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CALL FOR

NOMINATIONS

A CALL FOR NOMINATIONS (NOTICE BY

PUBLICATION OF)

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,

and,

particularly, to the electors of the Gunnison

Conservation District of

Gunnison County, Colorado.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

that an

election will be held on the 5th day of May,

2020, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and

7:00 p.m. At that time, supervisors will be

elected to serve 4-year terms. Eligible elec-

tors of the District interested in serving on

the board of supervisors may obtain a Self

Nomination and Acceptance form from the

District DeSignated Election Official (DEO):

Samuel Liebl, address 216 N. Colorado

Street, Gunnison, phone 970-707-3047. The

Office of the DEO is open on the following

days: Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30

p.m. The deadline to submit a Self Nomina-

tion and Acceptance is close of business on

February 28, 2020 (not less than 67 days

before the election). Affidavit of Intent To Be

A Write-In-Candidate forms must be submit-

ted to the office of the designated election

official by the close of business on Monday,

March 2, 2020 (the sixty-fourth day

before the election).

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, an applica-

tion for an absentee ballot shall be filed with

the designated election official no later than

the close of business on Tuesday preceding

the election, April 28, 2020.

/s/ Samuel Liebl

Designated Election Official

Gunnison Country Times

Gunnison, Colorado

Publication date of February 20, 2020

746

NOTICE OF HEARING

CITY OF GUNNISON

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

PLEASE TAKE NOTE THAT, pursuant to

Sections 6.5 and 12.5 of the Land Develop-

ment Code of the City of Gunnison, Colora-

do, a public hearing will be held at the hour

of 7:00 p.m. on the 11th day of March, 2020

in the City Council Chambers, Gunnison

Municipal Building, 201 West Virginia

Avenue, Gunnison, Colorado on the merits

of Major Subdivision application, Sketch

Plan, SB 20-3, submitted by High Mountain

Concepts and the City of Gunnison. The

property is legally described as:

A tract of land within Blocks 115, 116, 117,

118 and 119, Town of West Gunnison and

land platted within the boundaries of West

Gunnison and located within the NW1/4

NW1/4 of Section 2 of Township 49 North,

Range 1 West N.M.P.M.; City of Gunnison,

Gunnison County, Colorado.

Also known as the Lazy K property,

Gunnison, Colorado. A complete legal

description can be found at the City of

Gunnison Community Development Depart-

ment.

AT WHICH TIME AND PLACE you may at-

tend and give testimony, if you so desire.

City of Gunnison, Colorado

Planning and Zoning Commission

/s/ Andie Ruggera, Senior Planner

Gunnison Country Times

Gunnison, Colorado

Publication date of February 20, 2020

751

NOTICE OF HEARING

CITY OF GUNNISON

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

PLEASE TAKE NOTE THAT, pursuant to

Sections 6.5 and 8.2 of the Land Develop-

ment Code of the City of Gunnison, Colora-

do, a public hearing will be held at the hour

of 5:30 p.m. on the 11th day of March, 2020

in the City Council Chambers, Gunnison

Municipal Building, 201 West Virginia Av-

enue, Gunnison, Colorado on the merits of

Variance application, VA 20-1, submitted by

Keith and Jodi Bauer, requesting a variance

from the minimum side setback requirement

of 5 feet on the Lot line between Lots 14

and 15, within the Residential Mixed Use

(RMU) zone district. The property is legally

described as:

Lots 12-16, Block 39, Boutchers Addition,

City and County of Gunnison, Colorado.

Also known as 518 East Georgia Avenue,

Gunnison, Colorado.

AT WHICH TIME AND PLACE you may at-

tend and give testimony, if you so desire.

CITY OF GUNNISON

ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS AND

APPEALS

/s/ Caree Musick, Planning Technician

Gunnison Country Times

Gunnison, Colorado

Publication date of February 20, 2020

747

ORDINANCE

ORDINANCE NO. 1, SERIES 2020

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL

OF THE CITY OF GUNNISON, COLORA-

DO, AMENDING THE MONTHLY RATES

CHARGED BY THE CITY OF GUNNISON

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT FOR

REFUSE AND RECYCLING

A full copy of the proposed ordinance can

be found on the City of Gunnison website at

www.gunnisonco.gov in

the City Council e-

packet information or at the City Clerks Of-

fice in City Hall, 201 West Virginia Avenue

in Gunnison or by calling 970.641.8140.

Gunnison Country Times

Gunnison, Colorado

Publication date of February 20, 2020

748

REQUEST FOR BIDS

INVITATION TO BID

Town of Crested Butte

Project: Big Mine Ice Arena Hockey

Changing Rooms

Location: Big Mine Park, 620 2nd Street,

Crested Butte, Colorado

Scope of Work:

Primary Bid: The Big Mine Ice Arena Hock-

ey Changing Rooms Project (Project) will

be located under the existing roof of the Big

Mine Ice Arena and will be accessory build-

ings to that facility. The Project will consist

of two buildings each containing two heated

changing rooms with the east building

including a small storage room. Total gross

construction area will be approximately

1,312 square feet. Construction will consist

of CMU block walls with perlite insulation

in open cores; rockwool rigid insulation;

and corrugated metal siding on the exterior.

