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COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS
REGULAR MEETING OF BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1998

Meeting was called to order at 10:10 a.m.

Present: Supervisors Greg Cox, Chairman; Pam Slater, Vice Chair; Dianne Jacob; Ron Roberts and Bill Horn; also Sandra G. Carter, Assistant Clerk.

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag led by Linh Nguyen, Student Council President. She is joined by Breanna Glibbery, Safety Patrol Lieutenant; Alyson Peters, Safety Patrol Lieutenant; Alejandra Guzman, K-Kids Club President; and Chen-Marie Pronoble, Peace Patrol Captain, all sixth graders at Allen/Ann Daly School in Bonita.

Approval of Statement of Proceedings/Minutes for meeting of October 21, 1998.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors approved the minutes for the meeting of October 21, 1998.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

AFTERNOON SESSION - Reconvened at 1:10 p.m. Supervisors Cox, Chairman; Slater, Vice Chair; Jacob; Horn; and Roberts being present.

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1.

Noticed Public Hearing

4S Ranch, 4S Kelwood; General Plan Amendment (GPA 96-001), Specific Plan Amendment (SPA 95-001), Zone Reclassification (R95-001), Tentative Map (TM 5066RPL), Tentative Map (TM 5067RPL), Major Use Permit Modification (P87-036W3) and Modification to Agricultural Preserve No. 60, San Dieguito Community Plan Area

2.

This is a Request to Initiate Reversion to Acreage Proceedings on County of San Diego Tracts 3702-1 and 3702-2, Final Maps 10201 and 10202 respectively, Located in the Lakeside Planning Group Area

(Carryover Item from 7/22/98, Agenda No. 3)

(Relates to Sanitation District Agenda No. 1)

3.

Set Hearing for 12/9/98, 9:00 a.m.

Report on: The Trust for Public Land: Vacation of Open Space Easement and Termination of an Irrevocable Offer of Dedication, VAC 98-010, Jamul/Dulzura Community Planning Area

4.

Release of Agreement to Pay Drainage Fees and Lien Contract for County of San Diego Tentative Parcel Map No. 17766, Parcel Map No. 13826, in the Lakeside Community Planning Group Area

5.

Proposed Amendments to the Agreements and Securities for County of San Diego Tracts 4569-1, 4569-3 and 4569-4; All Located in the San Dieguito Planning Group Area

6.

Administrative Item

Approval of a Final Map for County of San Diego Tract No. 5105-1, Located In the Fairbanks Ranch Area

7.

Administrative Item:

Approval of a Final Map and Secured Agreements for Public and Private Improvements for County of San Diego Tract No. 4777-1, Located in the Fallbrook Community Plan Area

8.

Administrative Item:

Approval of a Final Map and Secured Agreements for Public and Private Improvements for County of San Diego Tract No. 5057-1, Located in the Alpine Community Planning Area

9.

Administrative Item:

Approval of a Final Map and Secured Agreements for Public and Private Improvements for County of San Diego Tract No. 5057-2, Located in the Alpine Community Planning Area

10.

Public Communication

1. SUBJECT: Noticed Public Hearing

4S Ranch, 4S Kelwood; General Plan Amendment (GPA 96-001), Specific Plan Amendment (SPA 95-001), Zone Reclassification (R95-001), Tentative Map (TM 5066RPL), Tentative Map (TM 5067RPL), Major Use Permit Modification (P87-036W3) and Modification to Agricultural Preserve No. 60, San Dieguito Community Plan Area

(Supv. Dist: 3)

OVERVIEW:

This is a request for a General Plan Amendment to change the Regional Land Use Category on 2,891 acres from Future Urban Development Area to Current Urban Development Area and amendment to the San Dieguito Community Plan map and text. The Specific Plan Amendment will divide the 4S Ranch Specific Plan into two volumes. Volume I will include the previously adopted 4S Ranch Specific Plan (SPA 96-004) encompassing the existing 634-acre Current Urban Development Area portion of the property and Volume II will address development of the 2,891-acre Future Urban Development Area portion of the property. The site is located both north and south of Rancho Bernardo Road, one mile west of Interstate 15, bordered by Rancho Bernardo to the east, Lake Hodges to the north and Rancho Peñasquitos to the south and southwest.

