The project will include the demolition of one (1) 5,000-square foot building at 14424 Joanbridge Street and would repurpose the existing 6,813-square foot building at 14412 Joanbridge Street to allow for the construction of a two (2) story outdoor soccer training facility with a gym, meeting room, men and women restrooms, parking facility, one (1) indoor field and four (4) outdoor soccer fields. The project will include a Design Review for the proposed site design and building architecture, a Conditional Use Permit application to allow a recreational facility (soccer facility) use and a Zone Variance to allow the deviation from minimum side and rear yard setback requirements. The project site is not included on the list of hazardous waste disposal sites enumerated under Section 65962.5 of the California Government Code.
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Recreational (Soccer Facility)
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