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Project Name
Terra Benedetta Subdivision Replat - 13580 Bridle Bit Road
6200000461 6200000461 6210001001 6210001001
The Rawhide Company
Douglas Barber ( )
(719) 338-3053
Douglas Barber ( )
(719) 338-3053
File Number
Project Manager
John Green
10/27/2020 7:46:55 AM

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Review Comments (22)

Link Agency Comment
View EPC Parks Department
6/29/2021 7:50:48 AM
This version shows no park fees since there is no new residential development or increased density as a result of this action. 6/29/2021 7:50:48 AM
Black Forest Fire Protection District
5/28/2021 8:00:43 AM
As this is a replat and will affect response or water needs in the district and no new structures are being added, Black Forest Has no comments for this project at this time. 5/28/2021 8:00:43 AM
View PCD Project Manager
5/14/2021 5:01:25 PM
Please see attached note on title commitment. 5/14/2021 5:01:25 PM
View PCD Project Manager
5/14/2021 5:00:58 PM
Please see attached comments to mineral rights cert. 5/14/2021 5:00:58 PM
View PCD Project Manager
5/14/2021 5:00:43 PM
Please see attached comments to vicinity map. 5/14/2021 5:00:43 PM
View PCD Project Manager
5/14/2021 5:00:23 PM
Please see attached comments to well permit. 5/14/2021 5:00:23 PM
View PCD Project Manager
5/14/2021 5:00:08 PM
Please see attached comments to final plat. 5/14/2021 5:00:08 PM
View PCD Project Manager
5/14/2021 4:59:55 PM
Please see attached comments to adjacent property owner notices. 5/14/2021 4:59:55 PM
View Colorado Division of Water Resources
5/12/2021 10:16:41 AM
5/12/2021 10:16:41 AM
PCD Engineering Division
5/11/2021 9:32:44 AM
Review 1 comments will be uploaded by the project manager. Please address comments on the following documents:

-Final plat drawings
-Letter of intent: please include a statement about road impact fees that will be due for any future construction on those lots.

Reviewed by:
Lupe Packman
Review Engineer
5/11/2021 9:32:44 AM
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
5/5/2021 2:55:06 PM
1. It appears Parcels A and B are part of a larger parcel and currently are not correctly shown on the As Platted section.
2. I find no record of Enumerations assigning these addresses for Lots 3 and 2. Please send to me, okay to email me directly (

Becky Allen
Enumerations Plans Examiner
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
O: 719-799-2707 W:
5/5/2021 2:55:06 PM
View Mountain View Electric Association, Inc.
5/5/2021 12:23:10 PM
See attached comments 5/5/2021 12:23:10 PM
County Attorney - Development Review
5/4/2021 4:03:48 PM
No comments from County Attorney - Development Review at this time. 5/4/2021 4:03:48 PM
EPC Stormwater Review
5/4/2021 12:11:08 PM
EPC Stormwater has no comments at this time.

Reviewed by:
Christina Furchak
Stormwater Engineer III
5/4/2021 12:11:08 PM
View El Paso County Conservation Dist
5/4/2021 9:16:41 AM
5/4/2021 9:16:41 AM
View EPC Parks Department
5/3/2021 3:51:08 PM
See preliminary Parks comments attached. 5/3/2021 3:51:08 PM
Colorado Geological Survey
5/3/2021 1:00:52 PM
With this referral, we received the Final Plat (Alessi and Associates, Inc., February 2, 2021) and Soil, Geology, and Geologic Hazard Study (Entech Engineering, Inc. (Entech), February 11, 2021).

The site does not contain steep slopes or flood hazards, nor is it exposed to any geologic hazards that preclude the proposed re-plat of the 25.42-acre parcel. Entech’s characterization of the geologic hazards associated with the site is valid. CGS, therefore, has no objection to approval of the re-plat as proposed. We offer the following comments:

As noted on page 4 of Entech’s Soil, Geology, and Geologic Hazard study, “The engineering geologic hazards identified on this site include potentially seasonal shallow groundwater areas.” Entech did not encounter groundwater in the test holes nor observed water flowing in the drainage swales at the time of their investigation. CGS agrees with Entech’s assessment regarding drainage swales on-site (page 4), “Due to the size of the proposed lots these areas can either be avoided or redirected around proposed structures or proposed soil treatment areas.” Once the residential structure locations have been identified and prior to building permit application, a site-specific geotechnical investigation consisting of drilling, sampling, lab testing, and analysis will be needed to characterize soil and bedrock engineering properties such as density, strength, water content, and swell/consolidation potential; identify potentially moisture-sensitive (expansive and collapsible) soils and expansive claystone bedrock; determine depths to groundwater and bedrock; verify the feasibility of a full-depth basement, if planned; and provide earthwork, foundation, floor system, surface and subsurface drainage, and pavement recommendations for design purposes.

Submitted 5/3/2021 by Amy Crandall, Engineering Geologist, Colorado Geological Survey (303-384-2632 or
5/3/2021 1:00:52 PM
County Attorney - Water
4/22/2021 9:45:51 AM
County Attorney's Office will provide review of water sufficiency following receipt of findings from Colorado Division of Water Resources. Thank you. 4/22/2021 9:45:51 AM
View EPC Health Department
4/21/2021 9:09:10 AM
4/21/2021 9:09:10 AM
Academy SD 20 Building Fund
4/19/2021 7:18:30 AM
Academy School District 20 is in receipt of File #VR216.

The District is requesting fees in lieu of land dedication per the existing El Paso County Code for any additional residential units developed in the Terra Benedetta Subdivision in the future.

If you need additional information, please contact me.

Don Smith
Planning Consultant
4/19/2021 7:18:30 AM
911 Authority - El Paso/Teller County
4/16/2021 12:37:45 PM
No new street names requested on this submittal.
No action for E911.
Thank you
4/16/2021 12:37:45 PM
View EPC Environmental Services
4/15/2021 2:17:50 PM
4/15/2021 2:17:50 PM