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EIGHTH AMENDMENT (5-98-156-A8), APPROVED OCTOBER 7, 2003:

Comprehensive sign program, including fifteen freestanding directory signs, three freestanding “The Pike” identification signs, one building mounted “The Pike” identification sign, and a flagpole at the base of Pine Avenue Pier on Building K parcel.

NINTH AMENDMENT (5-98-156-A9), APPROVED DECEMBER 11, 2003:

Relocate the previously approved Ferris wheel amusement ride to an open space area near the northwest corner of Shoreline Drive and Pine Avenue.

TENTH AMENDMENT (5-98-156-A10), APPROVED JANUARY 15, 2004:

Delete the previously approved nautical museum (Building M) at the foot of Pine Avenue Pier, and incorporate the site into the adjacent restaurant use (Building N).

ELEVENTH AMENDMENT (5-98-156-A11), APPROVED MARCH 16, 2005:

Install 24 Retail Merchandising Units (RMUs) in 24 specific sidewalk and plaza locations north of Shoreline Drive (LCP Subarea 5), within the previously approved Pike at Rainbow Harbor retail and entertainment complex.

TWELFTH AMENDMENT (5-98-156-A12), NOT APPROVED (RETURNED INCOMPLETE):

Amend the Employee Parking Program required by Special Condition Sixteen.

THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT (5-98-156-A13), APPROVED MAY 11, 2005:

South of Shoreline Drive, re-subdivide four acres designated for commercial land use (Parcel Nos. 1-4 of Map No. 25804) into Parcel Nos. 1-9 of Map No. 61999. The proposed subdivision slightly reconfigures, and further divides, four existing lots into nine lots totaling four acres.

FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT (5-98-156-A14), APPROVED NOVEMBER 18, 2005:

Install three automatic teller machines (ATMs) within the previously approved Pike at Rainbow Harbor retail and entertainment complex.

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