Public Notices 04/29/2021

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    Hot Springs Blvd. will be closed to thru traffic from Spring Street south to Apache Street.  Local traffic will still have access by utilizing the access road around the Aragon Center and City Hall.   Closure will be in force May 01 thru May 05.

    Published April 29, 2021 in The Pagosa Springs SUN.

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    Notice of Public Hearing

    Board of County Commissioners

    Archuleta County, Colorado

    PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to CRS 30-28-116 that the Board of County Commissioners of Archuleta County, Colorado, will hold a public hearing to consider revising the County Land Use Regulations. The language proposed to be adopted is available for review at the County Development Services Department 970-264-1390.

    The public hearing will be held on Tuesday May 18, 2021 at 1:30 PM in the County Commissioner’s meeting room at 398 Lewis Street, Pagosa Springs, Colorado, and via Zoom, at which time all interested parties will be heard. 

    Written comments may also be submitted to the Archuleta County Board of Commissioners, P.O. Box 1507, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147, at or prior to said public meeting. 

    Published April 29, 2021 in The Pagosa Springs SUN.

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    REAL PROPERTY AND PERSONAL PROPERTY PROTEST DEADLINES

    (Public Notice)

    NAME AND ADDRESS OF CONTACT:

    Luke de la Parra, Hinsdale County Assessor

    P O Box 28

    Lake City, CO 81235

    TELEPHONE NUMBER: (970) 944-2225 ext. 121

    RELEASE: Required on or before May 1 

    PUBLIC NOTICE

    Colorado law requires the county assessor to hear objections to real property classifications and valuations beginning no later than May 3, 2021. Objections to the valuation or classification of real property must be postmarked, delivered, or presented in person to the county assessor’s office no later than June 1, 2021. 

    Colorado law requires the county assessor to begin hearing objections to personal property valuations no later than June 15, 2021. Objections to personal property valuations must be postmarked, delivered, or presented in person to the county assessor’s office no later than June 30, 2021.

    For additional information, contact the county assessor’s office at (970) 944-2225 ext. 121

    Published April 29, 2021 in The Pagosa Springs SUN.

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    Sale of Vehicles and Equipment

    The Archuleta School District 50 Jt has the following vehicles and equipment for purchase. Sealed bids will be received for each individual item with the name of the item you are bidding on listed on the outside of each bid. You may submit bids for multiple items, but you must submit a separate bid for each item. 

    The deadline for receiving the sealed bids will be 4 pm on May 7, 2021. Bids will be opened on the following Monday. The highest bidder for each item will be notified by phone. All items are sold “as is.” 

    Please bring your sealed bid to the Maintenance and Transportation Building at 800 B S. 8th St, 8:00am – 4:45pm Monday thru Thursday or 8:00am – 12:00pm on Friday. 

    2004 International 36 passenger wheelchair school bus.

    1994 Thomas 65 passenger school bus.

    1994 Thomas 65 passenger school bus.

    1997 Amtran 65 passenger school bus.

    1992 Chevrolet Suburban ¾ ton (bad transmission.)

    2002 Ford Explorer: This donation has an electrical short. It does not run. Minimum bid: $200.00.

    1999 Ford F150 pickup: The A arm on the passenger front tire is bent. It does not run. Minimum bid: $200.00.

    1989 Ford Econoline Van: Rear main seal leak. It did run when donated, but must have the seal replaced before driving. Minimum bid: $200.00.

    1987 Volvo Station wagon: Needs new windshield. The metal around the windshield is very weak so must have patching done before replacing glass. Minimum bid: $200.00.

    Miller Syncrowave200: This is a used TIG welder. Our voltage output is too low for it. It must have 230 volts to operate correctly. Minimum bid: $1,000.00.

    To schedule an inspection of a vehicle please contact Steve Voorhis, 970-749-4296, svoorhis@pagosa.k12.co.us.

    Published April 29, 2021 in The Pagosa Springs SUN.

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    REAL PROPERTY TAXPAYER REMEDIES

    (Media Release)

    Assessors, please note: If you are using the standard protest and appeal procedures, please delete dates for the alternate protest and appeal procedures before submitting this document for publication.

