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ROLL CALL

MINUTES

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MINUTES

READ ORDINANCE BY AUDIO

CERTIFICATION OF HEARINGS

AMENDMENTS TO AGENDA

CONSENT AGENDA

PROCLAMATIONS: 1) REUNIFICATION MONTH – JUNE 2024

WARRANTS: 1) GENERAL WARRANTS – MAY 28, 29, and 31, 2024

2) COMMISSIONER WARRANTS (SCOTT K. JAMES) – MAY 31, 2024

BIDS: 1) APPROVE BID #B2400017, 2024 FORD INTERCEPTOR UTILITY BASE (K8A - QTY 2) – DEPARTMENT OF FLEET SERVICES AND SHERIFF'S OFFICE

2) APPROVE BID #B2400092, WELD COUNTY FUEL – DEPARTMENT OF FLEET SERVICES

3) APPROVE BID #B2400083, COURTHOUSE AND CENTENNIAL CENTER HOT WATER GENERATOR AND CHILLED WATER PUMP REPLACEMENT – FACILITIES DEPARTMENT

4) APPROVE BID #B2400091, SECURITY CAMERA EQUIPMENT AND LICENSING ACQUISITION – FACILITIES DEPARTMENT

5) APPROVE BID #B2400072, CISCO NETWORK SWITCHES OPERATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES (OT) – DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

6) PRESENT BID #B2400087, AUDIO AND VISUAL (AV) CABLING – DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

7) PRESENT BID #B2400088, SHERIFF'S OFFICE (SO) CAMERA CABLING – DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

8) PRESENT BID #B2400094, CARBIDE CUTTING BITS – DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

9) PRESENT BID #B2400096, 2024 STEEL BID FOR FENCING AND MISCELLANEOUS PRODUCTS – DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

10) PRESENT BID #B2400097, 2024 STEEL BID FOR CORRUGATED METAL PIPE, ALUMINIZED PIPE, AND PLASTIC CULVERTS – DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

NEW BUSINESS: 1) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #8203 INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT FOR WELD COUNTY DRUG TASK FORCE AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN AND SUBMIT ELECTRONICALLY – CITIES OF GREELEY AND EVANS POLICE DEPARTMENTS

2) CONSIDER STANDARD FORM, RATES, AND PROVIDER LIST FOR INDIVIDUAL PROVIDER CONTRACTS FOR PURCHASE OF FOSTER CARE SERVICES IN A FOSTER CARE HOME BETWEEN DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES AND VARIOUS PROVIDERS, AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN CONTRACTS CONSISTENT WITH SAID FORM

3) CONSIDER STANDARD FORM, RATES, AND PROVIDER LIST FOR AGREEMENTS FOR FOSTER CARE RESPITE SERVICES BETWEEN DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES AND VARIOUS PROVIDERS, AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN CONTRACTS CONSISTENT WITH SAID FORM

4) CONSIDER STANDARD FORM, RATES, AND PROVIDER LIST FOR AGREEMENTS FOR THERAPEUTIC FOSTER CARE RESPITE SERVICES BETWEEN DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES AND VARIOUS PROVIDERS, AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN CONTRACTS CONSISTENT WITH SAID FORM

5) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #8205 INDIVIDUAL PROVIDER CONTRACT FOR PURCHASE OF FOSTER CARE SERVICES IN A FOSTER CARE HOME AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN – BRADLEY AND HILARY KING

6) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #8248 AMENDMENT #3 TO INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT FOR AGING AND DISABILITY RESOURCES FOR COLORADO (ADRC) TRANSITION- RELATED REFERRALS AND OPTIONS COUNSELING, AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN AND SUBMIT ELECTRONICALLY

7) CONSIDER CONTRACT IDS #8250 - #8254 FIVE (5) MEMORANDUMS OF UNDERSTANDING FOR FRONT RANGE COMMUNICATIONS CONSORTIUM (FRCC) INTEROPERABILITY RADIO CHANNEL SHARING AND USE BETWEEN WELD COUNTY REGIONAL COMMUNICATIONS CENTER (WCRCC) AND VARIOUS AGENCIES, AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR AND DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS TO SIGN

8) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #8120 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT FOR SECURITY SERVICES AT 2024 WELD COUNTY FAIR AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN – ALL-SEASON EVENTS AND SECURITY, LLC

9) CONSIDER GRANT APPLICATION AND WORK PLAN FOR HIGH-IMPACT HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS (HIV) PREVENTION PROGRAM, AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN ELECTRONICALLY

10) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #8262 AMENDMENT #1 TO TASK ORDER CONTRACT FOR LOCAL PLANNING AND SUPPORT FOR CORE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES, AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN AND SUBMIT ELECTRONICALLY

11) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #8265 STATEMENT OF WORK FOR WASTE TIRE INSPECTION PROGRAM AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN

12) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #8269 AMENDMENT #3 TO TASK ORDER CONTRACT FOR COMMUNITIES THAT CARE YOUTH SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION PROGRAM AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN AND SUBMIT ELECTRONICALLY

13) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #8270 TASK ORDER CONTRACT FOR PUBLIC HEALTH PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE PROGRAM, AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN AND SUBMIT ELECTRONICALLY

14) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #8111 INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT FOR TRAFFIC SIGNAL INSTALLATION, OPERATION, AND MAINTENANCE FOR CRS 13 AND 2 INTERSECTION (AKA COLORADO BLVD AND 168TH AVE), AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN – ADAMS COUNTY AND CITY OF THORNTON

15) CONSIDER ACCEPTANCE OF DEED OF DEDICATION FOR PUBLIC ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR PURCHASE OF CERTAIN PROPERTY FOR PUBLIC ROAD IMPROVEMENTS FOR CR 41 AND SH 52 INTERSECTION PROJECT, AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN – MICHAEL DREILING

16) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #8267 APPLICATION FOR 2024 HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM FUNDS FOR NORTHEAST ALL-HAZARDS REGION AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR AND DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE TO SIGN ELECTRONICALLY

17) CONSIDER DECLARATION OF CERTAIN EQUIPMENT AS SURPLUS PROPERTY, APPROVE SALE OF SAME AT AUCTION WITH ROLLER AND ASSOCIATES, AND DELEGATE AUTHORITY TO CONTROLLER TO SIGN ANY NECESSARY DOCUMENTS

18) CONSIDER DECLARING WELD COUNTY A “TENTH AMENDMENT SANCTUARY COUNTY”

PLANNING: 1) FIRST READING OF CODE ORDINANCE #2024-06, IN THE MATTER OF REPEALING AND REENACTING, WITH AMENDMENTS, CHAPTER 29 BUILDING REGULATIONS OF THE WELD COUNTY CODE (NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE)

2) FINAL READING OF CODE ORDINANCE #2024-04, IN THE MATTER OF REPEALING AND REENACTING, WITH AMENDMENTS, CHAPTER 23 ZONING OF THE WELD COUNTY CODE (ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS AND R-1 REVISIONS)

3) FINAL READING OF CODE ORDINANCE #2024-08, IN THE MATTER OF REPEALING AND REENACTING, WITH AMENDMENTS, CHAPTER 24 SUBDIVISIONS OF THE WELD COUNTY CODE (RURAL LAND DIVISIONS [RLDF])

