Photo (L-R): Mayor Tina Harris, Farrell Buller, Alexis Rankey, Karinne Monn, Cindy Hickman, Allison Kincaid, and Matt David.
Each year, the Colorado Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA) organizes an awards program, held during the annual CPRA Conference, which is designed to recognize and celebrate outstanding individuals and organizations that contribute to the success and value of parks and recreation in the state of Colorado. During Tuesday night’s meeting Allison Kincaid, Executive Director of CPRA presented the Town of Erie Parks and Recreation Department with three prestigious awards:
During Tuesday night’s meeting, the Board approved the Airport Management and Operating Agreement with Vector Air Management, LLC (Vector). This is the Third Amendment to the Management and Operating Agreement, the original contract was for 2011-2016; the second amendment was for 2017. This proposed Third Amendment is a 5 year contract that will commence on January 1, 2018 and will be in effect until December 31, 2022.Operating Agreement Highlights:
During Tuesday night’s meeting, the Board of Trustees reviewed two Sketch Plans.
The first was for the proposed Vista Ridge Filing 6, Lot 7 subdivision. This property is located north and east of the State Highway 7 and Bonanza Drive intersection, and is located immediately west of the Blue Sky apartments. This property is approximately 10 acres in size with plans that include 23 single-family attached townhome buildings. The townhomes are an alley-loaded product with 3, 4, 5, or 6 units in each.
Click for a full view of the Vista Ridge Filing 6, Lot 7 subdivision Sketch Plan.
The second Sketch Plan reviewed was for the proposed Schmidt Subdivision. This property is located north and east of the reverse curve of Jay Road. It is west of the Lost Creek Farms subdivision and south of the Erie Village and Kenosha Farms subdivisions. This property is approximately 90 acres in size with plans that include 119 dwelling units; 18 acres of Open Space; and 1 pocket park. As a part of the Lombardi Street extension (which will be constructed by the developer), the developer will continue the existing trail on the south side of Erie Village west to Lombardi Street.
Click for a full view of the Schmidt Property Sketch Plan.
A Sketch Plan represents a generalized land use plan and layout for the area proposed to be included within a subdivision. Sketch Plan is required to allow early, informal evaluation of a proposed subdivision before detailed planning and engineering work has been undertaken and before substantial expenses have been incurred by the applicant.
View complete October 24, 2017 Board of Trustees Meeting Packet here.
The Board of Trustees will meet in a Study Session on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. The next regularly scheduled Board of Trustees meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. All meetings are held in the Town Hall boardroom located at 645 Holbrook Street in Erie.
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