Note: Review Per Lead
Site Development Permit (SDP) and Coastal Development Permit (CDP) to allow for the remediation of impacts associated with a grading violation that occurred on the site by a former tenant which resulted in the placement of unauthorized fill material impacting biological, archaeological and tribal cultural resources. The project site contains sensitive biological resources, a designated important archaeological/tribal cultural resource (HRB Site #924), and steep hillsides. As part of the site remediation, the project will recontour the fill material to create a 100-foot native landscaping buffer to protect the wetlands, and build a pad that would be suitable for an equipment, materials, or vehicle storage yard, consistent with the community plan land use (Industrial) and zoning (IL-3-1) designations. A mobile office trailer will be placed close to the existing water and sewer facilities to minimize ground disturbance. Minor and routine vehicle maintenance would be allowed within a small area of the project site; however, the storage of inoperable vehicles or hazardous/toxic materials will not be allowed on this site. The pad area and access driveway will be surfaced with decomposed granite and all storm water runoff will be treated onsite and conveyed through a newly constructed storm drain, and into the existing storm drain system along the _northwest property line on Roselle Street. The approximately 1.5-acre pad area would be fenced, and an open space easement placed over the balance of the site to protect the sensitive biological/wetland resources. A landscape plan, designed and prepared in consultation with the project biologist, archaeologist and Native American Kumeyaay consultant is proposed along the Roselle Street frontage to provide a native plant palette with minimal ground disturbing impacts.
Note: See MND for full description.
Air Resources Board, Major Industrial ProjectsCal FireCalifornia Coastal CommissionCalifornia Department of Parks and RecreationCalifornia Highway PatrolCalifornia Public Utilities CommissionCaltrans, District 11Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 5Department of Toxic Substances ControlNative American Heritage CommissionOffice of Emergency Services, CaliforniaOffice of Historic PreservationRegional Water Quality Control Board, Region 9Resources AgencyState Lands Commission