This project consists of the creation of a new Pleasure Point (PP) Combining Zone overlay district in the Pleasure Point neighborhood, within which special residential development standards would apply. The Combining Zone district would also be created through County Code amendments and would implement the recommendations of the Pleasure Point Community Plan (Plan), a document that was accepted by the Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors in August 2008. In addition to the new regulations recommended by the Plan, the existing residential development standards that currently apply in Pleasure Point and throughout the County would remain in effect. In response to neighborhood concerns raised at three public workshops, the Plan recommended, and the proposed Ordinance would implement, several measures to reduce the overall bulk and mass of the second stories of new/remodeled residences to reduce visual and shading impacts on their neighborhoods, and a number of measures to enhance appearance of the public/private interface of new/remodeled houses as viewed from the street. These measures will become standards in the proposed new Pleasure Point Combining Zone District. Two alternative versions of the Ordinance are presented and evaluated here, each implementing slighty different proposed bulk/mass standards.
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Aesthetics, Cumulative Effects, Drainage/Absorption, Land Use/Planning
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