The Granite Land Company has offered to donate the 2.31 acre site to the City of Sand City. The proposed project is the parcel transfer from the current landowners (Granite Construction Company) to the City of Sand City Redevelopment Agency. The project site was historically used in sand mining operations and there is some contamination. The extent of the contamination is being evaluated, and a soil remediation process is being developed that will eliminate any public health risks. Once the property has been adequately remediated to the satisfaction of the regulatory requirements of the Monterey County Environmental Health Department (MCHED), the MCEHD will issue a "closure letter" to this effect. The City has indicated that the property transfer is contingent upon receiving this closure letter.
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