GP: General Commercial (CG); Zoning Designation: General Commercial (CG)
The City of Novato has received a request for encroachment and grading permits to allow the construction of a driveway to connect the existing commercial building at the Village at Novato (a.k.a. United Greenmark Building) site to Olive Avenue (between Redwood Boulevard and Railroad Avenue), 7506 Redwood Boulevard, APN 143-011-01.
Construction of the proposed driveway entrance would require the piping and filling of approximately 40-feet of an existing 654-lineal foot man-made drainage channel located in the City right-of-way abutting the north side of Olive Avenue between Redwood Boulevard and Railroad Avenue. Construction activities would include grading within the drainage channel, the use of rock rip-rap to stabilize fill slopes and prevent scouring at pipe ends, and the installation of measures to control erosion and prevent siltation during and after construction. A 38" x 60" reinforced concrete elliptical pipe would be installed to convey storm water flows under the driveway.
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