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ROLL CALL

MINUTES

CERTIFICATION OF HEARINGS

AMENDMENTS TO AGENDA

CONSENT AGENDA

PROCLAMATIONS: BRIGGSDALE FALCONS DAY, CLASS GIRLS BASKETBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIP – APRIL 10, 2024

WARRANTS: GENERAL WARRANTS – APRIL 9, 2024

BIDS: APPROVE BID #B2400040, VARIOUS CORE AND NON-CORE SERVICES FOR CHILD WELFARE SERVICES – DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

2) APPROVE BID #B2400032, PAVEMENT SMOOTHNESS TESTING AND GRINDING – DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

3) APPROVE BID #B2400061, VMWARE MAINTENANCE WELD – DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

NEW BUSINESS: CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #7948 EXPENDITURE AUTHORIZATION AND WORK PLAN FOR WORKFORCE INNOVATION AND OPPORTUNITY ACT (WIOA) PROGRAM FOR SUPPLEMENTAL EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT FUNDS (ESF) FOR PAVING ACCESS TO CAREERS AND EMPLOYMENT (PACE) INITIATIVE, AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN ELECTRONICALLY

2) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #7957 SERVICE AGREEMENT AND SET UP FORM FOR CASE MANAGEMENT AGENCY (CMA) AFTER-HOURS TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICES, AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN – OZ GROUP, LLC, DBA CUSTOMER CONTACT SERVICES

3) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #7962 CASE MANAGEMENT AGENCY (CMA) SERVICE AGREEMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS, AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN – MY HEROES, LLC

4) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #7963 CASE MANAGEMENT AGENCY (CMA) SERVICE AGREEMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS, AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN – TLC CONNECTION AGENCY

5) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #7983 AGREEMENT FOR FOSTER CARE RESPITE SERVICES AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN – MADISON BERGMAN

6) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #7964 INDIVIDUAL PROVIDER CONTRACT FOR PURCHASE OF FOSTER CARE SERVICES IN A FOSTER CARE HOME AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN – BENNETT AND MADISON BERGMAN

7) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #7984 INDIVIDUAL PROVIDER CONTRACT FOR PURCHASE OF FOSTER CARE SERVICES IN A FOSTER CARE HOME AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN – BRADLEY HELTON AND DEVON MOLYNEAU

8) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #8016 BUSINESS ASSOCIATE AGREEMENT AND POPULATION HEALTH SERVICE AGREEMENT AND ADDENDUM, AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN – ALERA GROUP, INC., DBA VITAL INCITE

9) CONSIDER ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF FESTIVAL PERMIT APPLICATION AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN – SATIRE BREWING COMPANY, INC.

10) CONSIDER APPOINTMENT TO NORTH FRONT RANGE WATER QUALITY BOARD

PLANNING: CONSIDER TWO (2) DECOMMISSIONING PLANS, ACCEPT COLLATERAL FOR A SITE SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND USE BY SPECIAL REVIEW PERMIT, USR22%u20110027, FOR SOLAR ENERGY FACILITIES (SEF) OUTSIDE OF SUBDIVISIONS AND HISTORIC TOWNSITES IN THE A (AGRICULTURAL) ZONE DISTRICT, AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN – CBEP LAND LLC, C/O CBEP SOLAR LLC, C/O CBEP SOLAR LLC

2) CONSIDER DECOMMISSIONING PLAN AND ACCEPT COLLATERAL FOR A SITE SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND USE BY SPECIAL REVIEW PERMIT, USR21%u20110023, FOR SOLAR ENERGY FACILITY IN THE A (AGRICULTURAL) ZONE DISTRICT – ENDERS LAND COMPANY, LLC, C/O OVERLAND SOLAR, LLC