The 4S Ranch has varied topography with native vegetation covering 60 percent of the site. The northernmost portion is relatively undisturbed but does include an existing ranch house, barn, accessory structures, pastures, earthen dam and pond. The central portions of the property consist of fallow agricultural fields, eucalyptus groves and pastures. Structures in this area include a caretaker's house and associated accessory structures, a wastewater treatment facility and associated wet weather storage reservoir and a temporary fire station. The southern portion, La Jolla Valley, consists of fallow agricultural fields and orchards. Major structures include two concrete and rock dams that form irrigation ponds on Lusardi Creek.

RECOMMENDATION:

PLANNING COMMISSION:

1. Certify that an Environmental Impact Report dated February 6, 1998 has been completed in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act, review and consider information contained therein, find that the Environmental Impact Report reflects the independent judgment and analysis of the Board of Supervisors, and make the Findings Concerning Significant Effects as shown in submitted attachment M.

2. Adopt the Resolution disestablishing a portion of the Ralphs Agricultural Preserve No. 60 to exclude that portion of the preserve as described in Exhibit A (Submitted attachment B).

3. Adopt the Resolution approving GPA 96-001 (Alternative 3) for the reasons stated therein and discussed in the report (Submitted attachment C).

4. Adopt the submitted Resolution approving the amendment (SPA 95-001) (Alternative 3) to the 4S Ranch Specific Plan which makes the appropriate findings and includes those requirements and conditions necessary to ensure that the project is implemented in a manner consistent with State law and the County General Plan (Submitted attachment E)

5. Approve Rezone R95-001 and adopt the Zone Reclassification Ordinance (Alternative 3) listed in the submitted Form of Ordinance with the summary title:

AN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF 4S RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN AREA IN THE SAN DIEGUITO COMMUNITY PLANNING AREA (Submitted attachment G)

6. Grant Major Use Permit P87-036W3 which makes the appropriate findings and includes those requirements and conditions necessary to ensure that the project is implemented in a manner consistent with The Zoning Ordinance and State law (Submitted attachment I).

7. Adopt the Resolution approving TM 5066RPL which makes the appropriate findings and includes those requirements and conditions necessary to ensure that the project is implemented in a manner consistent with the Subdivision Ordinance and State law (Submitted attachment J).

8. Adopt the Resolution approving TM 5067RPL which makes the appropriate findings and includes those requirements and conditions necessary to ensure that the project is implemented in a manner consistent with the Subdivision Ordinance and State law (Submitted attachment K).

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

1. Concur with the Planning Commission recommendations.

2. Adopt the Statement of Overriding Considerations (Submitted attachment N).

3. Adopt the Mitigation Monitoring Reporting Program (Submitted attachment Q).

4. Approve the Defense and Indemnity Agreement between the County of San Diego and 4S Kelwood.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board of Supervisors closed the hearing and took action as recommended by the Planning Commission and Chief Administrative Officer, and including the following additional conditions as recommended by Supervisor Slater:

1. Delete the provision for the mitigation bank and require that the property proposed as a mitigation bank be subject to a conservation easement, to keep this property in open space in perpetuity;

2. The San Dieguito River Valley Joint Powers Authority will have the right of first refusal for stewardship of the Lusardi Creek wildlife corridor;

3. With the recordation of the first Final Map in Phase 1, the commitment of $500,000 shall be placed in a County Transit Trust Account to be held until such time as an agreement is reached with MTDB and funds applied to the proposed service;

4. A reasonable and equitable agreement must be reached with the Metropolitan Transit District as a condition of approval before the first unit can be occupied in Phase 3 (with a threshold of 3,000 units);

5. 4S Ranch has agreed to a $17.2 million contribution to local roads and freeway improvements which includes the following list of projects:

Widening the Lake Hodges Bridge;

Auxiliary Lane Rancho Bernardo Road to Pomerado;

Auxiliary Lane Camino Del Norte to Bernardo Center;

Auxiliary Lane SR56 to Camino Del Norte;

Auxiliary Lane Carmel Mountain Road to Camino Del Norte;