    If your county has elected to use the alternate protest and appeal procedures, please replace the standard dates below with the alternate dates shown in parentheses. 

    If your county is using an extended base period, please adjust the January 1, 2021 through June 30, 2021 dates accordingly.

    NAME AND ADDRESS OF CONTACT:

    Luke de la Parra, Hinsdale County Assessor

    P O Box 28

    Lake City, CO 81235

    TELEPHONE NUMBER: (970) 944-2225 ext. 121

    SUGGESTED RELEASE: April 1 through May 31

    For tax years 2021 and 2022, the county assessor is required by law to appraise all real property at a June 30, 2020 level of value. Notices of Valuation reflecting the 2021 values will be sent to owners of real property by May 3. The information used by the assessor to value your property is available for your review.

    From May 3 through June 1, owners of real property may protest the value or the classification established by the assessor. This protest period provides an opportunity for taxpayers to inform the assessor of errors in classification, property description, or other discrepancies that may result in a reduction in value or a change in classification.

    Protests to the assessor must be postmarked or presented in person on or before June 1. The assessor

    must make a decision concerning your protest and mail you a written Notice of Determination on or

    before the last working day in June (August 16 – for alternate protest and appeal procedures

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IN ALTERNATE PROTEST COUTITES: For protests of values

    on rent producing commercial real property, taxpayers must submit, two full years of rental income

    data, two full years of tenant reimbursement data, two years of itemized expenses and two full years

    of rent roll data on or before July 15. For further information, please contact your county assessor’s

    office.) If you are satisfied with the assessor’s determination, the tax bill you receive next January

    will be based on the value and classification reflected on the Notice of Determination.

    If you disagree with the assessor’s decision, you may file an appeal with the county board of

    equalization. An appeal to the county board of equalization must be postmarked or hand-delivered no

    later than July 15 (September 15 – for alternate protest and appeal procedures). The county board

    will notify you by mail of the hearing date, time, and place where you may present evidence to

    substantiate your case. Evidence includes documentation such as the sale prices of properties similar

    to yours that sold between January 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020 (Adjust dates accordingly). The county

    board will conclude hearings and render decisions by the close of business on August 5 (November 1

    – for alternate protest and appeal procedures). The county board must mail you a decision within

    five business days of the date of its decision. If you are satisfied with the county board’s decision, the

    tax bill you receive next January will be based on the valuation and classification reflected in the

    county board’s decision.

    If you disagree with the action of the county board, you may file an appeal with the State Board of

    Assessment Appeals or the district court, or you may request a binding arbitration hearing. Your appeal

    must be made within 30 days of the date of the county board’s mailed decision.

    For additional information regarding the protest and appeal process, contact your county assessor at

    (970)944-2225 ext. 121.

    Published April 29, 2021 in The Pagosa Springs SUN.

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    Notice and Opportunity to Comment

    on the Colorado Roadless Area Boundary Modification

    The Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), proposes to modify the South San Juan Adjacent, Turkey Creek, and Winter Hills/Serviceberry Mountain Colorado Roadless Area (CRA) boundaries on the San Juan National Forest to remove Federal land for the Valle Seco 2019 Land Exchange and to add acres to the Winter Hills/Serviceberry Mountain CRA. The Chief of the Forest Service proposes to modify the boundaries after a 90-day public notice and opportunity to comment.

    How to Comment and Timeframe:

    Comments must be received in writing within 90 days of the publication of this legal notice in the newspaper of record (the Durango Herald). Comments may be submitted electronically to https://cara.ecosystem-management.org/Public//CommentInput?Project=NP-2434. Written comments concerning this notice should be addressed to Becca Smith, San Juan National Forest, PO Box 310, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147. 

    Additional Information:

    The Colorado Roadless Rule permits the Chief of the Forest Service to modify Colorado Roadless Area boundaries based on changed circumstances after providing public notice and a 90-day public comment period. Pursuant to 36 CFR § 294.47(a), the Forest Service proposes to modify the South San Juan Adjacent Roadless Area and Turkey Creek Roadless Area boundaries to remove approximately 176 acres of Federal land to be conveyed to Non-Federal Parties as part of the proposed land exchange. The Forest Service is also considering modifying the Winter Hills/Serviceberry Mountain CRA to add between approximately 529 acres and 7,954 acres to the CRA. These various boundary modification alternatives were analyzed in the Draft Environmental Assessment for the Valle Seco 2019 Land Exchange, which can be found at http://www.fs.usda.gov/project/?project=57154. This exchange and boundary modifications do not include upper tier roadless areas. The Forest Service will consider public comments on the proposed boundary modifications in coordination with the proposed land exchange.

