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  Building and real estate update
  By Lindsey Harrison

  • The El Paso County Planning Commission unanimously approved a request by Meridian Ranch Investments Inc. to rezone the Rolling Hills Ranch Filings No.1-3 subdivision from a conceptual planned unit development to a site-specific PUD. The new PUD would create 725 single family residential lots, rights-of-way, open space and utility tracts on 139.097 acres. The applicant also requested the PUD be approved as the preliminary plan. The property is located west of Eastonville Road at the easternmost end of Rex Road, west of the Falcon Regional Park and included within the boundaries of the Falcon/Peyton Small Area Master Plan.
  • The planning commission unanimously approved a request by PRI #4 LLC for a Colorado Revised Statutes Title 32 Special District service plan with a multiple district configuration for the Ranch Metropolitan District Nos.1-4 for property located north of Woodmen Road, south of Stapleton Drive and east of Raygor Road. The service plan includes a maximum debt authorization of $43 million, a total maximum combined mill levy of 65 mills and the statutory purposes of the district. Statutory purposes include street improvements and safety protection; design, construction and maintenance of drainage facilities; design and land acquisition, construction and maintenance of recreation facilities; mosquito control; design, acquisition, construction, installation, operation and maintenance of television relay and translation facilities; covenant enforcement; and design, construction and maintenance of public water and sanitation systems. The property is located within the Falcon/Peyton Small Area Master Plan and the Black Forest Preservation Plan.
  • The PC unanimously approved a request by the Falcon Fire Protection District for approval of a location to construct a new fire station. The two parcels, totaling 6.85 acres, are zoned PUD and are located at the northwest corner of the Highway 24 and Old Meridian Road intersection. A concurrent application is under review for a subdivision exemption to create a 5.424-acre parcel on which the proposed fire station would be constructed. The application states the proposed station will be 8,382-square-feet and manned 24 hours a day. The existing station will be remodeled into an administrative office building for the fire district. The parcels are located within the Falcon/Peyton Small Area Master Plan. This item will not be forwarded to the EPC Board of County Commissioners; the PCs approval is final.
  • The planning commission unanimously approved a request by TimberRidge Development Group LLC, for the final plat for the Retreat at TimberRidge Filing No. 1 subdivision to create and develop 75 single-family lots, rights-of-way, six open space tracts for trails, a monument sign, drainage and public utilities on 72.42 acres. The property, zoned PUD, is located north of the future extension of the Briargate-Stapleton Parkway, south of Arroya Lane and east of Vollmer Road. It is located within the boundaries of the Black Forest Preservation Plan.
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