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  Building and real estate update
  By Lindsey Harrison

   Falcon Park N Ride project
   The El Paso County Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution to recognize $3,142,661 in federal funding for the road and bridge 2020 budget and the Falcon Park N Ride project. The project budget also includes $653,281 in a local funding match, bringing the total project budget to $3,795,942. The Park N Ride is located near the intersection of Old Meridian Road and Highway 24. The project includes construction of the Park N Ride facility, extension of New Meridian Road from Highway 24 to Falcon Highway and improvements to the intersections of Old Meridian and New Meridian roads where they meet with Highway 24.
   
   McLaughlin/Old Meridian Road Roundabout project
   The BOCC unanimously approved a construction contract and purchase order to Kiewit Infrastructure Co. for construction of the McLaughlin and Old Meridian Road Roundabout for $5,261,980. The project includes reconstructing New Meridian Road from Highway 24 up to and including the Rolling Thunder intersection, constructing a new single-lane roundabout at the McLaughlin Road/Old Meridian Road intersection, upgrading the Old Meridian Road cross-section toward Highway 24, constructing pedestrian facilities and providing drainage improvements.
   
   Woodmen Hills subdivision
   The commissioners unanimously approved the full release of a letter of credit for grading and erosion control in the Courtyards at Woodmen Hills subdivision for $1,585,021.70. This letter of credit was for the preliminary plan and is being replaced with a letter of credit for the projectís final plat.
   
   Briargate Parkway/Stapleton Road Corridor project
   The BOCC unanimously approved a purchase order to Wilson & Company to provide traffic engineering and transportation planning services for the Briargate Parkway/Stapleton Road Corridor project for $409,080. The project is part of a larger transportation corridor system providing connectivity with Interstate 25 to the north and south by creating an east-west corridor from Black Forest Road to Meridian Road. The available funding is only for the planning and design phases of the project.
   
   Walden Preserve subdivision
   The EPC Planning Commission unanimously approved a request by Walden Holding I LLC for the final plat for the Walden Preserve 2 Filing No. 4 subdivision. The final plat includes 23 single-family lots with a minimum lot size of 1 acre; 18.16 acres for utilities, drainage and recreation; and 3 acres of rights-of-way. The total acreage of the parcel is 134.05-acre, zoned planned unit development, and is located east of Highway 83, south of Walker Road, north of Hodgen Road and north of the Pond View Place and Walden Way/Timber Meadow Drive intersection. It is included within the boundaries of the Black Forest Preservation Plan.
   
   Walker Reserve subdivision
   The PC unanimously approved a request by Alessi and Associates, on behalf of G3 Investments Inc., for a minor subdivision to create three lots, measuring 5.10 acres, 5.12 acres and 28.52 acres, on a 40.77 acre parcel zoned residential rural-5. The remaining 1.81 acres will be dedicated as rights-of-way. The property is located about 1 mile east of Highway 83, .25 miles north of Walker Road and is included within the boundaries of the Black Forest Preservation Plan.
  
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