REVISED

Monterey County

Minor/Standard Subdivision Committee

 

AGENDA

Thursday, January 13, 2011

 

Monterey County Government Center – Board of Supervisors Chambers

168 W. Alisal Street

Salinas, CA 93901

9:00 a.m.

 

Chair:  Tom Moss, Water Resources Agency  Vice-Chair:  James McPharlin, Fire

Secretary:  Jacqueline Onciano, RMA Planning

            Chad Alinio, RMA Public Works

            Roger VanHorn, Environmental Health Bureau

            David Lutes, Parks (Subdivision only)

            Keith Vandevere, Planning Commissioner (Minor Subdivision Only)

 

A.        ROLL CALL:  9:00AM

 

B.        PUBLIC COMMENTS:

 

C.        APPROVAL OF MINUTES:  July 29, 2010, August 12, 2010, September 9, 2010, September 30, 2010, November 18, 2010, December 9. 2010

 

D.        SCHEDULED ITEMS:  MINOR SUBDIVISION COMMITTEE

 

1.         9:15A.M. – O’NEIL PROPERTIES LP. – PLN080415

PROJECT PLANNER:  LIZ GONZALES. ENVIRONMENTAL STATUS:  CATEGORICALLY EXEMPT.  PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  COMBINED DEVELOPMENT PERMIT CONSISTING OF: 1) A COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT FOR A LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT FOR AN EQUAL EXCHANGE OF 84 SQUARE FEET BETWEEN ASSESSOR’S PARCEL NUMBER 008-551-012-000 AND THE COMMON AREA OF THE PEBBLE BEACH TOWNHOMES DESCRIBED AS ASSESSOR’S PARCEL NUMBER 008-551-015-000; 2) A VARIANCE TO INCREASE THE ALLOWED BUILDING SITE COVERAGE FROM 35% TO 46% AND FLOOR AREA RATIO FROM 25% TO 36% FOR A 63 SQUARE FOOT ADDITION; AND 3) DESIGN APPROVAL.  THE PROPERTY IS LOCATED AT 3301 17 MILE DRIVE UNIT NO. 21, PEBBLE BEACH (ASSESSOR’S PARCEL NUMBER 008-551-012-000 AND 008-551-015-000), DEL MONTE FOREST AREA, COASTAL ZONE. RECOMMENDED ACTION:  APPROVE PROJECT.


E.         SCHEDULED ITEMS:  STANDARD SUBDIVISION COMMITTEE

 

