EL PASO COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION

MAY 15, 2007 - Beginning at 9:00 A.M.

A G E N D A

NOTE: The County Planning Commission meeting is held 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 the Regular Meeting held April 17, 2007.

2. Report Items

3. Consent Items
A.
MS-07-001
MINOR SUBDIVISION
ST. DOMINIC'S CATHOLIC CHURCH

Kim Dimmett

Request by the Diocese of Colorado and the Larson Group for approval of a two lot Minor Subdivision. The proposed site consists of 14.31 acres in the A-5 (Agricultural) District (formally A-1). The property is located adjacent to Highway 85-87 South and will be the site of the future, 29,000 square foot St. Dominic's Catholic Church. (Schedule No. 65113-00-006)

REGULAR ITEMS:
4.
PUD-07-001
REZONING: SITE SPECIFIC PUD
HOMESTEAD AT ROLLING HILLS RANCH

Mike Garrott

Request by CS Investments LLC to rezone 288.6 acres from PUD (Planned Unit Development) District to a more specific PUD District with a Site Specific Development Plan for Homestead at Rolling Hills Ranch. The plan includes 656 residential lots, school site, parks and open spaces. The property is generally located east of Marksheffel Road and north of Bradley Road. (Schedule No. 55000-00-286)

5.
SP-07-001
PRELIMINARY PLAN
HOMESTEAD AT ROLLING HILLS RANCH

Mike Garrott

A request by CS Investments LLC for approval of a Preliminary Plan for the Homestead at Rolling Hills Ranch Subdivision, consisting of approximately 288.6 acres, proposed for 656 residential lots, school site, parks and open spaces. The property is zoned PUD (Planned Unit) Development and is generally located east of Marksheffel Road and north of Bradley Road.
Assessor's Tax Schedule #55000-00-286.

6.
SP-07-005
PRELIMINARY PLAN
PATRIOT VILLAGE

Mike Garrott

Request by Fountain Mutual Metropolitan District and St. Andrews Homes for approval of the 11.76-acre Patriot Village Preliminary Plan to allow for 98 residential units. The property is generally located ¼ mile southeast of the intersection of Bradley Road and Hancock Expressway. (Schedule No. 65122-00-001, 65122-00-011)

7.
SF-07-003
FINAL PLAT
PATRIOT VILLAGE

Mike Garrott

Request by Fountain Mutual Metropolitan District and St. Andrews Homes for approval of the 11.76-acre Patriot Village Final Plat to allow for 98 residential units. The property is generally located ¼ mile southeast of the intersection of Bradley Road and Hancock Expressway. (Schedule No. 65122-00-001, 65122-00-011)

8.
ID-07-002
SPECIAL DISTRICT SERVICE PLAN
EDISON FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT

Carl Schueler

A request by the Edison Volunteer Fire Department for approval of a service plan precedent to formation of a fire protection district which would include the area presently served on a volunteer basis. The proposed district shares territory with Pueblo and Lincoln Counties and within El Paso County is coterminous with the Edison School District. The property is generally located in the southeast quadrant of the County. Numerous Tax Schedule Numbers.

9. Falcon/ Peyton Small Area Master Plan Update - Carl Schueler


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.