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County Commissioner Meeting Minutes

Regular Session Meeting Tuesday, September 15th 2020 To Be Approved

SAGUACHE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

REGULAR SESSION MEETING

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2020

MINUTES

CALL TO ORDER:

The Meeting was called to order by Board Chair, Jason Anderson, at 9:00 A.M., with the         

            Following members present:

                        Jason Anderson, Commissioner, Board Chair

                        Ken Anderson, Commissioner

                        Tim Lovato, Commissioner  

                        Wendi Maez, County Administrator

                        Ben Gibbons, County Attorney

                        Dominique White for Trish Gilbert, Clerk to the Board

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:

                        Board Chair Jason Anderson, invited those in attendance to join in reciting the Pledge of                          Allegiance.

Additions/Deletions to the Agenda:

Commissioner Jason Anderson will turn the meeting over to Commissioner Lovato immediately, he will do everything until Commissioners Reports, and he will do the Department head reports and sales tax reports.  Commissioner Lovato requested moving Ben Gibbons to the afternoon. Gibbons Requested an Executive Session for Legal Counsel during his time Arenado will not be in attendance today. Discussion about the 1041 Regs Moratorium under Land Use.

 

DAN WARWICK, SHERIFF

Warwick presented a company for keeping up with policies.

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON TO ACCEPT THE LEXUS POLE SUBSCRIPTION FOR THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE AT $22,100 TO BE TAKEN FROM THE PUBLIC SAFETY FUND

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER TIM LOVATO

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                     VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

1041 Regs.

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER TIM LOVATO TO PUT A MORATORIUM FOR 90 DAYS TO THE 1041 REGS AND REVISING THE REGS

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                     VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

Hinkle and Company, Presentation of 2019 Audit

Chris Parker with Hinkle Company presented the 2019 Audit report.

Seeing no further business, the Commissioner Jason Anderson  adjourns the meeting at 2:50 P.M.

Our office has not received any letters of concern.

The Saguache County Planning Commission reviewed this application on August 27th, 2020 and recommended approval of this request with a unanimous vote.

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER TIM LOVATO TO APPROVE THE SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION REQUEST FOR WILDA l. BUTLER ON 1485 COUNTY ROAD A-32

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                     VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

Parent parcel of land is 40 acres that is being split into Tract A to contain 25.240 acres and Tract B to contain 10.356 acres and road is 4.404 acres. Please see the application that was sent in the August 27th, 2020 Planning Commission packets for more information.

Present use of property is Agricultural/Residential  Proposed use will be Agricultural/Residential  Physical Address is 1485 Co. Rd. A-32 Water Well is 245046 Septic Permit is 859

Our office has not received any letters of concern.

The Saguache County Planning Commission reviewed this application on August 27th, 2020 and recommended approval of this request with a unanimous vote.

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER TIM LOVATO TO APPROVE THE MEG AND MARIE LAND AND BUILDING LCC SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION REQUEST

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                     VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

Wilda L. Butler – Subdivision Exemption request – 1485 Co. Rd. A-32 – N1/2N1/2SE1/4 28-41-5

Parent parcel of land is 8.94 acres that is being split into Tract 2-A to contain 4.29 acres and Tract 2-B to contain 4.65 acres. Please see the application that was sent in the August 27th, 2020 Planning Commission packets for more information.

Present use of property is Agricultural/Residential  Proposed use will be Agricultural/Residential  Physical Address is 0039 Co. Rd. 59 Water Well is 2746 Septic Permit is 1209 Electricity is SLVREC Telephone service is Consolidated Communication

The Jiganti’s originally applied for a Conditional Use request for an additional residence back in 2006, and the additional residence is on the top floor of their barn. They were granted approval but had conditions in the resolution that stated:

“This Conditional Use permit is nontransferable and does not go with any land transfers,

“And, landowner needs to be aware that this property will no longer fall under agricultural status and may then fall under the Saguache County Blight regulation,”

The Jiganti’s lawyer has contacted our office to see if the County could amend their Resolution LU-06-44 regarding these two conditions.

