County commissioners to review subdivision

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— A proposed subdivision in Stagecoach is three steps closer to approval.

In a meeting this week, Routt County planning commissioners approved three out of five applications toward the Red Hawk Village subdivision, according to county planners.

The subdivision, which is in the Meadowgreen area, is slightly different but in the same location as the SunCove proposal, which would have included 25 residential lots, one commercial lot and five open spaces. The commercial space was designated as a possible convenience store.

The new applicant, Sageb--rush Trail Holdings, is instead asking for 29 single-family lots and no commercial space. If built, the subdivision is also set to have a system of pedestrian trails and three large, open spaces.

The Meadowgreen area initially was zoned as high-density residential and could include as many as 68 multi-family units. The area is close to the town center proposed in the Stagecoach Community Plan.

In their meeting Thursday, commissioners approved the following parts of the application: the revised conceptual PUD plan, the revised preliminary plan and the zone change from commercial use. A PUD, or planned unit development, plan allows developers to request specific uses for what they want to build.

Planning commissioners tabled two other petitions the applicant presented: the final PUD plan and the final subdivision plan for the residential lots.

Planning Commission officials wanted to wait until Routt County commissioners examined parts of the proposal before approving the rest.

Also, they asked the applicant to provide summarized information about the final PUD plan.

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