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AMENDMENTS TO AGENDA

CONSENT AGENDA

WARRANTS: 1) GENERAL WARRANTS – DECEMBER 8, 2023

2) COMMISSIONER WARRANTS (KEVIN D. ROSS) – DECEMBER 8, 2023

BIDS: 1) APPROVE BID #B2300207, CUSTODIAL SERVICES FOR DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (BUILDINGS A, B, AND C) – FACILITIES DEPARTMENT

2) PRESENT BID #B2300211, LEGAL NEWSPAPER SERVICE FOR 2024 – CLERK TO THE BOARD

NEW BUSINESS: 1) CONSIDER CONTRACT FOR 2024 VICTIM ASSISTANCE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT (VALE) GRANT FOR VICTIM WITNESS ASSISTANCE UNIT AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN ELECTRONICALLY

2) CONSIDER AGREEMENT FOR AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN ACT (ARPA) SUBRECIPIENT FEDERAL RECOVERY FUNDS (EXHIBIT E), AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN ELECTRONICALLY

3) CONSIDER PETITION FOR ABATEMENT OR REFUND OF TAXES FOR ACCOUNT NO. P3734507 – K2D, INC., DBA COLORADO PREMIUM FOODS

4) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #7647 AWARD LETTER FOR 2023 STATE CRIMINAL ALIEN ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SCAAP) GRANT AND AUTHORIZE CONTROLLER TO SUBMIT ELECTRONICALLY

5) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #7654 CONTRACT FOR 2024 VICTIM ASSISTANCE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT (VALE) GRANT FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT VICTIM SERVICES, AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN

6) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #7665 AWARD LETTER AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT FOR 2023 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM FOR PURCHASE OF LICENSE PLATE READERS AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN AND SUBMIT ELECTRONICALLY

7) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #7637 LABORATORY SERVICES GROUP PURCHASING AGREEMENT AND PARTICIPATION FORM (EXHIBITS E AND F) FOR REDUCED COSTS OF CLINICAL LABORATORY SERVICES, AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN – COLORADO COMMUNITY HEALTH NETWORK, AND LABORATORY CORPORATION OF AMERICA

8) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #7661 CHANGE ORDER #2 TO AGREEMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION SERVICES FOR CHASE BUILDING (822 7TH ST, GREELEY) RENOVATION PROJECT (BID #B2300107) AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN – TCC CORPORATION

9) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #7657 INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT FOR GRAVEL ROAD MAINTENANCE AND SNOW REMOVAL, AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN – TOWN OF SEVERANCE

10) CONSIDER CONTRACT ID #7663 AMENDMENT TO PURCHASE OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT FOR OIL AND GAS AUDITS AND EVALUATION SERVICES, AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN – MARTINDALE CONSULTANTS, INC.

11) CONSIDER LOBBYING AGREEMENT AND AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN – COLORADO LEGISLATIVE SERVICES, LLC, DBA COLORADO LEGISLATIVE STRATEGIES

PLANNING: 1) CONSIDER FULL RELEASE OF WARRANTY COLLATERAL FOR CHANGE OF ZONE, PUDZ16- 0001, AND PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT FINAL PLAN, PUDF16-0003 – GANDER VALLEY FARMS, LTD.

2) CONSIDER APPLICATION FOR SMALL BUSINESS INCENTIVE PROGRAM AND AUTHORIZE RELEASE OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TRUST FUNDS (TIER I) – WHOLESOME MEATS AND LOCKERS, LLC

