The schedule for the Tuesday, July 10, Chaffee County Commissioners meeting begins at 9 a.m. with a request for release of lots 1 through 9, and lots 20 and 21 of the Broadview Rural Open Space Initiative, a development project just south of Mt. Princeton Hot Springs Resort.
The release would include both open space and building lots. While the project received approval to proceed without land-line service, the Planning Commission is requiring every lot to have access to mobile phone service as a public safety issue. The county has yet to confirm that every lot in the project has actual access to cell service.
Also on the schedule are several public hearings, including a major impact review for a camp cabin and eight to 10 campsites at 26832 CR 310 proposed by Richard Krupicka. The agenda erroneously lists a storage shed in the review as a “boathouse,” which was corrected when the project came for review and approval by the Planning Commission.
Also of consideration will be a text amendment to the Chaffee County Land Use Code related to the section 7.8.17 Kennel definition. The proposed change would measure noise in rural zoning for residential noise levels from within 300 feet surrounding any adjacent property structure.
At 9:45 a.m. the schedule calls for a limited impact review renewal for Dolly Day Campground, located at 25550 U.S. Highway 285 in Buena Vista, followed by an amendment to Resolution 2018-07 approving the Pintane subdivision exemption for an amendment to the road design. County Assessor Brenda Mosby will present the 2017 Assessed Property Value Report and the meeting will wrap up with the June report from the County Veteran Service Officer.
Also of note, the Planning Commission has received early notice that there will be a joint planning session with Chaffee County Commissioners at 4 p.m. July 17 to continue discussion regarding the start of work on the revision to the county’s comprehensive plan. The session will be held in the Commissioners Meeting Room at 104 Crestone Ave., Salida.