    Further Information Contact: Becca Smith, Lands Specialist, at (970) 264-1521 or rebecca.smith@usda.gov.

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

    Published April 29, 2021 in The Pagosa Springs SUN.

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    PUBLIC HEARING

    The Town Council for the Town of Pagosa Springs will be holding a public hearing for a new Beer & Wine liquor license application for Karen Roberts dba Picasso & Vino located at 450 Lewis Street, Unit A1 in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. The public hearing will be held on Thursday, May 20, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. in the Town Council Chambers at Town Hall at 551 Hot Springs Blvd or by Zoom meeting. All people wishing to comment should be present at that meeting or have written comments in the office of the Town Clerk no later than 5:00 p.m. on May 14, 2021.

    Published April 29, 2021 in The Pagosa Springs SUN.

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    PUBLIC HEARING

    The Town Council for the Town of Pagosa Springs will be holding a public hearing for a new Hotel & Restaurant liquor license application for Tall Pines Beer and Wine Garden LLC located at 23 Pike Drive in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. The public hearing will be held on Thursday, May 20, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. in the Town Council Chambers at Town Hall at 551 Hot Springs Blvd or by Zoom meeting. All people wishing to comment should be present at that meeting or have written comments in the office of the Town Clerk no later than 5:00 p.m. on May 14, 2021.

    Published April 29, 2021 in The Pagosa Springs SUN.

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    Request for Proposals – APS Companion/Home Visitation Provider: The Board of County Commissioners seek proposals from a Companion/Home Visitation Provider for older adults served by Adult Protection Services (APS). The successful Respondent to this RFP will be awarded a contract covering the period July 1, 2021 until June 30, 2022. At the option of the County, two extensions of up to one additional year each may be awarded. Respondents must read and follow the instructions contained in RFP No. 1010-21-001. Copies may be obtained from Matt Dodson (Matthew.Dodson@state.co.us) or may be downloaded from the County website at http://www.archuletacounty.org/Bids.aspx. One original and two bound copies of the proposal, labeled “Companion / Home Visitation Provider for older adults served by Adult Protection Services (APS)” must be delivered to the County at 551 Hot Springs Blvd, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147 by 3:00 p.m., May 7th, 2021.

    Published April 29 and May 6, 2021 in The Pagosa Springs SUN.

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    The Town of Pagosa Springs has received an application for “Final Major Design Review” for the construction of an approximately 320 square foot addition to the south side of the Riff Raff on the Rio establishment at 356 E Pagosa Street. The Design Review Board will consider the final application at a public hearing scheduled on Tuesday, May 11, 2021 at 5:30 pm. The Public hearing will be held by Zoom online meeting platform and accessible to anyone in the public from the Town’s online portal at this link https://zoom.us/j/91425469027 or by phone by dialing 1 669 900 6833 and accessing webinar ID 912 39 357 590. Limited in-person meeting attendance is now being allowed at 551 Hot Springs Blvd with masks being required.

    To access the meeting agenda, staff report and proposed development application, click the Meetings and Agendas tab on the left-hand side on the Town’s website home page at pagosasprings.co.gov. You may also view the application on this website under Departments -> Planning -> Pending Land Use Development Projects or on MyPagosa.org under proposed development projects.

    For more information and anyone wishing to provide comments, please contact the Town Planning Department at cschultz@pagosasprings.co.gov or at 970-264-4151 x221, or you may attend the public hearing where public comments will be taken.

    Published April 29, 2021 in The Pagosa Springs SUN.

