Per an update to the August 15 P&Z agenda, Century Communities’ high-density residential Landmark Village development application has been moved to the September 5 meeting.
Century’s application is in direct conflict to the existing Comprehensive Plan that 76% of voters chose to maintain in the June 6 Special Election.
Read my letter to the City here.
On August 15, 2017 Greenwood Village Planning & Zoning will hold a public hearing to hear public comment and deliberate its recommendation to City Council on Century Communities’ Landmark Village development proposal in Orchard Station. Note: Century completely ignored public opinion by submitting this application one day after the June 6 GV Special Election. The June 6 election by a 3-to-1 margin defeated the proposed Orchard Station Subarea that was required to make this development compatible with the City’s Comprehensive Plan.
Here is my letter to city officials expressing why this application should be rejected.
Dear Members of City Council, Planning and Zoning and Community Development:
This letter serves as my STRONG OPPOSITION to the development application submitted by Century Communities on Wednesday, June 7, 2017 to develop 191 residential townhomes and single-family homes on 13-acres in the FORMERLY proposed Orchard Station Subarea. Continue reading