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File #: CPC ZC 16-00022    Version: Name:
Type: Planning Case Status: Mayor's Office
File created: 5/4/2016 In control: City Council
On agenda: 8/9/2016 Final action: 8/9/2016
Title: Ordinance No. 16-78 amending the zoning map of the City of Colorado Springs relating to 2.95 acres located north of the intersection of Elkton Drive and Chestnut Street from R/HS (Estate Single-family residential with Hillside Overlay) to PBC/CR/HS (Planned Business Center with Conditions of Record and Hillside Overlay) (Quasi-Judicial) Related File: CPC DP 16-00023 Presenter: Hannah Van Nimwegen, Planner II, Planning and Community Development Department Peter Wysocki, Planning Director
Attachments: 1. ZC_ORD_PikesPeakAthletics, 2. Exhibit A_LEGAL DESCRIPTION for zone change Ord, 3. Signed Ordinance 16-78.pdf
Related files: CPC DP 16-00023


Title
Ordinance No. 16-78 amending the zoning map of the City of Colorado Springs relating to 2.95 acres located north of the intersection of Elkton Drive and Chestnut Street from R/HS (Estate Single-family residential with Hillside Overlay) to PBC/CR/HS (Planned Business Center with Conditions of Record and Hillside Overlay)

(Quasi-Judicial)

Related File: CPC DP 16-00023

Presenter:
Hannah Van Nimwegen, Planner II, Planning and Community Development Department
Peter Wysocki, Planning Director

Body
Summary:
Appeal
Appellant: Kirk McCormick
Applicant/Developer: Kristin Albers of Ireland Dean
Owner: Pikes Peak Athletics Training Center, LLC
Location: Northeast of the Elkton Drive and Chestnut Street intersection

The appeal was filed by Mr. Kirk McCormick, a homeowner near the proposed project. Mr. McCormick is appealing the Planning Commission's recommendation for approval of the proposed change of zone and development plan for the Pikes Peak Athletics project.


Zone Change
This project includes concurrent applications for zone change and development plan for 2.95 acres located north of the intersection of Elkton Drive and Chestnut Street. The zone change proposes a rezoning from R/HS (Estate Single-Family Residential with Hillside Overlay) to PBC/CR/HS (Planned Business Center with Conditions of Record and Hillside Overlay) to accommodate an aquatic training facility. The development plan illustrates a 28,890 square foot structure (20,478 square foot building footprint) with 123 parking stalls.

Previous Council Action:
The appellant requested a onetime postponement of the project as permitted in City Code Section 7.5.906.B.3. On July 12, 2016, as a matter of course, the Council motioned to postpone the hearing to the next regular City Council meeting on July 26, 2016.

On July 26, 2016, City Council heard the appeal made by Mr. McCormick and denied the appeal. City Council then went on to vote on the Zone Change and Development Plan for Pike...

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