PUBLIC COMMENT

All right, with that, we'll go ahead and convene the Board of County Commissioners meeting with the record reflect all five out of 00:00:02
five commissioners are here today. 00:00:07
First off, approval of minutes. Item number one, Approval of minutes, May 13th, 2024. 00:00:13
Second, you got a motion by Commissioner Buck for approval minutes, May 13, 2024. Second, by Commissioner Freeman. Further 00:00:19
discussion. 00:00:22
And none, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign. And May 13th minutes pass 520, item number two, 00:00:26
approval of minutes. May 15th, 2024. 00:00:32
Motion by Commissioner James for approval minutes, May 15, 2024, Second by Commissioner Block. Further discussion hearing none. 00:00:39
All those in favor signify by saying aye, aye. All opposed. Same sign and May 15th minutes approved 5 to 0. Item number three, 00:00:45
Approval of minutes, May 20th, 2024. 00:00:51
We'll approve. Second motion by Commissioner Freeman for approval. Minutes, May 20th, 2024, second by Commissioner. Further 00:00:58
discussion. 00:01:01
None, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed save sign and May 20th meeting minutes approved 5 to 0 read 00:01:05
ordinance by audio read code ordinance 2024-065 Audio agreed. Code Ordinance 2024 Dash 06 Pi audio 2nd. 00:01:14
Motion by Commissioner James to read Total Ordinance 20/24/06 by audio, second by Commissioner by further discussion. 00:01:23
And then I was in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign and coordinates 20/24/06 will be read by audio 00:01:30
certification of hearings Hearings conducted on May 13th, 2024. Number one LEP 24 dash oh oh oh one. Benjamin Marman and Jenna 00:01:37
Zephyr. Item number two, petition for vacation of a portion of County Road 78 between Union Pacific right away and County Road 37 00:01:44
Royal County Department of Public Works. 00:01:51
Are the certified hearings second? Motion by Commissioner James to certify hearing second by Commissioner Freeman? Any further 00:01:59
discussion? 00:02:02
And then I was in favor signify by saying aye, aye, all opposed, same sign and certification of hearings and passes 5 to 0 00:02:06
amendments to the agenda. Houston, we have any amendments to today's agenda? All right, Mr. Chair, I move to remove the arbitrary 00:02:12
15 minute from public comment today. 00:02:18
Motion from Commissioner saying is there a second? 00:02:24
A motion dies with no second with that approval of consent agenda. Move to approve second motion by Commissioner Freeman to 00:02:28
approve consent agenda second by Commissioner James. Further discussion. 00:02:34
And then all those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign and consent. Agenda passes 5 to 0. 00:02:41
To ensure the safety for their children and whereas because of the important bond. 00:03:22
Thank you, Mr. Chair, and thank you, Commissioner, so much for this recognition of our Reunification Month. We celebrate every 00:04:01
June as National Reunification Month just to recognize the efforts that help keep families together and help them stay together. 00:04:08
This year's theme is we Believe in the Resiliency and strength of families, and it focuses on 4 main components, partnering with 00:04:16
families to aid in mitigating danger and harm concerns without removing children. 00:04:23
Welcome to attend and we invite you to do so. And we're going to use that time to celebrate the families who are reunified or have 00:05:03
been able to remain home. In 2023, fifty 8% of close child welfare cases closed with children at home with their parents. And so 00:05:11
far this year, 68% of close child welfare cases has resulted in reunification. And in 2023, ninety 7% of intake child welfare 00:05:19
cases transferred or closed with children remaining home. 00:05:26
I don't know if our family was able to make it. We wanted to highlight a specific family here this morning. Unfortunately, they 00:05:34
were unable to make it. But it's just a really great opportunity for us to highlight all of the hard work when families ensure, 00:05:42
you know, crisis situations, really working together with the the systems in place and the supports in place to make sure that we 00:05:49
can reunify and keep children with their families. I do want to highlight where our amazing staff who are here today who? 00:05:56
Again, it's not just one month out of the year, it's every single day. They work very, very hard to keep children at home and 00:06:04
reunify those children that do have to leave home for a period of time. And they're just so passionate about the work that they 00:06:10
do. And I'm so proud of this World County team. If you could please stand when I say your name. These are all child welfare staff. 00:06:16
Heather Walker. 00:06:22
Robin Overmyer, Julie Readley. Stacy Devore. 00:06:29
Danny, Danny Jube, Siobhan, Timothy Felice, Shelby Bergen, Jen Palmer, Jen Fogg, Alex Moran, Aaron's, Jackie Rivas, Jackie 00:06:35
Underwood, Lindsay Holmes, Jason Ariano and of course, Tammy Grant. Did I miss anybody? 00:06:46
OK, thank you so much for this amazing team. We couldn't do it without them. They do amazing work, so thank you. 00:06:58
Thank you. I just want to say when I got the chance to spend time with Human Services department, I just was in awe, just awe and 00:07:43
humble to work alongside you and just want to thank you so much for all that you do for our citizens of Well County. We are so, so 00:07:50
proud of you and we're just fortunate to get to work with you And thank you so much for all that you do and your team, Jamie and 00:07:58
Tammy, amazing. Thank you. Thank you. Well said guys. 00:08:05
I would agree. Thank you guys for what you do for for kids and families every day. It's a lot of work and. 00:08:13
Couldn't be prouder of the work you do keeping those families together and bringing them together for that opportunity. So I want 00:09:25
to say thank you. And Jamie, we've got a nice proclamation if you and your team want to come up and love to have a picture. Thank 00:09:29
you, Thank you. 00:09:32
So you're fine. 00:09:42
Guys kind of distribute evenly over here. 00:10:10
We need some of these people to come over here maybe. 00:10:16
Thank you. All right, everybody ready 123. 00:10:20
Thank you. 00:10:31
Appreciate it. 00:10:37
Alright, Warrants item number one. General Warrants May 28th, 29th and 31st of 2024. 00:11:02
Second motion to approve general warrants from a 2829 thirty first, like Mr. James said by Mr. Buck for the discussion. 00:11:09
And then all those in favor signify by saying aye, aye opposed, same sign. And your rewards passes 5 to 0. Item number two, 00:11:16
Commissioner Warren Scott K James, May 31st, 2024. Motion by Commissioner Buck to approve. Scott K James Warren second by 00:11:25
Commissioner Freeman. Further discussion hearing none. All those in favor signify by saying aye, aye, all opposed, same sign. 00:11:35
Reflect that recuse please. You're right, sorry about that. 00:11:44
He got that, Houston. All right, thank you very much. Let the record reflect that passes four to zero with Commissioner James 00:11:47
recusing. My apologies for sign saying that. 00:11:52
Item number one for bids welcome, Toby. 00:11:59
Approved bid be 24,000 seventeen 2024 Forward Interceptor Utility Base K8A quantity 2 Department of Fleet Services and Sheriff's 00:12:03
Office. Good morning Toby Taylor with purchasing as advertised. This bid is for the Sheriff's Office 2024 Interceptor K8A Quantity 00:12:11
2. The low bidder was from Ken Garth Ford of Greeley for a total of $81,790.00 and meets all specifications. Therefore, the Fleet 00:12:20
Services Department is recommending the award of this bid to Ken Garforth. 00:12:28
All right question to approve second motion by Commissioner Freeman approved bid B 24,017 second by Commissioner Buck. Further 00:12:37
discussion. 00:12:41
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye all opposed same sign and that passes 5 to 0 I #2 Approved bid be 00:12:46
24,092 Will County fuel Department of Fleet services as advertised, this bid is for fleet services fuel and propane supply. The 00:12:54
low bidder for fuel is Team petroleum and the amount of $2.87 per gallon average at the time of this bid and it means 00:13:02
specifications. The low bid for propane is LP propane in the amount of $1.27. 00:13:10
Per gallon on average at the time of this bid and it too meets all specifications. Therefore, well County Fleet Service recommends 00:13:18
the award of fuel to Team Petroleum and the award of propane to LP Propane. All right, questions for Toby move to approve. 00:13:26
Motion by Commissioner James approve could be 24,092, second by Commissioner Freeman. Further discussion hearing none. All those 00:13:36
in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed same sign and it'd be 24,092. Passes 5 to 0. Item number three approved bid be 00:13:42
24,083. Courthouse and Centennial Center Hot Water Generator and Chilled Water Pump Replacement Facilities Department as 00:13:49
advertising status for the replacement of three hot water generators at 1 water pumps at the Centennial Center and Weld County 00:13:55
Court Courthouse complex. 00:14:02
The low bid is from Air System Engineering and need specifications. Therefore the Facilities Department is recommending the award 00:14:08
to Air System and Engineering in the amount of $207,978.25. 00:14:15
Questions for Toby. Motion by Commissioner saying to approve MID BE 24,083 second by Commissioner Buck. Any further questions? 00:14:23
Hearing none all in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign and bid be 24,083 passes 5 to 0. 00:14:31
#4 Approved bid BE 24,091 Security Camera Equipment and Licensing Acquisition Facilities Department as advertised. This bid was 00:14:39
for Security Cameras Equipment and Licensing Facilities Department. Received 7 bids in this for this response. The low bid was 00:14:47
from Stem Consultants, Inc and did not meet specification. They did not provide any of the required licensing in their bid. The 00:14:54
second low bid was from Howard Technology Solutions and it too did not be specifications. 00:15:02
As they did not include the required licensing for the specifications. The third low bid was from Quiero LLC and also did not be 00:15:09
specifications due to not providing the camera licensing. The 4th low bid was from Paladyne Technologies and it does meet 00:15:16
specifications and that it provided all of the licensing. Therefore, Facilities is recommending award to Paladyne Technologies in 00:15:24
the amount of $77,822. 00:15:31
Alright, questions for Toby. Move to approve second motion by Commissioner Freeman to approve bid B 24,091 second by Commissioner 00:15:38
James. Further discussion. 00:15:43
None, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed same sign and be A D 24,091 passes 5 to 0 and #5 Approved bid B 00:15:48
24,072 Cisco Network Switches Operational Technologies OT Department of Information Technology. Two bids were received ranging 00:15:58
from $77,670.40 to $119,839.28. The Information Technology staff have reviewed these responses as Navarro, Inc out of Denver. 00:16:09
Proposes the lowest cost solution at $77,670.40 and it meets specifications. Therefore, the Department of Information Technology 00:16:20
is recommending the award to Savaro Inc out of Denver. All right questions for Toby. Motion by commissioner saying for approval of 00:16:27
bid B 24,072 second by Commissioner Buck. Further discussion. 00:16:34
None, all in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed, same sign and there'd be 24,072 passes 5 to 0. Item number six 00:16:43
presented the 24,087 Audio and Visual AV Cabling Department of Information Technology. 00:16:50
4 vendors have replied to the solicitation. The Department of Information Technology is reviewing those replies and anticipates 00:16:58
bringing a recommendation to the Board on June 17th, 2024. Alright, questions for Toby. 00:17:04
Item number 7 presented B 24,088 Sheriff's Office so camera cabling Department of Information Technology. 00:17:12
3 vendors have replied to the solicitation. The Department of Information Technology is reviewing those bills replies and 00:17:19
anticipates bringing a recommendation to the Board on June 17th, 2024. Questions for Tilly. 00:17:25
All right, item number 8 present there be 24,094 carbide cutting bits. Department of Public Works. 5 vendors have replied to the 00:17:33
solicitation of the Department of Public Works, are reviewing those replies and anticipates bringing recommendation to the Board 00:17:38
on June 17th, 2024. 00:17:44
Questions were Tommy. 00:17:51
All right, item number nine President BE 24,096 2020 4 Steel Bid for fencing Miscellaneous Products Department of Public Works. 00:17:54
One vendor has replied to the solicitation. The Public Works Department is reviewing that reply and anticipates bringing a 00:18:00
recommendation to the Board on June 17th, 2024. 00:18:06
Excellent. Any questions for Toby? 00:18:12
And finally, item number 10, present bid BE 24,090 seven 2024 still bid for corrugated metal pipe, aluminized pipe and plastic 00:18:16
coverts. Department of Public Works. One vendor has replied to the solicitation. The Public Works Department is reviewing that 00:18:22
reply and anticipates bringing a recommendation to the board on June 17th, 2024. Any questions for Toby? 00:18:29
The IGA covers a term of five consecutive years and ends on the 31st of March 2029. The County Attorney reviewed the IGA legal 00:19:13
language and the past round was reviewed and signed by all 5 Commissioners on the 10th of May, 2024. 00:19:22
Good morning Commissioners Jamie or Department of Human Services. This is an annual required child welfare CWS Dash 7A agreement 00:20:04
and it's the purpose of this one is for the purchase of out of home fostering kinship care. This also includes the template and 00:20:12
the provider list for 2024 and 2025 and our request is approval of the contract. All right, questions for you to approve. Second 00:20:19
motion by Commissioner Freeman, second by Commissioner Buck to approve. 00:20:26
