Colorado Springs Woodmen Edition in Colorado-Springs, Colorado
2 Jan 2004

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2 Jan 2004

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Colorado Springs Woodmen Edition (Newspaper) - January 2, 2004, Colorado Springs, Colorado Prtrt std us postage paid Colo. Springs co permit no. 291your Hometown newspaper email 2,2004volume Xii number 1 the Woodmen edition 850 Arcturus drive Colorado Springs co 80906 578-5112 plugging a leak a it it k. A by a emergency services were called to the construction site for fire station 19 on research blvd. Monday afternoon after work Crews accidentally Cut a Gas line while putting in an electric line. Work was stopped for about an hour As fire and Utility Crews repaired the line. One construction worker was overheard saying a a they re trying to blow it up before they moved the fire station is scheduled to be completed in february. A Golden moment Peregrine residents voice concerns Over Patio Home development Many Peregrine residents Long for the Dairy barn which was razed during the summer to make Way for a Patio Home development. By Stephen Prudhomme for Many years residents of the Peregrine area enjoyed the nearly Century old Dairy barn which provided a link Between the past and present. Many expressed disappointment when the Structure was razed last year. Some residents seem less inclined to enjoy the link Between the present and future 47 Patio Homes planned for the site. Last month the City a planning department held an information meeting on the proposed development at Woodmen Roberts elementary school. An estimated 40 people attended the meeting. Jim Mayrl senior planner for the City a planning department noted that the development plans represented Many weeks of work. John Maynard representing project planner nes presented an overview of the development. The Bellezza Homes will be designed in three unit clusters. Each Cluster has three sides with the driveways of each unit facing a courtyard. Courtyards feature a tile base and stucco Walls. Thirteen three Story units or a towers a will be scattered throughout the development and will be a maximum of 35 feet in height above Grade. Those towers Are a source of concern for some residents who noted that the edifices would Block the views of the hoodoos Rock formations found in the area. One of three representatives for Keller Homes Developer of the project pointed out that the Square footage of the towers represented .5 percent of the total development. Several residents said that the obstruction of the views rather than the Square footage was the Issue. The representative responded that he intended to go ahead with plans of building towers on some of the units to add architectural interest to the project. Sheri Rice whose House sits on the Hill overlooking the site attended the meeting with her husband Bart. When they moved into their Home three years ago Sheri said they had to conform to certain height and setback restrictions As outlined in the neighbourhood covenants. A no one else in Peregrine has three stories above ground level a Sheri said. A now they re allowing Patio Homes to be built with much More leniency on the design standards. The three Story buildings will Block a lot of the views. The views were one of the main reasons we moved Bart pointed to 5-foot setbacks for the development As compared to 20-foot ones for current Homes in the area. He also cited the current height restriction of 30 feet and the density of 1.5 units per acre. The Bellezza plan Calls for three units per acre. A a we re talking about virtually no setback higher buildings greater density and the creation of More noise a Bart said. With a retention facility planned for the Easterly Entrance to the development at dutch Rock con continued on Page 20 girl scout follows family tradition scouting plays an important role in the Perroni family. Christina recently earned her girl scout Gold award while Matt left is an Eagle scout and Andy is a life scout in Pursuit of his Eagle. By Stephen Prudhomme Christina Perroni does no to have to look far for inspiration when it comes to scouting. Two older Brothers Are Eagle scouts and her younger brother is a life scout two Merit badges and a Community project Short of joining his Brothers in achieving the highest rank in boy scouts. Waiting in the wings Are two younger Sisters both girl scouts. Its Little Surprise therefore that Perroni is making impressive strides of her own in scouting. A senior at Liberty High school Perroni is a member of girl scout troop 539. Continuing the family theme her Mother Mary is the troop Leader. Continued on Page 15

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