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Western Albuquerque Land Holdings has been seeking approval of a Planned Communities Master Plan called the ‘Santolina Master Plan’ in southwestern Bernalillo County.

The plan area is approximately 13,700 acres, and is generally bound by Interstate 40 to the north, 118th Street and the escarpment open space to the east, the Pajarito Mesa to the south, and the escarpment area adjacent to the Rio Puerco Valley on the west. 

Along with access from I-40, the property is can be reached from several existing roadways, including Central Avenue, Dennis Chavez Boulevard, Atrisco Vista Boulevard, and 118th Street.

In June, 2015, the Bernalillo County Board of Commissioners adopted the Santolina Level A Master Plan for the entire 13,700-acre property.

The request for approval of the more specific Santolina Level B Master plan for a 4,243-acre portion of the property was submitted in January, 2016, and is currently under review by county staff and other agencies.

County staff and other agencies are responsible for reviewing the Santolina Master Plan, paying particular attention to its overall compliance with the Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Comprehensive Plan and the Planned Communities Criteria

Santolina Land Use PlanSantolina Vicinity Map


 

For more information on the Santolina process, please click on any of the chronological links below.



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08/16/2017

The Bernalillo County Commission tonight amended conditions for the Level A Master Plan for the Santolina development on the West Side, which means developers and the county can move ahead in the planning process for the 13,000-acre planned community.

The amendments were approved by a 3-1 vote. Commissioners Wayne Johnson, Lonnie Talbert and Steven Michael Quezada voted yes, and Commissioner Debbie O’Malley voted no. Commissioner Maggie Hart Stebbins was absent.

In 2015 the county commission approved a Level A Master Plan, which is a big picture concept for how a major development will come together over time. Tonight, the board amended conditions for that Level A plan. The amendments clear the way for the developer to negotiate a water development agreement with the Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority later in the process.

The next step for the development is a Level B Master Plan, which provides more details about where housing, businesses and community services would be located within the development. The Level B Plan is not approved yet. The commission is scheduled to consider it on August 30.

If the Level B Master Plan is approved, then the Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Water Authority may begin negotiations with the developer over water.

There’s one more step in the planning process after that. The Level C development plans would include the actual building plans for any subdivision or commercial development. County planners will not be able to approve any final plans unless water is secured.

Today, Santolina is largely undeveloped.

In 2015, Western Albuquerque Land Holdings received approval of a Planned Communities Level A Master Plan and Planned Communities Zoning for 13,851 acres of undeveloped land in the southwestern area of Bernalillo County.

The Santolina Master Plan, which is contingent upon future demand and market conditions, provides a general framework for development over the next 40 to 50 years, to include five residential villages and village commercial uses, two business parks, a town center, an industrial/business park, and an urban center, along with parks, trails, public open space, educational facilities, roads and utilities. Over time, the applicant proposes that the project will be developed with approximately 38,000 households and provide approximately 75,000 jobs.

Visit www.bernco.gov/santolina for more information.


08/14/2017

The Bernalillo County Board of County Commissioners will meet in a Special Zoning Meeting on August 15, 2017 at 5 p.m. in the 
Vincent E. Griego Chambers, One Civic Plaza NW   Albuquerque, NM 87102-9854 to consider the following items: 

Public Hearing: 
 

    SPR2017-0003 PUBLIC HEARING: Santolina Level A Master Plan: Modifications to Conditions 8, 9 & 11


Appeal: 

 

 

 

COA2017-0003_SPR2017-0003 APPEAL: Santolina Level A Master Plan: Modifications to Conditions 8, 9 & 11

 

Public Hearing:

    SPR2016-0001 PUBLIC HEARING: Santolina Level B.I Master Plan

 

 

Appeal: 

 

    COA2017-0001_SPR2016-0001 APPEAL: Approval of the Santolina Level B.I Master Plan

 

 


07/11/2017

At the June 7, 2017 hearing, the County Planning Commission voted to recommend approval of the request to modify conditions 8, 9, and 11 of the adopted Santolina Level A Master Plan related to water service (Case number SPR2017-0003). This request, along with an appeal of the County Planning Commission decision (COA2017-0003), is scheduled to be heard by the Board of County Commissioners at a Special Zoning hearing on August 15, 2017 at 5 p.m., and continuing if necessary on August 30, 2017 at 5 p.m.

