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ROLL CALL

MINUTES

AMENDMENTS TO AGENDA

CONSENT AGENDA

PROCLAMATIONS: 1) WELD COUNTY LONG-TERM CARE RESIDENTS’ RIGHTS MONTH – OCTOBER 2023

WARRANTS: 1) GENERAL WARRANTS – SEPTEMBER 29, 2023

BIDS: 1) APPROVE BID #B2300133, INMATE COMMUNICATION SERVICES - SHERIFF'S OFFICE AND DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE SERVICES

2) PRESENT BID #B2300178, SHOOTING RANGE BUILDING ADDITION AND NEW WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM - FACILITIES DEPARTMENT

NEW BUSINESS: 1) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID#7441 MASTER SERVICE AGREEMENT AND REQUEST FOR SERVICE FORM FOR CHILD WELFARE FAMILY SUPPORT AND VISITATION CENTER (810 9TH STREET, SUITES 150 AND 200, GREELEY), AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN – ALLO COMMUNICATIONS, LLC

2) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #7430 STATEMENT OF WORK FOR 2023-2024 PREVENTATIVE BLOCK GRANT (PBG) FOR PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES PURCHASE ORDER FUNDS AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN

3) CONSIDER EXTENSION OF TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF CR 18 AND MARKET ST INTERSECTION BETWEEN CRS 57 AND 59

4) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #7429 AGREEMENT FOR PURCHASE OF CERTAIN PROPERTY FOR PUBLIC ROAD IMPROVEMENTS FOR CRS 6 AND 13 ROUNDABOUT PROJECT AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN ANY NECESSARY DOCUMENTS – HUNT BROTHERS PROPERTIES, INC.

5) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #7445 APPLICATION FOR SURFACE TRANSPORTATION BLOCK GRANT (STBG) PROJECT FUNDS FOR CRS 13 AND 50 INTERSECTION REALIGNMENT PROJECT AND AUTHORIZE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS TO SUBMIT ELECTRONICALLY – NORTH FRONT RANGE METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION (NFRMPO)

6) CONTRACT ID #7446 APPLICATION FOR CONGESTION MITIGATION AND AIR QUALITY (CMAQ) PROJECT GRANT FUNDS FOR SH 392 AND CR 37 INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT, AND AUTHORIZE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS TO SUBMIT ELECTRONICALLY – NORTH FRONT RANGE METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION (NFRMPO)

PLANNING: 1) CONSIDER ACCEPTING FILING OF AMENDED AND RESTATED SERVICE PLAN, AND REFER MATTER TO WELD COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR STUDY AND RECOMMENDATION - KITELEY RANCH METROPOLITAN DISTRICT

