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  Building and real estate update
  By Lindsey Harrison

   The Reserve at Corral Bluffs
   The El Paso County Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved the preliminary acceptance of certain streets within The Reserve at Corral Bluffs Filing No. 2 subdivision into the EPC road maintenance system. All public improvements have been completed and inspected.
   
   The commissioners also unanimously approved the preliminary releases of a letter of credit for $104,071.60 for public improvements in the same filing. All work has been completed and inspected.
   
   Meridian Ranch
   The BOCC unanimously approved a request by Meridian Ranch Investments Inc. to rezone 251 acres from a conceptual planned unit development to a site specific PUD for the Rolling Hills Ranch Filing Nos. 1-3 subdivision in Meridian Ranch. The request also included a preliminary plan to create 725 single-family residential lots, rights-of-way, open space and utility tracts on 139.097 acres of that rezoned area. The property is located west of Eastonville Road at the easternmost end of Rex Road and west of the Falcon Regional Park and included within the boundaries of the Falcon/Peyton Small Area Master Plan.
   
   Retreat at TimberRidge
   The commissioners unanimously approved a request by TimberRidge Development Group LLC, for the final plat to create 70 single-family residential lots, rights-of-way, six open space tracts for trails and drainage and public utilities on 72.4 acres in the Retreat at TimberRidge Filing No. 1 subdivision. The property, zoned PUD, is located north of the future extension of Briargate/Stapleton Parkway, south of Arroya Lane and east of Vollmer Road and included within the boundaries of the Black Forest Preservation Plan.
   
   The Ranch Metropolitan District
   The BOCC approved a request by PRI #4 LLC for a Colorado Revised Statutes Title 32 Special District service plan for the Ranch Metropolitan District in a 4-1 vote with Longinos Gonzalez, representative for District 4, opposed. The property is located north of Woodmen Road, south of Stapleton Drive and east of Raygor Road, with a total of 610 acres. 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.
   
   Falcon Fire Protection District
   The commissioners unanimously approved a request by the Falcon Fire Protection District for a subdivision exemption to create a 5.424-acre parcel to construct a fire station on property zoned PUD, located at the northwest corner of the Highway 24 and Old Meridian Road intersection. The property is included within the boundaries of the Falcon/Peyton Small Area Master Plan.
   
   Mountain View Electric Association substation
   The BOCC unanimously approved a request by Mountain View Electric Association Inc, for a subdivision exemption to create a 5-acre parcel for an electrical substation in the Sterling Ranch subdivision. The property is zoned residential rural-5 and is located about 1.27 miles northeast of the Woodmen Road and Mohawk Road intersection, at the northernmost end of Mohawk Road.
   
   Woodmen Hills Metropolitan District water storage tank
   The commissioners unanimously approved a request by Woodmen Hills Metropolitan District for a subdivision exemption to create a 1.47-acre parcel for a public water storage stank. The property, zoned RR-5, is located on the south side of Arroya Lane, about 0.5 miles east of Vollmer Road and is included within the boundaries of the Black Forest Preservation Plan.
  
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