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File #: PH 20-061   
Section: Public Hearing Status: Agenda Ready
Meeting Body: Planning Commission
Agenda Date: 9/10/2020 Final action: 9/10/2020
Subject: Appeal of the Planning Director's Decision to Approve a Two-year Extension of the Approved Mixed Use Development consisting of 72 Residential Townhomes and 8,000 square feet of commercial space on a 5.88-acre parcel located at the Southwest corner of Mission Boulevard and Industrial Parkway (APNs: 078G-2651-012-08, 078G-2651-011-02, 078G-2651-010-03, 078G-2651-009-02, and 078G-2651-008-00) requiring Approval of a Vesting Tentative Tract Map and Site Plan Review; Application No. 201504677; (Appellant: Rosemarie Aguilar and Glenn Kirby); (Applicant: Doug Rich, Valley Oak Partners)
Attachments: 1. Attachment I Staff Report, 2. Attachment II Submitted Apeal, 3. Attachment IIII Correspondence from Lozeau Drury, 4. Attachment IV Applicant's Response, 5. Attachment V Original Conditions of Approval, 6. Attachment VI Revised Conditions of Approval, 7. Attachment VII Environmental Clean-up Chronology, 8. Attachment VIII Community Correspondence Received
DATE: September 10, 2020

TO: Planning Commission

FROM: Planning Manager

SUBJECT
Title

Appeal of the Planning Director's Decision to Approve a Two-year Extension of the Approved Mixed Use Development consisting of 72 Residential Townhomes and 8,000 square feet of commercial space on a 5.88-acre parcel located at the Southwest corner of Mission Boulevard and Industrial Parkway (APNs: 078G-2651-012-08, 078G-2651-011-02, 078G-2651-010-03, 078G-2651-009-02, and 078G-2651-008-00) requiring Approval of a Vesting Tentative Tract Map and Site Plan Review; Application No. 201504677; (Appellant: Rosemarie Aguilar and Glenn Kirby); (Applicant: Doug Rich, Valley Oak Partners)

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RECOMMENDATION
Recommendation

That the Planning Commission deny the appeal and uphold the Planning Director's decision to approve the two-year extension of the entitlements based on the analysis set forth in this report, including the required Findings, and subject to the original and amended Conditions of Approval (Attachments V and VI).
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SUMMARY

The Mission Village project, consisting of 72 townhomes and 8,000 sq. ft. of commercial space requiring a Vesting Tentative Tract Map and Site Plan Review, was approved by the Planning Commission in January 20171. Since approval the developer has been working closely with the Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) related to clean up efforts on the site previously caused by a dry-cleaning establishment. While the developer has continued to move forward to obtain approval of the Improvement Plans and Final Map, the coordination with the RWQCB took longer than anticipated and the developer approached the City to request an extension of their approved entitlements to allow them time to finalize those plans and construct the project. As part of the extension, staff imposed some new conditions of approval to address timely demolition of the existing buildings on site and to ensure the commercia...

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