incurred in defense of such claims), expenses, and amounts paid in settlement arising from any injury or damage due to such hazards.
Consistency with State Tidelands Grant [Condition Satisfied 11/5/99]
Prior to issuance of the coastal development permit, the applicants shall provide written documentation to the Executive Director, including specific citation of the relevant sections of the applicable State Tidelands Grant, specifically demonstrating that the proposed project in its entirety is consistent with the terms and conditions of the Legislature's grant of this portion of the Downtown Shoreline to the City of Long Beach.
City Acceptance of Conditions [Condition Satisfied 11/5/99]
Prior to the issuance of the coastal development permit, the City Council shall adopt and submit a resolution, subject to the review and approval of the Executive Director, agreeing to abide by all terms and conditions of Coastal Development Permit 5-98-156. The City and its agents shall abide by all terms and conditions of Coastal Development Permit 5-98-156.
Prior to the commencement of development, the applicants shall submit for review and approval by the Executive Director, final foundation plans for the proposed development (Buildings A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,J,K,L,M,N,P and the parking structure) that have been reviewed and approved for structural soundness and safety by a qualified engineer. The submitted plans must be in substantial conformance with the plans approved by the Commission. Any changes in the structure design approved by the Commission which may be required by the engineer shall be submitted to the Executive Director to determine whether an amendment to the permit is required. The proposed development shall be constructed in a manner consistent with the final approved plans.
Pedestrian and Bicycle Access (Parking Structure) [Condition Satisfied 2/11/2000]
Prior to issuance of the coastal development permit, the applicants shall submit for the review and approval of the Executive Director, revised plans that provide a minimum six-foot wide sidewalk for public pedestrian access through the proposed parking structure on the west side of the Chestnut Place right-of-way. In addition, the applicants shall provide and maintain the bicycle path proposed along the north and east sides of the proposed parking structure that would connect the existing Chestnut Place bike path to the existing Regional Bicycle Route on the south side of the proposed parking structure (north side of Shoreline Drive). The applicants shall not interfere with public use of the existing Regional Bicycle Route that runs along the north side of Shoreline Drive, the Chestnut Place sidewalk required by this condition, or the proposed bicycle path connecting the Chestnut Place bike path to the Regional Bicycle Route. The development shall be maintained consistent with the plans approved by the Executive Director.
Landscaping and Treatment of Roof (Parking Structure) [Condition Satisfied 7/6/2000]
Prior to issuance of the coastal development permit, the applicants shall submit for the review and approval of the Executive Director, a rooftop treatment plan for the proposed parking structure that provides landscaping and surface treatment to soften the visual impact of the parking structure’s roof on nearby high-rise buildings. The roof surface shall be treated with material that reflects less light than standard gray concrete. Landscaping shall be provided on the roof to the extent that a minimum of twenty percent (20%) of the total roof area will be covered or shaded
within three years of the
issuance of the certificate of rooftop landscaping shall be
occupancy for the proposed parking installed prior to the issuance of the
certificate of occupancy for the proposed parking structure. The consistent with the plans approved by the Executive Director.