Chaffee County Land Use Code Update Project Module 1 Seeks Public Comment – Time Sensitive
Together Chaffee County, the project name for the revised Land Use Code (LUC) now has Module 1 ready for public comment. The consultant firm, Logan Simpson, has built these still-in-draft versions based on input from community surveys, insights from interviews, advisory committee guidance, and staff and commissioner direction, along with the project’s guiding principles.
Logan Simpson Has Made It Easy To Provide Interactive Feedback
The preferred method is online on their document review portal since it ties comments directly to the proposed code language. You can click anywhere on the document to comment.
You may click on existing yellow (comment) bubbles to see and reply to comments from others. Also, notice that on certain pages, there may be a blue icon on the top left corner with additional information. You may use the search function to find specific sections or topics within each chapter.
Text shown in black is existing in the current Land Use Code. Text shown in blue with a strike-through is proposed for removal. Text shown in blue with an underline is proposed as new language.
You can also email Logan Simpson with your input before the Public Hearing meetings but be sure to indicate the precise section(s) you are referring to.
Deadlines for Comments Prior to Two Public Hearings Set
The first of two public hearings is just around the corner at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 2 via ZOOM or in-person at 104 Crestone, at the Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) Chambers in Salida.
This hearing is before the Planning Commission and public comments must be submitted by 12:00 noon, Thursday, July 28 to be included in the hearing.
A second public hearing is set before the BoCC at 9:15 a.m. on Aug. 16 via ZOOM or in-person at 715 E. Main Street, in the BV Community Center in Buena Vista.
The deadline for submission of comments to this second session is 12:00 noon on Thursday, Aug. 11.
Module 1 includes draft code sections that cover topics of high interest
Featured image: Image courtesy Together Chaffee County Land Use Code Update Project