At the August 15, 2017/August 30 2017 hearing, the Board of County Commissioners is also scheduled to consider the Santolina Level B.I Master plan (CSU2016-0001) and the appeal of the County Planning Commission recommendation of approval of the plan (COA2017-0001), which were scheduled for the April 4, 2017 County Commission hearing but were deferred to allow the applicant to request the modifications to the Level A conditions through the County Planning Commission.

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06/07/2017

At the June 7, 2017 hearing (following the Board of County Commission decision on April 4, 2017), the County Planning Commission will consider the request by Western Albuquerque Land Holdings to modify conditions 8, 9, and 11 of the adopted Santolina Level A Master Plan related to water service (Case number SPR2017-0003).

Click here for more information.

 


03/20/2017

At the March 14, 2017 hearing, the Bernalillo County Commission continued the public hearing for the Planned Communities Santolina Level B.I Plan, along with the appeal of the County Planning Commission recommendation of approval of the plan, to the April 4, 2017 hearing.

At the April 4, 2017 hearing, the Board of County Commissioners voted to defer the public hearing for the Planned Communities Level B.I Plan, along with the appeal of the County Planning Commission recommendation of the plan, until receipt of a recommendation to amend the Santolina Level A Plan through the County Planning Commission process (to modify conditions of approval related to water service).

Click here for the hearing agenda.

Santolina Level B.I Public Hearing item (SPR2016-0001)

Appeal of County Planning Ccommission Recommendation of Approval of Santolina Level B.I Plan (COA2017-0001)

 

 

 


03/09/2017

A public hearing is scheduled for March 14, 2017 at 3 p.m. for the Bernalillo County Commission to consider the Planned Communities Santolina Level B.I Plan for more specific development within the Santolina Master Plan.

At the March 14 hearing, the County Commission may also consider adding additional public hearings to allow for further review and testimony regarding the Santolina Level B.I Plan.

Click here for the hearing agenda.

To view the Agenda item for the Santolina Level B.I Plan public hearing (SPR2016-0001) on March 14, click here.


03/08/2017

At the March 14 hearing, the County Commission will also consider an appeal of the decision of the County Planning Commission to recommend approval of the Santolina Level B.I Plan.

To view the Agenda item for the Santolina Level B.I appeal (COA2017-0001/SPR2016-0001) on March 14, click here.


01/13/2017

On January 4, 2016 the County Planning Commission recommended approval of the Level B.I Master Plan for more specific development within the planned Santolina development.

On January 10, 2016, Bernalillo County issued a Notification of Decision

Also at the hearing, a Staff Report was presented.

Click the document archive below to see all Santolina documents in chronological order.

 


12/06/2016

At the November 2, 2016 hearing, the County Planning Commission continued the Santolina Level B Master Plan request for 60 days.  The County Planning Commission will again consider the request on January 4, 2017. 

Click here to view the revised Santolina Level B Master Plan document dated December 6, 2016.


08/23/2016

The Bernalillo County Commission has approved the creation of Santolina Public Improvement Districts 1 through 40, which are political subdivisions of the state, separate from county government.

The districts would help pay for development and local infrastructure costs for new residential and commercial development west of Albuquerque, such as water lines and roads. The districts would be able to collect a special property assessment on homes and businesses within the districts, which can then be used to pay for these costs. This special property assessment would be in addition to all other existing property taxes and charges for the area within the districts. Today, no homes or businesses are located within the proposed development.

The application was submitted by Western Albuquerque Land Holdings, LLC. Public improvement districts are allowed by state law and have been used in other places throughout the state. The measure passed on a 4-1 vote.

No property owners, residents or businesses outside the public improvement districts would have to pay the assessment or extra taxes.

Last year, Western Albuquerque Land Holdings received approval of a Planned Communities Level A Master Plan and Planned Communities Zoning for 13,851 acres of undeveloped land in the southwestern area of Bernalillo County.

