EL PASO COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION

FEBRUARY 19, 2008 - 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. Report Items - Mark Gebhart

2. Consent Items

A. Minutes of the Regular Meeting held January 15, 2008

B.
AL-07-019
SPECIAL USE
FOUNTAIN VALLEY ANIMAL HOSPITAL
Tony Deconinck

Request by Sheila Schaffer (applicant) on behalf of Galley Road Partnership (owner) for a Special Use for a proposed animal hospital in this existing 7,600 square foot building, addressed as 311 Main Street. The one-half acre site is in the CC (Commercial Community) Zone District and is located approximately 350 feet northeast of the intersection of Main Street and Security Boulevard. The property is not within a comprehensive planning area. (Schedule No. 65114-16-020)

C.
PUD-07-008
REZONING: A-35 TO PUD
APEX RANCH ESTATES LLC

Mike Garrott

Request by Apex Ranch Estates LLC to rezone approximately 128 acres from A-35 (Agricultural) District to the PUD (Planned Unit Development) District. The proposal includes a maximum of 25 single-family residential lots. The property is generally located north of Sweet Road and east of Elbert Road. (Schedule No. 41220-00-006) (PUD-07-008) (Mike Garrott)

D.
SP-07-013
PRELIMINARY PLAN
APEX RANCH ESTATES SUBDIVISION
Mike Garrott

Request by Apex Ranch Estates LLC for approval of the Apex Ranch Estates Subdivision Preliminary Plan on approximately 128 acres to allow for 25 single-family residential lots. The property is generally located north of Sweet Road and east of Elbert Road. (Schedule No. 41220-00-006)

E.
SF-07-017
FINAL PLAT
THE GLEN AT WIDEFIELD FILING #6
Carol Weber

Request by Glen Investment Group Nos. V and VII, and Widefield Homes, Inc., for final plat approval of The Glen at Widefield Filing #6. The proposed 65.221 acre subdivision is in the PUD (Planned Unit Development) zone district. The subdivision includes 245 single-family lots with an average lot size of approximately 8,449 square feet. The property is located approximately ½ mile south of the intersection of Fontaine Boulevard and Powers Boulevard, and about 1,600 feet east of Powers Boulevard, within the proposed Fountain Valley Comprehensive Planning area. Approval includes authorization for the Chair to sign the plat, Subdivision Improvement Agreement, Detention Pond Maintenance Agreement, Private Detention Basin / Permanent BMP Maintenance Agreement (Schedule Nos. Part of # 55214-00-004, 55210-00-014, 55281-00-001, and 55280-00-015)

F.
P-07-007
REZONING: A-35 TO RR-5
CREWS CORNER SUBDIVISION FILING NO. 1

Carol Weber

A request by Nathan C. and Wendy L. Crews, for approval to rezone 65.258 acres from A-35 (Agricultural) zone district to RR-5 (Residential Rural) Zone District for development of the Crews Corner Subdivision Filing No. 1, a two (2) lot single family residential development. The property is located approximately one mile east of Calhan Hwy, approximately ¼ mile north of Funk Road, on the west side of Paint Mine Road and is not within a comprehensive planning area. (Schedule Nos. 12000-00-323 and 12000-00-324)

G.
MS-07-009
MINOR SUBDIVISION
CREWS CORNER SUBDIVISION FILING 1

Carol Weber

Request by Nathan C. and Wendy L. Crews for Final Plat approval of the Crews Corner Subdivision Filing No. 1. The proposed 65.258-acre subdivision is in the proposed RR-5 (Residential Rural) District. A rezone application is running concurrently with this application. The subdivision includes two single-family lots with a minimum lot size of 30.054 acres. The property is located approximately one mile east of Calhan Highway, approximately ¼ mile north of Funk Road, on the west side of Paint Mine Road and is not within a comprehensive planning area. (Schedule Nos. 12000-00-323 and 12000-00-324)

REGULAR ITEMS:

4.
PUD-07-015
REZONING: RS-5000 AND CC TO PUD
CS INVESTMENTS III, LLC
Mike Garrott

Request by CS Investments III, LLC to rezone 80.492 acres from RS-5000 (Residential Suburban) and CC (Community Commercial) Districts to a PUD (Planned Unit Development) District. The proposal includes 14.92 acres of commercial, and 58.05 acres of future development tracts. The property is located north of Academy Boulevard, west of Interstate 25 and south of B Street. (Schedule No. 65044-00-010)

5.
SP-07-017
PRELIMINARY PLAN
SOUTH ACADEMY STATION PHASE I
Mike Garrott

Request by CS Investments III, LLC for Preliminary Plan approval of approximately 80.492 acres to allow for 14.92 acres of commercial, and 58.05 acres of future development tracts. The property is located north of Academy Boulevard, west of Interstate 25 and south of B Street. (Schedule No. 65044-00-010)

6.
SF-07-023
FINAL PLAT
SOUTH ACADEMY STATION FILING #1

Mike Garrott

Request by CS Investments III, LLC, for Final Plat approval of approximately 80.492 acres to allow for one commercial lot, future development tracts and open space buffers. The property is located north of Academy Boulevard, west of Interstate 25 and south of B Street. (Schedule No. 65044-00-010)


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.