PUBLIC COMMENT

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, 00:16:56
indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 00:17:02
Good morning and welcome everybody to today's regularly scheduled Board of County Commissioners meeting. Today is Wednesday, April 00:17:14
10th. Time is 9:00 AM. Roll call, please. 00:17:18
Mike Freeman, Scott James, Lori Saying for freedom, pay back. Kevin here. Let the record reflect, 5 out of five commissioners are 00:17:23
here today. Minutes approval of Minutes, March 27th, 2024. Second, did you have a motion for approval from Commissioner Bucks? 00:17:29
Second from Commissioner James, further discussion. 00:17:35
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye, all opposed. Same sign and the minutes are approved 5 to 0. 00:17:43
That brings us to certification of hearings. Hearings conducted on March 27th, 2024 Item number one PC 22-0021 Don Foster Mary Lee 00:17:51
Hardy, Kara Foster Trucking, Inc. 00:17:58
Motion by Commissioner Freeman for Certification of Hearing, second by Commissioner for further discussion. 00:18:07
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye, aye, all opposed. Same sign. 00:18:14
And that passes 5 to 0. Are there any amendments to today's agenda? 00:18:19
Hearing no amendments to today's agenda brings us to Approval of consent agenda. Move to approve consent Agenda. 00:18:25
Second got a motion from Commissioner James from for Approval of Consent agenda second by Commissioner Freeman for their 00:18:32
discussion. 00:18:35
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye, all opposed. Same sign and the consent of the consent agenda is 00:18:38
approved. This brings us now to proclamations. This is the fun part, item number one. 00:18:46
Breaks Dale Falcons day Class 1A girl state basketball champion. So ladies and coach if you all want to come up here, I'll read 00:18:56
this proclamation in and then we will give you guys a moment here. 00:19:02
Exciting. 00:19:09
You'll have about two minutes to prepare your speeches. 00:19:11
So the proclamation reads Briggsdale Falcons day Wednesday, April 10th, 2024. Whereas the Briggsdale Falcons girls basketball team 00:19:15
competed in the Class 1A state Championship game against the Stratton Eagles on Saturday, March 9th at Bank of Colorado Arena in 00:19:22
Greeley. And whereas in a close game, continued determination and clutch shooting propelled the Falcons to a 4140V and the 00:19:29
program's second consecutive state title. 00:19:36
Whereas while much can be written about the game itself, senior Jenna Crisis 18 point performance, including the winning shot in 00:19:44
the game's final moments or the overall teamwork that enabled Briggsdale to avenge a loss to Stratton earlier in the season, 00:19:51
what's equally special is the effort that went into this year as a whole. And whereas while last year's state championship was 00:19:57
historic in the first as the first in program history, this one speaks to continued determination and ability to resist 00:20:03
complacency, something only possible. 00:20:10
Now, therefore, be it proclaimed by the Board of well County Commissioners that the 10th day of April 2024 be known as Briggs Dale 00:20:50
Falcons Day to commemorate a championship season signed by all 5 County commissioners. Congratulations. 00:20:57
Coach, would you like to say anything and have any players say anything? 00:21:08
I would just think that the county commissioners for recognizing us today. 00:21:14
It's obviously an honor for these girls and us. We talk about it all the time. This is this is really, really hard. It's hard to 00:21:20
do. 00:21:24
And we just. 00:21:29
Are blessed to have great parents and great community and great kids, and it's just a testament to how hard these kids worked. 00:21:31
It's if it was this easy, everybody would do it and it's it's not that easy. So we appreciate that on a side note and not to get 00:21:36
too political. 00:21:42
As the score, we'd like to thank the county commissioners and the Lower County Sheriff's Office for having Deputy Carpeter in the 00:21:49
school. It's. 00:21:52
Unbelievable to have that and that option and I mean it's a high priority it should be and we appreciate that from you guys. 00:21:56
Back to basketball. It's a great, great group of girls we talked about. Some of them are leaving that to be happy, you know? 00:22:04
Don't be sad that it's over. Be glad that it happened so and some of us leave and just. 00:22:14
Great girls. So there's a couple of them that maybe want to speak a little bit. I'm sure you want to hear from a little bit and a 00:22:19
couple of them might want to speak to you. So I'll turn over them. Sounds great. Thanks, Coach. 00:22:25
Don't be nervous. It's all right. 00:22:33
All right. I'm Jenna and I just want to say thank you for allowing us to be here. It means a lot to our team and our community, 00:22:37
and we had a lot of fun this season. I'm glad we got to do it back-to-back. We have amazing teams, amazing coaches that allowed us 00:22:43
to do it, a great community. So. So I have, but thank you, Thank you. 00:22:49
Anybody else wish to say anything? 00:22:57
All right, well, guess what? You all get a talk because you all get to come up to the microphone. Just state your name. 00:23:00
And what year in schoolyard, what position you played so that we have it on the record. OK, so who wants to start first? 00:23:06
Jenny, you already approached this. Why don't you go ahead and leave them off, OK? Yeah. I'm Jenna. I'm a senior and I'm a point 00:23:14
yard. Thank you. 00:23:18
I'm I'm Casey, I'm a senior and I'm regard. 00:23:24
I'm not only I'm a senior and I'm a guard. 00:23:30
I'm Libby. I'm a junior and I'm a win. 00:23:35
I'm Carol. I'm a student and I'm a post. 00:23:40
I'm clearing your sophomore and I'm a guide. 00:23:49
I'm Morgan. I'm a sophomore and I'm Post. 00:23:54
I'm baby. I'm a freshman and I'm a guard. 00:24:00
I'm hope I'm a freshman and I'm also a guard. 00:24:06
I'm Ally. I'm a freshman and I'm a. 00:24:12
I'm Rosalie and I'm a freshman and I'm a Post. 00:24:17
I'm very I'm a freshman and I'm a point guard. 00:24:24
Come on, man. We got some hide back there. Come on. 00:24:29
I'm Amanda Tobert. I'm an earthquake, and I'm just manager. 00:24:33
I'm sorry, I'm an eighth day and I'm a manager. 00:24:41
I'm McKenzie. I'm an eighth grade and I'm a manager. 00:24:46
I'm I'm pressing on the 8th grade and I'm a manager. 00:24:53
I'm on. I'm a 6th grader and I'm a manager. 00:24:58
Do we get them all coached? 00:25:03
That's good. All right, Commissioner James. 00:25:07
Ladies, I want you to do one thing, go home and thank your parents. Because as a parent, I can tell you this is exhausting. You 00:25:10
guys are in the sports. We're old. We just want to stay home. And so thank you. You go home and you thank your parents. In fact, I 00:25:16
want you to look at your parents and say you have always been right. 00:25:22
You're not repeating after me. You have always been right. You have never been wrong. I love you, Mom and dad, and I'll never 00:25:30
misbehave ever again. 00:25:34
Nobody's repeating after me, ladies. I want you to remember how you feel right now because the feeling is, is something you can 00:25:40
carry with you through life. You can go through life and you can say, geez, that one time when we're in basketball and we worked 00:25:46
hard and we won back-to-back state titles, I remember what it was to commit myself and I remember what it was to achieve. 00:25:52
Same lessons apply in life. They set your mind to it, commit yourself, achieve congratulations. God bless you. 00:25:59
Mr. BUCK Wow. It just reminds me the days when I got to play basketball and we weren't as successful as you always, Greeley West. 00:26:07
But I have to tell you, look around you. This is your core. You, you've gone through something that's been absolutely fantastic 00:26:12
and you will carry these friendships probably for the rest of your life, because I know I still have my basketball buddies 00:26:17
outside. 00:26:22
And and and all over the state and all over the US. So stay in touch with each other because it took teamwork to get where you are 00:26:28
today. So congratulations again. 00:26:33
Mr. Singh, that's in the. Again, congratulations. We're also very, very proud of you and thank you for representing Weldon County 00:27:15
