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March 5, 2018

Planning Commission agenda for March 21, 2018

The next meeting of the Boulder County Planning Commission will be Wednesday, March 21, beginning at 3 p.m. (***please note the 3 p.m. start time***)

Boulder County Courthouse
Commissioners' Hearing Room, 3rd Floor
1325 Pearl Street, Boulder
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The March 21, 2018 meeting agenda is now available.

Agenda items for March 21 include:

  1. Nomination of officers
  2. Approval of minutes/miscellaneous business

  3. Staff update(s) on projects and/or development review items (if necessary) Informational Item - Public testimony will not be taken

  4. Docket BCCP-13-0001: Boulder County Comprehensive Plan Update: Cultural Resources Element Update
    An updated version of the Cultural Resources Element was approved by Planning Commission in 2013, with a request for minor edits to address language consistency, etc. The project was deferred following the 2013 flood. Staff is now finalizing the updated content and applying the new BCCP template structure. Public testimony will be taken. (Staff Planner: Denise Grimm, Senior Planner)
    Action Requested: Decision.

  5. Overview of Geologic Hazard Mapping Study, Outcomes and Next Steps
    Staff will present an overview of CDBG-DR resiliency grant-funded work completed by a geotechnical consulting team in 2017. The consultants’ work included: 1) county-wide mapping of landslide potential and updates to other hazard-related mapping, and 2) providing tools and guidance for planners. The county is integrating the outcomes of the work to address potential geotechnical-related hazards identified through land use planning processes. Public testimony will be taken. (Staff Planner: Nicole Wobus)
    Action Requested: None. Informational Item Only.

The staff recommendation for BCCP-13-0001 will be posted to the docket webpage on March 14.

The meeting will be live-streamed via the Public Meetings, Hearings, Records & Video Archives page. Planning Commission agendas and minutes are available on the Planning Commission webpage.

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