This is a request to amend the community plan designation of the Denair Community Plan from Estate Residential to Commercial and the zoning designation from expired Planned Development (P-D) 256 to a new P-D to allow a landscaping and concrete supply and delivery service on two parcels totaling 1.79± acres. The request also includes the construction of an 800-square-foot main office and 600-square-foot security office with restroom, a cement silo, water pump house, bag house, hopper, and monument sign. Other proposed improvements an asphalt parking lot with seven spaces and the remainder of the site paved with all-weather gravel, three 20-foot-tall light poles, landscaping adjacent to the offices and road frontage, drainage basin, and a six-foot-tall chain link fence around the perimeter of the site. The site is proposed to be served by private well and septic.
The proposed on-site retail hours of operation are seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and the proposed concrete delivery service hours are seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., with a maximum of two employees on-site, and one shift per day. Outside of business hours, one security guard will be on-site. A maximum of 20 daily customers are expected from March through August, and 14 daily customers from September through February, with no more than three customers on-site at one time. An estimate of two concrete truck deliveries are expected per week.
The site does not have existing water or wastewater services and is outside the Denair Community Services District (CSD) Boundary, but within the CSD’s Sphere of Influence, and has access to County-maintained N. Santa Fe Avenue and E. Monte Vista Avenue.
The Board of Supervisors on August 28, 2001, approved Rezone Application No. 2001-07 – Christopher and Christina Bass, to rezone the site from expired P-D (Planned Development) (68) to P-D (256) to allow the construction of an office complex and card lock fueling station, and to legalize an existing septic tank pumping service. However, no development took place resulting in an expired Planned Development.