A request by Mid-State Properties for a Vesting Tentative Tract Map (Tract 2383) and Variance to subdivide a 37-acre parcel into 11 new residential parcels, ranging in size from 2.5 acres to 4.56 acres. A building envelope is proposed on each parcel ranging in size from 6,620 square feet (sf) to 15,850 sf. The project would require 51,000 cubic yards of cut and 51,000 cubic yards of fill (102,000 total cubic yards of earthwork) and would result in 12.5 acres of site disturbance as a result of grading for road and utility improvements, vegetation removal, recontouring of the former quarry, and grading of future building pads. The project requires a variance due to grading on slopes greater than 30% to construct portions of “Street B”, recontouring of the former quarry on Lot 1 and 11, and for a portion of building pad improvements on Lot 11. In addition, an adjustment to Title 21 (Real Property Division Ordinance) to allow more than 5 parcels to take access off a private easement is also required. The project site is located in the Residential Suburban land use category, on the northeast side of Hondonada Road, approximately 1,500 feet north of Lopez Drive, northeast of the City of Arroyo Grande. The project is located in the San Luis Bay (Inland) Sub Area (South) of the South County (Inland) Planning Area.
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