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    NOTICE OF PURCHASE OF PROPERTY AT TAX LIEN SALE AND OF APPLICATION

    FOR ISSUANCE OF TREASURER’S DEED

    To Every Person in Actual Possession or Occupancy of the hereinafter Described Land, Lot or Premises, and to the Person in Whose Name the same was Taxed or Specially Assessed, and to all Persons having Interest of Title of Record in or to the said Premises and To Whom It May Concern, and more especially to:

    DELDEV INC

    1133 N 18TH STREET

    GRAND JUNCTION, CO 81501

    You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 1st day of November 2012, the then County Treasurer of Archuleta County, in the State of Colorado, sold at public tax lien sale to

    EASTERN COLORADO RENTALS LLC

    the following described property situate in the County of Archuleta, State of Colorado, to-wit:

    Subdivision: PAGOSA TRAILS Lot: 285, 286, 287, 288, 289 PT Sec: 25 Twn: 35 Rng: 2.5W 

    Account Number: R004325

    Schedule Number: 569525104060

    Tax Sale Certificate Number: 2012-02357

    and said County Treasurer issued a certificate of purchase therefore to EASTERN COLORADO RENTALS LLC

    That said tax lien sale was made to satisfy the delinquent property(and special assessment) taxes assessed against said property for the year 2011

    That said real estate was taxed or specially assessed in the name(s) of DELDEV INC for said year 2011.

    That said EASTERN COLORADO RENTALS LLC on the 29th day of March 2021, the present holder of said certificate (who) has made request upon the Treasurer of said County for a deed to said property;

    That a Treasurer’s Deed will be issued for said property to EASTERN COLORADO RENTALS LLC

    On the 8th day of September 2021, unless the same has been redeemed.

    Said property may be redeemed from said sale at any time prior to the actual execution of said Treasurer’s Deed.

    Witness my hand this 29th day of March 2021

    /s/ Elsa P White

    Elsa P White, Treasurer of Archuleta County, Colorado

    Published April 29, May 6 and 13, 2021 in The Pagosa Springs SUN.

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    FOR BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS HEARING ON May 18, 2021

    ROBERT LEVINE, has applied for a Final Plat Approval for the LIGHT PLANT RIVER ESTATES MINOR SUBDIVISION, on the property RURAL Sec: 25 Twn: 35 Rng: 2W 35-2W Sec: 25 PORTION OF S2SW; 24-35-2W; N2N2; 25-35-2W; S2; 19-35-2W N2N2; 30-35-1W at 1301 County Rd 119, Pagosa Springs, CO (PLN21-027). The property is zoned PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD). The proposal is to create a Minor Subdivision in accordance with the Reservoir River Ranch Development Agreement for single-family residence development on the new parcels.

    Comments regarding this proposal may be submitted to Archuleta County Development Services-Planning Department, P.O. Box 1507, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147-1507, telephone: (970) 264-1390 or to PFlowers@archuletacounty.org prior to the public hearing by the Archuleta Board of County Commissioners on May 18, 2021, at 1:30 p.m. in the County Administration Office Meeting Room, 398 Lewis Street, Pagosa Springs and via Zoom Link. Public comment will be taken at the meeting.

    Published April 29 and May 6, 2021 in The Pagosa Springs SUN.

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    INVITATION TO BID

    Separate sealed BIDS for the Buttress Avenue and Port Avenue Asphalt Surfacing project will be received by Archuleta County, Colorado at the office of Davis Engineering Service, Inc. located at 188 South 8th Street, P.O. Box 1208, Pagosa Springs, Colorado 81147, until 2:00 P.M. local time on May 20, 2021, and then at said office publicly opened and read aloud.

    The project consists of asphalt surfacing of two gravel roadways being approximately 0.37 miles of Buttress Avenue and 0.18 miles of Port Avenue. The project generally maintains the existing horizontal and vertical alignments and involves scarification, gravel supplementation, and reshaping of the existing gravel roadways prior to placement of the asphalt surface.

    Project work includes, but is not limited to clearing and grubbing, excavation, embankment, gravel placement, drainage structures, erosion control, asphalt paving, erosion control, pavement marking, traffic control, seeding and mulching, and other items typically associated with road and bridge construction.

    Copies of the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS and PLANS may be obtained on or after May 3, 2021, at the office of Davis Engineering Service, Inc. located at the address mentioned above, upon payment of $50.00 for each set. No refund will be made for returned copies.