The Santolina Master Plan, which is contingent upon future demand and market conditions, provides a general framework for development over the next 40 to 50 years, to include five residential villages and village commercial uses, two business parks, a town center, an industrial/business park, and an urban center, along with parks, trails, public open space, educational facilities, roads and utilities. Over time, the applicant proposes that the project will be developed with approximately 38,000 households and provide approximately 75,000 jobs.

 


07/01/2016

The County Planning Commission had a Santolina Level B hearing on July 21, 2016. AT that meeting, the commission continued the Santolina Level B approval request to the regular CPC hearing on Nov. 6, 2016.To see the documents that will be presented at this meeting, please scroll down to the "County Planning Commission - July 21, 2016" area below.


06/06/2016

The County Planning Commission will have its next Santolina Level B Special Hearing on June 23, 2016. Please click on the links below for meeting documents. To see the documents from this meeting, please scroll down to the "County Planning Commission - June 23, 2016" area below.


05/05/2016

The County Planning Commission Level B public hearing for Land Use and Zoning is scheduled for May 26, 2016 beginning at 9 a.m. in the Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Government Center, Vincent E. Griego Chambers.

To see the submitted documents for this meeting, please scroll down to "County Planning Commission - May 26, 2016".


04/21/2016

The County Planning Commission Santolina Level B hearing for Transportation is scheduled for April 27, 2016 at 9 a.m. in the Vincent E. Griego Chambers of the Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Government Building, One Civic Plaza NW.

Reports and other documents for this meeting are now available for viewing.

View the meeting's staff reports, public comments, and other documents here.


03/02/2016

At its March 2, 2016 hearing, the County Planning Commission continued the request for approval of the Santolina Level B Master Plan to the April 27, 2016 hearing, which will also be the first of four scheduled special hearings.

The hearings begin at 9 a.m. at the Vincent E. Griego Chambers in the City/County Government building, One Civic Plaza NW, Albuquerque, NM  87102 on each of the following dates:

  • Wednesday, April 27, 2016 (transportation) - see links below for documents pertaining to this meeting
  • Thursday, May 26, 2016 (land use and zoning)
  • Thursday, June 23, 2016 (environment and open space; government and public service)
  • Thursday, July 21, 2016 (conclusion)

See a detailed schedule by clicking on "CPC Hearing Schedule (approved March 2, 2016)" below.


02/23/2016

The Santolina Level B plan covers 4,243 acres within the approximately 13,700-acre Santolina community. To see the meeting agenda and reports/attachments, see the "Santolina Level B Master Plan - Documents/Background" area below.


01/26/2016

On Jan. 25, 2016, the Santolina Level B Master Plan was submitted to Bernalillo County's Planning and Development Services Department. The Santolina Level B Master Plan is currently under review by Bernalillo County staff and other agencies as part of a public hearing process. The plan will be considered by the County Planning Commission at its March 2, 2016 public hearing.

The Board of County Commissioners must consider and approve the Level B Master Plan in the public hearing process.

The Level B Master Plan review is the second of three steps of the approval process before the property can be developed, and includes more detailed information on a portion of the Santolina property, which encompasses 4,243.1 acres in the easterly and westerly portions of the site.

The Santolina Level B plan continues to refine the vision for the property and includes more specific information on land use, zoning, transportation, environment and open space, utility infrastructure and services, and government and public services. The submitted plan states the development will house 23,178 residents with accompanying commercial, industrial, and recreational areas.

According to submitted documents, Santolina on the whole is a 13,851-acre master planned community designed for the West Mesa of Albuquerque and Bernalillo County, to be developed over the next 40 to 50 years. The Santolina Level A Master Plan, which is the conceptual plan for the entire community, was approved by the Bernalillo County Board of Commissioners on June 16, 2015, along with planned community zoning for Santolina. The adopted plan indicates that at the time of full build-out, Santolina will have a maximum of 38,045 dwelling units with a variety of housing types, parks, and open space; an appropriate transportation network; and a variety of employment, educational, and recreational activities. Submittals of the Level A Master Plan indicate that approximately 75,000 jobs would be created; the Level B Master Plan submittals state that 31,457 jobs will be created within the Level B development area. 

