk).K.New Business License for BeBe Pond & Irrigation, LLC. owners are Leonard and Joanna Wellington located at 102 Continental Court, C-14, Breckenridge, CO, Retail sales of irrigation parts (Clerk)L.Cow Camp Open Space Management Plan, Lower Blue (Open Space and Trails)M.First Amendment to Mesa Cortina/Wildernest Open Space Management Plan, Lower Blue (Open Space and Trails)N.Approval of County Employees and Officials NIMS (National Incident Management System) Training Program.O.Appointment of Scott Vargo to the Communications Board (Managers)VII.PUBLIC HEARINGA.Comprehensive amendments to all the chapters of the Summit County Land Use and Development Code (“Code”), including but not limited to: 1) revising the Code amendment process; 2) changing the way master plans are used in development reviews; 3) revising and adding design standards to the Code; 4) clarifying and reformatting the Code; 5) amending the Zoning Regulations; 6) amending the overlay district requirements; 7) amending the financial guarantee requirements of the Code; 8) amending the Subdivision Regulations; 9) amending the Sign Regulations; 10) amending the Road and Bridge Standards; 11) amending the Grading and Excavation Regulations; 12) amending the Water Quality Regulations; 13) amending and re-enacting the Areas and Activities of State Interest (1041 Regulations); 14) amending the provisions related to community appearance, maintenance and safety; 15) amending the development review procedures; 16) amending the administration and enforcement provisions; 17) amending the definitions and appendix; and 18) other related changes to the Code to accomplish the foregoing. (Planning Case #04-077/Summit County Planning Dept.) Countywide. Continued from the Regular Meeting of March 27, 2007 B. Adoption of submittal requirements for certain development review processes of the Summit County Land Use and Development Code (the “Code”) as set forth in Section 12003 of the amended Code (Planning Case #05-064/Summit County Planning Dept.) Continued from the Regular Meeting of March 27, 2007C. Request to vacate a portion of Z Road on Lot 23, Section 6, Government Small Tracts. (Engineering) Continued from the Regular Meeting of May 8, 2007D. Request to vacate easements on Lot 13 and 23, Section 6, Government Small Tracts. (Engineering) Continued from the Regular Meeting of May 8, 2007VIII.NEW BUSINESSA.Snake River Sewer Line for West Ranch Neighborhood (Snake River Waste Water Treatment)B.Revisions to the Development Review Fee Schedule (Planning and Engineering) to correspond with the Comprehensive Amendments to the County’s Land Use and Development Code.C. Approval of Open Space Acquisition.IX.ADJOURNMENTCounty Commissioners’ Agendas are also available via the Internet at:http://www.co.summit.co.us


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