The Project proposes approximately 80,000 square feet (SF) of commercial cannabis cultivation that is contained within a maximum of four (4) industrial buildings of approximately 20,000 SF each. The Project incorporates a minimum of one (1) retention/detention basin that encompass approximately 0.46-acres of the Project site. The Project will be developed in no more than four (4) phases, each consisting of at-least one (1) 20,000 SF building dedicated to commercial cannabis cultivation over 8.22-acres. Phase One will include the frontage improvements to Yerba Blvd. (consisting of approximately 270 linear feet (LF), twelve (12) commercial (CARB certified) generators. The Project site plan incorporates the future expansion of one internal collector street that provides access to four (4) fire-access drive aisles that are designed at a 90-degree angle to the internal drive aisle, one (1) detention basins consisting of approximately 0.46-acres, approximately 50 parking spaces, and ancillary landscaping, hardscape, BMPs, and associated grading, paving and site development. Yerba Blvd., which will be constructed during Phase One, will be constructed to its ultimate half-width and offered for dedication to the City for public use. The remaining phases (Phase 2-4) will construct the parking and related infrastructure applicable to that particular phase. Each phase, , which will consist of 20,000 SF building, for a total of 60,000 SF of commercial cultivation, approximately 40 parking spaces, 9 generators, the future extension public utility remaining phases will also incorporate additional drainage facilities including future detention/retention basin(s) and ancillary BMPs. The Project anticipates an extension of a sewer lateral line, into the Project site, from an existing 12-inch sewer trunk line within Yerba Blvd., as well as the extension of potable water, which will be served by an existing 8-inch main line, again, located in Yerba Blvd. The Project anticipates being served using on-site generators which are CARB certified and will operate continuously until the extension of transmission infrastructure is available to the City by the current electricity provider, Southern California Edison (SCE).