Public Notices: Feb. 14, 2019

RIO BLANCO COUNTY EMPLOYEES TOTAL
GROSS SALARY PAID IN 2018. EMPLOYEE
BENEFITS IN ADDITION TO COMPENSATION
DURING 2018 WAS 50% OF GROSS SALARY
GROSS SALARY, TITLE
2,048.36, Airport Coordinator
58,500.00, Assessor
40,312.00, Assr Admin Analyst
35,947.36, Assr Apprsr Trainee
30,297.66, Assr Chief Appraiser
48,397.24, Assr Lead Cartographer/App
14,386.82, Assr Oil & Gas Tax Auditor
33,500.20, Assr Transfer/Office Ast
139,325.80, Attorney
2,955.07, Atty Intern
57,713.76, Atty Legal Staff Asst
29,288.24, Atty/FB/HR Admin Asst
75,742.54, Building Official
39,009.94, Bldg/Planning Staff Asst
10,425.04, Building Inspector
58,500.00, Clerk & Recorder
44,111.04, C/R Bkkpr/Spec Proj Coord
38,693.60, C/R Elections Tech
2,629.47, C/R MV Admin Asst
23,617.68, C/R MV Admin Asst
33,587.16, C/R MV Admin Asst/Fac Cust
46,141.15, C/R MV Comp Coord
36,278.54, C/R MV Compl
38,614.16, C/R MV Compl Agent I
33,585.39, C/R Recording/Elect Admin
36,692.80, Columbine Park Manager
58,500.00, Commissioner
76,050.00, Commissioner
76,050.00, Commissioner
67,854.80, Communications Director
5,791.80, Communications Intern
16,993.56, Communications Tech
40,999.96, Communications Tech
33,099.96, Coroner
6,453.72, Deputy Coroner
6,782.07, Deputy Coroner
71,806.45, DHS Director
42,599.96, DHS Acctg Tech
2,369.95, DHS Admin Asst
16,559.13, DHS Admin Asst
22,181.14, DHS Admin Asst
1,040.66, DHS Case Aide
33,783.50, DHS Caseworker I
37,705.50, DHS Caseworker I
43,388.00, DHS Caseworker I
35,988.04, DHS Eligibility Specialist
44,163.28, DHS Eligibility Specialist
42,961.57, DHS Eligibility Supervisor
3,885.54, DHS Family Engmnt Fac
59,710.00, DHS Supervisor
72,720.04, ED Coord
57.20, ED Marketing Assit
17,606.68, ED Specialist
20,112.28, ED Staff Assistant
74,059.83, Emergency Manager
29,484.88, Ext Organiz Asst
22,079.08, Ext Prog Coord 4H Yth Dev
30,520.74, Ext Prog Coord 4H Yth Dev
20,031.41, Ext Staff Ast
85,999.96, F/B Director
37,051.00, F/B Bookkeeper
34,925.16, F/B GL Accountant
88,360.00, Fac Mgmt Director
7,197.71, Facilities Custodian
34,800.02, Facilities Custodian
35,320.01, Facilities Laborer
51,547.02, Facilities Maint Supervisor
20,152.00, Facilities Svcs Wrkr
40,081.24, Fairfield Manager
34,657.90, Fairfield Facilities Laborer
39,179.18, Fgnds Lead Worker
300.42, Fgnds Staff Asst
7,708.50, Fgnds Temp Laborer
18,820.01, Fgnds/Fairfield Temp Laborer
79,000.00, Fleet Supervisor
52,324.96, Fleet Mechanic
54,953.32, Fleet Mechanic
56,580.04, Fleet Mechanic
57,957.88, Fleet Mechanic
56,457.88, FleetMechanic
54,894.42, GIS
17,304.74, GIS Manager
79,000.00, HR Director
50.00, HR Generalist
29,858.00, IT Director
68,697.90, IT Director
121.36, IT Admin Asst/Help Desk Clk
14,651.00, IT Help Desk
83,821.00, IT Network Engineer
73,000.00, Natural Resources Specialist
66,000.04, PHA Director
26,414.87, PHA Admin Asst/Env Htlh
51,222.08, PHA Hlth Nurse
52,961.85, PHA Hlth Nurse
23,938.18, PHA WIC Educator
41,228.15, Planner I
84,599.92, RB Director
