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05-13-2008 CC Rpt D02 COUNCIL AGENDA STAFF REPORT CITY CLERK USE ONLY Meeting Date: May 13,2008 41.4-$;`0114: Public Hearing: id 2; 2 ;1T::`' -5 Pfl Discussion Item: 0 , Consent Item: 0 „ . crry OF CHINO HILLS f wess•ONAT" 101. 1-5 May 6, 2008 TO: HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM: CITY MANAGER SUBJECT: INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM, TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714, AND SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10 CVS PHARMACY & MULTI-TENANT RETAIL BUILDING LOCATED AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF CHINO HILLS PARKWAYI AND PEYTON DRIVE RECOMMENDATION: illThat the City Council: 1) Adopt the Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program for Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 and Site Plan Review No. 04SPR10; 2) Approve Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714; and 3) Approve Site Plan Review No. 04SPR10 BACKGROUND/ANALYSIS: The Site Plan Review application was originally submitted on December 14, 2004, as a 13,274—square foot Say-on Drug Store, with a detached 8,000-square foot, multi-tenant retail building, under the ownership of Albertson's Inc. The project was inactive for approximately two years and was re-activated by Tricor Southwest Corporation on behalf of Garfield Ranch CVS, LLC on April 9, 2007, as a CVS Pharmacy and multi- D AGENDA DATE: MAY 13, 2008 PAGE 2 SUBJECT: TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714 AND SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10 tenant retail building. Staff has worked with the applicant to create the retail development, which is reflected in the final plans. The City's Project Review Committee reviewed the site planning, compatibility with the surrounding area, parking, architectural design, infrastructure, and traffic impacts for the project and therefore recommended approval of the project, subject to the Conditions of Approval. At their meeting of April 1, 2008, the Planning Commission received a report from City staff recommending that the Planning Commission adopt the Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program and approve Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 and Site Plan Review 04SPR10. There were no speakers at the public hearing, however the Planning Commission expressed their concerns regarding the following: • Traffic Impacts • 24-hour Operation • Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) licensing in proximity to schools, and • Signage • Architecture Staff and the applicant responded to the Commission's concerns and the Commission approved the project by unanimous vote (4-0). Commissioner Bristow was absent. The following Conditions of Approval were amended and added bye the Planning Commission. The amendments have been incorporated into the final Conditions of Approval (see attached Condition of Approval). 1. Amended Condition of Approval #19 to read, "The applicant shall provide enhanced pavement at the building CVS building's main entry and driveway entrances. Walkways, including but not limited to, the building's main entry, pedestrian crossings, ADA paths, etc. shall be provided with enhanced pavement and shall be reviewed and approved by the Community Development Department All ADA paths shall be striped in compliance with ADA requirements." 2. Amend Condition of Approval #26 to read, "Prior to thc issuance of building permit Occupancy of the first building, the applicant shall construct the following Caltrans required improvements: submit plans for the following Caltrans required improvements: • Dual lanes for eastbound left turn lane at the intersection of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive and any associated striping improvements on westbound Chino Hills Parkway necessary to provide smooth traffic transition. • Construct raised median on Chino Hills Parkway in front of property extending 200 feet to the west of the property. 002 AGENDA DATE: MAY 13,2008 PAGE 3 SUBJECT:TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714 AND SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10 ID • Design driveway entrance from Chino Hills Parkway to be right-in/right-out and left-in. A Caltrans Encroachment Permit is required for off-site mitigation work consisting of raised center median and proposed driveway and sidewalk." 3. Amend Condition of Approval #39 to read, "All drainage shall be collected by on- site storm drains and deposited into an approved system as determined by the Building Official and City Engineer. No drainage shall enter thc street. 4. Amend Condition of Approval #65 to read, "All improvements within public right- of-way or private right-of-way shall be built to City Standards and in accordance with the current edition "Standard Specification for Public Works Construction" and the City of Chino Hills Development Code. All improvements within the public right-of-way shall be bonded in accordance with "Subdivision Map Act" prior to recordation of Final Map if the improvements are not finished prior to the recordation of the final map. All improvements shall bond for 100% of approved cost estimate to construct improvements and'in accordance with the "Subdivision Agreement and Improvement Securities Policy" adopted by the City of Chino Hills unless constructed and approved prior to recordation of Final Map. Prior to Bond Release and/or Bond Reduction of the improvements and prior to acceptance of the improvements by the City, "As-Builts" for the improvements shall be submitted and approved by the City Engineer." 