The associated Santolina Level A development agreement was approved by the Board of County Commissioners on June 24, 2015, and recorded in Bernalillo County on Aug. 21, 2015 to codify the plan elements and financial responsibilities for Santolina's development.

To see the filed documents, please click on the links below, under "Santolina Level B Master Plan - Documents/Background".


06/24/2015

The Bernalillo County Commission on June 24 approved the development agreement between Western Albuquerque Land Holdings and the county which impacts the Santolina Master Plan.

The development agreement passed on a 3 - 2 vote. Commissioners Art De La Cruz, Wayne Johnson and Lonnie Talbert voted in favor. Commissioners Maggie Hart Stebbins and Debbie O’Malley voted against.

On June 16, the commission passed the Santolina Master Plan.

While the master plan provides a general framework for development, the development agreement provides details on the responsibilities of both the county and the developer.

Please visit the "Santolina Level A Master Plan - Final Documents" area below to see the recorded master plan and development agreement. 


06/16/2015

At its June 16, 2015 hearing, the Board of County Commissioners approved the Santolina Level A Master Plan as amended.

The Board of County Commissioners also approved a zoning change for the property from generally rural agricultural to a planned community zone.

Both measures passed on a 3 - 2 vote. Commissioners Art De La Cruz, Wayne Johnson and Lonnie Talbert voted in favor. Commissioners Maggie Hart Stebbins and Debbie O’Malley voted against.

The Board of County Commissioners also heard public comment on a proposed master development agreement between the county and the developer. No vote was taken on the master development agreement. That portion of the hearing has been continued to June 24 at 1:30 p.m. 

NOTE: No additional public comment will be accepted at this meeting.     

The action at this meeting is the first step of a three-step process before development can occur. The next step in the process would be Level B village plans.The final step includes the building permitting process.

To see the documents from this meeting, please scroll down the page to "Santolina Level A Master Plan - Documents/Background - June 16, 2015 Board of County Commissioners Meeting Documents".


05/28/2015

At the May 28, 2015 hearing, the Board of County Commissioners voted to deny three appeals of the County Planning Commission’s recommendation of approval of the Santolina Level A Master Plan and Planned Communities Zoning request. 

The board also voted to continue the consideration of the Santolina Level A Master Plan and Planned Communities Zoning, including amended findings and conditions for the Master Plan, to the June 16, 2015 Special Zoning Hearing, along with the Draft of the Santolina Level A Development Agreement. 

The Development Agreement codifies the Santolina Level A Master Plan and includes the terms for the development of Santolina to be agreed upon by the county and the developer of Santolina. The June 16 public hearing is scheduled for 1 p.m. in the Vincent E. Griego Chambers at the Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Government Center, One Civic Plaza NW. 

The chart includes amendments to the findings and conditions that were recommended by the County Planning Commission on Dec 3, 2014 and have been drafted by county staff in response to the request by the Board of County Commissioners to meet with the appellants to work out the appeals.

In the chart, the first column depicts the original findings and conditions recommended by the County Planning Commission. The second column includes the amended findings and conditions currently recommended by county staff as a result of the discussions. 

Public comment will be accepted on the Draft Development Agreement. To provide comments click on www.bernco.gov/talktous.

Correspondence may also be emailed to cvereecke@bernco.gov or mailed to 111 Union Square SE, Suite 100, Albuquerque, NM 87102 ATTN: Catherine VerEecke.

All correspondence and documents for the official case record for the Santolina request, including the Development Agreement, for the June 16, 2015 hearing, must be submitted by noon, eight calendar days prior to the hearing on that matter, i.e. noon on Monday June 8, 2015. The Board of County Commissioners may vote to waive this requirement if they determine that the material is necessary to make an informed decision on the matter.

At this meeting, the Board of County Commissioners also heard and voted to deny the remaining three appeals that were filed in opposition to the recommendation of approval by the County Planning Commission on Dec 3, 2015 of the Santolina Level A Master Plan approval and Planned Communities Zoning. 

