The applicant is requesting a conditional use permit to operate a winery at their property located at the end of Old Oak Way. The proposed project also consists of construction of a new subterranean wine cave, fire access road, design review for a tasting deck (i.e., tasting deck, restrooms and office) as well as an open space easement exchange. The proposed winery operations include public wine tastings (no appointment needed) and private wine tasting and events (by appointment only).
In addition to the conditional use permit for the winery operations, the proposed project would require a tree removal permit, as well as geotechnical clearance and building permits for the subterranean wine cave and tasting deck.
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