Complete Equestrian is being opposed by the Larimer County Clerk and Recorder, Scott Doyle. He is an immediate neighbor who opposes many of the things that go along with having horses and living in the country- dust, flies, manure, etc. The business has applied for a Special Review to allow Complete Equestrian to operate in an Opened zoned rural neighborhood. The county land use code requires any Equine business not grandfathered in to go through this process. Complete Equestrian in one of MANY illegal businesses in larimer county that have recently been turned in to the county for code violations. The county is now reconsidering changing the land use code and the review process to better fit the incoming applications. The property is in a residential area on a 11.34 acre lot and is surrounded by several other equestrian businesses. It offers riding lessons to students of all age and ability. It teaches mainly children and it has several students with special needs. The facility also boards and owns 16 horses and does horse training. Please visit www.completeeq.com to learn more about the facility. The goal for Complete Equestrian is to work in harmony with its neighbors and continue to be a positive influence in the community. Thank you for your support of this small business trying to make a positive impact in Larimer County.