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Title: Flying Horse at Shamrock Ranch
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Flying Horse
North
Mr. Kelly Christner
15685 Open Sky Way, Colorado Springs CO 80908
kelly.christner@gmail.com (719) 487-0598

Represented
High Forest
Ranch
Residents

 Christners @ 15685 Open Sky Way
 Gendrons @ 15593 Open Sky Way
 Aichingers @ 15547 Open Sky Way
 Tillotson @ 15501 Open Sky Way
 Clawsons @ 15962 Open Sky Way
 Mai Fitzgerald @ 15823 Open Sky Way
 Ciabarras 4602 High Forest Rd
 Grabbs @ 4661 High Forest Rd
 Lavezzos 4601 High Forest Rd
 Salgados @ 4415 Hidden Rock Rd
 Ryans @ 4265 Hidden Rock Rd
 Jonardis @ 16011 Waving Brach Way
 ….

Bottom Line
Up Front
(BLUF)

 High Forest Ranch (HFR) residents do not object to properly planned
development
 HFR residents built with knowledge and understanding of a Classic
Homes 2.5-5.0 acre golf course community south of their properties – no
mention of a 1 mile access road to that development
 Direct access to Hwy 83 is desired, not required
 HFR residents bordering Shamrock Ranch object to a 1 mile access road
to Flying Horse North (FHN) near their property lines
 Halfway between Shamrock Ranch site and HFR may be acceptable

 Stagecoach Rd extension or any other east-west road corridor on
Shamrock Ranch does not appear on any County Plans
 Milam Rd was supposed to be the main access point to parcel
#6100000075 (now FHN)
 It was removed in 2015 without HFR input
 Four (4) other direct access points can be used to build-out FHN until Hwy
83 access can be resolved with Mr. Wismer, Classic Homes, HFR residents,
ELP and CDOT
 Cathedral Pines is a successful development w/o direct access to Hwy 83

Options exist to make FHN successful while reducing impacts to affected entities

Overview

Background on High Forest Ranch
Plan Overview
Shamrock Preserve LLC
Proposed Entry/Exits
Discussion
Options
Summary
Recommendation

Background

HFR was a Classic Homes developed community sold from Shamrock Ranch

Wismer Home
Location

~1 Mile

Approximately ~1 mile south of High Forest Ranch

18 April 2013

05 May 2015

27 November 2015

Background
(Cont.)

- In 2015, HFR received and executed a $90k state grant for fire mitigation
-Top priority was for a shaded fuel break between HFR and Shamrock Ranch (Zones 1 & 2)

Background
(Cont.)
Hwy 83
between
County Line
and Powers
Blvd identified
as a
“Congested”
Existing Deficiencies, 2010

Background
(Cont.)
[How does 83
get better?]

Future Deficiencies without Improvements, 2040


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