The standard form rates and provider list for the individual provider contracts contract. Any further discussion hearing none. All 00:20:35
those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed same sign and that item passes 5 to 0. Item number two, consider standard 00:20:40
form rates and provide a list for agreements. 00:20:46
Foster care, respite services between Department of Human Services and various providers and authorized chairs signed contracts 00:20:51
consistent with said form. 00:20:54
Thank you. This is the respite care agreement template for those foster homes that also provide respite care and also the provider 00:20:58
list for 2024-2025 respite care providers. And our request this morning is approval of the agreement template. 00:21:07
Excellent. Any questions for Jamie? 00:21:17
Any questions to approve second motion by Commissioner Freeman, Second by Commissioner Buck for approval of the respite care 00:21:55
therapeutic foster homes. Any further discussion? 00:22:00
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye, all opposed same sign and that item carries 5 to 0 and #5 consider 00:22:06
contract ID 8205 individual provider contract for purchase of foster care services in the foster care home and authorized chair to 00:22:13
sign Bradley and Hillary King. Thank you. This is a fully certified foster care provider in Longmont, Co and our request is 00:22:19
approval of the contract. All right, any questions for Jamie? 00:22:25
Move to approve second motion by Commissioner Freeman for approval of Contract 8205 signed by Commissioner James. Further 00:22:33
discussion during any All those in favor signify by saying aye. All opposed same side and contract. ID 8205 passes 5 to 0. Item 00:22:40
number six consider contract 8248 amendment 3 to Intergovernmental Agreement for Aging and Disability Resources for Colorado ADRC 00:22:47
transition related referrals and options, counseling and authorized chair assignments and electronic. 00:22:54
Thank you. This is amendment #3 to the existing agreement which extends the terms through June 30th, 2025, and it updates the 00:23:02
contract maximum and amends the quarterly payment to the Department of Human Services. A request this morning is approval of 00:23:07
amendment #3 All right. 00:23:13
Questions for Jamie contract. ID 8248. Second motion by Commissioner James to approve contract. ID 8248. Amendment to #3 second by 00:23:19
Commissioner. Further discussion. Alright hearing none. All in favor signify by saying aye aye. All those opposed same sign and 00:23:26
item carries 5 to 0. Thanks Jamie. Item number seven consider contract ID is 8250 and 82545. Memorandums of understanding for 00:23:34
Front Range Communications Consortium FRCC. 00:23:41
Bruce provides an appropriate support to our agencies as well as additional resources to our citizens that is much needed. There 00:24:22
is no cost of welcoming regarding this MOU. My request this morning is approval of the memorandum and authorize the chair design. 00:24:28
All right, any questions for Mr. Bustos move to approve second motion by Commissioner Brock for approval of contract IDs 82538254. 00:24:35
Any other? 00:24:41
Questions all right, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed same sign and contract ID is 82538254 past five to 00:24:49
zero. Thank you Mr. Rustos. Item number 8 consider contract ID 8120 professional services agreement for security services at 2024 00:24:56
well County Fair authorized shares signed All seasons events and security LLC. 00:25:04
Good morning, Good morning, Commissioners. Michaela Gabriel, Department of Extension Services in Wall County Fair coordinator this 00:25:13
morning. This is to be our security contract for the week of the fair. This company is required. 00:25:20
Is requested by the city of Greeley as well. So our request this morning is the approval of the contract. All right, Any questions 00:25:28
for McKinnon move to approve second motion by Commissioner block for approval of contract ID 8120. Second by Commissioner James 00:25:36
further discussion hearing none. All those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed same sign and contract ID 8120 passes 5 00:25:44
to 0. Thanks McKenna #9. Consider grant application work plan for high impact human immunodeficiency virus HIV prevention program. 00:25:52
Unauthorized chair to sign electronically. Morning, Jason. Good morning, commissioners. Jason, Treasurer with the health 00:26:00
department. Our department is seeking the Board authorization to apply for a HIV prevention grant. Wealth County, based on 2023 00:26:06
data, was the fifth highest county with new infections of HIV in Colorado. Again, this is an application. This is a request for 00:26:12
the board's authorization for a grant to supplement our testing services and I recommend that the Board approve the grant 00:26:19
application. 00:26:25
All right. Any questions for Jason? I would approve the resolution. Miss Sandy had a question. Yeah. Is this a program? Do we ask 00:26:32
for IDs for this particular program? 00:26:37
I'll respectfully be, I know today. 00:26:45
All right. I have a motion from Commissioner James for approval, second by Commissioner Freeman. 00:26:47
Any further discussion? 00:26:53
We'll call. Vote, please. Mike Freeman. Yes. Scott James. Yes. What are you saying? Perry Buck. Yes. Kevin. Us Yes. Let the record 00:26:55
reflect 4 out of five commissioners vote aye, with commissioner saying voting May. That item carries 4 to one. 00:27:03
Item number 10. 00:27:13
Consider contract ID 8262 amendment #1 the task order contract for local planning and support for core public health services. 00:27:15
Authorized chair to sign and submit electronically. 00:27:20
Thank you, Sir. This is annual funding that is allocated by the State of Colorado through the Department of Public Health and 00:27:26
Environment. It is based on population. For the year 2425, Weld County has been allocated $866,534 and before you, you have the 00:27:33
contract to execute that. 00:27:39
Funding. This was submitted to the Board on Pastor undated May 22nd, 2024 and I recommend that the Board approve this contract. 00:27:48
All right, any questions for Jason? 00:27:53
Second motion by Commissioner Freeman for approval of contract. ID 8262. Second by Commissioner James. Further discussion. 00:27:59
None, all those in favor signify by saying aye. All opposed save sign and that item carries 5 to 0. Item number 11 consider 00:28:06
contract ID 8265 statement work for waste tire inspection program and authorized chair to sign. 00:28:14
Thank you, Sir. This is a continuation of a program that our department has assisted the state with for several years. 00:28:22
Essentially, it pays for our staff time to conduct waste tower inspections for the facilities and haulers. It provides up to 3326 00:28:30
dollars in reimbursement for our staff time and I recommend that the board approve the contract. 00:28:38
All right. Any questions for Jason? Move to approve Motion by Commissioner James, second by Commissioner Pratt, Further 00:28:47
discussion. 00:28:51
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye all opposed. Same sign. Contract. ID 8265 Passes 5 to 0. Item number 00:28:55
12. Consider contract. ID 8269. Amendment #3 to task order contract for communities that care use substances abuse prevention 00:29:02
program. Program authorized chair to sign and submit electronically. 00:29:08
Thank you, Sir. This is year four of a five year contract. Renewal of a contract. The funding is used to support staff and efforts 00:29:16
to continue the Communities that Care model which addresses use, substance abuse prevention that includes marijuana, opioids, 00:29:25
other prescription drugs and alcohol. Again, this is year four of a five year contract. The grant, the maximum grant total is 00:29:33
$167,000. It was submitted to the board on a pastor undated May 21st of 2024 and I recommend that the Board approve this contract. 00:29:41
All right. Any questions for Jason? 00:29:50
Move to proof 2nd. 00:29:52
Motion by Commissioner Freeman for approval of contract. ID, 8269. Second by Commissioner James. Further discussion. 00:29:55
Hearing none all in favor signify by saying aye aye all opposed same sign any contract ID 8269 Passes 5 to 0 item number 13 00:30:01
Consider contract ID 8270 task order contract for public health preparedness and response program and authorized chair to science 00:30:07
and electronically. 00:30:13
Thank you. So this is a new five year contract, a new grant cycle that continues an existing program funded by state. This 00:30:20
particular grant supports 2 full time employees, 1A staff epidemiologist to this house at the health department. The second 00:30:27
employee is a public health emergency specialist that is housed with our Office of Emergency Management. The total, the maximum 00:30:34
grant funding for 2024-2025 fiscal year is 307,000 dollars, $307,071. 00:30:42
This was submitted to the Board on a pass around dated May 20th of 2024 and I recommend that the Board approve this contract, 00:30:50
right. Any questions for Jason? 00:30:54
Motion to approve contract to 8270 by Commissioner Box, second by Commissioner FREEMAN. Further discussion. 00:31:01
None, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign and contract ID 8270 passes 5 to 0. Thank you. Thanks, 00:31:07
Jason. Have a great day. 00:31:12
#14 consider contract ID 8111 Intergovernmental agreement for traffic signal installation, operation and maintenance 4 county 00:31:17
roads 13 and two intersection AKA Colorado Blvd. and 168th Ave. and authorized Church of science and electronically. Adams County 00:31:23
and city of Thornton Good morning Donnie, good morning commissioners Don Duncan public works. This IJ is between wall county, 00:31:29
Adams County and the city of Thornton to install a traffic signal at Will County road 2 and Will County road 13. The county has 00:31:35
25% of this. 00:31:41
Intersection It's the north leg of Will County Road, 13, Colorado Blvd. The City of Thornton has received a grant for $614,700 Roe 00:31:48
County portion would be $17,075. The IG they they round it to the nearest hundred in the IGA. So it actually says $17,100 but it's 00:31:59
the actual #17,075 dollars for future maintenance and operation of the signal will be split in the same way. 00:32:09
50% will be Thornton's, 25% will be Adams County and 25% will be Welts. 00:32:20
Pass around dated May 7th was signed by all 5 Commissioners for this item to be placed on the agenda and I can answer any 00:32:26
questions you may have. Anybody have any questions for Don? 00:32:31
All right, move to approve. Second, you got a motion for approval from Commissioner Freeman for contract ID 8111. Second by 00:32:38
Commissioner James. Further discussion. 00:32:43
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed same sign and contract ID 8111 passes 5 to 0. Thanks. 00:32:49
Thank you. I'm #15 consider acceptance of deed of dedication for public road right away for purchase of certain public excuse me, 00:32:56
certain property for public Rd. improvements for County Road 41 state Highway 52 intersection project. I'm authorized to sign. 00:33:02
Michael Dryland. Good morning. Good morning Commissioners Eric Greenwood, Ford County public works. 00:33:09
Let's see, the dedication is associated with the northwest quadrant of the World County Road 41 State Highway 52 Intersection 00:33:18
project. 00:33:21
None. All in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign and that item carries 5 to 0. Thank you so much. 00:33:59
#16 consider contract ID 8267 application for 2024 Homeland Security grant program funds for Northeast all hazards region and 00:34:06
authorized chair and Department of Finance to sign electronically. Good morning Christian good morning commissioners Chris video 00:34:14
accounting the update for you was approved to be a replacement on your agenda by pass around dated May 20th, 2024. The item in 00:34:21
front of you as the county's role of the fiscal agent for the North FEMA's Northeast regions. 00:34:28
Homeland Security Grant Program is an application for the 2024 grant. 00:34:36
Allocation from FEMA and the Division of Homeland Security. 00:34:41
Recommend approval. Any questions for Chris move to approve contract at E 8267. Motion by Commissioner James to approve contract. 00:34:45
ID 8267. Second by Commissioner by further discussion hearing. None all in favor Signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign 00:34:52
and contract. ID 8267. Passes 5 to 0. Item number 17 Considered declaration of certain equipment as surplus property. Approved 00:35:00
sale of same at auction with roller and associates and delegate authorities Controller. 00:35:07
Necessary documents. Chris Video Counting Commissioners, the list in front of you is items that have been designated surplus are 00:35:15
ready to be sold at auction. All replacements are been received and put into service. Recommended. Any questions for Chris move to 00:35:23
approve. Second motion by Commissioner Freeman to approve the declaration of certain equipment surplus property. Second by Mr. 00:35:30
Buck for their discussion. All those in favor signify by saying aye, aye. All opposed. Same sign. 00:35:38
And that item passes 5 to 0. 00:35:46
#18 consider declaring Roll County a 10th Amendment Sanctuary county. Mr. Chair, I move to continue this to Wednesday, June 5th so 00:35:49
the team of folks can speak on this. We're currently defending their private property rights right now, so that's what they're 00:35:54
busy doing. 00:36:00
There's monks on the floor from Commissioner State. Is there a second? 00:36:07
Person dies with no second really. 00:36:13
I didn't hear a second. Did anybody 2nd? 00:36:17
Check on that please so folks can come and talk on this. 00:36:20
No. Second, that item dies and that concludes new business. Mr. Chair, I'll move that. We go ahead and take a vote on the Cornwall 00:36:23
County 10th Amendment Sanctuary. 00:36:28
Are we out of order there? But I'll go ahead and have a motion on the floor. I'll go ahead and honor your motion. Commissioner 00:36:34
