Present Land Use: cattle farm/Zoning: Limited Multi-Family Dwelling (R2)/GP Designation: Medium Density Residential (MDR).
The proposed project includes development of 99 residential units, associated amenities, and infrastructure improvements. Although the project site currently includes a total of 13.20 gross acres, t he Lot "A" Basin would be separated by a Lot Line Adjustment. With 99 units on 12.14 gross acres, t he pro posed density would be approximately 8.15 units/gross acre, which is within the density range provided by the City of Manteca General Plan (8.1 to 15.0 units/gross acre). The typical lot size would be approximately 43 by 75 feet. As part of the proposed project, a ll existing structures within the project site (e.g. barn-buildings) would be demolished and associated infrastructure removed, including any septic tanks, leach fields, and wells onsite, per City of Manteca requirements.
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Residential (Units 99, Acres 12.14)
Site Plan, Land Division (Subdivision, etc.), Lot Line Adjust
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