5. Amend Condition of Approval #81 to read, "All public improvements shall bond for 100% of approved cost estimate to construct improvements and in accordance with the "Subdivision Agreement and Improvement Securities Policy" adopted by the City of Chino Hills unless constructed and approved prior to recordation of Final Map." 6. Amend Condition of Approval #104 to read, "All public improvements shall bond for 100% of approved cost estimate to construct improvements and in accordance with the "Subdivision Agreement and Improvement Securities Policy" adopted by the City of Chino Hills unless constructed and approved prior to recordation of Final Map." 7. Add Condition of Approval to read, "Prior to occupancy, the applicant shall re- stripe Carbon Canyon Road at Chino Hills Parkway to provide two dedicated right turn lanes and one shared left turn lane, unless prior to issuance of building permits, the applicant submits a traffic study acceptable to the City Engineer and reviewed by Caltrans demonstrating that existing conditions do not warrant the re-striping. 003 AGENDA DATE: MAY 13, 2008 PAGE 4 SUBJECT: TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714 AND SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10 400 8. Add Condition of Approval to read, "No advertising for cigarettes and/or alcoholic beverages shall be permitted onsite, or in windows of the CVS building or the retail building visible to the exterior. 9. Add Condition of Approval to read, "The guardrail located to the north of the site shall be aesthetically compatible with the proposed development. Decorative materials and/or landscaping shall be used to ensure compatibility." 10.Add Condition of Approval to read, "The roll-up door located on the east elevation of the CVS building shall be painted the same color as the wall/elevation where is located." II.Add Condition of Approval to read, "If the property that is the subject of this Site Plan Review is at any point owned by different parties, each property owner shall be responsible to the City to complete all improvements or pay all fees required by the Site Plan. Nothing in this condition shall prevent the parties from assigning responsibility between themselves for these obligations." 12.Add Condition of Approval to read, "The applicant shall return with final elevations for the retail building to the Planning Commission for final review and approval of aesthetic consideration. The Planning Commission review and 41111/ approval shall be noticed subject to the Brown Act." On April 8, 2008, Council Member Graham raised concerns regarding 24-hour operation, architecture, and signage, and Council Members Graham and Kruger appealed the Planning Commission approval of the project. Following is an analysis of the issues raised by Council. CVS Pharmacy Operation The applicant is requesting a 24-hour operation for the CVS Pharmacy to cater to customers with emergency needs. Staff conducted an hours of operation survey of the major pharmacies within the area, namely CVS Pharmacy, Rite Aid, Walgreens, and Longs Drugs. The nearest pharmacies to Chino Hills with 24-hour service is a CVS Pharmacy and a Walgreens both located on Central Avenue in Chino, which is approximately 6 miles from the proposed CVS location. At the April 1, 2008 Planning Commission meeting, the applicant expressed the importance of providing the residents of Chino Hills a pharmacy that is accessible and convenient for urgent situations during the late hours of the night. The 24-hour operation will also cater to the residents of the adjacent Aegis Senior Living. Staff and the Planning Commission considered whether a 24-hour operation at this location would have a significant impact on surrounding properties, and determined that opit would not, since the adjacent property to the north is a church/school, which will be vacant during the late evening hours; and the Mission Apartments, west of the site, will be buffered by the proposed retail building, a detention basin, and a landscaped slope. 004 AGENDA DATE: MAY 13, 2008 PAGE 5 SUBJECT: TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714 AND SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10 ODAside from the Mission Apartments, the nearest residential development is located across Chino Hills Parkway and is buffered by landscaping and a perimeter block wall, therefore the 24-hour operation will have minimal affect, if any, on the residents. In regards to the in-line retail building, the applicant indicated that they have received interest from several restaurant users requesting late operation hours to accommodate special events such as New Year's Eve celebrations. Also showing interest are users such as dry cleaning services and/or coffee shops that would require opening as early as 5:00 a.m. to cater to the community. However, based on similar operations throughout the City, the majority of the tenants would most likely