Boulder County Planning Commission agenda for Wed., July 17, 2019

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The next meeting of the Boulder County Planning Commission will be Wed., July 17, 2019, beginning at 1:30 p.m. 

Boulder County Courthouse, Commissioners’ Hearing Room, 3rd Floor
1325 Pearl St., Boulder 
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View the July 17, 2019 meeting agenda.

Agenda items include:

Approval of minutes/miscellaneous business.

Staff update(s) on projects and/or development review items (if necessary). Informational item only, public testimony will not be taken.

Items: (The staff report for each agenda item will be posted to the docket webpages linked below on July 10.)

  1. Docket BCCP-18-0003: Boulder County Comprehensive Plan Public Health Element Addition
    In December 2017, Planning Commission (PC) expressed support for adding a Public Health element to the Boulder County Comprehensive Plan (BCCP). The purpose of this element is to outline the county’s vision and values for the health of county residents and visitors. The element goals and policies will guide regulations, funding requests and program development by the county. This new element will assemble all public health-related BCCP content in one place while expanding the scope of topics previously addressed in other elements of the BCCP. The new public health element will explicitly link the built and natural environment and the health of residents, and establish a policy framework for supporting long-term strategies that impact behavior to enhance health outcomes. Proposed content reflects feedback from PC and Board of County Commissioners study sessions.
    Action Requested: Decision
    Public testimony will be taken
    Staff Planner(s): Nicole Wobus, Jose Ruano
  2. Docket LE-19-0001: Boulder Mountain Fire Dept. Fire Barn
    Request: Location and Extent review to evaluate the proposed removal of the old fire barn #2 and construction of a new fire barn #2 for the Boulder Mountain Fire Department.
    Location: 50 Overlook Lane, approximately 200 feet west of the intersection of Overlook Lane and Deer Trail Rd., in Section 4,Township 1N, Range 71W.
    Zoning: Forestry (F) Zoning District
    Applicant: Chief John Benson, Boulder Mountain Fire Protection District Property Owner: Boulder Mountain Fire Protection District
    Agent: Fanas Architecture
    Action Requested: Decision
    Public testimony will be taken
    Staff Planner: Marc Ambrosi
  3. Docket SU-19-0007: New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC Communication Tower
    Request: Special Use Review for a 50 foot AT&T monopole cell tower to enhance cellular coverage north of the City of Boulder along US 36.
    Location: 3500 Nimbus Rd., approximately 330 feet east of the intersection of Nimbus Rd. and N. 35th Street at the Left Hand Water District Water Treatment Facility, in Section 30, Township 2N, Range 70W.
    Zoning: Agricultural (A) Zoning District
    Applicant: New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC by AT&T Mobility
    Property Owners: Left Hand Water District
    Agent:Nexius Solutions
    Action Requested: Recommendation to BOCC
    Public testimony will be taken
    Staff Planner: Marc Ambrosi
  4. Docket DC-19-0001: Proposed Boulder County Land Use Code Amendments to Article 4- 514 Telecommunication Facilities
    Proposed Boulder County Land Use Code Amendments to Article 4-514 to address an update of the Telecommunication Facilities Code with relevant content in Articles 3 and 4 and any other revisions to the Code necessary to integrate the changes.
    Action Requested: Recommendation to BOCC
    Public testimony will be taken
    Staff Planner: Kathy Sandoval


The meeting will be livestreamed via the Boulder County Open Meeting Portal.

Current and recent Planning Commission agendas, minutes, and archived video recordings are available on the Planning Commission webpage.

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