On May 24, 2022, the Huntington Beach Planning Commission approved the following actions as they pertain to the approximately 2.11-acre parcel, identified above: (1) Tentative Tract Map No 19118 (TTM) and (2) Conditional Use Permit No. 20-025 (CUP). On June 21 , 2022, the Huntington Beach City Council Commission approved the following actions as they pertain to the approximately 2.11-ac;e parcel, identified above: (1) General Plan Amendment (GPA) No. 20-003 by adopting Resolution No. 2022-19; (2) Zoning Text Amendment (ZTA) No. 20-003 by adopting Ordinance No. 4256; (3) Addendum No. 1 by adopting Resolution 2022-26. The GPA amends the land use designation from Commercial Neighborhood-Specific Plan Overlay (CN-sp) to Residential Medium Density-Specific Plan Overlay (RM-sp). The ZTA amended the existing zoning designation within the Holly -Seacliff Specific Plan (SP9) from Commercial (C) to Residential Medium Density (RM). The TIM consolidated 12 lots into a 1.80 net acre lot for condominium purposes. The CUP allows development of 35 three-story attached town homes up to 40 feet tall and allows 43-inch and 6-foot-tall walls in lieu of 42-inch walls in the 10-foot front yard setback along Holly Lane and 6-foot-tall walls in lieu of 42-inch walls in the 15-foot front yard setback area along Main Street. The Project proposes to develop a 2.11 gross-acre site, including the demolition of the existing building on the site, capping the four existing oil wells, and constructing 35 three-story townhomes within 7 buildings, with 15 percent affordable units, as welI as with parking, landscape, and common use amenities.