Moye Winery Project; Conditional Use Permit (U 2007-12) and Design Review (DR 2007-14)
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
General Plan: Rural Residential
Zoning: "RR," Rural Residential
The project includes the development of a boutique winery with an annual production of up to 4,000 cases of wine. The proposed 2-story winery structure will be located behind the existing residence toward the southeast. The structure will be approximately 4,714 square feet in size and approximately 23 feet 6 inches in height, as measured from the average natural grade to the midpoint of the roof. The 2,072 square foot ground floor will consist of barrel storage and production facilities, bathrooms, lab/office and a kitchen. An approximately 1,367 square feet covered tank pad and/or crush pad will be developed off of the ground floor. The second story is approximately 1,275 square feet in size and contains office space and the tasting room. The structure will be built using conventional wood frame construction with siding and insulation for temperature control. The structure will be painted consistent with the residence. The crush pad will accommodate a crusher, press and fermentation tanks and other winery equipment as necessary.
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California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Bay Delta Region 3California Department of Parks and RecreationCalifornia Regional Water Quality Control Board, Central Valley Sacramento Region 5 California State Lands CommissionDepartment of Water ResourcesOffice of Historic PreservationResources AgencyCalifornia Department of Transportation, District 4California Native American Heritage CommissionDepartment of Toxic Substances Control
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