42,919.12, RB Admin Asst
35,893.60, RB Admin\Clerk
61,026.35, RB Coordinator
21,600.77, RB District Supv
45,741.76, RB District Supv
61,161.79, RB District Supv
64,076.08, RB District Supv
45,808.19, RB Lead Operator
49,989.94, RB Lead Operator
50,045.32, RB Lead Operator
59,436.00, RB Office Admin
41,624.92, RB Operator I
42,585.86, RB Operator I
4,668.16, RB Operator II
30,646.79, RB Operator II
41,624.92, RB Operator II
41,841.77, RB Operator II
42,332.64, RB Operator II
42,428.11, RB Operator II
42,691.60, RB Operator II
42,850.97, RB Operator II
43,695.52, RB Operator II
45,717.64, RB Operator II
38,595.79, RB Operator III
44,749.31, RB Operator III
46,698.03, RB Operator III
47,832.72, RB Operator III
48,498.01, RB Operator III
48,598.39, RB Operator III
48,651.04, RB Operator III
49,166.50, RB Operator III
52,003.36, RB Permit & Sfty Comp
101,776.00, RB Project Manager
49,801.28, RB Sign Maint Tech
52,506.72, RB Sign Maint Tech
2,334.92, RB Temp Laborer
5,414.76, RB Temp Laborer
6,247.80, RB Temp Laborer
11,029.50, RB Temp Laborer
29,716.48, RB Temp Laborer
39,026.44, RB/Fleet Staff Ast
75,999.96, Sheriff
64,587.81, Shrf Comm Supv
41,578.91, Shrf Detentions Cntrl Spec
27,962.78, Shrf Detentions Deputy
48,351.81, Shrf Detentions Deputy
61,621.60, Shrf Detentions Deputy
26,276.36, Shrf Detentions Deputy
50,080.90, Shrf Detentions Deputy
51,943.56, Shrf Detentions Deputy
59,429.62, Shrf Detentions Deputy
59,611.46, Shrf Detentions Deputy
76,977.93, Shrf Detentions Lt
66,253.46, Shrf Detentions Sgt
12,641.91, Shrf Dispatcher
17,672.32, Shrf Dispatcher
23,844.44, Shrf Dispatcher
27,137.09, Shrf Dispatcher
54,556.91, Shrf Dispatcher
58,154.11, Shrf Dispatcher
52,536.08, Shrf Office Manager
3,000.00, Shrf Patrol Deputy
30,033.88, Shrf Patrol Deputy
58,861.32, Shrf Patrol Deputy
62,717.34, Shrf Patrol Deputy
65,087.52, Shrf Patrol Deputy
65,311.64, Shrf Patrol Deputy
69,229.62, Shrf Patrol Deputy
60,992.50, Shrf Patrol Sgt
64,878.80, Shrf Patrol Sgt
71,241.03, Shrf Patrol Sgt
657.53, Shrf Rlf Det Cntrl Spec
883.68, Shrf Rlf Det Cntrl Spec
1,132.22, Shrf Rlf Det Cntrl Spec
4,068.61, Shrf Rlf Det Cntrl Spec
8,978.85, Shrf Rlf Det Cntrl Spec
16,187.00, Shrf Rlf Det Cntrl Spec
48,318.65, Shrf Rlf Det Cntrl Spec
234.40, Shrf Rlf Dispatcher
386.61, Shrf Rlf Dispatcher
3,439.51, Shrf Rlf Dispatcher
7,819.02, Shrf Rlf Dispatcher
14,502.48, Shrf Rlf Dispatcher
84,845.96, Shrf Undersheriff
3,300.00, Surveyor
75,703.17, SW Landfill Manager
14,635.26, SW Landfill Operator
23,615.86, SW Landfill Operator
40,075.40, SW Landfill Operator
63,815.00, Treasurer
53,331.63, Treas Deputy Treasurer III
35,899.84, Treas Staff Asst/Rcrds Clk
61,772.68, Use Tax Administrator
7,212.30, Veteran’s Officer
7,334.30, Veteran’s Officer
48,418.63, Weed Control Supv
7,170.12, Weed Control Asst
10,660.35, Weed Control Tech
13,133.43, Weed Control Tech
44,154.52, WRR Nutrition Director
29,666.21, WRR Cook
29,674.87, WRR Cook
1,679.75, WRR Rlf Cook
4,290.01, WRR Rlf Cook
