EAGLE — On one hand, the Berlaimont Estates debate is a broad private property rights versus public good conflict.
On another, it is a narrower question of applying applicable land-use and road standards to a proposed development that meets county regulations.
But there is at least one sure thing about the project discourse — Monday, March 12, is the deadline to weigh in on the topic as part of the U.S. Forest Service’s Berlaimont Estates Road Access Project comment period.
Berlaimont Estates is a 680-acre parcel of private property surrounded by U.S. Forest Service lands, located north of Edwards and west of the Berry Creek drainage. Owners Petr Lukes and Jana Sobotova have proposed 19 units and nine accessory units on 35-acre or larger parcels in the area.