PUBLIC COMMENT

For the Pledge of Allegiance. 00:03:05
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, 00:03:08
indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 00:03:13
When it's Monday, December 11th, Colorado County Commissioners roll call, please. 00:03:24
Mike Freeman. 00:03:33
Sure, but the regular reflected 4 out of five county commissioners are present minutes. Approval of Nancy, November 27, 2023. 00:03:34
Second move by Commissioner Buck. Second by Commissioner James to approve all in favor. Opposed motion carries. Read Ordinance by 00:03:42
audio Read Emergency Ordinance #260 by audio Move to read Emergency Ordinance 260 by audio. It's been moved by Commissioner Ross, 00:03:48
seconded by Commissioner Buck to read by audio. All in favor, opposed motion carries none of the other. Do we have any amendments? 00:03:54
No. No. OK Approval of the consent agenda. 00:04:00
Item number two under consent agenda. 00:04:07
Miscellaneous is a partial recorded partial location of record exemption. Does anybody need this poll? 00:04:10
OK. Then we'll go ahead and a firm motion to approve the consent agenda as a as a as, as, as as it currently appears. 00:04:16
Move to prove consent agenda say. 00:04:25
Moved by Commissioner James, second by Commissioner Ross to approve the consent agenda. All in favor aye opposed motion carries 00:04:27
general. 00:04:31
Then moved by to Mr. Ross, Second by Mr. Box Approve Alliance All in favor Aye Opposed Motion Carries #2. Commissioner Williams 00:04:38
Kennedy Ross December 8th, 2023. 00:04:42
Group second the move like Mr. Block, second by Mr. James to approve, we'll call vote. 00:04:48
Scotland. 00:04:54
Payback. Yes, Mike Freeman. 00:04:58
Bids number one Approved bid 2300 two 07 Custodial services for Department of Human Services Buildings AB and C Facilities 00:05:01
Department. 00:05:06
Good morning, Toby Taylor Purchasing. 00:05:13
Facilities department advertise this bid for routine custodial services for the Human Services buildings AB and C Oban janitorial 00:05:16
was low bid that met specifications and the Facilities department is recommending the the award be to Oban Janitorial in the 00:05:22
amount of 6500 per month. 00:05:28
In addition, the bid has language to allow one year contract extensions for up to three additional terms at the counties 00:05:35
discretion. 00:05:39
And the facilities department is recommending approval. 00:05:44
That questions. 00:05:48
Move to approve bid 230-0207. 00:05:52
By Commissioner Ross seconded by Commissioner James, to approve all in favor aye, opposed motion carries. 00:05:56
#2 Projected the 2300 to 11 legal newspaper service for 2024 Clerk to the board. 00:06:01
Good morning, Toby Taylor purchasing legal newspaper services were advertised for 2024 calendar year. Two bids were received and 00:06:07
the clerk to the board is reviewing those bids and will return for an approval recommendation on December. 00:06:15
20. 00:06:22
OK, questions. 00:06:24
New business. Consider contract for 2024, victim assistance and law enforcement deal grab for victim assistance Unit and 00:06:26
authorized care. Sign electronically. Morning, Michael. Good morning, Commissioners Michael, Rick and Carol Patch for the District 00:06:32
Attorney's office. Nice to see everybody go, Buffs. We had a heck of a weekend. 00:06:38
Well, yesterday, I don't know. I'm talking about the recruiting. 00:06:45
You have in preview you all authorized the the placement of this on the agenda without a work session. This is a request by us to 00:06:52
be able to accept the bail grant funding that was authorized by the the veil board in the amount $156,200. 00:07:00
Keeping us square on all these grants, applying for these grant opportunities, getting us the funding that we need above and 00:07:42
beyond the the generosity of the commissioners to help fund this program. When I go before the veil board and and make the request 00:07:48
for these for these dollars, she has made it very, very easy and they simply just nod at me and say yes you may. So I really 00:07:53
appreciate that, but we're happy to answer any questions by the commissioners. OK, questions. 00:07:59
But as part of the past $3 that come from Vail, from the ARPA funds, there is an authorizer, the ability for us to withdraw 10% of 00:08:37
those dollars for administrative services that goes to pay for the administration of that grant. This is an amount of $9101.00. 00:08:44
This is as Carol noted in the past, around the second final year for acceptance of these funds. We're simply asking for 00:08:51
authorization to accept those funds. OK, questions. 00:08:57
Lived approved by commissioner Ross. I'd like Mr. but to approve all in favor those motion carries a great week. Thanks for your 00:09:04
time. Thank you. 00:09:08
#3 Consider Petition for abatement for Refund of Taxes for Account Account Number P 3734507 Katie 2. 00:09:13
Key to ink new businesses, call our premium foods. 00:09:26
Actually owned the equipment so it resulted in a double taxation or double assessment. This appointment request removes that 00:10:07
leased equipment from the K2D Incorporated account and we are recommending for 2022 you approve the petition for abatement. The 00:10:15
