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DISTRICT COURT, EL PASO COUNTY, COLORADO NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITIONS FOR ORGANIZATION IN RE THE ORGANIZATION OF FREESTYLE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT NOS. 1-4, EL PASO COUNTY, COLORADO PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that there were filed in the District Court in and for the County of El Paso and State of Colorado, on the 27th day of September, 2021, Petitions entitled "In Re the Organization of Freestyle Metropolitan District No. 1," "In Re the Organization of Freestyle Metropolitan District No. 2," "In Re the Organization of Freestyle Metropolitan District No. 3," and "In Re the Organization of Freestyle Metropolitan District No. 4," which Petitions pray for the organization of metropolitan districts pursuant to the provisions of Title 32, Article 1, Part 3, Colorado Revised Statutes, as amended. Notice is further given that a Service Plan for the proposed Districts and a Resolution adopted by the City Council for the City of Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, approving the Service Plan were also filed with the Court in this matter as required by law. Said documents are now on file at the office of the Clerk of the District Court of El Paso County, El Paso County Judicial Building, 270 S. Tejon Street, Colorado Springs, CO, and are available for public inspection (Case Nos. 2021CV31362, 2021CV31363, 2021CV31364, and 2021CV31365). The proposed Districts shall have the power and authority to provide the public improvements as described in the Service Plan as approved by the City Council for the City of Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, by resolution dated July 27, 2021, within and without the boundaries of the proposed Districts as such power and authority are described in the Special District Act, and other applicable statutes, common law and the Constitution, subject to the limitations set forth in the Service Plan and any intergovernmental agreement(s) between the proposed Districts and the City of Colorado Springs, as any or all of the same may be amended from time to time. The initial boundaries of the proposed Districts consist of approximately 509 acres located entirely within the City of Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado. The property included within the proposed Districts is generally located southeast of the intersection of Marksheffel Boulevard and Huber Road in the City of Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado. A full legal description is available from the office of Spencer Fane LLP, 1700 Lincoln Street, Suite 2000, Denver, Colorado 80203. No later than ten days before the Court's public hearings on the Petitions for Organization, the owner of any real property within the proposed Districts may file a petition with the Court stating reasons why said property should not be included in the proposed District(s) and requesting that said real property be excluded therefrom. Such petition shall be duly verified and shall describe the property sought to be excluded. The Court shall hear said petition and all objections thereto at the time of the hearings on the Petitions for Organization and shall determine whether, in the best public interest, said property should be excluded or included in the proposed special districts. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that by Orders of the District Court in and for the County of El Paso, Colorado, public hearings on said Petitions for Organization will be held on September 27, 2021 at 9:30 a.m., via WebEx, call-in number 415-655-0001, meeting number (access code) 924-077-109 in the District Courtroom of Judge Fidorff, Division 12, at which time and place any interested parties or persons may appear if they so desire, within the limitations provided by law. Such interested parties, as defined by the Control Act, Title 32, Article 1, Part 2, C.R.S., as amended, are as follows: 1. The governing body of each municipality or special district which has levied an ad valorem tax within the next preceding tax year and which has boundaries within a radius of three miles of the boundaries of the proposed Districts; and 2. Any residents or property owners within the proposed Districts. Any such interested party or person who has appeared and presented his or her objections before the City Council for the City of Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, shall also have the right to appear and be heard at the hearings by the Court on the Petitions for Organization of the Districts. In the event the Court orders that the questions of the organization of the proposed Districts be submitted to the electors of the proposed Districts at elections to be held for that purpose, at said elections the electors of the proposed Districts shall elect up to five electors of the Districts. Those elected shall constitute the Boards of Directors of the Districts, if organized. Two of the original directors are to serve until they or their successors are elected and qualified at the next regular elections occurring in any year following that in which the proposed Districts are organized, and three of the original directors are to serve until the second regular elections. Pursuant to Section 32-1-804.3, C.R.S., a nomination for director to serve either term may be made by self-nomination and acceptance form or letter as provided in Section 32-1-804.3, C.R.S., with the time and manner of filing such form or letter as directed in the Orders of the District Court authorizing the elections. /s/ Clerk of the District Court El Paso County, Colorado Published in The Gazette September 11, 2021.