saying she now has a second motion on the floor. Is there a second? 00:36:39
Again, I hear no second, and that motion dies as well. All right, concludes a new business and brings us to planning. 00:36:46
Item number one, first reading of Code Ordinance 2024, Dash 06, in the matter of repealing and reenacting with amendments, Chapter 00:36:53
29, Building Regulations of the Weld County Code, National Electric Code. Good morning, good morning. 00:37:01
We're Commissioners Rob Golden, building officials for planning services today, Come before you today to talk about Ordinance 00:37:10
2024, Dash 06, Chapter 29, adoption of the 2023 National Electrical Code, 2021 International Energy Conservation Code, and the 00:37:17
2018 Swimming Pool and SPA Code. The purpose of this ordinance is to update County Code Chapter 29, Article 2, Code standards. 00:37:24
Specific updates include Section 29-2-70 regarding the National Electrical Code, updating it again from the 2020 versions of the 00:37:30
2023 version. 00:37:37
Item two, Section 29-2-90, International Energy Conservation Code, updating from the current 2018 code to the 2021 version of said 00:37:45
code. And then the third item, Section 29-2-95, and that is repealing uniform Swimming Pool and spot code and updating to the 2018 00:37:52
International Swimming Pool and Spa Coat. They'll elaborate on each of these. The State Electric Board has granted the authority 00:38:00
to incorporate, to incorporate by reference. 00:38:07
Adoption of the 2023 National Electrical Code and the state Board has adopted the 2023 version and that was August 1st of last 00:38:15
year. Okay. In addition to that, the State Electrical Board mandates that all jurisdictions in the state of Colorado adopt the 00:38:20
same version of this National Electrical Code no later than 12 calendar months from state adoption. So we have until August 1st of 00:38:26
this year in which to do so. 00:38:32
OK, regarding the energy code, the motivation behind them behind updating the energy code is the county is required per House Bill 00:38:38
22 Dash 1362 to update the most current version of the energy conservation code at the same time whenever an existing code is 00:38:47
updated or a new code is adopted. So that's what's prompted this update to the 2021 energy, energy conservation code. 00:38:56
And then for good measure, the swimming pool and SPA code. The motivation for adopting that is as we're currently on an old code 00:39:06
that dates back to 2006, it's part of the old uniform building code family. We're currently using International Building Code 00:39:12
family. So by adopting the 2018 swimming pool and SPA code, that brings that code into the fold with the rest of the international 00:39:18
codes that we're currently enforcing. 00:39:24
OK, so the summary for this would be updated to the NEC is required by the state. In addition to that, the energy conservation 00:39:31
code that update is likewise required by the state. So and then finally. 00:39:38
The benefit of updating to the swimming pool spot code is is the contracting community and the design community. They've moved on 00:39:46
from the old code that we're using, so we're just keeping in step with with current construction in the field. Using an old, an 00:39:53
antiquated code makes difficulties for us at the building department. We have to consider each case separately. 00:40:00
And independently and and see if we can utilize the code effectively, if we can administer the code effectively. So by going to 00:40:07
the 18 code, that makes our jobs a little easier, makes the job of the swimming pool industry a little easier at the same time. 00:40:14
OK, the County Attorney's Office has reviewed this ordinance and staff recommends approval of Ordinance 2024-06 with an effective 00:40:23
date of 7/26/24. 00:40:27
And thank you very much. Can answer any questions we have any questions for Ron, Mr. James, thank you and thanks, Rob. I 00:40:33
appreciate it. Have a a friend who is an electrician, yeah, so happens to be a state senator and he has a great concern with the 00:40:39
adoption of some of these new codes and the fact that puts rather onerous requirements. 00:40:46
On on on property owners, especially since it triggers in that one particular House bill which mandates that we take on a certain. 00:40:52
Conservation code. Have you done an analysis of, of, of how much this impacts the cost of doing business in, in, in, in well 00:41:02
county and, and those who wish to build in a manner of speaking and a lot of dialogue with other building officials in Northern 00:41:09
Colorado jurisdictions and talking to industry experts and, and building science and so forth that has been discussed. 00:41:17
And of course, there's a lot of moving parts here. There's a lot of variables, including the cost of electrical energy, for 00:41:25
example, what we're paying per kWh. 00:41:29
But the the reality of it appears to be the consensus is, is that it adds about 6% to current construction costs. With the 00:41:34
adoption of this energy coat and then also having to do some speculation and forecasting, it looks like the break even analysis on 00:41:41
that is roughly 2 decades, about 20 years. 00:41:47
OK. So that seems like an unreasonably long time. We have two things to consider. One would be that. 00:41:54
Traditional home membership people change addresses every 6-7 years across the nation. That's kind of the industry average. 00:42:02
However, structure stand far longer than that. So with building construction techniques that we have today, you can expect the 00:42:07
structure to have a service life or a useful life of 80 to 100 years. So for the first couple of decades, it's an ongoing 00:42:13
investment. Every decade thereafter there's purported benefit and and then in adopting this code and and following this 00:42:19
construction methodology. 00:42:25
The question I do have Mr. Freeman right along with the same thing as Mr. James, Commissioner James. So that's great that the 00:42:33
payout is 20 years, but the problem is there'll be four more adoptions before that that all continue to add increased cost to to 00:42:39
the property owners. I concur. 00:42:44
Got a couple of questions. One is remind me what the date is that we had a work session on this ordinance? 00:42:51
I'm sorry, I didn't hear you. What date did we have a work session on this, on this ordinance scheduled? We never had one. OK, 00:42:59
what bleaching was this discussed? Like which date? 00:43:04
Again, I couldn't quite hear you. It was just mission coordinator. What what day was just discussed in a briefing that was with 00:43:10
between the director and the commissioner. Oh, OK. What date was that? So we've been meeting with updating our coordinator on this 00:43:16
that our last few briefings. I would say that the reason that this one hasn't had a work session scheduled to date is the timing 00:43:23
that we needed to get first reading going to meet the deadline for the. 00:43:30
The adoption that's required per the the standard for the House bill. 00:43:38
But we are happy to have a work session between first and second reading, as we've done many a times with readings of our 00:43:42
ordinances to better answer any questions that you guys have regarding these code changes. 00:43:48
So, and really it's just a matter of telling us that it's going to come forward because obviously we don't have any options here 00:43:55
right now. State statute requires us to to adopt these period. So I'm more than happy to have a work session, but there isn't 00:44:00
anything we can change. 00:44:05
Question for Rod missing. So the key is when we update is what you said, we have to adopt this once we update. So is there any way 00:44:42
of pushing this back further so that we can have less people having this honors code on top of them in the meantime? Well, the 00:44:49
reality is that that's ultimately what we've done. We could have adopted this earlier in the calendar year. We could have adopted 00:44:57
it in 2023, in the fourth quarter of 2023. We elected to defer as long as possible. 00:45:05
So we didn't have to comply with this and thereby try to keep construction costs minimized as best we could until such time that 00:45:16
we had to adopt it, which I believe was the boards recommendation when this first this bill was going through the process 00:45:23
previously. The requirement, I'm sorry, the requirement is we have exactly 12 months to adopt it. So we push this about as far as 00:45:30
we can push it to get third reading done prior to the August 1st deadline. That is correct. Another question. 00:45:36
Wondering when we decide to make this. 00:45:45
Called the Solo Ready code. When was that decided? First decided by the stage. It was decided by the State House Bill 2022, dash 00:45:47
13621362. OK. 00:45:53
How nice of them to revive our code for us and name it. 00:46:00
All right. Any other questions for Mr. James? 00:46:05
And upon their curiosity, what happens if we don't adopt it? 00:46:09
That's gonna be my question. 00:46:13
Not being an attorney, I can't say that I'm fully versed to answer that question. I don't know what the legal. 00:46:18
State enforcing to do it. 00:46:26
I think the state would inspect, is that correct? If we didn't do it, typically the case, yes. 00:46:28
To enforce a minister and enforce a required code, the state can step in and provide that they have the resources to do so, 00:46:36
provided they have the resources to do so. Would you like to be recognized? I'm simply having a dialogue, Mr. Chair, as many of 00:46:41
these commissioners. 00:46:46
Thank you, Mr. Chair. So sounds like if they have the resources, so we'll be taking a risk by not adopting this code that the 00:46:52
state might come up with resources to inspect. 00:46:57
Well, I can't speculate how the state might operate under that circumstance. Yeah, Understand. Any further questions, Mr. James? 00:47:04
Yeah, I'll support on first reading just so we can request to have a work session so I can get further frustration if you would be 00:47:09
so kind. 00:47:15
Motion Mr. James Well, actually we need to open it up for yes, please doors. That's OK. With that, we'll go ahead and conclude. 00:47:22
Questions. Great presentation, Elizabeth. I appreciate we will open this up for public comment. If anybody wishes to speak to the 00:47:27
first reading of Code Ordinance 20/24/06 in the matter of repealing and reacting with amendments, Chapter 29 of Building 00:47:32
Regulations, the Royal County Code, please feel free to come to the podium, state your name and address for the record and keep 00:47:38
your comments to 3 minutes. 00:47:43
All right. I'm not seeing any public comment. I'll go ahead and close public comment. Bring that back to the port. Mr. James, 00:47:50
would you like to make your motion now? 00:47:53
Mr. Chair, simply not because I agree with the intent or anything, and I do want to have that work session. I would move, we 00:47:58
approve on first reading Code Ordinance 2024, Dash 06. 00:48:03
The motion on the floor from Commissioner James for approval second by Commissioner Freeman, for Code Ordinance on first reading, 00:48:10
2024, O 6. Further discussion. 00:48:14
Hearing none all those in favor signify by saying aye aye all opposed same sign and first reading of code ordinance 20/24/06 the 00:48:20
matter repealing and reenacting with the men's Chapter 29 the building regulations of well county code National Electric Code 00:48:28
passes 5 to 0 and look forward to that work session. Thank you. Thank you item number 2. 00:48:35
Final reading of code on this 20/24/04 in the matter. Appealion reenacting with amendments. Chapter 23, Zoning of the World County 00:48:43
Code Accessory dwelling units in R1 Revisions read by Ted Holman. Motion by Commissioner James to read by title only. Second by 00:48:51
Commissioner Buck. Further discussion regarding this motion hearing. None, All in favor signify by saying aye, aye, all opposed, 00:48:59
same sign and that is passed to read by title only. It's Code ordinance 2024904. 00:49:06
And we are repairing and reenacting with amendments Chapter 23 zoning. 00:49:15
Of the world Kindergarten accessory dwelling units and Ron revisions. 00:49:20
All right, Thank you, Bruce Maxwell, Commissioners, Maxima Department Planning Services. In front of you today is the third 00:49:26
reading of Ordinance 20/24/04. Again, just as a refresher, the purpose of this ordinance is revised several sections of 23 of the 00:49:32
well County Code. Certain changes are minor cleanup items. Other changes bring the County Code into compliance with House Bill 00:49:39
241007 and House Bill 241152. The proposed change in the system streamlining processes and help further refine what could be 00:49:45
considered an urban rural transitional zone. 00:49:51
As a reminder on the VOC approved first reading on April 22nd, 2024, the BCC approved second reading on May 15th, 2024 with the 00:49:59
proposed amendment to the Class 2 injection wells. And then of course today is the third read. 00:50:06
On May 22nd, 2024, the Board held a work session regarding 3 proposed changes based on feedback from residents and staff 00:50:16
discussion and therefore staff has proposed changes to the ordinance for 3rd reading. The 1st is modifying the current definition 00:50:22
of gardening, the 2nd is the removal of zoning permits from manufactured homes for the use during a medical hardship, and three is 00:50:29
allowing accessory and building units Adu to be on septic and AutoZone lots. 00:50:35
With certain criteria, just going through this changes real quick. Here's the definition of gardening. Essentially, we're just 00:50:42
removing. 00:50:46
Tractors The use of heavy tractors or equipment which would then allow folks to essentially garden with heavy machinery in the R1. 00:50:52
The second change is related in section 23 four 600 each of the chapter of chapter 23. Specifically related septic systems have 00:51:04
been allowed for 80 years located in the residential zone properties. The change will read the following and our residential zone 00:51:10
