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REGULAR MEETING OF THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION

REGULAR MEETING OF THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION

TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2018
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CALL TO ORDER

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Approval Of The Planning Commission Minutes From February 20, 2018

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PLANNING COMMISSION MINUTES 02-20-2018.PDF

PUBLIC HEARINGS ITEM 1: CASE NO. C15-006, KIOWA CREEK MASTER DRAINAGE PLANLOCATION: KIOWA CREEK WATERSHEDACREAGE: 42 SQ MILES; 26,880 ACRES EXISTING ZONING: A1 AND AEPROPOSED USE: N/AAPPLICANT: ARAPAHOE COUNTY ENGINEERING DIVISIONCASE MANAGERS: CATHLEEN VALENCIA, ENGINEERREQUEST: INFORMATIONAL ONLY 01_C15-006.PDF ITEM 2: CASE NO. SD18-001, ILIFF AVENUE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT / SPECIAL DISTRICT SERVICE PLANLOCATION: S WABASH ST, E WARREN, S YOSEMITE ST, AND E ILIFF AVEACREAGE: 12.1 EXISTING ZONING: PUD-R-PH (HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL AND MU MIXED USEPROPOSED USE: TOWNHOMES AND SINGLE -FAMILY DETACHED HOMES (ZONING PREVIOUSLY APPROVED; APPLICANT IS REQUESTING A METROPOLITAN DISTRICT)APPLICANT: COLLINS COCKREL COLE, PCCASE MANAGERS: JASON REYNOLDS, PLANNER; SUE LIU, ENGINEERREQUEST: POSITIVE RECOMMENDATION TO THE BOCC 02_SD18-001.PDF ITEM 3: CASE NO. P17-016, DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK 12 / L5 / RANDY ROSS TENNIS CENTER / SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENT PLANLOCATION: 7730 AND 7760 S WHEELING COURTACREAGE: 3.13EXISTING ZONING: MIXED USE (MU)PROPOSED USE: PRIVATE INDOOR TENNIS CENTERAPPLICANT: KAHN CONSTRUCTION CORPORATIONCASE MANAGERS: MOLLY ORKILD -LARSON, PLANNER; SARAH L WHITE, ENGINEERREQUEST: APPROVAL OF THE SDP 03_P17-016.PDF ITEM 4: CASE NO. P17-004, DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK 16 / LSTRE BUSINESS PLAZA / FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLANLOCATION: NORTH OF CENTENNIAL AIRPORT ON ADAM AIRCRAFT CIRCLEACREAGE: 9.53EXISTING ZONING: MU -PUDPROPOSED USE: FLEX OFFICE BUILDING WITH OUTDOOR STORAGE YARDAPPLICANT: LSTRE INCCASE MANAGERS: BILL SKINNER, PLANNER; SARAH L WHITE, ENGINEERREQUEST: SEEKING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR APPROVAL OF AN FDP 04_P17-004.PDF
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CASE NO. ASI17-001 AND L17-011, IREA EASTERN RELIABILITY UPDATE PROJECT / 1041 WITH LOCATION AND EXTENTLOCATION: ADJACENT TO BRICK CENTER RDACREAGE: FOUR MILES OF A 60' CORRIDOREXISTING ZONING: A -1PROPOSED USE: ELECTRICAL TRANSMISSION LINEAPPLICANT: INTERMOUNTAIN RURAL ELECTRICAL ASSOCIATIONCASE MANAGERS: BILL SKINNER, PLANNER; SUE LIU, ENGINEERREQUEST: RECOMMEND APPROVAL OF AN FDP AND APPROVAL OF L E

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ANNOUNCEMENTS:

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The next Planning Commission meeting is scheduled for May 1, 2018. l Planning Commission agendas, Board of County Commission agendas, and other important

Arapahoe County information may be viewed online at www.arapahoegov.com or you may contact the Planning Division at 720-874-6650. PLANNING COMMISSION MEMBERS: Arapahoe County is committed to making its public meetings accessible to persons with disabilities.Please contact the Planning Division at 720 -874-6650 or TTY 711, at least three (3) days prior to a meeting, should you require special accommodations.
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Public Works and Development Lima Plaza Campus - Arapahoe Room

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6954 S. Lima St., Centennial, CO 80112

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Mark Brummel Jamie Wollman Randall Miller

Diane Chaffin Jane Rieck, Chair Richard Sall Kathryn Latsis REGULAR MEETING OF THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2018
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CALL TO ORDER

GENERAL BUSINESS ITEMS
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Approval Of The Planning Commission Minutes From February 20, 2018

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PLANNING COMMISSION MINUTES 02-20-2018.PDF

PUBLIC HEARINGS ITEM 1: CASE NO. C15-006, KIOWA CREEK MASTER DRAINAGE PLANLOCATION: KIOWA CREEK WATERSHEDACREAGE: 42 SQ MILES; 26,880 ACRES EXISTING ZONING: A1 AND AEPROPOSED USE: N/AAPPLICANT: ARAPAHOE COUNTY ENGINEERING DIVISIONCASE MANAGERS: CATHLEEN VALENCIA, ENGINEERREQUEST: INFORMATIONAL ONLY 01_C15-006.PDF ITEM 2: CASE NO. SD18-001, ILIFF AVENUE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT / SPECIAL DISTRICT SERVICE PLANLOCATION: S WABASH ST, E WARREN, S YOSEMITE ST, AND E ILIFF AVEACREAGE: 12.1 EXISTING ZONING: PUD-R-PH (HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL AND MU MIXED USEPROPOSED USE: TOWNHOMES AND SINGLE -FAMILY DETACHED HOMES (ZONING PREVIOUSLY APPROVED; APPLICANT IS REQUESTING A METROPOLITAN DISTRICT)APPLICANT: COLLINS COCKREL COLE, PCCASE MANAGERS: JASON REYNOLDS, PLANNER; SUE LIU, ENGINEERREQUEST: POSITIVE RECOMMENDATION TO THE BOCC 02_SD18-001.PDF ITEM 3: CASE NO. P17-016, DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK 12 / L5 / RANDY ROSS TENNIS CENTER / SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENT PLANLOCATION: 7730 AND 7760 S WHEELING COURTACREAGE: 3.13EXISTING ZONING: MIXED USE (MU)PROPOSED USE: PRIVATE INDOOR TENNIS CENTERAPPLICANT: KAHN CONSTRUCTION CORPORATIONCASE MANAGERS: MOLLY ORKILD -LARSON, PLANNER; SARAH L WHITE, ENGINEERREQUEST: APPROVAL OF THE SDP 03_P17-016.PDF ITEM 4: CASE NO. P17-004, DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK 16 / LSTRE BUSINESS PLAZA / FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLANLOCATION: NORTH OF CENTENNIAL AIRPORT ON ADAM AIRCRAFT CIRCLEACREAGE: 9.53EXISTING ZONING: MU -PUDPROPOSED USE: FLEX OFFICE BUILDING WITH OUTDOOR STORAGE YARDAPPLICANT: LSTRE INCCASE MANAGERS: BILL SKINNER, PLANNER; SARAH L WHITE, ENGINEERREQUEST: SEEKING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR APPROVAL OF AN FDP 04_P17-004.PDF
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CASE NO. ASI17-001 AND L17-011, IREA EASTERN RELIABILITY UPDATE PROJECT / 1041 WITH LOCATION AND EXTENTLOCATION: ADJACENT TO BRICK CENTER RDACREAGE: FOUR MILES OF A 60' CORRIDOREXISTING ZONING: A -1PROPOSED USE: ELECTRICAL TRANSMISSION LINEAPPLICANT: INTERMOUNTAIN RURAL ELECTRICAL ASSOCIATIONCASE MANAGERS: BILL SKINNER, PLANNER; SUE LIU, ENGINEERREQUEST: RECOMMEND APPROVAL OF AN FDP AND APPROVAL OF L E

