Huan and Holland Mixd Use Center 2016-185 - TPM 37121
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
JPN Corporation, Inc.
Present Land Use
Tentative Parcel Map No. 37121 proposes to subdivide the approximately 37 acre site into six (6) parcels for the potential future development of commercial, office, retail and/or industrial uses and dedicates a portion of the parcels to public streets. As the site lies within the General Plan land use designation of Economic Development Corridor – Community Core (EDC-CC), it must comply with the EDC zoning in accordance with Menifee Municipal Code (MMC) Chapter 9.140 and include a Conceptual Master Plan (CMP). The CMP identifies anticipated future uses for the Project and how they relate to existing or proposed development on adjacent properties. CMP’s are reviewed on an administrative level by the City’s Community Development Director and are not formally approved or adopted. For this project, the CMP is being utilized to establish uses and intensities for the impact analysis. Only the tentative parcel map would be formally approved.
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