PUBLIC COMMENT

Please stand and join me for the Pledge of Allegiance. 00:06:58
To the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with 00:07:01
liberty and justice for all. 00:07:07
Yeah. 00:07:13
It's Monday, October 2nd, called on board. County commissioners will call please. 00:07:15
Thank you, Kevin Ross Laurie saying present. 00:07:21
Present My Freeman Reflect All five county commissioners are present Minutes approval of Minutes of September 18th, 2023 second. 00:07:25
And move like Mr. Shane said, like Mr. Buck, to approve all in favor. 00:07:33
Opposed motion carries and the city agenda. Do we have any amendments? 00:07:37
Percent agenda agenda. 00:07:42
Second been moved by Mr. Ross. Second by Commissioner James. Approve the consent agenda all in favor. Opposed motion carries 00:07:44
proclamations. 00:07:48
This is for. 00:07:53
Will County Long Term Case Long Term Care Residents Rights Month October 2023 come on 10. 00:07:54
Good morning, Commissioners. So where is the board of Weld County? Commissioners respects the rights of the more than 700 00:08:02
individuals living in eight nursing homes and nearly 1000 individuals living in 24 assisted living facilities in Weld County, and 00:08:07
where of all residents should be aware of their rights so they may be empowered to live with dignity. 00:08:13
And self determination and whereas the World County Long Term Care Buzzman program will be commemorating residents rights month 00:08:19
with the theme Amplify our voices emphasizing a community of long term care residents coming together to make their voices heard 00:08:25
Now therefore be it proclaimed by the board Well county commissioners that October be known as well County Long Term Care 00:08:30
Residents Rights Month County commissioners. 00:08:36
Morning Commissioners, Tammy Grant, Deputy Director, Department. 00:08:46
On behalf of Area Agency and Aging and the Department of Human Services. 00:08:50
Um, as you just wrote into. 00:08:54
The minutes Today, October, is National Long Term Care Residents Rights Month. 00:08:57
And it's an annual event designed to honor residents living in their long term care facilities This provides. 00:09:01
Us with an opportunity to focus and celebrate the dignity and rights of every individual receiving long term care services within 00:09:10
our community. 00:09:14
This year seem amplified. 00:09:19
Theme amplifier voices. 00:09:21
It helps us to encourage residents to be outspoken about their preferences and their choices. Residence Rights Months highlights 00:09:23
the importance of listening to residents. 00:09:28
And honoring and recognizing their preferences and all those who live in nursing homes as well as assisted living facilities. 00:09:32
So we appreciate the opportunity to highlight this within our own community and I'd like to take just a moment to recognize 00:09:40
everybody who is here today. 00:09:45
Megan Maldonado is our Long Term Care Ombudsman, Program Supervisor and our Regional Ombudsman Desiree Rodriguez with the Long 00:09:50
Term care on both machine. 00:09:55
Veronica Paxton, also with the Ombudsman team. 00:10:00
Joe Colebrooke, The Area Agency on Aging, Deputy Division head. 00:10:03
Kelly Morrison for Area Agency and Aging. 00:10:08
Division head. 00:10:11
Meg McWilliams. 00:10:13
A supervisor with our sub team. 00:10:15
Nicole Seward and options for. 00:10:18
OA. 00:10:24
Community support specialist. 00:10:28
Danica Fagan. 00:10:30
I'm also with our community Service coordinator, position Michelle Shepherd with our In Home program coordinator. 00:10:32
Edith. 00:10:40
Venegas. 00:10:41
Is a case 8IN that area and we also have Angela courthouse sub supervisor. 00:10:43
We had a couple individuals who were going to represent external attendees and I'm not sure if Darren Nelson or Roxanne Martinez 00:10:51
were able to make it today, but they were representing a life care center of Greeley. So thank you for allowing us to have this 00:10:57
opportunity today. 00:11:02
To miss anybody. 00:11:09
What you doing? 00:11:15
I promise. 00:11:16
Short and sweet, thank you so much for the care that you provide and the services that you provide our wisest citizens. We 00:11:17
appreciate your care. 00:11:21
Well, I want to thank you also because I think that the elderly sometimes get a little bit dismissed, but they don't have a voice 00:11:26
and then we can tuck them away and that is just not acceptable. So I am so glad that I'm doing this and I commend all of you, it's 00:11:32
your your heart is as big as you are. So thank you. Thank you so much. 00:11:38
Yeah, thank you all for the great job you do. Our elderly are are a precious resource in our community. Letting their voices be 00:11:45
heard is is absolutely important to you guys. Strive for that and I say thank you. 00:11:51
So. 00:11:57
Congratulations. 00:11:58
Mr. Clean. 00:11:59
As a recent service project started by Councilman Wayland and Firestone and was helping. 00:12:01
Elderly aging place. 00:12:07
I know this is on long term care, but when the speeches the volunteers gave us, you know, aging us. 00:12:08
Um, basically the art of living with loss, loss of mobility. 00:12:15
Relationships. Senses. 00:12:20
Income and so many different things, but they should never have delivered the loss of the rights. 00:12:23
And so I just really want to thank this team in particular for making sure that. 00:12:28
So that hospitable in our society, we're taking care of them so that they can. 00:12:32
They have, they can have that dignity. 00:12:37
Because we're. 00:12:38
We're at a loss without some of our or our elderly folks that have so much wisdom. So, thank you so, so very much. There are 00:12:40
parents, their mothers. 00:12:44
And continue to be friends. 00:12:49
Yeah. And I would agree. I just thank you Tim and thank you Jamie and thank you to all of you guys for what you do. I mean our 00:12:53
other citizens are some of our biggest assets. I mean we've all, we've all had that. 00:12:58
All those old people have had that opportunity to deal with aging parents and aging grandparents. And it's it's just it's a lot of 00:13:04
work, it's a lot of time. It's a lot of struggle. And so thank you guys for what you do. 00:13:10
Every single day. 00:13:15
And with that can we take picture and if you want to bring. 00:13:17
Bring your crew up. 00:13:21
Yeah, probably could be. 00:13:26
Hmm. 00:13:37
The. 00:13:40
Alright, everybody ready? 00:13:52
123. 00:13:54
123. 00:13:57
Thank you, thank you, thank you everybody. Thank you, Thank you so much for your hard work. 00:14:00
I don't know. 00:14:05
So do you have or would you have to get to it? 00:14:10
What's happening? 00:14:21
OK, that will move on to one. General warrants for September 29th 2023 approve orders then moved by Commissioner Ross. Second by 00:14:24
Mr. James to approve all in favor opposed motion carries. Move on to bids. Number one, approve the B23. Hundred 133 inmate 00:14:31
Communication services, Sheriff's Office and Department of Justice Services. Good morning. 00:14:38
Good morning. 00:14:48
Karen Geiser, Purchasing. 00:14:50
A reason IFP was sent out for a variety of services for the North Jail Complex and SW Substation. These services include inmate 00:14:54