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ANNOUNCEMENTS:

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The next Planning Commission meeting is scheduled for May 1, 2018. l Planning Commission agendas, Board of County Commission agendas, and other important

Arapahoe County information may be viewed online at www.arapahoegov.com or you may contact the Planning Division at 720-874-6650. PLANNING COMMISSION MEMBERS: Arapahoe County is committed to making its public meetings accessible to persons with disabilities.Please contact the Planning Division at 720 -874-6650 or TTY 711, at least three (3) days prior to a meeting, should you require special accommodations.
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Public Works and Development Lima Plaza Campus - Arapahoe Room

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6954 S. Lima St., Centennial, CO 80112

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Mark Brummel Jamie Wollman Randall Miller

Diane Chaffin Jane Rieck, Chair Richard Sall Kathryn Latsis REGULAR MEETING OF THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2018
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CALL TO ORDER

GENERAL BUSINESS ITEMS
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Approval Of The Planning Commission Minutes From February 20, 2018

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PLANNING COMMISSION MINUTES 02-20-2018.PDF

PUBLIC HEARINGS ITEM 1: CASE NO. C15-006, KIOWA CREEK MASTER DRAINAGE PLANLOCATION: KIOWA CREEK WATERSHEDACREAGE: 42 SQ MILES; 26,880 ACRES EXISTING ZONING: A1 AND AEPROPOSED USE: N/AAPPLICANT: ARAPAHOE COUNTY ENGINEERING DIVISIONCASE MANAGERS: CATHLEEN VALENCIA, ENGINEERREQUEST: INFORMATIONAL ONLY 01_C15-006.PDF ITEM 2: CASE NO. SD18-001, ILIFF AVENUE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT / SPECIAL DISTRICT SERVICE PLANLOCATION: S WABASH ST, E WARREN, S YOSEMITE ST, AND E ILIFF AVEACREAGE: 12.1 EXISTING ZONING: PUD-R-PH (HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL AND MU MIXED USEPROPOSED USE: TOWNHOMES AND SINGLE -FAMILY DETACHED HOMES (ZONING PREVIOUSLY APPROVED; APPLICANT IS REQUESTING A METROPOLITAN DISTRICT)APPLICANT: COLLINS COCKREL COLE, PCCASE MANAGERS: JASON REYNOLDS, PLANNER; SUE LIU, ENGINEERREQUEST: POSITIVE RECOMMENDATION TO THE BOCC 02_SD18-001.PDF ITEM 3: CASE NO. P17-016, DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK 12 / L5 / RANDY ROSS TENNIS CENTER / SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENT PLANLOCATION: 7730 AND 7760 S WHEELING COURTACREAGE: 3.13EXISTING ZONING: MIXED USE (MU)PROPOSED USE: PRIVATE INDOOR TENNIS CENTERAPPLICANT: KAHN CONSTRUCTION CORPORATIONCASE MANAGERS: MOLLY ORKILD -LARSON, PLANNER; SARAH L WHITE, ENGINEERREQUEST: APPROVAL OF THE SDP 03_P17-016.PDF ITEM 4: CASE NO. P17-004, DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK 16 / LSTRE BUSINESS PLAZA / FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLANLOCATION: NORTH OF CENTENNIAL AIRPORT ON ADAM AIRCRAFT CIRCLEACREAGE: 9.53EXISTING ZONING: MU -PUDPROPOSED USE: FLEX OFFICE BUILDING WITH OUTDOOR STORAGE YARDAPPLICANT: LSTRE INCCASE MANAGERS: BILL SKINNER, PLANNER; SARAH L WHITE, ENGINEERREQUEST: SEEKING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR APPROVAL OF AN FDP 04_P17-004.PDF
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CASE NO. ASI17-001 AND L17-011, IREA EASTERN RELIABILITY UPDATE PROJECT / 1041 WITH LOCATION AND EXTENTLOCATION: ADJACENT TO BRICK CENTER RDACREAGE: FOUR MILES OF A 60' CORRIDOREXISTING ZONING: A -1PROPOSED USE: ELECTRICAL TRANSMISSION LINEAPPLICANT: INTERMOUNTAIN RURAL ELECTRICAL ASSOCIATIONCASE MANAGERS: BILL SKINNER, PLANNER; SUE LIU, ENGINEERREQUEST: RECOMMEND APPROVAL OF AN FDP AND APPROVAL OF L E

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ANNOUNCEMENTS:

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The next Planning Commission meeting is scheduled for May 1, 2018. l Planning Commission agendas, Board of County Commission agendas, and other important

Arapahoe County information may be viewed online at www.arapahoegov.com or you may contact the Planning Division at 720-874-6650. PLANNING COMMISSION MEMBERS: Arapahoe County is committed to making its public meetings accessible to persons with disabilities.Please contact the Planning Division at 720 -874-6650 or TTY 711, at least three (3) days prior to a meeting, should you require special accommodations.
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Public Works and Development Lima Plaza Campus - Arapahoe Room

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6954 S. Lima St., Centennial, CO 80112

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Mark Brummel Jamie Wollman Randall Miller

Diane Chaffin Jane Rieck, Chair Richard Sall Kathryn Latsis

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MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2018
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ATTENDANCE A regular meeting of the Arapahoe County Planning Commission

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was called and held in accordance with the statutes of the State of Colorado and the Arapahoe County Land Development Code. The following Planning Commission members were in attendance:

Mark Brummel, Jane Rieck, Chair; Richard Sall, Diane Chaffin, Kathryn Latsis, Jamie Wollman, and Randall Miller.

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Also present were: Robert Hill, Senior Asst. County Attorney; Chuck Haskins, Engineering Services Division Manager; Sue Liu, Engineer; Molly Orkild-Larson, Senior Planner; Bill Skinner, Senior Planner; Ashley Cappel, Office of Emergency Management; Nathan Fogg, Office of Emergency Management; Jan Yeckes, Planning Division Manager, and members of the public.

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CALL TO ORDER Chair Rieck called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m. and noted a quorum of the Board was present.

DISCLOSURE MATTERS

There were no Planning Commission member conflicts with the matters before them.

GENERAL BUSINESS ITEMS:

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APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES

The motion was made by Ms. Latsis and duly seconded by Mr. Sall to accept the minutes from the January 9, 2018 Planning Commission meeting, as presented. The motion passed unanimously. The motion was then made by Ms. Chaffin and duly seconded by Ms. Latsis to accept the minutes from the January 16, 2018 Planning Commission meeting, as amended, to reflect in Agenda Item 1 that the public hearing was opened and closed. The motion passed unanimously. REGULAR ITEMS: ITEM 1 Case No. Z17-001, Strasburg Station / Preliminary Development
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Plan (PDP) 1st Amendment Molly Orkild-Larson, Senior Planner, Public Works and Development (PWD)

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Ms. Orkild-Larson reported public noticing requirements had been met and the Planning Commission (PC) had jurisdiction to proceed. She introduced the case and noted nearby noise sources included I- 25 and the Pacific Rail Road line. She stated a noise study had been conducted; however, no trains passed by the site during the study. She reported the applicant proposed using HUD conditions. Ms. Orkild-Larson said staff was recommending another noise study be conducted as a condition of approval and prior to the submittal of the application for the associated Specific Development Plan (SDP).

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There were discussions regarding the condition of approval and the impact it would have on the development.

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Ms. Orkild-Larson explained a more accurate study would help to determine mitigation measures. She said if the sound level exceeded HUD noise standards of 65 db, certain mitigation measures would be expected. She reviewed the types of mitigation measures that could help and stated those would be considered during the SDP application process, if listed as a condition of approval of the PDP.

