2/10/21, 4:17 PM
“HOW DO WE GET THIS LADY TO MOVE…”
CRR VP/Director Bill Burt
WHAT ARE WE TALKING ABOUT?
At the CRR February 1, 2021, Work Session Meeting, part of the Directors discussion focused on policing the Commercial Loop area. For some time now, businesses and residents alike have been dealing with the Board’s obsession over homes that allegedly are not operating a business.
VP Bill Burt provided some valuable insight into the Boards thinking and motives when he specifically described a lady/resident who stated her son repairs cars in the backyard. Apparently, Burt didn’t buy her story and added, “HOW DO WE GET THIS LADY TO MOVE?”
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Today, at the Jefferson County Commissioner’s Meeting, County Code Officer Chris Reeves presented his Code Enforcement Report that included CRR’s Commercial Loop.
After Reeves presentation, Ranch Matters (RM) asked the Commission and County Counsel to explain business license requirements vs zoning and code requirements on the Ranch. County Counsel confirmed there are NO business license requirements by the County and referred us to Community Development Director Phil Stenbeck for precise zoning/code requirements.
Met with Phil Stenbeck and he confirmed the Code Enforcement Office is duty bound to investigate any and all alleged violations. He further stated they are complaint driven and do not necessarily spend their valuable time looking for violators. He stressed, they enforce code violations and not Ranch related CC&R’s.