1. The Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan’s (BVCP) four-body review process requires City Council, County Commissioners, City Planning Board and County Planning Commissioners to review and approve shifts of properties from County jurisdiction to City jurisdiction, as defined by the BVCP. In the recent BCVP 2015 update, the four-body review process was significantly changed. Do you agree with the changes? Why or why not?
Jill
Grano
I am familiar with SmartRegs and as the owner of an older renter property in town, I will be affected by this regulation and will likely be working towards compliance myself. That said, I do support this regulation and have supported it since 2011. I appreciate that groups like BARHA have been communicating with their members since SmartRegs’ inception. Hopefully this has given owners time to save in order to meet the requirements. There are many unknowns as we move forward and I would like to empower staff to make common sense decisions as issues arise. For example, if compliance requires major structural changes or triggers major additional costs such as asbestos removal, etc. I hope that the City and homeowners can work together towards a mutually beneficial, common sense solution.