and both your conduct, your character and of course we do love winning, but you're. 00:27:21
Has been said before, you're going to remember this the rest of your life and this that will that will carry you forward when when 00:27:27
life gets difficult. So again, congratulations. 00:27:31
Here's what I want to add. What a wonderful time to be in woman's athletics. When you watch NCAA woman's Final Four, that garners 00:27:37
more TV audience than the men's did this year. And the superstars of the woman's basketball teams outweighed the names on the 00:27:44
men's basketball teams. Ladies, it's an awesome opportunity and it's a great time to be in women's athletics as a proud father of 00:27:52
two great daughters. It's it's it's humbling to to see this and it's about time. 00:27:59
You have an amazing coach, Coach Nicholas. You do an awesome job with these young ladies. You're able to transform them. You teach 00:28:08
them great life lessons. But it's amazing to watch how you cultivate them with their basketball skills from a young age and bring 00:28:14
them up through. And it's skills that go on way past high school. You get your girls will have a good time playing Jenna. That 00:28:20
shot you hit to win the game is an athletic shot. 00:28:26
You can play anywhere that that that's a pure basketball shot. That was amazing to watch. So fun watching you guys win. It's a 00:28:35
pleasure to be here today and and congratulate you guys and with that we would love to take a picture with y'all up here if that's 00:28:39
OK to celebrate. So come on up. 00:28:44
Balance, balance the floor. I'm going to get in the middle there. If we could get some of the girls on the end over here. 00:29:08
One ladies, we play both sides of the court. 00:29:19
Oh, that's perfect. 00:29:25
Did he just call you short? 00:29:31
I don't take that from him. 00:29:36
Are we ready? 00:29:40
Pair 123. 00:29:42
123. 00:29:45
Great job. Congratulations. 00:29:49
Thank you. 00:29:58
Thank you. 00:29:59
You probably have to go back to school, right? All right, drive safe. 00:30:37
We'll move on to Warrants. Item number one, General Warrants April 9th, 2024. 00:30:44
Motion from Commissioner Buck for approval, second by Commissioner James. Further discussion. 00:30:50
Hearing none all in favor signify by saying aye, aye, all opposed. Same sign and warrants past five to zero. 00:30:55
Bids item number one approved bid be 24,040. Various core and non core services for child welfare services, Department of Human 00:31:02
Services. Good morning Tony. 00:31:07
Good morning, Toby Taylor with Gold County Purchasing. The Department of Human Services has completed its review of 29 proposals 00:31:13
received through the Request for proposal process for Bid number B 2400040 for child welfare various services. 00:31:22
Attached to this memorandum are two documents, one noting the vendor and the services whose proposals are recommended for 00:31:31
contracts, and one noting proposals and services not being recommended at this time. 00:31:37
Please note that the vendors may appear on both lists if only partial services are being recommended for anyone vendor. 00:31:43
Of the 29 vendors who submitted proposals, the request is for approval to enter into agreements with 28 of these vendors, either 00:31:50
in full or partial services. As noted in the attachments in the packet, the board has one vendor, KPJ First Services, LLC. 00:31:58
Who responded to the solicitation is not being recommended per County Code 5460, paragraph 7. This section requires that when 00:32:06
evaluating, this consideration shall be given to the bidders previous record of performance and service, both internal and 00:32:13
external, the ability to of the bidder to render satisfactory service, and the quality and conformance to specifications. 00:32:20
This should be noted, on December of 2023, a contract with KPG First Services LLC was terminated. 00:32:29
For convenience for failing to meet contract specification because of this performance issue. 00:32:36
And contract termination. The Department of Human Service is not recommending award of any facets to KPG First Services. 00:32:42
All vendor, all other vendors and services listed at the service rates and the attachment are being recommended by Human Services 00:32:51
for the board to approve. 00:32:55
All right. Any questions for Toby? 00:33:01
Have you approved it be 24140? 00:33:04
Second motion by Commissioner James for approval of bid 24,040 second by Commissioner Buck for their discussion. 00:33:08
And none. All those in favor signify by saying aye, aye, all opposed. Same sign. And there'd be 24,040 passes, 5 to 0. 00:33:16
Item number two Approved bid D 24,032 Pavement Smoothness testing and grinding Department of Public Works as advertised. This bid 00:33:24
is for the 2024 payment Smoothness and Testing Grinding Services. One bid was received. It was from CPP Engineering. It needs 00:33:31
specifications and is under the budget projection. Therefore, Public Works is recommending the award to CPP Engineering Inc in the 00:33:39
amount of $236,403.40 as identified in the attached fee schedule. 00:33:47
Any questions for Toby second? 00:33:55
Motion to approve bid B 24,032 by Commissioner Freeman, second by Commissioner about further discussion. Hearing none All in favor 00:33:58
signify by saying aye all opposed Same sign and that bid passes 5 to 0. 00:34:04
Item number three Approved Bid B 24,061 VMware maintenance Weld Department of Information Technology 6. Bids were received for the 00:34:10
solicitation ranging from $107,979.90 to $123,526.36. 00:34:20
The information technology staff has reviewed these bid responses. The low bidder, say Tech Inc out of Fremont, CA, proposed the 00:34:29
lowest cost solution of $107,797.90. 00:34:36
And they meet specifications that are functionally documented in the bid process. 00:34:43
Therefore, the IT department is recommending the Board award this contract to say Tech Inc for the total amount of $107,979.90. 00:34:48
Any questions for? 00:34:59
Second motion to approve bid 24,061 by commissioner box. Second by Commissioner James. Further discussion hearing none All those 00:35:01
in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign and D they'd be 24,061 passes unanimously. Thanks Toby. 00:35:08
Who is this? Item number one, Consider Contract ID 7948 Expenditure Authorization, Work Plan for Workforce Innovation and 00:35:17
Opportunity Act. We owe a program for supplemental employment support funds, ESF for paving the Access to Careers and Employment 00:35:22
PACE initiative and authorized Chair to sign electronically. Good morning, Jamie. Good morning, Commissioners. Jamie Oreck, 00:35:28
Department of Human Services. This is an. 00:35:34
Expenditure authorization that we're bringing forward to today in the amount of 164,000 and $9 for our employment support funds in 00:35:42
order to support our paving, access to careers and employment, our our PACE initiative. Our request this morning is approval of 00:35:48
the expenditure authorization. And just to note, all of the funding that we're talking about here is provided to us through the 00:35:54
Colorado Department of Labor and Employment. 00:36:01
Any questions for Jamie? Move to approve contract ID 7948. Motion by Commissioner James for approval of contract ID 7948 second by 00:36:08
Commissioner Buck. Further discussion None. All those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign and contract ID 00:36:14
7948 passes 5 to 0. 00:36:21
Item number two, consider contract ID 7957 Service Agreement and set up form for case management agency, CMA, after hours, 00:36:28
telephone answering services and authorized share to sign Odds group, LLC, DBA customer contact services. 00:36:35
Thank you. Through our case management agency we are required to provide after hours availability for our providers. We are 00:36:42
electing to do that via a answering phone service which is going to cost us about $49.00 for a 28 day cycle. We would like your 00:36:50
approval to enter into this contract. All of the funding used to support this would be through our contract with the Colorado 00:36:57
Department of Healthcare Policy and Financing. 00:37:04
OK. Any questions for Jamie? Look to approve second most of my commissioner bought for approval contract ID 7957 second by 00:37:12
commissioner James, further discussion. 00:37:16