approval will change the value from $7,022,047 to $5,841,038. This reduces the tax from $177,571.17. 00:10:23
To $147,000 seven hundred $147,706.39 and results in a tax abatement of $29,864.78. 00:10:32
Questions. 00:10:44
Move to prove the petition for abatement. Then moved by Commissioner Ross, seconded by Commissioner Buck to approve the abatement. 00:10:46
All in favor opposed motion case. 00:10:50
7647 Award letter for 2023 State Criminal Alien Assistance Program grant and authorized control to sign electronically. Good 00:10:56
morning, Board of Commissioners, for the records on your program. Finance Manager of Welcome Sheriff's Office. 00:11:04
I'm presenting Contracts 7647, the 2023 State Criminal Alien Assistant Program Funding Award of $204,740 to you today and request 00:11:12
approval to accept these funds near the Federal grants.gov management tool. The pass around regarding this request was reviewed by 00:11:22
the County Attorney and signed off by all 5 commissioners on the 29th of November 2023. 00:11:32
The award can only be used for correctional purposes. Welcome Sheriff's Office is utilizing it to offset medical services cost in 00:11:42
the jail and the electronic award acceptance is done by the Contrary Controller Crystal Video as the set administrator for 00:11:49
grants.gov on behalf of the chair. 00:11:56
Question Move to Approve contact ID 7647. 00:12:04
And by Commissioner Ross second by commissioner saying to approve all in favor. 00:12:08
#5 Consider contract 197654 Contract for 2024 Victim Assistance and Law Enforcement Bail Grant for Law Enforcement Victim Services 00:12:14
and Authorized Terrorist Line. 00:12:19
OK, for the records from the COBRA Finance Manager about County Sheriff's Office presenting contract 7654, the award for the 2024 00:12:25
Victim Assistance Law Enforcement grant in the amount of 39,930 and I'm requesting approval to accept the funding and have the 00:12:33
chair sign the award letter. The grand period covers the 1st of January 24th to the 31st of December 2024. The amount will be 00:12:40
used. 00:12:48
To fund a portion of 1 FTE and the Victim's Assistance Unit in the Sheriff's Office. 00:12:56
This covers about 44% of their salary costs. Overall. The Victims Assistant Unit will be staffed OR or is staffed with two FTE 00:13:01
Victim Advocates and is funded through Vail and Volcker Grant and the General Fund. The agreement has been reviewed by the County 00:13:10
Attorney and the pass around approved and signed on the 4th of December by all 5 commissioners. OK, questions. 00:13:18
Who would approve contract at E 7654 so by Commissioner James Second by Commissioner Ross to approve all in favor Opposed motion 00:13:27
carries number six. Consider contract ID 7665 award letter and their government agreement for 20/23/2023. Edwin Burn Memorial 00:13:34
Justice Assistance Grant Program for purchase and for purchase of license plate readers. Unauthorized chair to sign incident 00:13:40
electronically. 00:13:46
OK, for the records on your call graph, I'm here today to present contract 7665, the 2023 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistant 00:13:53
Grant Award to you for approval. We have been awarded $49,856 which will fund 3 stationary license plate readers for our patrol 00:14:03
investigations departments. I would like to request approval to accept the funds for the Sheriff's Office and have the chair sign. 00:14:13
Via doctor sign, the grand award has been reviewed by the county's attorney and the PA was approved by. 00:14:24
5 Commissioners on the 6th of December 2023. I presented this grant in the summer of this year already to you and we've had a 00:14:30
preliminary award and it took several months to actually get the the paperwork, the official award via DocuSign. 00:14:40
Move to approve. Thank you. Sonia then moved by Commissioner Buck, said Goodbye Commissioner James to approve. All in favor. 00:14:53
Opposed. Motion carries. Thank you. 00:14:57
#7 Consider contract ID 7637 Laboratory services group purchasing agreement and participatory form for Reduced Cost of Clinical 00:15:03
Laboratory services and authorized terrace on Colorado Community Health Network and Laboratory Corporation of America. 00:15:11
Good morning. Good morning, commissioners, Jason Chester with the Health Department. This item relates to a contract with the 00:15:22
Colorado Community Health Network. That group acts as a purchasing agent for LabCorp in our department. 00:15:29
Spends 10s of thousands of dollars per year. 00:15:37
For testing we pay lab for 10s of thousands of dollars a year for various tests for patients. 00:15:41
This contract will allow us to continue to receive steep discounts, up to 50% on lab fees. That equates to about $20,000 or more 00:15:47
per year in savings. 00:15:52
This was presented to the board on the pass around on November 16th of 2023 and I recommend that the board approve the contract. 00:15:57
Not approved contract ID 7630. Second, I moved by Commissioner Ross Effect by Commissioner Buck to approve. All in favor, Aye. 00:16:05
Opposed. Motion carries. Thank you. 00:16:09
#8 Consider contract ID 7661 Change order number two to Agreement for Construction Services for Chase Building Renovation Project 00:16:16