Ms. Rieck asked about a requirement in the Hazard Mitigation Plan, being considered for adoption as part of the Comprehensive Plan, but already adopted by the BOCC, that says the County will direct new development away from hazards, which include noise levels. Ms. Orkild-Larson noted the Comp Plan/Strasburg SubArea Plan was amended last year to add residential uses to this property. She indicated the applicant would address mitigation measures that could offset noise impacts. Todd Messenger, applicant s representative, explained the site was selected to provide an additional housing type in addition to some other uses. He noted the housing development would be 225 feet away from the railroad tracks. He also explained why the previously anticipated grocery store was no longer feasible for the site and how/where commercial services could be provided. Mr. Messenger noted these would be suitable starter homes and as finish homes (an older population) where little of this type of inventory existed. The presentation included a description of the processes involved with approval of the site, the general location of the property with respect to other landmarks, the difference in impact between Colfax and I- 70 in this rural town in comparison to these roads in the urban area, and then presented the concept for layout of uses in relation to each other. Mr. Messenger discussed retail/commercial, age-restricted townhomes, non-age-restricted multifamily development, and

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stormwater facilities. He stated the PDP did not include a lot of detail as a preliminary plan. He noted where multifamily and age- restricted townhomes were added, noted that outdoor storage and industrial-type uses were removed, noted the change in density to 10.46 du/ac for residential and a maximum of 224 dwelling units (supported by the traffic study and improvements). He stated retail would be capped at 25,000 square feet. Mr. Messenger reported the PDP also included some general development standards and parameters. He noted some easements, with the current property configuration, would be cleaned up with future applications. He reported the proposal generally conformed to the goals and policies of the Comprehensive Plan. He said the site was within the Strasburg Subarea Plan and shared key vision and policy statements relative to the proposal. Mr. Messenger noted the benefits and suitability of the transportation corridors to the location of the project. He reported water and sewer service would be provided by the East Adams County Metropolitan District. He stated several traffic improvements were planned in association with the project. Mr. Messenger addressed compatibility with adjacent land uses (current and anticipated). He addressed the railway line compatibility and provided a description of the noise study and expected existing conditions. He noted this was not significantly different from many other residential uses within the County currently impacted by roads and other sources of noise. Mr. Messenger reported there was one, at-grade rail crossing in Strasburg located 3,300 feet east of the site. He explained the train horn rule required the train to blow the horn between 15 and 20 seconds in advance of the crossing. He stated, during the noise study, no trains were observed over two days of testing. Mr. Messenger reported public services were available. He said no negative comments were received from service providers. He stated the development was a compact form of development that provided housing and commercial services within a reasonable distance. He stated the property would be protected from natural hazards through mitigating distance and design. He explained final arrangement of the buildings would be set out in the SDP and the Administrative Site Plan (ASP). Mr. Messenger believed the PDP met all applicable County standards. He stated other team members were available to answer questions.

Ms. Rieck opened the hearing for public comment. There were no public comments. The public hearing was closed. There were PC discussions related to the noise level as a result of the trains, safety, alternate locations, and much needed commercial services.

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The builder explained his history of living and working in the community and within a mile of the railroad. He noted there had been several community meetings held to get public and agency input. He reported people supported the age-restricted townhomes and did not object to the multi-family. He reported some young families wanted to live near their parents and be closer to schools and couldn t afford to buy elsewhere within Strasburg. He noted the need for additional commercial space and the businesses that are staying fully leased out or looking for new and larger space in Strasburg. He reported the rental market for homes in Strasburg was high, and they were looking to buy back some homes to rent out that would also enable the current owners to move up to larger homes now available in the area. He noted Colfax was not a heavily traveled road in Strasburg; however, additional lanes and intersection improvements would be added to help with current needs even without this project, but with no way to fund them. He noted where you could hear the train depended on which way the wind was blowing, so people close by might not hear it when people farther away might hear it. He explained that being farther away did not ensure the train noise wouldn t be an impact or that the proposed location would make the sound more of an issue. He noted the outreach done to ensure that people had an opportunity to know about the project and provide input. He also addressed the eight-foot- high fence that would increase the safety and separation from the railroad tracks. There were continued discussions about age-restricted housing versus multi-family, the need for an adequate noise study, safety, proximity of the railroad to homes, need for affordable housing in the area, and overall housing demands in the area. It was moved by Ms. Latsis and duly seconded by Mr. Sall, in the case of Z17-001, Strasburg Station / Preliminary Development Plan Amendment, that the Planning Commission reviewed the staff report, including all exhibits and attachments, and listened to the applicant s presentation and the public comment as presented at the public hearing and move to recommend approval of this application based on the findings in the staff report, subject to the following conditions:

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Prior to signature of the final copy of these plans, the

applicant must address Public Works Staff comments and concerns.

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The applicant shall identify and implement noise mitigation measures in a future application for Specific Development

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Plan. In order to establish what noise mitigation measures to use, the applicant shall conduct a noise study that measures the decibels of one or more passing train(s) on the adjacent rail line as part of the Specific Development Plan application.

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A fence or wall with a minimum height of eight feet with No

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Trespassing signs shall be installed to prevent trespassing onto the Union Pacific Railroad property.

4. A note shall be added to the Preliminary Development Plan Amendment and future Specific Development Plan alerting future residents of the development that there will be noise and vibrations from passing trains and the train volume may increase in the future.
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The applicant shall comply with CDOT s comments.

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Cash-in-lieu of public land dedication shall be calculated

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Ms. Rieck, No; Ms. Chaffin, No; Mr. Miller; Yes; Mr. Brummel, No; Mr. Sall, Yes; Ms. Latsis; Yes, Ms. Wollman, Yes.

ITEM 2 Case No. P17-003, Central Park Center 01 / Popeye s Louisiana Kitchen / Final Development Plan Bill Skinner, Senior Planner, Public Works and Development (PWD)

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Mr. Skinner noted a minor issue with the notice. He reported the applicant came in from out of town and did not have Form B, but indicated the sign was placed on the property at least 15 days prior to the hearing.

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Mr. Hill stated if the applicant was present and would attest to the posting, then the Planning Commission could proceed.

Mr. Skinner introduced the application and provided context for the location of the property within the Central Park Shopping Center at Iliff and Quebec. He noted the shopping center had been in place for many years. He reported the pad had never been developed and was paved as part of the parking lot. Mr. Skinner provided an introduction for the application received and the general details of the development as outlined in the staff report. He reported the underlying Preliminary Development Plan (PDP) was approved under the 1985 Land Development Code. He stated the application

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complied with the requirements put into place with the PDP and also complied with the Four Square Mile SubArea Plan approved at a later date. Mr. Skinner reported the application proposed some signage that did not comply with current regulations. He said the applicant was requesting consideration as part of the FDP for different signage. He indicated the signage was consistent with the scale of the shopping center and its location. Mr. Skinner noted the fire district s comments applied to the building permit process in addition to the FDP process under consideration. He stated those comments could be addressed as the development moved forward. He also noted the age of the PDP did not allow this FDP to go to the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) on a streamlined process (i.e., being placed on the consent agenda), so there would be a public hearing.

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Tim Barley, HZ Props RE, LTD, applicant, stated he did not have a presentation, but would be glad to answer questions.

There were discussions about franchise standards and consistency and the variations of these things between jurisdictions. It was noted the area was in need of commercial services. Ms. Rieck opened the hearing for public comments. There were no public comments. The public hearing was closed. It was moved by Ms. Chaffin and duly seconded by Ms. Wollman, in the case of P17-003, Central Park Center 01 / Popeye s Louisiana Kitchen / Final Development Plan, that the Planning Commission reviewed the staff report, including all exhibits and attachments and listened to the applicant s presentation and any public comment as presented at the hearing and move to recommend approval of this application based on the findings in the staff report, subject to the following conditions:

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Prior to signature of the final copy of these plans, the applicant must address Public Works Staff comments and concerns.

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The applicant will address Cunningham Fire Protection District Concerns.

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The applicant will address Xcel Energy Company concerns.

