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Erosion and Siltation Control (Parking Structure) [Condition Satisfied 3/13/2000]

Prior to the issuance of the coastal development permit, the applicants shall submit, for the review and approval of the Executive Director, an erosion control and siltation prevention plan that incorporates structural and non-structural Best Management Practices (BMPs) to control erosion from the construction site and prevent silt from the construction site from entering the storm drain during construction of the proposed parking structure. The approved erosion control and siltation plan shall conform to the standards of the California Regional Water Quality Control Board and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and shall be implemented during construction.

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Drainage Plan (Parking Structure) [Condition Satisfied 2/26/2000]

Prior to issuance of the coastal development permit, the applicants shall submit, for the review and approval of the Executive Director, a drainage plan for the proposed parking structure that incorporates structural and non-structural Best Management Practices (BMPs) to: a) reduce the volume of runoff leaving the parking structure site, b) control the velocity at which the runoff enters the storm water drain, and c) reduce the amount of pollutants contained in the runoff leaving the parking structure site prior to entering the storm drain system. The drainage plan shall incorporate, but not be limited to, the following suggested BMPs: landscaped buffers, catch basins to collect litter, trash racks or bars to filter runoff, grease and oil separators or filters which will aid in the removal of dissolved contaminants, provisions for regular scheduled cleaning of paved parking lot surfaces and catch basins, and maintenance of structural and non-structural BMPs as necessary. The drainage plan may include other measures as well. The permittee shall implement the approved drainage plan on an ongoing and permanent basis in a manner consistent with the drainage plan approved by the Executive Director. In addition, any lease or operating agreement that involves the proposed parking structure shall explicitly incorporate the provisions of the drainage plan approved by the Executive Director.

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Parking Lot Landscaping Plan (Employee Lot/LCP Subarea 3)

The applicants shall maintain and protect the mature trees as indicated on the proposed project plans, and provide and maintain the landscaping as indicated on the proposed project plans. The proposed project plans are attached as page two of Exhibit #4 of the staff report dated November 18, 1999.

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Erosion and Siltation Control (Employee Lot/LCP Subarea 3) [Condition Satisfied 3/13/2000]

Prior to the issuance of the coastal development permit amendment (5-98-156-A2), the applicants shall submit, for the review and approval of the Executive Director, an erosion control and siltation prevention plan that incorporates structural and non-structural Best Management Practices (BMPs) to control erosion from the parking lot construction site and prevent silt from the construction site from entering the storm drain during construction of the proposed parking lot. The approved erosion control and siltation plan shall conform to the standards of the California Regional Water Quality Control Board and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and shall be implemented during construction.

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Parking Lot Drainage Plan (Employee Lot/LCP Subarea 3)

Prior to issuance of the coastal development permit amendment (5-98-156-A2), the applicants shall submit, for the review and approval of the Executive Director, a drainage plan for the proposed parking lot that incorporates structural and non-structural Best Management Practices (BMPs) to: a) reduce the volume of runoff leaving the parking lot site, b) control the velocity at which the runoff enters the storm water drain, and c) reduce the amount of pollutants contained in the runoff leaving the parking lot site prior to entering the storm drain system. The drainage plan shall meet the standard of containing on the parking lot site 0.75 inches of precipitation within a

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