I was directed by the County Commissioners and County Attorney to see if we could amend their resolution to have their residence be able to be transferable and run with the land as well as not preventing the rest of the parcel from being agricultural with it being 38 acres of land. The 

Commissioners stated the Jiganit’s should turn in a letter to request the changes they would like and have the Planning Commission make a recommendation to them.

Please see the request that was sent in the August 27th, 2020 Planning Commission packets for more information.

The Planning Commission reviewed the request and made the recommendation to approve the removal of the two stipulations from Resolution LU-06-44, and was approved with a unanimous vote.

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDDERSON TO GIVE THE RESOLUTION AMENDMENT FOR 9674 HIGHWAY 114 FOR MARK AND VERONICA JIGANTI

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER TIM LOVATO

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                           VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

Meg Marie Land & Building, LLC – Subdivision Exemption request – 0039 Co. Rd. 59 – A Tract of Land Located in the SE1/4 36-41-9 Containing 8.94

JS Operation, LLC was recently approved for a tier one (1800 plants) Commercial Marijuana Cultivation at the above property. 

 

This Variance is to request a Bond reduction from $100,000 to $10,000 and to see if they could do a Treasurer’s Bond with the Saguache County Treasurer’s Office.

 

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON TO APPROVE THE $10,000 BOND PENDING THE APPROVAL OF A CLOSURE PLAN

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER TIM LOVATO

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                           VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

Mark R. Jiganti and Veronica M. Jiganti – Resolution Amendment – 9674 Hwy 114 – NE1/4NE1/4 32-48-2

 

Happy Land Farms, LLC, Paul O’Connor, has recently sold to Happy Land Farms, Inc., Brent Toepper. The business now has to fall under the current existing regulations which makes them having to contain a Reclamation Bond.

 

This Variance is to request a Bond reduction from $100,000 to $10,000 and to see if they could do a Treasurer’s Bond with the Saguache County Treasurer’s Office. This will be for a tier one cultivation (1800 plants).

 

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER TIM LOVATO TO APPROVE THE WAIVER REQUEST FOR $10,000 SUBMITTED BY TALL BIRD INVESTMENTS WITH CLOSURE PLANS INCLUDED

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                           VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

Sam On Ho & Jingyan Chen / JS Operation, LLC – Variance request – Bond Reduction – 56260 Co. Rd. AA - SE1/4SW1/4 10-44-9

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON TO APPROVE THE LIQUOR LICENSE RENEWAL FOR THE VILLA GROVE TRADE

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER TIM LOVATO

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                     VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED
 

Returned from Lunch at 1:00 P.M.

AMBER WILSON, LAND USE ADMINISTRATOR, Report Attached:

Tall Bird Investment / Happy Land Farms, Inc – Variance request – Bond Reduction – 48254 Co. Rd. T – NW1/4 8-43-8

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER TIM LOVATO TO AMEND THE AGENDA TO APPOINT THE PLANNING COMMISSION

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                     VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

Planning Commission Board Appointments

 

The Land Use Office has received 3 letters of interest for the Crestone/Baca area. One member and one alternate will need to be selected.

The three letters came from:

 

Kairina Danforth

Joseph Buckley

Tricia Toney

I was directed to get more information regarding the letters and received more detailed information from Kairina Danforth and Tricia Toney. Joseph Buckley called to remove his letter of interest but then called again to please keep his previous letter as he is still interested in being on the Planning Commission. Please see attached letters to this report.

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER TIM LOVATO TO APPOINT JOSEPH BUCKLEY AS A MEMBER TO THE SAGUACHE COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                     VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON TO APPOINT KAIRINA DANFORTH AS AN ALTERNATE TO THE SAGUACHE COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER JASON ANDERSON

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                     VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

TRISH GILBERT, CLERK AND RECORDER, Report Attached:

Liquor License Renewal

Villa Grove Trade

Application has been received No violations per Sheriff’s Report Required fees have been paid

The Board agreed to purchase two tents.

Request to schedule public hearing date for budget amendments. Chris Parker with Hinkle & Company will present the 2019 Financial Statement at 2pm.