operate at the standard retail hours. The sale of alcoholic beverages for offsite consumption is being proposed as part of CVS's operation. Per the City's Development Code, alcohol sales for offsite consumption is permitted by right within drug stores (pharmacies) greater than 10,000 s.f. Although CVS is proposing a 24-hour operation, the sales of alcohol will be limited to the lawful hours of 6:00 A.M. to 2:00 A.M. daily. The consumption of alcoholic beverages on the premises shall be prohibited (Condition of Approval #11). The applicant and/or operator of the project shall construct and post signage on the property in a manner that is visible to customers indicating, "Drinking of Alcoholic Beverages is Prohibited on this Property," prior to Occupancy. The location, design, size, and illwording of the sign shall be subject to review and approval by the Community Development Director or designee (Condition of Approval #11). Architecture The footprint and architecture of the building is constrained due to the topography, size, and shape of the site. Given the setbacks, drive aisles, and parking required for the site, the applicant has worked with staff on numerous revisions to achieve a high quality design. The proposed building design is representative of the CVS corporate architecture using the signature round canopy entrance and split-face block detailing. To provide depth and movement to the building, substantial columns and pilasters projecting at least 4 feet from the main walls are used throughout the different elevations. Wrought iron grilles adorned with vines and potted plants will also be used to add visual interest to the building. CVS PHARMACY BUILDING MATERIAL COLOR MANUFACTURER Walls Pale Yellow STO Premium System Split-face Block Accent Auburn Angelus Block Cornice Terra Cotta STO Premium System Due to the location of the development being at the corner of a prominent intersection 4110 of the City, the Planning Commission had concerns regarding the architecture of the retail building. The Commission approved the project with the stipulation that the 005 AGENDA DATE: MAY 13, 2008 PAGE 6 SUBJECT: TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714 AND SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10 IPapplicants explore enhancing the architecture with more articulation and a different color scheme. The applicant agreed to work with Staff on revising the design for the retail building and come back to the Commission for approval of the final design. The current elevations reflect the applicant's response to the Planning Commission's request for revised architecture of the retail building. The applicant is proposing a color scheme compatible with the CVS building and is using the same split-face block accenting around the building and on the columns. Fabric awnings and metal canopies will be used to create variety and movement and precast medallions are added to provide detail to the building. As originally requested by the Planning Commission, Staff recommends that the City Council approve the project with the following condition, "The applicant shall return with final elevations for the retail building to the Planning Commission for final review and approval of aesthetic consideration. The Planning Commission review and approval shall be noticed subject to the Brown Act" (Condition of Approval #8). I MULTI-TENANT RETAIL BUILDING 1 I MATERIAL COLOR MANUFACTURER Main Wall Compatible Cream Sherwin Williams Accent Wall Pale Yellow STO Premium Spilt-face Block Accent Auburn Angelus Block • Cornice 1 Fabric Awnings Terra Cotta STO Premium System Black To be determined I Metal Canopies Black To be determined Signs The applicant has included a conceptual sign program for the development. During the Planning Commission meeting, the applicant indicated that due to the topography of the site with the pad elevation of the retail and the CVS building being at least 10 feet below the street elevation, monument signs are necessary to easily identify the retail tenants. The sign program includes a 25-foot high pylon sign (35-foot maximum allowed) at the corner of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive, and two 7-foot high monument signs at each driveway entrance on Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive. The signs are located outside of the required clear-sight areas. Although the pylon sign is located at the intersection, it is placed at an angle and will not inhibit visibility into the project site. The Development Code allows for a maximum of one freestanding sign per lot, per frontage, and allows for an additional freestanding sign where it is separated from all other freestanding signs by at least 100 feet. The three proposed freestanding signs are in compliance with the Code in that there is only one sign per street frontage and the pylon sign at the corner of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive is located more than 100 feet from the other two signs. The colors and materials of the signs will match the architectural design of the buildings using split-face block detailing. Prior to tipinstallation of any signs, an application shall be submitted for review and approval by the Community Development Department (Condition of Approval #27). 