phones, inmate visiting inmate tablets, law library and online credit card bonding. 00:15:02
Through an amendment, it also included phone services for community corrections alternative sentencing. This is a revenue 00:15:10
generating contract for the county. 00:15:16
4 vendors submitted bids as well as best and final offers. 00:15:23
Each vendor was scored based on. 00:15:29
Call. 00:15:31
Visiting tablet ratings fees. 00:15:33
And Commission availability, service and support requirements, investigative features. 00:15:37
Customer service and qualifications. 00:15:44
The results of the committee evaluation show via path, as the overall best value for these services. 00:15:47
Therefore, the detention division is recommending the award of the contract to Via Path Technologies. 00:15:54
OK, questions, questions. 00:16:02
So on here it is. I'm looking at the scoring sheet, but. 00:16:04
You said this is a revenue generating. 00:16:08
Enterprise for the county. 00:16:11
Um. 00:16:13
Did did the vendor provide you said the best value, is that what kind of profit are we looking at as far as? 00:16:14
Some in jail services. 00:16:20
Yeah. So each one of their services have a Commission percentage based off phone visiting the stuff for the tablets. 00:16:22
Um, we use numbers from last year to compute and kind of figure out what they would be for 2023 based off the numbers. 00:16:30
And it turned out to be a path actually had the best overall commissions out of the four as well. OK. 00:16:37
Good, very good. And is that usual for jails to to use this as a revenue stream? I'm asking. Yeah, no idea. Yes. OK. Yeah. 00:16:43
Alright. Thanks. 00:16:47
OK. Any other questions? 00:16:51
Moved to proofread Dub 2300133 second then we'd like Mr. Ross second by Commissioner Dr. Approve all in favor Aye opposed motion 00:16:53
carries #2 present bid B 2300 one 78 shooting range Building addition and new water treatment system facilities Department 00:17:00
Caroline Geiser Purchasing purchasing received two bids. 00:17:07
And they have been sent to facilities department for their review. We will be back on October 16th for approval questions. 00:17:15
Thank you. Thank you. That concludes. This will move to new business #1. Consider contract ID 7441 Master service agreement and 00:17:25
request for service. 00:17:29
From the Child Welfare, Family Support and Visitation Center. 00:17:33
And authorized chair design Allow Communications, LLC. 00:17:36
Good morning, Commissioner, Brian Rose, information technology. 00:17:40
We have in front of you today the Master Service agreement for ALOE. 00:17:44
UM Communications to provide services to the 810 9th St. Ste. 150 and 200 and Greeley. 00:17:47
This has been reviewed by the county Attorney's office. 00:17:55
It's a two year agreement with a monthly reoccurring cost of $520.69. 00:17:58
This will provide all voice and data communications to the building. 00:18:05
Request your approval. 00:18:09
Check questions. 00:18:10
It's approved contract. 00:18:12
2nd It's been moved by Commissioner Ross, Second by Mr. Buck to approve. All in favor. Aye. Opposed. Motion carries. Thank you. 00:18:13
Thanks, Ryan. 00:18:17
#3 Consider contract 87430 Statement of Work for 2023-2024 to related Block grant for Public Health services, Purchase Order Funds 00:18:21
and Authorized Chair to sign. 00:18:26
Good morning, Jason. Good morning, commissioners. This is a a relatively small grant $35,000 to. 00:18:33
Help us ascertain if there is the ability to collaborate on community health assessments. You all probably recall back, I believe 00:18:40
it was in March. We presented the most recent community health assessment that our department did for Weld County. 00:18:47
Those are required periodically and there are probably about 1/2 a dozen or more entities within the county that have similar 00:18:54
requirements to do similar surveys. Up till now, there's been no coordination among those groups. 00:19:01
And. 00:19:08
If you will. 00:19:09
Perhaps 6 independent efforts to get similar information. We're looking to see if we can collaborate with any of those groups to 00:19:10
better utilize resources. So this particular van, it doesn't, it doesn't fund the assessments. 00:19:18
It helps pay perhaps consultants to facilitate meetings to establish. 00:19:26
Whether or not we can collaborate on future assessments and we had a pass around approved by the Board on September 21st, 2023 to 00:19:32
place this on the agenda and. 00:19:37
I'm I I recommend that the board approve the contract for my questions. 00:19:43
What's that? I'll need a roll call vote. So Jason, it would just make sense if you've got a number. I know about hospitals are 00:19:49
doing them and I know a number of other are doing it. And so it would make sense that there's a way because it's costing everybody 00:19:54
quite a bit of money to do these, to do these surveys. So if there's a way that at least maybe parts of it could be combined, that 00:19:59
would certainly, I think that would make sense in the long run. So I fully support, OK, bring it back to the board. Mr. Chair 00:20:05
moved to approve contract ID 7430. 00:20:10
It's been moved by Commissioner Ross, second by Mr. James, to approve. 00:20:16
And we'll cover. 00:20:20
Scott James, Kevin Ross, Yes. 00:20:22
What you saying? 00:20:24
And the reason I know today and I appreciate all the time put into this. 00:20:25
Just I I think we can do this another way, but. 00:20:30
Without taxpayer dollars. So that's a no vote. That's a no vote. 00:20:33
OK. 00:20:36
Payback Yes. Mike Freeman? Yes. Left reflective motion carries 4 to one with commissioner. Same voting No. 00:20:37
Thanks. Thank you. We'll move on to #3. Consider extension of temporary closure of County Road 18 and Market Street intersection 00:20:44
between Cairo's 57 and 59. 00:20:48
Good morning, commissioners Amachi, Public Works. 00:20:54
Presenting on behalf of Asphalt Specialties and Waste Management. 00:20:57
You've previously approved this closure, however the actual closure date was delayed. They weren't able to close the road. I've 00:21:02
been working on single lane closures due to some material shortages that they needed to one prepare the detour route. 00:21:09
And to fill material, once they started working on the actual road work, they've secured those materials and they will be starting 00:21:16
the closure, but they would like to extend it through November 11th. 00:21:21
To make up the time that they needed to. 00:21:28
I'll complete the improvements. 00:21:31
At the intersection. 00:21:33
Variable message boards have been in place the entire time and the detour route. Nothing has changed there. They will still be 00:21:34
using County Road 1857 and 20 and then I 76 is the route to get to Kingsburg. 00:21:41
OK. 00:21:48
Questions. 00:21:49
Second, then moved by Commissioner James, second by Commissioner Buck to approve. All in favor. Opposed motion carries. Thank you. 00:21:51
#4 Consider contract ID 7429 Agreement for purchase of certain property for public vote improvements for County Road 6 and 13 00:21:58
roundabout. Project and authorized chairs. Sign any necessary documents. Hunt. 00:22:03
Hunt Brothers Properties, Inc. 00:22:09
Because. 00:22:13
Good morning, Commissioner Tiffany Johnson, Department of Public Works. This is the last property that we need to acquire for the 00:22:14