districts. No Edu shall be permitted unless a lot is served by public water and public sewer unless all the following conditions 00:51:16
are met. One the lot contains at least one acre to the rise served by public water and three public sewers grid and 400 feet from 00:51:22
the nearest boundary of the lot. 00:51:28
And then the third change is. 00:51:35
The 13 is being proposed removal of zoning permits from manufactured homes for use during the medical hardship. 00:51:38
The purpose of this change is because the new Edu code change will replace the need for this permit type with those changes. Staff 00:51:44
recommends adoption ordinance on 3rd and final reading and happy to answer your questions. 00:51:50
Are there any questions for Max? 00:51:57
Max, I have a question for you. Can we go back a slide when you're talking about the septic? 00:52:01
You know, ensure that the distance and everything is going into account whenever the septic permits going through the process, 00:52:50
they would take that into account prior to releasing that. If they don't release that, then the Adu would not be permitted, 00:52:56
correct? OK, because that's one of my concerns having seen so many septic systems fail across Royal County. We're going to put a 00:53:02
greater load so on water quality too. So, OK. Any other questions by the board? 00:53:09
Right, this is a public hearing at this time. I'll open it up to the public if anybody from the public wishes to speak to the 00:53:16
final reading of Code Ordinance 20/24/04. 00:53:21
Please come forward, state your name and address the podium and keep your comments to 3 minutes. 00:53:27
All right. I'm not going to see any public comment today. And with that, we'll close that and bring it back to the board for 00:53:34
consideration. 00:53:37
Mr. Chair, move to approve on final reading Code Ordinance 2024, Dash 04. 00:53:41
Got a motion from Commissioner James to approve on final reading Code Ordinance 202404 second by Commissioner Buck. Further 00:53:46
discussion. 00:53:50
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye, aye. All opposed. Same sign and Code Ordinance 20/24/04 passes 5 to 0 on 00:53:55
final reading. Thank you for that presentation. Item number three. Final meeting of Code Ordinance 20/24/08 in the matter of 00:54:02
repealing and reenacting with amendments. Chapter 24, Subdivisions of the well County Code, Rural land subdivisions. RLDF move to 00:54:09
read by title on motion by Commissioner James. Read by title only, second by Commissioner Buck. Any discussion? Yes, Mr. chair. 00:54:16
Miss same. Thank you, Mr. Chair. 00:54:23
Same question, when was the work session? Is this in regards to this training by title only Commissioner Singh, but. 00:54:30
We'll bring that up with the court ordinance discussion. Is this is there any further discussion regarding title reading by title 00:54:37
only hearing when all those in favor signify by saying aye aye all opposed same sign and that passes 5 to 0 to read Coder in this 00:54:44
20/24/08 by title ordinance 20248 in the manner repealing and reenacting with amendments. Chapter 24 subdivisions of the royal 00:54:51
tenant code. 00:54:58
Land Divisions. RLDF. 00:55:06
Each book of right contains a single thing with dying unit primitive at least one year prior to application and as of the date of 00:55:45
application for the Rural Land vision being. Each proposed lot utilizes historical permitted access that exists at least one year 00:55:51
parts of data application for the Rural Land division. See the existing accesses onto accounting, maintain, local road and D. No 00:55:56
fewer than three lots are proposed. 00:56:01
What changes are proposed? And staff recommends approval of this ordinance. All right. Any questions for staff? 00:56:07
All right, hearing none, I will go ahead and open this up to the public for public comment. If you have any comment towards Code 00:56:15
ordinance 20/24/08, please bring your comments to the podium. State your name and address for the record. 00:56:22
Seeing no public comment other than close public comment and I will bring it back to the port for consideration, that's for sure. 00:56:33
So the same question, what date was the work session held on this code on that? I think you actually directed staff to get this 00:56:37
code changed when we heard Mr. Sharps. 00:56:42
Real land division case and he came down on them to get that done, which they have done and which we have. 00:56:49
Approved Mr. Sharp's case conditionally upon final approval of this. So that was all your direction. 00:56:55
That question excuse me the saying this is not yours. 00:57:04
Staff can answer her question. Elizabeth Rosford, Planning Commissioner Staff was directed on April 24th at the land use hearing 00:57:10
at 10:00 AM to perform these code changes at your request. During that land use hearing and since first reading we. 00:57:20
Presented the the proposed changes and no work session was requested in between the readings. 00:57:30
Thank you, Elizabeth. I have additional questions. Thank you very much. I believe the direction wasn't February, actually I was in 00:57:37
January and I believe we were supposed to have a work session between two months is discussed tonight. Commissioner, Coordinator 00:57:41
briefing. 00:57:46
So Elizabeth Rolford planning, I'm not aware in in January, the direction of the applicant was that they were going to take a 00:57:51
different route that isn't typically performed at that time for subdividing land. It's called a partition petition for partition 00:57:58
and the landowner changed their mind in between that time frame. And so at the April meeting, the board directed staff to then 00:58:06
make the code change as a result of the applicant not following that. 00:58:13
Option and with their attorneys and so we've made those code changes since then and. 00:58:21
Have had no request from the board after first reading or second reading for for the work session comments, so we are happy to 00:58:28
address your questions. 00:58:33
That was my questions is we, we seem to be getting out of the UM. 00:58:38
Second by Commissioner James. Any further discussion? 00:59:15
Hearing none, we'll have a roll cover. 00:59:19
Mike Freeman, Scott James. 00:59:23
Let the record reflect code on this 202408 passes five to zero public comment. Now is the opportunity for anybody in the public 00:59:30
that wishes to make comment to please come to the podium, State your name and address for the record and keep your comments 2-3 00:59:35
minutes. If you can't make today's meeting in person and wish to submit comments, you can do so by emailing us at 00:59:41
publiccomment@world.gov. 00:59:47
And you can also e-mail it at ctp@well.gov or you can do the old fashioned snail mail. Click to the board, PO Box 758 Eleven fifty 00:59:54
Oh St. Greed Colorado 80632. Is anybody wish to make public comment. 00:59:59
See, now I'll go ahead and close public comments and that concludes our. 01:00:07
Agenda item and we do have one public hearing, so we need time to reset their Houston. 01:00:14
Thank you, Sir. 01:00:37
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All right, with that, we'll go ahead and convene the Board of County Commissioners meeting with the record reflect all five out of 00:00:02
five commissioners are here today. 00:00:07
First off, approval of minutes. Item number one, Approval of minutes, May 13th, 2024. 00:00:13
Second, you got a motion by Commissioner Buck for approval minutes, May 13, 2024. Second, by Commissioner Freeman. Further 00:00:19
discussion. 00:00:22
And none, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign. And May 13th minutes pass 520, item number two, 00:00:26
approval of minutes. May 15th, 2024. 00:00:32
Motion by Commissioner James for approval minutes, May 15, 2024, Second by Commissioner Block. Further discussion hearing none. 00:00:39
All those in favor signify by saying aye, aye. All opposed. Same sign and May 15th minutes approved 5 to 0. Item number three, 00:00:45
Approval of minutes, May 20th, 2024. 00:00:51
We'll approve. Second motion by Commissioner Freeman for approval. Minutes, May 20th, 2024, second by Commissioner. Further 00:00:58
discussion. 00:01:01
None, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed save sign and May 20th meeting minutes approved 5 to 0 read 00:01:05
ordinance by audio read code ordinance 2024-065 Audio agreed. Code Ordinance 2024 Dash 06 Pi audio 2nd. 00:01:14
Motion by Commissioner James to read Total Ordinance 20/24/06 by audio, second by Commissioner by further discussion. 00:01:23
And then I was in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign and coordinates 20/24/06 will be read by audio 00:01:30
certification of hearings Hearings conducted on May 13th, 2024. Number one LEP 24 dash oh oh oh one. Benjamin Marman and Jenna 00:01:37
Zephyr. Item number two, petition for vacation of a portion of County Road 78 between Union Pacific right away and County Road 37 00:01:44
Royal County Department of Public Works. 00:01:51
Are the certified hearings second? Motion by Commissioner James to certify hearing second by Commissioner Freeman? Any further 00:01:59
discussion? 00:02:02
And then I was in favor signify by saying aye, aye, all opposed, same sign and certification of hearings and passes 5 to 0 00:02:06
amendments to the agenda. Houston, we have any amendments to today's agenda? All right, Mr. Chair, I move to remove the arbitrary 00:02:12
15 minute from public comment today. 00:02:18
Motion from Commissioner saying is there a second? 00:02:24
A motion dies with no second with that approval of consent agenda. Move to approve second motion by Commissioner Freeman to 00:02:28
approve consent agenda second by Commissioner James. Further discussion. 00:02:34
And then all those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign and consent. Agenda passes 5 to 0. 00:02:41
To ensure the safety for their children and whereas because of the important bond. 00:03:22
Thank you, Mr. Chair, and thank you, Commissioner, so much for this recognition of our Reunification Month. We celebrate every 00:04:01
June as National Reunification Month just to recognize the efforts that help keep families together and help them stay together. 00:04:08
This year's theme is we Believe in the Resiliency and strength of families, and it focuses on 4 main components, partnering with 00:04:16
families to aid in mitigating danger and harm concerns without removing children. 00:04:23
Welcome to attend and we invite you to do so. And we're going to use that time to celebrate the families who are reunified or have 00:05:03
been able to remain home. In 2023, fifty 8% of close child welfare cases closed with children at home with their parents. And so 00:05:11
far this year, 68% of close child welfare cases has resulted in reunification. And in 2023, ninety 7% of intake child welfare 00:05:19
cases transferred or closed with children remaining home. 00:05:26
I don't know if our family was able to make it. We wanted to highlight a specific family here this morning. Unfortunately, they 00:05:34
were unable to make it. But it's just a really great opportunity for us to highlight all of the hard work when families ensure, 00:05:42
you know, crisis situations, really working together with the the systems in place and the supports in place to make sure that we 00:05:49
can reunify and keep children with their families. I do want to highlight where our amazing staff who are here today who? 00:05:56
Again, it's not just one month out of the year, it's every single day. They work very, very hard to keep children at home and 00:06:04
reunify those children that do have to leave home for a period of time. And they're just so passionate about the work that they 00:06:10
do. And I'm so proud of this World County team. If you could please stand when I say your name. These are all child welfare staff. 00:06:16
Heather Walker. 00:06:22
Robin Overmyer, Julie Readley. Stacy Devore. 00:06:29
Danny, Danny Jube, Siobhan, Timothy Felice, Shelby Bergen, Jen Palmer, Jen Fogg, Alex Moran, Aaron's, Jackie Rivas, Jackie 00:06:35
Underwood, Lindsay Holmes, Jason Ariano and of course, Tammy Grant. Did I miss anybody? 00:06:46
OK, thank you so much for this amazing team. We couldn't do it without them. They do amazing work, so thank you. 00:06:58
Thank you. I just want to say when I got the chance to spend time with Human Services department, I just was in awe, just awe and 00:07:43
humble to work alongside you and just want to thank you so much for all that you do for our citizens of Well County. We are so, so 00:07:50
proud of you and we're just fortunate to get to work with you And thank you so much for all that you do and your team, Jamie and 00:07:58
Tammy, amazing. Thank you. Thank you. Well said guys. 00:08:05
I would agree. Thank you guys for what you do for for kids and families every day. It's a lot of work and. 00:08:13
Couldn't be prouder of the work you do keeping those families together and bringing them together for that opportunity. So I want 00:09:25
to say thank you. And Jamie, we've got a nice proclamation if you and your team want to come up and love to have a picture. Thank 00:09:29
you, Thank you. 00:09:32
So you're fine. 00:09:42
Guys kind of distribute evenly over here. 00:10:10
We need some of these people to come over here maybe. 00:10:16
Thank you. All right, everybody ready 123. 00:10:20
Thank you. 00:10:31
Appreciate it. 00:10:37
Alright, Warrants item number one. General Warrants May 28th, 29th and 31st of 2024. 00:11:02
Second motion to approve general warrants from a 2829 thirty first, like Mr. James said by Mr. Buck for the discussion. 00:11:09
And then all those in favor signify by saying aye, aye opposed, same sign. And your rewards passes 5 to 0. Item number two, 00:11:16
Commissioner Warren Scott K James, May 31st, 2024. Motion by Commissioner Buck to approve. Scott K James Warren second by 00:11:25
Commissioner Freeman. Further discussion hearing none. All those in favor signify by saying aye, aye, all opposed, same sign. 00:11:35
Reflect that recuse please. You're right, sorry about that. 00:11:44
He got that, Houston. All right, thank you very much. Let the record reflect that passes four to zero with Commissioner James 00:11:47
