BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Each quarter the Department of Human Services provides a report including statistical and performance measure information for a number of our high-level programs. The attached report includes information from the second quarter (April, May and June 2019).
An application for a Special Events Permit for the Pagosa Mtn. Morning Rotary Club, to sell malt, vinous, spirituous liquor at the Western Heritage Events Center located at 344A Hwy 84 for a fundraiser on August 1, 2, 3, 4, 2019 was submitted. The Sheriff has been notified of this event. The proper fees were collected and the premises was posted for the required ten (10) days prior to the special event. The application has been examined and the premises, business conducted and character of the applicant is satisfactory, and we do report that such permit will comply with the provisions of Title 44, Article 5, C.R.S., as amended.
Pursuant to the Colorado Liquor Code, a hearing does not need to be held if no one has protested the permit and the applicant has been advised of its responsibility to comply with the Colorado Liquor Code. There were no protests for this special event application, therefore, the Chair of the County Liquor Board has signed the Permit.
The financial impact to the County is the fees paid per the County Fee schedule and Staff moves the Liquor Board to ratify the Chair’s signature of this Special Events Permit.
This is a request for an additional thirty (30) day Temporary Liquor Permit for a Hotel & Restaurant license for Marconi's Family Restaurant, LTD DBA Marconi's Family Restaurant located at 117 Navajo Trail Drive. Suite D, Pagosa Springs, Colorado. The Application for a Transfer of Ownership and Temporary Permit was approved by the Board of County Commissioners on May 21, 2019. There is no financial impact to the County and Staff moves to approve this extension for an additional thirty (30) day temporary liquor permit to Marconi's Family Restaurant.
This request is to consider a Resolution authorizing the consolidation of Lots 737 and 738 Twincreek Village to become Lot 738X owned by Cynthia Kay Kessler. This consolidation has been reviewed and is recommended for approval by Development Services Planning Technician, Sherrie Vick. The impact to the County budget includes fees paid per the County Fee Schedule, generally balanced by reduction in property taxes.
This request is to consider a Resolution authorizing a request by the Crowley Ranch Reserve Association that the previously platted road segment described herein be renamed from Crowley Dr. to Ronnie’s Ct. The Road Naming has been reviewed and is recommended for approval by Development Services Planning Technician, Sherrie Vick. There is no financial impact to the County, and the safety of the local property owners is enhanced.