21,353.15, WRR Sr Transport Driver
167.22, WRR Rlf Transport Driver
8,846.95, WRR Rlf Transport Driver
7,833,822.18
Published February 14, 2019
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TOWN OF RANGELY
Check Register
January-19
VENDOR, AMOUNT, DESCRIPTION
AFLAC, 247.70, Payroll deduction
AGNC, 2500.00, Dues
AHERNS, GERALD, 104.25, Expenses
ALERT/SAM, 80.00, Services
ALL COPY PRODUCTS, INC., 605.59, Expenses
ARAMARK, 64.05, Expenses
ASHLEY VALLEY VETERINARY CLINIC, 12.80, Animal Shelter Exp
AV – TECH, 554.79, Expenses
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH & WELLNESS, PLLC, 900.00, Expenses
BIG D’S PUMPING, INC, 750.00, Expenses
BILLGREN, MATTHEW, 100.00, Council Stipend
BLUE360 MEDIA, 310.50, Expenses
BOY-KO SUPPLY CO, 153.74, Expenses
CANYON PINTADO VETERINARY CLINIC, 908.70, Animal Shelter Exp
CARROT-TOP INDUSTRIES, INC, 62.89, Expenses
CASELLE, INC, 1418.00, Software Support
CEBT, 29572.22, Health Ins
CENTURY EQUIPMENT COMPANY, 79.00, Expenses
CENTURYLINK, 1613.54, Communication
CHEVRON U.S.A. INC, 32580.23, Expenses
CIMARRON TELECOMMUNICATIONS LLC, 55.00, Communication
CIRSA, 23043.88, Expenses
CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES, LLC, 750.00, Expenses
CLUB 20, 200.00, Dues
CMCA, 165.00, Dues
COLO DEPT OF HUMAN SVC BITF, 20.00, Expenses
COLOCPA SERVICES, 202.50, Services
COLORADO DOORWAYS, 56.00, Expenses
COLORADO MUNICIPAL LEAGUE, 1379.00, Dues
COLORADO RURAL WATER ASSN, 275.00, Dues
COMMUNITY COUNTS OF COLORADO, 100.00, Dues
DAN E. WILSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW LLC, 2415.06, Services
DIRECTV, 427.25, WRV Expense
DUCEY’S ELECTRIC, 1117.37, Expenses
EMPLOYERS COUNCIL, 4157.92, Services
EZ AUTO MECHANICS, 22.00, Services
FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY, 373.80, Payroll deduction
FEDERAL EXPRESS, 153.79, Expenses
FERGUSON WATERWORKS, 4577.08, Expenses
FIDELITY ADVISOR FUNDS, 20712.19, Payroll deduction
FIRST BANKCARD, 2276.47, Expenses
FPPA, 360.94, PD Insurance
GALLS LLC, 188.02, Expenses
GARNER JR., RICHARD E., 100.00, Council Stipend
GEER, LUKE D., 100.00, Council Stipend
GLOBAL CHEMICALS, 5673.65, Expenses
GRAND JUNCTION LABORATORIES, 105.00, Services
HACH, 920.15, Expenses
HACKING, TYSON, 100.00, Council Stipend
KEY, ANDREW J, 100.00, Council Stipend
L.A.W.S, 240.00, Expenses
MAIL SERVICES, 821.92, Services
MASTER PETROLEUM, INC., 273.60, Fuel
MCCANDLESS TRUCK CENTER, 371.27, Services
MEEKER SAND & GRAVEL, 6260.08, Expenses
MESA COUNTY HEALTH DEPT REG LABORATORY, 40.00, Expenses
MOFFAT COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE, 17100.00, Services
MOON LAKE ELECTRIC, 11155.15, Electricity
MOUNTAIN WEST SECURITY LLC, 299.40, Services
MULLEN, JOCELYN, 120.00, Expenses
NETWORKS UNLIMITED, 2909.85, Support/Services
NICHOLS STORE, 326.15, Expenses
NORCO, INC., 19.77, Services
ORKIN PEST CONTROL, 1445.99, Services
PIERING, LISA, 40.00, Expenses
PINNACOL ASSURANCE, 2299.25, Insurance
PIPELINE TESTING CONSORTIUM, 1720.00, Expenses
