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File #: PC 19-136    Name: PLN170659 - McNickle and Allaire
Type: Planning Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 1/2/2019 In control: Monterey County Planning Commission
On agenda: 1/9/2019 Final action:
Title: PLN170659 - MCNICKLE AND ALLAIRE Public hearing to consider a Restoration Plan to correct a portion of grading done on slopes over 25 percent, and an After-the-Fact Use Permit to keep the remainder of grading done on slopes over 25 percent. The project also includes the new construction of a two-story single family dwelling with attached garage (Approx. 3,075 sq. ft.), and approximately 120 square foot shed Project Location: 26425 Laureles Grade, Salinas, CA 93924 Proposed CEQA Action: Categorically Exempt per section 15303 of the CEQA Guidelines
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Exhibit A - Draft Resolution, 3. Exhibit B - Biological Impact Assessment, 4. Exhibit C - Tree Removal Impact Assessment, 5. Exhibit D - Geotechnical Investigation, 6. Exhibit E - Landslide Hazard, 7. Exhibit F - Letter Soil Surveys Group_Alternate Setback, 8. Exhibit G - Toro LUAC Minutes, 9. Exhibit H - Vicinity Map, 10. Exhibit I - Project Data Sheet, 11. Hearing Submittal_Staff_010919
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PLN170659 - MCNICKLE AND ALLAIRE
Public hearing to consider a Restoration Plan to correct a portion of grading done on slopes over 25 percent, and an After-the-Fact Use Permit to keep the remainder of grading done on slopes over 25 percent. The project also includes the new construction of a two-story single family dwelling with attached garage (Approx. 3,075 sq. ft.), and approximately 120 square foot shed
Project Location: 26425 Laureles Grade, Salinas, CA 93924
Proposed CEQA Action: Categorically Exempt per section 15303 of the CEQA Guidelines
Report
PROJECT INFORMATION:
Planning File Number: PLN170659
Owner: McNickle and Allaire
APN: 416-051-005-000
Zoning: RDR/B-8-VS
Plan Area: Toro Area Plan
Flagged and Staked: Yes

RECOMMENDATION:
It is recommended that the Planning Commission adopt a resolution to:
a. Find that construction of a residence with accessory structures is a small new structure in a residential zone that qualifies as a Class 3 Categorical Exemption pursuant to Section 15303 of the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines, and that none of the exceptions under Section 15300.2 apply.
b. Approve a Restoration Plan to correct a violation for tree removal and grading that occurred on slopes over 25 percent without a permit (estimated 454cy of fill and 11.8cy of cut)
d. Approve an after-the-fact Use Permit for grading on slopes over 25 percent (estimated 370cy of cut) to clear a violation for grading without a permit
e. Approve an Administrative Permit and Design Approval to allow the following development:
i. Two-story single family dwelling (approximately 2,595 sq. ft.) with attached Garage (approximately 480 sq. ft.),
ii. Shed (approximately 120 sq. ft.);
iii. Deck and Patio (approximately 558 sq. ft., second floor);
iv. Patio (approximately 660 sq. ft. patio, on grade); and
v. Associated construction related grading of approximately 71cy of cut and 71cy of fill, in addition to the unpermitted grading

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