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Click here to read the article on the Feb. 4, 2008 Monument Board of Trustees hearing.

Click here to read the article on the Mar. 10, 2008 Monument Board of Trustees hearing.

the three drawings as a PDF file. This is a 10 Mbyte file and will take about 58 minutes to download at 28.8. To view and print the file, you will need to download and install the free Acrobat Reader Program.

Below: Aerial view of Willow Springs Ranch showing the relationship (clockwise from top left) to Tri-Lakes Wastewater Treatment Facility at the south end of Mitchell Avenue, the south end of Synthes Avenue inside the Synthes industrial park, the railroad tracks to the east, Baptist Road to the south, Forest Lakes subdivision to the southwest. Georgia Ward’s 40-acre ranch on Rickenbacker Avenue is southwest of the Watt home and ranch buildings and Monument Creek. Photo provided by land planning consultant NES, Inc.

Below: Sketch plan shows the two separate housing areas in Willow Springs Ranch. Access for the northern filing will be from the existing dead-end of Mitchell Avenue (top left) and the existing dead-end of Synthes Avenue (top center). The new east-west road in the white rectangle will connect both of these dead-ends. Access to the southern filing will be from Forest Lakes Drive on the southwest border. Drawing provided by land planning consultant NES, Inc.

Below: This drawing shows the relationship of the Ward residence on Rickenbacker Avenue and the Nasby residence on Spaatz Road to the proposed south end of Mitchell Avenue (top center) on the northeast corner of Ward’s ranch. It also shows the negotiated realignment of the collector segment of Forest Lakes Drive on the southwest corner of Ward’s ranch. Also shown is the changed route of the proposed trail system further away from the Nasby residence on Spaatz Road and the buffer of trees added between them. The dashed line for the previous proposed alignment of Forest Lakes Drive shows how short and direct the county’s connection to Rickenbacker Drive would have been had it not been dropped about 10 years ago. Drawing provided by land planning consultant NES, Inc.


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