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Board of County Commissioners
Tuesday Current Agenda

Board of County Commissioners (“BOCC”) Meeting
Tuesday, May 10, 2016 9:00 AM
Centennial Hall Auditorium
200 S. Cascade Avenue, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Call to Order.

1.  Invocation.

2.  Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America.

3.  Staff Emergency Items.

4.  Changes/Postponements/Notice of Next Meeting.

5.  Comments by Elected Officials and Commissioner Liaison Report(s).

6.  Community Service Organization Reports:

a.  County Fairgrounds Capital Campaign update. (Tim Wolken - Executive Director, Community Services Department)

b.  Other.

7.  Consent Calendar:

a.  Request to approve reappointment to the El Paso County Fairgrounds Corporation. (Jessica McMullen - Executive Administrative Assistant, Administrative Services)

b.  Resolution to approve an Intergovernmental Agreement between El Paso County and the City of Fountain for the creation of an Emergency Communications Center. (Bill Elder – El Paso County Sheriff)

c.  Resolution to approve application for preliminary acceptance of certain streets within Hopper Ranch Preserve Filing No. 1 Subdivision into the El Paso County Road Maintenance System. (Jim Reid - Executive Director, Department of Public Works/Jennifer Irvine - Interim County Engineer, Department of Public Works)

d.  Resolution to approve application for final acceptance of certain streets within Mule Deer Filing No. 3 subdivision into the El Paso County road maintenance system. (Jim Reid - Executive Director, Department  of Public Works /Andre Brackin - County Engineer, Department of Public Works)

e.  Final release of Check No.1051 for public improvements of Mule Deer Crossing Filing No. 3 subdivision in the amount of $27,113.20 plus accrued interest. (Jim Reid - Executive Director, Department  of Public Works /Andre Brackin - County Engineer, Department  of Public Works)

f.  Final release of Bond No. LPM09167436 for improvements of Natural Grocers 1216 W. Baptist Road Monument, CO in the amount of $129,360.90. (Jim Reid - Executive Director, Department of Public Works/Andre Brackin - County Engineer, Department of Public Works)

g.  Final release of Letter of Credit 88238041 for public improvements of Misty Acres Filing No. 2B subdivision in the amount of $46,797.70. (Jim Reid - Executive Director, Department of Public Works/Jennifer Irvine -  Interim County Engineer, Department of Public Works)

h.  Final release of Letter of Credit 1010000373 for public improvements of Hopper Ranch Preserve Filing No. 1 subdivision in the amount of $48,556.00. (Jim Reid - Executive Director, Department of Public Works/Jennifer Irvine - Interim County Engineer, Department of Public Works)

i.  Final release of Bond No. 4399854 for public improvements (erosion control) of Meridian Ranch Filing No. 9 subdivision in the amount of $28,521.70. (Jim Reid - Executive Director, Department of Public Works/Jennifer Irvine - Interim County Engineer, Department of Public Works)

j.  Issuance of Ambulance Permits for Tri-Lakes Monument Fire Protection District, Citywide Ambulance LLC, and American Medical Response, Inc. (Ted Sayer - ESA Business Analyst, Department of Public Works)

k.  Contracts & Procurement 2016 Regular Item: (Eileen Gonzales - Contracts and Procurement Manager)


1.  Purchase Order to Phil Long Ford Lincoln for the purchase of one (1) used 2016 Ford Escape 4WD 4d Wagon SE vehicle for the Community Services Department/Community Outreach Division at a cost of $24,900.00.

8.  Land Use Consent Calendar:

a.  SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION - FALCON FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT – FALCON FIRE STATION NO. 4 -  (a quasi-judicial matter before the Board of County Commissioners) -  A request by the Falcon Fire Protection District to exempt the creation of a 1.148 acre parcel for a fire station from the definition of subdivision.  (Schedule No. 53000-00-411) (EX-16-001) (Raimere Fitzpatrick - Project Manager/Planner II, Development Services Department)

9.  Land Development Code, Engineering Criteria Manual, Code or Ordinance Violation Matters Consent Calendar:

a.  Request to authorize the County Attorney's Office to pursue litigation to bring the property at 6225 Vessey Road into compliance with El Paso County Ordinance No. 06-02. (Steven Klaffky - Assistant County Attorney/Gayle Jackson - Code Enforcement Officer, Development Services Department)

b.  Request to authorize the County Attorney's Office to pursue litigation to bring the property at 1605 Montezuma Road into compliance with El Paso County Ordinance No. 06-02. (Steven Klaffky - Assistant County Attorney/Gayle Jackson - Code Enforcement Officer, Development Services Department)

c.  Request to authorize the County Attorney's Office to pursue litigation to bring the property at 4335 South Drummond into compliance with El Paso County Ordinance Nos. 06-02 and 06-03. (Steven Klaffky - Assistant County Attorney/Gayle Jackson - Code Enforcement Officer, Development Services Department)

d.  Request to authorize the County Attorney's Office to pursue litigation to bring the property at 20265 Phoebe Grove into compliance with El Paso County Land Development Code Table 5.1: Principal Uses. (Steven Klaffky - Assistant County Attorney/Gayle Jackson - Code Enforcement Officer, Development Services Department)

e.  Request to authorize the County Attorney's Office to pursue litigation to bring the property at 7770 Stockholm Grove into compliance with El Paso County Land Development Chapter 5, Table 5.1: Principal Uses. (Steven Klaffky - Assistant County Attorney/Gayle Jackson - Code Enforcement Officer, Development Services Department)