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye, all opposed. Same sign and contract. ID 7957 passes 5 to 0. 00:37:22
Item number three consider Contract ID 7962 Case Management Agency, CMA Service Agreement Terms. 00:37:30
And conditions and Authorized Chair to sign My Heroes LLC. Thank you. This is a provider to our case Management agency that will 00:37:37
provide services for our Waiver Program recipients. 00:37:43
This we're requesting approval of this contract for the state approved rates and just a reminder that all of the funding is a pass 00:37:50
through from the Colorado Department of Healthcare Policy and Finance. 00:37:55
Any questions for Jamie? Move to approve second motion by Commissioner Freeman for approval of contract, ID 7962 Second by 00:38:02
Commissioner Buck. Further discussion. 00:38:06
Hearing none all those in favor signify by saying aye aye, All opposed. Same sign Contract ID 7962 passes 5 to 0 Item number four 00:38:12
Contract ID consider Contract ID 7963 Case Management Agency CMA Service Agreement Terms and Conditions and Authorized chair to 00:38:18
sign TLC Connection Agency. 00:38:24
Thank you. This is same information I presented on the last item and our request this morning is approval of this contract. 00:38:30
Group Contract ID 7963 Second motion by Commissioner James for approval of contract ID 79637 by Commissioner Buck. Further 00:38:39
discussion. 00:38:43
And then all those in favor signify by saying aye aye, all opposed. Same sign contract ID 7963 passes 5 to 0. 00:38:48
Item number 5 Consider Contract ID 7983 Agreement for Foster care, Arrested service, Arrested services, and Authorized Chair to 00:38:58
sign Madison Bergman. 00:39:02
Thank you. This contract would be to provide respite services by this individual. This is a respite provider home that cannot find 00:39:08
where they're located. But oh Frederick, Co our request this morning is approval of the respite contract. 00:39:16
All right. Questions. 00:39:25
Move to approve motion by Commissioner about the approval of contract ID 7983 second by Commissioner James. Further discussion. 00:39:28
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye, aye, all opposed. Same sign. 00:39:35
Contract ID 7983 passes 5 to 0. Item number six consider Contract ID 7964 Individual provider contract for purchase of foster care 00:39:41
services in a foster care Home and authorized Chair to sign Bennett and Madison Bergman. Thank you. This is a new certified foster 00:39:48
care provider in Frederick, Co and our request this morning is approval of the contract. Move to approve second. Got a motion from 00:39:55
Commissioner Freeman for approval of Contract ID 7964 second by Commissioner Buck. Further discussion. 00:40:02
Any. None, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign and contract ID 7964 passes 5 to 0. 00:40:10
Item number seven, consider contract ID 7984 individual provider contract for purchase of foster care services in a foster care 00:40:18
home and authorized chair to sign Bradley Hilton and Devin Molyneux. Thank you. This is a new certified kinship foster care 00:40:24
provider in Greeley, Co and our request this morning is approval of the contract. 00:40:31
Move to approve contract at E 7984. Motion by Commissioner James for approval of contract, ID 7984. Commissioner Buck seconded 00:40:38
that. Any further discussion? 00:40:43
And then all those in favor signify by saying aye all opposed. Same sign Contract ID 7984 passes 5 to 0. Thank you, Jamie. Item 00:40:48
number 8 Consider Contract ID 8016, Business Associate Agreement and Population Health Service Agreement and addendum for 00:40:55
Protected Health Information Phi pursuant to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Accountability Act, HIPAA, AN 00:41:03
authorized chair to sign a Lara Group, Inc DBA Vital Insight. Good morning. 00:41:10
Good morning, Kelly Lefler with Human Resources. As shown in a past round that was circulated on April 2nd and approved by all 5 00:41:18
Commissioners, Human Resources is requesting agreements to be signed with Vital Insights. 00:41:24
Which is a vendor that had originally been working with our previous benefits broker providing analysis of our current health 00:41:30
plans to include program utilization and insight into plan management along with the employee medical clinic utilization. With the 00:41:36
transfer to a new insurance broker, the agreements now need to be made between Willard County and Vital Insights. 00:41:42
That have vital insights continue the plan analysis. The cost associated with this agreement will be paid for with annual funds 00:41:48
provided by Aetna and will not come out of broad county budget. 00:41:53
Human Resources is asking the board to approve continuing services with vital insights and population of health services by 00:41:58
signing the Business Associate Agreement, Population Health Agreement and the Addendum. 00:42:03
Any questions for Kelly? Move to approve Contract ID 8016. 00:42:10
Motion by Commissioner James for Approval Contract, ID 8016, Second by Commissioner Freeman. Further discussion. 00:42:15
None. All those in favor signify by saying aye, all opposed. Same sign and contract ID passes 5 to 0. Thank you Kelly. Item number 00:42:21
9. Considering knowledgement of festival permit application and authorized chair to sign Satire Brewing Company Inc Good morning, 00:42:27
Matthew. Good morning commissioners. Matt Conroy assistant County Attorney training. So this is a little bit of a new one for 00:42:33
everybody. So before you is a resolution signifying this board has no objection to satire Billing company is a brewery licensed by 00:42:40
the city of Thornton. 00:42:46
To sell alcohol important. And then they wish to sell alcohol at a festival at the Wild Animal Sanctuary on May 2nd. 00:42:52
Wild County does not have any sort of festival permit for this from a liquor licensing perspective. But we do have a limited 00:43:02
events permit from a planning and zoning perspective. And so essentially this resolution is just authorizing the charitable sign 00:43:08
indicating that as the Wild animal sanctuary has a use by special review permits that such that there is no zoning issue with them 00:43:14
hosting this festival and as the. 00:43:19
Really has a liquor license from the City of Thornton. We don't have any issue with them selling alcohol ad there's licensed Event 00:43:25
Center notifying the state of that fact. And so this is not a public hearing or anything, but just authorizing the chair to submit 00:43:31
the comments to the Department of Revenue. 00:43:36
Any questions for Matt? Move to approve the resolution second. 00:43:43
And a motion from Commissioner James for approval of the resolution, second by Commissioner, saying further discussion. 00:43:47
None. All those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign and the resolution passes 5 to 0. Thank you, Matt. Item 00:43:52
number 10. Consider appointment to North Front Range Water Quality Board. 00:43:58
Mr. Chair, I moved to approve the appointment of Elizabeth Railford as to the Front Range Waters Quality Board with an expiration 00:44:06
date of on that term of December 31st, 2024. All right motion by Commissioner Freeman by Commissioner Buck for approval of 00:44:13
appointment of Elizabeth Albert to the NFR Water Quality Board for their discussion. 00:44:20
All right. Roll call though, please. 00:44:29
Mike Freeman, yes, Scott, James, what are you saying? 00:44:33
Hurry back. 00:44:37
Kevin Ross Yes, let the record reflect that passes for to oil with commissioner saying voting no. That concludes new business 00:44:39
brings us to planning. 00:44:43
Item number one consider 2. Decommissioning plans except collateral for site specific development plan and used by special review 00:44:49
permit US R22-0027 for solar Energy facilities SEF outside of subdivisions and historic town sites in the A agricultural zone 00:44:58
district and authorized chair to sign CBEP Land to LLC. Care. CBEP Solar TO LLC and CARE CBEP Solar 8 LLC Kim. 00:45:07
Hi, good morning. Commissioners came over the park funding services. USI 220027 was for a solar energy facility in the zone 00:45:16
district was approved by the board on January 4th of 2022. 00:45:22
Part of the resolution included condition of approval for C. 00:45:28
As states, the applicant shows some is an irrevocable standby letter of credit bond or alternative form of security. 00:45:33
