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File #: 11-0808    Version:
Type: Agenda Item Status: Department Matters
File created: 7/13/2011 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 5/1/2012 Final action: 5/1/2012
Title: Department of Transportation recommending the Board: 1) Receive and file the proposed Diamond Springs-El Dorado Circulation Exhibit (Exhibit A) to be used as a circulation guideline for all proposed development in the areas effected; and 2) Provide direction to staff based on the new information from recent EIR and traffic studies, on whether to require a focused EIR or proceed with individual applications, subject to compliance with the Diamond Springs-El Dorado Circulation Exhibit (Exhibit A).
Attachments: 1. A - Diamond Springs-El Dorado Circulation Map.pdf, 2. B - Exhibit B - Roadway Cross Sections.PDF, 3. C - Exhibit C - Circulation Map for EDC General Plan.PDF, 4. D - Exhibit D - EDCTC Diamond Springs-El Dorado Project Area Map.PDF, 5. E - EDCTC - Diamond Springs & El Dorado Vision.pdf, 6. F - 051110 Conformed BOS Agenda - Item #21.PDF
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Department of Transportation recommending the Board:
1) Receive and file the proposed Diamond Springs-El Dorado Circulation Exhibit (Exhibit A) to be used as a circulation guideline for all proposed development in the areas effected; and
2) Provide direction to staff based on the new information from recent EIR and traffic studies, on whether to require a focused EIR or proceed with individual applications, subject to compliance with the Diamond Springs-El Dorado Circulation Exhibit (Exhibit A).
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Fiscal Impact/Change to Net County Cost: No fiscal impact or net county cost.

Background:
On May 11, 2010, Agenda Item #09-0906 went before the Board of Supervisors to consider the recommendation of the Planning Commission on Rezone Z07-0033 / Planned Development PD07-0020 / Tentative Map TM07-1448 on property identified by APN 331-420-12, consisting of 24.3 acres in the El Dorado area (McCann Tentative Map). A motion was made by Supervisor Sweeney, seconded by Supervisor Briggs, as follows:

1) Direct the applicant to submit a revised map to Development Services that deletes the requests for design waivers, eliminates the three flag lots and shows how the other lots will be configured to meet the 60 foot required width at the road setback line;
2) If the applicant fails to submit the revised map to Development Services within 120 days, direct staff to place the item on the Board of Supervisor's calendar for denial;
3) Direct staff to analyze the revised map with a focused Environmental Impact Report (EIR); utilizing the 2004 General Plan EIR and the various studies prepared for the McCann Mitigated Negative Declaration to the extent feasible, but doing a complete analysis of the cumulative traffic and circulation impacts that arise from this project and the other reasonably foreseeable projects in the area and especially as to its effects on Union Mine Road and Patterson Road.

The motion was approved by the Board 5-0.

Reason for Recommendation:

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