Volume No. 15 Issue No. 9 September 2018  



  Building and real estate update
  By Lindsey Harrison

     Liberty Tree Academy
   The El Paso County planning commissioners unanimously approved a request by Liberty Tree Academy to allow for the location of a public charter school on Eastonville Road, about one-quarter-mile northeast of the intersection with Meridian Ranch Boulevard.
   
   Meridian Ranch
   The planning commissioner unanimously approved a request by GTL Inc., for the final plat of Winding Walk at Meridian Ranch Filing No. 1. The final plat, zoned planned unit development, creates 345 single-family residential lots on 113.9 acres and is located at the northwest corner of the Eastonville Road and Stapleton Drive intersection. The parcel is within the boundaries of the Falcon/Peyton Small Area Master Plan.
   
   Paint Brush Hills
   The EPC Board of County Commissioners approved the preliminary acceptance of certain streets within Paint Brush Hills Filing 13B, 13C and 13D subdivisions into the EPC road maintenance system. The total miles of county maintained roads increases from 2,193.78 to 2,196.07 miles. All public improvements in each filing have been completed and inspected.
   
   The commissioners approved the final release of a letter of credit for public improvements of the Paint Brush Hills Metropolitan District administration building for $3,906.40. All improvements have been completed and inspected.
   
   Fox Run Regional Park
   The BOCC approved a purchase order for $29,983 to Alfred Benesch & Co. for the complete design, specifications and construction management to repair the gazebo at Fox Run Regional Park.
   
   Reserve at Corral Bluffs
   The commissioners approved a request by Corral Ranches Development Co. for the final plat of a 33.12-acre parcel, zoned residential rural 5 to create six single-family residential lots and 2.89 acres of right-of-way. The property is located north of Highway 94, south of Blaney Road, east of Meridian Road and west of Hoofbeat Road; and is within the boundaries of the Highway 94 Comprehensive Plan planning area. The request also includes the second phase of the approved Reserve at Corral Bluffs preliminary plan. Water and wastewater services will be provided by individual well owners and onsite wastewater treatment systems.
   
   Largent subdivision
   The BOCC approved a request by D and D Management LLC, for the final plat to create one commercial lot on 1.22 acres, including a .05-acre tract to be dedicated to EPC for the future North Meridian Road right-of-way. The property is zoned commercial community and located at the southeast corner of the Meridian Road and Highway 24 intersection. It is located within the Falcon/Peyton Small Area Plan.
   
   EPC Land Development Code
   The commissioners unanimously approved a request by the El Paso County Planning and Community Development Department to amend the EPC land development code to eliminate the beneficial use agreement. This agreement allowed a landowner and the county to establish limitations and conditions whereby waste tires may be utilized in the construction of a fence.
   
   The request also included an amendment to allow caretakersí quarters within the recreational vehicle park zoning district.
 
 
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