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URGENT NOTICE FOR CERTAIN LAND USE APPLICATIONS

The Saguache County Land Use Office is now requiring an appointment for any Conditional Use, Variance request which includes marijuana variance requests. This allows the Land Use Office to review all applications for correct information and additional information that may be required. To make an appointment with the Land Use Office, you can call the office at 719-655-2321,  – or come by at 501 4th Street, Saguache, CO 81149.

Saguache County Planning Commission Agenda for May 31, 2018

Saguache County
Planning Commission
THURSDAY, MAY 31, 2018 at 5:00pm
Saguache County Road and Bridge Meeting Room
I. Call to Order – 5:00pm

II. Roll Call

   a. Declaration of quorum
 
   b. Abstentions

III. Additions and Deletions to Agenda

IV. Approval of Minutes

     a. Regular Meeting Minutes – April 26, 2018

V. Introductions of guests

VI. Old Business

      a. Freddie Allen & Sherry Larimore – Subdivision Exemption request - N1/2N1/2NW1/4S1/2N1/2NE1/4NE1/4S1/2N1/2N1/2NE1/4 29-42-10 – BLM/Hwy 17

      b. Ewing Ranch 83 Trust, landowner/THC, Inc. applicant – Conditional Use request, marijuana cultivation area – Lot 83 Ewing Ranch – 26758 Hammond Ave.

VII. New Business

      a. GHG, LLC/Dunlap – Conditional Use modification request – E1/2 Lot 7 2-43-8 – 17505 Co. Rd. 52 - additional 4 temporary hoop houses

      b. Summitt Resources, LLC, landowner/Otocanna, LLC applicant – Conditional Use request – marijuana cultivation area and products manufacturing - SE1/4SW1/4 28-43-9 – 55252 Tava Road

      c. Jinfeng Liang, landowner/JFD, LLC, applicant – Conditional Use request – marijuana cultivation area – SE1/4NE1/4 33-42-10 – 61997 Co. Rd. G

      d. Zhuoyu Ling, landowner/Golden Leaf MIP, LLC, applicant – Conditional Use request – marijuana cultivation area - E1/2NE1/4 33-42-10 – 61995 Co. Rd. G

VIII. Land Use report – update of previous applications

IX. Land Development Code changes recommendation

X. Adjournment – next regular meeting – Thursday, June 28, 2018 – 5PM

Retail Marijuana Resolutions & Ordinances

A Resolution Concerning the Authorization, Permitting and Regulating of Retail Marijuana

Download: Resolution No. 2014-3.pdf 743.63 KB


An Ordinance revoking Ordinance 12-LU-42 which prohibited the operation of marijuana cultivations facilities, marijuana manufacturing facilities, marijuana testing facilities or retail marijuana stores within the unincorporated boundaries of Saguache County, State of Colorado

Download: Ordinance No. LU-2014-4.pdf 319.85 KB

Federal Flood Insurance Now Available In Saguache County

FEDERAL FLOOD INSURANCE NOW AVAILABLE IN SAGUACHE COUNTY, COLORADO

Washington, D.C. – Saguache County has joined over 21,000 communities nationwide that are allowed to purchase federally backed flood insurance. This availability follows the community’s adoption and enforcement of ordinances to reduce flood losses and acceptance by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).

                Saguache County is now a participant in the NFIP effective on September 18, 2013. Residents of Saguache County will be able to purchase flood insurance up to the limits under the Emergency Phase of the program. However, there is a 30-day waiting period before flood insurance coverage goes into effect. For single-family dwellings, the building coverage limit is $35,000, and the contents coverage limit is $10,000. Renters can also protect their belongings by purchasing contents coverage. For commercial properties, the building and contents coverage limits are both $100,000. Higher limits of coverage will be available after the initial Emergency Phase.

                Lenders must require borrowers whose properties are located in a designated flood hazard area to purchase flood insurance as a condition of receiving a federally backed mortgage loan in accordance with the Federal Disaster Protection Act of 1973.

                The NFIP is implemented through the Federal Emergency Management Agency. There are over 5.5 million flood insurance policies in more than 21,000 participating communities nationwide.