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commute times such that employees will have an incentive to park in public lots to avoid being late for work; and,

d) The plan insures that the employee parking is provided to employees at a cost that does not exceed the cost of parking in nearby public parking lots (such as the metered on-street spaces and parking within the Marina Green and Shoreline Park parking areas), and,

e) The plan identifies the signs, notices and other measures that will inform all employees of the commercial developments approved herein of the employee parking program.

The applicants shall implement the employee parking program as approved by the Commission.

Height Limits - LCP Subarea 6

All buildings, signs, structures, poles and/or building extensions in LCP Subarea 6 that exceed 40 feet in elevation are prohibited unless specifically permitted by this condition or another Commission approval. In LCP Subarea 6, no portion of the proposed development shall exceed 40 feet in height, except for the following:

a) The south end of the faux roller coaster (100 feet maximum with a surface that is less than 15 percent solid or opaque);

b) Sails, sail columns and flag poles on Building F (sails and sail columns 60 feet maximum, flag poles 75 feet maximum);

  • c)

    Ferris wheel (130 feet maximum);

  • d)

    The letters of “RAINBOW HARBOR” sign (50 feet maximum);

  • e)

    Flag poles on Buildings G,H & J (77 feet maximum), and,

  • f)

    Three vertical blade architectural elements on Buildings G & J, provided they do not exceed

60 feet in height, 8 feet in width and 5 feet in thickness, provided that no signage occurs above 40 feet in height, and provided that they do not project into any protected view corridor shown on LCP Attachment A (Exhibit #9 of staff report dated 1/14/99).

All heights shall be measured from the average elevation at the front top of the curbline, or from the officially mapped flood hazard level of 13.8 feet above mean lower low water (MLLW), whichever is higher.

Height Limits - LCP Subarea 5 [See Revision pursuant to 5-98-156-A15]

All buildings, signs, structures, poles and/or building extensions in LCP Subarea 5 that exceed 40 feet in elevation are prohibited, unless specifically permitted by this condition or another Commission approval. In LCP Subarea 5, no portion of the proposed development shall exceed 40 feet in height, except for the following:

a) The north end of the faux roller coaster (100 foot maximum with a surface that is less than 15 percent solid or opaque) and two lantern features abutting the north end of the faux roller coaster (63 & 78 feet maximum);

b) On Building A (40 feet): the roof of the large-format cinema (80 feet maximum), one 500 square foot parapet extension (47 feet maximum), the letters of “LONG BEACH” sign (50 feet maximum), and clock tower (60 feet);

c) On Building B (40 feet): one 500 square foot building extension (43 feet maximum);

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