The Grant County Commissioners session was called to order at by Chairman Tim Snead. All of the Commissioners were in attendance.
The Commissioners read and approved the minutes of the preceding session as written.
The Commissioners approved the request by the Sheriff’s Office for a budget amendment for the purchase of five radars.
The Commissioners signed the Public Works Department Claims Fund voucher approval #8-1 through #8-174 in the total amount of $1,637,505.30.
` As of this date the Board by a majority
vote does approve for payment those vouchers filed in the Auditors Office
The Commissioners received a Summons and Complaint from Dora Trevino, et al. The matter was referred to the Prosecuting Attorney for handling.
The Commissioners received certification from the Grant County Auditor that the petition for the creation of a Port District to be named “The Port of Sun Lakes” contained sufficient valid signatures.
A motion was made by Commissioner Allison, seconded by Commissioner Snead that Resolution Number 2002-124-CC approving the Preliminary Plat of 23.7 acres into nineteen lots, located in the North Half of Section 8, Township 19 North, Range 28, East W.M. requested by Victor Jansen be passed. The motion carried.
As there was no further business to
come before the Board the session was continued until
The session was continued at with all of the Commissioners in attendance.
The Commissioners held a Public Hearing and a motion was made by Commissioner Moore, seconded by Commissioner Allison that Resolution Number 2002-125-CC authorizing an appropriation and expenditure of funds for the Domestic Violence Fund #128, Department #170 in the amount of $18,500 be passed. The motion carried.
The Commissioners held a continuation of the Public Hearing on the 2001 Comprehensive Plan Amendments. The following matters were considered:
ASPI Group for a change to Rural Light Industrial, plus overlay for Rural
Freeway Commercial. They were represented by Kim Foster. A motion was made by Commissioner Moore,
seconded by Commissioner Allison to close the public comment. The motion carried. A motion was made by Commissioner Allison,
seconded by Commissioner Moore to approve the request for the change to Light
Industrial on parcel
City was represented by Gilbert Alvarado.
After a brief discussion a motion was made by Commissioner Allison,
seconded by Commissioner Moore that this matter be continued to
Lauzier Foundation. The request was for
a land use designation change from Agriculture to Rural Residential. After discussion a motion was made by
Commissioner Allison, seconded by Commissioner Moore to continue to
motion was made by Commissioner Allison, seconded by Commissioner Moore that
the 2001 Comprehensive Plan Amendments Public Hearing be continued until
The Commissioners met with the Public Works Director regarding 1:30 p.m. Bid Opening-Grant Place Ped/Bike Path, 2:00 p.m. Hearing-Vacating R-NW Right of Way, Fire District No. 11/Rd. 12 & E SE, Patton Blvd.Assisted Living Center, Fairway Ave. Trees, Lower Crab Creek Road/B & G Farms, Dropbox Operator Update.
The Commissioners held a bid opening on the Grant Place Pedestrian/Bike Path. A motion was made by Commissioner Moore, seconded by Commissioner Allison that the bids be referred to Public Works for their review and recommendation. The motion carried.
The Commissioners received a signed
copy of Resolution 04-2002 from the
Chairman Snead was authorized to sign
the Interlocal Agreement with the City of
The Commissioners held a Public Hearing regarding the vacation of a portion of a certain County road right-of-way. on the Final Unit Plat of Irrigation Block 75 and described as a 60 foot Right of Way abutting Farm Units 109, 151 and the West Canal ROW. After discussion a motion was made by Commissioner Allison, seconded by Commissioner Moore to uphold the recommendation of the Public Works Director approving the vacation including up to the southerly existing service on farm unit 109. The motion carried.
The Commissioners upheld the recommendation of the Public Works Director and awarded the bid on the Grant Place Ped/Bike Path to Basin Paving in the amount of $51,216.50.
As there was no further business to
come before the Board the session was adjourned until
Clerk of the Board Chairman