Mariners Community Church is proposing to construct a 6,570 sf, two-story addition and other minor changes to their 14,880 sf church building and other associated site improvements, at 100 Stone Pine Road. The addition would be located on development areas, including a portion of the asphalt parking lot, concrete walkways and ornamental landscaping strips. Other site modifications include: removal of 10 landscape trees, enclosing an exterior staircase, reconfiguring walkways and parking, creation of a new stormwater bioretention area, and a new street frontage sign. A parking plan is proposed that includes off-site parking for larger events. Additionally, a vegetation management program is proposed to meet ongoing maintenance and Fire and Building Code requirements.
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