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Project Name
Cherry Springs Ranch Filing 1, Plat Note Modification
Plat note requires closing of access.
6100000498 6100000498
Searle Ranch, Inc.
Peter Patten ( )
(970) 846-9111
Peter Patten ( )
(970) 846-9111
EA Number
File Number
Project Manager
Nina Ruiz
2/13/2019 11:59:50 AM

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Review Comments (17)

Link Agency Comment
PCD Project Manager
4/2/2020 11:20:33 AM
Please note that the deviation request was denied (see attached).

This application is not needed if the secondary access is not permitted. You may still revise the layout of the PUD, but it will need to include a connection from the existing filing into the new area.

Please contact Nina if you wish to discuss this issue further or schedule a conference meeting with engineering staff.
4/2/2020 11:20:33 AM
View PCD Project Manager
4/2/2020 11:17:49 AM
Denied Deviation 4/2/2020 11:17:49 AM
View PCD Project Manager
4/2/2020 11:17:18 AM
LOI Redline 4/2/2020 11:17:18 AM
View PCD Project Manager
4/2/2020 11:16:50 AM
TIS Redline 4/2/2020 11:16:50 AM
View PCD Engineering Division
3/31/2020 11:48:05 AM
See Comment Letter.
also comments on:
Drainage report
Traffic impact study
& Note denied deviation request
Steve Kuehster
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3/31/2020 11:48:05 AM
PCD Project Manager
3/30/2020 4:58:08 PM
Additional redlines and comments will be uploaded upon completion of the PCD engineering review. 3/30/2020 4:58:08 PM
View EPC Parks Department
3/30/2020 3:44:48 PM
El Paso County Community Services / Parks Preliminary Comments - Please See Attached Documents (To be presented to the Park Advisory Board on April 8, 2020) 3/30/2020 3:44:48 PM
View EPC Health Department
3/29/2020 9:19:59 AM
3/29/2020 9:19:59 AM
View Tri-Lakes-Monument Fire Protection District
3/26/2020 12:01:36 PM
Attached JCB 3/26/2020 12:01:36 PM
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
3/23/2020 4:04:49 PM
Enumerations has no comment. 3/23/2020 4:04:49 PM
View Northern EPC Coalition of Community Organizations, Inc. (NEPCO)
3/23/2020 10:18:17 AM
3/23/2020 10:18:17 AM
View Colorado Division of Water Resources
3/23/2020 9:20:18 AM
3/23/2020 9:20:18 AM
Lewis Palmer 38
3/16/2020 6:19:05 PM
Lewis-Palmer School District had no additional comments at this time. 3/16/2020 6:19:05 PM
County Attorney - Development Review
3/11/2020 9:09:40 PM
I'm not sure the submitted Affidavit of Correction is the correct instrument to document removal of the plat note, if approved. Please work with the Project Manager to determine the correct procedure. 3/11/2020 9:09:40 PM
View EPC Environmental Services
3/4/2020 10:52:47 AM
3/4/2020 10:52:47 AM
EPC County Attorney's Office
3/2/2020 11:26:14 AM
Comments will be provided as may be appropriate in conjunction with File No. PUD-20-1 once CDWR letter of sufficiency has been provided. 3/2/2020 11:26:14 AM
RBD Floodplain
3/2/2020 11:13:02 AM
FEMA approved base flood elevation data and 100-year floodplain boundaries shall be provided and shown on plats
for subdivision proposals and other proposed developments that contain at least fifty lots or five (5) acres, whichever is less;
All buildable lots less than two and one half (2½) acres in size are required to be located entirely outside of the 100-year floodplain. Lands within the 100-year floodplain shall be established in a tract, and require that the owner maintain the tract. Buildable lots two and one half (2½) acres and larger, are required to have the 100-year floodplain contained in a drainage easement dedicated by plat in the name of the governing body with the restrictions of “No Build” and “No Storage of any Materials”; and

If subdivision proposals are located within three hundred (300) feet of a Zone A floodplain, FEMA approved base flood elevations and boundaries are required to be determined and shown on the plat, or provide a Floodplain Certification Letter by a professional engineer or architect licensed by the state of Colorado, stating that “Based on field verified characteristics of the property, the property is reasonably safe from flooding and to the best of the engineer’s knowledge if the 100-year floodplain were studied it would not enter the property in question”.
3/2/2020 11:13:02 AM