Auxiliary Lane SR56 to Carmel Mountain Road;

Auxiliary Lane Rancho Penasquitos to SR56;

Auxiliary Lane Mercy Road to Poway Road;

Auxiliary Lane Mercy Road to SR56;

Auxiliary Lane Carroll Canyon Road to Mira Mesa Boulevard;

Environmental Documentation - Environmental Impact Report and Project reports;

Construct SR 56 as a 4-lane freeway, in conjunction with the other participants;

SR 56 to I-15 interchange loop;

Local interchanges of $12 million;

6. Total funding for the improvements comes from various sources and is approximately $150 million. The cost of the auxiliary lane, Mercy Road to SR56, since it was added to the original list, is in addition to the $150 million.

7. 4S Ranch will put $8 million up front before any homes are occupied;

8. 4S Ranch will turn over $4.6 million at the end of Phase 1 before any occupancies in Phase 2;

9. 4S Ranch will turn over $4.6 million at the end of Phase 2 before any occupancies are allowed in Phase 3;

10. The total funds, amounting to $17.2 million, will be deposited into a County Transportation Trust Account, to ensure every penny is spent for the purpose for which it is intended;

11. 3,000 homes are entitled and permitted; before any additional homes over 3,000 will be permitted, the funding sources must be identified and the funds secured for projects for improvements to our long-term freeway needs, as outlined above in paragraph 5; an additional 1,715 homes are entitled, but permits will be contingent on the funding for those long-term freeway improvements for traffic management being identified and secured;

12. The following benefits will be provided by the 4S Ranch Project:

A. Open space habitat preservation: a total of 1,629 acres of habitat will be dedicated, exceeding the County's mitigation requirement by 1,147 acres;

B. Wetland revegetation and enhancement : the loss of 3.8 acres of wetlands will be mitigated by the creation of more than 9 acres of high quality wetland habitat;

C. Parkland improvements and dedication by 4S Ranch: a total dedication of more than 60 acres consisting of 38 acres of public parks and 22 acres of publicly accessible private parkland (in addition to the committed open space area). Park acreage set-aside amounts to more than over 150 percent of the County Parkland Dedication Ordinance. A funding contribution of $3 million will be given for public park improvements in addition to land dedications. There will be 100 percent funding to improve all on-site private parks.

D. Bicycle and trail system: 4S Ranch will incorporate bicycle and hiking trails that extend and interconnect the regional trail system. There will be 100 percent funding to add 8 miles of improved and inter-connected regional trails to the County's trail system

E. School facilities: 4S Ranch will provide school sites and assure 100 percent funding for the construction of two elementary schools, and proportionate share funding for a high school and middle school

F. Affordable housing: the 4S Ranch will, on a voluntary basis, develop affordable housing units equivalent to 10 percent of the market rate units.

G. Fire protection: 4S Ranch will fund the construction of a 7,900 square foot permanent fire station at an estimated cost in excess of $1.5 million. Funding will also include a helicopter pad for airlifts and wildfire operations and will be home to a new paramedic unit.

H. 4S Ranch Wastewater reclamation: $10 million commitment to reclaim waste water for irrigation of the project and excess reclaimed water will be transferred for use elsewhere in the Olivenhain Municipal Water District.

I. Funding regional roadway improvements and mass transit: 4S Ranch spearheaded the agreement between Black Mountain Ranch, Santa Fe Valley and 4S Ranch to ensure that 100 percent of the funding necessary to improve the required regional roadways will be provided.

J. 4S Ranch has agreed to contribute over $500,000 to help fund both capital costs and operating expenses of the extension of an existing MTDB express transit service to the community. This will ensure that residents in the community will have access to mass transit early in the development of the community.

K. Housing job growth: 4S Ranch will house over 13,000 residents adjacent to two major employment centers. Both the Rancho Bernardo and 4S Ranch business parks are home to companies that employ more than 16,000 men and women. This number of current employees is expected to increase to over 20,000 within 10 years at the build-out of the business parks. When including the additional nearby employment centers in Carmel Mountain Ranch and Poway, the local employment base surpasses 50,000 jobs.