recusing. My apologies for sign saying that. 00:11:52
Item number one for bids welcome, Toby. 00:11:59
Approved bid be 24,000 seventeen 2024 Forward Interceptor Utility Base K8A quantity 2 Department of Fleet Services and Sheriff's 00:12:03
Office. Good morning Toby Taylor with purchasing as advertised. This bid is for the Sheriff's Office 2024 Interceptor K8A Quantity 00:12:11
2. The low bidder was from Ken Garth Ford of Greeley for a total of $81,790.00 and meets all specifications. Therefore, the Fleet 00:12:20
Services Department is recommending the award of this bid to Ken Garforth. 00:12:28
All right question to approve second motion by Commissioner Freeman approved bid B 24,017 second by Commissioner Buck. Further 00:12:37
discussion. 00:12:41
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye all opposed same sign and that passes 5 to 0 I #2 Approved bid be 00:12:46
24,092 Will County fuel Department of Fleet services as advertised, this bid is for fleet services fuel and propane supply. The 00:12:54
low bidder for fuel is Team petroleum and the amount of $2.87 per gallon average at the time of this bid and it means 00:13:02
specifications. The low bid for propane is LP propane in the amount of $1.27. 00:13:10
Per gallon on average at the time of this bid and it too meets all specifications. Therefore, well County Fleet Service recommends 00:13:18
the award of fuel to Team Petroleum and the award of propane to LP Propane. All right, questions for Toby move to approve. 00:13:26
Motion by Commissioner James approve could be 24,092, second by Commissioner Freeman. Further discussion hearing none. All those 00:13:36
in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed same sign and it'd be 24,092. Passes 5 to 0. Item number three approved bid be 00:13:42
24,083. Courthouse and Centennial Center Hot Water Generator and Chilled Water Pump Replacement Facilities Department as 00:13:49
advertising status for the replacement of three hot water generators at 1 water pumps at the Centennial Center and Weld County 00:13:55
Court Courthouse complex. 00:14:02
The low bid is from Air System Engineering and need specifications. Therefore the Facilities Department is recommending the award 00:14:08
to Air System and Engineering in the amount of $207,978.25. 00:14:15
Questions for Toby. Motion by Commissioner saying to approve MID BE 24,083 second by Commissioner Buck. Any further questions? 00:14:23
Hearing none all in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign and bid be 24,083 passes 5 to 0. 00:14:31
#4 Approved bid BE 24,091 Security Camera Equipment and Licensing Acquisition Facilities Department as advertised. This bid was 00:14:39
for Security Cameras Equipment and Licensing Facilities Department. Received 7 bids in this for this response. The low bid was 00:14:47
from Stem Consultants, Inc and did not meet specification. They did not provide any of the required licensing in their bid. The 00:14:54
second low bid was from Howard Technology Solutions and it too did not be specifications. 00:15:02
As they did not include the required licensing for the specifications. The third low bid was from Quiero LLC and also did not be 00:15:09
specifications due to not providing the camera licensing. The 4th low bid was from Paladyne Technologies and it does meet 00:15:16
specifications and that it provided all of the licensing. Therefore, Facilities is recommending award to Paladyne Technologies in 00:15:24
the amount of $77,822. 00:15:31
Alright, questions for Toby. Move to approve second motion by Commissioner Freeman to approve bid B 24,091 second by Commissioner 00:15:38
James. Further discussion. 00:15:43
None, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed same sign and be A D 24,091 passes 5 to 0 and #5 Approved bid B 00:15:48
24,072 Cisco Network Switches Operational Technologies OT Department of Information Technology. Two bids were received ranging 00:15:58
from $77,670.40 to $119,839.28. The Information Technology staff have reviewed these responses as Navarro, Inc out of Denver. 00:16:09
Proposes the lowest cost solution at $77,670.40 and it meets specifications. Therefore, the Department of Information Technology 00:16:20
is recommending the award to Savaro Inc out of Denver. All right questions for Toby. Motion by commissioner saying for approval of 00:16:27
bid B 24,072 second by Commissioner Buck. Further discussion. 00:16:34
None, all in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed, same sign and there'd be 24,072 passes 5 to 0. Item number six 00:16:43
presented the 24,087 Audio and Visual AV Cabling Department of Information Technology. 00:16:50
4 vendors have replied to the solicitation. The Department of Information Technology is reviewing those replies and anticipates 00:16:58
bringing a recommendation to the Board on June 17th, 2024. Alright, questions for Toby. 00:17:04
Item number 7 presented B 24,088 Sheriff's Office so camera cabling Department of Information Technology. 00:17:12
3 vendors have replied to the solicitation. The Department of Information Technology is reviewing those bills replies and 00:17:19
anticipates bringing a recommendation to the Board on June 17th, 2024. Questions for Tilly. 00:17:25
All right, item number 8 present there be 24,094 carbide cutting bits. Department of Public Works. 5 vendors have replied to the 00:17:33
solicitation of the Department of Public Works, are reviewing those replies and anticipates bringing recommendation to the Board 00:17:38
on June 17th, 2024. 00:17:44
Questions were Tommy. 00:17:51
All right, item number nine President BE 24,096 2020 4 Steel Bid for fencing Miscellaneous Products Department of Public Works. 00:17:54
One vendor has replied to the solicitation. The Public Works Department is reviewing that reply and anticipates bringing a 00:18:00
recommendation to the Board on June 17th, 2024. 00:18:06
Excellent. Any questions for Toby? 00:18:12
And finally, item number 10, present bid BE 24,090 seven 2024 still bid for corrugated metal pipe, aluminized pipe and plastic 00:18:16
coverts. Department of Public Works. One vendor has replied to the solicitation. The Public Works Department is reviewing that 00:18:22
reply and anticipates bringing a recommendation to the board on June 17th, 2024. Any questions for Toby? 00:18:29
The IGA covers a term of five consecutive years and ends on the 31st of March 2029. The County Attorney reviewed the IGA legal 00:19:13
language and the past round was reviewed and signed by all 5 Commissioners on the 10th of May, 2024. 00:19:22
Good morning Commissioners Jamie or Department of Human Services. This is an annual required child welfare CWS Dash 7A agreement 00:20:04
and it's the purpose of this one is for the purchase of out of home fostering kinship care. This also includes the template and 00:20:12
the provider list for 2024 and 2025 and our request is approval of the contract. All right, questions for you to approve. Second 00:20:19
motion by Commissioner Freeman, second by Commissioner Buck to approve. 00:20:26
The standard form rates and provider list for the individual provider contracts contract. Any further discussion hearing none. All 00:20:35
those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed same sign and that item passes 5 to 0. Item number two, consider standard 00:20:40
form rates and provide a list for agreements. 00:20:46
Foster care, respite services between Department of Human Services and various providers and authorized chairs signed contracts 00:20:51
consistent with said form. 00:20:54
Thank you. This is the respite care agreement template for those foster homes that also provide respite care and also the provider 00:20:58
list for 2024-2025 respite care providers. And our request this morning is approval of the agreement template. 00:21:07
Excellent. Any questions for Jamie? 00:21:17
Any questions to approve second motion by Commissioner Freeman, Second by Commissioner Buck for approval of the respite care 00:21:55
therapeutic foster homes. Any further discussion? 00:22:00
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye, all opposed same sign and that item carries 5 to 0 and #5 consider 00:22:06
contract ID 8205 individual provider contract for purchase of foster care services in the foster care home and authorized chair to 00:22:13
sign Bradley and Hillary King. Thank you. This is a fully certified foster care provider in Longmont, Co and our request is 00:22:19
approval of the contract. All right, any questions for Jamie? 00:22:25
Move to approve second motion by Commissioner Freeman for approval of Contract 8205 signed by Commissioner James. Further 00:22:33
discussion during any All those in favor signify by saying aye. All opposed same side and contract. ID 8205 passes 5 to 0. Item 00:22:40
number six consider contract 8248 amendment 3 to Intergovernmental Agreement for Aging and Disability Resources for Colorado ADRC 00:22:47
transition related referrals and options, counseling and authorized chair assignments and electronic. 00:22:54
Thank you. This is amendment #3 to the existing agreement which extends the terms through June 30th, 2025, and it updates the 00:23:02
contract maximum and amends the quarterly payment to the Department of Human Services. A request this morning is approval of 00:23:07
amendment #3 All right. 00:23:13
Questions for Jamie contract. ID 8248. Second motion by Commissioner James to approve contract. ID 8248. Amendment to #3 second by 00:23:19
Commissioner. Further discussion. Alright hearing none. All in favor signify by saying aye aye. All those opposed same sign and 00:23:26
item carries 5 to 0. Thanks Jamie. Item number seven consider contract ID is 8250 and 82545. Memorandums of understanding for 00:23:34
Front Range Communications Consortium FRCC. 00:23:41
Bruce provides an appropriate support to our agencies as well as additional resources to our citizens that is much needed. There 00:24:22
is no cost of welcoming regarding this MOU. My request this morning is approval of the memorandum and authorize the chair design. 00:24:28
All right, any questions for Mr. Bustos move to approve second motion by Commissioner Brock for approval of contract IDs 82538254. 00:24:35
Any other? 00:24:41
Questions all right, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed same sign and contract ID is 82538254 past five to 00:24:49
zero. Thank you Mr. Rustos. Item number 8 consider contract ID 8120 professional services agreement for security services at 2024 00:24:56
well County Fair authorized shares signed All seasons events and security LLC. 00:25:04
Good morning, Good morning, Commissioners. Michaela Gabriel, Department of Extension Services in Wall County Fair coordinator this 00:25:13
morning. This is to be our security contract for the week of the fair. This company is required. 00:25:20
Is requested by the city of Greeley as well. So our request this morning is the approval of the contract. All right, Any questions 00:25:28
for McKinnon move to approve second motion by Commissioner block for approval of contract ID 8120. Second by Commissioner James 00:25:36
further discussion hearing none. All those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed same sign and contract ID 8120 passes 5 00:25:44
to 0. Thanks McKenna #9. Consider grant application work plan for high impact human immunodeficiency virus HIV prevention program. 00:25:52
Unauthorized chair to sign electronically. Morning, Jason. Good morning, commissioners. Jason, Treasurer with the health 00:26:00
department. Our department is seeking the Board authorization to apply for a HIV prevention grant. Wealth County, based on 2023 00:26:06
data, was the fifth highest county with new infections of HIV in Colorado. Again, this is an application. This is a request for 00:26:12
the board's authorization for a grant to supplement our testing services and I recommend that the Board approve the grant 00:26:19
application. 00:26:25
All right. Any questions for Jason? I would approve the resolution. Miss Sandy had a question. Yeah. Is this a program? Do we ask 00:26:32
for IDs for this particular program? 00:26:37
I'll respectfully be, I know today. 00:26:45
All right. I have a motion from Commissioner James for approval, second by Commissioner Freeman. 00:26:47
Any further discussion? 00:26:53
We'll call. Vote, please. Mike Freeman. Yes. Scott James. Yes. What are you saying? Perry Buck. Yes. Kevin. Us Yes. Let the record 00:26:55
reflect 4 out of five commissioners vote aye, with commissioner saying voting May. That item carries 4 to one. 00:27:03
Item number 10. 00:27:13
Consider contract ID 8262 amendment #1 the task order contract for local planning and support for core public health services. 00:27:15
Authorized chair to sign and submit electronically. 00:27:20
Thank you, Sir. This is annual funding that is allocated by the State of Colorado through the Department of Public Health and 00:27:26
Environment. It is based on population. For the year 2425, Weld County has been allocated $866,534 and before you, you have the 00:27:33
contract to execute that. 00:27:39
Funding. This was submitted to the Board on Pastor undated May 22nd, 2024 and I recommend that the Board approve this contract. 00:27:48
All right, any questions for Jason? 00:27:53
Second motion by Commissioner Freeman for approval of contract. ID 8262. Second by Commissioner James. Further discussion. 00:27:59
None, all those in favor signify by saying aye. All opposed save sign and that item carries 5 to 0. Item number 11 consider 00:28:06
contract ID 8265 statement work for waste tire inspection program and authorized chair to sign. 00:28:14
Thank you, Sir. This is a continuation of a program that our department has assisted the state with for several years. 00:28:22
Essentially, it pays for our staff time to conduct waste tower inspections for the facilities and haulers. It provides up to 3326 00:28:30
dollars in reimbursement for our staff time and I recommend that the board approve the contract. 00:28:38
All right. Any questions for Jason? Move to approve Motion by Commissioner James, second by Commissioner Pratt, Further 00:28:47
discussion. 00:28:51