The Board received two sealed bids.

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER TIM LOVATO TO ACCEPT THE BID SUBMITTED BY VEMCO ELECTRIC IN THE AMOUNT OF $35,215.00 TO COME FROM THE CARES FUND

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                     VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

Presentation of PH Sealed Bids for storage unit. Janet Beiriger, PH would like to purchase 6 – 10’x20’ tents from the ELC/Cares Grant.  The tens are $225.99 each.  Proposal attached.

Introduction of Guests:

Jim Vanderpool

Harold Fowler

Thomas McCracken

Chella Moores

Jacob Chavez

Christina Wilson

April Quintana

Tammy Kaiser

Public Comment:

COMMISSIONER REPORTS:

            Jason Anderson:

9/2 – Attended an overview of the Gallagher Amendment in relation to our current situation.

Communicated with Claudia Wolfe with the Homestead group concerning a house on Beaver Trail, she was concerned that nothing was going to move forward. 

9/4 – Attended the Southern CCI Meeting to get a rundown on some of the things that are coming forward.

9/8 – Attended the Commissioners Work Session to review the Sales Tax Grants and participated in staff evaluations.

9/9 – Contacted by Carolina Brown of Greenway, concerning the use of Title III funds.

Received notice that everything is a go to proceed with the SRS trail from CDOT.

Tim Lovato:

9/3 – I attended the Subdistrict 5 Meeting by telephone and listened to the status of the subdistrict.

9/4 – I met with Human Resources person April Quintana on the Department Head Evaluations

I drove County Road 52-T.

9/7 – I attended the SLV Regional update by phone.

9/8 – I attended the Commissioners work session on the sales tax grants application and we then had the department head evaluations with each of the department heads.

9/9 – Commissioner Ken Anderson and I met with Commissioner Gene Glover from Rio Grande County and we had discussion about sharing a public health director and what it could possibly look like.

9/10 – I received a text message from Jack Brizinki on the statue of County Road 25-TT land exchange.  Mr. Brizinski is from the Doyle Ville area near Gunnison, his concern is why it is taking so long when it's been over a year and he thought after talking to Mr. Arredondo three weeks ago that the paper work on the survey would be hand delivered to him.

9/14 – I spoke with Pete Magee about the GIS maps that he was working on for the 1041 regs.  Mr. Magee did send me the documents, which I forwarded to the commissioners, land use administrator, and out county attorney.  In the afternoon, I attended the SLV Regional update.

Ken Anderson:

Had a special meeting in Alamosa with the Senior Citizens for a Personnel issue.  There is going to be a termination.

Attended the Work session and discussed the Sales Tax Grants.  We also had department head evaluations

Had a meeting in Monte Vista with a commissioner from Rio Grande discussing the possibility of sharing a public health director. 

Had a SRTS meeting in Center, there was a good turnout and they were in favor of changing the route over the canal.

Had a discussion with Randy about the 10 acres by the La Garita store.

Talked with Shane Temple to get the acres marked off.

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER JASON ANDERSON TO MOVE THE SALES TAX GRANTS TO EARLIER

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON

VOTES:     3                                                  VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER JASON ANDERSON TO APPROVE THE SALES TAX GRANTS TO BE ALLOCATED AS FOLLOWS: YOUTH AND SENIORS: CYNTHIA L NEILSON - $0, CENTER CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS - $2,500, CENTER PARKS & RECREATION - $2,500, CENTER VIKING YOUTH CLUB - $3,000, COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY - $5,000, CRESTONE ARTISANS GALLERY - $0, CRESTONE PERFROMANCE INC - $1,250, CRESTONE PERFORMANCE INC - $2,000, EASTERN SAN LUIS VALLEY TRAILS COALATION - $5,000, HEART OF SAGUACHE/KV #1 - $0, HEART OF SAGUACHE/KV #2 - $3,500, LA GARITA COLORADO USA LLC - $5,000, NORTHERN SAGUACHE COUNTY LIBRARY DISTRICT - $2,500, SAGUACHE WORKS - $0, SAN LUIS VALLEY FAIR BOARD - $5,000, SAN LUIS VALLEY GREAT OUTDOORS - $5,000, SOUTH CENTRAL COLORADO SENIORS, INC - $5,000, THE HISTORIC UTE THEATER - $4,000, WREATHS ACROSS AMERICA - $5,000. FOR A TOTAL OF $56,250.