    A mandatory pre-bid conference and inspection trip for prospective Bidders will be held at the office of Davis Engineering Service, Inc. (phone number (970) 264-5055), located at the address mentioned above, at 2:00 P.M. local time on May 11, 2021.

    Date: April 29, 2021

    Published April 29 and May 6, 2021 in The Pagosa Springs SUN.

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    ARCHULETA COUNTY 
    MARCH 2021 PAYABLES
    VENDOR NAMEDESCRIPTION AMOUNT 
    AAA PROPANE, INC.SW-ARBOLES SHOP PROPANE 242.22 
    ADVANCE AUTO PARTSFLEET-PARTS & SUPPLIES 1,393.34 
    AFLACEMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTIONS 1,949.52 
    ALERT/SAMACSO-2021 DUES 100.00 
    ALSCOACSO-WKLY RUG SVC/FLEET & B&G-UNIF. 771.84 
    ALTITUDE RECYCLING EQUIP.SW-RECYCLING TIES 650.00 
    AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICESACSO-SUPPLIES 95.60 
    AMERICAN UNITED LIFE INS.COUNTY LIFE INSURANCE 1,431.37 
    AQUA SOL CAFECOMMISS-2021 SMALL BUS GRANT 3,500.00 
    ARCHULETA COUNTY 4-HFAIR-BRENDA DECKER PLAQUE 100.00 
    ARCHULETA COUNTY SOLID WASTECOUNTY-DISPOSAL 930.00 
    ARCHULETA COUNTY TREASURERBOCC-TAXES 168.36 
    ARCHULETA COUNTY VICTIM ASSIST.DHS 02/21 CONTRACT SVCS TANF 1,667.00 
    ARCHULETA SCHOOL DISTRICTDHS EL POMAR GRANT FEB 21 5,410.56 
    ASSOCIATION OF COLORADO CO.ADMIN – 2021 DUES 200.00 
    AT YOUR DISPOSALCOUNTY DISPOSAL 926.00 
    AT&T MOBILITY LLC.ACSO & DISP.-CELL PHONES/DHS-DATA 4,977.29 
    BANK OF COLORADOEMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTIONS 100.00 
    BANK OF THE SAN JUANSEMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTIONS 374.64 
    BC SERVICES, INC.EMPLOYEE GARNISHMENT 315.63 
    BI INCORPORATEDACSO-ASP SERVICES FEB 386.90 
    BLACK HILLS ENERGYCOUNTY NATURAL GAS 5,315.54 
    BOB BARKER COMPANY,  INC.JAIL-INMATE SUPPLIES 136.47 
    BUCKSKIN TOWING & REPAIRFLEET-TOWING & REPAIRS 1,803.45 
    CABE’S COLLISION FLEET-REPAIRS 13,342.91 
    CAL STEEL & SHEET METALFLEET SUPPLIES 332.12 
    CAPITAL BUSINESS SYSTEMSCOUNTY COPIER LEASE 2,430.91 
    CARL MACHTEXTENSION-CPR & 1ST AID CLASSES 160.00 
    CARTEGRAPH SYSTEMS LLC.R&B-SOFTWARE SUPPORT SERV. 7,143.73 
    CCOERA- EMP RETIREMENTEMPLOYEE RETIREMENT 99,058.53 
    CDW GOVERNMENT LLC.IT-TRAINING & EDUCATION 705.38 
    CENTURY EQUIPMENT COMPANYFLEET-PARTS 1,685.02 
    CENTURYLINKCOUNTY PHONES 26,973.51 
    CHARM-TEX INC.JAIL-SUPPLIES 539.70 
    CHRISTINE’S CUISINECOMMISS-2021 SMALL BUS GRANT 3,500.00 
    CIERRA C. CORLEYCORONER-DEPUTY CORONER (4 CALLS) 500.00 
    CIGNA HEALTH COUNTY HEALTH INS. MAR 140,928.08 
    CINTAS FIRST AID & SAFETYCOUNTY-FIRST AID SUPPLIES 123.40 
