At the fourth land use community forum April 25, planning professional Don Elliott of Clarion Associates spoke to those attending about elements of planning that are absolute and which determine what can be done with one's property.
Delta County Planning Commission members and county commissioners were present, along with community members.
In opening the third land use community forum, held at Paonia Town Hall, Elyse Casselberry, the county's community and economic development director, noted that Delta County is made up of six diverse communities.
"We need to hear from all voices, listen to all voices, listen to the 'me-versus-you' conversations, the 'my rights- versus-your rights' conversations," Casselberry said.
There was good attendance for the second community land use forum Wednesday, March 13, at 6 p.m., at the Grand Mesa Arts Center in Cedaredge. The theme of the second forum was "Lessons Learned from our Neighbors."
Over 50 community members gathered at the Creamery in Hotchkiss Thursday evening, Feb. 28, to hear comments from a panel discussing "Why do land use regulations matter in building community prosperity?"
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County commissioners Doug Atchley, Don Suppes and Mark Roeber met with members of the Delta County Planning Commission Oct. 17 at the Maloney House in Hotchkiss in preparation for the land use code update and restructuring of the planning commission.
County planning commission members are: from District 1, Angela Mackey, vice chair, Steve Schrock and Steve Shea; from District 2, Layne Brones, Tate Locke, Lucinda Stanley; from District 3, Tony Prendergast, Kim Shay, Bob Stechert, chair.
County Commissioners Doug Atchley, Mark Roeber and Don Suppes vacated Phase II of Mira La Vista Subdivision at their Jan. 16 meeting.
Mira La Vista Subdivision was reviewed by Delta County Planning Department from 2006-2009.
The land use change application being considered at next Monday's meeting of the Delta County Board of County Commissioners has resulted in dozens of public comments, numerous meetings, a petition signed by more than 400 individuals, and some confusion.
The application, submitted by Mark Levin with Paonia Holdings, LLC, requests a land use change to light industrial/commercial under Delta County's Specific Development Regulations (SDR) on land located just north of Paonia on Highway 133.
Following a lengthy meeting on Oct. 25 on a proposed land use change under Delta County Specific Development Regulations, members of the Delta County Planning Commission (DCPC) and Upper North Fork Area Planning Committee (UNFAPC) voted 6-1 to recommend denial by the Board of County Commissioners. The application is to be considered by the county commissioners on Monday, Nov. 20.
An application to Delta County for a land use change will be reviewed tonight during a joint meeting of the Delta County Planning Commission and Upper North Fork Area Planning Committee.
After several postponements, a controversial application for a land use change at the former Bowie Resources, LLC, coal load-out site north of Paonia will come before the Delta County Planning Commission and Upper North Fork Area Planning Committee for review. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 25, at the Energy Tech Building, 218 Fourth Street in Paonia.
The Delta County Planning Department announced that the joint meeting of the Upper North Fork Area Planning Advisory Committee and the Delta County Planning Commission to hear comments on a land use change application by Paonia Holdings, LLC, and representative Mark Levin has been rescheduled to June 21, at Paonia Town Hall.
A joint meeting of the Delta County Planning and Zoning Commission and Upper North Fork Area Planning Committee to hear comments regarding a land use change application at a former coal load-out near Paonia was rescheduled to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 6, at Paonia Town Hall.
An on-site meeting for "ancillary property" located on Stevens Gulch Road was also rescheduled for 3 p.m. this Friday, May 19, at 16180 Stevens Gulch Road.
An application to the Delta County Board of County Commissioners for a land use change at a former coal load out site north of Paonia is drawing skepticism and criticism from neighbors, who are requesting that that the land be returned to its original state under its current permit.
Mark Levin, with Dumont, Colo.-based Paonia Holdings, LLC, has applied for a land use change to "commercial and light industrial use" under Delta County's Specific Development Regulations, for parcels located at 41322 and 41402 Hwy. 133.
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