POLICEONE.COM, 325.00, Expenses
PRATER’S PLUMBING & HEATING, 350.00, Services
PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER INC, 121.74, Expenses
QUALITY CARPET & FURNISHINGS, 1341.69, Expenses
QUILL CORPORATION, 523.45, Expenses
RANGELY AREA CHAMBER, 1170.00, Expenses
RANGELY AUTO PARTS, 913.28, Expenses
RANGELY DISTRICT HOSPITAL, 304.28, Services
RANGELY HARDWARE, 1793.81, Expenses
RANGELY SCHOOL FOUNDATION INC, 12636.22, Sales Tax Funding
RANGELY TRASH SERVICE, 821.00, Services
RANGELY, TOWN OF, 8826.42, Utilities
RIO BLANCO COUNTY, 405.00, Services
RIO BLANCO COUNTY SALES & USE TAX, 2087.17, State Use Tax
RIO BLANCO COUNTY COURT, 31.00, Services
RIO BLANCO COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPT, 35.00, Services
RIO BLANCO HERALD TIMES, 138.40, Expenses
ROBIE, TREY, 100.00, Council Stipend
SENERGY BUILDERS, LLC., 4654.50, Expenses
SGS ACCUTEST INC., 784.70, Services
SHAFFER, ANDREW, 150.00, Council Stipend
SHOWWALTER MOTOR COMPANY, 206.83, Services
STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY RC, 587.66, Life Insurance
STEWART WELDING & MACHINE, INC., 68.91, Expenses
STOPSTICK, LTD, 967.00, Expenses
SUMMIT ENERGY, 91643.73, Gas Transmission/Transport
TRANSUNION RISK & ALTERNATIVE, 33.10, Services
UNCC, 18.85, Services
VERIZON WIRELESS, 1129.70, Cell Service
VERNAL WINNELSON CO, 420.00, Expenses
W.A.R.M., 1362.03, Donation
WEST PAC INDUSTRIES, 848.96, Expenses
WEX BANK, 2373.18, Fuel
WHITE RIVER MARKET, 40.75, Expenses
WILCZEK, KAREN S, 300.00, Judge’s Fee
WRB REC & PARK DISTRICT, 23.50, Expenses
Total: 325,724.36
Published: February 14, 2019
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TOWN OF MEEKER
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
7:00 P.M. Board Meeting
Town Hall
345 Market Street, Meeker, CO
I. Call to Order
II. Pledge of Allegiance
III. Roll Call
IV. Approval of the Agenda
V. Approval of the Previous Minutes
VI. Approval of Monthly Disbursements
VII. Staff Reports
VIII. Public Participation
This is an opportunity for Citizens to bring comments and questions to the Board of Trustees not being addressed in the Regular Meeting Agenda.  In consideration of other regularly scheduled agenda items, comments will be limited to 3 minutes or less.  Citizens are asked to approach the podium state their name and address for the record.
IX. New Business:
a. Appointment of Chief Stubblefield to the Eastern RBC 911 Emergency Telephone Service Board.
X. Public Hearings:
a. Request from the Meeker Lions Club for 4 Special Event Liquor Permits all to be held at the Fairfield Center, 200 Main Street, Meeker, Colo.:
Annual Fireman’s/EMS Ball, March 9, 2019;
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Banquet, April 6, 2019;
After Birth Ball, April 13, 2019;
Old Timer’s Annual Meeting/Banquet, June 1, 2019.
b. Bid Award for 2018 or 2019 4-door SUV Police Patrol Vehicle.
c. Bid Award for 2019 4-Wheel Drive Loader.
d. Bid Award for 2019 Crack Seal Project.