L. Creating a beneficial fiscal impact to the county: 4S Ranch and its residents will not only provide enough resources to fund the services it needs, but will also provide a net surplus of $725,000 per year to the County of San Diego General Fund and over $500,000 to the Rancho Santa Fe Fire District. These numbers have been independently certified by the San Diego County Taxpayers Association;

M. Library: 4S Ranch will construct a new building for a library;

N. Sheriff substation: 4S Ranch will construct a new Sheriff substation;

O. Boys and Girls Club: 4S Ranch will support the operation of a branch of the San Dieguito Boys and Girls Club in the community park and will provide an interim modular building until 4S Ranch constructs the 5,000 square foot multi-purpose building during the fifth year of operation of the Boys and Girls Club in addition to contributing $100,000 for budget support;

P. Electric vehicle recharging station: 4S Ranch will provide two electrical vehicle charging stations within the park and ride facility and fund the annual electricity cost for a to-be-determined period of time; and

Q. Off-site road improvements: 4S Ranch has voluntarily committed to fund a supplemental contribution for off-site road improvements over and above their fair share contribution as detailed above.

13. Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to meet with the applicant to prepare a public benefit agreement to include all of the conditions as stated in the motion to submit to the Board of Supervisors for its consideration within 90 - 120 days;

14. A number of conditions of approval to the Specific Plan 95-001, Tentative Map 5066 RPL and Tentative Map 5067 RPL require construction of improvements which are within the City of San Diego or are subject to the jurisdiction of CalTrans. In its administration and enforcement of such conditions of approval, the Board of Supervisors directed the Chief Administrative Officer to impose the time limitations and other substantive requirements of the Subdivision Map Act on the City of San Diego and CalTrans with respect to processing improvement plans, approving cost estimates, acquiring rights-of-way and issuing permits as would apply if such improvements were subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the County of San Diego;

and adopted the following Resolutions and Ordinance:

Resolution No. 98-299, entitled: RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DISESTABLISHING A PORTION OF THE RALPHS AGRICULTURAL PRESERVE NO. 60 [Attachment B];

Resolution No. 98-300, entitled: A RESOLUTION OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ADOPTING GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT (GPA) 96-001 [Attachment C];

Resolution No. 98-301, entitled: RESOLUTION OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS APPROVING SPECIFIC PLAN AMENDMENT SPA 95-001 [4S RANCH] SPECIFIC PLAN 84-01[Attachment E]; and

Ordinance No. 8972 (New Series), entitled: AN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF 4S RANCH SPECIFIC PLAN AREA IN THE SAN DIEGUITO COMMUNITY PLANNING AREA REF: GPA 96-001, SPA 95-001, R95-001, TM 5066RPL, TM5067RPL [Attachment G];

Resolution No. 98-302, entitled: RESOLUTION OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS APPROVING CONDITIONS FOR TENTATIVE MAP NO. TM 5066RPL1 [Attachment J]; and

Resolution No. 98-303, entitled: RESOLUTION OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY APPROVING CONDITIONS FOR TENTATIVE MAP NO. 5067RPL1 [Attachment K].

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

1-A ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Slater, the Board of Supervisors determined it will be the regional leader, under the leadership of Supervisor Slater, in pulling together all impacted jurisdictions, all citizen groups, and all private sector entities to work with CalTrans and MTDB on a plan to bring the I-15 corridor up to level C.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

2. SUBJECT: Initiate Reversion to Acreage Proceedings on County of San Diego Tracts 3702-1 and 3702-2, Final Maps 10201 and 10202 Respectively, Located in the Lakeside Planning Group Area

(Carryover Item from 7/22/98, Agenda No. 3)

(Supv. Dist: 2)

OVERVIEW:

Tract 3702-1 is a planned development consisting of 140 residential lots with a maximum of 140 dwelling units, one private street lot, nine open space lots, one recreation lot, one commercial use lot and a total acreage of 395.43 acres.

Tract 3702-2 is a planned development consisting of 110 residential lots with a maximum of 110 dwelling units, two private street lots, six open space lots, and a total acreage of 407.11 acres.