six and 13 roundabout. You'll recall that this project has been on our CIP list. This will be able to get us started here with the 00:22:20
approval of this at this final acquisition. 00:22:25
6 and 13 are both arterial roadways, so that's another reason why this is such a critical project for public works. The last 00:22:32
property that we have, the Hunt Brothers property, they're located at the southwest corner of the intersection. 00:22:39
We are acquiring 2.26 acres of public right of way from them, which is our largest piece. It's also going to help facilitate 00:22:46
drainage because we'll have a. 00:22:51
Detention pond that sits there in that corner. We are also acquiring a .364 acre temporary construction easement. We have offered 00:22:56
the land owner $80,000 for the purchase of the right of way and the temporary construction easement and in order to stay on 00:23:06
schedule so that we can start utility relocating, they agreed to a $20,000 cost to care. We also offered our 22,007. 00:23:16
And a dollar signing incentive for Cost Secure will help Asphalt Specialties and Hunt Brothers be able to make the changes to 00:23:26
their recorded exemption plants. If you recall, when we buy right of way by a deed of dedication, we're not severing the property 00:23:32
and fee. And so when it is configuration like a roundabout, you don't have this nice parallel offset for a landowner to really 00:23:39
recognize. So some of those. 00:23:45
That that value or those numbers associated with the cost of care are intended to help pay for the cost to do like a replant, 00:23:52
basically a REPLAT and amended recorded exemption so that they can reflect that new right of way since it is just an easement on 00:23:59
the property. And then that helps everybody kind of establish where setbacks are. 00:24:05
I guess. 00:24:14
That's that's it. There. There shouldn't be any adverse impacts to this. This is a one time acquisition and related to this 00:24:15
specific project and the engineering budget covers all the funds associated with this. I recommend that you approve the project or 00:24:21
request that you do. OK, We'll have any questions. 00:24:28
Hold on again. 00:24:35
Nobody approved contract ID 7429, so there's nobody. Commissioner James second by Commissioner Ross to approve roll call vote. 00:24:36
Scott James, Kevin Ross. Yes, morning saying no pay back. Yes, thank you. Yes. 00:24:44
Motion carries forward one commissioner saying voting no no #5 Consider contract ID 7445, Application for surface Transportation 00:24:51
Block grant. 00:24:56
Project funds for County Road 13 and 50 Intersection realignment project and authorized Department of Public Works to submit 00:25:00
electronically most Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization. 00:25:05
Good morning, Evan. 00:25:10
Good morning, commissioners. Evan Pinkham with Department of Public Works. 00:25:11
So no strange MPO has released their 2023 call for projects for the. 00:25:15
Fiscal year is 2026 and 2027. 00:25:20
Public Works is requesting A submitted application this week. 00:25:23
For the project on County Road 13 and County Road 50. 00:25:28
The project would realign County Road 13. Currently it's an offset intersection. It would move that. 00:25:32
Southern leg to the West to match up with where County Road 13 existing on the West side is. 00:25:39
Also included in the project would be auxiliary turn lanes at the intersection, as well as any bridge that would need to be 00:25:47
constructed on the South. 00:25:51
South Lake at that. 00:25:56
As for funding, what we're requesting from this call is. 00:25:59
About $1.6 million in STB G funding. 00:26:05
For local match Weld County, we're looking at submitting. 00:26:09
Or providing local match in the amount of 305360. 00:26:15
$305,360.00 and then we've got project partners on this that we've been working with for local match. Roman County and Johnstown 00:26:19
have. 00:26:25
I've told us that they would submit. 00:26:33
Matching shares that would equal. 00:26:36
$33,929.36. 00:26:38
So basically just splitting that cost in half. 00:26:42
There's also some other funding that that will need to be included in the project for local overmatch. That's what it is. 00:26:46
And we've been working with the town of Johnstown to split that amount, with each of us contributing. 00:26:55
$1.1 million. 00:27:02
Um, for that? 00:27:04
A little bit over that amount. So the total project cost is comes in just. 00:27:07
Below 1.4 point $2,000,000. 00:27:13
And Public Works would look at constructing this in the 2027 year. So I'd be happy to answer any questions and like I said, we're 00:27:16
just. 00:27:21
Asking to submit this application this week. Applications are due on Friday so. 00:27:26
For the questions. 00:27:31
You have to prove contract ID 7445, then moved by Commissioner Ross, second by Commissioner James to approve. 00:27:33
All in favor. 00:27:39
Motion carries. 00:27:41
#5 Consider contract ID I'm sorry. Number six. Consider contract ID 7446, Application for Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality 00:27:44
Project Grant Funds. 00:27:49
For State Highway 392 and County Road 37 intersection improvement project and authorized Department of Public Works to submit 00:27:54
electronically N Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization. 00:27:58
David Pinkham, Department of Public Works. 00:28:03
During the same funding call, we're looking at submitting an application for CMAC for air quality. 00:28:06
Benefits this project. 00:28:12
Would be auxiliary lane improvements on County Road 37, State Highway 392. 00:28:14
We've been working with cdot together letter of concurrence on the project and. 00:28:20
They're definitely OK with us moving forward with this project and definitely needed improvement for the intersection. 00:28:24
What we're looking at here is. 00:28:30
Gonna be left. Left hand turns on all legs of the intersection. 00:28:32
And then deceleration lanes on State Highway 392, which would be for westbound traffic and eastbound traffic. 00:28:36
For the leg to the for southbound traffic or excuse me, eastbound traffic going South, turning South. 00:28:42
We're looking at adding an acceleration lane to be able to meet up with. 00:28:50
Existing traffic coming. 00:28:56
Southbound. 00:28:57
So for CMAC funding we're looking at, we're asking for $2,000,000 for this project. Local match for Weld County. 00:28:59
Would be 831,500. 00:29:08
And then overmatch would be about $3.1 million. The total project cost is just a little bit over $4 million. 00:29:11
Um. 00:29:20
It is competitive for CMAC dollars, so we. 00:29:21
Are putting the minimum amount that we would allow for funding at $1 million for this project. 00:29:25
But again we are asking for 2 million, so. 00:29:31
We're asking to submit this application this week and applications are due on the. 00:29:35
On Friday. 00:29:39
Good. 00:29:40
What are the questions? 00:29:41
Of the group contract ID 7446. 00:29:43
Mr. James second by Commissioner Ross to approve. 00:29:46
Further discussion. 00:29:49
All in favor, opposed motion carries. Thanks. Thank you. Clarification from Evan real quick. Yeah, you said it's the southbound 00:29:50
