This is an application for a Special Events Permit for Pagosa Lakes Property Owners Association to sell Malt, Vinous and Spiritous Liquor at 45 Eagles Loft Circle in Pagosa Springs, CO for A Tribute to Patsy Cline on September 16th, 2023. The Sheriff has been notified of this event. The proper fees were collected. The premises was posted for the required ten (10) days prior to the event. Staff recommends approval of this Special Event Permit.
This Division Order confirms Archuleta County's ownership interest in the North Carracas 32-4-7F5 and 32-4-7F6 gas lines.
This letter provides the Board of County Commissioners' support for Four Corners Office for Resource Efficiency's application to the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant. The Chairman signed this letter on August 17, 2023.
At their regular meeting on August 15, 2023, the Board of County Commissioners signed three letters of opposition to Archuleta County's congressional representatives regarding the letter of credit requirement on the BEAD grant application. This letter provides the same opposition to the Department of Commerce and was jointly signed by multiple stakeholders throughout Colorado. The Chairman digitally signed this letter on August 17, 2023.
This letter provides the Board of County Commissioners' support for the Pagosa Springs' Community Development Corporation's application to be certified as a Community-Based Development Organization. The Chairman signed this letter on August 28, 2023.
At their regular meeting on May 16, 2023, the Board of County Commissioners (the "BoCC") approved donating a vacant land parcel at 50 Home Court owned by the County to the Community Development Corporation. This quit claim deed finalizes that donation.
After receiving four proposals for the construction management/general contractor contract for construction of the new transit facility, the Board of County Commissioners awarded the contract to the highest scorer, FCI Constructors, Inc. at their regular meeting on July 5, 2023. Despite knowing the maximum amount to build was capped at $4.7 million, FCI provided an initial estimate of $5.6 million and said they'd need to make many design and/or engineering changes in order to bring it down to the $4.7 million cap. This agenda item is to terminate the contract with FCI Constructors, Inc.
The Transportation Department solicited proposals for a Construction Management/General Contractor for the new bus transit facility and four bids were received. The highest scorer, after being awarded the contract, came back with an estimate far higher than the maximum amount of $4.7 million. The second highest scorer, Building By Design, has stated they can build the facility for no more than the maximum amount of $4.7 million. This agenda item is to award the contract to Building By Design.