24-hour period. 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 at least once a year between September 15 and October 15, and maintenance of structural and non-structural BMPs as necessary. The drainage plan may include other measures as well. The permittees 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 lot shall explicitly incorporate the provisions of the drainage plan approved by the Executive Director.
Consistency with State Tidelands Grant (Employee Lot Subarea 3)[Condition Satisfied 5/5/00]
Prior to issuance of the coastal development permit amendment (5-98-156-A2), 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 employee parking lot 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.
Revised Tentative Parcel Map [Condition Satisfied 8/12/2000]
Prior to issuance of the coastal development permit amendment (5-98-156-A3), the applicants shall submit, for the review and approval of the Executive Director, a revised tentative parcel map that complies with all of the following conditions:
All parcels shall be in the same general location as the parcels shown in Exhibits #5&6 of the staff report dated January 27, 2000;
The total area of the proposed commercial parcels located south of Shoreline Drive (excluding the remainder public park area and one parcel comprised of a public parking lot) shall not exceed a maximum of four acres;
No portion of any proposed commercial parcel located south of Shoreline Drive shall encroach into the view corridors identified on Exhibit #7 of the staff report dated January 27, 2000;
No portion of any proposed commercial parcel shall encroach into the public accessways protected by special condition six of Coastal Development Permit 5-98-156;
All parcels shall conform to all terms and conditions of Coastal Development Permit 5-98- 156 as amended; and,
The portion of the project site that is located south of Shoreline Drive, except for the four acres that comprise the proposed commercial parcels, shall remain designated as public park area.
The applicants shall record the final parcel map in accordance with the revised parcel map approved by the Executive Director pursuant to this condition. All development shall take place consistent with the revised parcel map approved by the Executive Director. All terms and conditions of Coastal Development Permit 5-98-156, as amended, shall be attached to the final recorded parcel map.