lanes coming off of 392. 00:29:55
That's where you have the acceleration lane going South. Yeah, I got you in the left hand, people going. 00:30:00
West and I'd be it'd be it'd be on County Road 37 acceleration going southbound. Exactly. OK. So so that you can pull in both the 00:30:06
westbound traffic and the East Bay exactly at 392 at the same time. Yeah for for 37 just making sure I understood, yeah it was a 00:30:12
it was a bit of a last minute addition but we had our engineers take another look at it and felt that that was a good addition for 00:30:18
the project. I wanted to make you interested. 00:30:23
Great. Thank you. Thanks everyone. That concludes new business with the planning. We do have one more item. 00:30:31
Consider accepting filing of amended and restated Service plan and refer matter to Weld County Planning Commission for study and 00:30:35
recommendation tightly Ranch Metropolitan District its chairman on September 20th. 00:30:41
The law firm of Ice, Snuggle, Seaver and Pogue. 00:30:47
Delivered to the Board of County Commissioners. 00:30:51
Amended and restated Service plan for Tightly Ranch. 00:30:54
Metropolitan District. 00:30:58
The original and this was approved in 2006. 00:31:01
There are amending asking for amendment to the Service plan. 00:31:07
To bring it up to speed with certain legislative changes. 00:31:12
That have happened over that period of time and some other. 00:31:16
More specific issues regarding the property. 00:31:20
And I think possible annexation into. 00:31:24
Municipalities. 00:31:29
So as a result, when it's submitted pursuant to CRS. 00:31:32
321204, subparagraph 2. 00:31:37
Needs to go to the Planning Commission. 00:31:40
Were they recommendation back to you? 00:31:43
And also you need to wave and they have waved the 30 day. 00:31:46
Ohh filing requirement. 00:31:50
So in this resolution it does two things. One is. 00:31:53
It accepts the. 00:31:58
Filing of that service, Amended Service plan. 00:32:01
It sets up the date of. 00:32:05
November 7th, 1:30 PM for the purposes of the Planning Commission. 00:32:07
Sharing it. 00:32:13
And then finally, what it does is it requires the Planning Commission. 00:32:14
To report back to you on November 14th. 00:32:19
Then at that point we have a resolution ready to go so that. 00:32:23
You said it in accordance with state statute. 00:32:27
For a hearing before you to consider. 00:32:30
That amendment. 00:32:34
So that's what this resolution does. 00:32:35
OK. 00:32:37
Support. Have any questions? 00:32:38
Just want to make sure people understand this. So this is already approved in 2006 by the then current Board of County 00:32:40
Commissioners, correct? So essentially this is a a process that we're voting on. 00:32:46
Where it goes through, the Planning Commission comes back to us for us to vote at that time. 00:32:52
That we want to go ahead and. 00:32:56
Is it a refiling to? It's an amendment to the Service plan, but some statutes that were just passed, correct. OK. 00:33:00
OK. Any other questions? 00:33:08
OK, bring back the board. 00:33:11
And improve their move to approve the resolution. 00:33:13
Select. 00:33:15
Can you like Mr. James, second by Mr. Ross to approve all in favor. Opposed Motion carries, concludes planning. We do have public 00:33:16
comment. If there's anybody from the public that wishes to come up and discuss anything with the commissioners for up to 3 00:33:22
minutes, it's not on our agenda. This is your opportunity. 00:33:27
And see public input. I will close that and we will adjourn at 926. Thanks everybody. 00:33:34
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Please stand and join me for the Pledge of Allegiance. 00:06:58
To the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with 00:07:01
liberty and justice for all. 00:07:07
Yeah. 00:07:13
It's Monday, October 2nd, called on board. County commissioners will call please. 00:07:15
Thank you, Kevin Ross Laurie saying present. 00:07:21
Present My Freeman Reflect All five county commissioners are present Minutes approval of Minutes of September 18th, 2023 second. 00:07:25
And move like Mr. Shane said, like Mr. Buck, to approve all in favor. 00:07:33
Opposed motion carries and the city agenda. Do we have any amendments? 00:07:37
Percent agenda agenda. 00:07:42
Second been moved by Mr. Ross. Second by Commissioner James. Approve the consent agenda all in favor. Opposed motion carries 00:07:44
proclamations. 00:07:48
This is for. 00:07:53
Will County Long Term Case Long Term Care Residents Rights Month October 2023 come on 10. 00:07:54
Good morning, Commissioners. So where is the board of Weld County? Commissioners respects the rights of the more than 700 00:08:02
individuals living in eight nursing homes and nearly 1000 individuals living in 24 assisted living facilities in Weld County, and 00:08:07
where of all residents should be aware of their rights so they may be empowered to live with dignity. 00:08:13
And self determination and whereas the World County Long Term Care Buzzman program will be commemorating residents rights month 00:08:19
with the theme Amplify our voices emphasizing a community of long term care residents coming together to make their voices heard 00:08:25
Now therefore be it proclaimed by the board Well county commissioners that October be known as well County Long Term Care 00:08:30
Residents Rights Month County commissioners. 00:08:36
Morning Commissioners, Tammy Grant, Deputy Director, Department. 00:08:46
On behalf of Area Agency and Aging and the Department of Human Services. 00:08:50
Um, as you just wrote into. 00:08:54
The minutes Today, October, is National Long Term Care Residents Rights Month. 00:08:57
And it's an annual event designed to honor residents living in their long term care facilities This provides. 00:09:01
Us with an opportunity to focus and celebrate the dignity and rights of every individual receiving long term care services within 00:09:10
our community. 00:09:14
This year seem amplified. 00:09:19
Theme amplifier voices. 00:09:21
It helps us to encourage residents to be outspoken about their preferences and their choices. Residence Rights Months highlights 00:09:23
the importance of listening to residents. 00:09:28
And honoring and recognizing their preferences and all those who live in nursing homes as well as assisted living facilities. 00:09:32
So we appreciate the opportunity to highlight this within our own community and I'd like to take just a moment to recognize 00:09:40
everybody who is here today. 00:09:45
Megan Maldonado is our Long Term Care Ombudsman, Program Supervisor and our Regional Ombudsman Desiree Rodriguez with the Long 00:09:50
Term care on both machine. 00:09:55
Veronica Paxton, also with the Ombudsman team. 00:10:00
Joe Colebrooke, The Area Agency on Aging, Deputy Division head. 00:10:03
Kelly Morrison for Area Agency and Aging. 00:10:08
Division head. 00:10:11
Meg McWilliams. 00:10:13
A supervisor with our sub team. 00:10:15
Nicole Seward and options for. 00:10:18
OA. 00:10:24
Community support specialist. 00:10:28
Danica Fagan. 00:10:30
I'm also with our community Service coordinator, position Michelle Shepherd with our In Home program coordinator. 00:10:32
Edith. 00:10:40
Venegas. 00:10:41