    COLORADO BUREAU OF INVEST.ACSO-BACKGROUND CHECKS 1,233.00 
    COLORADO CORONERS ASSOC.CORONER-2021 DUES 1,287.00 
    COLORADO CORRECTIONAL IND.DHS IM ADMIN OFFICE SUPPLIES 152.67 
    COLORADO DEPT. OF REVENUEEMPLOYEE WITHHOLDING 20,258.00 
    COLORADO DEPT. OF HUMAN ACSO-BRAIS SURCHARGES 420.00 
    COLORADO GARDENEREXT-COLO GARDNER SHIPPING 39.00 
    COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITYEXTENSION-1QTR FORMULA R.YOUNG 3,675.00 
    COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS, INC.2021 SERVICES PROVIDED 1,000.00 
    CONTECH ENGINEERED SOL.R&B-N. PAGOSA BRIDGE 41,943.14 
    COWBOY CAR WASHACSO & MET-CAR WASHES 440.87 
    CROSSFIRE AGGREGATE R&B-AGGREGATE 2,988.64 
    CURTIS BLUE LINEACSO-BODY ARMOR 207.75 
    DAVID G. MCCREERYATTY-PROCESS SERVER 65.00 
    DAVIS ENGINEERING SERVICER&B-ENGINEERING  11,966.00 
    DEAN SHORTRIDGEPLNG-LOT CONS APP FEE REFUND 50.00 
    DELTA DENTAL OF COLORADOCOUNTY DENTAL MARCH 4,764.61 
    DELTA RIGGING & TOOLS, INC.FLEET-CHAINS 8,367.24 
    DESIGN A SIGNACSO NAME PLATES 148.00 
    DIANE MAUNTREASURER-PROP POSTINGS (18) 270.00 
    DIGITCOM ELECTRONICS, INC.FLEET-RADIO REPAIR 105.00 
    DREHER ROBERTSONPARK RENT REFUND DEP & FEES 525.00 
    DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING HR-DRUG TESTING 90.00 
    DURANGO FAMILY LAWDHS ACDHS ADMIN LEGAL FEES 5,018.10 
    DURANGO MOTOR COMPANYFLEET-PARTS  325.12 
    EMPLOYERS COUNCIL SERVICESHR-MEMBERSHIP DUES 02/21-01/22 6,000.00 
    FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRYEMPLOYEE GARNISHMENTS 617.50 
    FLORIAN GALLEGOSSW-MILEAGE REIMB. 51.52 
    FLYERS ENERGY LLC.FLEET-FUEL 19,188.46 
    FOOT PRINTSPW-UNIFORMS-BOOTS 1,243.56 
    FOUR CORNERS WELDING & GASFLEET-SUPPLIES 128.50 
    FOUR STATES TIRE FLEET-TIRES 1,529.32 
    FREDRICKZINK & ASSOCIATESEMP. FLEX & HR-FLEX OPN ENRL FEES 5,411.32 
    GALLS, LLC.ACSO-UNIFORMS 1,028.61 
    GIS – HIRERIGHTHR-BACKGROUND CHECKS FEB 1,459.70 
    GRAINGERFLEET-SUPPLIES 80.11 
    HONNEN EQUIPMENT CO.FLEET-PARTS 283.48 
    HOOD MORTUARYCORONER-FACILITY USAGE 600.00 
    HUMANE SOCIETY OF PAGOSA ACSO-ANIMAL SERVICES 4,166.67 
    INLAND TRUCK PARTS COMPANYFLEET-PARTS 2,453.20 
    INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICEEMPLOYEE WITHOLDING 143,988.30 
    INTERNATIONAL CITY MGMT. EMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTIONS 2,160.02 
    JANIS L. SMITHCORONER-AUTOPSY ASSISTANT 200.00 
    JASON HIBBERT –CORONER-CORONER ON CALL 100.00 
    JUST CLICK PRINTING, INC.BLDG-FORMS PRINTING 215.25 
    K & K SYSTEMS, INC.R&B-SOLAR SIGNS 24,077.34 
