As previously mentioned, there was a newspaper article about the City’s plan to build “affordable housing” in the current vacant lot to the North of the Trail Ridge Middle School. According to the news article, there are between 200 and 330 housing units planned for that property. http://www.timescall.com/longmont-local-news/ci_30773148/longmont-staff-floating-idea-using-rider-well-land
The HOA Board has received word that the proposed development will be discussed at TONIGHT’s PARKS AND RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD MEETING that is scheduled to be held at 7:00pm at the Parks Building (7 S. Sunset Street). Homeowners interested in the topic of the proposed development are STRONGLY ENCOURAGED to attend the Parks & Recreation Board Meeting Tonight, to voice any opposition to the proposed plan. It is believed that if the proposal is not supported by the Parks and Recreation Board, it may not progress further.
Homeowners are encouraged to attend tonight’s meeting, to voice concerns that you believe this proposed development would have on the Quail Crossing community, including, but not limited to an increase in traffic not only on County Road 1, but within the Quail Crossing Community, as the proposed development would connect to Harlequin Dr., a big increase in children that would attend the already crowded classrooms of Fall River Elementary and Trail Ridge Middle School, and the overall potential for reduced property values of the existing homes.
The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board Meeting will be held tonight (Monday February 13) at 7:00pm at the PARKS Building – 7 S. Sunset Street.
As a result of the horrific winds experienced yesterday, a number of the fence posts on the HOA perimeter fence sustained damage. All fence posts were inspected, and those that are in need of replacement were tagged with a red mark of paint.
All homeowners who are are adjacent to the HOA Perimeter Fence should inspect their fence for posts that are marked for replacement. If any portion of the perimeter fence adjacent to your property is indicated needing post repairs, you should make necessary arrangements to insure pets are restrained, as repairs will begin as early as today. Over the coming week(s), fence repairs will begin, resulting in sections of the perimeter fence being removed, and posts being replaced. It is the intention that the repairs will be completed quickly, but due to the number of posts that need to be repaired, the entire process may take some time.
If you have questions/concerns, please email [email protected] Emails will be responded to on Monday.
In the Sunday Times Call newspaper, there was an article about the City’s plan to build “affordable housing” in the current vacant lot to the North of the Trail Ridge Middle School. According to the news article, there are between 200 and 330 housing units planned for that property. http://www.timescall.com/longmont-local-news/ci_30773148/longmont-staff-floating-idea-using-rider-well-land
Homeowners are encouraged to attend tonight’s City Council Meeting, to hear the presentation on the proposed development, and voice your opinions directly with the City Council Members. This development could have a direct impact on the Quail Crossing HOA community, in terms of additional traffic through streets that connect to existing streets in Quail Crossing, additional noise, substantial increase in school attendance, and possible reduction of current property values.
The City Council Meeting will be held tonight (Tuesday February 7) at 7:00pm at the City of Longmont Building – 350 Kimbark.