Conditional Use Permit to permit a Type 21 (off-sale of beer, wine, and distilled spirits) Alcohol License for Las Olas Meat Market at 2191 Esplanade Avenue

Summary

SCH Number
2024070255
Public Agency
City of San Jacinto
Document Title
Conditional Use Permit to permit a Type 21 (off-sale of beer, wine, and distilled spirits) Alcohol License for Las Olas Meat Market at 2191 Esplanade Avenue
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Received
Posted
7/8/2024
Document Description
The project involves upgrading the existing Type 20 alcohol license to a Type 21 alcohol license for Las Olas Meat Market, located within the San Jacinto Esplanade. This upgrade will allow the sale of distilled spirits in addition to beer and wine for off-site consumption. A variance has also been granted to reduce the required separation distance from a public park from 600 feet to 320 feet.

Contact Information

Name
FRANK CHEN
Agency Name
CITY OF SAN JACINTO
Job Title
PLANNING MANAGER
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency

Location

Cities
San Jacinto
Counties
Riverside
Regions
Citywide
Cross Streets
S Sanderson Avenue & W Esplanade Avenue
Zip
92582
Parcel #
436-710-004
Other Location Info
2191 W ESPLANADE AVE, SUITE 104 D, SAN JACINTO CA 92582

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
15061 (b)(3), 15301 (class 1), 15305 (class 5)
Reasons for Exemption
Class 1: Existing Facilities (CEQA Guidelines §15301) The project involves the operation and minor alteration of an existing private structure, the Las Olas Meat Market. The upgrade from a Type 20 to a Type 21 alcohol license does not involve any physical expansion or changes to the building or its footprint. The market will continue to operate as it has, with the primary change being administrative in nature. This ensures that the environmental impact is negligible. Class 5: Minor Alterations in Land Use Limitations (CEQA Guidelines §15305) The upgrade to a Type 21 alcohol license constitutes a minor alteration in land use limitations. This exemption is applicable because the project does not intensify the current use or significantly affect the surrounding environment. There are no changes required to zoning, planning, or land use designations, and the overall character and function of the market remain consistent with existing policies. Common Sense Exemption (CEQA Guidelines §15061(b)(3)) This exemption applies because there is no possibility that the project will have a significant effect on the environment. The Las Olas Meat Market will continue to operate within its existing footprint and use. The environmental impact of selling a broader range of alcoholic beverages is considered negligible.
County Clerk
Riverside

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