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Ms. Rieck, Yes; Ms. Chaffin, Yes; Mr. Miller; Yes; Mr. Brummel, Yes; Mr. Sall, Yes; Ms. Latsis; Yes, Ms. Wollman, Yes.

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STUDY SESSION ITEMS:

ITEM 3 Case No. LR18-001, Sheriff s Hazard Mitigation Plan Discussions Jan Yeckes, Planning Division Manager Ms. Yeckes explained the relationship between the Hazard Mitigation Plan and the Comprehensive Plan and the reasons staff was recommending approval of the document, by reference, as an element of the Comprehensive Plan. There were discussions regarding how hazards were determined and if there were conflicts between the two documents. Ashley Cappel, Office of Emergency Management, addressed the purpose of the plan. She reported the public and stakeholders had been involved, collaboratively, to address how to prevent risks, when possible, and when not possible, how to recover from hazards that impacted the community. Nathan Fogg, Office of Emergency Management, stated he was the closest thing to a hazard cop the County had. He explained how the plan helped to avoid guessing. He shared how data was used in the development of the recommendations in the plan. He noted opposition tended to occur during climate change discussions. He explained the intent was not to debate the related political issues, but to address how we responded to weather impacts, lack of water that affected risk of fire, etc.
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Ms. Yeckes explained no formal action was needed by the Planning Commission. She asked the Commissioners to submit any questions they might have to staff, prior to the upcoming hearing.

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ADJOURNMENT There being no further business to come before the Planning Commission, the meeting was adjourned.

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Date: April 9, 2018

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To: Planning Commission

Through: Chuck Haskins, Engineering Services Division Manager
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From: Cathleen Valencia, Engineering Services Division

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Subject: Master Drainage Plan for Kiowa Creek and Tributaries

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Direction/Information: The Engineering Services Division (ESD) is requesting a study session to introduce the BOCC to the Master Drainage Plan for Kiowa Creek and Tributaries (MDP) that was recently finalized and to explain how it can be used as a reference for future development within that watershed study area. ESD would then later bring the MDP to the Board for formal adoption by Board resolution at a public meeting.

Once adopted or as part of the initial adoption, ESD would also request that a Kiowa Creek Drainage Basin Fee be adopted that would be applied as an impact fee to all new development and would be based on new impervious areas that would be created by development in the area. This fee would be intended to cover or defray the costs of the bridge, culvert or other drainageway improvements that are recommended under the MDP. ESD is presenting the Master Drainage Plan to the Planning Commission for informational purposes and to receive Planning Commission input. Request and Recommendation This MDP presents the results of hydrologic and hydraulic analyses for Kiowa Creek and its tributaries within Arapahoe County, Colorado. The analyses were focused on select drainage infrastructure to evaluate flood risk at known roadway crossing locations. Hydrologic and hydraulic results were used to propose drainage infrastructure recommendations throughout the study area adequate in detail to properly plan bridges and culvert crossings, plan for new drainageway facilities, permit the acquisition of needed right-of-way and enable the County to permit new subdivisions and buildings in the study area with full knowledge of the area floodplains and stormwater infrastructure requirements. General flood control and flood mitigation recommendations for the Kiowa Creek watershed study area are as follows:
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The County continue to monitor land use changes in the watershed. As development occurs and the future land use differs from those assumed in the MDP, the County should take steps to reduce the proposed new development runoff rates and volumes to those outlined in the MDP.

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The County should continue to implement floodplain management policies and regulations. Development of habitable structures within the 100-year floodplain should be avoided.

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The County should continue to participate in FEMA s flood insurance Community Rating System and educational programs.

4. The County and applicable property owners should proactively attempt to stabilize waterways as the surrounding watershed continues to develop. Erosion and sediment transport should be monitored and mitigated during all construction activities. Existing waterways that exhibit signs of degradation or instability should be monitored and mitigated, to the greatest extent possible, preferably using stream restoration best practices that promote a healthy, natural waterway. 5. Discuss waterway crossings, in association with Arapahoe County 2035 Transportation Plan. The Public Works and Development Department (PWD) and ESD recommend that the Board adopt the MDP so that is can be used as a reference and also recommends developing a Kiowa Creek Drainage Basin Fee as described herein. For larger developments adjacent to the Kiowa Creek floodplain, staff may make recommendations to improve channel stability pursuant to recommendations within the MDP. Background Kiowa Creek is a northward-flowing stream with source areas in the Platte River-Arkansas River divide area east of the Front Range. The MDP study area included Kiowa Creek and its tributaries north of the Arapahoe County/Elbert County borderline and south of the Arapahoe County/Adams County borderline. Kiowa Creek is the first drainageway studied by the County outside of Urban Drainage and Flood Control District (UDFCD) and Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority (SEMSWA) boundaries.

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The MDP focuses on the portion of Kiowa Creek and its tributaries within Arapahoe County, which cover approximately 42 square miles. In the study area, Kiowa Creek winds its way from the Elbert County line to the Adams County line, traversing roughly 75,000 ft. with an average slope of 0.0046 ft/ft. The creek crosses County Line Road, East Quincy Avenue, and I-70, with each crossing being a multi-span bridge configuration. There are several tributaries primarily to the west of Kiowa Creek that cross Brick Center Road (CR 129) and East Quincy Avenue that were also studied as part of this MDP.

The Arapahoe County Comprehensive Master Plan (ACCMP) was used to develop hydrology in the drainage basin. The ACCMP indicated that the area north of E. 6th Avenue could develop as densely as one dwelling unit per acre, while the area south of E. 6th Avenue is proposed to remain more rural with A-1 and A-E zoning with 19-acre and 35-acre sites, respectively. These densities were used to estimate future impervious area in the basin. Future flow increases in the basin are mostly due to upstream potential development in Elbert County and El Paso County. Two public outreach meetings were held with residents adjacent to the main stem of Kiowa Creek and its tributaries. The first public meeting was an open house to give residents the opportunity to comment on the project and inform the County to any known drainage problems. The second public meeting was an overview of the project with another opportunity for public comment. In addition to the public meetings a Kiowa Creek MDP website was created to allow for public comment. Upon completion of the MDP the County reached out to El Paso County and Elbert County but neither commented on the study.
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Page 3 of 6 There are no plans to modify the effective Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) with a Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) of the newly delineated floodplain for Kiowa Creek. The County plans on continuing to use the Approximate A-Zone as the regulatory floodplain while using the MDP as a supplement. The current regulatory floodplain is more conservative but the MDP delineates the floodplain for the tributaries, therefore both will be beneficial as development occurs. Discussion Based on the hydrologic and hydraulic analysis, the main alternatives that were considered for this analysis include floodplain preservation, crossing structure improvements, detention ponds, and maintaining the status quo. The Recommended Plan was chosen based on a combination of quantitative and qualitative measurements. The Recommended Plan consisted of: Floodplain preservation in most reaches Crossing structure improvements Maintaining the status quo in several reaches
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The proposed recommendations in the MDP may be implemented at any time, in any sequence. However, certain improvements may be qualitatively deemed more critical considering a number of factors including: risk to public infrastructure users, magnitude of existing deficiency, and impacts to public and private properties. For instance, replacing a bridge on a major arterial highway that may be overtopped in frequent storm events is typically considered a higher priority project than the construction of a small grade control structure located in a rural, undeveloped area without any immediately adjacent habitable structures or infrastructure. As such, it is recommended that the Crossing Structures on East Quincy Avenue in Kiowa Creek Reach 3 and on East County Line Road in Kiowa Creek Reach 5 be prioritized given the roadway designations when other roadway improvements are made. The bank stabilization measures and grade control structures should be constructed in accordance with watershed development unless significant erosion is observed along the reach. Individual structures and bank stabilization measures may be implemented as field conditions dictate.

