The northerly of the three (3) parcels is developed with a residential complex consisting of a large house, an old barn, a shed and a pool with a pool house. The parcel is surrounded on the east and north by single family residences. Areas to the south and west are wooded and are comprised of gulches and other natural features. CEQA review is required for this LLA because, without LLA, the <e> lots would be landlocked and virtually unbuildable.
Residential Low Density (RL); Eureka Community Plan (ECP). Density: 1-6 units/acre.
Residential Single Family- 6,000 sq ft minimum w/ a Greenway/Open Space combining zone (R-1*/GO)
A lot line adjustment to reconfigure three (3) separate legal parcels to allow more appropriate access and building sites on the two undeveloped parcels. Existing residential development will all be sited on proposed Parcel 2. Area is served by community water and sewer. There are considerable slopes encumbering the property which may require the preparation of an R-2 Soils Report to determine site suitability. House sites have been identified on this map above the 20% break in the slope. Although the LLA will not result in any parcels becoming more subdividable than they currently are, give the slopes, the typical CEQA exemption for LLAs (Section 15305(a)) does not apply.
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