Two residential developments on commissioners' agenda for a vote Tues August 14

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Jefferson County commissioners are expected to vote Tuesday on whether to allow two residential development proposals in Evergreen — one for 70 homes behind the Evergreen Safeway and the other for 100 multifamily units in El Rancho.

The proposal for property behind Safeway that runs north to Bank of the West would rezone 12.5 acres from Commercial 1 to Planned Development. The development would be called Pinecrest Mountain Village.

The other is a proposal to amend the Planned Development zoning for seven acres at Swede Gulch and El Rancho roads for 100 multifamily units.

Read more here: www.canyoncourier.com/content/two-reside...commissioners-agenda
By Deb Hurley Brobst
Friday, August 10, 2018
13 Aug 2018 11:10 #1

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This is the case for the Village at Elk Rest Meadows: 17-108403RZ
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13 Aug 2018 19:10 #2
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Commissioners approve rezoning property behind Safeway for 70 homes

Jefferson County commissioners on Tuesday unanimously approved rezoning property behind the Evergreen Safeway for 70 homes.

Madrid had said the Planning and Zoning Department received 13 letters in favor of the proposal and one against.

Read more here: www.canyoncourier.com/content/commission...ind-safeway-70-homes
Friday, August 10, 2018 at 5:33 pm (Updated: August 15, 1:18 pm)

Commissioners deny El Rancho proposal

After nearly four hours of discussion Tuesday morning, the Jefferson County commissioners unanimously denied a proposal that would have allowed 100 multifamily units in El Rancho.

Read more here: www.canyoncourier.com/content/commission...y-el-rancho-proposal
By The Staff
Thursday, August 16, 2018 at 11:15 am
16 Aug 2018 14:13 #3

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Jeffco could rehear housing proposal

More than six months after denying a proposal for 100 multifamily units near El Rancho, it appears as though the Jeffco commissioners are going to allow a rehearing for the Village at Elk Rest Meadows.

Initially, the developers wanted to amend the planned development zoning on seven acres at Swede Gulch and El Rancho roads to allow 100 multifamily units. The applicant, PIII Swede Gulch LLC, is now proposing 65 multifamily units instead of the original 100.

Read more here: www.canyoncourier.com/content/jeffco-cou...ear-housing-proposal
By Deborah Swearingen
Tuesday, March 19, 2019
22 Mar 2019 16:42 #4

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Tonight's meeting at Evergreen Country Day School regarding the El Rancho rezoning case has been postponed. It will be rescheduled, but no date yet.

Read more here: www.canyoncourier.com/content/el-rancho-meeting-postponed
10 Apr 2019 11:23 #5

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Developers meet with community on El Rancho rezoning case

Dozens of El Rancho community members filled a room at Evergreen Country Day School on May 1 to share their frustration with Jefferson County and developers over a high-density development plan for their neighborhood.

Moreover, they’re discouraged by the fact that they’re going through the process again less than 10 months after their protests helped kill the project.

Despite this, Travis McAvoos of PIII Swede Gulch LLC said he, too, was frustrated with the process. Though a community meeting isn’t required during the rehearing process, the commissioners requested that McAvoos host one.

Mostly, he spent time tossing out ideas to see what might be amenable for El Rancho residents.

Read more here: www.canyoncourier.com/content/developers...rancho-rezoning-case
By Deborah Swearingen
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
10 May 2019 15:22 #6

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