Special Use Permit PSP 14-065 would allow a private school; an assemblage of people; housing for more than ten employees (or volunteers); an establishment for the curing, processing, packaging, packing, storage and shipping of agricultural products; and a winery. Surrounding properties to the north, south & east contain orchards, row crops and rural residences. To the west are orchards, rural residences and residential subdivisions. The project proposes a multi-purpose dining hall, a shop building, accessory buildings, ten mobile home spaces, 20 recreational vehicle spaces, restrooms, a produce processing building, apartments, classrooms and a student center. On-site resident staff/students may change from the current 24 students and 15 staff to 100 students and 50 staff in 20 years. The project would also include field and permanent crops, pasture, a leach field, a farm equipment storage yard and leasing adjacent farmland. The non-profit "Growing in Torah" training facility will operate from February 15-October 15 of each year. The assemblage of people use permit is for an annual campout for up to 400 people.
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