PA-2000192 - Revised Use Permit for an off-site wine cellar.
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
Single Family Residence, Barn/AG-40 (General Agriculture, 40-arce minimum/ A/G (General Agriculture)
A Use Permit application for an off-site wine cellar on an 8.24-acre parcel. The project includes conversion of an existing 1,980-square-foot barn into an off-site wine cellar; 450 square-feet of an existing 1,350-square-foot attached garage into a wine tasting room; and the utilization of an outdoor area (approximately 6,955-square-feet in size) to be used for events. Operations are planned for 4 days per week, Thursday through Sunday, during the hours of 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. There will be 2 employees, and approximately 10 customers per day. The site will utilize a private well and septic system and onsite storm water drainage. The site will utilize a private well and septic system, and onsite stormwater drainage. The site plan proposes direct access from N. Tretheway Rd. (Use Type: Wineries and Wine Cellars - Wine Cellar, Off-Site)
Proposed events per calendar year are as follows: a maximum of 10 marketing events with a maximum of 150 attendees per event, small scale accessory events (a maximum of 1 per day with up to 80 attendees), 4 wine release events (up to 232 attendees at any given time), and large scale accessory events (a maximum of 10 times per year with up to 232 attendees). Amplified music is proposed for all events with the exception of small scale accessory winery events. No amplified music is permitted with Small-Scale Accessory Winery Events.
San Joaquin County Community Development Department
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State Reviewing Agency Comments
California Department of Transportation, District 10 (DOT)
Commercial (Sq. Ft. 2430, Acres 8.24, Employees 2)
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