Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Chair: Jose Mendez Vice-Chair:
Paul C. Getzelman Cosme Padilla
Jay Brown Aurelio Salazar, Jr
Amy Roberts Jose Mendez
Don Rochester Keith Vandevere
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
A. ROLL CALL
B. PUBLIC COMMENTS
C. AGENDA ADDITIONS, DELETIONS
D. APPROVAL OF MINUTES: None
E. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS, REQUESTS AND REFERRALS
F. SCHEDULED ITEMS
Project Planner: David Mack. Environmental Status: Statutorily Exempt. Project Description: Combined Development Permit consisting of: 1) Minor Subdivision Vesting Tentative Map to allow the division of a 37.8 acre parcel into three (3) parcels of 10.5 acres, 13.8 acres, 7.5 acres and a remainder parcel of 6.0 acres; and 2) Use Permit for development in a Visually Sensitive area ("VS" district). The project proposes approximately 3,100 cubic yards of grading (combination of cut/fill), individual septic systems and 60 foot wide road and utility easements. The project will be served by an existing well and a proposed mutual water company. The project will not involve any tree removal or development in areas in excess of 30 percent slopes. The property is located at 24915 Boots Road, Monterey (Assessor's Parcel Number 173‑062‑008‑000), Greater Monterey Peninsula area. Recommended Action: Continue project to September 25, 2013 hearing.
Project Planner: Maria Lopez. Environmental Status: Technical Addendum to a previously certified Santa Lucia Preserve EIR (EIR 94-005). Project Description: Public Hearing to : 1) Consider a Technical Addendum to the Environmental Impact Report for the Santa Lucia Preserve (EIR 94‑005) prepared for the approval of Combined Development Permit No. PLN080350; and 2) Consider a three‑year extension of Combined Development Permit No. PLN080350 consisting of: a) Administrative Permit and Design Approval to allow the construction of a 6,230 square foot two‑story single family dwelling with an attached 1,000 square‑foot three‑car garage, a 1,055 square‑foot barn, an 800 square-foot swimming pool, 15 garden walls totaling 580 linear feet; b) Use Permit to allow the removal of 11 oak trees and the re‑location of 5 oak trees; and c) Administrative Permit to allow the construction of an 840 square‑foot detached accessory dwelling unit with a 253 square‑foot covered terrace and grading consisting of 240 cubic yards of cut and 75 cubic yards of fill. The property is located at 8 Goodrich Trail, Carmel (Assessor's Parcel Number 239‑102‑021‑000), Carmel Valley Master Plan. Recommended Action: Continue project to October 9, 2013 hearing.
Project Planner: Joe Sidor. Environmental Status: Mitigated Negative Declaration. Project Description: CONTINUED FROM AUGUST 14, 2013. Combined Development Permit consisting of: 1) a Coastal Development Permit and Design Approval for the construction of approximately 750 linear feet of new trails, restoration/rehabilitation of habitat on approximately 33,425 linear feet (6.33 miles) of trail segments, improvements to approximately 15,550 linear feet (2.95 miles) of existing trail segments, repair and replacement of wood and cable steps at two existing locations, improvements to 22 existing and/or relocated overlooks, repair to 17 existing trail gate areas, installation of new park signage, and construction of three pedestrian bridges at Soberanes Creek and Doud Creek; 2) a Coastal Development Permit to allow development within 100 feet of environmentally sensitive habitat; 3) a Coastal Development Permit to allow development within 50 feet of a coastal bluff; 4) a Coastal Development Permit to allow development on property with positive archaeological reports; and 5) a Coastal Development Permit to allow development within the Big Sur Critical Viewshed. The property is located at Garrapata State Park, Highway 1 ((Assessor's Parcel Numbers 243‑241‑006‑000 to 243‑241‑010‑000 and 243‑241‑012‑000, 243‑271‑001‑000 to 243‑271‑007‑000, 243‑271‑009‑000 and 243‑271‑010‑000, 243‑212‑012‑000, and 243‑212‑015‑000), Big Sur Land Use Plan, Coastal Zone. Recommended Action: Adopt Mitigated Negative Declaration with Mitigation Monitoring Reporting Plan and Approve Project
Project Planner: Craig Spencer. Environmental Status: Categorically Exempt. Project Description: CONTINUED FROM AUGUST 28, 2013. Public hearing to consider an ordinance adding Section 21.64.320 to the Monterey County Code establishing regulations for the issuance of permits and entitlements for development on properties utilizing private streets, roads, and other traveled ways. (Proof of Access ‑ Board Referral No. 2005‑01). Recommended Action: Recommend Approval to Board of Supervisors.
Project Planner: Craig Spencer. Environmental Status: Categorically Exempt. Project Description: CONTINUED FROM AUGUST 28, 2013.Public hearing to consider adoption of a Resolution of Intent to amend the Local Coastal Program adding Chapter 20.64.320 (Monterey County Coastal Implementation Plan, Part 1, Zoning Ordinance) to the Monterey County Code to establish regulations for the issuance of permits and entitlements for development on properties utilizing private streets, roads and other traveled ways (“Proof of Access”). Recommended Action: Recommend Approval to Board of Supervisors.
Project Planner: Carl Holm/Jacqueline Onciano. Project Description: CONTINUED FROM AUGUST 28, 2013. Hold a Public Workshop to facilitate the development of draft regulations to address issues related to wells, including but not limited to, setbacks for new wells, wells in consolidated materials, high capacity wells, replacement wells, and well influence assessments. Recommended Action: Conduct a workshop and provide direction to staff.
G. OTHER MATTERS: NONE
H. DEPARTMENT REPORT
The Recommended Action indicates the staff recommendation at the time the agenda was prepared. That recommendation does not limit the Planning Commission’s alternative actions on any matter before it.
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