County Home|ADA|Roads|News Releases|Organizational Chart|Index of Services|Volunteer Boards|About El Paso County|Contact Us
Board of County Commissioners
Tuesday Current Agenda

Board of County Commissioners (“BOCC”) Meeting
Tuesday, October 04, 2016 9:00 AM
Centennial Hall Auditorium
200 S. Cascade Avenue, Colorado Springs, Colorado


Call to Order.

1.  Invocation.

2.  Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America.

3.  Staff Emergency Items.

4.  Changes/Postponements/Notice of Next Meeting.

5.  Comments by Elected Officials and Commissioner Liaison Report(s).

6.  Community Service Organization Reports.

7.  Consent Calendar:

a.  Resolution to approve a non-exclusive permanent easement for the Fountain Sanitation District. (Tim Wolken - Executive Director, Community Services Department/Jason Meyer - Project Manager, Community Services Department)

8.  Called-Up Consent Calendar.

Land Use Regular Items:

9.  SPECIAL DISTRICT SERVICE PLAN - MEADOWBROOK CROSSING METROPOLITAN DISTRICT - (a quasi-judicial matter before the Board of County Commissioners) - A request by Meadowbrook Crossing, LLC, for approval of a Colorado Revised Statutes Title 32 Special District service plan for the Meadowbrook Crossing Metropolitan District.  The 32.84 acre proposed district service area is located north and west of the intersections of Meadowbrook Parkway and State Highway 94 approximately 0.10 miles northwest of the intersection of State Highway 94 and US Highway 24. The service plan proposes the following: a maximum debt authorization of $10 million, a debt mill levy of 35 mills, and an operations and maintenance mill levy of 5 mills.  The proposed district is not included within the boundaries of a small area master plan.  (54080-00-050) (ID-16-003) (Raimere Fitzpatrick - Project Manager/Planner II, Planning and Community Development Department)

10.  MAP AMENDMENT (REZONE) - THE SANDS RESIDENTIAL - (a quasi-judicial matter before the Board of County Commissioners) - A request by the Babcock Land Corporation and Lorson South Land Corporation for approval of a map amendment (rezone) of 85.91 acres from I-3 (Heavy Industrial) to RS-5000 (Residential Suburban). The property is located at the northeast corner of the intersection of Marksheffel Road and Constitution Avenue. (Parcel Nos.53000-00-637, 53000-00-638 and 53000-00-675) (P-16-002) (Raimere Fitzpatrick - Project Manager/Planner II, Planning and Community Development Department)

11.  MAP AMENDMENT (REZONE) - THE SANDS COMMERCIAL - (a quasi-judicial matter before the Board of County Commissioners) - A request by Babcock Land Corporation for approval of a map amendment (rezone) of 10.786 acres from I-3 (Heavy Industrial) to CS (Commercial Service). The property is located at the northeast intersection of Marksheffel Road and Constitution Avenue. (Parcel Nos. 53000-00-638 and 53000-00-675) (CS-16-001) (Raimere Fitzpatrick - Project Manager/Planner II, Planning and Community Development Department)

12.  A REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF AN APPEAL BY BABCOCK LAND CORPORATION OF THE DENIAL OF DEVIATIONS  BY THE ENGINEERING CRITERIA MANUAL ADMINISTRATOR ASSOCIATED WITH THE SANDS COMMERCIAL MAP AMENDMENT (REZONING) - (a quasi-judicial matter before the Board of County Commissioners) - Appeal of an administrative decision to deny deviations to the access spacing standards of the El Paso County Engineering Criteria Manual (2015) requiring one-half mile spacing access locations on urban principal arterial roadways. (APP-16-006) (Raimere Fitzpatrick - Project Manager/Planner II, Planning and Community Development Department)

13  SPECIAL DISTRICT SERVICE PLAN - THE SANDS METROPOLITAN DISTRICTS - (a quasi-judicial matter before the Board of County Commissioners) - A request by Eagle Development Company for approval of a Colorado Revised Statutes Title 32 Special District service plan for the Sands Metropolitan Districts No. 1 through No. 4.  The 124.276 acre proposed districts’ service area is comprised of two separate and discontiguous territories, the first being located at the northeast corner of the intersection of Constitution Avenue and Marksheffel Boulevard and the second being located at the northern boundary of US Highway 24 and the intersection of Meadowbrook Parkway. The multiple district with control district service plan proposes the following: a maximum debt authorization of $28,540,103, a debt mill levy of 50 mills, an operations and maintenance mill levy of 10 mills, and proposed special purpose mill levy for covenant enforcement and design review of 5 mills. The proposed District is not included within the boundaries of a small area master plan.  (Parcel Nos. 54080-00-051, 53000-00-675, 53000-00-637, and 53000-00-638) (ID-16-004) (Raimere Fitzpatrick - Project Manager/Planner II, Planning and Community Development Department)

_____________________________

14.  Resolution to Approve El Paso County Assessment of Fair Housing. (Nicola Sapp - CFAO, Administration and Financial Services /DeAnne McCann - Division Manager, Economic Development)

15.  Department and Committee Reports/Non Action Items.

16.  Addendum.

17.  Public comment on items not scheduled on the agenda.

18.  Executive Session.


Adjourn.


NOTES:

BOCC meeting agendas, backup materials and meeting results as well as archived agendas and audio recordings are available free of charge on the County's website at http://bcc2.elpasoco.com/bocc/agenda.asp.  Backup materials for agenda items may be publicly viewed in the Reader’s file located in the Office of the BOCC.

Audio recordings of Non-Action Public Meetings (Work Sessions, etc.) are also available free of charge on the County’s website at http://bcc2.elpasoco.com/bocc/agenda.asp.  

The live audio/video may be accessed at http://bcc2.elpasoco.com/Audio/default.asp.

The BOCC may recess for lunch if consideration of agenda items extends beyond the morning session.  A time to reconvene and complete discussion of the scheduled items will be announced.

Audio and audio/video copies of the record may be purchased by contacting the El Paso County Clerk & Recorder’s Office at (719) 520-6430.