Provisional order hearing
(1)On the date and at the place fixed for the provisional order hearing, any property owners interested in such project may by specific and written complaints, protests, or objections present their views in respect to the proposed project to the board or may present them orally. The board may adjourn the hearing from time to time.
(2)After the hearing has been concluded, after all written complaints, protests, and objections have been read and duly considered, and after all persons desiring to be heard in person have been heard, the board shall consider the arguments, if any, and any other relevant material put forth.
(3)Thereafter if the board determines that it is not for the public interest that the proposed project or a part thereof be made, the board shall make an order by resolution to that effect; and thereupon the proceeding for the project or for any part thereof determined against by such order shall stop and shall not be begun again until the adoption of a new resolution.
(4)Any complaint, protest, or objection to the regularity, validity, and correctness of the proceedings and instruments taken, adopted, or made prior to the date of the hearing shall be deemed waived unless presented in writing on specific grounds at the time and in the manner specified in this article.
Section 32-11-611 — Provisional order hearing,
https://leg.colorado.gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-32.pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).