BID 23 hundred 107 and Authorized Chair to sign TCC Corporation. 00:16:22
Good morning, Commissioners Curtis and I, both facilities department. After the contract was awarded and work had begun, there was 00:16:29
a change of use for the third and sixth floors in the Chase Building renovation. 00:16:33
Originally, the 6th floor was being renovated to house the probation department. When it was discovered that the Public Defender's 00:16:39
Office was going to vacate the third floor, it was decided to move the Probation department to the second. 00:16:44
And third floors instead of 2nd and 6th and 7th. 00:16:50
Human Services child support at the same time also is in need of additional space and it was decided to give them the 6th floor. 00:16:53
Changes from the original plans were required to accommodate the needs of child support services on this floor. 00:17:00
Umm. 00:17:05
The 2nd and 7th floor also required some minor changes that were required for IT infrastructure and cooling. 00:17:07
The third floor was not originally part of the construction of. 00:17:12
This floor needs to be renovated to meet the needs of the Probation department if they when they move to IT. Therefore, the 00:17:16
Facilities department is recommending approving this change order in the amount of $377,231.15 OK questions. 00:17:23
Look to prove counteract 307661 second, it's been moved by Commissioner Ross. I'd like to Mr. Book to approve all in favor Aye, 00:17:32
opposed motion. 00:17:36
Thank you #9. Consider contract ID 7657 Intergovernmental agreement for gravel Rd. maintenance and smooth removal and authorized 00:17:41
chair sign Dallas Ellis. 00:17:46
Good morning, Commissioner. 00:17:52
The Town of 7th has requested to enter into an intergovernmental agreement to do a maintenance swap that would be beneficial to 00:17:57
the County and the town. Town of Service has annexed a portion of Rd. County Road 90 and wishes the County to perform gravel Rd. 00:18:02
maintenance and snow removal services on approximately 1.5 miles. 00:18:08
Well County Road 90 within the town's jurisdiction. Town of Severance is agreeable to perform a gravel Rd. maintenance. 00:18:15
It's no removal services and the county jurisdiction approximately .5 miles roadway of North County Road 19 between County Road 88 00:18:22
and County Road 90. 00:18:28
And approximately 1 mile roadway on Well County Road 25 from County Road 72 to County Road 74. 00:18:34
The county and the town also agreed to remain responsible for other instruction needs such as gravel resurfacing, Rd. based 00:18:41
culvert replacements, Rd. sign placement and OR. 00:18:46
Replacement etcetera on their own respective roads. A work session with BLC was held on March 13th, 2023. It was recommended by 00:18:53
the BOCC to move forward with putting together an IGA with Will County and the Town of Severance for the maintenance swap. A pass 00:19:01
around was distributed to the Board of County Commissioners on November 29th, 2023 and approved be placed on the Board's agenda. 00:19:10
No additional cost would be associated with the CI. Georgia has a total equal swap of maintenance of 1.5 mile segments for each 00:19:19
party Public Works requesting the Board's approval of this IGA. 00:19:24
OK. Questions would approve contract ID 7657? 00:19:30
And moved by Commissioner Ross, Second by Commissioner Buck to approve. All in favor. Aye. Opposed. Thank you. Thanks. 00:19:35
#10 consider contract ID 7663 amendment to purchase. 00:19:42
Professional Services Agreement for Oil and Gas Products and Evaluation Services and authorized Chair to sign Martindale 00:19:46
Consultants, Inc. 00:19:50
Good morning, Commissioner Ashara Patelli Finance. This is amendment to extend the Counties Professional Services contract with 00:19:54
Martingale Consultants. Since 2012, Martingale has been performing audits of our oil and gas companies to ensure the companies are 00:20:00
paying the proper amount of taxes. 00:20:06
Any amount recovered by martingale less fees goes into an escrow account to be distributed to all taxing entities throughout Weld 00:20:13
County. 00:20:17
We recommend your. 00:20:22
OK questions move to approve second I moved by commissioner staying second by commissioner Buck to approve all in favor. Aye. 00:20:24
Opposed motion carries. 00:20:29
#11 Consider lobbying agreement and authorized chair signed Colorado Legislative Services, LLC during businesses Colorado 00:20:34
Legislative Strategies. 00:20:37
Chairman is the same contract. 00:20:42
Virtually that the word is approved on a yearly basis, probably for about 10 years. 00:20:45
And there is a 3% increase over last year, you'll see that reflected. 00:20:52
Paragraph 3. 00:20:58
That's the only change. 00:21:00
We have any questions Move to approve second moved by Commissioner James seconded by Commissioner Ross to approve all in favour 00:21:03
aye Opposed motion carries includes new business move on planning Number one consider full release of warranty collateral for 00:21:11
changes on PUDZ 16.001 and Planning Unit Development final plan PUDF 160003 for Gander Valley Farms Ltd. 00:21:19
Good morning, Commissioners. Jasmine Trudeau Martinez with Planning Services in regard to the Improvements Agreements for PUDZ 00:21:29