For Crossing Structures in this area, the County and CDOT have several key criteria: bridges on County roads require 3 feet of freeboard, and bridges on CDOT roads require 4 feet of freeboard. The capacity for culverts on local roads limits the maximum allowable headwater of 1.5 times the culvert diameter, and arterial roads limit the maximum allowable headwater to 1.2 times the culvert diameter. For culvert crossings that required additional capacity, it was assumed that existing structures would typically remain in place, and additional culverts of similar size would be added. For bridges that did not meet the respective design criteria, improvements were based on reconstructing the bridges to raise the bridge s low chord elevation rather than lengthening the bridge to provide additional capacity until the required freeboard was met. Raising rather than lengthening will better fit the geometry of the existing drainageways and should be more cost effective as well. The three bridges over the main stem of Kiowa Creek are proposed to be raised to meet the freeboard criteria for high-debris streams, which is 3 feet for Quincy Avenue and County Line Road which are County arterial roads (although this section of County Line Road is maintained by Elbert County) and 4 feet for I-70 which is a CDOT facility. Ten culverts are proposed to be upgraded where the roadways are overtopped or the County s headwater to diameter (HW/D) ratio criteria are not met. Existing culvert materials vary but primarily consist of corrugated metal pipes (CMP), reinforced concrete pipe (RCP), and concrete box culvert (CBC); however, the proposed improvements are limited to either RCP or CBC.

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Page 4 of 6 As part of the MDP, Pinyon Environmental completed an Environmental Assessment Report to address existing conditions regarding biological resources and protected species in the area immediately around Kiowa Creek and its main tributaries in Arapahoe County in order to inform the development of drainage alternatives to help minimize adverse environmental impacts. The following conditions were assessed: Wetland and riparian zones in the study area were mapped and represented graphically. Suitable habitat for federal and state threatened and endangered species was assessed.
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Wetlands were classified using the Colorado Functional Assessment of Colorado Wetlands methodology.

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Alternatives At this point the purpose of the study session is educational and to seek direction from the Board on adoption of the MDP and some appropriate basin impact fees. Ultimately, the alternatives would be to adopt the MDP or not. Also, if so directed by the Board, ESD can bring more detail on basin impact fees for further consideration by the Board. As alternatives relative to the basin fees the Board would likewise have the alterative of adopting appropriate basin fees or not.

Fiscal Impact All construction costs were estimated through the UDFCD Cost Estimator for Master Planning, UD-COST Version 2.1. This master planning cost estimation tool was populated for crossing structure improvements, channel stabilization, and detention ponds. Crossing Structure-only capital costs are estimated to be 4,235,734.00. A total construction cost of the master planned improvements is 79,680,118 for the capital improvements or 86,514,008 when considering the maintenance costs over 50 years. These costs are summarized in the following Appendix A. Preliminary Kiowa Creek Basin Fees have been calculated as sub-basin fees, overall basin fees, and impervious acre versus total acre and are shown in Appendix B.

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Concurrence The Engineering Services Division, Capital Improvement Program and Open Space, Parks and Trails will be affected by the recommendation of the BOCC. All Divisions support the adoption of the MDP.

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PWD supports the adoption of a Kiowa Creek Drainage Basin Fee.

Attorney Comments None at this time. Reviewed By:
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Cathleen Valencia, Engineering Services Division Chuck Haskins, Engineering Services Division Manager Brian Love, CIP Program Manager Robert Hill, County Attorney

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Page 5 of 6 Appendix A
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Recommended Plan Cost Summary

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Page 6 of 6 ARAPAHOE COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING
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SUBJECT: SD18-001, ILIFF AVENUE METRO DISTRICT SERVICE PLANS Jason Reynolds, Planner April 4, 2018

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VICINITY MAP The site is located west of S Yosemite Street, extending with various properties towards S. Wabash Street, between E Iliff Avenue on the south and E Warren Avenue on the north. The site is in Commissioner District 4.

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ADJACENT ZONING, SUBDIVISION, AND LAND USES:

North - R-1 zoned residential and MU-PUD zoned industrial uses South - MU-PUD zoned residential in the Cherry Creek Country Club across E Iliff Avenue East - R-4 PUD zoned residential townhomes across S Yosemite Street West - R-1 and MU-PUD zoned commercial, office, and residential uses. PROPOSAL: The applicant s representative, Collins Cockrel Cole P.C., and the owner Alpert Development, propose the establishment of a metropolitan district to serve the Iliff Avenue Townhomes and Highline Creek Estates developments. The metro district would serve about 189 residential units (68 attached single-family/townhomes and 121 single-family detached homes). This request provides for the financing, construction, and operation of the following public improvements: water, sanitary sewer and storm drainage, streets, traffic and safety controls, and park and recreation improvements. The District anticipates owning, operating and maintaining a public pool, clubhouse, and common areas and contracting with a homeowner association for the provision of services. The maximum amount of total debt obligation in aggregate is 7,500,000 (seven million five hundred thousand dollars). Any construction costs for public improvements in excess of the District's debt capacity will be contributed to the District by the developer. The proposed maximum mill levy for the debt service will be 50 mills, with an additional 10 mills possible for operations, maintenance, and administrative costs. RECOMMENDATIONS
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Staff: Staff recommends APPROVAL of the application, subject to conditions of approval.

I.
BACKGROUND

The BOCC approved the Iliff Avenue Townhomes Final Development Plan (FDP) and Final Plat (FP) on August 2, 2016, and they also approved the Highline Creek Estates FDP and FP on March 20, 2018. The property owner of these two developments felt that he needed to have a metropolitan district in order to help finance the infrastructure and services for these two developments.

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DISCUSSION

Staff review of this application included a comparison of the project to policies and goals outlined in the Comprehensive Plan, a review of pertinent State Statutes and zoning regulations, background activity, an analysis of referral comments, and other issues.

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1. The Comprehensive Plan

The Comprehensive Plan/Four Square Mile Sub-Area Plan designates this site as Mixed Use . The service plans will help provide infrastructure and services to the proposed Iliff Avenue Townhomes and Highline Creek Estates developments.
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Ordinance Review/State Code Evaluation

The County Land Development Code does not address service district issues, so staff evaluates such requests in accordance with provisions of Colorado Revised Statutes (C.R.S.). The statutory requirements include a statement of introduction and general overview, the stated need for the service district or amendment, including the powers of the district, and a specific description of facilities and improvements. The State Code gives the BOCC significant power whether or not to recommend approval of the creation of a quasi-governmental jurisdiction within its boundaries. The applicant has provided the stipulated information. Subsection 32-1-203(2) of the C.R.S. requires that the Board of County Commissioners shall DISAPPROVE an application for a service district unless satisfactory evidence is provided to the Board in response to the following four criteria. The applicant s responses are incorporated as part of the enclosed service plans. Following are Staff responses based on analysis of application SD18-001:

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There is sufficient existing and projected need for organized service in the area to

be serviced by the District; In order to provide sufficient infrastructure and services for the Iliff Avenue Townhomes and Highline Creek Estates developments, the proposed district appears to be necessary. Therefore there is a need for the proposed improvements and services for the proposed developments.

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The existing service in the area to be served by the District is inadequate for present and projected needs;

There are currently some services in the area of the proposed Iliff Avenue Townhomes and Highline Creek Estates developments. The existing services in the area are inadequate for the proposed developments and are therefore proposed to be provided through the new District.
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The District is capable of providing economical and sufficient service to the area within its boundaries;

The proposed service plan appears to be capable of providing sufficient future services to this area.
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4. The area included in the proposed special district has, or will have, the financial ability to discharge the proposed indebtedness on a reasonable basis;

The applicant has provided information that appears to show that the district has, or will have, the financial ability to discharge the proposed indebtedness on a reasonable basis. The County hired Ehlers, Inc. to review the financial aspects of the service plan and Jim Harrington with Ehlers said that the service plan addressed previous comments. Subsection 32-1-203(2.5) of the C.R.S. requires that the Board of County Commissioners may DISAPPROVE an application for service district unless satisfactory evidence is provided to the Board in response to the following five criteria. The applicant s responses are incorporated as part of the enclosed service plans. Following are Staff responses based on analysis of application SD18-001:

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Adequate service is not, and will not be, available to the area through Arapahoe

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County, or other existing municipal or quasi-municipal corporations, including existing special districts, within a reasonable time and on a comparable basis;

Adequate service is not or does not appear to be available through Arapahoe County, or other existing municipal or quasi-municipal corporations, including existing special districts, within a reasonable time and on a comparable basis, as proposed by the Iliff Avenue Metropolitan District. 2. The facility and service standards of the District are compatible with the facility and service standards of Arapahoe County and for each municipality in which the District is located and for each municipality which is an interested party under sub- section 32-1-204(1) of the C.R.S. The applicant has indicated that the facilities, infrastructure, and services will meet County standards.