Is a case 8IN that area and we also have Angela courthouse sub supervisor. 00:10:43
We had a couple individuals who were going to represent external attendees and I'm not sure if Darren Nelson or Roxanne Martinez 00:10:51
were able to make it today, but they were representing a life care center of Greeley. So thank you for allowing us to have this 00:10:57
opportunity today. 00:11:02
To miss anybody. 00:11:09
What you doing? 00:11:15
I promise. 00:11:16
Short and sweet, thank you so much for the care that you provide and the services that you provide our wisest citizens. We 00:11:17
appreciate your care. 00:11:21
Well, I want to thank you also because I think that the elderly sometimes get a little bit dismissed, but they don't have a voice 00:11:26
and then we can tuck them away and that is just not acceptable. So I am so glad that I'm doing this and I commend all of you, it's 00:11:32
your your heart is as big as you are. So thank you. Thank you so much. 00:11:38
Yeah, thank you all for the great job you do. Our elderly are are a precious resource in our community. Letting their voices be 00:11:45
heard is is absolutely important to you guys. Strive for that and I say thank you. 00:11:51
So. 00:11:57
Congratulations. 00:11:58
Mr. Clean. 00:11:59
As a recent service project started by Councilman Wayland and Firestone and was helping. 00:12:01
Elderly aging place. 00:12:07
I know this is on long term care, but when the speeches the volunteers gave us, you know, aging us. 00:12:08
Um, basically the art of living with loss, loss of mobility. 00:12:15
Relationships. Senses. 00:12:20
Income and so many different things, but they should never have delivered the loss of the rights. 00:12:23
And so I just really want to thank this team in particular for making sure that. 00:12:28
So that hospitable in our society, we're taking care of them so that they can. 00:12:32
They have, they can have that dignity. 00:12:37
Because we're. 00:12:38
We're at a loss without some of our or our elderly folks that have so much wisdom. So, thank you so, so very much. There are 00:12:40
parents, their mothers. 00:12:44
And continue to be friends. 00:12:49
Yeah. And I would agree. I just thank you Tim and thank you Jamie and thank you to all of you guys for what you do. I mean our 00:12:53
other citizens are some of our biggest assets. I mean we've all, we've all had that. 00:12:58
All those old people have had that opportunity to deal with aging parents and aging grandparents. And it's it's just it's a lot of 00:13:04
work, it's a lot of time. It's a lot of struggle. And so thank you guys for what you do. 00:13:10
Every single day. 00:13:15
And with that can we take picture and if you want to bring. 00:13:17
Bring your crew up. 00:13:21
Yeah, probably could be. 00:13:26
Hmm. 00:13:37
The. 00:13:40
Alright, everybody ready? 00:13:52
123. 00:13:54
123. 00:13:57
Thank you, thank you, thank you everybody. Thank you, Thank you so much for your hard work. 00:14:00
I don't know. 00:14:05
So do you have or would you have to get to it? 00:14:10
What's happening? 00:14:21
OK, that will move on to one. General warrants for September 29th 2023 approve orders then moved by Commissioner Ross. Second by 00:14:24
Mr. James to approve all in favor opposed motion carries. Move on to bids. Number one, approve the B23. Hundred 133 inmate 00:14:31
Communication services, Sheriff's Office and Department of Justice Services. Good morning. 00:14:38
Good morning. 00:14:48
Karen Geiser, Purchasing. 00:14:50
A reason IFP was sent out for a variety of services for the North Jail Complex and SW Substation. These services include inmate 00:14:54
phones, inmate visiting inmate tablets, law library and online credit card bonding. 00:15:02
Through an amendment, it also included phone services for community corrections alternative sentencing. This is a revenue 00:15:10
generating contract for the county. 00:15:16
4 vendors submitted bids as well as best and final offers. 00:15:23
Each vendor was scored based on. 00:15:29
Call. 00:15:31
Visiting tablet ratings fees. 00:15:33
And Commission availability, service and support requirements, investigative features. 00:15:37
Customer service and qualifications. 00:15:44
The results of the committee evaluation show via path, as the overall best value for these services. 00:15:47
Therefore, the detention division is recommending the award of the contract to Via Path Technologies. 00:15:54
OK, questions, questions. 00:16:02
So on here it is. I'm looking at the scoring sheet, but. 00:16:04
You said this is a revenue generating. 00:16:08
Enterprise for the county. 00:16:11
Um. 00:16:13
Did did the vendor provide you said the best value, is that what kind of profit are we looking at as far as? 00:16:14
Some in jail services. 00:16:20
Yeah. So each one of their services have a Commission percentage based off phone visiting the stuff for the tablets. 00:16:22
Um, we use numbers from last year to compute and kind of figure out what they would be for 2023 based off the numbers. 00:16:30
And it turned out to be a path actually had the best overall commissions out of the four as well. OK. 00:16:37
Good, very good. And is that usual for jails to to use this as a revenue stream? I'm asking. Yeah, no idea. Yes. OK. Yeah. 00:16:43
Alright. Thanks. 00:16:47
OK. Any other questions? 00:16:51
Moved to proofread Dub 2300133 second then we'd like Mr. Ross second by Commissioner Dr. Approve all in favor Aye opposed motion 00:16:53
carries #2 present bid B 2300 one 78 shooting range Building addition and new water treatment system facilities Department 00:17:00
Caroline Geiser Purchasing purchasing received two bids. 00:17:07
And they have been sent to facilities department for their review. We will be back on October 16th for approval questions. 00:17:15
Thank you. Thank you. That concludes. This will move to new business #1. Consider contract ID 7441 Master service agreement and 00:17:25
request for service. 00:17:29
From the Child Welfare, Family Support and Visitation Center. 00:17:33
And authorized chair design Allow Communications, LLC. 00:17:36
Good morning, Commissioner, Brian Rose, information technology. 00:17:40
We have in front of you today the Master Service agreement for ALOE. 00:17:44
UM Communications to provide services to the 810 9th St. Ste. 150 and 200 and Greeley. 00:17:47
This has been reviewed by the county Attorney's office. 00:17:55
It's a two year agreement with a monthly reoccurring cost of $520.69. 00:17:58
This will provide all voice and data communications to the building. 00:18:05
Request your approval. 00:18:09
Check questions. 00:18:10
It's approved contract. 00:18:12
2nd It's been moved by Commissioner Ross, Second by Mr. Buck to approve. All in favor. Aye. Opposed. Motion carries. Thank you. 00:18:13
Thanks, Ryan. 00:18:17
#3 Consider contract 87430 Statement of Work for 2023-2024 to related Block grant for Public Health services, Purchase Order Funds 00:18:21
and Authorized Chair to sign. 00:18:26
Good morning, Jason. Good morning, commissioners. This is a a relatively small grant $35,000 to. 00:18:33
Help us ascertain if there is the ability to collaborate on community health assessments. You all probably recall back, I believe 00:18:40
it was in March. We presented the most recent community health assessment that our department did for Weld County. 00:18:47
