This request is to consider a Resolution authorizing the consolidation of Lots 610X and 611, in Twincreek Village, to become Lot 610XX, owned by Phil and Susan McAdams. This consolidation has been reviewed and is recommended for approval by the Development Services Director. The impact to the County budget includes fees paid per the County Fee Schedule, generally balanced by reduction in property taxes. Responsible Staff Member: Brandon Wolff, Planner.
This Second Amendment provides for a change in closing date for the transaction.
In February 2020, Archuleta County received two bids for the supply and application of Magnesium Chloride to various County roads. Desert Mountain was the low bidder at $0.78 per gallon for 527,644 gallons. In 2021, Desert Mountain did not raise their price - it remained the same at $0.78 per gallon.
In 2022 Archuleta County received a letter from Desert Mountain informing that they have to raise their price per gallon to $0.83. This is due to the ever-increasing cost of fuel in the past year and the impact it has caused on freight cost. Road and Bridge staff is requesting permission to accept the increase for the 2022 Magnesium Chloride application for 527,644 gallons at the price of $0.83 and not to exceed $437,944.52.
In January 2021, the Board of County Commissioner's ("BoCC") approved a Master Agreement for Professional Engineering Consulting Services with Short Elliot Hendrickson (SEH) for the county landfill and Solid Waste.
The first Supplemental Letter Agreement authorizes SEH to perform engineering consulting work related to Phase 4B Cell construction and Phase 4A Cell drainage and liner repairs. The cost for this work is estimated to be $180,112.
The second Supplemental Letter Agreement authorizes SEH to perform Environmental Monitoring and Annual Reporting for the county landfill which is required by regulation. This includes quarterly landfill gas (LFG) reporting, Air Quality/Greenhouse gas determinations and miscellaneous environmental tasks that may be required over the course of the year. The cost for this work is estimated to be $58,384.62.
The total estimated cost for SEH to perform required work for both Supplemental Letter Agreements is $238,496.62.
Staff requests consideration and approval of both Supplemental Letter Agreements from SEH for engineering consulting work and environmental monitoring as presented.