Request by Coker Ellsworth, Inc. for a Conditional Use Permit and concurrent Vesting Tentative Tract Map (Tract 2424) to subdivide an existing 1.69 acre parcel into nine parcels as part of a planned development. The subdivision will result in seven residential lots varying in size from 1,492 sf to 2,224 sf, a mini-storage lot of 34,500 sf, and a non-buildable lot of 26,685 sf to be held in common undivided interest by the owners of the other eight lots. The planned development will include seven two-story townhouse units varying in size from 1,240 sf to 1,522 sf. Each unit includes an attached garage of 494 to 519 sf. The mini-storage lot will be developed with two buildings, one single-story, one two-story, with a total structural area of 23, 342 sf. The number and size of the mini storage units has not been specified. The project proposes to meet a reduced agricultural setback buffer of 120 ft. No residential habitable space will occur within the buffer area. Grading plans call for the use of retaining walls of up to 3.5 ft along the parcel's northern boundary and up to 6.5 ft along the parcel's southern boundary. Development of this project will result in disturbance of the full 1.69 acre parcel in order to accomodate grading, on-site roads, drainage improvements, a retention basin, and improvements to Halcyon Road. The project site is within the Residential Multi-Family land use category and is located on east side of South Halcyon Road (addressed as 825 South Halcyon Road), at Temple Street, approximately 400 ft south of The Pike, and south of the City of Arroyo Grande. The site is in the San Luis Bay (Inland) Planning Area.