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: CRESTONE ENERGY FAIR- $0, E3 KFM KUNDALINI FIRE MANAGEMENT -$3,000, SAGUACHE HOTEL - $3,000, SCSEED - $1,500, THE SAGUACHE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - $3,860, TOWN OF CENTER - $3,000, TOWN OF CENTER - $5,000, SAGUACHE HOUSING AUTHORITY - $5,000, FOR A TOTAL OF $24,360.

EMERGENCY SERVICES: BACA GRANDE EMERGENCY SERVICES - $3,000, CENTER POLICE DEPARTMENT - $2,500, CENTER POLICE DEPARTMENT -$2,000, CRESTONE CHARTER SCHOOL - $0, CRESTONE FOOD BANK - $0, CRESTONE PEAK COMMUNITY HOUSING - $5,000, CRESTONE/ BACA PEACE PATROL - $2,000, FRIENDS OF SKI KI PARK - $2,500, INFORMED FINAL CHOICES - $3,000, NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS - $3,000, SAGUACHE COUNTY SEARCH AND RESCUE #1 - $0, SAGUACHE COUNTY SEARCH AND RESCUE #2 - $0, SCSEED/ VETERANS ASSISTANCE LEAGUE OF COLORADO, INC - $0, TOWN OF CRESTONE - $5,000, TOWN OF CRESTONE WATER ENTERPRISE - $2,500, VETERANS COALITION OF THE SLV - $5,000 FOR A TOTAL OF $35,500

TOTAL AMOUNT OF FALL 2020 SALES TAX GRANTS AWARDED: $116,110.00

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER TIM LOVATO

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                     VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

BEN GIBBON, COUNTY ATTORNEY:

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER JASON ANDERSON TO GO INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR LEGAL COUNCIL PER C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(b)

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                     VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

Returned from Executive Session at 10:00 A.M.

WENDI MAEZ, INTERIM DIRECTOR, SOCIAL SERVICES

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON TO GO INTO THE BOARD OF SOCIAL SERVICES

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER TIM LOVATO

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                     VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

Christina Wilson gave a report on the financials of Social Services.

Christina Wilson Bookkeeper from $14.20/hr. to $16.20/hr. to be promoted to Head Bookkeeper.

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON TO APPROVE CHRISTINA WILSON PAY FROM $14.20 TO $16.20

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER JASON ANDERSON

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                     VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON TO MAKE CHRISTINA WILSON THE HEAD BOOKKEEPER FOR DSS

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER JASON ANDERSON

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                     VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

Shelly Martinez – additional $200 per month for additional duties as Child Welfare Foster Care inspections and certifications.  Will Shelly doing these duties we will no longer need to pay Alamosa County for this service which is $800 +/- per month.

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER JASON ANDERSON TO NOTIFY ALAMOSA COUNTY OF SERVERNCING OF THAT AGREEMENT IMMEDIATELY AND AT 60 DAYS WE WILL INCREASE THE SALARY RECOMMENDED TO THAT EMPLOYEE

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                     VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

Mary Ann Martinez increased $1.30 per hour.  $15.70 to $17.00/hr.  Mary Ann has taken on the supervision of the Food Program to bring this program back into compliance.

The Board would like to postpone this until the budget is done.

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON TO COME OUT OF THE BOARD OF SOCIAL SERVICES

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER TIM LOVATO

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                     VOTES AGAINST:      0

MOTION CARRIED

           

DEPARTMENT HEAD REPORTS:

EVAN SAMORA, HOUSING AUTHORITY DIRECTOR, Report Attached:

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER TIM LOVATO TO GO INTO THE BOARD OF HOUSING

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON

VOTES IN FAVOR:      3                                                     VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON TO COME OUT OF THE HOUSING BOARD

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER JASON ANDERSON

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                                                     VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

WENDI MAEZ, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR, Report Attached:

Presentation of Sealed Bids for Courthouse Generator.

