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—Gunnison County Board of County Commissioners Meetings—

The Board of County Commissioners meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month for Regular Meetings and on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month for Work Sessions.  Special Meetings, including Public Hearings, may be scheduled at any time.     
Meetings are held in the Gunnison County Board of County Commissioners’ boardroom located in the Gunnison County Courthouse at 200 E. Virginia, Gunnison, CO 81230.  Agendas are posted in the glass display case at the Courthouse and on the County’s website at www.gunnisoncounty.org/commissioners_meetings.html.  Agendas are subject to the addition of items up to 24 hours in advance of a meeting.  Deletions from an agenda may occur at any time.  For further information, please contact County Administration at (970) 641-0248.  If special accommodations are necessary per ADA requirements, please contact County Administration or TTY 641-3061 prior to the meeting. 
Published in the Crested Butte News. Issue of September 4, 2009. #082809

 

—REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS—
FOOD AND BEVERAGE CONCESSION
GUNNISON – CRESTED BUTTE REGIONAL AIRPORT
GUNNISON, COLORADO

The Board of County Commissioners of Gunnison County, Colorado as owner and operator of the Gunnison-Crested Butte Regional Airport, requests proposals from qualified parties to enter into an on-airport Food and Beverage concession at the Gunnison-Crested Butte Regional Airport.
The Gunnison-Crested Butte Regional Airport is located on U.S. Highway 50 approximately 200 miles west of Denver.  It serves the residents, businesses and visitors of the City of Gunnison, Town of Crested Butte, and Town of Mt. Crested Butte and surrounding areas. 
A full copy of the “Request for Proposals” can be obtained at the Airport Administration Office, 519 W. Rio Grande Ave., Gunnison, CO 81230; 970-641-2304.  Questions may be directed to John DeVore, Airport Manager or Kathie Lucas Administrative Director.
Gunnison County has developed a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Concession Plan in accordance with regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation, 49 CFR Part 23, Subpart F; a copy of the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Concession Plan is available upon request.  Gunnison County seeks to obtain Disadvantaged Business Enterprise participation in all types of concession activities at the Gunnison County Airport.
Deadline for submittals shall be September 25, 2009 at 12:00 noon, at the Airport Administration Office.
As owner and operator of the Gunnison-Crested Butte Regional Airport, Gunnison County reserves the right to reject any and all bids.       
Katherine L. Lucas
Administrative Director
Published in the Crested Butte News. Issues of August 28 and September 4, 2009. #082806

 

