Board of County Commissioners Regular Agenda for Nov. 8

Meetings are held in the Commissioners' Hearing Room, Downtown County Courthouse, Third Floor, 1325 Pearl Street, Boulder, Colo. (map) unless otherwise noted. The Hullinghorst Room and the Small Conference Room are also located on the third floor of the downtown courthouse. Commissioners' meetings and hearings are webstreamed and archived for viewing online. Public comments are taken at meetings designated as Public Hearings.

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Boulder County Commissioners --Source: Boulder County Commissioner Website.


Thursday, November 8, 2018

9:00 a.m.    PUBLIC HEARING
Land Use Department:
Docket EP-18-0008 Pine Cliff Replat; Exemption Plat
for a boundary line adjustment. The proposed project
is located in the Forestry Zoning District at 174
Pinecliff Road & 3178 Coal Creek Canyon Drive, at the
southeast corner of the intersection of Pine Cliff
Road and Coal Creek Canyon Drive, in Section 27, T1S,

10:30 a.m.  BUSINESS MEETING (see separate agenda).

11:00 a.m.  Administrative Meeting (Small Conference Room).

Members of the public may address the Commissioners on
any county issue not currently being addressed in a
separate public process. Comments are limited to 3
minutes per individual speaker and up to 10 minutes per
group (one speaker and up to three pooled-time attendees
comprising a group) to allow all residents time to voice
their concerns. Speakers may sign up in person beginning 
                   30 minutes before the public comment session starts.

1:00 p.m.    Administrative Meeting (Small Conference Room).

3:00 p.m.    PUBLIC HEARING
Parks and Open Space:
Staff analysis and recommendation regarding the use of
e-bikes on Boulder County Open Space trails.


Thursday, November 8, 2018

10:30 AM


1.   Housing Authority:
Contract renewal No. 1 with CoCal Landscape Services, Inc.
for lawn care, landscaping and sprinkler/irrigation
maintenance services with amendment No. 1 to reduce the
not-to-exceed amount from $300,000 to $150,000; update
Scope of Work (Exhibit A); and update service locations
and fees (Exhibit B).
ACTION REQUESTED: Approval / Signature


2.   County Attorney’s Office:
Resolution 2018-134, affirming and amending the temporary
moratorium on processing applications for development in
the Niwot Rural Community District first enacted by
Resolution 2018-112.
ACTION REQUESTED: Adoption / Signature

3.   Housing and Human Services:
Contract renewal No. 1 with Carahsoft Technology Corp. for
salesforce subscription licenses for the Boulder County
Connect community portal, with amendment No. 1 to increase
the not-to-exceed amount from $216,387.28 to $241,195.71
and include updated Government – Price Quotation (Exhibit A).
ACTION REQUESTED: Approval / Signature

4.   Housing and Human Services:
Continuing grant award from The Colorado Health Foundation
for the Food Assistance Program Access ($155,685).
ACTION REQUESTED: Approval / Signature

5.   Human Resources Division:
Contract renewal No. 1 with Compass Group USA, Inc. by and
through its Canteen Division for healthy vending machine
services ($25,000).
ACTION REQUESTED: Approval / Signature

6.   Sheriff’s Office:
Interlocal Agreement with the Cities of Boulder and Longmont
for the Bureau of Justice Assistance FY 2018 Local Solicita-
tion Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG)
Program Award ($52,182).
ACTION REQUESTED: Approval / Signature

7.   Road Maintenance Division:
Award Bid 6896-18, Supply of Aggregate and Stackable Stone
for Roadway Maintenance, to the three vendors that submitted
bids (L.G. Everist, Inc., Green Dream International, LLC and
Asphalt Specialties Co., Inc.).
ACTION REQUESTED: Approval / Signature

8.   Transportation Department:
Award Bid 6897-18, 2018 Concreate Repairs & ASA Upgrades, to
the lowest, most responsible bidder Keene Concrete, Inc.
ACTION REQUESTED: Approval / Signature

9.   Resource Conservation Division:
Contract renewal No. 1 with Eco-Cycle, Inc. for environmental
education, Green Star schools, Litterless Lunches & Growing
Green tours ($97,107).
ACTION REQUESTED: Approval / Signature


Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

10. Resource Conservation Division:
Request for a bid waiver for Robinson Brothers Construction,
Inc. for installation of fiber optic cable lateral services
(not to exceed $49,260), with attached contract.
ACTION REQUESTED: Approval / Signature

11. Parks and Open Space Department:
Request for a bid award for PaleoWest LLC, dba Paleo West
Archaeology, with attached contract amendment for additional
Scope of Work ($21,629 + additional $7,413 for a revised
contract amount of $29,042).
ACTION REQUESTED: Approval / Signature

Commissioners Matters

12. Budget Office:
2018 Budget Adjustment Requests
a. Sustainability Division ($30,000);
b. Finance/Flood Team ($5,855,090).
ACTION REQUESTED: Approval / Signature

Administrative Matters

13. Scheduling and Communications.

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