Boulder County Commissioner Board Agenda for Thursday, June 14, 2018

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BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

AGENDA

THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 2018

10:00 a.m.  PUBLIC HEARING

                   Land Use Department:  Docket LU-18-0009 Brookens;

                   Limited Impact Special Use Review for approximately

                   992 cu.yds. of earthwork to access 5 properties at

                   County Road 128W. The proposed project is located

                   in the Forestry Zoning District at 879, 873, 865,

                   859 & 851 County Road 128W, opposite the junction

                   of CR 128W and Caribou Ridge Drive in Section 11,

                   T1N, R73W.

                   ACTION REQUESTED:  Decision

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

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

BUSINESS MEETING AGENDA

THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 2018

10:30 A.M.

CONSENT ITEMS

1.   Building Services Division:  Contract amendment No. 2

      with Colorado Hazard Control, LLC to increase scope of

      work for the Justice Center Asbestos Abatement project

      (additional $244,525 for a new contract total of

      $777,713).

      ACTION REQUESTED:  Approval / Signature

2.   Commissioners’ Office:  Award RFP 6823-18, Legislative

      Agenda and Video Streaming Services, to Granicus, the

      only bidder meeting all requirements (IQM2  Agenda

      Automation & Video Production $53,000).

      ACTION REQUESTED:  Approval / Signature

3.   Housing and Human Services Department:  Agreements for

      out-of-home placement services

      a.  Attention, Inc. aka Attention Homes Chase House;

      b.  Bethany Christian Services of Colorado.

      ACTION REQUESTED:  Approval / Signature

4.   Resource Conservation Division:  Contract with Machinex

      Technologies for Phase II capital improvements –

      equipment expansion upgrades at the Recycling Center

      ($1,306,632.14).

      ACTION REQUESTED:  Approval / Signature

5.   Transportation Department:  Contract with Transmap

      Corporation for Pavement Management Software and Road

      Pavement Inventory services (not to exceed $110,192.24).

      ACTION REQUESTED:  Approval / Signature

DISCUSSION ITEMS

Elected Officials and Department Heads Matters

6.   Clerk and Recorder’s Office:  Request for a bid waiver

      for Fluence Automation Services for election equipment

      service and software support ($25,023), with attached

      contract.

      ACTION REQUESTED:  Approval / Signature

7.   Transportation Department:  Grant application to the

      Colorado Department of Trans-portation, Division of

      Transit and Rail, for the Boulder County Mobility

      Management 5310 Project ($80,000 federal + $20,000

      county match for a total of $100,000).

      ACTION REQUESTED:  Approval / Signature

8.   Parks and Open Space Department:

      a.  Heil Valley Ranch – Lot B Sale;

      b.  Sister of St. Francis – Saint Vrain Valley School

           District Conservation Easement Amendment.

      ACTION REQUESTED:  Approval / Signature

Commissioners Matters

9.   Ratification of Chair Domenico’s 6/12/18 signature on

      a Declaration of Level 1 Fire Restrictions in Boulder

      County.

      ACTION REQUESTED:  Approval / Signature

10.  Authorization for the Board to go into Executive Session

      on Monday, June 18 for  performance evaluations pursuant

      to CRS 24-6-402(4)(f) Personnel Matters:

      a.  8:30 a.m. with Ben Pearlman, County Attorney;

      b.  9:00 a.m. with Jana Petersen, Administrative Services Director.

      ACTION REQUESTED:  Approval

Administrative Matters

11.  Scheduling and Communications.

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