EL PASO COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION

FEBRUARY 20, 2007 - Beginning at 9:00 A.M.

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NOTE: The County Planning Commission will conduct the February 20, 2007 meeting in the Hearing Room located on the Second Floor of the Pikes Peak Regional Development Center at
2880 International Circle, Colorado Springs, Colorado
If you need further information, please contact the Development Services Department at
719-520-6300

The Development Services Department Comment Agenda and any Supplemental Packets are automatically incorporated as part of the record unless specific objections are raised at the meeting. The recording is the official record of the proceedings.


NOTE: Any materials used in support of or opposition to a project must be submitted to the Clerk and left as part of the record.


1. Minutes of Regular Meeting held February 6, 2007.

2. Report Items - Mark Gebhart
Update on Falcon/Peyton Small Area Master Plan - Carl Schueler

Consent Items #A through #E were approved
3. Consent Items
A.
SF-06-012
FINAL PLAT
ELLICOTT TOWN CENTER PHASE I
Mike Garrott

Request by Ellicott Springs Land Company, Even-Preisser Investment LLC, Ellicott Springs Development LLC, ETC 1 LP, ETC 2 LP, ETC 3 LP, ETC 4 LP and ETC 5 LP for Final Plat approval of 43.943 acres to allow for the development of 120 residential units, parks and open spaces, Ellicott Town Center Phase I. The property is generally located south of State Highway 94 and west of the existing Log Road, within the Ellicott Valley Planning Area. (Schedule No. 34000-00-259, 260, 349, 350, 351, 352, 353)

B.
PUD-06-012
REZONING: A-1 TO PUD
PAINTED SKY AT WATERVIEW PHASE II

Kim Dimmett

Request by Lennar Colorado & Natural Design Solutions, Inc. to rezone approximately 135.89 acres from the A-1 (Agricultural) District to the PUD (Planned Unit Development) District. The property is located southeast of Powers and Grinnell Street and is not within a comprehensive planning area. (Schedule No. 55000-00-289)

C.
SP-06-022
PRELIMINARY PLAN
PAINTED SKY AT WATERVIEW PHASE II

Kim Dimmett

Request by Lennar Colorado & Natural Design Solutions, Inc. for approval of a Preliminary Plan for Painted Sky at Waterview Phase II. The proposed site consists of approximately 135.89 acres with PUD (Planned Unit Development) District zoning pending. The applicant is proposing 457 dwelling units, or four per acre. The property is located southeast of Powers Boulevard and Grinnell Street and is not within a comprehensive planning area. (Schedule No. 55000-00-289)

D.
MS-06-006
MINOR SUBDIVISION
KNOLLWOOD VILLAGE FILING 1

Kim Dimmett

Request by Copper Knoll Investments, LLC for approval of Knollwood Village Filing 1 Minor Subdivision. The proposed site consists of 21.453 acres in the PBP (Planned Business Park) and RR-3 (Rural Residential) Districts with two lots and a tract (currently Lot 3 on the plans). The property is located at the northeast corner of Knollwood Drive and Highway 105 within the Tri-Lakes Comprehensive Planning Area. (Schedule No. 71132-00-003)

E.
SP-06-013
PRELIMINARY PLAN
DUNCAN RANCH
Kim Dimmett

Request by Gary Wagner and GPG Investments LLC for Preliminary Plan approval of Duncan Ranch. The proposed 253.70-acre subdivision is in the RR-3 (Rural Residential) District. The Preliminary Plan will be finalized in three phases, with the entire project consisting of 39 single-family residences with a minimum lot size of 5 acres. The property is located between U.S. Highway 24 and Murphy Road and between Smith Ranch Road and Log Road, within the Falcon-Peyton Planning Area. (Schedule No. 32000-00-080; 32000-00-253; 32000-00-652)

Item #3.F. has been continued by the applicant until March 20, 2007.
F.
EX-06-004
SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION
FALCON FIRE STATION
Carol Weber

Request by Falcon Fire Protection District for approval of a Subdivision Exemption to create a 2.465-acre parcel to be utilized for the Falcon Fire Department. The property consists of 5.5 acres and is in the RR-3 (Rural Residential) District. The property is located northwest of the Meridian Road and Highway 24 intersection within the Falcon/ Peyton Comprehensive Planning Area. (Schedule No. 53124-00-003)

REGULAR ITEMS:
Item #4 was Approved
4.
MS-06-007
MINOR SUBDIVISION
MERSHON MINOR SUBDIVISION

Kim Dimmett

Request by Robert and Linda Mershon, Owners, and Oliver E. Watts, Consulting Engineer, for approval of Mershon Minor Subdivision. The proposed site consists of 1.32 acres in the F (Forest & Recreation) Zone District. A lot area variance was granted (BOA-02-017) previously. The property is located north of Cherokee Drive and south of Pawnee Road. (Schedule No. 65303-00-025)

Item #5 was Approved
5.
VR-06-018
VACATION/ REPLAT
RODGWICK SUBDIVISION

Carol Weber

Request by Laurel Rogers to vacate and replat Lot 1 of MYF Farm Subdivision into two lots and rename it Rodgwick Subdivision. The property consists of 30.35 acres and is in the RR-3 (Rural Residential) District. The property is located northeast of the intersection of Raygor Road and Arroya Lane within the Black Forest Preservation Plan area. (Schedule No. 52230-04-040)

Item #6 was Continued
6.
SKP-06-005
SKETCH PLAN
SOUTH ACADEMY STATION

Mike Garrott

Request by CS 2005 Investments III, LLC for approval of the South Academy Station Sketch Plan, consisting of 162.4 acres, proposed for 941 residential units, 36 acres of commercial, 18.5 acres of parks and open space and one school site. The property is located north of Academy Boulevard, west of Interstate 25 and south of B Street. Schedule No. 65044-00-010.

Item #7 was Approved
7.
SKP-06-004
SKETCH PLAN
FALCON RESERVE
Kim Dimmett

Request by Morley Companies Family Development for approval of the Falcon Reserve Sketch Plan, a revised portion of Paint Brush Hills Sketch Plan. The proposed project consists of 40 acres, with both single-family residences and townhomes. The property is located at the northwest corner of Meridian Road and Stapleton, within both the Black Forest and Falcon-Peyton Comprehensive Planning Areas. (Schedule No. 52254-00-001)

 

NOTE: For information regarding the Agenda item the Planning Commission is considering, call the Development Services Department for information (520-6300). Visit our Web site - www.elpasoco.com to view the agenda and other information about El Paso County. Results of the action taken by the Planning Commission will be published following the meeting.

(The name to the right of the title indicates the Project Manager/ Planner processing the request.) If the meeting goes beyond noon, the Planning Commission may take a lunch break.