8/12/22, 2:50 PM
Last night (8/11/22), the Jefferson County Planning Commission held not one, but two back-to-back hearings, regarding the McPherson’s family proposal to build 54 residential lots on Crooked River Ranch, designated as Phase 17.
There was some confusion related to the hearings and in a nut shell, the first hearing dealt with the re-zoning aspect and the second related to the actual subdivision.
Jefferson County Community Director, Scott Edelman told Ranch Matters that the zoning change was significant because if for any reason the proposed property failed to be re-zoned the second subdivision proposal wouldn’t be necessary.
Edelman confirmed that both proposals have been recommended for approval by the Planning Department Staff and the project is now in the hands of the Planning Commissioners.
Edelman further confirmed there has been no official comments or communication from the Ranch Board of Directors.
McPherson’s property was described as an island within Crooked River Ranch that requires some yet to be determined process to become a part of the Homeowners Association (HOA).
Video of Opening Statements
Who has the authority to incorporate the proposed subdivision into the HOA? Is it the CRR Board of Directors decision or will the Association Homeowners have a say-a vote?