XI .Discussion Item:
a. Town of Meeker’s 2019 Business Grant Program.
XII. Mayor’s Remarks
XIII. Town Manager’s Report
XIV. Town Attorney’s Report
XV. Other Board Business
XVI. Adjournment
Published: February 14, 2019
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Matter of the Estate of Corbett E. Hart,
a/k/a CORBETT EDGAR HART JR.
Rio Blanco District Court
Case No. 2019PR30000
All persons having claims against the above
named estate are required to present them to the
undersigned or to the District Court of Rio Blanco
County, Colorado, on or before May 7, 2019, or
the claims may be forever barred.
Michael J. Holloran, Esq. #860
P.O. Box 773600
Steamboat Springs, CO 80477
Published: January 31, February 7 & 14, 2019
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Notification of Public Hearing before the Rangely Planning and Zoning Commission on February 19th, 2019 at 7:30A.M. at the Rangely Town Hall
The Rangely Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a Public Hearing to consider The Walz Minor Subdivision being a Replat of Lots 5a and 5b of the Poole & Pilcher Subdivision Section 5, T1N, R101W of the 6th P.M. , Town of Rangely, Rio Blanco County, CO. The Walz Subdivision Plat can be viewed at the Main Office of the Town of Rangely at 209 E. Main Street in Rangely, Colorado.
The Public is invited to attend the Public Hearing and provide written or verbal comment on the proposed Walz Minor Subdivision.
By: /s/Lisa Piering
Erica Eyer, Town Clerk
Published: January 31, February 7, and February 14, 2019
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Airport Master Plan Meeting Public Notice
Meeker Airport Coulter Field is beginning the process to update their Airport Master Plan. The first of five public meetings will be held on Tuesday, February 26th, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. at the Rio Blanco County Courthouse, 3rd Floor Hearing Room, 555 Main Street in Meeker. More information about the Airport Master Plan is available by contacting Traci Hodgins at T-O Engineers at 307.587.3411 or thodgins@to-engineers.com.
Published: February 14 & 21, 2019
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Brett Lemoyne Smithers who is also known as
Brett L. Smithers, Deceased
Case Number 19PR2
All persons having claims against the above named estate are required to present them to the personal representative or to District Court of Rio Blanco, County, Colorado on or before June 14, 2019, or the claims may be forever barred.
Michael B. Smithers
Personal Representative
607 N. Walnut Ave.
New Braunfels, TX 78130
Published: February 14, 21, & 28, 2019
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TOWN OF MEEKER
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
7:00 P.M. Board Meeting
Town Hall
345 Market Street, Meeker, CO
I. Call to Order
II. Pledge of Allegiance
III. Roll Call
IV. Approval of the Agenda
V. Approval of the Previous Minutes
VI. Approval of Monthly Disbursements
VII. Staff Reports
VIII. Public Participation
This is an opportunity for Citizens to bring comments and questions to the Board of Trustees not being addressed in the Regular Meeting Agenda.  In consideration of other regularly scheduled agenda items, comments will be limited to 3 minutes or less.  Citizens are asked to approach the podium state their name and address for the record.
IX. New Business:
a. Appointment of Chief Stubblefield to the Eastern RBC 911 Emergency Telephone Service Board.
X. Public Hearings:
a. Request from the Meeker Lions Club for 4 Special Event Liquor Permits all to be held at the Fairfield Center, 200 Main Street, Meeker, Colo.:
Annual Fireman’s/EMS Ball, March 9, 2019;
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Banquet, April 6, 2019;
After Birth Ball, April 13, 2019;
Old Timer’s Annual Meeting/Banquet, June 1, 2019.
b. Bid Award for 2018 or 2019 4-door SUV Police Patrol Vehicle.
c. Bid Award for 2019 4-Wheel Drive Loader.
d. Bid Award for 2019 Crack Seal Project.
