The City of Desert Hot Springs is reviewing an application submitted by Mr. Elias Malouf of Cal Meadows Development, for the development of a 0.98 -acre (42,689 square-foot) site as a cannabis cultivation facility. The proposed project would involve the construction of a new two-story 25,641 square-foot cannabis cultivation facility. The total building’s footprint would consist of 12,991 square feet. In addition, 15,359 square feet of the project site would be paved for parking and driveway access. The remaining area, consisting of 6,255 square feet, would be landscaped. A six-foot wrought iron security fence would be installed around the perimeter of the proposed project site. The property currently has a General Plan and Zoning land use designation of Light Industrial. The project site is located approximately 750 feet southwest of the 18th Avenue and Little Morongo Road intersection, and 150 feet southwest of Powerline Road within the southern portion of the City of Desert Hot Springs.
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Industrial (Light Industrial )(Sq. Ft. 25641, Acres 0.98, Employees 20)
Site Plan, Use Permit
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