    KELLY L. ROBERTSONCORONER-CORONER ON CALL 100.00 
    KIP’S GRILL & CANTINACOMMISS-2021 SMALL BUS GRANT 7,000.00 
    LA PLATA COUNTY DEPT. DHS P&I FAMILY ENGAGEMENT MTGS & TANF 8,784.29 
    LA PLATA ELECTRIC ASSOC.COUNTY ELECTRIC 9,277.00 
    LA PLATA FAMILY CENTERS CO.DHS JAN 2021 CONTRACT TANF 2,212.45 
    LABSOURCE, INC.JAIL-DISPOSABLE GLOVES 1,514.70 
    LARRY WALTONFINANCE-REIMB. PRINTER INK 25.16 
    LAW ENFORCEMENT SYSTEMSACSO-ABANDONED VEHICLE LABELS 92.00 
    LEDS, LLC.CLERK-LABELS FOR RECEPTION 208.52 
    LEGAL AND LIABILITY RISK ACSO-FIRST LINE SUPERVISION 295.00 
    LEGAL SHIELDEMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTIONS 156.42 
    M&M CONSTRUCTION SERVICESDISP-CONCRETE GENERATOR SLAB 7,125.00 
    MARY ANN FOUTZDHS REIMBURSE COMPUTER CABLES 13.94 
    MEDICAL AIR SERVICES ASSOC.EMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTIONS 554.00 
    MHQ OF NEW MEXICOFLEET-PARTS 183.00 
    MIA ANSTINEACSO-CHP RENEWAL REFUND 37.00 
    MITCHELL & COMPANY, LLC.IT-CONSULTING 459.25 
    MITZI HOPPERACSO-DET REIMB INMATE MED 10.40 
    MOBILE JODHS CW SCREENING 200.00 
    MOREHART MURPHY REGIONAL FLEET-REPAIRS & PARTS 1,206.12 
    MOUNTAIN HOME SOUND OEM-2 ACCESS DOORS 3,669.93 
    MOUNTAIN PIZZA AND TAPROOMCOMMISS-2021 SMALL BUS GRANT 7,000.00 
    MSC INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO.FLEET-TOOLS & SUPPLIES 459.83 
    MUD SHAVER CAR WASHFLEET-CAR WASHES 282.06 
    MUNIREVS INC.PLNG-VRBO SOFTWARE FEB & MARCH 4,230.00 
    NAVAJO TRAIL RENTAL CENTERAIRPORT/FLEET-CUTTING EDGES 418.00 
    NM HUMAN SERVICES DEPT.EMPLOYEE GARNISHMENT 46.16 
    NUNN CONSTRUCTION, INC.COURTS-CONSTRUCTION PAYMENTS 930,714.22 
    OFFICE DEPOT INC.COUNTY-OFFICE SUPPLIES 1,031.34 
    ORKIN, LLC.B&G-PEST CONTROL 95.00 
    PAGOSA AREA WATER & SANIT.COUNTY WATER & SEWER 1,027.59 
    PAGOSA BAKING COMPANY LLC.COMMISS-2021 SMALL BUS GRANT 5,000.00 
    PAGOSA LAKES PROPERTY PROPERTY OWNER’S DUES 1,855.00 
    PAGOSA ROOTERB&G-CH MAIN SEWER INSPECTION 405.00 
    PAGOSA SPARKLES CLEANING DHS SEA FUNDS DEEP CLEANING 240.00 
    PAGOSA SPRINGS CHAMBER ACSO-2021 MEMBERSHIP 150.00 
    PAGOSA SPRINGS MEDICAL CTR.ACSO-INMATE MED CLEARANCE 15,610.00 
    PARKER’S WORKPLACE ACSO-ADMIN-FURNITURE 959.96 
    PARTS PLUS OF NEW MEXICOFLEET-PARTS & SUPPLIES 1,754.83 
    PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL DHS 1ST QTR. POSTAGE LEASE 449.61 
    POSTMASTERCLERK-BOX RENT BOX 2589 284.00 
    POWER SOURCE MARTIAL ARTSDHS FEB, MAR, APR  TAEKWONDO 1 195.00 
    PRO SHED, LLC.SW-LANDFILL OFFICE BALANCE 10,428.50 
    PROFORCE LAW ENFORCEMENTACSO-TASER CARTRIDGES 754.25 