—JUNE 2009 COMPENSATION REPORT—
GUNNISON COUNTY, COLORADO

POSITION TITLE    WAGES
ACCOUNT TECHNICIAN    3,158.00
ACCOUNT TECHNICIAN    2,630.16
ACCOUNTANT    3,753.00
ACCOUNTANT    2,532.00
ACCOUNTANT    3,655.00
ADMIN SERVICES MANAGER    3,292.00
ADMIN SERVICES SUPERVISOR    4,649.05
ADMINISTRATIVE ASS’T I    1,882.85
ADMINISTRATIVE ASS’T I    340.13
ADMINISTRATIVE ASS’T II    2,137.79
ADMINISTRATIVE ASS’T II     2,404.00
ADMINISTRATIVE ASS’T II     2,856.16
ADMINISTRATIVE ASS’T II     2,737.00
ADMINISTRATIVE ASS’T II     3,001.00
ADMINISTRATIVE ASS’T III     3,253.00
ADMINISTRATIVE ASS’T III     3,784.99
ADMINISTRATIVE ASS’T III     2,930.00
ADMINISTRATIVE ASS’T III     3,785.00
ADMINISTRATIVE ASS’T III     3,253.00
ADMINISTRATIVE ASS’T IV     3,853.00
AIRPORT DIRECTOR OF ADMIN *     6,246.87
AIRPORT DUTY OFFICER     3,808.08
AIRPORT DUTY OFFICER *     3,992.45
AIRPORT MANAGER     7,727.00
AIRPORT OPERATIONS FOREMAN *     4,832.97
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST     1,907.43
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST     3,244.81
AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST *     3,202.55
AIRPORT WORKER-INTERMITTENT     837.20
ALT SVCS PROGRAM MANAGER     4,776.00
APPRAISER I     3,105.00
APPRAISER II     3,753.00
APPRAISER II     3,655.00
APPRAISER II     4,237.00
ASST BLDG ENVIRN HEALTH INSP     3,165.00
ASST COUNTY MANAGER     9,649.12
ASS’T FINANCE DIRECTOR     5,536.00
ASS’T PLANNING DIRECTOR     5,919.00
ASS’T PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR     6,274.01
BRIGHT BEGINNINGS REG COORD     2,364.15
BUILDING INSPECTOR     5,267.00
CASE AIDE     3,230.00
CASE AIDE     3,359.00
CASEWORKER II     3,920.00
CASEWORKER II     4,240.00
CASEWORKER II     4,240.00
CASEWORKER III     4,927.00
CHILD WELFARE MANAGER     4,954.00
COOK     1,183.00
COOK     1,502.48
COUNTY ASSESSOR     4,875.00
COUNTY ATTORNEY     9,892.15
COUNTY CLERK & RECORDER     4,875.00
COUNTY COMMISSIONER     4,875.00
COUNTY COMMISSIONER     4,875.00
COUNTY COMMISSIONER     4,875.00
COUNTY CORONER     2,758.33
COUNTY MANAGER     12,738.02
COUNTY SHERIFF     6,333.33
COUNTY TREASURER     4,875.00
CUSTODIAN     1,204.74
DEPUTY ASSESSOR     5,222.00
DEPUTY CLERK     4,048.00
DEPUTY CORONER     300.00
DEPUTY COUNTY ATTORNEY     6,996.80
DEPUTY DIRECTOR HUMAN SVCS     5,826.00
DEPUTY PUBLIC TRUSTEE     466.38
DETENTION CAPTAIN     5,447.00
DETENTION OFFICER I     2,837.00
DETENTION OFFICER I     2,986.00
DETENTION OFFICER I     3,230.00
DETENTION OFFICER I     3,230.00
DETENTION OFFICER I     3,105.00
DETENTION OFFICER I     2,986.00
DETENTION OFFICER I     2,986.00
DETENTION OFFICER I      2,837.00
DETENTION OFFICER I *     4,255.08
DETENTION OFFICER I *     4,081.45
DETENTION SERGEANT     4,177.00
DETENTION SERGEANT     3,962.00
DIST FOREMAN-SPCL PROJECTS     4,890.99
DISTRICT FOREMAN I *     5,403.72
DISTRICT FOREMAN II     2,390.37
DISTRICT FOREMAN II     5,773.99
EARLY CHILDHOOD COORDINATOR     3,734.00
ELIGIBILITY TECHNICIAN     2,531.00
ELIGIBILITY TECHNICIAN     2,531.00
ELIGIBILITY TECHNICIAN     2,632.00
EMERGENCY MGMT MANAGER     4,409.00
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH OFFICIAL     5,267.00
EQUIPMENT OP/PURCHASING AGENT     4,249.99
EXTENSION AGENT     1,780.00
FACILITIES MAINT -SEASONAL     660.80
FACILITIES MAINT -SEASONAL     1,174.32
FACILITIES MAINT -SEASONAL     1,453.12
FACILITIES MAINT -SEASONAL     439.18
FACILITIES MAINT -SEASONAL     2,297.45
FACILITIES MAINT SUPERVISOR     5,774.00
FACILITIES MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN     3,456.00
FACILITIES MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN     4,465.00
FAIRGROUNDS FACILITY ASS’T     3,265.00
FAIRGROUNDS FACILITY MANAGER     4,891.00
FAMILY PLANNING PHYSICIAN ASST     2,057.63
FINANCE DIRECTOR     7,606.00
FLEET MANAGER *     6,871.25
GIS COORDINATOR     5,014.00
GIS MANAGER     6,488.00
GIS TECHNICIAN     2,980.80
HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES DIR     8,191.00
HEALTH ED/VOL COORDINATOR     1,068.26
HEALTH EDUCATOR     3,542.67
HEALTH EDUCATOR *     4,849.93
HEAVY EQUIP OPERATOR I -TEMP *     2,713.33
HEAVY EQUIP OPERATOR I -TEMP *     2,813.76
HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHANIC     4,200.01
HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHANIC     3,882.99
