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MONTECITO PLANNING COMMISSION MARKED AGENDA Hearing of July 16, 2008 Page 3

South Jameson and all other buildings encroach 10’ into the 50’ setback from centerline of South Jameson Lane.

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      Along the southern portion of the property, guestrooms along east-west segment of Miramar Avenue would encroach up to 50’ into the 50’ setback from the property line and 30’ into the 50’ setback from the centerline of Miramar Ave and oceanfront guestrooms would encroach <10’ into the 10’ setback from the Union Pacific Rail Road property line.

  • A modification to the number of parking spaces required for the project. The County’s parking standards contained in Article II, Coastal Zoning Ordinance, require a total of 671 parking spaces onsite to accommodate the proposed project. However, only a total of 551 parking spaces would be provided, for a total of 120 spaces fewer than ordinance requirements.

  • c)

    Case No. 07CUP-00000-00045 [application filed on June 7, 2007], a revised Major Conditional Use Permit for hotel improvements in the Transportation Corridor Zone District (within the Union Pacific railroad right-of-way) in compliance with Section 35- 172 of the Article II Coastal Zoning Ordinance, on property zoned C-V (Resort/Visitor Serving Commercial);

  • d)

    Case No. 07CUP-00000-00046 [application filed on June 7, 2007], a revised Minor Conditional Use Permit for a 10-ft. high sound wall along South Jameson Lane in compliance with Section 35-172 of the Article II Coastal Zoning Ordinance, on property zoned C-V (Resort/Visitor Serving Commercial);

  • e)

    Case No. 07CUP-00000-00047 [application filed on June 7, 2007], a new Minor Conditional Use Permit for four employee dwellings in compliance with Section 35-172 of the Article II Coastal Zoning Ordinance, on property zoned C-V (Resort/Visitor Serving Commercial);

  • f)

    Case No. 08CUP-00000-00005 [application filed on December 13, 2007], a new Major Conditional Use Permit for repairs to an existing seawall in compliance with Section 35-

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      (2)(o) of the Article II Coastal Zoning Ordinance;

g)

Case No. 08GOV-00000-00017 [application filed on June 25, 2008], for a determination that the abandonment of an easement over the north-south segment of Miramar Avenue by the County Roads Division is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and Coastal Land Use Plan of the County of Santa Barbara, pursuant to Government Code Section 65402;

h)

Case No. 08CDP-00000-00054 [application filed on May 1, 2008], a follow-on Coastal Development Permit for buildout of 07RVP-00000-00009, 07CUP-00000-00045, 07CUP- 00000-00046, 07CUP-00000-00047, and 08CUP-00000-00005 pursuant to Section 35- 169.4(3)(a) of Article II Coastal Zoning Ordinance; and to;

i)

Certify the Subsequent Environmental Impact Report (SEIR) (08EIR-00000-00003), including an Addendum to Negative Declaration 00-ND-003 pursuant to the State Guidelines for Implementation of the California Environmental Quality Act. As a result of this project, significant effects on the environment are anticipated in the following

biological resources, cultural materials/risk of upset, historic transportation/circulation, and

categories:

aesthetics/visual

resources,

air

quality,

resources, fire protection, geologic processes, hazardous

recreation,

facilities,

resources, land use, noise, water resources/flooding.

public

The SEIR and all documents referenced therein may be reviewed at the Planning and Development Department, 123 E. Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara. The SEIR is also available

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