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The proposal is in substantial compliance with a master plan adopted pursuant to

sub-section 30-28-108 of the C.R.S. The service plan appears to be in compliance with the Arapahoe County Comprehensive Plan in that the Mixed Use designation of the Four Square Mile Subarea Plan provides for urban/suburban development.
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The proposal is in compliance with any duly adopted county, regional, or state

long-range water quality management plan for the area.
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Staff is not aware of a conflict with this provision.

5. The creation of the proposed special district will be in the best interest of the area proposed to be served.

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Staff finds that the service plan appears to be in the best interest of those who will be served, based primarily on the need for infrastructure and services for the Iliff Avenue Townhomes and Highline Creek Estates development.

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Other Issues:

County Financial Consultant: The County hired a financial consultant to review the Service Plans. The consultant initially raised a few issues to which the applicant s representative responded to them. Afterwards the consultant did not have any objection to the Service Plan.
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Referral Comments

Comments received as a result of the referral process are as follows: County Engineer - Engineering had several comments, which the applicant will address. County Mapping - Comments on the legal description, which the applicant will address. Cherry Creek Water and Sanitation District - No concerns. SEMSWA - SEMSWA had several comments about responsibility for stormwater improvements. The applicant will work with SEMSWA to adjust some of the service plan wording. Four Square Mile Area and Neighborhood Group - No responses.

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Arapahoe County Open Spaces - No response.

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Arapahoe County Assessor - No response.

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STAFF FINDINGS

Staff has reviewed the plans and supporting documentation and the referral comments in response to this application. Based upon review of applicable policies and goals in the Comprehensive Plan, the development ordinances, C.R.S. criteria, and analysis of referral comments, our findings include:

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C.R.S. 32-1-203(2) requires that the Board of County Commissioners SHALL

disapprove the service plan unless evidence satisfactory to the Board of each of the (criteria) is presented. The applicant appears to have provided sufficient documentation to support the district service plan in accordance with this Statute criteria.

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There are existing and projected needs for infrastructure and organized services in the area of the proposed district.

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3. The applicant appears to have provided sufficient documentation to support the proposed district service plan in accordance with C.R.S. criteria: 32-1-203(2.5) which states that the Board of County Commissioners MAY disapprove the service plan unless evidence satisfactory to the board of any of the other criteria, at the discretion of the board, is not presented.

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Adequate service is not available through Arapahoe County or other special districts for the proposed development.

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The proposed special districts appear to be in the best interest of those who will be served.

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The applicant appears to have met the procedural requirements for the service plan and associated special district.

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RECOMMENDATION

Considering the findings and other information provided herein, staff recommends APPROVAL of Case No. SD18-001, Iliff Avenue Service Plan, subject to the following conditions of approval:

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The applicant will make changes or modifications to the Service Plan as recommended by the Planning Division.

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The applicant will address any internal or external referral comments.

Staff recommendation for approval is based upon: The proposed use conforms to the criteria outlined in sub-section 32-1-203(2) and

(2.5) of the Colorado Revised Statutes as long as the proposed developments are approved; and

Staff Findings 1 through 6.
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DRAFT MOTIONS

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APPROVAL WITH CONDITIONS (consistent with Staff Recommendation): In the case of SD18-001, Iliff Avenue Metropolitan District Service Plan, I have reviewed the staff report, including all exhibits and attachments and have listened to the applicant s presentation and any public comment as presented at the hearing and hereby move to recommend approval of this application based on the findings in the staff report, subject to the following conditions:

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The applicant will make changes or modifications to the Service Plan as recommended by the Planning Division.

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The applicant will address any internal or external referral comments.

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Alternate Motions: Any alternate motion must include new findings and conditions where those differ from the Staff-recommended findings and conditions.

APPROVAL WITH CHANGES: In the case of SD18-001, Iliff Avenue Metropolitan District Service Plan, I have reviewed the staff report, including all exhibits and attachments and have listened to the applicant s presentation and any public comment as presented at the hearing and hereby move to recommend approval of this application based on the findings in the staff report, subject to the following amended conditions:

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State any new or amended findings to support PC recommendation of Approval, With Changes.

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State any new or amended conditions if the motion is for Approval, with Changes.

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DENIAL: In the case of SD18-001, Iliff Avenue Metropolitan District Service Plan, I have reviewed the staff report, including all exhibits and attachments and have listened to the applicant s presentation and the public comment as presented at the hearing and hereby move to recommend denial of this application based on the following findings:

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State new findings in support of motion to recommend Denial.

Attachments

- Service Plan for the Iliff Avenue Metropolitan District - Referral Responses

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ILIFF AVENUE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT ARAPAHOE COUNTY COLORADO SERVICE PLAN Arapahoe County Case No. SD18-001

Prepared by: Collins Cockrel Cole, PC 390 Union Blvd., Suite 400 Submitted: March 16, 2018 Denver, Colorado 80028 Resubmittal: April 2, 2018

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TABLE OF CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................... 1

A.
Overview........................................................................................................ 1 B. Statutory Contents of Service Plan. ............................................................... 2 C. Modification of Service Plan. ........................................................................ 3 D. Statutory Criteria............................................................................................ 4

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PURPOSE AND INTENT OF THE DISTRICT....................................................... 5 A. Purpose and Intent. ........................................................................................ 5 B. Need for District. .......................................................................................... 5 C. General Powers. ............................................................................................ 5

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Powers Regarding Services and Facilities. ....................................... 6 a. Streets. ................................................................................... 6 b. Traffic and Safety Controls. .................................................. 6 c. Water. .................................................................................... 6 d. Storm and Sanitary Sewer. .................................................... 6 e. Parks and Recreation. ............................................................ 6

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Miscellaneous Powers. ...................................................................... 7 a. Legal Powers. ........................................................................ 7 b. Other. .................................................................................... 7

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BOUNDARIES, POPULATION VALUATION.................................................. 7 IV. DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENTS AND FACILITIES................................... 8

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Type of Improvements. ................................................................................. 8 B. Description of Existing Conditions. .............................................................. 8 C. Anticipated Development. ............................................................................ 8 D. Public Improvement Schedule. ..................................................................... 8 E. Construction Standards. ................................................................................ 8 F. Dedication of Improvements. ........................................................................ 9 G. Ownership and Operation of Facilities by the District. ................................ 9 H. Acquisition of Land for Public Improvements. .............................................10 I. Services to be Provided by Other Governmental Entities. ............................10

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FINANCIAL PLAN...................................................................................................10 A. General. .........................................................................................................10 B. Debt Issuance/Debt Limitation. ....................................................................10 C. Identification of District Revenue/Mill Levy Cap. .......................................11 D. Security for Debt. ..........................................................................................13 E. Financial Plan. ...............................................................................................13 F. Regional Improvements. ...............................................................................13 G. Services of District. .......................................................................................13

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ANNUAL REPORT ..................................................................................................14 VII. LANDOWNERS PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS........................................................15 VIII. MODIFICATION OF SERVICE PLAN...................................................................15

