Mammoth Lakes Draft Housing Element 2014-2019, General Plan Amendment 13-002
NEG - Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
The Project would update the Housing Element of the Town of Mammoth Lakes general Plan, pursuant to CA Government Code Section 65580. State law requires that the Housing Element be updated every five years to ensure that the Town can accommodate its fair share of the State's projected housing need. Based on analysis of housing needs for the period 2014-2019, which is the planning period addressed by the Housing Element, and of sites available within the town to accommodate residential development, the Housing Element includes goals, policies and programs that will allow the Town to meet the future housing needs of all segments of the community. The Housing Element reflects anticipated revisions to the Municipal Code as a result of the Zoning Code Update, anticipated to be effective in May 2014. These Municipal Code revisions will reduce regulatory barriers to the production of housing and bring the Zoning Code into conformance with certain requirements of State law. The Draft Housing Element does not propose to re-zone any properties in Town, or introduce new development beyond that which was previously analyzed under the 2007 General Plan and General Plan Final Program EIR.
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