In the amount sufficient to firmly estimated decommissioning and reclamation costs as required by Section 23410 Thirty B, Four 00:45:40
Other World can code, the applicant submitted a decommissioning and reclamation plan for planning services, determining that the 00:45:45
decision reclamation plan to be complete. 00:45:51
The applicant also submitted a performance bond in the amount of 160,161.05 dollars for the ZBEP Solar Two LLC. 00:45:58
Completing the project. 00:46:09
Which was that Performance Bond ends in 0594. They also submitted a Performance bond amount of $89,049.42. 00:46:12
The CBEP saw Eight LLC. 00:46:23
And that performance gone into 0595 to address the decommissioning of the solar energy facility? 00:46:26
The applicant submitted both the plan and performance ranks were reviewed by staff who didn't complete. The performance bounds 00:46:34
were reviewed by the Board on pass around on March 28th, with all 5 commissioners requesting be placed on today's agenda. Stanford 00:46:41
remains approval of the new commissioning plan acceptance of the two performance bonds ending in number 05941095. 00:46:48
Respectable as they compile with 23410 thirty before the world 10 code. 00:46:56
All right. Any questions for Kim? 00:47:00
Moved to approve second motion by Commissioner Freeman for approval of the two decommissioning plans and the collateral acceptance 00:47:04
second by Commissioner James. Further discussion. 00:47:08
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye all opposed, same sign and that item passes 5 to 0. Thank you Kim. 00:47:13
Right mommy, I remember 2. Consider decommissioning plan and accept collateral for a site specific development plan and used by 00:47:22
special review permit USR 21-0023 for solar energy facility in the A agricultural zone district in this land company LLC. Care of 00:47:28
Oberlin Solar LLC. 00:47:33
Good morning. Good morning, commissioners. Molly Wright, Department of Planning Services for your consideration is a is a letter 00:47:39
of credit associated with USR 21-0023. 00:47:45
For a solar energy facility, which was conditionally approved by the Board of County Commissioners on March 16, 2022. 00:47:51
Conditional approval condition of approval #5A States in part The applicant shall submit an irrevocable. 00:47:57
Standby Letter Credit Bond or Alternate Alternate UH. 00:48:05
Form of security in the amount sufficient to the fund estimated in the decommissioning and reclamation costs. 00:48:11
The decommissioning plan submitted by the applicant has been reviewed by the Department of Planning Services. A decommissioning 00:48:20
bond in the amount of $300,000 has been submitted by the applicant to address decommissioning and reclamation of the facility. 00:48:27
The letter of credit was reviewed on Pastoral on April 3rd by all 5 county commissioners. 00:48:35
Staff recommends approval of the decommissioning plan and the acceptance of the letter of credit as it complies with Section 00:48:40
23-4-1030B, four of the Royal Kenny Code and will satisfy condition of approval 5A of USR 23-21-0023. 00:48:48
I'm happy to answer any questions. Anybody any questions for Molly? 00:48:57
Move to approve second and a motion for approval from Commissioner Freeman of the Decommissioning Plan and the Acceptance of 00:49:04
Collateral Second by Commissioner James. Further discussion. 00:49:09
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye, all opposed. Same sign and that item passes 5 to 0. Thank you. Brings 00:49:14
us to public comment. Is there anybody in the public that wishes to speak this morning? If so, please come to the podium, state 00:49:19
your name and address. Keep your comments to 3 minutes. 00:49:25
If there's nobody that can come to the podium, you can still submit those the old fashioned way by mailing them to PO Box 758, 00:49:31
Eleven Fifty O Street Green, Colorado 80632. Or you can e-mail them to ctv@weld.gov or always feel free to stop by and say hi to 00:49:38
us in the office. So with that, I'll go ahead and close public comment and it's 933. We stand adjourned. 00:49:45
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I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, 00:16:56
indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 00:17:02
Good morning and welcome everybody to today's regularly scheduled Board of County Commissioners meeting. Today is Wednesday, April 00:17:14
10th. Time is 9:00 AM. Roll call, please. 00:17:18
Mike Freeman, Scott James, Lori Saying for freedom, pay back. Kevin here. Let the record reflect, 5 out of five commissioners are 00:17:23
here today. Minutes approval of Minutes, March 27th, 2024. Second, did you have a motion for approval from Commissioner Bucks? 00:17:29
Second from Commissioner James, further discussion. 00:17:35
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye, all opposed. Same sign and the minutes are approved 5 to 0. 00:17:43
That brings us to certification of hearings. Hearings conducted on March 27th, 2024 Item number one PC 22-0021 Don Foster Mary Lee 00:17:51
Hardy, Kara Foster Trucking, Inc. 00:17:58
Motion by Commissioner Freeman for Certification of Hearing, second by Commissioner for further discussion. 00:18:07
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye, aye, all opposed. Same sign. 00:18:14
And that passes 5 to 0. Are there any amendments to today's agenda? 00:18:19
Hearing no amendments to today's agenda brings us to Approval of consent agenda. Move to approve consent Agenda. 00:18:25
Second got a motion from Commissioner James from for Approval of Consent agenda second by Commissioner Freeman for their 00:18:32
discussion. 00:18:35
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye, all opposed. Same sign and the consent of the consent agenda is 00:18:38
approved. This brings us now to proclamations. This is the fun part, item number one. 00:18:46
Breaks Dale Falcons day Class 1A girl state basketball champion. So ladies and coach if you all want to come up here, I'll read 00:18:56
this proclamation in and then we will give you guys a moment here. 00:19:02
Exciting. 00:19:09
You'll have about two minutes to prepare your speeches. 00:19:11
So the proclamation reads Briggsdale Falcons day Wednesday, April 10th, 2024. Whereas the Briggsdale Falcons girls basketball team 00:19:15
competed in the Class 1A state Championship game against the Stratton Eagles on Saturday, March 9th at Bank of Colorado Arena in 00:19:22
Greeley. And whereas in a close game, continued determination and clutch shooting propelled the Falcons to a 4140V and the 00:19:29
program's second consecutive state title. 00:19:36
Whereas while much can be written about the game itself, senior Jenna Crisis 18 point performance, including the winning shot in 00:19:44
the game's final moments or the overall teamwork that enabled Briggsdale to avenge a loss to Stratton earlier in the season, 00:19:51
what's equally special is the effort that went into this year as a whole. And whereas while last year's state championship was 00:19:57
historic in the first as the first in program history, this one speaks to continued determination and ability to resist 00:20:03
complacency, something only possible. 00:20:10
Now, therefore, be it proclaimed by the Board of well County Commissioners that the 10th day of April 2024 be known as Briggs Dale 00:20:50
Falcons Day to commemorate a championship season signed by all 5 County commissioners. Congratulations. 00:20:57
Coach, would you like to say anything and have any players say anything? 00:21:08
I would just think that the county commissioners for recognizing us today. 00:21:14
It's obviously an honor for these girls and us. We talk about it all the time. This is this is really, really hard. It's hard to 00:21:20
do. 00:21:24
And we just. 00:21:29
Are blessed to have great parents and great community and great kids, and it's just a testament to how hard these kids worked. 00:21:31
It's if it was this easy, everybody would do it and it's it's not that easy. So we appreciate that on a side note and not to get 00:21:36
too political. 00:21:42
As the score, we'd like to thank the county commissioners and the Lower County Sheriff's Office for having Deputy Carpeter in the 00:21:49
school. It's. 00:21:52
Unbelievable to have that and that option and I mean it's a high priority it should be and we appreciate that from you guys. 00:21:56