In the first appeal, the South Valley Coalition of Neighborhood Associations appealed the County Planning Commission’s recommendation to approve the Santolina Master Plan.

In the second appeal, the South Valley Regional Association of Acequias and the Center for Sustainable Systems appealed the County Planning Commission’s recommendation of approval of the Master Plan.

In the third appeal, the Southwest Organizing Project, New Mexico Health Equity Working Group and Pajarito Village Neighborhood Association appealed the Planning Commission’s recommendation of approval of a zone change for the Santolina property to Planned Community Zone.

In addition, the applicant (Western Albuquerque Land Holdings) withdrew the appeal of specific conditions of approval that had been recommended by the County Planning Commission. The appeal had been heard and continued by the County Commission at the May 11, 2015 hearing to the May 28 hearing. 

On May 11, 2015, the Board of County Commissioners denied the appeal filed by the Southwest Organizing Project, New Mexico Health Equity Working Group and Pajarito Village Neighborhood Association of the County Planning Commission’s recommendation of approval of the Santolina Level A Master Plan.

To see the documents from this meeting, please scroll down the page to "Santolina Level A Master Plan - Documents/Background - May 28 ,2015 Board of County Commissioners Meeting Documents".


05/22/2015

On May 28, 2015, the Board of County Commissioners will hear the remaining appeals and will consider a development agreement between the developer of the Santolina property and Bernalillo County that outlines the terms for future development at Santolina.

The remaining appeals are from:

  • The South Valley Coalition of Neighborhood Associations;
  • The South Valley Regional Association of Acequias and the Center for Social Sustainable Systems; and
  • The Southwest Organizing Project, New Mexico Health Equity Working Group and Pajarito Village Neighborhood Association.
  • In addition, the appeal from the developer has yet to be decided upon.

 

Amendments to County Planning Commission Findings and Conditions: Amendments to the findings and conditions recommended by the County Planning Commission on December 3, 2014 have been drafted by county staff in response to the request by the Board of County Commissioners to meet with the appellants to work out the appeals.  In the chart, the first column depicts the original findings and conditions recommended by the County Planning Commission. The second column includes the amended findings and conditions currently recommended by county staff as a result of the discussions. The proposed language in the chart will be considered by the Board of County Commissioners at the May 28 hearing.


03/26/2015

The Bernalillo County Commission voted on March 26, 2015 to continue the Santolina Master Plan hearing, and appeals to the plan, to May 11 at 4 p.m. The commission listened to testimony on March 25 and 26, but no final action was taken.

Western Albuquerque Land Holdings requested approval of a Planned Communities Level A Master Plan and Planned Communities Zoning for 13,851 acres of undeveloped land in the southwestern area of Bernalillo County.

The Santolina Master Plan, which is contingent upon future demand and market conditions, provides a general framework for development over the next 40 to 50 years, to include residential villages and village commercial uses, two business parks, a town center, an industrial/business park, and an urban center, along with parks, trails, public open space, educational facilities, roads and utilities. Over time, the applicant proposes that the project will be developed with approximately 38,000 households and provide approximately 75,000 jobs.

The meeting will also be aired live on GOV-TV 16, available through Comcast, or online at www.bernco.gov.

To be added in the official case record prior to the hearing, all correspondence and documents covering matters before the Board of County Commissioners must be submitted by noon, eight calendar days prior to the public hearing on that matter, i.e. noon on Friday, May 1, 2015. The Board of County Commissioners may vote to waive this requirement if they determine that the material is necessary to make an informed decision on the matter. Please include the case number(s) on the documents. Correspondence may be emailed to cvereecke@bernco.gov, or mailed to 111 Union Square SE, Suite 100, Albuquerque, NM  87102 -  ATTN: Catherine VerEecke.


03/25/2015

The Bernalillo County Commission continued to review and consider the Santolina Level A Master Plan application on March 25 and 26. Western Albuquerque Land Holdings has requested approval of a Planned Communities Level A Master Plan and Planned Communities Zoning for 13,851 acres of undeveloped land in the southwestern area of Bernalillo County.