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER TIM LOVATO TO APPROVE THE AGENDA AS                               AMENDED

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON

VOTES IN FAVOR:     3                             VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

Reading and Approval of Minutes:

MOTION BY COMMISSIONER KEN ANDERSON TO APPROVE THE MINUTES OF THE SEPTEMBER 1, 2020, REGULAR SESSION AS PRESENTED

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER TIM LOVATO

VOTES IN FAVOR:     2                             VOTES AGAINST:     0

MOTION CARRIED

Review of Mail and Other Correspondence: 9/15/2020

Kiwanis Club of Center sent a Thank You Letter for the Boards generous donation of $1,000.00 to their 4-H FFA Livestock Sale Fund.  (Received September 1, 2020) Upper Arkansas Water Conservancy District sent an agenda for the September 10, 2020 Enterprise Committee Meeting at 1:00 P.M. located at 229 E. Highway 50, Salida 81201.  (Received September 9, 2020)
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Meeting Minutes from the 2019 Board of Equalization

          Official Minutes for the 2019 Board of Equalization

SAGUACHE COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION

HEARING ON PETITIONS

SAGUACHE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, AUGUST 1, 2019

MINUTES

The Saguache County Board of Commissioners, sitting in their official capacity as the Saguache County Board of Equalization (CBOE), convened the 2019 Hearing on Petitions at 9:02 a.m., Thursday, August 01, 2019, in the Commissioners Meeting Room, Saguache County Courthouse.

Present: Board Chair, Ken Anderson Commissioner Jason Anderson Commissioner Tim Lovato

Also present: Ben Gibbons, County Attorney Peter Peterson, County Assessor Laura Taylor, Assessor’s Clerk Trish Gilbert, County Clerk & Recorder Various petitioners and/or their representative

Commissioner Jason Anderson outlined the process for the Hearing as follows:

Petitions will be reviewed in the order received. The Board will then make their decision on each protest. He stated that this is not a hearing for general public comments, but for petitioner and Assessor presentations, as scheduled. He also informed petitioners that a written decision of the Board would be provided to each petitioner within five (5) business days of the Board’s decision.

The Hearing then commenced with the following Petitions addressed and subsequent action taken by the Board:

1. Gary and Julia Hawley - Parcel # 4221-173-00-129

Petitioner, Julia Hawley, present.

Motion by Commissioner Jason Anderson to uphold the Assessor’s valuation as on 2019 Notice of Determination. Parcel does not qualify for agricultural classification. Market data supports land value. Appeal is Denied – No Adjustment. Second by Commissioner Tim Lovato. Votes in Favor: 3 Votes Against: 0 Motion Carried

2. San Luis Valley Financial Services Inc – Parcel # 4485-154-00-123

Petitioner agent, Charles W “Bill” McClure, present.

Motion by Commissioner Tim Lovato to uphold the Assessor’s valuation as on 2019 Notice of Determination. Appeal is Denied – No Adjustment. Second by Commissioner Ken Anderson. Votes in Favor: 3 Votes Against: 0 Motion Carried

3. San Luis Valley Financial Services Inc – Parcel # 4593-112-00-039

Petitioner agent, Charles W “Bill” McClure, present.

Motion by Commissioner Jason Anderson to uphold the Assessor’s valuation as on 2019 Notice of Determination. Appeal is Denied – No Adjustment. Second by Commissioner Tim Lovato. Votes in Favor: 3 Votes Against: 0 Motion Carried

4. San Luis Valley Financial Services Inc – Parcel # 4485-023-00-066

Petitioner agent, Charles W “Bill” McClure, present.

Motion by Commissioner Tim Lovato to uphold the Assessor’s valuation as on 2019 Notice of Determination. Appeal is Denied – No Adjustment. Second by Commissioner Jason Anderson. Votes in Favor: 3 Votes Against: 0 Motion Carried

5. San Luis Valley Financial Services Inc – Parcel # 4602-093-00-282

Petitioner agent, Charles W “Bill” McClure, present.