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RESOLUTION OF APPROVAL ..............................................................................15 XI. DISSOLUTION OF DISTRICT................................................................................15 XII. NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION ...............................................................................15 XIII. ENTITLEMENT TO FUNDS ...................................................................................15 XIV. MISCELLANEOUS ..................................................................................................16 XV. STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS............................................................................16

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LIST OF EXHIBITS

EXHIBIT A LEGAL DESCRIPTION
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EXHIBIT B BOUNDARY MAP

EXHIBIT C VICINITY MAP EXHIBIT D DESCRIPTION OF FACILITIES AND COSTS EXHIBIT E FINANCIAL PLAN EXHIBIT F ARAPAHOE COUNTY RESOLUTION OF APPROVAL (to be added) 00577852.DOCX / 4 Resubmitted April 2, 2018 ILIFF AVENUE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT SERVICE PLAN
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I.
INTRODUCTION A. Overview

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This Service Plan ( Service Plan ) is submitted pursuant to the Special District Control

Act, 32-1-201, et seq., C.R.S., for the Iliff Avenue Metropolitan District (the District ). The District will provide essential public improvements and services for a new residential community known as Highline Estates and Iliff Avenue Townhomes located entirely within unincorporated Arapahoe County ( Arapahoe County or the County ). This Service Plan addresses the improvements and services which are expected to be provided by the District. The District contains two subdivisions: (1) the Iliff Avenue Townhomes parcel containing approximately 3.5
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acres of vacant land bounded on the south by East Iliff Avenue and adjacent to the Highline Estates

parcel; and (2) the Highline Estates parcel containing approximately 8.6 acres bounded on the south by East Iliff Avenue, on the east by South Yosemite Street and on the north by East Warren Street, both as shown on the attached Boundary Map and Vicinity Map Exhibits. The Iliff Avenue District will consist of approximately 189 residential units - 68 attached single-family units and
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121 single-family detached homes.

The purpose of the District is to finance, design, construct, acquire and maintain public

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improvements for the Iliff Avenue developments. The majority of the public improvements will

be dedicated to the County, Cherry Creek Valley Water and Sanitation District ( CCVWSD ), a homeowners association, or remain with the District. Improvements to be provided by the District shall be limited to the facilities and improvements described in Section II below, consisting of water, sanitary sewer and storm drainage, streets, traffic and safety controls, and park and
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recreation improvements. The District anticipates owning, operating and maintaining a public

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pool, clubhouse, and common areas and contracting with a homeowners association for the

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provision of services. Except as specified herein, the District will not construct or own any

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improvements, will not provide for any maintenance, repair, or operations of any improvements,

and will not perform any services, without the consent of the County as evidenced by the prior written approval of the County. The combined total estimated cost of the public improvements for the District is Five
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Million Seven Hundred and Seventy-Two Thousand Six Hundred Forty Dollars ( 5,772,640),

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exclusive of organizational costs, interest on amounts borrowed from Organizer/Developer and

other similar costs as well as the cost of debt issuances. The District anticipates the issuance of

general obligation bonds or other form of debt, in the amount of approximately Six Million Two

Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars ( 6,250,000) in order to finance the public improvements. Construction costs for public improvements in excess of the District's debt capacity at the time of debt issuance will be contributed to the District by the Developer. The organizer of the District and developer of the project is Alpert Development, Inc., a
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Colorado corporation (the Organizer or Developer ). This Service Plan has been prepared by

the Organizer and the following consultants:
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Organizer Alpert Development, Inc. 1201 South Parker Road, Suite 200 Denver, CO 80231 (303) 283-3103

District Counsel Collins Cockrel Cole, PC 390 Union Blvd, Suite 400 Denver, CO 80228 (303) 986-1551 Financial Advisor/District Accountant Simmons Wheeler, P.C. 304 Inverness Way South, Suite 490 Englewood, CO 80112 (303) 689-0833 B. Statutory Contents of Service Plan. 1. A description of the proposed services can be found in Sections II and IV of this Service Plan;
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2.
A financial plan showing how the proposed services are to be financed can

be found attached hereto as Exhibit E; 3. A preliminary engineering cost estimate survey showing the proposed

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services are to be provided can be found attached hereto as Exhibit D;

00577852.DOCX / 4 Resubmitted April 2, 2018 -3- 4. A map of the District's boundaries can be found attached hereto as Exhibit B and an estimate of the population and valuation for assessment of the District can be found in Section III of this Service Plan;

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5.
A general description of facilities to be constructed and the standards of

such construction, including a statement of how the facility and service standards of the District

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are compatible with facility and service standards of the County and of municipalities and special

districts which are interested parties pursuant to 32-1-204(1), C.R.S. can be found in Section IV of this Service Plan;

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6.
A general description of the proposed indebtedness and estimated proposed

maximum interest rates and discounts, and other major expenses related to the organization and initial operation of the District can be found in the Financing Plan attached hereto as Exhibit E; and
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7.
There are no proposed agreements with any political subdivision for the

No additional detail provided

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performance of any services between District and such other political subdivision.

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C.
Modification of Service Plan. While the assumptions upon which this Service Plan

is generally based are reflective of current zoning for the property within the District, the cost estimates and Financing Plan are sufficiently flexible to enable the District to provide the necessary services and facilities without the need for amendments to the Service Plan. Modification of the proposed configuration of improvements, scheduling of construction of such improvements, and

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the locations and dimensions of various facilities and improvements shall be permitted to

accommodate development needs, provided such modifications are consistent with zoning for the property and approved through the County's land development procedures. Other types of
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modifications, and the procedures for their review and approval, are as specified herein. All

improvements will be designed and constructed solely in accordance with the standards and specifications established by the County, and with the applicable standards and specifications of other governing public entities having jurisdiction, unless otherwise approved in advance and in writing by the County. Any material modifications to the Service Plan will be subject to the
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Service Plan amendment process, pursuant to 32-1-207(2), C.R.S.

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D.
Statutory Criteria

No additional detail provided

This Service Plan meets the review criteria set forth in 32-1-203(2) and (2.5), C.R.S.:

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1.
There is sufficient existing and projected need for organized service in the

area to be serviced by the District. Iliff Avenue is an in-fill project generally surrounded by residential, commercial, religious and government use properties. The District will provide basic

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public infrastructure to service the Iliff Avenue projects and provide high quality amenities that

will add value to the site and surrounding properties.

2.
The existing service in the area to be served by the District is inadequate for

present and projected needs. The current status of the property is undeveloped land. No other public entity is willing to construct and provide services to this project. It is cost prohibitive for the Developer to pass along the cost of public infrastructure, constructed to last for decades, to the first home buyers.
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3.
The District is capable of providing economical and sufficient service to the

proposed development within its boundaries. The Capital Cost Estimate and Financial Plan

attached hereto demonstrate the District's ability to finance, design, construct and acquire the
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necessary public infrastructure in an economical and timely fashion.

E. The area to be included within the District does have and will have the financial ability to discharge the proposed indebtedness on a reasonable basis. The Financial Plan attached hereto utilizes a conservative approach to estimating the debt capacity of the District and allocates the cost of infrastructure over a reasonable time period for current and future property owners.
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F.
Adequate service is not, or will not be, available to the area through the county or

other existing municipal or quasi-municipal corporations, including existing special districts, within a reasonable time and on a comparable basis. The County and service districts listed in the Service Plan are not willing to extend services to this site. The Developer is required to install and

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dedicate public infrastructure.

G. The facility and service standards of the special district are compatible with the facility and service standards of each county within which the special district is to be located and each municipality which is an interested party under Section 32-1-204 (1). The facilities and services contemplated in this Service Plan will be designed, constructed, installed and maintained to the standards and requirements, and rules and regulations of Arapahoe County, CCVWSD, and SEMSWA, as applicable. 00577852.DOCX / 4 Resubmitted April 2, 2018 -5-
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H.
The proposal is in substantial compliance with a master plan adopted pursuant to

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Section 30-28-106, C.R.S. This Service Plan is in substantial compliance with the Arapahoe

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County Comprehensive Plan and the Four Square Mile Sub-Area Plan.

