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File #: 11-0346    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 3/25/2011 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 4/4/2011 Final action: 4/4/2011
Title: Development Services Department recommending the Board: 1) Receive and file the attached General Plan Five-Year Monitoring and Review Report as required by General Plan Policy 2.9.1.2; and 2) Find that the basic General Plan Assumptions, Strategies, Concepts and Objectives are still valid, or have not changed so drastically that the County would need to consider amending them at this time.
Attachments: 1. A - Staff Memo.pdf, 2. B - Mitigation Monitoring Report.pdf, 3. C - HE Annual Report 2010 Final.pdf, 4. D-GP Amend & Interpret, 5. E-GP Imp - Zoning Ord Update, 6. F - General Plan 2011 5-Year Review_4-4-11.pdf
Related files: 08-0642, 10-0270, 09-0844, 11-0356
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Development Services Department recommending the Board:
1) Receive and file the attached General Plan Five-Year Monitoring and Review Report as required by General Plan Policy 2.9.1.2; and
2) Find that the basic General Plan Assumptions, Strategies, Concepts and Objectives are still valid, or have not changed so drastically that the County would need to consider amending them at this time.
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Development Services Department is presenting the General Plan Five-Year Monitoring and Review report as required by General Plan Policy 2.9.1.2. The report reviews new information received since the adoption of the General Plan, including various economic studies, EDACs Regulatory Reform General Plan Review, new State laws, 2010 Census data and recent market trends.

The review compares the forecasts for population, job growth, residential and non-residential development as analyzed in the General Plan EIR, to actual outcomes through 2010. A comprehensive review of the General Plan EIR Mitigation and Monitoring program is included which identifies what measures have been completed, what measures are in progress or still require implementation.

The review assesses how the General Plan is being implemented in accordance with its adopted goals and objectives and identifies potential course adjustments or modifications to the General Plan as a means to improve local implementation.

The review includes the State-required annual report on the Countys progress in meeting its share of regional housing needs (RHNA) and local efforts to remove governmental constraints to the development of housing (as defined in §65584 and §65583(c)(3)).

The review finds that the Countys General Plan is still within its growth projections and that basic Plan Assumptions, Strategies, Concepts and Objectives are still valid, or have not changed so drastically to require a comprehensive update. With the understanding that the County is expected to reach the projected population of 200,000...

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