f.  Request to authorize the County Attorney's Office to pursue litigation to bring the property at 7365 Southmoor Drive into compliance with the El Paso County Land Development Code, Chapter 5 Section 5.3.2 H(1). (Steven Klaffky - Assistant County Attorney/Gayle Jackson - Code Enforcement Officer, Development Services Department)

g.  Request to authorize the County Attorney's Office to pursue litigation to bring the property at 1519 Chadwick Drive into compliance with El Paso County Ordinance No. 06-03. (Steven Klaffky - Assistant County Attorney/April Smith - Code Enforcement Officer, Development Services Department)

h.  Request to authorize the County Attorney's Office to pursue litigation to bring the property at 4025 Sinnes Lane into compliance with El Paso County Ordinance No. 06-02. (Steven Klaffky - Assistant County Attorney/April Smith - Code Enforcement Officer, Development Services Department)

i.  Request to authorize the County Attorney's Office to pursue litigation to bring the property at 22826 Highway 94 into compliance with El Paso County Ordinance No. 06-02 and El Paso Land Development Code 1.13.2 and 11.3.1. (Steven Klaffky - Assistant County Attorney/Mindy Madden - Code Enforcement Officer, Development Services Department)

j.   Request to authorize the County Attorney's Office to pursue litigation to bring the property at 2450 Canada Drive into compliance with El Paso County Land Development Code, Chapter 5 Table 5-1: Principal Uses. (Steven Klaffky - Assistant County Attorney/Mindy Madden - Code Enforcement Officer, Development Services Department)

k.  Request to authorize the County Attorney's Office to pursue litigation to bring the property at 12615 Garrett Road into compliance with El Paso County Land Development Code 1.13.2 and 11.3.1. (Steven Klaffky - Assistant County Attorney/Mindy Madden - Code Enforcement Officer, Development Services Department)

l.  Request to authorize the County Attorney's Office to pursue litigation to bring the property at 14010 Judge Orr Road into compliance with El Paso County Land Development Code 4.2.5. (Steven Klaffky - Assistant County Attorney/Mindy Madden - Code Enforcement Officer, Development Services Department)

10.  Proclamation recognizing National Foster Care Month. (Dennis Hisey - Vice- Chair, Board of County Commissioners)

11.  Proclamation recognizing the retirement of Richard L. Harvey. (Dennis Hisey – Vice-Chair, Board of County Commissioners)

12.  Called-Up Consent Calendar.

Land Use Regular Items:

13.  SPECIAL USE - WIRELESS STEALTH (SILO) CMRS FACILITY - (a quasi-judicial matter before the Board of County Commissioners) - A request by AT&T for special use approval to allow a stealth silo CMRS on a 38.44 acre parcel owned by the State Highway Department located north of the intersection of Highway 83 and North Powers Boulevard within the RR-5 (Residential Rural) zone district. (Schedule No. 62000-00-556) (AL-15-022) (continued from March 22, 2016) (Mike Hrebenar - Project Manager Group Manager, Development Services Department) A continuance is being requested by the applicant.

14.  EL PASO COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE AMENDMENT GENERAL REVISIONS - (a legislative matter before the Board of County Commissioners) - A request to amend the El Paso County Land Development Code (2015) to incorporate general revisions which include amendments to terms and definitions in Section 1.15; clarification of landscape requirements in the PUD (Planned Unit Development) zoning district in Section 4.2; amendments to use allowances and standards in Section 5.1 and Table 5-1 and Table 5-2; amendments to the review and approval criteria for special use and variance of use permits in Section 5.3; amendments to bulk, density, and dimensional standards in Section 5.4; amendments to the sound barrier placement and clarification of roadway landscape requirements in Section 6.2; and other conforming amendments. (LDC-16-001) (Raimere Fitzpatrick - Project Manager/Planner II, Development Services Department)

15.  EL PASO COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE AMENDMENT - AMENDMENT TO THE DEFINITION OF MAXIMUM LOT COVERAGE AND INCREASE THE MAXIMUM LOT COVERAGE IN THE RS-5000 (RESIDENTIAL SUBURBAN) AND RS-6000 (RESIDENTIAL SUBURBAN) ZONING DISTRICTS - (a legislative matter before the Board of County Commissioners) - A request to amend the El Paso County Land Development Code (2015) to revise the definition of Maximum Lot Coverage in Section 1.15 and to modify the 30 percent maximum lot coverage in the RS-5000 (Residential Suburban) and the 35 percent maximum lot coverage in the RS-6000 (Residential Suburban) zoning districts in Table 5-4 to allow in both districts a 45 percent lot coverage for single story single-family residences and 40 percent for other single-family residences in response to current market demands, and other conforming amendments. (LDC-16-003) (Raimere Fitzpatrick - Project Manager/Planner II, Development Services Department)

16.  Department and Committee Reports/Non Action Items.

17.  Addendum.

18.  Executive Session.

19.  Public comment on items not scheduled on the agenda.


Adjourn.

NOTES:

BOCC meeting agendas, backup materials and meeting results as well as archived agendas and audio recordings are available free of charge on the County's website at http://bcc2.elpasoco.com/bocc/agenda.asp.  Backup materials for agenda items may be publicly viewed in the Reader’s file located in the Office of the BOCC.

Audio recordings of Non-Action Public Meetings (Work Sessions, etc.) are also available free of charge on the County’s website at http://bcc2.elpasoco.com/bocc/agenda.asp.  

The live audio/video may be accessed at http://bcc2.elpasoco.com/Audio/default.asp.

The BOCC may recess for lunch if consideration of agenda items extends bey