Back to basketball. It's a great, great group of girls we talked about. Some of them are leaving that to be happy, you know? 00:22:04
Don't be sad that it's over. Be glad that it happened so and some of us leave and just. 00:22:14
Great girls. So there's a couple of them that maybe want to speak a little bit. I'm sure you want to hear from a little bit and a 00:22:19
couple of them might want to speak to you. So I'll turn over them. Sounds great. Thanks, Coach. 00:22:25
Don't be nervous. It's all right. 00:22:33
All right. I'm Jenna and I just want to say thank you for allowing us to be here. It means a lot to our team and our community, 00:22:37
and we had a lot of fun this season. I'm glad we got to do it back-to-back. We have amazing teams, amazing coaches that allowed us 00:22:43
to do it, a great community. So. So I have, but thank you, Thank you. 00:22:49
Anybody else wish to say anything? 00:22:57
All right, well, guess what? You all get a talk because you all get to come up to the microphone. Just state your name. 00:23:00
And what year in schoolyard, what position you played so that we have it on the record. OK, so who wants to start first? 00:23:06
Jenny, you already approached this. Why don't you go ahead and leave them off, OK? Yeah. I'm Jenna. I'm a senior and I'm a point 00:23:14
yard. Thank you. 00:23:18
I'm I'm Casey, I'm a senior and I'm regard. 00:23:24
I'm not only I'm a senior and I'm a guard. 00:23:30
I'm Libby. I'm a junior and I'm a win. 00:23:35
I'm Carol. I'm a student and I'm a post. 00:23:40
I'm clearing your sophomore and I'm a guide. 00:23:49
I'm Morgan. I'm a sophomore and I'm Post. 00:23:54
I'm baby. I'm a freshman and I'm a guard. 00:24:00
I'm hope I'm a freshman and I'm also a guard. 00:24:06
I'm Ally. I'm a freshman and I'm a. 00:24:12
I'm Rosalie and I'm a freshman and I'm a Post. 00:24:17
I'm very I'm a freshman and I'm a point guard. 00:24:24
Come on, man. We got some hide back there. Come on. 00:24:29
I'm Amanda Tobert. I'm an earthquake, and I'm just manager. 00:24:33
I'm sorry, I'm an eighth day and I'm a manager. 00:24:41
I'm McKenzie. I'm an eighth grade and I'm a manager. 00:24:46
I'm I'm pressing on the 8th grade and I'm a manager. 00:24:53
I'm on. I'm a 6th grader and I'm a manager. 00:24:58
Do we get them all coached? 00:25:03
That's good. All right, Commissioner James. 00:25:07
Ladies, I want you to do one thing, go home and thank your parents. Because as a parent, I can tell you this is exhausting. You 00:25:10
guys are in the sports. We're old. We just want to stay home. And so thank you. You go home and you thank your parents. In fact, I 00:25:16
want you to look at your parents and say you have always been right. 00:25:22
You're not repeating after me. You have always been right. You have never been wrong. I love you, Mom and dad, and I'll never 00:25:30
misbehave ever again. 00:25:34
Nobody's repeating after me, ladies. I want you to remember how you feel right now because the feeling is, is something you can 00:25:40
carry with you through life. You can go through life and you can say, geez, that one time when we're in basketball and we worked 00:25:46
hard and we won back-to-back state titles, I remember what it was to commit myself and I remember what it was to achieve. 00:25:52
Same lessons apply in life. They set your mind to it, commit yourself, achieve congratulations. God bless you. 00:25:59
Mr. BUCK Wow. It just reminds me the days when I got to play basketball and we weren't as successful as you always, Greeley West. 00:26:07
But I have to tell you, look around you. This is your core. You, you've gone through something that's been absolutely fantastic 00:26:12
and you will carry these friendships probably for the rest of your life, because I know I still have my basketball buddies 00:26:17
outside. 00:26:22
And and and all over the state and all over the US. So stay in touch with each other because it took teamwork to get where you are 00:26:28
today. So congratulations again. 00:26:33
Mr. Singh, that's in the. Again, congratulations. We're also very, very proud of you and thank you for representing Weldon County 00:27:15
and both your conduct, your character and of course we do love winning, but you're. 00:27:21
Has been said before, you're going to remember this the rest of your life and this that will that will carry you forward when when 00:27:27
life gets difficult. So again, congratulations. 00:27:31
Here's what I want to add. What a wonderful time to be in woman's athletics. When you watch NCAA woman's Final Four, that garners 00:27:37
more TV audience than the men's did this year. And the superstars of the woman's basketball teams outweighed the names on the 00:27:44
men's basketball teams. Ladies, it's an awesome opportunity and it's a great time to be in women's athletics as a proud father of 00:27:52
two great daughters. It's it's it's humbling to to see this and it's about time. 00:27:59
You have an amazing coach, Coach Nicholas. You do an awesome job with these young ladies. You're able to transform them. You teach 00:28:08
them great life lessons. But it's amazing to watch how you cultivate them with their basketball skills from a young age and bring 00:28:14
them up through. And it's skills that go on way past high school. You get your girls will have a good time playing Jenna. That 00:28:20
shot you hit to win the game is an athletic shot. 00:28:26
You can play anywhere that that that's a pure basketball shot. That was amazing to watch. So fun watching you guys win. It's a 00:28:35
pleasure to be here today and and congratulate you guys and with that we would love to take a picture with y'all up here if that's 00:28:39
OK to celebrate. So come on up. 00:28:44
Balance, balance the floor. I'm going to get in the middle there. If we could get some of the girls on the end over here. 00:29:08
One ladies, we play both sides of the court. 00:29:19
Oh, that's perfect. 00:29:25
Did he just call you short? 00:29:31
I don't take that from him. 00:29:36
Are we ready? 00:29:40
Pair 123. 00:29:42
123. 00:29:45
Great job. Congratulations. 00:29:49
Thank you. 00:29:58
Thank you. 00:29:59
You probably have to go back to school, right? All right, drive safe. 00:30:37
We'll move on to Warrants. Item number one, General Warrants April 9th, 2024. 00:30:44
Motion from Commissioner Buck for approval, second by Commissioner James. Further discussion. 00:30:50
Hearing none all in favor signify by saying aye, aye, all opposed. Same sign and warrants past five to zero. 00:30:55
Bids item number one approved bid be 24,040. Various core and non core services for child welfare services, Department of Human 00:31:02
Services. Good morning Tony. 00:31:07
Good morning, Toby Taylor with Gold County Purchasing. The Department of Human Services has completed its review of 29 proposals 00:31:13
received through the Request for proposal process for Bid number B 2400040 for child welfare various services. 00:31:22
Attached to this memorandum are two documents, one noting the vendor and the services whose proposals are recommended for 00:31:31
contracts, and one noting proposals and services not being recommended at this time. 00:31:37
Please note that the vendors may appear on both lists if only partial services are being recommended for anyone vendor. 00:31:43
Of the 29 vendors who submitted proposals, the request is for approval to enter into agreements with 28 of these vendors, either 00:31:50
in full or partial services. As noted in the attachments in the packet, the board has one vendor, KPJ First Services, LLC. 00:31:58
Who responded to the solicitation is not being recommended per County Code 5460, paragraph 7. This section requires that when 00:32:06
evaluating, this consideration shall be given to the bidders previous record of performance and service, both internal and 00:32:13
external, the ability to of the bidder to render satisfactory service, and the quality and conformance to specifications. 00:32:20
This should be noted, on December of 2023, a contract with KPG First Services LLC was terminated. 00:32:29
For convenience for failing to meet contract specification because of this performance issue. 00:32:36
And contract termination. The Department of Human Service is not recommending award of any facets to KPG First Services. 00:32:42
