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September 9, 2020

Boulder County Planning Commission agenda for September 16, 2020

Planning Commission public meeting will be held virtually starting at 2:30 p.m.


Boulder County, Colo. - The next meeting of the Boulder County Planning Commission will be Wed., September 16, 2020, beginning at 2:30 p.m. View the meeting agenda.

DUE TO COVID-19 CONCERNS THIS MEETING WILL BE HELD VIRTUALLY. SIGN-UP TO RECEIVE INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW PARTICIPATE IN THE VIRTUAL MEETING ON THE PLANNING COMMISSION WEBPAGE AT https://boco.org/PC

There will be opportunity to remotely provide public comment on the subject dockets during the respective virtual Public Hearing portions for each item. Written comments for these items may be submitted by emailing planner@bouldercounty.org and referencing the docket number in the subject of the email. Call 303-441-3930 or email for more information.

Agenda items include:

Approval of Minutes/Miscellaneous Business

Staff Updates

Items:

  1. Public Hearing: Docket V-20-0005 Boyle Vacation
    Request: Request to vacate a portion of a platted utility easement to allow for the construction of a new residence approved by SPR-19-0088.
    Location: 7318 Island Circle, Lots 8 and 9 Blk 3 Island Greens, approximately .25 miles southwest of the intersection of Old Post Road and 75th Street, Section 12, Township 1N, Range 70W.
    Zoning: Rural Residential
    Applicants/Owners: Thomas & Ann Boyle
    Agent: Whitten Design Group
    Website: www.boco.org/v-20-0005-ep-20-0003
    Action Requested: Recommendation to BOCC
    Public testimony will be taken
    Staff Planner: Ryan Kacirek
  2. Racial Equity and Inclusion - Community Planning and Zoning - Discussion Session 1
    Presentation and discussion to bring awareness and need to address racial inequities. We center race in our equity work because we know historically and currently, race is the biggest predictor of disproportionate outcomes and disparities in the United States of America. Good government is impossible without racial equity. Creating a more inclusive community requires an understanding of the disparate impacts of planning policies, regulations, and programs on black, indigenous, people of color communities. Access to housing, transportation, wealth accumulation, and services are inextricably linked with this long history. Staff will explore the history, some of the ongoing efforts to address inequity, and begin the discussion on how we move forward. This is expected to be the first session of a series of discussions.
    Action Requested: Discussion and input.
    Staff Planners: Angel Bond, Kathleen Bracke, Dale Case, Alberto De Los Rios, Rick Hackett, Dyan Harden, Kathy Sandoval - Community Planning & Permitting; Rachel Arndt - Boulder County Public Health

Adjournment

Current and recent Planning Commission agendas, minutes, and archived video recordings are available on the Planning Commission webpage.