The applicant is proposing to subdivide one 17.4-acre parcel into 50 single family residential lots. The subject property is located at 2930 E. Tuolumne Road, Stanislaus County APN 073-016-006. A Planned Development is proposed to allow for various deviations from the Very Low-Density Residential development standards in the East Tuolumne Master Plan (ETMP) detailed below. A dual use drainage basin will be installed and landscaped to handle the stormwater for the development as well as provide an open space area. The development will meet the required density of the Very Low-Density Residential Zoning District with a proposed density of 3 units per acre but exceptions to the 14,500 square foot minimum lot size are proposed as follows: Lots 1 through 6 = 12,000 square feet; Lots 7 through 15 and 22 through 32= 8,600 square feet; Lots 16 through 21= 8,000 square feet; Lots 33 through 37= 7,500 square feet; Lots 38 through 50= 11,000 square feet
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