The applicant is requesting: to increase the number of long term occupancy RV stalls from 100-150. To add an RV storage area in a location of the property that was recently increased in area via a lot line adjustment with a neighboring property. This storage area is proposed to contain no more than 120 storage stalls. A photovoltaic solar system is being proposed to create a covered parking facility and to generate electricity for the existing RV park. The applicant has indicated that all motorized vehicles will be stored outside of the flood plain and only road worthy recreational vehicles, such as pull behind trailers, will be stored within an are identified as floodplain AE. The development of the RV storage structure will require approximately 1,560 cy of cut (max cut of 4') and 1,370 cy of fill. As part of this earthmoving activity, the parking area will consist of 6" aggregate base material. The majority of cut will result from the creation of a storm water retention pond. The applicant proposes to utilize Arizona Cypress trees for the purpose of screening the storage area and structure from HWY 101. An existing building, located directly east of the project site, would also work to screen direct views from HWY 101.
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