They are located in the Muth Valley area on the westerly side of Wildcat Canyon Road, approximately two miles northerly from Lakeside. (Thomas Guide, Page 1212, C and D-4, 5, and 6, 1998 Edition)

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

1. Initiate, by motion, proceedings to revert County of San Diego Tracts 3702-1 and 3702-2 to acreage, pursuant to Section 66499.12 of the Subdivision Map Act.

2. Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to return with sufficient information to make the findings required by Section 66499.16 of the Subdivision Map Act.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board of Supervisors continued the matter for 30 days.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

3. SUBJECT: Set Hearing for 12/9/98, 9:00 a.m.

The Trust for Public Land: Vacation of Open Space Easement and Termination of an Irrevocable Offer of Dedication, VAC 98-010, Jamul/Dulzura Community Planning Area

(Supv. Dist: 2)

OVERVIEW:

This is a request to adopt a Resolution of Intention to Vacate and set a date for public hearing for the vacation of eight open space easements (seven biological and one archaeological) and termination of an Irrevocable Offer of Dedication within the Las Montanas Specific Plan Area (SPA 88-005). The easements and Irrevocable Offer of Dedication are located east of Steele Canyon Road and west of Lyons Valley Road adjacent to Highway 94 in the community of Jamul. The project is located on moderate to steeply sloped topography. There are no existing buildings on the site.

RECOMMENDATION:

DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND LAND USE:

Adopt the Form of Resolution of Intention to Vacate, which sets a public hearing date for December 9, 1998 (submitted Attachment A).

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 98-294, entitled: RESOLUTION OF INTENTION TO VACATE STREET, HIGHWAY, OR PUBLIC SERVICE EASEMENT; and setting hearing for December 9, 1998, 9:00 a.m.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

4. SUBJECT: Release of Agreement to Pay Drainage Fees and Lien Contract for County of San Diego Tentative Parcel Map No. 17766, Parcel Map No. 13826, in the Lakeside Community Planning Group Area

(Supv. Dist: 2)

OVERVIEW:

This is a request to release the Lien Contract that guaranteed payment of required drainage fees on Parcel Map 13826 now that those fees have been paid. This project is located on Emerald Grove Avenue in the Lakeside area. (Thomas Guide, Page 1231, J-6, 1998 Edition)

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

Approve the submitted document entitled, Release of Agreement to Pay Drainage Fees and Lien Contract; authorize execution by the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors; and direct the Clerk to forward the document to the County Recorder for recordation.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

5. SUBJECT: Proposed Amendments to the Agreements and Securities for County of San Diego Tracts 4569-1, 4569-3 and 4569-4, All Located in the San Dieguito Planning Group Area

(Supv. Dist: 3)

OVERVIEW:

This is a request to amend the existing secured agreements for County of San Diego Tracts 4569-1, 4569-3 and 4569-4 which will change the responsible parties, reduce some of the securities, and extend the time for completion of the required improvements. These maps are located in the Rancho Santa Fe area on the northerly side of Avenida Del Duque and Aliso Canyon Road. (Thomas Guide, page 1148, E-5 and F-5, 1998 Edition)

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

1. Approve the Amendment to Joint Agreement (Substitution of Parties, Extension of Time, and Substitution of Security) for County of San Diego Tract 4569-1 and authorize execution by the Clerk of the Board.

2. Waive Board Policy I-19, Subdivision of Land - Substitution of One Form of Improvement Security for Another - Reduction of Security, relating to Procedure for Improvement Security Reduction as it applies to Tract 4569-3.

3. Approve the Amendment to Joint Agreement (Substitution of Parties, Extension of Time, and Substitution of Security) for County of San Diego Tract 4569-3 and authorize execution by the Clerk of the Board.

4. Approve the Amendment to Joint Agreement (Substitution of Parties, Extension of Time) for County of San Diego Tract 4569-4 and authorize execution by the Clerk of the Board.

5. Grant an extension of time to complete the improvements for a two-year period ending October 28, 2000, for Tracts 4569-1, 4569-3 and 4569-4.

6. Direct the Clerk of the Board to send a letter to Stewart Title of California authorizing the release of the original Performance security and Labor and Materials security for County of San Diego Tract 4569-1.