16.0001 and PUDF 16-0003 Gander Valley Farms Ltd. 00:21:36
I submitted a pass around for your review dated November 14th, 2023 and it was accepted by all 5 county Commissioners. We 00:21:44
respectfully request the Board release full warranty collateral in the amount of 50,000. 00:21:51
944 dollars. 00:21:58
Excuse me $54.05 procured in the form of a letter of credit number 90928 issued by Advantage Bank. The applicant has fulfilled 00:22:01
their two year warranty period obligation and the Departments of Planning Services and Public Works have inspected the 00:22:08
improvements and support the full release of the warranty collateral. Thank you for your consideration on this item. 00:22:16
Questions Move to approve for release of warranty collateral and moved by Commissioner Ross second by Commissioner Buck to approve 00:22:24
all in favor. Aye opposed motion carries. Thank you #2 Consider application for Small Business Incentive Program and Authorized 00:22:31
release of Economic Development Trust Funds, Tier 1 Wholesome Meats and Lockers LLC. 00:22:37
Hi, good morning, commissioners. Tom Parker, Department of Planning Services. I'm happy to bring forth another small business 00:22:45
incentive application before the Board of County Commissioners for your consideration. This is also meat and lockers. This was a 00:22:51
business that went through our zoning permit process last year. It's located just outside of Fort Lupton, a relatively small 00:22:57
operation right now. It's a one man show, but they plan on adding some more jobs as they get off the ground. This particular 00:23:03
application checks all the boxes. 00:23:09
According to our process. 00:23:15
And the total award amount here under our tier one program is $12,451.80. 00:23:18
I would recommend approval and I'd be happy to answer any questions, whatever questions. 00:23:27
So then moved by commissioner saying second by commissioner lost to approve once again, Tom, thank you. I think this is great for 00:23:34
our small businesses. So appreciate you continuing to make sure they're all aware of it and getting some of these done. So thank 00:23:38
you. Thank you. With that all in favor, opposed. 00:23:43
Motion. 00:23:48
Concludes planning. Move on to public comment. Is everybody in public that wish to come forward and discuss it for up to 3 minutes 00:23:49
on anything that's not on our agenda? 00:23:54
No public comment. We will close that and we will adjourn. And I think the clerk said we need 5 minutes, so we'll take a 5 minute 00:24:00
break and come back at 9:30. 00:24:05
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For the Pledge of Allegiance. 00:03:05
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, 00:03:08
indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 00:03:13
When it's Monday, December 11th, Colorado County Commissioners roll call, please. 00:03:24
Mike Freeman. 00:03:33
Sure, but the regular reflected 4 out of five county commissioners are present minutes. Approval of Nancy, November 27, 2023. 00:03:34
Second move by Commissioner Buck. Second by Commissioner James to approve all in favor. Opposed motion carries. Read Ordinance by 00:03:42
audio Read Emergency Ordinance #260 by audio Move to read Emergency Ordinance 260 by audio. It's been moved by Commissioner Ross, 00:03:48
seconded by Commissioner Buck to read by audio. All in favor, opposed motion carries none of the other. Do we have any amendments? 00:03:54
No. No. OK Approval of the consent agenda. 00:04:00
Item number two under consent agenda. 00:04:07
Miscellaneous is a partial recorded partial location of record exemption. Does anybody need this poll? 00:04:10
OK. Then we'll go ahead and a firm motion to approve the consent agenda as a as a as, as, as as it currently appears. 00:04:16
Move to prove consent agenda say. 00:04:25
Moved by Commissioner James, second by Commissioner Ross to approve the consent agenda. All in favor aye opposed motion carries 00:04:27
general. 00:04:31
Then moved by to Mr. Ross, Second by Mr. Box Approve Alliance All in favor Aye Opposed Motion Carries #2. Commissioner Williams 00:04:38
Kennedy Ross December 8th, 2023. 00:04:42
Group second the move like Mr. Block, second by Mr. James to approve, we'll call vote. 00:04:48
Scotland. 00:04:54
Payback. Yes, Mike Freeman. 00:04:58
Bids number one Approved bid 2300 two 07 Custodial services for Department of Human Services Buildings AB and C Facilities 00:05:01
Department. 00:05:06
Good morning, Toby Taylor Purchasing. 00:05:13
Facilities department advertise this bid for routine custodial services for the Human Services buildings AB and C Oban janitorial 00:05:16
was low bid that met specifications and the Facilities department is recommending the the award be to Oban Janitorial in the 00:05:22
amount of 6500 per month. 00:05:28
In addition, the bid has language to allow one year contract extensions for up to three additional terms at the counties 00:05:35
discretion. 00:05:39
And the facilities department is recommending approval. 00:05:44
That questions. 00:05:48
Move to approve bid 230-0207. 00:05:52
By Commissioner Ross seconded by Commissioner James, to approve all in favor aye, opposed motion carries. 00:05:56
