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Project Name
Boyd Minor Subdivision
Description
Minor Subdivision to create three residential lots
Location
Parcels
5100000433 5100000433
Applicant
Chris Boyd
Chris Boyd ( boyd1635@gmail.com )
(920) 660-7886
Chris Boyd ( boyd1635@gmail.com )
(920) 660-7886
File Number
MS224
Project Manager
Kari Parsons
Status
Active
Created
6/23/2021 7:52:47 AM

View: Project Documents



Review Comments (34)

Link Agency Comment
PCD Project Manager
12/8/2022 12:53:30 PM
Please work directly with the County Attorneys Office, Lori Seago 7195207371, if you do not understand what she is asking for and then reupload revised docs in EDARP. 12/8/2022 12:53:30 PM
County Attorney - Development Review
12/8/2022 12:37:27 PM
PRIOR TO RECORDING THE FINAL PLAT:
1. Please upload to eDARP the recorded water decree.
2. The deeds for conveying lots need to contain the language found in paragraph E of the water review. They also need to convey total amounts of water in each aquifer, not annual amounts. These amounts must include a minimum of 225 acre-feet of water in the Dawson aquifer and 225 acre-feet in the Laramie-Fox Hills aquifer. See paragraph D of the water review.

Also, the Declaration of Easements is not needed, based on previous comments by the County Attorney's Office. Please do not record.
12/8/2022 12:37:27 PM
PCD Engineering Division
12/8/2022 7:15:51 AM
Review #4: No comments. 12/8/2022 7:15:51 AM
PCD Project Manager
10/18/2022 10:01:02 AM
Minor Subdivision has been scheduled for public hearing Nov 3, 2022 10/18/2022 10:01:02 AM
PCD Engineering Division
10/17/2022 5:03:19 PM
Drainage Report and Traffic Memo have been forwarded to the Engineering Manager for final approval. Documents will be uploaded by the project manager once approved.

Reviewed by:
Gilbert LaForce, PE
gilbertlaforce@elpasoco.com
10/17/2022 5:03:19 PM
View PCD Engineering Division
10/12/2022 3:01:00 PM
Review #3:

1. Attached contain redline comments to the traffic memo. Address the comments and upload with signatures for final acceptance.
2. Upload a signed version of the drainage letter for final approval.

NOTE: The project is scheduled for Planning Commission hearing on November 3. Staff requests the applicant attempt to address the above comments and resubmitted prior to hearing. The goal is to have all engineering documents approved by the hearing date.

Reviewed by:
Gilbert LaForce, PE
gilbertlaforce@elpasoco.com
10/12/2022 3:01:00 PM
PCD Administrative Notice
10/6/2022 1:52:57 PM
9 Notices were mailed on 10/6/22 10/6/2022 1:52:57 PM
EPC Stormwater Review
9/28/2022 1:09:11 PM
Stormwater has no comments. 9/28/2022 1:09:11 PM
View PCD Project Manager
9/26/2022 8:41:28 AM
Traffic Memo Redlines 9/26/2022 8:41:28 AM
View PCD Project Manager
9/26/2022 8:40:59 AM
Plat Drawing Redlines 9/26/2022 8:40:59 AM
PCD Engineering Division
9/19/2022 2:09:16 PM
Review #2: Redline comments on the following documents will be uploaded by the project manager.
* Traffic Memo

NOTE: Remaining comments are minor. Sign/stamp all engineering documents on the resubmittal.

Comments resolved on the following documents:
- Plat
- Letter of Intent
- Drainage Report

Reviewed by:
Gilbert LaForce, PE
gilbertlaforce@elpasoco.com
9/19/2022 2:09:16 PM
County Attorney - Development Review
9/18/2022 9:19:38 PM
It appears that the easement recorded in 2004 already gives the entirety of this parcel, and therefore the proposed Lots 1-3 access via the recorded easement. Further, the recorded easement states that "... the Grantor and Grantees... shall jointly construct and maintain the easement.... The parties agree that they shall equally share all costs of construction, maintenance and repair of the easement...." It therefore does not appear that a new declaration of easements is necessary. Please advise if there is any disagreement or concern with this conclusion. 9/18/2022 9:19:38 PM
View County Attorney - Water
9/16/2022 9:05:24 AM
Attached please find water review from the County Attorney's Office. 9/16/2022 9:05:24 AM
View EPC Environmental Services
9/7/2022 1:12:06 PM
9/7/2022 1:12:06 PM
Tri-Lakes-Monument Fire Protection District
6/3/2022 2:28:00 PM
No comments. JCB 6/3/2022 2:28:00 PM
EPC Stormwater Review
5/31/2022 5:00:14 PM
Stormwater has no comments at this time.