    PSYCHOLOGICAL DIMENSIONSACSO-PSYCH TESTING 350.00 
    PUEBLO COMMUNITY COLLEGEACSO-TUITION 8,126.43 
    REYNOLDS ASH & ASSOCIATESCOURTS FACILITY ADMIN 6,500.00 
    RIO BLANCO BACKFLOWB&G-DETENTION-BACKFLOW TEST 302.50 
    ROCKY MOUNTAIN RESERVEHR-COBRA MANAGEMENT 75.00 
    ROCKY MOUNTAIN WIRELESS DISPATCH-DISPLAY CLOCK 896.38 
    ROXANNE LATTINACSO-REIMB FOR HOTEL FORCE TRNG. 1,035.30 
    RS ELECTRICB&G-LIGHTING REPAIRS 448.50 
    SELPH’S PROPANER&B-BOTTLE PLANT GAS 5.04 
    SHAMROCK FOODS COMPANYJAIL-FOOD & SUPPLIES 8,278.31 
    SIRCHIEACSO-SUPPLIES 520.20 
    SOURCE OFFICE & TECHNOLOGYCOUNTY-OFFICE SUPPLIES 238.30 
    SOUTHERN COLORADO COMM.DHS TANF CONTRACT JAN 2021 3,590.79 
    SOUTHWEST GASES, LTD.FLEET-GASSES 274.00 
    STATE OF COLORADO (IDS)CLERKS-RENEWALS 1,096.50 
    STATE OF COLORADO JUDICIALACSO-FAMILY FRIENDLY SURCHARGE 50.00 
    SUMMIT SUPPLY CORP. FLEET-PARTS & SUPPLIES 49.00 
    SUTTON AUTOMOTIVEFLEET-REPAIRS 2,289.90 
    SYMBOLARTSACSO-BADGES 1,349.50 
    TEQUILA’SCOMMISS-2021 SMALL BUS GRANT 7,000.00 
    TERRY’S ACE HARDWARECOUNTY-SUPPLIES 86.76 
    THE BODY SHOP TOTAL FITNESSCOMMISS-2021 SMALL BUS GRANT 3,500.00 
    THE BUCK STOPS HERE LLC.COMMISS-2021 SMALL BUS GRANT 7,000.00 
    THE PAGOSA SPRINGS SUN COUNTY ADVERTISING 885.82 
    THE PONDEROSA LUMBER CO.COUNTY-SUPPLIES 407.16 
    THOMSON REUTERS – WESTATTY-SUBSCRIPTION FEB 473.71 
    TONYA M. HAMILTONCORONER-CORONER ON CALL 100.00 
    TOWN OF PAGOSA SPRINGSCTY WATER & SEWER/GEO DHS-BANNER 1,785.40 
    TURN KEY HEALTH CLINICSJAIL-MEDICAL FEBRUARY 15,250.08 
    TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC.FINANCE-SECURE SIGNATURE 138.00 
    UMB BANK, N.A.EMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTIONS 463.52 
    UNITED REPROGRAPHIC SUPPLYCLERKS-OCE LEASE 135.00 
    VALE-VICTIM ASSISTANCEACSO-SURCHARGES 500.00 
    VAL’S VIP CLEANING LLC.COUNTY CLEANING 6,501.50 
    VERIZON WIRELESSBLDG.-IPAD DATA 45.16 
    VISIONARY COMMUNICATIONS COUNTY INTERNET & INTRANET 3,505.40 
    WADLEY CAPITAL INVESTMENTSCOMMISS-2021 SMALL BUS GRANT 3,500.00 
    WAGNER EQUIPMENT CO.FLEET-PARTS 266.69 
    WEAVER CONSULTANTS GROUP SW-LANDFILL CONSULTING 7,700.00 
    WESTERN PAPER DISTRIBUTORSJAIL-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 1,282.74 
    WESTERN TECHNOLOGIES INC.COURTS FACILITY ENGINEERING 4,150.00 
    WPL TRANSPORTATION HOLDINGFLEET-SHIPPING 23.50 
    XYBIX SYSTEMS, INC.DISPATCH-NEW FURNISHINGS 37,568.00 
    EXTENSION CHECKINGBANK FEES 5.00 
    WELLS FARGO BANKBANKING FEES 3,004.56 
    WELLS FARGO PURCHASE CARDLDG/FUEL/MEALS/SUPPLIES/EQUIP/MISC.  14,381.14 
     1,832,340.34