The development and use of each parcel created by the proposed parcel map is limited to the development and uses expressly permitted by the terms and conditions of Coastal Development Permit 5-98-156 as amended. All terms and conditions of Coastal Development Permit 5-98-156, as amended, shall be attached to the final recorded parcel map.
Consistency with State Tidelands Grant [Condition Satisfied 5/5/2000]
Prior to issuance of the coastal development permit amendment (5-98-156-A3), 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 subdivision of State Tidelands 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. The applicants shall also demonstrate that the State Lands Commission has given permission for the proposed subdivision of State Tidelands and agrees that the proposed subdivision of State Tidelands 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.
Pedestrian Connection Between LCP Subarea 3 and LCP Subareas 5 & 6
The public sidewalk and stairway proposed along the south side of Shoreline Drive connecting the existing public pedestrian access systems in LCP Subarea 3 to LCP Subareas 5 and 6 shall be constructed concurrent with the commercial development approved in LCP Subarea 5. The proposed public sidewalk and stairway linking the existing public pedestrian access systems in LCP Subareas 3, 5 and 6 shall be opened to the general public prior to the date of issuance of the
first certificate of occupancy within the development permitted by Coastal Development 98-156. Public access along the proposed and existing pedestrian accessways in LCP
Permit 5- Subareas
3, 5 and 6 obstruction or 6.
shall remain is permitted
open and unobstructed for on any proposed or existing
use by the pedestrian
general public. No gate or other accessway in LCP Subareas 3, 5
Protection of Water Quality – Project Design & Post Construction [5-98-156-A6]
PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF THE PERMIT AMENDMENT, the applicants shall submit for the review and approval of the Executive Director, a Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) for the post-construction portion of the site subject to Permit Amendment 5-98-156-A6, prepared by a licensed water quality professional. The WQMP shall incorporate structural and non-structural Best Management Practices (BMPs) designed to reduce, to the maximum extent practicable, the volume, velocity and pollutant load of storm water and nuisance flow leaving the developed site. The WQMP shall be in substantial conformance with the following requirements:
Water Quality Goals.
Appropriate structural and non-structural BMPs shall be designed to treat, infiltrate, or filter the runoff from all surfaces and activities on the development site.
Post-construction structural BMPs (or suites of BMPs) should be designed to treat, infiltrate or filter the amount of storm water runoff produced by all storms up to and including the 85th percentile, 24-hour storm event for volume-based BMPs, and/or the 85th percentile, 1- hour storm event, with an appropriate safety factor (i.e., 2 or greater), for flow-based BMPs.
Runoff from all roofs, parking areas, maintenance areas, and driveways shall be collected and directed through a system of appropriate structural BMPs. The filter elements shall be designed to 1) trap sediment, particulates and other solids and 2) remove or mitigate contaminants through filtration and/or biological uptake. The drainage system shall also be designed to convey and discharge runoff in excess of this standard from the building site in a non-erosive manner.