PUBLIC POLICY COUNCIL PURPOSE STATEMENT
To increase the industry’s influence on public policy by working with elected officials, government staff and community organizations to foster a positive business climate for all HBA members and to protect housing attainability for our community.
Chair: Kevin Walker, Walker Schooler District Managers
Staff Liaison: Marla Novak, firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting: 2nd Thursday of each month, 11:30 AM at the HBA
El Paso County Water Master Plan
The EPC Water Master Plan was heard by the Planning Commission for 1st public hearing this past Tuesday, December 4. The 2nd public hearing and most likely adoption will be Tuesday, December 18, and will be held in the upstairs hearing room at the Regional Development Center.
Please take the time to review the EPC Water Master Plan Draft linked below and send any comments to me before December 18th.
Comments can also be presented at the hearing. Any modifications, corrections, and recommendations by the Planning Commission, will be added before final publication.
The impact of home construction on the local economy and economic contributions is measured through jobs, associated payroll and economic output. Each year the industry builds new homes to accommodate our growing population and the year-over-year recurring effect magnifies the overall economic impact. In order to help consumers understand the real cost and impact of new home construction in El Paso County, the HBA has published a brochure using data-driven information from NAHB and Summit Economics.
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