The existing concrete slab of the Ice Arena

will serve as the floor, and the existing

south concrete wall will serve as the back

wall for each room. The only utility will be

electricity for light, heat, and ventilation. Two

of the changing rooms will have pitched

standing seam metal roofs, and the other

two changing rooms will have flat roofs to

accommodate platform seating for specta-

tors to view hockey games. The platforms

will be constructed of 4 composite concrete

slab with galvanized metal guardrails.

The platforms will be accessed by metal

staircases. Construction materials will be

metal/fire resistant per fire code. The scope

of work for the project will include construc-

tion of said buildings per plans including all

mechanical, electrical, and heating systems.

All construction will be in accordance with

the 2015 International Building Code.

Bid Alternate: The Bid Alternate will include

all aspects of the Primary Bid with the ex-

clusion of the platform seating area. Pitched

standing seam metal roofs will replace the

platforms, and the stairs will be omitted.

Submittal Deadline: Sealed bids for the con-

struction of the Project will be received until

4:00p.m. Monday, March 23, 2020. Bids

will be received via the following delivery

methods:

Hand Delivered, UPS or FedEx:

Janna Hansen

Parks and Recreation Director

Town of Crested Butte

507 Maroon Avenue, Crested Butte Colo-

rado 81224

Mailed via USPS:

Janna Hansen

Parks and Recreation Director Town of

Crested Butte

PO Box 39, Crested Butte Colorado 81224

All bids will be opened and read aloud at

the Crested Butte Town Council Chambers

immediately following the submittal dead-

line. Bids received after this deadline will

not be considered.

Pre-Bid Meeting: All Bidders are invited

to attend a pre-bid meeting and site visit

at 1:00pm, Tuesday, March 10, 2020. at

Crested Butte Town Hall located at 507

Maroon Ave.

Contract documents, bid documents, and

bid set drawings are available online under

Bids/Proposals at https://www.townofcrest- edbutte.com.

Prospective bidders may contact Dale

Hoots, Project Manager, at 970-349-5338

x301 with questions pertaining to the scope

of the project and information on this Invita-

tion to Bid. Bids will be received as set forth

herein and in the Bidding Documents. No

bid may be withdrawn within a period of

sixty-five (65) days after the date fixed for

opening bids.

The Town reserves the right to reject any

and all bids, to accept bids other than the

lowest, and to waive any informalities and

irregularities therein. Bid security in the

amount of not less than 5% of the total bid

must accompany each bid in the form of

a Bid Bond, certified check, or cashiers

check and made payable to the Town of

Crested Butte. The successful bidder will be

required to furnish a Performance Bond and

a Labor and Material Payment Bond, both

in the amount of 100% of the total contract

amount, in conformity with the requirements

of the Contract Documents and on forms as

provided by the Town.

Town of Crested Butte, Colorado (OWNER)

By: Janna Hansen

Title: Parks and Recreation Director

Published in the Crested Butte News and

Gunnison Country Times February 20, 27

and March 5, 2020.

Gunnison Country Times

Gunnison, Colorado

Publication dates of February 20, 27, March

5, 2020

749

SPECIAL MEETING

Gunnison Watershed School District

February 24, 2020

Special Meeting

Crested Butte Community School

Library

5:30 pm

I. Call to Order 5:30

II. Roll Call

III. Pledge of Allegiance

IV. Modifications/Approval of Agenda

V. Guest Speaker: Leslie Colwell, Childrens

Campaign

- Uniform Mill Levy

- Mill Levy Equalization

VI. Administrative Action Summaries

A. Branding update

B. BEST grant update

VII. ACTION ITEMS

1. Personnel

a. Susan Powers-LOA 2020-21 second

semester

b. Jessica McNary-LOA 2020-21 school

year

c. Resignation of Shana Benson-Head Vol-

leyball coach-GHS

2. Approval of 2020-21 School Calendar

VIII. Adjournment

Gunnison Country Times

Gunnison, Colorado

Publication date of February 20, 2020

752

VESTED RIGHTS

NOTICE OF

LAND USE CHANGE PERMIT

APPROVALS

CREATING A VESTED RIGHT

GUNNISON COUNTY, COLORADO

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Gunnison

County has approved the following Land

Use Change permits with site-specific

development plans(s) within unincorpo-

rated Gunnison County, which creates a

three-year vested property right pursuant

to Colorado Revised Statutes, Article 68 of

Title 24 C.R.S., as amended.

A vested property right gives the follow-

ing applicant(s) the right to undertake the

development subject to the condition(s) of

approval of the site-specific development

plan(s).

(LUC-19-00037)-Gunnison County is

approved to develop Shady Island River

Park a 10.5-acre site into a River Park.

The primary purpose of the park will be to

provide riverside boat access and adequate

parking and sanitary facilities. The following

amenities are permitted at the Park: 36

trailer parking spaces and 43 vehicle park-

ing spaces; 19 walk in tent only campsites

and camp host site; Boat prep and staging

area; Boat ramp; Restrooms; Picnic shelter;

Nature play area; Nature trails; ADA access;

Instream fisheries habitat improvements.

The subject parcel is legally described

as 10.5 acres in the NE1/4, Section 24,

Township 50 North, Range 1 West, NMPM.

2728 Highway 135, the subject parcel is

approximately 1.7 miles north of the City of

Gunnison.

/s/ Beth Baker

Community Development Services Manager

Gunnison County Community Development

Department

Gunnison Country Times

Gunnison, Colorado

Publication dates of February 13, 20, 2020

745

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• LEGALS •

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Gunnison Country Times