Change of Zone No. 2000004 is a proposal to change the current zoning classification of the of the site from is Rural Residential (R-R) to General Commercial (C-1/C-P) for the area designated Commercial Retail (CR) in the General Plan while retaining the current Rural Residential (R-R) zoning classification for the area designated Rural Mountainous (RM) in the General Plan at the southwest corner of the property. Conditional Use Permit No. 200001 proposes to construct a 3,200 square foot gas station/convenience store that includes the sale of beer and wine, with a 3,180 square foot drive-thru car wash, and a mini storage facility with recreational vehicle and boat parking on 5.81 gross acres. The storage facility consists of four buildings, a single story 3,075 square foot building with 1,247 square foot of office space, a single story 11,358 square foot mini storage building, a single story 56,348 square foot mini storage building, and a two story 9,404 square foot mini storage building with a water tank and underground detention basin. – APN: 466-050-019, 466-050-020, and 466-050-021
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State Reviewing Agency Comments
State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water
Commercial (Sq. Ft. 87812, Acres 5.81, Employees 8)
Rezone, Use Permit
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