DISTRICT COURT, EL PASO COUNTY, COLORADO
NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITIONS FOR ORGANIZATION
IN RE THE ORGANIZATION OF FREESTYLE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT
NOS. 1-4, EL PASO COUNTY, COLORADO
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that there were filed in
the District Court in and for the County of El Paso and State of Colorado, on the 27th day of September, 2021, Petitions entitled “In Re
the Organization of Freestyle Metropolitan District No. 1,” “In Re the
Organization of Freestyle Metropolitan District No. 2,” “In Re the Organization of Freestyle Metropolitan District No. 3,” and “In Re the Organization of Freestyle Metropolitan District No. 4,” which Petitions
pray for the organization of metropolitan districts pursuant to the
provisions of Title 32, Article 1, Part 3, Colorado Revised Statutes, as
amended. Notice is further given that a Service Plan for the proposed
Districts and a Resolution adopted by the City Council for the City of
Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, approving the Service
Plan were also filed with the Court in this matter as required by law.
Said documents are now on file at the office of the Clerk of the District Court of El Paso County, El Paso County Judicial Building, 270
S. Tejon Street, Colorado Springs, CO, and are available for public
inspection (Case Nos. 2021CV31362, 2021CV31363, 2021CV31364, and
2021CV31365).
The proposed Districts shall have the power and authority to provide the public improvements as described in the Service
Plan as approved by the City Council for the City of Colorado Springs,
El Paso County, Colorado, by resolution dated July 27, 2021, within
and without the boundaries of the proposed Districts as such power and authority are described in the Special District Act, and other
applicable statutes, common law and the Constitution, subject to the
limitations set forth in the Service Plan and any intergovernmental
agreement(s) between the proposed Districts and the City of Colorado Springs, as any or all of the same may be amended from time to
time.
The initial boundaries of the proposed Districts consist of
approximately 509 acres located entirely within the City of Colorado
Springs, El Paso County, Colorado. The property included within the
proposed Districts is generally located southeast of the intersection
of Marksheffel Boulevard and Huber Road in the City of Colorado
Springs, El Paso County, Colorado. A full legal description is available
from the office of Spencer Fane LLP, 1700 Lincoln Street, Suite 2000,
Denver, Colorado 80203.
No later than ten days before the Court’s public hearings on the Petitions for Organization, the owner of any real property within the proposed Districts may file a petition with the Court
stating reasons why said property should not be included in the proposed District(s) and requesting that said real property be excluded
therefrom. Such petition shall be duly verified and shall describe the
property sought to be excluded. The Court shall hear said petition
and all objections thereto at the time of the hearings on the Petitions
for Organization and shall determine whether, in the best public interest, said property should be excluded or included in the proposed
special districts.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that by Orders of the District
Court in and for the County of El Paso, Colorado, public hearings on
said Petitions for Organization will be held on September 27, 2021 at
9:30 a.m., via WebEx, call-in number 415-655-0001, meeting number
(access code) 924-077-109 in the District Courtroom of Judge Fidorff,
Division 12, at which time and place any interested parties or persons
may appear if they so desire, within the limitations provided by law.
Such interested parties, as defined by the Control Act, Title 32, Article 1, Part 2, C.R.S., as amended, are as follows:
1.
The governing body of each municipality or special district which has levied an ad valorem tax within the next preceding
tax year and which has boundaries within a radius of three miles of
the boundaries of the proposed Districts; and
2.
Any residents or property owners within the proposed
Districts.
Any such interested party or person who has appeared
and presented his or her objections before the City Council for the
City of Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, shall also have
the right to appear and be heard at the hearings by the Court on the
Petitions for Organization of the Districts.
In the event the Court orders that the questions of the organization of the proposed Districts be submitted to the electors of
the proposed Districts at elections to be held for that purpose, at said
elections the electors of the proposed Districts shall elect up to five
electors of the Districts. Those elected shall constitute the Boards of
Directors of the Districts, if organized. Two of the original directors
are to serve until they or their successors are elected and qualified
at the next regular elections occurring in any year following that in
which the proposed Districts are organized, and three of the original
directors are to serve until the second regular elections. Pursuant
to Section 32-1-804.3, C.R.S., a nomination for director to serve either
term may be made by self-nomination and acceptance form or letter
as provided in Section 32-1-804.3, C.R.S., with the time and manner
of filing such form or letter as directed in the Orders of the District
Court authorizing the elections.

/s/


Clerk of the District Court
El Paso County, Colorado

Published in The Gazette September 11, 2021.

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