XI .Discussion Item:
a. Town of Meeker’s 2019 Business Grant Program.
XII. Mayor’s Remarks
XIII. Town Manager’s Report
XIV. Town Attorney’s Report
XV. Other Board Business
XVI. Adjournment
Published: February 14, 2019
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BID REQUEST
Piceance Weed and Pest District
Hand Spraying of Herbicide and
Ariel Spraying of Herbicide
The Piceance Weed and Pest District is soliciting bids for Herbicide hand spraying and Herbicide ariel spraying. Bid packets are available by calling Chris Uphoff at 970- 379-9244 or email tcuphoff@msn.com. Mailed bids are due to the Board of County commissioners, P.O. Box i, Meeker, Co 81641 no later than 4:00 p.m. on March 8th, 2019. If hand delivered the bids are due no later than 11:00 a.m. on March 11th, 2019 to the County Commissioners, County Administration Building, 200 Main, Meeker, CO. The bids will be opened according to the agenda on March 11, 2019. All bids must be clearly marked “Herbicide Hand Spraying” or Herbicide Ariel Spraying” on the outside of the bid.
Published: February 14, & February 21, 2019
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OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION
OF THE STATE OF COLORADO
PUBLIC NOTICE
OF
PROPOSED UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL PERMIT
PURPOSE OF PUBLIC NOTICE:
The purpose of this notice is to solicit public comment on converting the Union Pacific #113X22 production well to an EPA Class II disposal well. Chevron USA Inc submitted a permit application to convert this Rangely Field well from production to injection. The Union Pacific #113X22 well was drilled at a location 2,635 feet from north line and 5 feet from west line of (SWNW) Section 22, Township 2 North, Range 102 West, 6th P.M., Rio Blanco County, Colorado.
BACKGROUND
Class II injection wells are permitted and regulated in such a manner as to prevent the contamination of underground sources of drinking water and to ensure fluid emplacement and confinement within the permitted injection zones. Class II injection wells are permitted to inject waste generated from oil and gas exploratory and production operations. Chevron USA Inc. proposes to inject these fluids into the Navajo Formation in the Union Pacific #113X22 well through a cased-hole completion at depths of approximately 4,815 to 5,300 feet.
Public comments are encouraged and will be accepted, in writing at the Commission for a period of thirty (30) days after publication of this notice. If any data, information, or arguments submitted during the public comment period appear to raise substantial questions concerning proposed injection well permit, the Director may request that the Commission hold a hearing on the matter.
Additional information on the operation of the proposed injection well may be obtained at the Commission office.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF COLORADO
OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION
OF THE STATE OF COLORADO
By Robert P. Koehler, PhD
Underground Injection Control-Lead, COGCC
Dated at 1120 Lincoln Street, Suite 801
Denver, Colorado 80203
Date: February 11, 2019
Published: February 14, 2019
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PUBLIC NOTICE
Pursuant to Title 34, Article 33, Paragraph 118, of the Colorado Revised Statutes, the Colorado Division of Minerals and Geology hereby issues notice that an application to renew the Deserado Mine Permit No. C-1981-018 for a five-year term, submitted by Blue Mountain Energy, Inc., 3607 CR 65, Rangely, CO 81648, was deemed complete for the purpose of filing. All review and comment periods as provided in the Act and Regulations promulgated thereunder initiate from this day of filing.
The total permitted acreage is 13,645.01, of the permit area it contains some 13,325.01 acres of federal land and 320 acres of private land. These areas are situated in T2N, R101W and T3N, RlOlW, 6th P.M, in Rio Blanco County about 8 miles northeast of the Town of Rangely. It includes lands containing all of RBC Road 65, eastern part of RBC Road 96, and western portions of RBC Road 78, and southern end of MC Road 61. The Deserado Mine Permit area lies within USGS 7.5 minute Quadrangle maps entitled “Rangely NE” and “Cactus Reservoir”.
