From AE-10 (Exclusive Agriculture – 10 Acre Minimum) to M-1 (Light Manufacturing)
The proposed Project is to develop 3.8-acres of a 29.29-acre site into a 50,000 square foot (sf) light industrial park. The industrial building will be built to suit and will accommodate eight (8) tenants at 6,250 sf per tenant. To support the industrial park, 10 ADA parking stalls, 42 standard parking stalls and 12 loading docks will also be constructed. It is anticipated that the industrial park will employ up to 24 people and days and operate Monday – Saturday from 8:00am to 5:00 pm. The Project site is currently vacant but has historically been utilized for agricultural purposes. There are two static billboards on site that will be removed as part of the project. The proposed industrial park is consistent with the General Plan Designation of Valley Agricultural, but will require the approval of a zone change from AE-10 (Exclusive Agriculture – 10 Acre Minimum) to M-1 (Light Manufacturing) by Tulare County. The M-1 zone allows the manufacturing, assembling, packaging, treatment and processing of products other than those which may be obnoxious or offensive by reason of emission of odor, dust, smoke, gas, noise, or other similar causes.
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State Reviewing Agency Comments
California Department of Conservation (DOC)
Industrial (Light Industrial Park)(Sq. Ft. 50000, Acres 3.8, Employees 24)
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