006 AGENDA DATE: MAY 13, 2008 PAGE 7 SUBJECT: TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714 AND SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10 ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT: An Environmental review has been completed for the project pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines and the City of Chino Hills Local Procedures for Implementing CEQA and is recommended for approval. Although the proposed Project could have a significant effect on cultural resources, geology/soils, and traffic, there will not be a significant effect in this case because the mitigation measures described in the Initial Study have been added to the Project, which reduce these impacts to less than significant. The Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program was published and made available for public review on March 10, 2008. The comment period ended on March 31, 2008. Staff recommends the adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program. REVIEW BY OTHERS: The City Attorney and City Engineer have reviewed this report. FISCAL IMPACT: There is no fiscal impact associated with the approval of Tentative Parcel Map No. 1111 18714 and Site Plan Review 04SPR10, since this is a developer-funded project. Respectfully Submitted, Reco ended by: fop ,22,2 72 • ,A;y6,74, 4111141P i* • DouglaVQ. La Belle A-se ristine Kelly City Manager Community Development Director Attachments: 1. Resolution 2. Conditions of Approval 3. Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program 4. Exhibit "A" — Project Plans and Sign Program 5. Planning Commission Staff Report without the attachments 6. Planning Commission Minutes 7. Affidavit of Mailing 8. Notice of Public Hearing 8. Mailing List • 007 RESOLUTION NO. 08— A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS ADOPTING THE INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM AND APPROVING , TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714 AND SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10, A 13,020-SQUARE FOOT CVS PHARMACY AND AN 11,200-SQUARE FOOT MULTI- TENANT RETAIL BUILDING LOCATED AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF CHINO HILLS PARKWAY AND PEYTON DRIVE. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. The City Council does hereby make the following findings of fact: A. The Applicant, Tricor Southwest Corporation, 2062 Business Center Drive, Suite 115, Irvine, CA 92612, requested approval of Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 and Site Plan Review 04SPR10 for the construction of a 13,020-square foot, CVS Pharmacy with a drive-thru 41. and an 11,200-square foot, multi-tenant retail building. B. The site is located at the northwest corner of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive, and is legally described as Assessor's Parcel Numbers 1032-261-09 and 1032-261-10, as shown in the latest records of the Office of the Tax Assessor of the County of San Bernardino. C. The property has a General Plan designation of Commercial and is zoned C-N Neighborhood Commercial. D. An Initial Study for the proposed project was conducted by the City, independently reviewed and analyzed by the City, and based upon the Initial Study, in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA"), the State CEQA Guidelines, and the City of Chino Hills CEQA Guidelines, a Mitigated Negative Declaration and a Mitigation Monitoring Program are recommended for adoption by the City Council. E. The Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills held a duly noticed public hearing on April 1, 2008, and approved the project, subject to the architecture of the retail building being brought back to the Planning Commission, after enhancement to the elevations, for final approval. Of" F. The City Council appealed the Planning Commission decision to approve the project at its meeting on April 8, 2008. 008 1 OF 7 41011 G. The City Council of the City of Chino Hills held a duly noticed public hearing on May 13, 2008, to review and consider the staff report prepared for the project, receive public testimony, and review all correspondence received on the project. SECTION 2. Based upon oral and written testimony and other evidence received at the public hearings held for the project, and upon the studies and investigations made by the City Council and on its behalf, the City Council does hereby determine that the Initial Study has been prepared in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act of 1970, as amended, and the Guidelines promulgated thereunder, and further, pursuant to the provisions of Section 753.5 (c) Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations, the City Council finds as follows: in considering the record as a whole, the Initial Study and Mitigated Negative Declaration there is no evidence before this City Council that the proposed project will have potential for an adverse impact on wildlife resources or the habitat upon which wildlife depends. Further, based upon substantial evidence contained in the Mitigated Negative Declaration, the staff report and exhibits, and information provided to the City Council during the public hearing, the City Council hereby rebuts the presumption of adverse effect as set forth in Section 753.5 (C-1-d) of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations. SECTION 3. With regard to the request for approval of Tentative Parcel Map 41110 No. 18714, based upon oral and written testimony and other evidence received at the public hearing held for the project, and upon studies and investigations made by the City Council and on its behalf, the City Council does further find as follows: A. FINDING: The proposed subdivision, together with the provisions for its design and conceptual improvements, is consistent with the General Plan. FACT: The proposed project is located in an area designated on the General Plan Land Use map as Commercial, and is zoned C-N Neighborhood Commercial. The Commercial General Plan Land Use designation encourages neighborhood shopping centers that provide for sales of everyday convenience goods such as food, drugs, and personal services. The General Plan also encourages neighborhood shopping centers to be located at the intersection of major streets. The development is located at the intersection of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive, which is a major intersection in the City. In addition, the subdivision has been thoroughly reviewed through the CEQA Mitigated Negative Declaration and planning process, and were found by Staff to be consistent with the goals, policies, and objectives of 1111. the General Plan. 009 2 OF 7 • B. FINDING: The site is physically suitable for the type and proposed density of development. FACT: The site is zoned C-N Neighborhood Commercial which requires a minimum lot size of 10,000 square feet and lot widths and depths of 100 feet. Parcel 1 is 1.92 acres and Parcel 2 is 1.53 acres and both meet the minimum lot width and depth requirements. The development of the CVS Pharmacy and the multi-tenant retail building meet all required setbacks, building heights, landscaping, and parking requirements for the C-N zone. In addition, the surrounding properties have all been developed with compatible uses, including high-density residential apartments, a church/school, single-family residential, and commercial uses. C. FINDING: The design of the subdivision or the proposed conceptual improvements are not likely to cause substantial environmental damage or substantially or avoidably injure fish or wildlife or their habitat. FACT: A Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring IP Program has been prepared for the project, and it has been determined that the proposed conceptual improvements will not have a significant environmental impact or substantially or avoidably injure fish or wildlife or their habitat. The project site is currently vacant and has no fish or wildlife or their habitat. D. FINDING: The design of the subdivision or the proposed improvements are not likely to cause serious public health problems. FACT: The design of the parcel map, including improvements for access and utilities to serve the subdivision, have been reviewed by the City's Building and Safety Division, Engineering Department, and the Chino Valley Independent Fire District in accordance with health and safety standards. Therefore, the design of the parcels, including improvements, subject to the Conditions of Approval, will not likely cause serious public health problems. E. FINDING: The design of the subdivision or the type of improvements will not conflict with easements acquired by the public at OP large for access through or use of property within the proposed subdivision. 010 3 OF 7 FACT: There are no established public easements over the property in question. The proposed development will be accessed through driveways on Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive. F. FINDING: The design of the subdivision provides to the extent feasible, passive or natural heating and cooling opportunities. FACT: Natural heating and cooling opportunities will be considered during the construction plan check for the buildings proposed for the project. G. FINDING: The proposed subdivision of land, its design, density and type of development and improvements conform to the regulations of the Development Code and the regulations of any public agency having jurisdiction by law. FACT: The proposed subdivision is consistent with the C-N Neighborhood Commercial zone in that the parcels meet the minimum required lot size of 10,000 square feet, with minimum required lot dimensions of 100 feet x 100 feet. The proposed subdivision is also consistent with the Subdivision Map Act, the City of Chino Hills General Plan, and the City's J . Development Code. SECTION 4. With regard to the request for approval of Site Plan Review 04SPR10, based upon oral and written testimony and other evidence received at the public hearing held for the project, and upon studies and investigations made by the City Council and on its behalf, the City Council does further find as follows: A. FINDING: The proposed development plan is consistent with the General Plan. FACT: The proposed project site is identified as Commercial on the General Plan and is zoned Neighborhood Commercial (C-N), which allows pharmacy and retail uses. The proposed project is a typical commercial use proposed on a property that has a Commercial'land use designation. Approval of the proposed project furthers Major Goal 3 and Focused Goal 3- 1 of the General Plan