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File #: 16-633    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Staff Report Status: Second Reading
File created: 9/9/2016 In control: City Council
On agenda: 9/21/2016 Final action: 9/21/2016
Title: DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT, DA2016-0006:PRICE-CONN: A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT FOR A SINGLE LOT RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT LOCATED ON PRICE DRIVE, WEST OF DEWITT AVENUE (APN 773-08-081)
Attachments: 1. Ordinance.pdf, 2. DA.pdf, 3. August 23 PC Staff Report, 4. 14 Presentation
CITY COUNCIL STAFF REPORT
MEETING DATE: SEPTEMBER 21, 2016

PREPARED BY: Gina Paolini, Interim Principal Planner/ Community Development
APPROVED BY: City Manager

TITLE
DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT, DA2016-0006:PRICE-CONN: A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT FOR A SINGLE LOT RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT LOCATED ON PRICE DRIVE, WEST OF DEWITT AVENUE (APN 773-08-081)
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RECOMMENDATION(S)
RECOMMENDATION
1. Open/close public hearing;
2. Waive the first and second reading of the Development Agreement Ordinance; and
3. Introduce Development Agreement Ordinance.

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COUNCIL PRIORITIES, GOALS & STRATEGIES:



Ongoing Priorities
Protecting the environment
Maintaining fiscal responsibility

2016 Focus Areas
Developing Our Community

REPORT NARRATIVE:
The applicant is requesting approval of a Development Agreement to formalize commitments made during the Residential Development Control System (RDCS) process. The Development Agreement will allow the development of one custom single family residence on the existing lot of record.

The Development Agreement will establish a development schedule for the project, including a commencement of construction deadline and include other standard City requirements. The project took part in the City's 2015 RDCS competition and was awarded one allotment for Fiscal Year 2017-2018.

The Development Agreement was reviewed by the Planning Commission at its August 23, 2016 meeting where the Commission held a public hearing. The Planning Commission recommended approval of the Development Agreement to the City Council.

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: Inform
The community was informed about this project through public notification, including site signage, newspaper notice and direct mail to property owners within 300 feet.

ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS:
In addition to denial of the Development Agreement, the City Council could direct staff to make changes to the Development Agreement.


PRIOR CITY COUNCIL AND COMMISSION ACTIONS:
On January 12, 2016, the Planning...

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