The proposed project would include construction of five buildings across the project site ranging in size from 150,000 square feet (sf) to 642,960 sf for a total of approximately 1,985,304 sf. The proposed project would include demolition of the existing structure and utility remnants and construction of the proposed buildings over two phases. Specific uses for the proposed buildings would be subject to site-specific development standards in the proposed Planned Unit Development. Access to the project site would be provided by a main entrance located at the intersection of Wilbur Avenue and Bridgehead Road and two secondary access points on Bridgehead Road. The proposed project would include the widening of Bridgehead Road from the site boundary with the PG&E property to the south, north to the site boundary with the Lauritzen Yacht Harbor storage property. Furthermore, Wilbur avenue would be extended eastward by approximately 1, 170 feet into the project site. Both the widened portion of Bridgehead Road as well as the extension of Wilbur Avenue would be dedicated to the City as public roadways, along with A Street, B Street, C Street, and D Street within the project site. Additional off-site improvements associated with the proposed project would include construction of a new sew pump station at Wilbur Avenue, a new six-inch force main within Bridgehead Road, and improvements at the existing Bridgehead Pump Station and Bridgehead Force Main. The City Council certified the Environmental Impact Report, adopted the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program, and approved the Oakley Logistics Center Project with the following entitlements on December 17, 2019:
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