of a "Diversified Economic Base", by providing "Commercial and service uses targeted to serve Chino Hills residents and shoppers from other cities". Therefore, the approval of Site Plan Review 04SPR10, subject to the attached Conditions of Approval is consistent with the General Plan. 4111 011 4 OF 7 Oil B. FINDING: The nature, condition, and development of the adjacent uses, buildings and structures have been considered, and the use will not adversely affect, or be materially detrimental to these adjacent uses, buildings, or structures. FACT: The proposed development is bordered by a mix of residential, institutional, and commercial properties. The property to the north of the project is zoned 1-1 Private Institutional and is developed with a church/school. East of the site is a proposed Walgreens with C-O Office Commercial zoning. To the west of the site is the Missions Apartments on RM-2 High Density Residential zoning, and south of the site is PD 26-149 with single- family residential homes. The proposed development incorporates landscaping buffers along all property lines to screen adjacent properties and uses. The development of a CVS Pharmacy and a multi-tenant retail building are appropriate uses for the site and is consistent with the uses permitted by the Development Code. The construction and operation of the project, subject to the Conditions of Approval, will not adversely 411. affect the surrounding properties and uses. C. FINDING: The site is of adequate size and shape to accommodate the use and proposed buildings. FACT: The total project site is 3.47 acres in size and is adequate to accommodate both the CVS Pharmacy-with a drive-thru and the multi-tenant retail building. Adequate parking and landscaping has been provided in accordance with the City of Chino Hills Development Code standards. Vehicular and pedestrian access to the site and interior circulation meet the City standards, while at the same time providing adequate access for emergency vehicles. All utilities have been designed to be located on site, with connections to larger systems such as sewer, water, and electricity, as appropriate. As such, the site adequately accommodates the proposed use and building. D. FINDING: The proposed use complies with all applicable development standards of the zoning district. FACT: The proposed use complies with all applicable zoning 410 development standards of the C-N Neighborhood Commercial zoning district. The minimum building 012 5 OF 7 0 setbacks have been met, and the proposed building height of the CVS Pharmacy is 29'-0", and the multi-tenant retail building height is 24'-0", which is well below the 35'-0" maximum. The project is providing 36% of landscaping which exceeds the 20% minimum landscaping requirement. On-site parking meets the minimum standards in that 133 spaces are provided and the drive aisles satisfy the requirements of the Development Code. E. FINDING: The proposed use observes the spirit and intent of the Development Code. FACT: The proposed project is consistent with the provisions of the Development Code for the City in that the project is a typical retail use proposed on property having a Commercial Land Use designation. The pharmacy and retail uses will serve the local area. In addition, the intent of the Development Code regarding the requirements for a Site Plan Review approval has been met. SECTION 5. The City Council of the City of Chino Hills does hereby adopt the Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program fipand approve Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 and Site Plan Review 04SPR10, subject to the findings included within this resolution and subject to the Conditions of Approval incorporated herein by reference. SECTION 6. The City Clerk shall certify to the adoption of this resolution. ADOPTED AND APPROVED this 13th day of May 2008. CURT HAGMAN, MAYOR ATTEST: MARY M. MCDUFFEE, CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO FORM: 4110 MARK HENSLEY, CITY ATTORNEY 013 6 OF 7 IDSTATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO ) ss. CITY OF CHINO HILLS ) I, MARY M. MCDUFFEE, City Clerk of the City of Chino Hills, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 08- was duly passed and adopted at a regular meeting of the City Council held on the day of May 2008, by the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS: 410 ABSTAIN: CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS: MARY M. MCDUFFEE CITY CLERK ill 014 7 OF 7 -14i-eo.:-. 40; CITY OF CHINO HILLS 0 ,ii,.***Y..1 Conditions of Approval - ,,,,-_ Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 ."'!:1 -----t, • ,,,-- Site Plan Review 04SPR10 -,Atii;•tv5v4.