Boulder County Commissioners’ Agenda for March 11-22

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MONDAY, MARCH 11

12:30 p.m.  Administrative Meetings (Small Conference Room)

TUESDAY, MARCH 12

9:00 a.m.    Administrative Meeting (Small Conference Room)

10:30 a.m.  Business Meeting

11:00 a.m.  PUBLIC HEARING 
Parks and Open Space – Real Estate Division: 
2018 Closings Summary.
ACTION REQUESTED: Information only

2:00 p.m.    PUBLIC HEARING
Land Use Department: 
Docket DC-18-0004 Niwot Rural Community District 
Code Update; Land Use Code (the “Code”) text 
amendments to amend the County’s Land Use Code 
Article 4-116 Niwot Rural Community District and 
related provisions.
ACTION REQUESTED: Decision

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13

11:00 a.m.  Administrative Meeting (Small Conference Room)

12:00 p.m.  Administrative Meetings (Hullinghorst Room)

THURSDAY, MARCH 14

8:00 a.m.    Commissioners to attend Government Alliance on 
Race and Equity (GARE) workshop 
(City of Boulder Manager’s Office)

1:30 p.m.    Business Meeting

2:00 p.m.    PUBLIC HEARING 
Land Use Department: 
Docket SE-19-0001 Fahoury Boundary Line Adjustment 
and Building Lot Recognition; Subdivision Exemption 
application to combine the parcels at 295 N. 76th 
St and 0 N. 76th St. The application also seeks to 
establish development rights on the entire combined 
parcel, where development rights currently only 
exist on 295 N. 76th St. The proposal is submitted 
by Douglas & Mary Grace Fahoury. The proposal is 
located at 295 N. 76th St and 0 N. 76th St., parcel 
#s 157701300001 & 157701300009, 1,600 ft. north of 
the intersection of South Boulder Rd. and N. 76th 
St., in Section 1, Township 1S, Range 70W. 
Rescheduled from 11:00 a.m.
ACTION REQUESTED: Decision

3:00 p.m.    Administrative Meeting (BOCC Hearing Room)

4:30 p.m.    PUBLIC HEARING 
Land Use Department: 
Land Use Director’s decision regarding Gross Reservoir.
ACTION REQUESTED: Decision

FRIDAY, MARCH 15
No Commissioners’ Meetings / Hearings are scheduled

MONDAY, MARCH 18

11:00 a.m.  Administrative Meeting (1301 Spruce Street)

12:30 p.m.  Administrative Meetings (Small Conference Room)

TUESDAY, MARCH 19

8:15 a.m.    Administrative Meetings (Small Conference Room)

9:00 a.m. PUBLIC HEARING 
Land Use Department: 
Docket LU-18-0017/SPR-18-0052 SHAEFFER Residence, 
Shed, Ag Structure, and Driveway; Limited Impact 
Special Use Review to allow for 1,230 cubic yards 
of grading for driveway and site improvements, and 
Site Plan Review to construct a 2,604-square-foot 
residence, 380-square foot shed, and 480-square-foot 
agricultural building on a 38-acre parcel under a 
Conservation Easement; submitted by Scot Shaeffer; 
in accordance with the Boulder County Land Use Code. 
The proposed project is located in the Forestry (F) 
Zoning District, at 243 County Road 126, on the 
northwest side of CR 126, approximately 1/4 mile 
north of its intersection with Caribou Rd., in 
Section 10, Township 1S, Range 73W.
ACTION REQUESTED: Decision

10:00 a.m.  Administrative Meeting (Small Conference Room)

10:30 a.m.  Business Meeting

11:00 a.m.  PUBLIC HEARING 
Land Use Department: 
Docket LU-18-0024 Boulder Advanced Investments LLC – 
Drainage and Parking Improvements; Limited Impact 
Special Use review to perform approximately 1,680 
cubic yards of earthwork for drainage and parking 
area improvements on a roughly 1.72-acre parcel; 
submitted by Boulder Advanced Investments LLC c/o 
Victor Mark Donaldson; in accordance with the 
Boulder County Land Use Code. The proposed 
project is located in the Light Industrial Zoning 
District, at 5854 Rawhide Court, roughly 325 feet 
northeast of the intersection of Longhorn Road and 
US Hwy 36, in Section 6, Township 1N, Range 70W.
ACTION REQUESTED: Decision

11:30 a.m.  PUBLIC HEARING 
Land Use Department: 
Docket V-18-0006/EP-18-0007 Hosier_Legere Estates 
NUPUD_Vacation and Replat A; Request to vacate an 
access and utility easement within Outlot A of the 
Legere Estates NUPUD Subdivision and Exemption Plat 
request to record the vacation, submitted by Anne 
Elizabeth Hosier. The proposed vacation is located 
in the Agricultural (A) Zoning District, at 6010 St. 
Vrain Road, Outlot A of Legere Estates NUPUD, 
roughly 1,300 feet southeast of the intersection of 
St. VrainRoad and N. 59th Street, in Section 3, 
Township 2N, Range 70W.
ACTION REQUESTED: Decision

1:00 p.m. PUBLIC HEARING 
Land Use Department: 
AP-18-0001 – Appeal of Land Use Director’s and 
County Engineer’s deamination related to MD-18-0033 
/ SPR-16-0108; Postle Mixed Use Development 
Modification Request.
ACTION REQUESTED: Decision

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20

9:00 a.m.    Administrative Meetings (Small Conference Room)

1:00 p.m.    Administrative Meetings (Small Conference Room)

THURSDAY, MARCH 21

8:30 a.m.    Administrative Meeting (1301 Spruce Street)

10:00 a.m.  Administrative Meeting (Small Conference Room)

10:30 a.m.  Business Meeting

11:00 a.m.  PUBLIC HEARING 
Land Use Department: 
Docket LU-19-0003/SPR-17-0119 Hayes; Limited 
Impact Special Use Review to allow for 1,072.33 
cubic yards of earthwork associated with 
construction of a driveway, and Site Plan Review 
to construct a 2,282-square-foot residence 
(1,802-square-foot first floor, 480-square-foot 
attached garage) on an approximately 4.0 acre 
parcel where the presumptive size maximum is 
2,579 square feet; submitted by Stephen Hayes; 
in accordance with the Boulder County Land Use 
Code. The proposed project is located in the 
Forestry (F) Zoning District, at 2437 Gross Dam 
Road, on the west side of Gross Dam Road, 
approximately 2.5 miles northeast of its inter-
section with State Highway 72, in Section 28, 
Township 1S, Range 71W.
ACTION REQUESTED: Decision

3:30 p.m.    PUBLIC MEETING
Parks and Open Space Department: 
Eldorado Canyon to Walker Ranch Trail Feasibility 
Study; Staff update to County Commissioners on 
status of the proposed interagency multi-use trail 
connection.
ACTION REQUESTED: Information-only session –
public testimony will not be taken.

FRIDAY, MARCH 22

No Commissioners Hearings / Meetings are scheduled


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