All vendor, all other vendors and services listed at the service rates and the attachment are being recommended by Human Services 00:32:51
for the board to approve. 00:32:55
All right. Any questions for Toby? 00:33:01
Have you approved it be 24140? 00:33:04
Second motion by Commissioner James for approval of bid 24,040 second by Commissioner Buck for their discussion. 00:33:08
And none. All those in favor signify by saying aye, aye, all opposed. Same sign. And there'd be 24,040 passes, 5 to 0. 00:33:16
Item number two Approved bid D 24,032 Pavement Smoothness testing and grinding Department of Public Works as advertised. This bid 00:33:24
is for the 2024 payment Smoothness and Testing Grinding Services. One bid was received. It was from CPP Engineering. It needs 00:33:31
specifications and is under the budget projection. Therefore, Public Works is recommending the award to CPP Engineering Inc in the 00:33:39
amount of $236,403.40 as identified in the attached fee schedule. 00:33:47
Any questions for Toby second? 00:33:55
Motion to approve bid B 24,032 by Commissioner Freeman, second by Commissioner about further discussion. Hearing none All in favor 00:33:58
signify by saying aye all opposed Same sign and that bid passes 5 to 0. 00:34:04
Item number three Approved Bid B 24,061 VMware maintenance Weld Department of Information Technology 6. Bids were received for the 00:34:10
solicitation ranging from $107,979.90 to $123,526.36. 00:34:20
The information technology staff has reviewed these bid responses. The low bidder, say Tech Inc out of Fremont, CA, proposed the 00:34:29
lowest cost solution of $107,797.90. 00:34:36
And they meet specifications that are functionally documented in the bid process. 00:34:43
Therefore, the IT department is recommending the Board award this contract to say Tech Inc for the total amount of $107,979.90. 00:34:48
Any questions for? 00:34:59
Second motion to approve bid 24,061 by commissioner box. Second by Commissioner James. Further discussion hearing none All those 00:35:01
in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign and D they'd be 24,061 passes unanimously. Thanks Toby. 00:35:08
Who is this? Item number one, Consider Contract ID 7948 Expenditure Authorization, Work Plan for Workforce Innovation and 00:35:17
Opportunity Act. We owe a program for supplemental employment support funds, ESF for paving the Access to Careers and Employment 00:35:22
PACE initiative and authorized Chair to sign electronically. Good morning, Jamie. Good morning, Commissioners. Jamie Oreck, 00:35:28
Department of Human Services. This is an. 00:35:34
Expenditure authorization that we're bringing forward to today in the amount of 164,000 and $9 for our employment support funds in 00:35:42
order to support our paving, access to careers and employment, our our PACE initiative. Our request this morning is approval of 00:35:48
the expenditure authorization. And just to note, all of the funding that we're talking about here is provided to us through the 00:35:54
Colorado Department of Labor and Employment. 00:36:01
Any questions for Jamie? Move to approve contract ID 7948. Motion by Commissioner James for approval of contract ID 7948 second by 00:36:08
Commissioner Buck. Further discussion None. All those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign and contract ID 00:36:14
7948 passes 5 to 0. 00:36:21
Item number two, consider contract ID 7957 Service Agreement and set up form for case management agency, CMA, after hours, 00:36:28
telephone answering services and authorized share to sign Odds group, LLC, DBA customer contact services. 00:36:35
Thank you. Through our case management agency we are required to provide after hours availability for our providers. We are 00:36:42
electing to do that via a answering phone service which is going to cost us about $49.00 for a 28 day cycle. We would like your 00:36:50
approval to enter into this contract. All of the funding used to support this would be through our contract with the Colorado 00:36:57
Department of Healthcare Policy and Financing. 00:37:04
OK. Any questions for Jamie? Look to approve second most of my commissioner bought for approval contract ID 7957 second by 00:37:12
commissioner James, further discussion. 00:37:16
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye, all opposed. Same sign and contract. ID 7957 passes 5 to 0. 00:37:22
Item number three consider Contract ID 7962 Case Management Agency, CMA Service Agreement Terms. 00:37:30
And conditions and Authorized Chair to sign My Heroes LLC. Thank you. This is a provider to our case Management agency that will 00:37:37
provide services for our Waiver Program recipients. 00:37:43
This we're requesting approval of this contract for the state approved rates and just a reminder that all of the funding is a pass 00:37:50
through from the Colorado Department of Healthcare Policy and Finance. 00:37:55
Any questions for Jamie? Move to approve second motion by Commissioner Freeman for approval of contract, ID 7962 Second by 00:38:02
Commissioner Buck. Further discussion. 00:38:06
Hearing none all those in favor signify by saying aye aye, All opposed. Same sign Contract ID 7962 passes 5 to 0 Item number four 00:38:12
Contract ID consider Contract ID 7963 Case Management Agency CMA Service Agreement Terms and Conditions and Authorized chair to 00:38:18
sign TLC Connection Agency. 00:38:24
Thank you. This is same information I presented on the last item and our request this morning is approval of this contract. 00:38:30
Group Contract ID 7963 Second motion by Commissioner James for approval of contract ID 79637 by Commissioner Buck. Further 00:38:39
discussion. 00:38:43
And then all those in favor signify by saying aye aye, all opposed. Same sign contract ID 7963 passes 5 to 0. 00:38:48
Item number 5 Consider Contract ID 7983 Agreement for Foster care, Arrested service, Arrested services, and Authorized Chair to 00:38:58
sign Madison Bergman. 00:39:02
Thank you. This contract would be to provide respite services by this individual. This is a respite provider home that cannot find 00:39:08
where they're located. But oh Frederick, Co our request this morning is approval of the respite contract. 00:39:16
All right. Questions. 00:39:25
Move to approve motion by Commissioner about the approval of contract ID 7983 second by Commissioner James. Further discussion. 00:39:28
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye, aye, all opposed. Same sign. 00:39:35
Contract ID 7983 passes 5 to 0. Item number six consider Contract ID 7964 Individual provider contract for purchase of foster care 00:39:41
services in a foster care Home and authorized Chair to sign Bennett and Madison Bergman. Thank you. This is a new certified foster 00:39:48
care provider in Frederick, Co and our request this morning is approval of the contract. Move to approve second. Got a motion from 00:39:55
Commissioner Freeman for approval of Contract ID 7964 second by Commissioner Buck. Further discussion. 00:40:02
Any. None, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign and contract ID 7964 passes 5 to 0. 00:40:10
Item number seven, consider contract ID 7984 individual provider contract for purchase of foster care services in a foster care 00:40:18
home and authorized chair to sign Bradley Hilton and Devin Molyneux. Thank you. This is a new certified kinship foster care 00:40:24
provider in Greeley, Co and our request this morning is approval of the contract. 00:40:31
Move to approve contract at E 7984. Motion by Commissioner James for approval of contract, ID 7984. Commissioner Buck seconded 00:40:38
that. Any further discussion? 00:40:43
And then all those in favor signify by saying aye all opposed. Same sign Contract ID 7984 passes 5 to 0. Thank you, Jamie. Item 00:40:48
number 8 Consider Contract ID 8016, Business Associate Agreement and Population Health Service Agreement and addendum for 00:40:55
Protected Health Information Phi pursuant to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Accountability Act, HIPAA, AN 00:41:03
authorized chair to sign a Lara Group, Inc DBA Vital Insight. Good morning. 00:41:10
Good morning, Kelly Lefler with Human Resources. As shown in a past round that was circulated on April 2nd and approved by all 5 00:41:18
Commissioners, Human Resources is requesting agreements to be signed with Vital Insights. 00:41:24
Which is a vendor that had originally been working with our previous benefits broker providing analysis of our current health 00:41:30
