This application is for a Grading Abatement to restore the site to pre-graded conditions. Approximately 2 .19 acres of the site was converted into a flat surface for parking that required approximately 9,842 cubic yards of grading with up to 25 ft. in height of fill material. A new pond was excavated that resulted in 7,777 cubic yards of cut volume and 7 feet cut height, which altered a natural drainage swale that leads to Alamias Creek. The grading violation also include an additional 4,215 cubic yards of fill which will be removed and hauled away from site as surplus backfill created from alteration of pipeline utilities. The proposed project will entail 10,558 cubic yards of cut and 6,343 cubic yards of fill to restore the site to prior existing conditions by regrading the property to original contours. In addition to this Grading Abatement a number of building violations are required to be abated. On February 1, 2019 the Building Dept issued a violation report noting that the following buildings do not have permits: 1) accessory storage structure 2) greenhouse 3) carport 4) secondary dwelling 5) 200 sq. ft. deck over 30 inches in height, and 6) two trellises. The Grading Abatement conditions will require obtaining building permits for all these structures prior to final grading abatement permit issuance. If any of the structures can not meet County codes, demolition permits will be required to remove the structures.