No additional detail provided

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I.
The proposal is in compliance with any duly adopted county, regional, or state long-

range water quality management plan for the area. The facilities contemplated herein are in substantial compliance with Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority requirements, as the controlling jurisdictional entity. J. The creation of the special district will be in the best interests of the area to be
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served. The District is capable of providing public infrastructure in an economical and timely

fashion for the Iliff Avenue projects.

II.
PURPOSE AND INTENT OF THE DISTRICT A. Purpose and Intent.

The District will provide financing, acquisition and construction of certain essential public- purpose facilities for the use and benefit of inhabitants and taxpayers within the boundaries of the

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District. The District acknowledges the need and its intent to cooperate with the County to serve

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and promote the health, safety, prosperity, security and general welfare of its inhabitants. The

certified resolution of Arapahoe County Board of County Commissioners approving this Service Plan, required by 32-1-205, C.R.S., will be attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit F. The approval of this Service Plan does not obligate the County to approve any zoning, subdivision, planning, building permit, or other land use matter for the owners of property in the District.
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B.
Need for District.

There is no other public entity willing and able to design, finance and construct the improvements needed for the project. The County does not consider it feasible or practicable to provide the services and facilities generally described herein. Formation of the District is

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necessary in order that the public improvements required for the project be provided in the most

economic and efficient manner possible.

C.
General Powers.

The proposed District will have the power and authority to provide the services and facilities generally described in this Service Plan. 00577852.DOCX / 4 Resubmitted April 2, 2018 -6-

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1.
Powers Regarding Services and Facilities.

The District shall have authority to finance, design, construct, acquire, install,

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relocate, operate and maintain the following services and facilities within and without its

boundaries as necessary to serve the project:

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a.
Streets.

Streets, curbs, gutters, culverts, other drainage facilities, sidewalks, parking facilities, paving, lighting, grading, utility relocation necessitated by public rights-of-way,

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monumentation, signage, snow removal, streetscapes and related landscaping and irrigation

improvements, together with all necessary, incidental and appurtenant facilities, equipment, land
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and easements and extensions of and improvements to such facilities.

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b.
Traffic and Safety Controls.

Traffic and safety protection facilities and services provided through traffic and safety controls and devices on streets including traffic signals and signage, striping, area identification signs, directional assistance, driver information signs, lighting, and related landscaping and irrigation improvements, together with all necessary, incidental and appurtenant facilities, equipment, land and easements, and extensions of and improvements to such facilities.

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c.
Water.

No additional detail provided

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Water supply system improvements, including any associated water rights

costs, storage facilities, transmission and distribution lines for domestic use, fire hydrants, meters,
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facilities, equipment, and related landscaping and irrigation improvements, together with all

No additional detail provided

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necessary, incidental and appurtenant facilities, equipment, land and easements, and extensions of

No additional detail provided

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and improvements to such facilities.

No additional detail provided

d.
Storm and Sanitary Sewer.

Storm and sanitary sewer collection and transmission improvements, including storage facilities, collection mains and laterals, transmission lines, storm sewer, flood and surface drainage facilities and systems, and related landscaping and irrigation improvements, together with all necessary, incidental and appurtenant facilities, equipment, land and easements and extensions of and improvements to such facilities.

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e.
Parks and Recreation.

00577852.DOCX / 4 Resubmitted April 2, 2018 -7- Public park, open space and recreation facilities or services, including a pool and club house, parks, bike paths, pedestrian ways, signage, monumentation, playground areas,

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public area landscaping and weed control, streetscaping, perimeter fencing, outdoor lighting, and

related landscaping and irrigation improvements, together with all necessary, incidental and

appurtenant facilities, equipment, land and easements, and extensions of and improvements to such facilities.

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2.
Miscellaneous Powers.

The District shall have the following miscellaneous powers with respect to activities to be conducted pursuant to this Service Plan:

a.
Legal Powers.

The powers of the District will be exercised by its Board of Directors to the

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extent necessary to provide the services contemplated in this Service Plan. The foregoing

facilities, improvements, programs and services will be undertaken in accordance with, and

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pursuant to, the procedures and conditions contained in the Special District Act, 32-1-101,

et seq., C.R.S., other applicable statutes and this Service Plan, as any or all of the same may be amended from time to time. However, the District shall not be authorized to undertake any eminent domain actions, pursuant to 32-1-1004(4), C.R.S., without prior approval from the County.

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b.
Other.

In addition to the powers enumerated above, the Board of Directors of the

District shall also have the authority to exercise all necessary and implied powers under Title 32,

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C.R.S. in the reasonable discretion of the Board of Directors of the District, subject to and in

accordance with the powers and limitations described herein.

III. BOUNDARIES, POPULATION VALUATION The property included in the District is located entirely within unincorporated Arapahoe County and the District boundaries contain approximately 12.10 acres of vacant land (the

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Property ). A legal description of the Property is attached as Exhibit A, a boundary map of the

District is attached as Exhibit B, and a vicinity map of the District is attached as Exhibit C. The estimated residential population of the District at full build-out is approximately 525

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people. The estimated assessed valuation of the District at full build-out is approximately

101,006,000, as shown in the Financial Plan, attached as Exhibit E.

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IV.
DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENTS AND FACILITIES

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A.
Type of Improvements.

The District will exercise the powers and authority described in Section II. The District

plans to provide for the financing, design, construction, acquisition and installation of public

facilities and improvements, as well as certain fees, as described in Exhibit D, the preliminary engineering and construction plans based on the construction standards of Arapahoe County, including the cost in current dollars of each improvement. Exhibit D is a preliminary list only and will be subject to modification and revision as

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engineering plans, financial factors, construction scheduling and costs may require. Improvements

not specifically described herein shall be permitted as long as they are necessary and appurtenant to those improvements contemplated in the Service Plan and are within the District s financial ability and legal ability to provide such improvements. The District shall be permitted to exercise its statutory powers and authority and to undertake the activities provided for in this Service Plan, either directly, by contract or by intergovernmental agreement. Where appropriate, the District will contract with other public and/or private entities to undertake such functions. B. Description of Existing Conditions. The area is undeveloped and is not served with the facilities and/or services proposed to be provided by the District. Approval of this Service Plan shall not indicate implicitly or expressly that any land use application now on file, or filed in the future, will be approved by the County.
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C.
Anticipated Development.

The Organizer of the District anticipates build-out to occur within six years from the date

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of organization. The anticipated absorption schedule is shown in the Financial Plan, attached

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hereto as Exhibit E.

D. Public Improvement Schedule.

Construction of the public improvements is expected to commence in 2018. The Developer

anticipates the completion of the construction of the improvements described in Exhibit D in 2020.
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E.
Construction Standards.

The District will ensure that the proposed improvements are designed and constructed in

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accordance with the applicable rules, regulations, ordinances, standards and specifications of

Arapahoe County and/or other governmental entities having jurisdiction, including, without limitation, the County s zoning, subdivision and building codes. Prior to construction, the District 00577852.DOCX / 4 Resubmitted April 2, 2018 -9- will obtain approval of civil engineering plans and obtain permits for construction and installation of improvements from Arapahoe County or other jurisdiction as required.
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F.
Dedication of Improvements.

The District expects to dedicate certain public street, storm drainage, traffic and safety and landscaping improvements to Arapahoe County associated with East Iliff Avenue. Maintenance

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of landscaping within street right-of-way will be the responsibility of the property owner. Water

and sanitary sewer improvements servicing the subdivisions will be dedicated to CCVWSD for

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ownership, operation and maintenance, pursuant to CCVWSD s Rules and Regulations and upon

No additional detail provided

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payment of all fees. Certain storm drainage improvements and appurtenances within the County s

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