1.         9:30A.M. – WHISPERING OAKS/MST – PLN090071

PROJECT PLANNER:  CRAIG SPENCER. ENVIRONMENTAL STATUS:  ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT. PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  CONTINUED FROM DECEMBER 9, 2010.  1) CONSIDERED THE DRAFT EIR WITH THE ATTACHED MITIGATED MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM; AND 2) RECOMMENDED TO THE PLANNING COMMISSION APPROVAL OF THE MONTEREY-SALINAS TRANSIT AND WHISPERING OAKS BUSINESS PARK COMBINED DEVELOPMENT PERMIT CONSISTING OF: a) STANDARD SUBDIVISION PHASED VESTING TENTATIVE MAP DIVIDING TWO PARCELS OF 30.3 ACRES AND 85.2 ACRES (ASSESSOR’S PARCEL NUMBER 031-101-041-000 AND 031-101-056-000) INTO 16 BUILDABLE LOTS INCLUDING A 24.4ACRE LOT AND 15 SMALLER LOTS RAGING IN SIZE FROM 1 ACRE TO 3 ARCES, A ROADWAY PARCEL (APPROXIMATELY 7.4 ACRES), A DRAINAGE DETENTION AND PERCOLATION PARCEL (APPROXIMATELY 1.7 ACRES), AND TWO OPEN SPACE PARCELS (APPROXIMATELY 49 ACRES AND 8.7 ACRES); b) GENERAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN ESTABLISHED ALLOWED USE OF A LIGHT COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL CHARACTER WITH A “GREEN BUSINESS PARK” THEME, ESTABLISHED CONDITIONAL USE ALLOWED FOR MORE INTENSIVE USES, ESTABLISHED SITE DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS AND DESIGN CRITERIA, AND GUIDING OPERATIONS FOR THE PROPOSED WHISPERING OAKS BUSINESS PARK; c) GENERAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND USE PERMIT TO ALLOW FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE MONTEREY-SALINAS TRANSIT (MST) ADMINISTRATIVE AND MAINTENANCE FACILITY CONTAINING THE FOLLOWING: 1) A 36,000 SQUARE FOOT THREE-STORY ADMINSTRATIVE BUIDLING; 2) A 96,450 SQUARE FOOT TWO-STORY BUS MAINTENANCE BUILDING; 3) AN 18,620 SQUARE FOOT FUEL/BRAKE/TIRE/ BUILDING WITH UNDERGROUND TANKS ATTACHED BY A CANOPY TO AN 8,373 SQUARE FOOT BUS WASH/STEAM CLEANING BUILDING; AND 4) APPROXIMATELY 15 ACRES OF PAVED PARKING TO ACCOMMODATE UP TO 281 BUSSES AND 388 AUTOMOBILE; d) USE PERMIT TO ALLOW THE REMOVAL OF APPROXIMATELY 2,400 COAST LIVE OAK TREES ON LOT 1 (MST PARCEL); AND e) USE PERMIT TO ALLOW THE REMOVAL OF APPROXIMATELY 2,000 COAST LIVE OAKS ON LOTSS 2 THROUGH 16, AND FOR INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS.  THE PROPERTY IS LOCATED AT 10601 INTER-GARRISON ROAD, MARINA (ASSESSOR’S PARCEL NUMBER 031-101-041-000 AND 031-101-056-000), GREATER MONTEREY PENINSULA AREA PLAN. RECOMMENDED:  PROJECT TO BE CONTINUED TO A JANUARY 27, 2011.

 

2.         10:30A.M. – RIGOULETTE, LLC (VILLAS DE CARMELO) – PLN070497

PROJECT PLANNER:  LIZ GONZALES. ENVIRONMENTAL STATUS:  ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT. PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  CONTINUED FROM DECEMBER 9, 2010. Combined Development Permit to redevelop the existing Carmel Convalescent Hospital site, generally located at the northwest corner of Highway One and Valley Way, with a 46-unit condominium project.  Required entitlements include: 1) Standard Subdivision for a Vesting Tentative Map to subdivide 3.68 acres in to 46 condominium parcels and common open space; 2) Local Coastal Plan Amendment to change the land use designation from Medium Density Residential, two units per acre (MDR/2) to High Density Residential, 12.5 units per acre (HDR/12.5), including associated amendments to the Carmel Area Land Use Plan; 3) Coastal Development Permit to convert the former convalescent hospital into nine condominium units with underground parking, recreation room, storage, and a gym; 4) Coastal Administrative Permit to demolish one existing structure and construct 12 buildings for a total of 46 condominium units; 5) Coastal Development Permit to allow development on slopes of 30% or greater; 6) Coastal Development permit to allow the removal of 97 trees (21 coast live oak and 76 Monterey pines); and 7) Design Approval.  The existing hospital address is 24945 Valley Way, Carmel (Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 009-061-002-000, 009-061-003-000, 009-061-005-000), Coastal Zone. RECOMMENDED ACTION:  STAFF RECOMMENDING APPROVAL OF MODIFIED DESIGN ALTERNATIVE.

 

F.         DEPARTMENT REPORT:

 

G.        ADJOURNMENT:

 

The Recommendation Action section indicates the staff recommendation at the time the agenda was prepared.  That recommendation does not limit the Minor/Standard Subdivision’s alternative actions on any matter before it.

 

DOCUMENT DISTRIBUTION:  Documents relating to agenda items that are distributed to the Planning Commission less than 72 hours prior to the meeting are available for public inspection at the front counter of the Resource Management Agency – Planning and Building Services Departments, Monterey County Government Center , 168 W. Alisal Street, 2nd Floor, Salinas, CA.  Documents distributed by County staff at the meeting of the Minor/Standard Subdivision will be available at the meeting.

 

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