The County Planning Commission recommended approval of the Santolina requests, with conditions, at its Dec. 3, 2014 hearing. The Board of County Commissioners considered the requests, along with five appeals of the recommendation (see below). 

  1. COA2015-0005 – Western Albuquerque Land Holdings LLC (the applicant) has appealed the recommendation of the CPC of specific findings and conditions for the Santolina Level A Master Plan.
  2. COA2015-0006 – Southwest Organizing Project, New Mexico Health Equity Working Group, and Pajarito Village Neighborhood Association have appealed the decision of the CPC to recommend approval of the zone map amendment to the Planned Communities Zone for Santolina.
  3. COA2015-0007 - Southwest Organizing Project, New Mexico Health Equity Working Group, and Pajarito Village Neighborhood Association have appealed the decision of the CPC to recommend approval of the Santolina Level A Master Plan.
  4. COA2015-0008 – South Valley Coalition of Neighborhood Associations has appealed the decision of the CPC to recommend approval of the Santolina Level A Master Plan.
  5. COA2015-0009 – South Valley Regional Association of Acequias and Center for Social Sustainable Systems have appealed the decision of the CPC to recommend approval of the Santolina Level A Master Plan.

The hearings were held in the Vincent E. Griego Chambers at the Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Government Center, One Civic Plaza NW.

These new dates were rescheduled from an original date of Feb. 19, 2015.


12/03/2014

At its Dec. 3, 2014 public hearing, the County Planning Commission (CPC) voted to recommend approval with conditions of the Level A Santolina Master Plan and Planned Communities Zoning. The Board of County Commissioners will consider the Master Plan and Zoning request based on the recommendation of the County Planning Commission, which appears in the notices of decision.

To see the documents from this meeting, please scroll down this page to "Santolina Level A Master Plan - Documents/Background - Dec. 3, 2014 - County Planning Commission Recommendations to BCC for Santolina Level A Master Plan".



Santolina Level B Master Plan - Documents/Background

On Jan. 25, 2016, the Santolina Level B Master Plan was submitted to Bernalillo County's Planning and Development Services Department. The Santolina Level B Master Plan is currently under review by Bernalillo County staff and other agencies as part of a public hearing process. The plan was considered by the County Planning Commission at its March 2, 2016 public hearing; and a series of special hearings were scheduled based on topic. 

At the January 4, 2017 public hearing, the County Planning Commission recommended to the Board of County Commissioners approval of the Santolina Level B.I Plan. Here is the Notification of Decision and here is the Staff Report compiled in advance of the Jan. 4 hearing. 

 


 

Santolina Level B.I Plan Public Hearing – April 4, 2017
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Santolina Level B.I Plan Public Hearing and Appeal - March 14, 2017
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County Planning Commission Hearing- January 4, 2017
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Bernalillo County Board Administrative Meeting - Nov. 15, 2016
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County Planning Commission - November 2, 2016
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County Planning Commission - July 21, 2016
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County Planning Commission - June 23, 2016
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County Planning Commission - May 26, 2016
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County Planning Commission - April 27, 2016
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County Planning Commission - March 2, 2016
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Level B Master Plan Submittal - Jan. 25, 2016
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In addition, a revised Level A Transportation Master Plan was submitted on Jan. 25, 2016 to address the conditions of approval for the Level A Transportation Plan.


 

Santolina Level A Master Plan - Documents/Background

The County Planning Commission and Board of County Commissioners had a series of hearings on the Santolina Level A master plan throughout 2014 and 2015 - see the past meeting schedule.

To view the staff report and related attachments from the Dec. 3, 2014 CPC hearing, please go to the main meeting agenda

All documents/presentations/reports below are pertaining to the original Santolina Level A  Master Plan submittal.

Santolina Level A Master Plan - Final Documents
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June 16, 2015 Board of County Commissioners Meeting Documents
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May 28, 2015 Board of County Commissioners Meeeting Documents
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Dec. 3, 2014 - County Planning Commission Recommendations to BCC for Santolina Level A Master Plan
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Previous Plan Drafts
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Technical Appendices
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Presentations From Staff
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Original Presentations From Project Agent
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