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File #: CONS 16-218   
Section: Consent Status: Agenda Ready
Meeting Body: City Council
Agenda Date: 5/17/2016 Final action:
Subject: Approval of Final Map Tract 7989 - Bridge Pointe Homes Development - associated with the previously approved vesting tentative map and proposed development of sixteen lots with attached residential units on a 0.98 acre site at 1450 North Lane; North Lane Ventures (Applicant/Owner)
Attachments: 1. Attachment I Resolution Approving FM 7989, 2. Attachment II Vicinity Map Tract 7989, 3. Attachment III Site Map Tract 7989
DATE: May 17, 2016

TO: Mayor and City Council

FROM: Development Services Director

SUBJECT
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Approval of Final Map Tract 7989 - Bridge Pointe Homes Development - associated with the previously approved vesting tentative map and proposed development of sixteen lots with attached residential units on a 0.98 acre site at 1450 North Lane; North Lane Ventures (Applicant/Owner)

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RECOMMENDATION
Recommendation

That the City Council adopts the attached resolution (Attachment I) that approves Final Map 7989 - Bridge Pointe Homes Development, finding that it is in substantial conformance with the approved Vesting Tentative Tract Map 7989 and the conditions of approval thereof; and authorizes the City Manager to take other administrative actions and execute a Subdivision Agreement and such other documents as are appropriate to effectuate the required improvements for the Bridge Pointe Homes Development at 1450 North Lane between Saklan Road and Eden Avenue.

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BACKGROUND

Per State law, Tentative and Final maps are required for all subdivisions creating five or more parcels. A Tentative Tract Map is required to ensure that any proposed development complies with the Subdivision Map Act, the California Environmental Quality Act, Planned Development guidelines, the City Subdivision Ordinance, Zoning Ordinance, Building Code regulations, the Hayward General Plan and Neighborhood Plans, and the site specific requirements of the Planning, Public Works, Fire, and Police Departments.

After the Tentative Map and Precise Plan are approved, the developer submits the Final Subdivision Map and Improvement Plans for review and approval by the City Engineer (and subsequent recordation of the Final Map after Council review and approval) before proceeding with obtaining building permits for the construction of improvements. The developer is required to file a Tentative Map and Final Map so that the sixteen single-family dwel...

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