|Subdivision: SPIRES BROADMOOR||Filing: 2||Subdivision Number: 6784|
|Address:6089 BUTTERMERE DR|
|DP No:||Zone:R19||Overlay:HS DF|
|Required Landscape:||Fire Codes:**SYS/FUELS/A-ROOF|
Date In Date Out Status Reviewer Contractor Comments Rem 03/29/2021 3/30/2021 12:54:00 PM A KLS PREMIER CUSTOM DECKS LLC approval for deck extensions 22x16 uncovered and 17x18 covered, 9' height. Total deck sf (existing and extended) 1185sf. 18.49 percent new total lot coverage. applicant accepts no grading or vegetation removal permitted per disclaimer Rem 03/23/2021 3/26/2021 2:14:00 PM D KLS PREMIER CUSTOM DECKS LLC !. Need to show new lot coverage calculation. Please include the following in a legend because unclear if site date information is old or new:
-All existing decks sf (note the height and if covered)
(there appears to be an existing deck along eastern side of house and it was undetermined what height or if covered and if to include in lot coverage calculation)
-All proposed decks sf (note height and if covered)
New lot coverage in legend: first floor area sf + garage sf + existing decks 8' in height and/or covered + proposed decks 8' in height and/or covered / total lot size. Cannot exceed 25%
*No grading or vegetation removal permitted
email@example.com Add 06/18/2013 6/18/2013 A RMT TO EXTEND AN EXISTING DECK AT THE REAR OF THE SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE. 9' X 15' IS THE ADDITIONAL DECK AREA AND 6 FT OFF THE GROUND. PROPERTY OWNER STATED THAT THE CLOSEST TREE IS ALREADY LIMBED ABOUT 8 FT FROM THE DECK LEVEL. New 02/13/2007 2/16/2007 A DMT TRENDS WEST ok to permit. Trees close to deck in rear should be saved, but may need to be limbed back. New 01/26/2007 2/1/2007 D DMT TRENDS WEST Can you swing this home forward or eliminate a portion of the deck in order to effectively save the large evergreen trees at the rear of the home? At the very least, they would have to be trimmed back 10' from the edge of the deck. The large tree appears to close to save, between the wall and deck proximity and still maintain the hillside character. Show and note the 20' drainage easement between Lots 1 and 2 (see attachment). Note the dimensions between the home and lot lines. Be sure that the slope at the front does not exceed 33%. A 7' wall would have to be engineered for permitting. Consider two walls for aesthetic reasons to reduce the impact. Height ok. NEW 10/10/2008 A DMT TRENDS WEST Christina Randall, Wildland Risk Manager recommended saving the tree off the front deck of home, as previolsu approved with the hillside site plan. The following mitigation measurs have been suggested: Prune all limbs back to the main stem facing the house. Limb all limbs up to 6’ ht (to the main stem. Remove oak from under drip line.
For further information, please contact the Development Review Office @ 385-5982.