Reviewed by:
Christina Prete, P.E.
Stormwater Engineer III
christinaprete@elpasoco.com
5/31/2022 5:00:14 PM
PCD Project Manager
5/31/2022 3:45:19 PM
Dedication of ROW for the continuation of Brown Road 5/31/2022 3:45:19 PM
View PCD Project Manager
5/31/2022 3:22:31 PM
Letter of Intent Redlines 5/31/2022 3:22:31 PM
View PCD Project Manager
5/31/2022 3:22:08 PM
Fire Protection Report Redlines 5/31/2022 3:22:08 PM
View PCD Project Manager
5/31/2022 3:21:46 PM
Plat Drawing Redlines 5/31/2022 3:21:46 PM
View PCD Project Manager
5/31/2022 3:21:26 PM
Traffic Memo Redlines 5/31/2022 3:21:26 PM
View PCD Project Manager
5/31/2022 3:21:05 PM
Drainage Letter Redlines 5/31/2022 3:21:05 PM
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
5/27/2022 8:22:28 AM
1. The three address assignments are as follows: Lot 1 will retain 18735 Brown Road, Lot 2 will be 18763 Brown Road and Lot 3 will be 18795 Brown Road.
2. Please be sure to add the addresses to the final plat when submitting for final review prior to recordation of plat.
3. Please add the street name to the final plat.
4. On top title block of the final plat, suggest changing the section information to read as follows “ LOCATED IN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 7, TOWNSHIP…”

FINAL PLAT COMMENTS APPLY:

1. Enumerations will review the mylar prior to plat for address placement, street names, and title block.
2. A $10.00 per lot and tract platting fee will be due at the time of the review of the mylar, (two addresses per lot and tract). If an address is not needed on a tract then no fee applies. Check should be made out to PIKES PEAK REGIONAL BUILDING DEPARTMENT or PPRBD. Paid directly to the Enumerations Department. An additional over the phone transaction fee of $3.50 will apply for any credit card payment.
3. A copy of the final recorded plat is required prior to plan submittal for RESIDENTIAL. BeckyA@pprbd.org (Please email the Enumerations staff that reviewed your project).


Becky Allen
Enumerations Plans Examiner
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
O: 719-799-2707 W: pprbd.org E: beckya@pprbd.org
5/27/2022 8:22:28 AM
Colorado Geological Survey
5/27/2022 8:17:31 AM
As noted on page 15 of the Soils and Geology Report (Rocky Mountain Group (RMG), stamped February 8, 2022), “Geologic hazards found to be present at this site include faults/seismicity and radon. Geologic constraints found to be present at this site include expansive soils, compressible soils, and artificial fill.” RMG describes the site as containing potential expansive and compressible soils, although no laboratory testing was performed. A drainage channel traverses the site that RMG maps on the Engineering and Geology Map (figure 6) as a “seasonally wet area” and is shown on the plat as a “no build area.” RMG also mapped several areas within lots 1, 2, and 3 as “potentially seasonally wet areas”. Plat note 11 (Minor Subdivision Plat (MVE, Inc., March 23, 2022)) indicates that potentially shallow groundwater exists on lots 2 and 3 with mitigation measures provided, but lot 1 was not listed.

The conclusions and identification of geologic hazards and constraints in RMG’s report are based on three test pits excavated to 8 feet below the existing ground surface within the proposed on-site wastewater treatment system (OWTS) locations. CGS recommends that the county require the soil, geology, and wastewater study to be expanded to evaluate the geologic constraints based on a site-specific investigation and data. This type of investigation typically includes test borings drilled to a sufficient depth (generally at least 20 feet) to determine groundwater and bedrock depths where both are likely to be shallow. If shallow groundwater is encountered or expected based on the subsurface conditions, the report should discuss the expected seasonal groundwater fluctuation expected at the site based on site-specific data and the feasibility of basements or other anticipated habitable below-grade space.

CGS agrees with RMG’s recommendation (page 16) “The foundation systems for the proposed single-family residential structures and any retention/detention facilities should be designed and constructed based upon recommendations developed in a site-specific subsurface soil investigation.” This recommendation is correctly noted on the plat.

Submitted 5/27/2022 by Amy Crandall, Colorado Geological Survey: acrandall@mines.edu
5/27/2022 8:17:31 AM
County Attorney - Development Review
5/25/2022 3:08:15 PM
Discussion pending with County project manager. Comments reserved until discussion complete. 5/25/2022 3:08:15 PM
View Mountain View Electric Association, Inc.
5/23/2022 3:44:02 PM
See attached comments 5/23/2022 3:44:02 PM
PCD Engineering Division
5/24/2022 3:23:30 PM
Review #1: Redline comments on the following documents will be uploaded by the project manager.
- Traffic Memo
- Plat
- Letter of Intent
- Drainage Report

Reviewed by:
Gilbert LaForce, PE
gilbertlaforce@elpasoco.com
5/24/2022 3:23:30 PM
View EPC Parks Department
5/20/2022 11:36:40 AM
See Parks comments attached.

Thanks, Greg
5/20/2022 11:36:40 AM
View Parks Advisory Board
5/20/2022 11:35:10 AM
See Parks comments attached. 5/20/2022 11:35:10 AM
View Colorado Parks and Wildlife
5/11/2022 4:55:37 PM
5/11/2022 4:55:37 PM
911 Authority - El Paso/Teller County
5/10/2022 8:51:02 AM
No new streetnames requested on this submittal.
No action for E911.
Thank you.
Justin.
5/10/2022 8:51:02 AM
View Colorado Division of Water Resources
5/10/2022 8:50:32 AM
See attached letter. 5/10/2022 8:50:32 AM
View EPC Environmental Services
5/6/2022 10:42:06 AM
5/6/2022 10:42:06 AM
County Attorney - Water
5/6/2022 8:34:07 AM
County Attorney's Office will provide review of water sufficiency following receipt of findings from Colorado Division of Water Resources. Thank you. 5/6/2022 8:34:07 AM