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye all opposed. Same sign. Contract. ID 8265 Passes 5 to 0. Item number 00:28:55
12. Consider contract. ID 8269. Amendment #3 to task order contract for communities that care use substances abuse prevention 00:29:02
program. Program authorized chair to sign and submit electronically. 00:29:08
Thank you, Sir. This is year four of a five year contract. Renewal of a contract. The funding is used to support staff and efforts 00:29:16
to continue the Communities that Care model which addresses use, substance abuse prevention that includes marijuana, opioids, 00:29:25
other prescription drugs and alcohol. Again, this is year four of a five year contract. The grant, the maximum grant total is 00:29:33
$167,000. It was submitted to the board on a pastor undated May 21st of 2024 and I recommend that the Board approve this contract. 00:29:41
All right. Any questions for Jason? 00:29:50
Move to proof 2nd. 00:29:52
Motion by Commissioner Freeman for approval of contract. ID, 8269. Second by Commissioner James. Further discussion. 00:29:55
Hearing none all in favor signify by saying aye aye all opposed same sign any contract ID 8269 Passes 5 to 0 item number 13 00:30:01
Consider contract ID 8270 task order contract for public health preparedness and response program and authorized chair to science 00:30:07
and electronically. 00:30:13
Thank you. So this is a new five year contract, a new grant cycle that continues an existing program funded by state. This 00:30:20
particular grant supports 2 full time employees, 1A staff epidemiologist to this house at the health department. The second 00:30:27
employee is a public health emergency specialist that is housed with our Office of Emergency Management. The total, the maximum 00:30:34
grant funding for 2024-2025 fiscal year is 307,000 dollars, $307,071. 00:30:42
This was submitted to the Board on a pass around dated May 20th of 2024 and I recommend that the Board approve this contract, 00:30:50
right. Any questions for Jason? 00:30:54
Motion to approve contract to 8270 by Commissioner Box, second by Commissioner FREEMAN. Further discussion. 00:31:01
None, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign and contract ID 8270 passes 5 to 0. Thank you. Thanks, 00:31:07
Jason. Have a great day. 00:31:12
#14 consider contract ID 8111 Intergovernmental agreement for traffic signal installation, operation and maintenance 4 county 00:31:17
roads 13 and two intersection AKA Colorado Blvd. and 168th Ave. and authorized Church of science and electronically. Adams County 00:31:23
and city of Thornton Good morning Donnie, good morning commissioners Don Duncan public works. This IJ is between wall county, 00:31:29
Adams County and the city of Thornton to install a traffic signal at Will County road 2 and Will County road 13. The county has 00:31:35
25% of this. 00:31:41
Intersection It's the north leg of Will County Road, 13, Colorado Blvd. The City of Thornton has received a grant for $614,700 Roe 00:31:48
County portion would be $17,075. The IG they they round it to the nearest hundred in the IGA. So it actually says $17,100 but it's 00:31:59
the actual #17,075 dollars for future maintenance and operation of the signal will be split in the same way. 00:32:09
50% will be Thornton's, 25% will be Adams County and 25% will be Welts. 00:32:20
Pass around dated May 7th was signed by all 5 Commissioners for this item to be placed on the agenda and I can answer any 00:32:26
questions you may have. Anybody have any questions for Don? 00:32:31
All right, move to approve. Second, you got a motion for approval from Commissioner Freeman for contract ID 8111. Second by 00:32:38
Commissioner James. Further discussion. 00:32:43
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed same sign and contract ID 8111 passes 5 to 0. Thanks. 00:32:49
Thank you. I'm #15 consider acceptance of deed of dedication for public road right away for purchase of certain public excuse me, 00:32:56
certain property for public Rd. improvements for County Road 41 state Highway 52 intersection project. I'm authorized to sign. 00:33:02
Michael Dryland. Good morning. Good morning Commissioners Eric Greenwood, Ford County public works. 00:33:09
Let's see, the dedication is associated with the northwest quadrant of the World County Road 41 State Highway 52 Intersection 00:33:18
project. 00:33:21
None. All in favor signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign and that item carries 5 to 0. Thank you so much. 00:33:59
#16 consider contract ID 8267 application for 2024 Homeland Security grant program funds for Northeast all hazards region and 00:34:06
authorized chair and Department of Finance to sign electronically. Good morning Christian good morning commissioners Chris video 00:34:14
accounting the update for you was approved to be a replacement on your agenda by pass around dated May 20th, 2024. The item in 00:34:21
front of you as the county's role of the fiscal agent for the North FEMA's Northeast regions. 00:34:28
Homeland Security Grant Program is an application for the 2024 grant. 00:34:36
Allocation from FEMA and the Division of Homeland Security. 00:34:41
Recommend approval. Any questions for Chris move to approve contract at E 8267. Motion by Commissioner James to approve contract. 00:34:45
ID 8267. Second by Commissioner by further discussion hearing. None all in favor Signify by saying aye aye. All opposed. Same sign 00:34:52
and contract. ID 8267. Passes 5 to 0. Item number 17 Considered declaration of certain equipment as surplus property. Approved 00:35:00
sale of same at auction with roller and associates and delegate authorities Controller. 00:35:07
Necessary documents. Chris Video Counting Commissioners, the list in front of you is items that have been designated surplus are 00:35:15
ready to be sold at auction. All replacements are been received and put into service. Recommended. Any questions for Chris move to 00:35:23
approve. Second motion by Commissioner Freeman to approve the declaration of certain equipment surplus property. Second by Mr. 00:35:30
Buck for their discussion. All those in favor signify by saying aye, aye. All opposed. Same sign. 00:35:38
And that item passes 5 to 0. 00:35:46
#18 consider declaring Roll County a 10th Amendment Sanctuary county. Mr. Chair, I move to continue this to Wednesday, June 5th so 00:35:49
the team of folks can speak on this. We're currently defending their private property rights right now, so that's what they're 00:35:54
busy doing. 00:36:00
There's monks on the floor from Commissioner State. Is there a second? 00:36:07
Person dies with no second really. 00:36:13
I didn't hear a second. Did anybody 2nd? 00:36:17
Check on that please so folks can come and talk on this. 00:36:20
No. Second, that item dies and that concludes new business. Mr. Chair, I'll move that. We go ahead and take a vote on the Cornwall 00:36:23
County 10th Amendment Sanctuary. 00:36:28
Are we out of order there? But I'll go ahead and have a motion on the floor. I'll go ahead and honor your motion. Commissioner 00:36:34
saying she now has a second motion on the floor. Is there a second? 00:36:39
Again, I hear no second, and that motion dies as well. All right, concludes a new business and brings us to planning. 00:36:46
Item number one, first reading of Code Ordinance 2024, Dash 06, in the matter of repealing and reenacting with amendments, Chapter 00:36:53
29, Building Regulations of the Weld County Code, National Electric Code. Good morning, good morning. 00:37:01
We're Commissioners Rob Golden, building officials for planning services today, Come before you today to talk about Ordinance 00:37:10
2024, Dash 06, Chapter 29, adoption of the 2023 National Electrical Code, 2021 International Energy Conservation Code, and the 00:37:17
2018 Swimming Pool and SPA Code. The purpose of this ordinance is to update County Code Chapter 29, Article 2, Code standards. 00:37:24
Specific updates include Section 29-2-70 regarding the National Electrical Code, updating it again from the 2020 versions of the 00:37:30
2023 version. 00:37:37
Item two, Section 29-2-90, International Energy Conservation Code, updating from the current 2018 code to the 2021 version of said 00:37:45
code. And then the third item, Section 29-2-95, and that is repealing uniform Swimming Pool and spot code and updating to the 2018 00:37:52
International Swimming Pool and Spa Coat. They'll elaborate on each of these. The State Electric Board has granted the authority 00:38:00
to incorporate, to incorporate by reference. 00:38:07
Adoption of the 2023 National Electrical Code and the state Board has adopted the 2023 version and that was August 1st of last 00:38:15
year. Okay. In addition to that, the State Electrical Board mandates that all jurisdictions in the state of Colorado adopt the 00:38:20
same version of this National Electrical Code no later than 12 calendar months from state adoption. So we have until August 1st of 00:38:26
this year in which to do so. 00:38:32
OK, regarding the energy code, the motivation behind them behind updating the energy code is the county is required per House Bill 00:38:38
22 Dash 1362 to update the most current version of the energy conservation code at the same time whenever an existing code is 00:38:47
updated or a new code is adopted. So that's what's prompted this update to the 2021 energy, energy conservation code. 00:38:56
And then for good measure, the swimming pool and SPA code. The motivation for adopting that is as we're currently on an old code 00:39:06
that dates back to 2006, it's part of the old uniform building code family. We're currently using International Building Code 00:39:12
family. So by adopting the 2018 swimming pool and SPA code, that brings that code into the fold with the rest of the international 00:39:18
codes that we're currently enforcing. 00:39:24
OK, so the summary for this would be updated to the NEC is required by the state. In addition to that, the energy conservation 00:39:31
code that update is likewise required by the state. So and then finally. 00:39:38
The benefit of updating to the swimming pool spot code is is the contracting community and the design community. They've moved on 00:39:46
from the old code that we're using, so we're just keeping in step with with current construction in the field. Using an old, an 00:39:53
antiquated code makes difficulties for us at the building department. We have to consider each case separately. 00:40:00
And independently and and see if we can utilize the code effectively, if we can administer the code effectively. So by going to 00:40:07
the 18 code, that makes our jobs a little easier, makes the job of the swimming pool industry a little easier at the same time. 00:40:14
OK, the County Attorney's Office has reviewed this ordinance and staff recommends approval of Ordinance 2024-06 with an effective 00:40:23
date of 7/26/24. 00:40:27
And thank you very much. Can answer any questions we have any questions for Ron, Mr. James, thank you and thanks, Rob. I 00:40:33
appreciate it. Have a a friend who is an electrician, yeah, so happens to be a state senator and he has a great concern with the 00:40:39
adoption of some of these new codes and the fact that puts rather onerous requirements. 00:40:46
On on on property owners, especially since it triggers in that one particular House bill which mandates that we take on a certain. 00:40:52
Conservation code. Have you done an analysis of, of, of how much this impacts the cost of doing business in, in, in, in well 00:41:02
county and, and those who wish to build in a manner of speaking and a lot of dialogue with other building officials in Northern 00:41:09
Colorado jurisdictions and talking to industry experts and, and building science and so forth that has been discussed. 00:41:17
And of course, there's a lot of moving parts here. There's a lot of variables, including the cost of electrical energy, for 00:41:25
example, what we're paying per kWh. 00:41:29
But the the reality of it appears to be the consensus is, is that it adds about 6% to current construction costs. With the 00:41:34
adoption of this energy coat and then also having to do some speculation and forecasting, it looks like the break even analysis on 00:41:41
that is roughly 2 decades, about 20 years. 00:41:47
OK. So that seems like an unreasonably long time. We have two things to consider. One would be that. 00:41:54
Traditional home membership people change addresses every 6-7 years across the nation. That's kind of the industry average. 00:42:02
However, structure stand far longer than that. So with building construction techniques that we have today, you can expect the 00:42:07
structure to have a service life or a useful life of 80 to 100 years. So for the first couple of decades, it's an ongoing 00:42:13
investment. Every decade thereafter there's purported benefit and and then in adopting this code and and following this 00:42:19
construction methodology. 00:42:25
The question I do have Mr. Freeman right along with the same thing as Mr. James, Commissioner James. So that's great that the 00:42:33
payout is 20 years, but the problem is there'll be four more adoptions before that that all continue to add increased cost to to 00:42:39
the property owners. I concur. 00:42:44
Got a couple of questions. One is remind me what the date is that we had a work session on this ordinance? 00:42:51
I'm sorry, I didn't hear you. What date did we have a work session on this, on this ordinance scheduled? We never had one. OK, 00:42:59
what bleaching was this discussed? Like which date? 00:43:04
Again, I couldn't quite hear you. It was just mission coordinator. What what day was just discussed in a briefing that was with 00:43:10
between the director and the commissioner. Oh, OK. What date was that? So we've been meeting with updating our coordinator on this 00:43:16
that our last few briefings. I would say that the reason that this one hasn't had a work session scheduled to date is the timing 00:43:23
that we needed to get first reading going to meet the deadline for the. 00:43:30
The adoption that's required per the the standard for the House bill. 00:43:38