plans to include program utilization and insight into plan management along with the employee medical clinic utilization. With the 00:41:36
transfer to a new insurance broker, the agreements now need to be made between Willard County and Vital Insights. 00:41:42
That have vital insights continue the plan analysis. The cost associated with this agreement will be paid for with annual funds 00:41:48
provided by Aetna and will not come out of broad county budget. 00:41:53
Human Resources is asking the board to approve continuing services with vital insights and population of health services by 00:41:58
signing the Business Associate Agreement, Population Health Agreement and the Addendum. 00:42:03
Any questions for Kelly? Move to approve Contract ID 8016. 00:42:10
Motion by Commissioner James for Approval Contract, ID 8016, Second by Commissioner Freeman. Further discussion. 00:42:15
None. All those in favor signify by saying aye, all opposed. Same sign and contract ID passes 5 to 0. Thank you Kelly. Item number 00:42:21
9. Considering knowledgement of festival permit application and authorized chair to sign Satire Brewing Company Inc Good morning, 00:42:27
Matthew. Good morning commissioners. Matt Conroy assistant County Attorney training. So this is a little bit of a new one for 00:42:33
everybody. So before you is a resolution signifying this board has no objection to satire Billing company is a brewery licensed by 00:42:40
the city of Thornton. 00:42:46
To sell alcohol important. And then they wish to sell alcohol at a festival at the Wild Animal Sanctuary on May 2nd. 00:42:52
Wild County does not have any sort of festival permit for this from a liquor licensing perspective. But we do have a limited 00:43:02
events permit from a planning and zoning perspective. And so essentially this resolution is just authorizing the charitable sign 00:43:08
indicating that as the Wild animal sanctuary has a use by special review permits that such that there is no zoning issue with them 00:43:14
hosting this festival and as the. 00:43:19
Really has a liquor license from the City of Thornton. We don't have any issue with them selling alcohol ad there's licensed Event 00:43:25
Center notifying the state of that fact. And so this is not a public hearing or anything, but just authorizing the chair to submit 00:43:31
the comments to the Department of Revenue. 00:43:36
Any questions for Matt? Move to approve the resolution second. 00:43:43
And a motion from Commissioner James for approval of the resolution, second by Commissioner, saying further discussion. 00:43:47
None. All those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign and the resolution passes 5 to 0. Thank you, Matt. Item 00:43:52
number 10. Consider appointment to North Front Range Water Quality Board. 00:43:58
Mr. Chair, I moved to approve the appointment of Elizabeth Railford as to the Front Range Waters Quality Board with an expiration 00:44:06
date of on that term of December 31st, 2024. All right motion by Commissioner Freeman by Commissioner Buck for approval of 00:44:13
appointment of Elizabeth Albert to the NFR Water Quality Board for their discussion. 00:44:20
All right. Roll call though, please. 00:44:29
Mike Freeman, yes, Scott, James, what are you saying? 00:44:33
Hurry back. 00:44:37
Kevin Ross Yes, let the record reflect that passes for to oil with commissioner saying voting no. That concludes new business 00:44:39
brings us to planning. 00:44:43
Item number one consider 2. Decommissioning plans except collateral for site specific development plan and used by special review 00:44:49
permit US R22-0027 for solar Energy facilities SEF outside of subdivisions and historic town sites in the A agricultural zone 00:44:58
district and authorized chair to sign CBEP Land to LLC. Care. CBEP Solar TO LLC and CARE CBEP Solar 8 LLC Kim. 00:45:07
Hi, good morning. Commissioners came over the park funding services. USI 220027 was for a solar energy facility in the zone 00:45:16
district was approved by the board on January 4th of 2022. 00:45:22
Part of the resolution included condition of approval for C. 00:45:28
As states, the applicant shows some is an irrevocable standby letter of credit bond or alternative form of security. 00:45:33
In the amount sufficient to firmly estimated decommissioning and reclamation costs as required by Section 23410 Thirty B, Four 00:45:40
Other World can code, the applicant submitted a decommissioning and reclamation plan for planning services, determining that the 00:45:45
decision reclamation plan to be complete. 00:45:51
The applicant also submitted a performance bond in the amount of 160,161.05 dollars for the ZBEP Solar Two LLC. 00:45:58
Completing the project. 00:46:09
Which was that Performance Bond ends in 0594. They also submitted a Performance bond amount of $89,049.42. 00:46:12
The CBEP saw Eight LLC. 00:46:23
And that performance gone into 0595 to address the decommissioning of the solar energy facility? 00:46:26
The applicant submitted both the plan and performance ranks were reviewed by staff who didn't complete. The performance bounds 00:46:34
were reviewed by the Board on pass around on March 28th, with all 5 commissioners requesting be placed on today's agenda. Stanford 00:46:41
remains approval of the new commissioning plan acceptance of the two performance bonds ending in number 05941095. 00:46:48
Respectable as they compile with 23410 thirty before the world 10 code. 00:46:56
All right. Any questions for Kim? 00:47:00
Moved to approve second motion by Commissioner Freeman for approval of the two decommissioning plans and the collateral acceptance 00:47:04
second by Commissioner James. Further discussion. 00:47:08
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye all opposed, same sign and that item passes 5 to 0. Thank you Kim. 00:47:13
Right mommy, I remember 2. Consider decommissioning plan and accept collateral for a site specific development plan and used by 00:47:22
special review permit USR 21-0023 for solar energy facility in the A agricultural zone district in this land company LLC. Care of 00:47:28
Oberlin Solar LLC. 00:47:33
Good morning. Good morning, commissioners. Molly Wright, Department of Planning Services for your consideration is a is a letter 00:47:39
of credit associated with USR 21-0023. 00:47:45
For a solar energy facility, which was conditionally approved by the Board of County Commissioners on March 16, 2022. 00:47:51
Conditional approval condition of approval #5A States in part The applicant shall submit an irrevocable. 00:47:57
Standby Letter Credit Bond or Alternate Alternate UH. 00:48:05
Form of security in the amount sufficient to the fund estimated in the decommissioning and reclamation costs. 00:48:11
The decommissioning plan submitted by the applicant has been reviewed by the Department of Planning Services. A decommissioning 00:48:20
bond in the amount of $300,000 has been submitted by the applicant to address decommissioning and reclamation of the facility. 00:48:27
The letter of credit was reviewed on Pastoral on April 3rd by all 5 county commissioners. 00:48:35
Staff recommends approval of the decommissioning plan and the acceptance of the letter of credit as it complies with Section 00:48:40
23-4-1030B, four of the Royal Kenny Code and will satisfy condition of approval 5A of USR 23-21-0023. 00:48:48
I'm happy to answer any questions. Anybody any questions for Molly? 00:48:57
Move to approve second and a motion for approval from Commissioner Freeman of the Decommissioning Plan and the Acceptance of 00:49:04
Collateral Second by Commissioner James. Further discussion. 00:49:09
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye, all opposed. Same sign and that item passes 5 to 0. Thank you. Brings 00:49:14
us to public comment. Is there anybody in the public that wishes to speak this morning? If so, please come to the podium, state 00:49:19
your name and address. Keep your comments to 3 minutes. 00:49:25
If there's nobody that can come to the podium, you can still submit those the old fashioned way by mailing them to PO Box 758, 00:49:31
Eleven Fifty O Street Green, Colorado 80632. Or you can e-mail them to ctv@weld.gov or always feel free to stop by and say hi to 00:49:38
us in the office. So with that, I'll go ahead and close public comment and it's 933. We stand adjourned. 00:49:45
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