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR I     2,817.00
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR I     3,339.99
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR I     3,737.94
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II     4,147.02
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II     4,465.02
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II     4,147.01
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II     4,147.01
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II *     4,236.72
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II *     4,677.49
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II *     5,141.19
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II *     4,735.48
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II *     4,577.66
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II *     5,063.91
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II *     4,903.72
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II *     4,522.95
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II *     7,178.62
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II *     4,638.87
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II *     4,263.92
HHS GRANT COORDINATOR     977.13
HORTICULTURE ADVISOR/ADMIN III     3,340.00
HOUSING -EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR     7,186.57
HOUSING SPECIALIST     3,007.00
IT DIRECTOR     6,014.00
IT SUPPORT SPECIALIST     641.77
IT TEMP EMERGENCY HIRE     1,502.50
JUV DIVERSION INTAKE WORKER     518.65
JUV DIVERSION INTAKE WORKER     518.65
JUVENILE DIV PROGRAM MANAGER     5,017.00
LANDFILL EQUIPMENT OPERATOR     4,465.00
LANDFILL EQUIPMENT OPERATOR     3,666.39
LANDFILL FOREMAN *     5,722.78
LANDFILL GATE ATTENDANT *     2,401.25
LEGAL ASSISTANT III     3,429.00
MULTICULTURAL RESOURCE COORD     4,182.32
NURSING SUVS SUPERVISOR     6,172.35
PARALEGAL     3,883.00
PARALEGAL     4,776.00
PARALEGAL II     5,447.00
PATROL DEPUTY     4,618.00
PATROL DEPUTY     4,050.47
PATROL DEPUTY     2,197.50
PATROL DEPUTY     3,678.85
PATROL DEPUTY     4,395.00
PATROL DEPUTY     4,596.37
PATROL DEPUTY     4,395.00
PATROL DEPUTY     4,027.49
PATROL DEPUTY     4,505.00
PATROL LIEUTENANT     5,919.00
PATROL SERGEANT     5,447.00
PERSONAL PROPERTY TECHNICIAN     3,726.00
PERSONNEL DIRECTOR     6,769.00
PLANNER I     4,312.00
PLANNING DEPT SERVICES MGR     4,253.00
PLANNING DIRECTOR     7,727.00
PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY SUPERVISOR     3,323.00
PROPERTY TRANSFER TECHNICIAN     2,549.00
PROPERTY TRANSFER TECHNICIAN     2,549.00
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE     5,093.12
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE     3,612.24
PUBLIC TRUSTEE     1,041.67
RECORDING CLERK     2,847.00
RECORDING CLERK     2,847.00
RECORDING CLERK     3,081.00
RECYCLING SITE MANAGER *     4,153.52
RESIDENTIAL AIDE     235.18
RESIDENTIAL AIDE     309.88
SEASONAL TEMP -PUBLIC WORKS     1,878.80
SEASONAL TEMP -PUBLIC WORKS     2,122.40
SEASONAL TEMP -PUBLIC WORKS     2,083.20
SEASONAL TEMP -PUBLIC WORKS     2,114.00
SEASONAL TEMP -PUBLIC WORKS     1,892.80
SEASONAL TEMP -PUBLIC WORKS     353.70
SENIOR ACCOUNTANT     3,934.36
SENIOR ACCOUNTANT     3,810.00
SENIOR APPRAISER     4,927.00
SENIOR RESOURCES PROGRAM MGR     4,577.92
SENIOR RESOURCES SPECIALIST     3,494.16
SENIORS SITE MANAGER     439.50
SENIORS VAN DRIVER     208.08
SENIORS VAN DRIVER     430.50
SENIORS VAN DRIVER     47.16
SENIORS VAN DRIVER     684.02
SHERIFF INVESTIGATOR *     6,017.84
SHOP FOREMAN *     4,969.64
SIRFI GRANT COORDINATOR     1,681.68
UNDERSHERIFF     6,274.00
UTILITIES MANAGER *     5,125.48
VEHICLE LICENSING TECHNICIAN     3,181.00
VEHICLE LICENSING TECHNICIAN     3,517.00
VEHICLE LICENSING TECHNICIAN     3,348.00
VETERANS OFFICER     300.00
VICTIM ASSISTANCE COORDINATOR     4,357.00
W/WW OPERATOR     3,168.99
WEED PROGRAM COORDINATOR     4,077.00         790,729.49
* Earnings of employee include overtime pay and/or conversion of sick leave, vacation or comp time accruals. In addition to compensation listed above, employees receive an average of 21.7% of such compensation in fringe benefits.
Published in the Crested Butte News. Issue of September 4, 2009. #090401