7. Direct the Clerk of the Board to send a letter to Wells Fargo Bank authorizing the release of the original Performance security and Labor and Materials security for County of San Diego Tract 4569-3.

8. Direct the Clerk of the Board to send a letter to University National Bank and Trust Company authorizing the release of the existing Letter of Credit security for erosion control on County of San Diego Tract 4569-4.

9. Authorize the release of the existing Instrument of Credit for erosion control associated with Tract 4569-1 in the amount of $247,500, now that the work has been completed.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

6. SUBJECT: Administrative Item:

Approval of a Final Map for County of San Diego Tract No. 5105-1, Located In the Fairbanks Ranch Area

(Supv. Dist: 3)

OVERVIEW:

This project is a planned development consisting of five residential lots with a maximum of five dwelling units, two open space lots, and a total acreage of 121.50 acres.

It is located in the Fairbanks Ranch area along Clubhouse Drive. (Thomas Guide, Page 1188, E-2, 1998 Edition)

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

1. Approve this map.

2. Accept the grant of an easement for open space over the portion of lots 2, 3, 4, 6 and 7 as granted on said map.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

7. SUBJECT: Administrative Item:

Approval of a Final Map and Secured Agreements for Public and Private Improvements for County of San Diego Tract No. 4777-1, Located in the Fallbrook Community Plan Area

(Supv. Dist: 5)

OVERVIEW:

This project is a subdivision consisting of 10 single-family residential lots on 21.22 acres. It is located north of Via Monserate between Linda Vista Drive and Ramona Drive in the Fallbrook Community Planning Area. (Thomas Guide, Page 1048, B4, 1998 Edition)

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

1. Approve this map.

2. Approve the Joint Agreement to Improve Major Subdivision which includes the street improvements, water facilities, setting of final monuments and park fees, and authorize execution by the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

8. SUBJECT: Administrative Item:

Approval of a Final Map and Secured Agreements for Public and Private Improvements for County of San Diego Tract No. 5057-1, Located in the Alpine Community Planning Area

(Supv. Dist: 2 )

OVERVIEW:

This project is a subdivision consisting of 7 single-family residential lots, and a total acreage of 12.26 acres.

It is located in the Alpine area north of the intersection of West Victoria Drive and Old Stagecoach Run. (Thomas Guide, Page 1234, B-4, 1998 Edition)

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

1. Approve this map.

2. Accept the abutters rights of access from lots 1, 3, and 7 in and to West Victoria Drive (SC1990), except at access opening No. 1, as relinquished on the map.

3. Approve the Joint Agreement to Improve Major Subdivision which includes the street improvements and water facilities, and authorize execution by the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

9. SUBJECT: Administrative Item:

Approval of a Final Map and Secured Agreements for Public and Private Improvements for County of San Diego Tract No. 5057-2, Located in the Alpine Community Planning Area

(Supv. Dist: 2 )

OVERVIEW:

This project is a subdivision consisting of nine single-family residential lots, and a total acreage of 20.00 acres.

It is located in the Alpine area northwest of the intersection of West Victoria Drive and Old Stagecoach Run. (Thomas Guide, Page 1234, A-4, 1998 Edition)

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

1. Approve this map.

2. Accept the grant of an easement for open space over the portions of lots 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 as granted on said map.

3. Approve the Joint Agreement to Improve Major Subdivision which includes the street improvements and water facilities, and authorize execution by the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

10. SUBJECT: Public Communication

Don Stillwell expressed his concerns why the Ten Commandments are not allowed in schools.

ACTION:

Heard; referred to the Chief Administrative Officer.

There being no further business, the Board adjourned at 4:24 p.m.

SANDRA G. CARTER

Assistant Clerk of the Board of Supervisors

County of San Diego, State of California

Notes by:

Galang (Consent)

Gomez (Discussion)

This Statement of Proceedings sets forth all actions taken by the Board of Supervisors on the matters stated, but not necessarily the chronological sequence in which the matters were taken up.


Dist 1 Greg Cox | Dist 2 Dianne Jacob | Dist 3 Pam Slater
Dist 4 Ron Roberts | Dist 5 Bill Horn


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