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DATE: March 8, 2018 <br />C 9 <br />t6 0&aaqyex� <br />MEMORANDUM <br />CM2018-014 <br />TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council <br />FROM: Konradt Bartlam, City Maria <br />RE: PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION REGARDING AGENDA ITEM 7C - <br />EXTENSION OF TIME NO. 18EXT01 FOR TENTATIVE TRACT MAP <br />16414 TO SUBDIVIDE 23.74 ACRES OF VACANT LAND TO CREATE <br />280 MULTI -FAMILY ATTACHED DWELLING UNITS AND S -ACRES OF <br />COMMERCIAL (VILA BORBA) LOCATED NORTHEAST OF <br />BUTTERFIELD RANCH ROAD AND AVENIDA DE PORTUGAL <br />At their meeting on March 6, 2018, the Planning Commission (Commission) conducted a <br />public hearing to consider a request from the applicant to grant a two-year extension of <br />time for TTM 16414 which was originally approved by the City Council on April 25, 2006, <br />as part of the Vila Borba development. <br />The approved tentative map, 16414, would subdivide 23.74 acres of vacant land to <br />create 280 multi -family attached dwelling units and five acres of commercial land. The <br />Planning Commission asked staff to provide a presentation. Staff indicated that the Vila <br />Borba Master Plan included four tracts and, to date, only three of the tracts have <br />obtained final maps. <br />In 2016, the applicant submitted discretionary applications to change the land uses and <br />lower the density of TTM 16414 from Commercial (C -G) and High Density (RM -2) to <br />Medium Density Residential (RM -1) for the entire site. The lot configuration would <br />remain the same but the two lots are proposed to be developed as follows: 68 attached <br />townhomes (Lot 1) and 94 detached, very small lot, single-family homes. The proposed <br />land use change would reduce the number of dwelling units on the property from 280 to <br />162 units. The proposed land use changes would lower density and reduce the allowable <br />residential units, and separate review and approval would be required by the Planning <br />Commission and City Council. <br />TTM 16414 has been delayed due to the processing of the proposed land use <br />amendment due to regulatory permits that tie each of the Vila Borba Planning areas to <br />one another. At this time, the applicant has requested an additional time extension to <br />continue implementing conditions of approval tied to infrastructure, water quality basins <br />and habitat restoration while the new land use entitlements are being processed. <br />