Those are required periodically and there are probably about 1/2 a dozen or more entities within the county that have similar 00:18:54
requirements to do similar surveys. Up till now, there's been no coordination among those groups. 00:19:01
And. 00:19:08
If you will. 00:19:09
Perhaps 6 independent efforts to get similar information. We're looking to see if we can collaborate with any of those groups to 00:19:10
better utilize resources. So this particular van, it doesn't, it doesn't fund the assessments. 00:19:18
It helps pay perhaps consultants to facilitate meetings to establish. 00:19:26
Whether or not we can collaborate on future assessments and we had a pass around approved by the Board on September 21st, 2023 to 00:19:32
place this on the agenda and. 00:19:37
I'm I I recommend that the board approve the contract for my questions. 00:19:43
What's that? I'll need a roll call vote. So Jason, it would just make sense if you've got a number. I know about hospitals are 00:19:49
doing them and I know a number of other are doing it. And so it would make sense that there's a way because it's costing everybody 00:19:54
quite a bit of money to do these, to do these surveys. So if there's a way that at least maybe parts of it could be combined, that 00:19:59
would certainly, I think that would make sense in the long run. So I fully support, OK, bring it back to the board. Mr. Chair 00:20:05
moved to approve contract ID 7430. 00:20:10
It's been moved by Commissioner Ross, second by Mr. James, to approve. 00:20:16
And we'll cover. 00:20:20
Scott James, Kevin Ross, Yes. 00:20:22
What you saying? 00:20:24
And the reason I know today and I appreciate all the time put into this. 00:20:25
Just I I think we can do this another way, but. 00:20:30
Without taxpayer dollars. So that's a no vote. That's a no vote. 00:20:33
OK. 00:20:36
Payback Yes. Mike Freeman? Yes. Left reflective motion carries 4 to one with commissioner. Same voting No. 00:20:37
Thanks. Thank you. We'll move on to #3. Consider extension of temporary closure of County Road 18 and Market Street intersection 00:20:44
between Cairo's 57 and 59. 00:20:48
Good morning, commissioners Amachi, Public Works. 00:20:54
Presenting on behalf of Asphalt Specialties and Waste Management. 00:20:57
You've previously approved this closure, however the actual closure date was delayed. They weren't able to close the road. I've 00:21:02
been working on single lane closures due to some material shortages that they needed to one prepare the detour route. 00:21:09
And to fill material, once they started working on the actual road work, they've secured those materials and they will be starting 00:21:16
the closure, but they would like to extend it through November 11th. 00:21:21
To make up the time that they needed to. 00:21:28
I'll complete the improvements. 00:21:31
At the intersection. 00:21:33
Variable message boards have been in place the entire time and the detour route. Nothing has changed there. They will still be 00:21:34
using County Road 1857 and 20 and then I 76 is the route to get to Kingsburg. 00:21:41
OK. 00:21:48
Questions. 00:21:49
Second, then moved by Commissioner James, second by Commissioner Buck to approve. All in favor. Opposed motion carries. Thank you. 00:21:51
#4 Consider contract ID 7429 Agreement for purchase of certain property for public vote improvements for County Road 6 and 13 00:21:58
roundabout. Project and authorized chairs. Sign any necessary documents. Hunt. 00:22:03
Hunt Brothers Properties, Inc. 00:22:09
Because. 00:22:13
Good morning, Commissioner Tiffany Johnson, Department of Public Works. This is the last property that we need to acquire for the 00:22:14
six and 13 roundabout. You'll recall that this project has been on our CIP list. This will be able to get us started here with the 00:22:20
approval of this at this final acquisition. 00:22:25
6 and 13 are both arterial roadways, so that's another reason why this is such a critical project for public works. The last 00:22:32
property that we have, the Hunt Brothers property, they're located at the southwest corner of the intersection. 00:22:39
We are acquiring 2.26 acres of public right of way from them, which is our largest piece. It's also going to help facilitate 00:22:46
drainage because we'll have a. 00:22:51
Detention pond that sits there in that corner. We are also acquiring a .364 acre temporary construction easement. We have offered 00:22:56
the land owner $80,000 for the purchase of the right of way and the temporary construction easement and in order to stay on 00:23:06
schedule so that we can start utility relocating, they agreed to a $20,000 cost to care. We also offered our 22,007. 00:23:16
And a dollar signing incentive for Cost Secure will help Asphalt Specialties and Hunt Brothers be able to make the changes to 00:23:26
their recorded exemption plants. If you recall, when we buy right of way by a deed of dedication, we're not severing the property 00:23:32
and fee. And so when it is configuration like a roundabout, you don't have this nice parallel offset for a landowner to really 00:23:39
recognize. So some of those. 00:23:45
That that value or those numbers associated with the cost of care are intended to help pay for the cost to do like a replant, 00:23:52
basically a REPLAT and amended recorded exemption so that they can reflect that new right of way since it is just an easement on 00:23:59
the property. And then that helps everybody kind of establish where setbacks are. 00:24:05
I guess. 00:24:14
That's that's it. There. There shouldn't be any adverse impacts to this. This is a one time acquisition and related to this 00:24:15
specific project and the engineering budget covers all the funds associated with this. I recommend that you approve the project or 00:24:21
request that you do. OK, We'll have any questions. 00:24:28
Hold on again. 00:24:35
Nobody approved contract ID 7429, so there's nobody. Commissioner James second by Commissioner Ross to approve roll call vote. 00:24:36
Scott James, Kevin Ross. Yes, morning saying no pay back. Yes, thank you. Yes. 00:24:44
Motion carries forward one commissioner saying voting no no #5 Consider contract ID 7445, Application for surface Transportation 00:24:51
Block grant. 00:24:56
Project funds for County Road 13 and 50 Intersection realignment project and authorized Department of Public Works to submit 00:25:00
electronically most Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization. 00:25:05
Good morning, Evan. 00:25:10
Good morning, commissioners. Evan Pinkham with Department of Public Works. 00:25:11
So no strange MPO has released their 2023 call for projects for the. 00:25:15
Fiscal year is 2026 and 2027. 00:25:20
Public Works is requesting A submitted application this week. 00:25:23
For the project on County Road 13 and County Road 50. 00:25:28
The project would realign County Road 13. Currently it's an offset intersection. It would move that. 00:25:32
Southern leg to the West to match up with where County Road 13 existing on the West side is. 00:25:39
Also included in the project would be auxiliary turn lanes at the intersection, as well as any bridge that would need to be 00:25:47
constructed on the South. 00:25:51
South Lake at that. 00:25:56