But we are happy to have a work session between first and second reading, as we've done many a times with readings of our 00:43:42
ordinances to better answer any questions that you guys have regarding these code changes. 00:43:48
So, and really it's just a matter of telling us that it's going to come forward because obviously we don't have any options here 00:43:55
right now. State statute requires us to to adopt these period. So I'm more than happy to have a work session, but there isn't 00:44:00
anything we can change. 00:44:05
Question for Rod missing. So the key is when we update is what you said, we have to adopt this once we update. So is there any way 00:44:42
of pushing this back further so that we can have less people having this honors code on top of them in the meantime? Well, the 00:44:49
reality is that that's ultimately what we've done. We could have adopted this earlier in the calendar year. We could have adopted 00:44:57
it in 2023, in the fourth quarter of 2023. We elected to defer as long as possible. 00:45:05
So we didn't have to comply with this and thereby try to keep construction costs minimized as best we could until such time that 00:45:16
we had to adopt it, which I believe was the boards recommendation when this first this bill was going through the process 00:45:23
previously. The requirement, I'm sorry, the requirement is we have exactly 12 months to adopt it. So we push this about as far as 00:45:30
we can push it to get third reading done prior to the August 1st deadline. That is correct. Another question. 00:45:36
Wondering when we decide to make this. 00:45:45
Called the Solo Ready code. When was that decided? First decided by the stage. It was decided by the State House Bill 2022, dash 00:45:47
13621362. OK. 00:45:53
How nice of them to revive our code for us and name it. 00:46:00
All right. Any other questions for Mr. James? 00:46:05
And upon their curiosity, what happens if we don't adopt it? 00:46:09
That's gonna be my question. 00:46:13
Not being an attorney, I can't say that I'm fully versed to answer that question. I don't know what the legal. 00:46:18
State enforcing to do it. 00:46:26
I think the state would inspect, is that correct? If we didn't do it, typically the case, yes. 00:46:28
To enforce a minister and enforce a required code, the state can step in and provide that they have the resources to do so, 00:46:36
provided they have the resources to do so. Would you like to be recognized? I'm simply having a dialogue, Mr. Chair, as many of 00:46:41
these commissioners. 00:46:46
Thank you, Mr. Chair. So sounds like if they have the resources, so we'll be taking a risk by not adopting this code that the 00:46:52
state might come up with resources to inspect. 00:46:57
Well, I can't speculate how the state might operate under that circumstance. Yeah, Understand. Any further questions, Mr. James? 00:47:04
Yeah, I'll support on first reading just so we can request to have a work session so I can get further frustration if you would be 00:47:09
so kind. 00:47:15
Motion Mr. James Well, actually we need to open it up for yes, please doors. That's OK. With that, we'll go ahead and conclude. 00:47:22
Questions. Great presentation, Elizabeth. I appreciate we will open this up for public comment. If anybody wishes to speak to the 00:47:27
first reading of Code Ordinance 20/24/06 in the matter of repealing and reacting with amendments, Chapter 29 of Building 00:47:32
Regulations, the Royal County Code, please feel free to come to the podium, state your name and address for the record and keep 00:47:38
your comments to 3 minutes. 00:47:43
All right. I'm not seeing any public comment. I'll go ahead and close public comment. Bring that back to the port. Mr. James, 00:47:50
would you like to make your motion now? 00:47:53
Mr. Chair, simply not because I agree with the intent or anything, and I do want to have that work session. I would move, we 00:47:58
approve on first reading Code Ordinance 2024, Dash 06. 00:48:03
The motion on the floor from Commissioner James for approval second by Commissioner Freeman, for Code Ordinance on first reading, 00:48:10
2024, O 6. Further discussion. 00:48:14
Hearing none all those in favor signify by saying aye aye all opposed same sign and first reading of code ordinance 20/24/06 the 00:48:20
matter repealing and reenacting with the men's Chapter 29 the building regulations of well county code National Electric Code 00:48:28
passes 5 to 0 and look forward to that work session. Thank you. Thank you item number 2. 00:48:35
Final reading of code on this 20/24/04 in the matter. Appealion reenacting with amendments. Chapter 23, Zoning of the World County 00:48:43
Code Accessory dwelling units in R1 Revisions read by Ted Holman. Motion by Commissioner James to read by title only. Second by 00:48:51
Commissioner Buck. Further discussion regarding this motion hearing. None, All in favor signify by saying aye, aye, all opposed, 00:48:59
same sign and that is passed to read by title only. It's Code ordinance 2024904. 00:49:06
And we are repairing and reenacting with amendments Chapter 23 zoning. 00:49:15
Of the world Kindergarten accessory dwelling units and Ron revisions. 00:49:20
All right, Thank you, Bruce Maxwell, Commissioners, Maxima Department Planning Services. In front of you today is the third 00:49:26
reading of Ordinance 20/24/04. Again, just as a refresher, the purpose of this ordinance is revised several sections of 23 of the 00:49:32
well County Code. Certain changes are minor cleanup items. Other changes bring the County Code into compliance with House Bill 00:49:39
241007 and House Bill 241152. The proposed change in the system streamlining processes and help further refine what could be 00:49:45
considered an urban rural transitional zone. 00:49:51
As a reminder on the VOC approved first reading on April 22nd, 2024, the BCC approved second reading on May 15th, 2024 with the 00:49:59
proposed amendment to the Class 2 injection wells. And then of course today is the third read. 00:50:06
On May 22nd, 2024, the Board held a work session regarding 3 proposed changes based on feedback from residents and staff 00:50:16
discussion and therefore staff has proposed changes to the ordinance for 3rd reading. The 1st is modifying the current definition 00:50:22
of gardening, the 2nd is the removal of zoning permits from manufactured homes for the use during a medical hardship, and three is 00:50:29
allowing accessory and building units Adu to be on septic and AutoZone lots. 00:50:35
With certain criteria, just going through this changes real quick. Here's the definition of gardening. Essentially, we're just 00:50:42
removing. 00:50:46
Tractors The use of heavy tractors or equipment which would then allow folks to essentially garden with heavy machinery in the R1. 00:50:52
The second change is related in section 23 four 600 each of the chapter of chapter 23. Specifically related septic systems have 00:51:04
been allowed for 80 years located in the residential zone properties. The change will read the following and our residential zone 00:51:10
districts. No Edu shall be permitted unless a lot is served by public water and public sewer unless all the following conditions 00:51:16
are met. One the lot contains at least one acre to the rise served by public water and three public sewers grid and 400 feet from 00:51:22
the nearest boundary of the lot. 00:51:28
And then the third change is. 00:51:35
The 13 is being proposed removal of zoning permits from manufactured homes for use during the medical hardship. 00:51:38
The purpose of this change is because the new Edu code change will replace the need for this permit type with those changes. Staff 00:51:44
recommends adoption ordinance on 3rd and final reading and happy to answer your questions. 00:51:50
Are there any questions for Max? 00:51:57
Max, I have a question for you. Can we go back a slide when you're talking about the septic? 00:52:01
You know, ensure that the distance and everything is going into account whenever the septic permits going through the process, 00:52:50
they would take that into account prior to releasing that. If they don't release that, then the Adu would not be permitted, 00:52:56
correct? OK, because that's one of my concerns having seen so many septic systems fail across Royal County. We're going to put a 00:53:02
greater load so on water quality too. So, OK. Any other questions by the board? 00:53:09
Right, this is a public hearing at this time. I'll open it up to the public if anybody from the public wishes to speak to the 00:53:16
final reading of Code Ordinance 20/24/04. 00:53:21
Please come forward, state your name and address the podium and keep your comments to 3 minutes. 00:53:27
All right. I'm not going to see any public comment today. And with that, we'll close that and bring it back to the board for 00:53:34
consideration. 00:53:37
Mr. Chair, move to approve on final reading Code Ordinance 2024, Dash 04. 00:53:41
Got a motion from Commissioner James to approve on final reading Code Ordinance 202404 second by Commissioner Buck. Further 00:53:46
discussion. 00:53:50
Hearing none, all those in favor signify by saying aye, aye. All opposed. Same sign and Code Ordinance 20/24/04 passes 5 to 0 on 00:53:55
final reading. Thank you for that presentation. Item number three. Final meeting of Code Ordinance 20/24/08 in the matter of 00:54:02
repealing and reenacting with amendments. Chapter 24, Subdivisions of the well County Code, Rural land subdivisions. RLDF move to 00:54:09
read by title on motion by Commissioner James. Read by title only, second by Commissioner Buck. Any discussion? Yes, Mr. chair. 00:54:16
Miss same. Thank you, Mr. Chair. 00:54:23
Same question, when was the work session? Is this in regards to this training by title only Commissioner Singh, but. 00:54:30
We'll bring that up with the court ordinance discussion. Is this is there any further discussion regarding title reading by title 00:54:37
only hearing when all those in favor signify by saying aye aye all opposed same sign and that passes 5 to 0 to read Coder in this 00:54:44
20/24/08 by title ordinance 20248 in the manner repealing and reenacting with amendments. Chapter 24 subdivisions of the royal 00:54:51
tenant code. 00:54:58
Land Divisions. RLDF. 00:55:06
Each book of right contains a single thing with dying unit primitive at least one year prior to application and as of the date of 00:55:45
application for the Rural Land vision being. Each proposed lot utilizes historical permitted access that exists at least one year 00:55:51
parts of data application for the Rural Land division. See the existing accesses onto accounting, maintain, local road and D. No 00:55:56
fewer than three lots are proposed. 00:56:01
What changes are proposed? And staff recommends approval of this ordinance. All right. Any questions for staff? 00:56:07
All right, hearing none, I will go ahead and open this up to the public for public comment. If you have any comment towards Code 00:56:15
ordinance 20/24/08, please bring your comments to the podium. State your name and address for the record. 00:56:22
Seeing no public comment other than close public comment and I will bring it back to the port for consideration, that's for sure. 00:56:33
So the same question, what date was the work session held on this code on that? I think you actually directed staff to get this 00:56:37
code changed when we heard Mr. Sharps. 00:56:42
Real land division case and he came down on them to get that done, which they have done and which we have. 00:56:49
Approved Mr. Sharp's case conditionally upon final approval of this. So that was all your direction. 00:56:55
That question excuse me the saying this is not yours. 00:57:04
Staff can answer her question. Elizabeth Rosford, Planning Commissioner Staff was directed on April 24th at the land use hearing 00:57:10
at 10:00 AM to perform these code changes at your request. During that land use hearing and since first reading we. 00:57:20
Presented the the proposed changes and no work session was requested in between the readings. 00:57:30
Thank you, Elizabeth. I have additional questions. Thank you very much. I believe the direction wasn't February, actually I was in 00:57:37
January and I believe we were supposed to have a work session between two months is discussed tonight. Commissioner, Coordinator 00:57:41
briefing. 00:57:46
So Elizabeth Rolford planning, I'm not aware in in January, the direction of the applicant was that they were going to take a 00:57:51
different route that isn't typically performed at that time for subdividing land. It's called a partition petition for partition 00:57:58
and the landowner changed their mind in between that time frame. And so at the April meeting, the board directed staff to then 00:58:06
make the code change as a result of the applicant not following that. 00:58:13
Option and with their attorneys and so we've made those code changes since then and. 00:58:21
Have had no request from the board after first reading or second reading for for the work session comments, so we are happy to 00:58:28
address your questions. 00:58:33
That was my questions is we, we seem to be getting out of the UM. 00:58:38
Second by Commissioner James. Any further discussion? 00:59:15
Hearing none, we'll have a roll cover. 00:59:19
Mike Freeman, Scott James. 00:59:23
Let the record reflect code on this 202408 passes five to zero public comment. Now is the opportunity for anybody in the public 00:59:30
that wishes to make comment to please come to the podium, State your name and address for the record and keep your comments 2-3 00:59:35
minutes. If you can't make today's meeting in person and wish to submit comments, you can do so by emailing us at 00:59:41
publiccomment@world.gov. 00:59:47
And you can also e-mail it at ctp@well.gov or you can do the old fashioned snail mail. Click to the board, PO Box 758 Eleven fifty 00:59:54
Oh St. Greed Colorado 80632. Is anybody wish to make public comment. 00:59:59
See, now I'll go ahead and close public comments and that concludes our. 01:00:07
Agenda item and we do have one public hearing, so we need time to reset their Houston. 01:00:14
Thank you, Sir. 01:00:37
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