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File #: 07-1153    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 6/21/2007 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 7/10/2007 Final action: 7/10/2007
Title: Hearing to consider Resolutions 174-2007 and 175-2007 to amend the General Plan Land Use Element, Policy 2.2.1.5, Table 2-3 Building Intensities portion of the Floor Area Ratio to 0.85 for commercial and industrial projects, and 0.50 for Research and Development projects.
Attachments: 1. Exhibit A 051007.pdf, 2. A06-0002 Res Findings.pdf, 3. A06-0002 Res Policy.pdf, 4. A06-0002 Minutes 051007 Attachment 3.pdf, 5. A06-0002 SR.pdf, 6. Memorandum dtd 7-9-07.pdf, 7. Letter from Taxpayers Association 7-9-07.pdf, 8. 6.29.07 EDAC paper amendment - FARs.pdf
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Hearing to consider Resolutions 174-2007 and 175-2007 to amend  the General Plan Land Use Element, Policy 2.2.1.5, Table 2-3 Building Intensities portion of the Floor Area Ratio to 0.85 for commercial and industrial projects, and 0.50 for Research and Development projects.
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RECOMMENDED ACTION:  Planning Commission recommends the Board take the following action:  1.  Adopt the Resolution certifying the Supplemental Environmental Impact Report including a Statement of Overriding Consideration and the Findings of Fact; and 2.  Adopt the Resolution amending the El Dorado County General Plan Land Use Element, Policy 2.2.1.5, Table 2-3 Building Intensities, including an amendment to the General Plan Mitigation Monitoring Program changing the floor area ratios shown on Exhibit A; further, the Commission recommends these changes be made in the Community Regions only, leaving the Rural Centers and Rural Regions at the current ratios.
 
 
 
Background: This amendment was considered by the Planning Commission on May 10, 2007, and unanimously recommended for approval. Art Marinaccio, representing Cemo Commercial and member of the Taxpayers Association, spoke in opposition to the amendment. See attached minutes for discussion (Attachment 3). There was no one else in the audience wishing to give input. No new significant issues were discussed other than those in the staff report.
 
 
Contact: Gregory L. Fuz (5445)/Lawrence W. Appel (7698)/Shawna Purvines (5362)