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Shoreline Drive. The review and approval of an approved structure,

applicants shall submit a comprehensive the Commission, for all proposed signs that or specifically approved by this action.

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Final Plans: Parking Structure [Condition Satisfied]

Prior to issuance of the coastal development permit, the applicants shall submit project plans, for the review and approval of the Executive Director, for the parking structure proposed in LCP Subarea 5 on the north side of Shoreline Drive between Cedar Avenue and Chestnut Avenue. The plans for the proposed parking structure shall include features designed to lessen the visual impact of the parking structure, including attractively designed facades, treatments that break up the unrelieved plane of the structure’s surface, and special architectural and landscaping features. In addition, the applicants shall submit a drainage plan for the proposed parking structure that incorporates best management practices (BMP’s) that will reduce the volume of runoff and amount of pollutants which leave the parking structure site and enter the storm drain system. The drainage plan shall incorporate the following: catch basins to collect trash, trash racks or bars to

filter runoff, grease and oil separators, and provisions for periodic cleaning of the

paved parking

surfaces

and

catch

basins.

The

drainage

plan

may

include

other

measures

as

well.

The

applicants shall implement parking structure shall be approved by the Executive

the approved drainage plan on an ongoing and permanent basis. The constructed and maintained in a manner consistent with the plans Director.

Conformance with the Requirements of the Resource Agencies

The applicants shall comply with all permit requirements and mitigation measures of the State Water Resources Control Board, California Department of Fish and Game, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service with respect to preservation and protection of water quality and marine environment. Any change in the approved project which are required by the above-stated agencies shall be submitted to the Executive Director in order to determine if the proposed change shall require a permit amendment pursuant to the requirements of the Coastal Act and the California Code of Regulations.

Drainage Plans for Parking Lot [Condition Satisfied 9/14/2000]

Prior to issuance of the coastal development permit, the applicants shall submit a drainage plan, for the review and approval of the Executive Director, for the proposed parking lot in Shoreline Park at the southwest corner of Shoreline Drive and Pine Avenue. The drainage plan shall incorporate best management practices (BMP’s) that will reduce the volume of runoff and amount of pollutants which leave the parking lot and enter the storm drain system. The drainage plan shall incorporate the following: catch basins to collect trash, trash racks or bars to filter runoff, grease and oil separators, and provisions for periodic cleaning of the paved parking surfaces and catch basins. The drainage plan may include other measures as well. The applicants shall implement the approved drainage plan on an ongoing and permanent basis consistent with the drainage plan approved by the Executive Director.

Assumption of Risk

By acceptance of this permit, the applicants acknowledge and agree: (i) that the site may be subject to hazards from seismic events, liquefaction, storms, waves, floods and erosion; (ii) to assume the risks to the applicants and the property that is the subject of this permit of injury and damage from such hazards in connection with this permitted development; (iii) to unconditionally waive any claim of damage or liability against the Commission, its officers, agents, and employees for injury or damage from such hazards; and (iv) to indemnify and hold harmless the Commission, its officers, agents, and employees with respect to the Commission’s approval of the project against any and all liability, claims, demands, damages, costs (including costs and fees

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