#2 Projected the 2300 to 11 legal newspaper service for 2024 Clerk to the board. 00:06:01
Good morning, Toby Taylor purchasing legal newspaper services were advertised for 2024 calendar year. Two bids were received and 00:06:07
the clerk to the board is reviewing those bids and will return for an approval recommendation on December. 00:06:15
20. 00:06:22
OK, questions. 00:06:24
New business. Consider contract for 2024, victim assistance and law enforcement deal grab for victim assistance Unit and 00:06:26
authorized care. Sign electronically. Morning, Michael. Good morning, Commissioners Michael, Rick and Carol Patch for the District 00:06:32
Attorney's office. Nice to see everybody go, Buffs. We had a heck of a weekend. 00:06:38
Well, yesterday, I don't know. I'm talking about the recruiting. 00:06:45
You have in preview you all authorized the the placement of this on the agenda without a work session. This is a request by us to 00:06:52
be able to accept the bail grant funding that was authorized by the the veil board in the amount $156,200. 00:07:00
Keeping us square on all these grants, applying for these grant opportunities, getting us the funding that we need above and 00:07:42
beyond the the generosity of the commissioners to help fund this program. When I go before the veil board and and make the request 00:07:48
for these for these dollars, she has made it very, very easy and they simply just nod at me and say yes you may. So I really 00:07:53
appreciate that, but we're happy to answer any questions by the commissioners. OK, questions. 00:07:59
But as part of the past $3 that come from Vail, from the ARPA funds, there is an authorizer, the ability for us to withdraw 10% of 00:08:37
those dollars for administrative services that goes to pay for the administration of that grant. This is an amount of $9101.00. 00:08:44
This is as Carol noted in the past, around the second final year for acceptance of these funds. We're simply asking for 00:08:51
authorization to accept those funds. OK, questions. 00:08:57
Lived approved by commissioner Ross. I'd like Mr. but to approve all in favor those motion carries a great week. Thanks for your 00:09:04
time. Thank you. 00:09:08
#3 Consider Petition for abatement for Refund of Taxes for Account Account Number P 3734507 Katie 2. 00:09:13
Key to ink new businesses, call our premium foods. 00:09:26
Actually owned the equipment so it resulted in a double taxation or double assessment. This appointment request removes that 00:10:07
leased equipment from the K2D Incorporated account and we are recommending for 2022 you approve the petition for abatement. The 00:10:15
approval will change the value from $7,022,047 to $5,841,038. This reduces the tax from $177,571.17. 00:10:23
To $147,000 seven hundred $147,706.39 and results in a tax abatement of $29,864.78. 00:10:32
Questions. 00:10:44
Move to prove the petition for abatement. Then moved by Commissioner Ross, seconded by Commissioner Buck to approve the abatement. 00:10:46
All in favor opposed motion case. 00:10:50
7647 Award letter for 2023 State Criminal Alien Assistance Program grant and authorized control to sign electronically. Good 00:10:56
morning, Board of Commissioners, for the records on your program. Finance Manager of Welcome Sheriff's Office. 00:11:04
I'm presenting Contracts 7647, the 2023 State Criminal Alien Assistant Program Funding Award of $204,740 to you today and request 00:11:12
approval to accept these funds near the Federal grants.gov management tool. The pass around regarding this request was reviewed by 00:11:22
the County Attorney and signed off by all 5 commissioners on the 29th of November 2023. 00:11:32
The award can only be used for correctional purposes. Welcome Sheriff's Office is utilizing it to offset medical services cost in 00:11:42
the jail and the electronic award acceptance is done by the Contrary Controller Crystal Video as the set administrator for 00:11:49
grants.gov on behalf of the chair. 00:11:56
Question Move to Approve contact ID 7647. 00:12:04
And by Commissioner Ross second by commissioner saying to approve all in favor. 00:12:08
#5 Consider contract 197654 Contract for 2024 Victim Assistance and Law Enforcement Bail Grant for Law Enforcement Victim Services 00:12:14
and Authorized Terrorist Line. 00:12:19
OK, for the records from the COBRA Finance Manager about County Sheriff's Office presenting contract 7654, the award for the 2024 00:12:25
Victim Assistance Law Enforcement grant in the amount of 39,930 and I'm requesting approval to accept the funding and have the 00:12:33
chair sign the award letter. The grand period covers the 1st of January 24th to the 31st of December 2024. The amount will be 00:12:40
used. 00:12:48
To fund a portion of 1 FTE and the Victim's Assistance Unit in the Sheriff's Office. 00:12:56
This covers about 44% of their salary costs. Overall. The Victims Assistant Unit will be staffed OR or is staffed with two FTE 00:13:01
Victim Advocates and is funded through Vail and Volcker Grant and the General Fund. The agreement has been reviewed by the County 00:13:10
Attorney and the pass around approved and signed on the 4th of December by all 5 commissioners. OK, questions. 00:13:18
Who would approve contract at E 7654 so by Commissioner James Second by Commissioner Ross to approve all in favor Opposed motion 00:13:27