As for funding, what we're requesting from this call is. 00:25:59
About $1.6 million in STB G funding. 00:26:05
For local match Weld County, we're looking at submitting. 00:26:09
Or providing local match in the amount of 305360. 00:26:15
$305,360.00 and then we've got project partners on this that we've been working with for local match. Roman County and Johnstown 00:26:19
have. 00:26:25
I've told us that they would submit. 00:26:33
Matching shares that would equal. 00:26:36
$33,929.36. 00:26:38
So basically just splitting that cost in half. 00:26:42
There's also some other funding that that will need to be included in the project for local overmatch. That's what it is. 00:26:46
And we've been working with the town of Johnstown to split that amount, with each of us contributing. 00:26:55
$1.1 million. 00:27:02
Um, for that? 00:27:04
A little bit over that amount. So the total project cost is comes in just. 00:27:07
Below 1.4 point $2,000,000. 00:27:13
And Public Works would look at constructing this in the 2027 year. So I'd be happy to answer any questions and like I said, we're 00:27:16
just. 00:27:21
Asking to submit this application this week. Applications are due on Friday so. 00:27:26
For the questions. 00:27:31
You have to prove contract ID 7445, then moved by Commissioner Ross, second by Commissioner James to approve. 00:27:33
All in favor. 00:27:39
Motion carries. 00:27:41
#5 Consider contract ID I'm sorry. Number six. Consider contract ID 7446, Application for Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality 00:27:44
Project Grant Funds. 00:27:49
For State Highway 392 and County Road 37 intersection improvement project and authorized Department of Public Works to submit 00:27:54
electronically N Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization. 00:27:58
David Pinkham, Department of Public Works. 00:28:03
During the same funding call, we're looking at submitting an application for CMAC for air quality. 00:28:06
Benefits this project. 00:28:12
Would be auxiliary lane improvements on County Road 37, State Highway 392. 00:28:14
We've been working with cdot together letter of concurrence on the project and. 00:28:20
They're definitely OK with us moving forward with this project and definitely needed improvement for the intersection. 00:28:24
What we're looking at here is. 00:28:30
Gonna be left. Left hand turns on all legs of the intersection. 00:28:32
And then deceleration lanes on State Highway 392, which would be for westbound traffic and eastbound traffic. 00:28:36
For the leg to the for southbound traffic or excuse me, eastbound traffic going South, turning South. 00:28:42
We're looking at adding an acceleration lane to be able to meet up with. 00:28:50
Existing traffic coming. 00:28:56
Southbound. 00:28:57
So for CMAC funding we're looking at, we're asking for $2,000,000 for this project. Local match for Weld County. 00:28:59
Would be 831,500. 00:29:08
And then overmatch would be about $3.1 million. The total project cost is just a little bit over $4 million. 00:29:11
Um. 00:29:20
It is competitive for CMAC dollars, so we. 00:29:21
Are putting the minimum amount that we would allow for funding at $1 million for this project. 00:29:25
But again we are asking for 2 million, so. 00:29:31
We're asking to submit this application this week and applications are due on the. 00:29:35
On Friday. 00:29:39
Good. 00:29:40
What are the questions? 00:29:41
Of the group contract ID 7446. 00:29:43
Mr. James second by Commissioner Ross to approve. 00:29:46
Further discussion. 00:29:49
All in favor, opposed motion carries. Thanks. Thank you. Clarification from Evan real quick. Yeah, you said it's the southbound 00:29:50
lanes coming off of 392. 00:29:55
That's where you have the acceleration lane going South. Yeah, I got you in the left hand, people going. 00:30:00
West and I'd be it'd be it'd be on County Road 37 acceleration going southbound. Exactly. OK. So so that you can pull in both the 00:30:06
westbound traffic and the East Bay exactly at 392 at the same time. Yeah for for 37 just making sure I understood, yeah it was a 00:30:12
it was a bit of a last minute addition but we had our engineers take another look at it and felt that that was a good addition for 00:30:18
the project. I wanted to make you interested. 00:30:23
Great. Thank you. Thanks everyone. That concludes new business with the planning. We do have one more item. 00:30:31
Consider accepting filing of amended and restated Service plan and refer matter to Weld County Planning Commission for study and 00:30:35
recommendation tightly Ranch Metropolitan District its chairman on September 20th. 00:30:41
The law firm of Ice, Snuggle, Seaver and Pogue. 00:30:47
Delivered to the Board of County Commissioners. 00:30:51
Amended and restated Service plan for Tightly Ranch. 00:30:54
Metropolitan District. 00:30:58
The original and this was approved in 2006. 00:31:01
There are amending asking for amendment to the Service plan. 00:31:07
To bring it up to speed with certain legislative changes. 00:31:12
That have happened over that period of time and some other. 00:31:16
More specific issues regarding the property. 00:31:20
And I think possible annexation into. 00:31:24
Municipalities. 00:31:29
So as a result, when it's submitted pursuant to CRS. 00:31:32
321204, subparagraph 2. 00:31:37
Needs to go to the Planning Commission. 00:31:40
Were they recommendation back to you? 00:31:43
And also you need to wave and they have waved the 30 day. 00:31:46
Ohh filing requirement. 00:31:50
So in this resolution it does two things. One is. 00:31:53
It accepts the. 00:31:58
Filing of that service, Amended Service plan. 00:32:01
It sets up the date of. 00:32:05
November 7th, 1:30 PM for the purposes of the Planning Commission. 00:32:07
Sharing it. 00:32:13
And then finally, what it does is it requires the Planning Commission. 00:32:14
To report back to you on November 14th. 00:32:19
Then at that point we have a resolution ready to go so that. 00:32:23
You said it in accordance with state statute. 00:32:27
For a hearing before you to consider. 00:32:30
That amendment. 00:32:34
So that's what this resolution does. 00:32:35
OK. 00:32:37
Support. Have any questions? 00:32:38
Just want to make sure people understand this. So this is already approved in 2006 by the then current Board of County 00:32:40
Commissioners, correct? So essentially this is a a process that we're voting on. 00:32:46
Where it goes through, the Planning Commission comes back to us for us to vote at that time. 00:32:52
That we want to go ahead and. 00:32:56
Is it a refiling to? It's an amendment to the Service plan, but some statutes that were just passed, correct. OK. 00:33:00
OK. Any other questions? 00:33:08
OK, bring back the board. 00:33:11
And improve their move to approve the resolution. 00:33:13
Select. 00:33:15
Can you like Mr. James, second by Mr. Ross to approve all in favor. Opposed Motion carries, concludes planning. We do have public 00:33:16
comment. If there's anybody from the public that wishes to come up and discuss anything with the commissioners for up to 3 00:33:22
minutes, it's not on our agenda. This is your opportunity. 00:33:27
And see public input. I will close that and we will adjourn at 926. Thanks everybody. 00:33:34
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