Motion by Commissioner Tim Lovato to uphold the Assessor’s valuation as on 2019 Notice of Determination. Appeal is Denied – No Adjustment. Second by Commissioner Jason Anderson. Votes in Favor: 3 Votes Against: 0 Motion Carried

6. Jonathan L and Debbie Ann Kim – Parcel # 4605-213-00-055

Petitioner not present.

Motion by Commissioner Tim Lovato to uphold the Assessor’s valuation as on 2019 Notice of Determination, due to market data supporting market value. Appeal is Denied – No Adjustment. Second by Commissioner Jason Anderson. Votes in Favor: 3 Votes Against: 0 Motion Carried

7. Richard and Stephanie Strom – Parcel # 4605-081-00-384

Petitioner not present.

Motion by Commissioner Jason Anderson to uphold the Assessor’s valuation as on 2019 Notice of Determination, due to market data supporting market value. Appeal is Denied – No Adjustment. Second by Commissioner Tim Lovato. Votes in Favor: 3 Votes Against: 0 Motion Carried

8. Nadine and Alton Abercrombie – Parcel # 4751-032-00-004

Petitioner not present.

Motion by Commissioner Jason Anderson to uphold the Assessor’s valuation as on 2019 Notice of Determination, due to market data supporting market value. The structure does not qualify as a residence. Appeal is Denied – No Adjustment. Second by Commissioner Tim Lovato. Votes in Favor: 3 Votes Against: 0 Motion Carried

9. Gryezky LTD – Parcel # 4223-212-00-087

Petitioner agent, Alan Cooper, present.

Motion by Commissioner Tim Lovato to continue agricultural classification valuation for 2019, subject to the provision of appropriate financial documentation of agricultural operation by petitioner to the Assessor, within 30 days of this date. Appeal is Granted -- Adjustment will be made. Second by Commissioner Jason Anderson. Votes in Favor: 3 Votes Against: 0 Motion Carried

There being no further business, the 2019 Saguache County Board of Equalization Hearing was Adjourned at 2:32 p.m. Motions and decisions made at this meeting are included in the above summary of actions.

          Audio for the 2019 Board of Equalization

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Resolutions

Resolutions Recorded in 2019

Resolution of Supplementary Budget for 2019-G-1 03-11-2019

Resolution NO R-2 Canceling Taxes Determinded to be Uncollectable 06-11-2019

Exibit "A" for Resolution NO R-2 County Held Mobile Homes 06-11-2019

Resolution NO R-3 Cancelling Taxes Determined to be Uncollectable 06-11-2019

Resolution of Supplementary Budget for 2019-G-4 06-02-2019

Resolution to Enact a Temporary Moratorium on the Acceptance, Processing or Issuance of Medical Variances for Exceeding a Medical Marijuana Plant County of Twenty Four (24) on Property Parcels Located in Unicorporated Saguache County for a Period of Six (6) Months 07-03-2019

Resolution No. 19-6 Authorizing Saguache County to Abandoned and Trade a Portion of County Road 42 (Reception Number 388496) 08-06-2019

Resolution No. G-7 Canceling Taxes Determined to be Uncollectible (Reception Number 388497) 08-06-2019

Resolution Declaring a Fire Hazard Emergency In Saguache County (Reception Number 389006) 10-17-2019

Resolution of Fire Ban (Reception number 389108) 11-5-2019

Resolution Clarifying Appropriations Approved Thus Far for 2019 (Reception Number 389114) 11-06-2019

Resolution No. 2019-G-8 2020 Fiscal Budget Mill Levy (Reception Number 389355) 12-11-2019

Resolution No. 2019-G-9 Adoption and Appropration of Budgets for the County of Saguache Fiscal Year 2020 (Reception Number 389375) 12-12-2020

Resolution No. 2019-G-10 2020 Fiscal Budget Mill Levy 12-17-2020

Resolution of Supplementary Budget for 2019-G-11 (Reception number 389419) 12-18-2019