Estate Development Area, Land Use Designation Estate Residential (17)
Z: Limited Agriculture, with a "B" special area designator and a max density of 0.5 dweling unit per acre
The project is a Major Use Permit Modification to an existing Recreational Vehicle (R.V.) Park. The entitlement granted pursuant to P70-212W consists of 135 recreational vehicle spaces with utility hookups, 5 mobilehome spaces, swimming pool, restrooms with showers, clubhouse, laundry facilities, recreation building with office and store, and a light stacked multiple-sign structure 40 ft high, with a 256 sf signage area. The project consists of rearranging and developing all 140 of the previously approved R.V. spaces and mobilehome spaces with full hookup capacity (Septic, Water, Electricity); of which, 100% of the individuals occupying these spaces will have no occupancy limitation within a 1 yr period. The occupancy limitations of Zoning Ordinance Section 6456.d would be removed from the permit. Section 18865.2 of California Health and Safety Code, mandates that local jurisdictions that have imposed such time limitations for occupancy of spaces within a special occupancy park, shall grant an exemption to those limitations depending upon substantial findings within Statute 18865.2. Additionally, 4 of the 5 mobilehome spaces would be used as a combination R.V./Mobilehome space, which would reserve the vested right to use them as a mobilehome space in future. The manager's residence would remain an active mobilehome space with an existing manufactured home.
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