Volume No. 17 Issue No. 5 May 2020  



  Building and real estate update
  By Lindsey Harrison

     Hyatt property
   The El Paso County Board of County Commissioners approved a request by Mark and Angelina Hyatt for a special use permit for extended family housing in a 3-2 vote, with commissioners Longinos Gonzalez and Holly Williams opposed. The property, zoned agricultural 35, is located on the north side of Judge Orr Road, about 0.62 miles east of the Judge Orr Road and Highway 24 intersection. The permit allows the applicant to use an existing 1,216 square-foot mobile home located on the property as the accessory living quarters for continuous occupancy.
   
   Pine View Estates
   The commissioners unanimously approved a request by Alice Jolene Owens for the rezoning of 38.8 acres from the A-35 zoning district to the residential rural 5 zoning district. The property, located about 3,000 feet northwest of the Hopper Road and Ranch Hand Road intersection, is included within the Falcon/Peyton Small Area Master Plan.
   
   Meridian Service Metropolitan District
   The BOCC unanimously approved a request for a license agreement with Meridian Ranch Metropolitan District to install a sanitary bypass sewer line along the Rock Island Regional Trail. The license allows MRMS to complete the installation and provide continued maintenance of the sewer line, which is located within property owned by EPC. The line will not be directly installed under the trail, and MRMS is providing a $3,125 fee in exchange for the license.
   
   Falcon Regional Park
   The commissioners unanimously approved a grant agreement with Great Outdoors Colorado and recognized revenue and expenditures for $365,500 for the Falcon Regional Park Improvement project. The project includes upgrades to the existing multi-purpose field and construction of a restroom, parking lot, playground, equestrian trailhead and baseball field.
   
   Falcon Marketplace
   The BOCC unanimously approved an easement and special warranty deed agreement with the Woodmen Hills West Homeowners Association for a right-of-way and drainage improvements related to the Falcon Marketplace final plat.
   
   Homestead at Sterling Ranch
   The EPC planning commission unanimously approved a request by SR Land LLC for the final plat of the Homestead at Sterling Ranch Filing No. 2 subdivision to create 104 single-family lots and three tracts for open space, drainage, public utilities and rights-of-way. The 29.68-acre property is zoned residential suburban 5000 and located south of the future extension of Briargate Parkway/Stapleton Road, east of Vollmer Road. It is located within the boundaries of the Falcon/Peyton Small Area Plan and the Black Forest Preservation Plan.
   
   Bent Grass
   The PC unanimously approved a request by Challenger Communities LLC for the final plat for the Bent Grass Residential Filing No. 2 subdivision to create 178 single-family lots and 13 tracts for open space, drainage, public utilities and rights-of-way. The 68.55-acre property is zoned planned unit development and is located 0.25 miles north of Woodmen Road, east of Golden Sage Road and west of Meridian Road. It is located within the boundaries of the Falcon/Peyton Small Area Plan.
   
   Falcon Field
   The planning commission unanimously approved a request by Falcon Field LLC to rezone 57.67 acres from RR-5 to the commercial regional zoning district. The property is located on the southeast side of the Highway 24 and Woodmen Road intersection and within the boundaries of the Falcon/Peyton Small Area Master Plan.
 
 
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