A copy of the permit revision application is available for public inspection at the Town Clerk’s office, Town Hall in Rangely. Written comments, objections, requests for informal conference, or requests for a public hearing held in the locality of the proposed mining operation for the purpose of determining whether the interests of the public and affected landowners will be protected concerning this application must be submitted to Colorado Division of Reclamation, Mining and Safety, 1313 Sherman Street, Room 215, Denver, Colorado 80203, (303)866-3567 within thirty (30) days of the last publication.
Published: February 14, 21, 28, & March 7, 2019
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Board of County Commissioners of
Rio Blanco County, Colorado
Rio Blanco County Annex Building
17497 Highway 64
Rangely, Colorado 81648
Tentative Agenda February 19, 2019
Public Comment: Any member of the public may address the Board on matters which are within the jurisdiction of the Board. If you are addressing the Board regarding a matter listed on the Agenda, you are requested to make your comments when the Board takes that matter. Please limit your comments to three minutes per member or five minutes per group. The public comment time is not for questions and answers. It is your time to express your views.
1. 11:00 a.m. Call to order:
A. Pledge of Allegiance
B. Changes to February 19, 2019 Tentative Agenda
1)
2)
C. Move to Approve the February 19, 2019 Agenda including any changes.
2. CONSENT AGENDA FOR FEBRUARY 19, 2019
Items of routine and non-controversial nature are placed on the consent agenda. Any Commissioner or member of the audience may request an item be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately on the regular agenda prior to action being taken by the Board on the Consent Agenda.
A. Move to Approve the below listed items of the Consent Agenda.
B. Consideration of the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado Meeting Minutes of February 11, 2019.
3. BUSINESS
A. None.
4. BID OPENINGS
A. None.
5. BID AWARDS
A. Move to Award the Rio Blanco County 2019 Dust Control Project to GMCO Corporation, in an amount not to exceed $313,770.24.
B. Move to Award the Rio Blanco County 2019 Fleet Management Small Vehicles as follows:
Mid-size Standard Wheelbase, 4×4, 4 Door SUV
To _______________________, in an amount not to exceed $_____________.
Full-size Crew Cab 3/4 Ton 4×4 Short-bed Pick-up – Sheriff Patrol Vehicles (2)
To _______________________, in an amount not to exceed $_____________.
Full-size Crew Cab 1/2 Ton 4×4 Short-bed Pick-up
To _______________________, in an amount not to exceed $_____________.
3/4 Ton 4×4 Crew Cab Short-bed Pick-up
To _______________________, in an amount not to exceed $_____________.
Standard Cab 3/4 Ton 4×4 Pick-up
To _______________________, in an amount not to exceed $_____________.
Mid-size Crew Cab Short-bed 4×4 Pick-up
To _______________________, in an amount not to exceed $_____________.
6. MOU’s, CONTRACTS, AND AGREEMENTS
A. Move to Approve/Deny an Agreement for Services between the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado and GMCO Corporation for the  Rio Blanco County 2019 Dust Control Project, in an amount not to exceed $313,770.24.
B. Move to Approve/Deny an Agreement for Services between the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado and Monica Bearfield, dba Therapy Solutions, Inc., to provide Domestic Violence Treatment Services to eligible children and their families, in an amount not to exceed $5,000.00.
7. RESOLUTIONS
A. None.
8. OTHER BUSINESS
A. Public Comment
B. County Commissioners Updates
9. PUBLIC HEARINGS
A. None.
Adjourn
The agenda is provided for informational purposes only; all times are approximate. Agenda items will normally be considered in the order they appear on the agenda. However, the Board may alter the Agenda, take breaks during the meeting, work through the noon hour and even continue an item for a future meeting date. The Board, while in session, may consider other items that are brought before it. Scheduled items may be continued if the Board is unable to complete the Agenda as scheduled.
The next regular Board meeting is tentatively scheduled for February 25, 2019 at the Rio Blanco county Historic Courthouse, 555 Main Street, 3rd Floor, Commissioner’s Hearing Room, in Meeker, Colorado.  Please check the County’s website for information at http://www.rbc.us/departments/commissioners. If you need special accommodations please call 970-878-9431 in advance of the meeting so that reasonable accommodations may be made.
Published: February 14, 2019
Rio Blanco Herald Times

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