carries number six. Consider contract ID 7665 award letter and their government agreement for 20/23/2023. Edwin Burn Memorial 00:13:34
Justice Assistance Grant Program for purchase and for purchase of license plate readers. Unauthorized chair to sign incident 00:13:40
electronically. 00:13:46
OK, for the records on your call graph, I'm here today to present contract 7665, the 2023 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistant 00:13:53
Grant Award to you for approval. We have been awarded $49,856 which will fund 3 stationary license plate readers for our patrol 00:14:03
investigations departments. I would like to request approval to accept the funds for the Sheriff's Office and have the chair sign. 00:14:13
Via doctor sign, the grand award has been reviewed by the county's attorney and the PA was approved by. 00:14:24
5 Commissioners on the 6th of December 2023. I presented this grant in the summer of this year already to you and we've had a 00:14:30
preliminary award and it took several months to actually get the the paperwork, the official award via DocuSign. 00:14:40
Move to approve. Thank you. Sonia then moved by Commissioner Buck, said Goodbye Commissioner James to approve. All in favor. 00:14:53
Opposed. Motion carries. Thank you. 00:14:57
#7 Consider contract ID 7637 Laboratory services group purchasing agreement and participatory form for Reduced Cost of Clinical 00:15:03
Laboratory services and authorized terrace on Colorado Community Health Network and Laboratory Corporation of America. 00:15:11
Good morning. Good morning, commissioners, Jason Chester with the Health Department. This item relates to a contract with the 00:15:22
Colorado Community Health Network. That group acts as a purchasing agent for LabCorp in our department. 00:15:29
Spends 10s of thousands of dollars per year. 00:15:37
For testing we pay lab for 10s of thousands of dollars a year for various tests for patients. 00:15:41
This contract will allow us to continue to receive steep discounts, up to 50% on lab fees. That equates to about $20,000 or more 00:15:47
per year in savings. 00:15:52
This was presented to the board on the pass around on November 16th of 2023 and I recommend that the board approve the contract. 00:15:57
Not approved contract ID 7630. Second, I moved by Commissioner Ross Effect by Commissioner Buck to approve. All in favor, Aye. 00:16:05
Opposed. Motion carries. Thank you. 00:16:09
#8 Consider contract ID 7661 Change order number two to Agreement for Construction Services for Chase Building Renovation Project 00:16:16
BID 23 hundred 107 and Authorized Chair to sign TCC Corporation. 00:16:22
Good morning, Commissioners Curtis and I, both facilities department. After the contract was awarded and work had begun, there was 00:16:29
a change of use for the third and sixth floors in the Chase Building renovation. 00:16:33
Originally, the 6th floor was being renovated to house the probation department. When it was discovered that the Public Defender's 00:16:39
Office was going to vacate the third floor, it was decided to move the Probation department to the second. 00:16:44
And third floors instead of 2nd and 6th and 7th. 00:16:50
Human Services child support at the same time also is in need of additional space and it was decided to give them the 6th floor. 00:16:53
Changes from the original plans were required to accommodate the needs of child support services on this floor. 00:17:00
Umm. 00:17:05
The 2nd and 7th floor also required some minor changes that were required for IT infrastructure and cooling. 00:17:07
The third floor was not originally part of the construction of. 00:17:12
This floor needs to be renovated to meet the needs of the Probation department if they when they move to IT. Therefore, the 00:17:16
Facilities department is recommending approving this change order in the amount of $377,231.15 OK questions. 00:17:23
Look to prove counteract 307661 second, it's been moved by Commissioner Ross. I'd like to Mr. Book to approve all in favor Aye, 00:17:32
opposed motion. 00:17:36
Thank you #9. Consider contract ID 7657 Intergovernmental agreement for gravel Rd. maintenance and smooth removal and authorized 00:17:41
chair sign Dallas Ellis. 00:17:46
Good morning, Commissioner. 00:17:52
The Town of 7th has requested to enter into an intergovernmental agreement to do a maintenance swap that would be beneficial to 00:17:57
the County and the town. Town of Service has annexed a portion of Rd. County Road 90 and wishes the County to perform gravel Rd. 00:18:02
maintenance and snow removal services on approximately 1.5 miles. 00:18:08
Well County Road 90 within the town's jurisdiction. Town of Severance is agreeable to perform a gravel Rd. maintenance. 00:18:15
It's no removal services and the county jurisdiction approximately .5 miles roadway of North County Road 19 between County Road 88 00:18:22
and County Road 90. 00:18:28
And approximately 1 mile roadway on Well County Road 25 from County Road 72 to County Road 74. 00:18:34
The county and the town also agreed to remain responsible for other instruction needs such as gravel resurfacing, Rd. based 00:18:41
culvert replacements, Rd. sign placement and OR. 00:18:46
