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Project Name
Mose rezone
Rezone 6.11 acres from A-5/RR-2.5 (split zoning) to RR-2.5
4208000013 4208000013
Perry Mose / Jeanette Marie Mose
Perry Mose ( )
(805) 231-6293
Perry Mose ( )
(805) 231-6293
EA Number
File Number
Project Manager
John Green
6/17/2019 9:40:32 AM

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Review Comments (20)

Link Agency Comment
PCD Project Manager
9/7/2021 10:18:42 AM
Please upload the revised zoning map as a pdf document. Current document format is not supported in our system and cannot be reviewed. Staff will initiate an abbreviated turnaround timeframe for comments on document once received via EDARP. 9/7/2021 10:18:42 AM
View PCD Project Manager
2/17/2021 5:47:28 PM
Please see redline comments for Letter of Intent 2/17/2021 5:47:28 PM
View EPC Health Department
1/10/2021 10:31:23 AM
1/10/2021 10:31:23 AM
View PCD Project Manager
12/30/2020 8:21:33 AM
Please see Zoning Map redlines 12/30/2020 8:21:33 AM
View PCD Project Manager
12/30/2020 8:21:01 AM
Please see Vicinity Map redlines 12/30/2020 8:21:01 AM
View PCD Project Manager
12/30/2020 8:19:12 AM
Please revise Letter of Intent per redlines 12/30/2020 8:19:12 AM
View PCD Project Manager
12/30/2020 8:18:33 AM
Please see Application Form redlines 12/30/2020 8:18:33 AM
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
12/9/2020 7:28:36 AM
Letter of Intent shows incorrect Section and Township, should be Section 08 and Township 12.

No further comments

Becky Allen
Enumerations Plans Examiner
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
O: 719-799-2707 W:
12/9/2020 7:28:36 AM
View EPC Parks Department
12/8/2020 10:56:41 AM
See administrative Parks comments attached. 12/8/2020 10:56:41 AM
Black Forest Land Use Committee
12/7/2020 9:02:56 PM
The Black Forest Land Use Committee recommends approval of this request. While we are not normally in favor of subdividing lots into smaller lots, we feel the surrounding lots are in the 2.5-3.0 acre range so it is consistent to allow this 6.11 acre lot to divide into two smaller lots that are consistent with the remainder of the development. 12/7/2020 9:02:56 PM
EPC Stormwater Review
12/1/2020 5:05:56 PM
EPC Stormwater has no comments at this time. 12/1/2020 5:05:56 PM
PCD Engineering Division
11/30/2020 5:11:03 PM
This project was reviewed by:

Lupe Packman
Review Engineer 1

There are no comments on this project.
11/30/2020 5:11:03 PM
View El Paso County Conservation Dist
11/30/2020 10:11:49 AM
11/30/2020 10:11:49 AM
View El Paso County Conservation Dist
11/30/2020 10:10:54 AM
11/30/2020 10:10:54 AM
View Mountain View Electric Association, Inc.
11/25/2020 10:45:40 AM
11/25/2020 10:45:40 AM
Falcon Fire Protection District
11/24/2020 1:40:24 PM
Falcon Fire has reviewed this request and has no objection or concerns. 11/24/2020 1:40:24 PM
View EPC Environmental Services
11/19/2020 1:23:55 PM
11/19/2020 1:23:55 PM
County Attorney - Development Review
11/18/2020 11:07:20 PM
No comments from County Attorney's Office at this time. 11/18/2020 11:07:20 PM
Upper Black Squirrel Creek GWMD
11/18/2020 9:39:07 AM
The Upper Black Squirrel Creek GWMD offers the following comment regarding the Halleluiah Trail request to rezone its property from A-5, RR-5 to RR 2.5 regarding the individual wells for the two lots. The applicant has gotten a determination of water right and needs to be aware that they fall under Rule 17 of the district's rules and regulations and will be limited to .5 acre-feet per lot. Please see the following rule:

17. LARGE CAPACITY WELLS-USE IN SUBDIVISIONS. This rule shall be applicable to
all wells proposed to be permitted pursuant to §37-90-107, C.R.S. after the effective date
of this rule, including wells re-permitted following a change in use proceeding and wells
proposed to be permitted following a determination of water right, for withdrawals from
the Upper Black Squirrel Alluvial, Dawson, Denver, Arapahoe, and Laramie-Fox Hills
aquifers for the purpose of: (a) Supplying water to one or more single family
residence(s), condominium(s), apartment(s), or multiple-dwelling unites) located in any
Subdivision or cluster development within the District; (b) Supplying water for the
irrigation of greenbelts, common areas, out lots, or equivalent in any Subdivision or
cluster development within the District; 01' (c) Supplying water to ponds, reservoirs,
creeks, ditches, fountains, or other water features in any Subdivision or cluster
development within the District.
A. For wells proposed to be used in a Subdivision or cluster development which has
received final approval from the Board of County Commissioners of El Paso County
or other governing authority prior to the effective date of this rule, withdrawals, both
individual and cumulative, shall be limited to the amounts set forth in the most recent
Subdivision Water Supply letter issued by the Office of the State Engineer pursuant
to §30-28-136 (h) (1) for the Subdivision or cluster development in which the State
Engineer makes a finding of no injury. For the purpose of this rule, each filing or
phase of a Subdivision requiring additional or supplemental approval of any kind
shall constitute a separate Subdivision. In the absence of a letter issued pursuant to
§30-28-136 (h) (I), withdrawals shall be limited as set forth in subsection (B) of this
B. For all other wells, withdrawals shall not exceed .5 acre feet per year per single
family residence, single condominium unit, apartment unit, single unit within a
multiple-dwelling unit, or equivalent within the Subdivision or cluster development
supplied by the well. In the event a Subdivision or cluster development is supplied by
multiple wells, production from all wells supplying the subdivision or cluster
development shall not exceed the product of ( the number of single family residences,
single condominium units, apartment units, single units within a multiple-dwelling
unit or equivalent within the Subdivision)X(.5) acre feet per year. In no event shall
production from the well exceed the rate 01' amount set forth in any determination of
water rights issued for the well by the Ground Water Commission.
C. C. Nothing in this rule shall be interpreted to obviate the need for a Ground Water
Commission approved replacement plan, where applicable.
(Effective August 23, 2010).

The District encourages the uses of central (municipal) water and wastewater
systems, as opposed to the use of individual wells and septic systems in any
proposed subdivision consisting of three or more lots, in order to minimize the
possibility of contamination of the alluvial aquifer and to protect the already
over-appropriated ground water resources of the Upper Black Squirrel Creek
Designated Ground Water Basin. This subdivision proposes 5 lots in the subdivision,
and would fall under the district's policy to encourage the use of central water and waste-
water. There are Metropolitan districts within the area of this proposed subdivision.
11/18/2020 9:39:07 AM
EPC County Attorney's Office
11/18/2020 8:48:02 AM
No review required by County Attorney-water. Matter will be reviewed by County Attorney-Development Review. 11/18/2020 8:48:02 AM