EL PASO COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION
May 4, 2010 - 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.

NOTES: 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 - Elaine Kleckner

2. Consent Items

A. Minutes of the Regular Meeting March 16, 2010

B. CR-09-001 DOSSEY

REZONE
PARKWAY COMMERCIAL CENTER

A request by Block 260, LTD, and Hancock Commercial, LLC, for commercial rezone approval. The four (4) parcels, totaling 48.15 acres, are zoned I-2 (Limited Industrial District) and I-3 (Heavy Industrial) and are located at the southwest corner of the Drennan Road and Hancock Expressway intersection. The applicant is proposing to rezone the parcels from I-2 (Limited Industrial District) and I-3 (Heavy Industrial District) to CR (Commercial Regional District). The parcels are not included within a comprehensive plan area. (Schedule Nos. 65020-00-068, 65020-00-122, 65020-00-123, and 65020-00-118) (CR-09-001)

C. SP-09-002 DOSSEY

PRELIMINARY PLAN
PARKWAY COMMERCIAL CENTER

A request by Block 260, LTD, and Hancock Commercial, LLC, for preliminary plan approval. The property is currently zoned I-2 (Limited Industrial District) and I-3 (Heavy Industrial District), and proposed to be rezoned to CR (Commercial Regional District) with the concurrent rezoning request. The property is located at the southwest corner of the Drennan Road and Hancock Expressway intersection. The applicant is proposing to subdivide four (4) parcels, totaling 48.15 acres, into two lots and two tracts. The property is not located within a comprehensive plan area. (Schedule Nos. 65020-00-068, 65020-00-122, 65020-00-123 and 65020-00-118) (SP-09-002)

Regular Item

3. CC-10-1 NORMAN

REZONE
DALBY RV & BOAT STORAGE

Request by Richard Dalby on behalf of Sacerdotal Order of Abundant Life, for approval of a rezoning from A-5 (Agricultural District) to CC (Commercial Community District). The 13.9-acre parcel includes three legal lots that have been combined under one tax identification number. The 4.9-acre lot, the subject of this application, is known as Lot 28 of the Templeton Gap Heights Subdivision, Filing 5. This part of the property is zoned A-5 (Agricultural District) and the remaining 9 acres are zoned CC (Community Commercial District). The applicant is proposing to obtain CC zoning and special use approval for the 4.9 acres (Lot 28) to legitimize the existing outdoor RV and boat storage. The property is located west of Powers Boulevard and east of Dublin Boulevard. The property is not located within a comprehensive plan area. (Portion of Schedule No. 63124-13-042) (CC-10-001)

4. AL-10-1 NORMAN

SPECIAL USE
DALBY RV & BOAT STORAGE

Request by Richard Dalby on behalf of Sacerdotal Order of Abundant Life, for special use approval to allow RV and boat storage. The 13.9-acre parcel includes three legal lots that have been combined under one tax identification number. The 4.9-acre lot, the subject of this application, is known as Lot 28 of the Templeton Gap Heights subdivision, Filing 5. This portion of the property is zoned A-5 (Agricultural District) and the remaining 9 acres of the property are zoned CC (Community Commercial District). The applicant is proposing to obtain CC zoning and special use approval for the 4.9 acres (Lot 28) to legitimize the existing outdoor RV and boat storage. The property is located west of Powers Boulevard and east of Dublin Boulevard. The property is not located within a comprehensive plan area. (Portion of Schedule No. 63124-13-042) (AL-10-1)

5. VA-08-006 DOSSEY

VARIANCE OF USE
TEMPLETON GAP ROAD CMRS FACILITY

Request by Delores Schubert for variance of use approval to renew a previously approved variance of use (VA-01-008) for a Commercial Mobile Radio Service (CMRS) facility (100-foot tower). The 9.36-acre lot is zoned A-5 (Agricultural District) and is located one block south of the Woodmen Road and Black Forest Road intersection on the south side of Templeton Gap Road. The property is not included within a comprehensive plan area. (Schedule No. 53070-01-022) (VA-08-006)

6. PUD-07-013 DOSSEY
REZONE
4 WAY RANCH COMMERCIAL

A request by 935 Development, Inc., for Planned Unit Development District rezone approval. The 76.93-acre parcel is zoned PUD (Planned Unit Development District) Zoning and Conceptual Plan and is located north of Judge Orr Road, between Highway 24 and Eastonville Road. The applicant is proposing to rezone the parcel from PUD (Planned Unit Development District) Zoning and Conceptual Plan (ZCP) to PUD (Planned Unit Development District) Development Plan (DP) to allow for the following uses: 200 residential units at a density of 7.2 du/ac; 7,900 square feet of commercial retail; 17,000 square feet of commercial retail/restaurant; 155,100 square feet of general commercial; 51,300 square feet of neighborhood commercial; 53,600 square feet of medical/professional office; 53,000 square feet of office/warehouse and utility; 9.7 acres of open space, and 13.04 acres of right-of-way. The parcel is included within the Falcon/Peyton Small Area Master Plan area. (Schedule No. 42000-00-365) (PUD-07-013)

7. SP-08-009 DOSSEY
PRELIMINARY PLAN AMENDMENT
4 WAY RANCH

Request by 935 Development, Inc., for approval of a preliminary plan amendment. The 49 parcels, totaling 557.41 acres, are zoned PUD (Planned Unit Development District) and is located north of Judge Orr Road, between Highway 24 and Eastonville Road. The applicant is proposing the following amendments to the previously approved 137 single-family residential-lot preliminary plan; 1) eliminate eight (8) residential lots; 2) expand the commercial area southwest of Dumont Drive and Stapleton Drive; 3) create a 7.60-acre professional and medical office lot northwest of Dumont Drive and Stapleton Drive; and 4) relocate the intersection of Manzanares and Dumont Drive a short distance southwest of the original location. The parcels are included within the Falcon/Peyton Comprehensive Plan area. (Schedule Nos. 42000-00-326, 42000-00-366, 42000-00-367, 42000-00-368, 42000-00-349; 42294-01-001 through 42294-01-018; 42294-02-001 and -002; 42321-01-001 and -002; 42321-02-001 through 42321-02-006, 42321-03-001 through 42321-03-010; 42321-04-001; 42322-06-003 and 42322-06-004; and 42322-07-001; 42332-01-001 and -42332-01-002) (SP-08-009)

8. ID-08-002 DOSSEY
CONSOLIDATED SPECIAL DISTRICTS SERVICE PLAN
STERLING RANCH METROPOLITAN DISTRICTS NOS. 1, 2, and 3

A request by Morley-Bentley Investments, LLC, for approval of a consolidated special districts service plan pursuant to Title 32 of the Colorado Revised Statutes. The boundary of the proposed 1,444-acre service area includes those parcels that were incorporated within the approved Sterling Ranch Sketch Plan (SKP-07-007). The proposed Districts are generally located 3/4 of a mile north of Woodmen Road, between Vollmer Road and Banning Lewis Parkway. The Applicant is proposing a maximum debt authorization of $115 million and a maximum combined mill levy of 60 mills. The Districts are proposed to provide public improvements and services, including, but not limited to, central water, wastewater, drainage improvements, transportation improvements, and parks and recreational facilities. The proposed Districts are included within the Black Forest Comprehensive Plan area. (Schedule Nos. 52000-00-081, 52000-00-135, 52000-00-136, 52000-00-231, 52000-00-265, 52280-00-016, 52330-00-001, and 53000-00-173) (ID-08-002)

9. Annual Meeting/ Election of Officers GORGEY
Chair
Vice Chair

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.