Replacement etcetera on their own respective roads. A work session with BLC was held on March 13th, 2023. It was recommended by 00:18:53
the BOCC to move forward with putting together an IGA with Will County and the Town of Severance for the maintenance swap. A pass 00:19:01
around was distributed to the Board of County Commissioners on November 29th, 2023 and approved be placed on the Board's agenda. 00:19:10
No additional cost would be associated with the CI. Georgia has a total equal swap of maintenance of 1.5 mile segments for each 00:19:19
party Public Works requesting the Board's approval of this IGA. 00:19:24
OK. Questions would approve contract ID 7657? 00:19:30
And moved by Commissioner Ross, Second by Commissioner Buck to approve. All in favor. Aye. Opposed. Thank you. Thanks. 00:19:35
#10 consider contract ID 7663 amendment to purchase. 00:19:42
Professional Services Agreement for Oil and Gas Products and Evaluation Services and authorized Chair to sign Martindale 00:19:46
Consultants, Inc. 00:19:50
Good morning, Commissioner Ashara Patelli Finance. This is amendment to extend the Counties Professional Services contract with 00:19:54
Martingale Consultants. Since 2012, Martingale has been performing audits of our oil and gas companies to ensure the companies are 00:20:00
paying the proper amount of taxes. 00:20:06
Any amount recovered by martingale less fees goes into an escrow account to be distributed to all taxing entities throughout Weld 00:20:13
County. 00:20:17
We recommend your. 00:20:22
OK questions move to approve second I moved by commissioner staying second by commissioner Buck to approve all in favor. Aye. 00:20:24
Opposed motion carries. 00:20:29
#11 Consider lobbying agreement and authorized chair signed Colorado Legislative Services, LLC during businesses Colorado 00:20:34
Legislative Strategies. 00:20:37
Chairman is the same contract. 00:20:42
Virtually that the word is approved on a yearly basis, probably for about 10 years. 00:20:45
And there is a 3% increase over last year, you'll see that reflected. 00:20:52
Paragraph 3. 00:20:58
That's the only change. 00:21:00
We have any questions Move to approve second moved by Commissioner James seconded by Commissioner Ross to approve all in favour 00:21:03
aye Opposed motion carries includes new business move on planning Number one consider full release of warranty collateral for 00:21:11
changes on PUDZ 16.001 and Planning Unit Development final plan PUDF 160003 for Gander Valley Farms Ltd. 00:21:19
Good morning, Commissioners. Jasmine Trudeau Martinez with Planning Services in regard to the Improvements Agreements for PUDZ 00:21:29
16.0001 and PUDF 16-0003 Gander Valley Farms Ltd. 00:21:36
I submitted a pass around for your review dated November 14th, 2023 and it was accepted by all 5 county Commissioners. We 00:21:44
respectfully request the Board release full warranty collateral in the amount of 50,000. 00:21:51
944 dollars. 00:21:58
Excuse me $54.05 procured in the form of a letter of credit number 90928 issued by Advantage Bank. The applicant has fulfilled 00:22:01
their two year warranty period obligation and the Departments of Planning Services and Public Works have inspected the 00:22:08
improvements and support the full release of the warranty collateral. Thank you for your consideration on this item. 00:22:16
Questions Move to approve for release of warranty collateral and moved by Commissioner Ross second by Commissioner Buck to approve 00:22:24
all in favor. Aye opposed motion carries. Thank you #2 Consider application for Small Business Incentive Program and Authorized 00:22:31
release of Economic Development Trust Funds, Tier 1 Wholesome Meats and Lockers LLC. 00:22:37
Hi, good morning, commissioners. Tom Parker, Department of Planning Services. I'm happy to bring forth another small business 00:22:45
incentive application before the Board of County Commissioners for your consideration. This is also meat and lockers. This was a 00:22:51
business that went through our zoning permit process last year. It's located just outside of Fort Lupton, a relatively small 00:22:57
operation right now. It's a one man show, but they plan on adding some more jobs as they get off the ground. This particular 00:23:03
application checks all the boxes. 00:23:09
According to our process. 00:23:15
And the total award amount here under our tier one program is $12,451.80. 00:23:18
I would recommend approval and I'd be happy to answer any questions, whatever questions. 00:23:27
So then moved by commissioner saying second by commissioner lost to approve once again, Tom, thank you. I think this is great for 00:23:34
our small businesses. So appreciate you continuing to make sure they're all aware of it and getting some of these done. So thank 00:23:38
you. Thank you. With that all in favor, opposed. 00:23:43
Motion. 00:23:48
Concludes planning. Move on to public comment. Is everybody in public that wish to come forward and discuss it for up to 3 minutes 00:23:49
on anything that's not on our agenda? 00:23:54
No public comment. We will close that and we will adjourn. And I think the clerk said we need 5 minutes, so we'll take a 5 minute 00:24:00
break and come back at 9:30. 00:24:05
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