 

—Preliminary AGENDA: Friday, September 4, 2009—
GUNNISON COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION

8:45 a.m.    • Call to order; determine quorum
    • Approval of Minutes
    • Unscheduled citizens: A brief period in which the public is invited to make general comments or ask questions of the Commission or Planning Staff about items which are not scheduled on the day’s agenda.
9:00 a.m.    David Baumgarten – County Attorney, work session, Planning Commission training regarding Colorado Sunshine Law, ex parte communications, personal liability of public officials, meeting protocol, general discussion
10:50 a.m.    Break
11:00 a.m.    Persons Subdivision,  work session/no action, request for the resubdivision of Lot 1, Creekwood Subdivision into three single-family lots; located approximately 6.5 miles northeast of Almont, 1.5 miles north of County Road 742 (Taylor River Road), west of County Road 744 (Spring Creek Road)
Noon    Lunch
1:00 p.m.    Board of County Commissioners/Planning Commission – Quarterly Joint Meeting: Work session/no action. General discussion about planning issues
    1.Land Use Resolution Amendments
        A PC update on list of amendments
        B. BOCC additional items
            * Ridgeline
            * Carbon Neutral Policy
    2. Comprehensive look at planning
        A. Density Next to Urban Areas
        B. BOCC retreat discussion on long-term planning
        C. Sage-grouse listing potential and impact areas
3:00 p.m.    Planning Commission Work Session – Proposed Amendments to the Land Use Resolution, work session/possible action on recommendation to Board, generally including:
    • Changes to definitions
    • Calculation of open space: Housekeeping item that removes inapplicable language
    • Standards approving Minor Impacts: Correcting references to amended and replatted plats
    • Extension of time to submit Preliminary and Final Plans
    • Changes to hearing requirements and standards in appeals process
    • Increasing allowed outside storage in commercial and  industrial uses
    • Clarification of setbacks between mining operations/construction materials and conservation easements/open space
    • Changes to locational standards and density standards for residential development
    • End of Meeting    Report of actions taken by BOCC.
        A brief period in which Commission debriefs on the day’s processes, etc. No discussion or action on any specific Land Use Change Permit applications will take place at this time.
Adjourn
NOTE: Unless otherwise noted, all meetings are conducted in the Blackstock Government Center Meeting Room at 221 N. Wisconsin St. in Gunnison, across the street from the Post Office.  This is a preliminary agenda; agenda times may be changed by the staff up to 24 hours before the meeting date. If you are interested in a specific agenda item; you may want to call the Planning Department (641-0360) ahead of time to confirm its scheduled time. Anyone needing special accommodations, please contact the Planning Department before the meeting. 
Published in the Crested Butte News. Issue of September 4, 2009. #090406

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