`;'a:•:7_,-,•- -C'fiY 01;4'°C;111`40-HILL CVS Pharmacy & Multi-tenant Retail Building Northwest Corner of Chino Hills Parkway & Peyton Drive GENERAL/ INFORMATIONAL/ON-GOING: 1. A. Te ntative Parcel Map No. 17812 shall become null and void: 1. Unless map recordation has taken place within thirty-six (36) months after approval of said Tentative Parcel Map. 2. Where circumstances beyond the control of the applicant cause delays which do not permit compliance with the time limitation established in this section, the Planning Commission may grant an extension of time for a period not to exceed an additional sixty (60) months. Applications for such extension of time must set forth in writing the reasons for this extension and shall be filed together with a fee as established by the City Council 411) with the Planning Division thirty (30) calendar days before the expiration of the Map. The applicant will be responsible for initiating any extension request. B. Site Pia n Review 05SPRO6 shall become null and void: 1. Unless substantial construction has taken place within thirty-six (36) months after approval of the site plan. 2. Where circumstances beyond the control of the applicant cause delays which do not permit compliance with the time limitation established in this section, the Planning Commission may grant an extension of time for a period not to exceed an additional twenty-four (24) months. Applications for such extension of time must set forth in writing the reasons for this extension and shall be filed together with a fee as established by the City Council with the Planning Division thirty (30) calendar days before the expiration of the Map. The applicant will be responsible for initiating any extension request 2. The applicant and its successors in interest shall indemnify, protect, defend (with legal counsel reasonably acceptable to the City), and hold harmless, the City, and any agency or instrumentality thereof, and its elected and appointed officials, IP officers, employees, and agents from and against any and all liabilities, claims, actions, causes of action, proceedings, suits, damages, judgments, liens, levies, costs, and expenses of whatever nature, including reasonable attorney's fees City of Chino Hills April 1, Oct Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 Conditions of Approval Site Plan Review 04SPR10 CVS Pharmacy & Multi-tenant Retail Building and disbursements (collectively "Claims") arising out of or in any way relating this project, any discretionary approvals granted by the City related to the development of the project, or the environmental review conducted under California Environmental Quality Act, Public Resources Code Section 21000 et seq., for the project. If the City Attorney is required to enforce any conditions of approval, all costs, including attorney's fees, shall be paid for by the applicant. 3. The applicant shall comply with requirements of all Federal, State, County, and local agencies as are applicable to this project. 4. The development of the project shall be in substantial compliance with the plans as approved by the City Council on May 13, 2008. 5. The applicant shall comply with the conditions in the transmittal from the Chino Valley Independent Fire District Permit #8322 (attached). 6. The development of the project shall comply with the Mitigation Monitoring Program adopted by the City Council on May 13, 2008. 0 7. If the property that is the subject of this Site Plan Review is at any point owned by different parties, each property owner shall be responsible to the City to complete all improvements or pay all fees required by the Site Plan. Nothing in this condition shall prevent the parties from assigning responsibility between themselves for these obligations. 8. The applicant shall return with final elevations for the retail building to the Planning Commission for final review and approval of aesthetic consideration. The Planning Commission review and approval shall be noticed subject to the Brown Act. 9. Construction hours shall be as follows: Construction shall be limited to the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturday, and shall be prohibited on Sundays and City listed Federal holidays in order to minimize disruption to existing residential neighborhoods. 10. Site maintenance, parking lot sweeping, and deliveries are limited between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. 11. The consumption of alcoholic beverages on the premises shall be prohibited. 0 The Applicant and/or operator of the project shall construct and post signage on the property in a manner that is visible to customers indicating, "Drinking of 0 1 6 City of Chino Hills 2 May 13, 2008 Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 Conditions of Approval Site Plan Review 04SPR10 CVS Pharmacy & Multi-tenant Retail Building Alcoholic Beverages is Prohibited on this Property," prior to Occupancy. The location, design, size, and wording of the sign shall be subject to review and approval by the Community Development Director or designee. 12. No advertising for cigarettes and/or alcoholic beverages shall be permitted onsite, or in windows of the CVS building or the retail building visible to the exterior. 13. The project shall comply with the City of Chino Hills Development Code and Title 24 for parking, including handicapped-accessible spaces and loading space. Parking stalls shall be a minimum of nine (9) feet wide and nineteen (19) feet long. An overhang of two feet is permitted for non-Title 24 parking spaces. 14. All roof-mounted equipment shall be architecturally screened from ground level view (from the parking area and adjacent public right-of-way by the parapet wall). All building drainage gutters, down spouts, vents, etc. shall be concealed from view within exterior walls or by the parapet wall. Ladders for roof access shall be mounted on the inside of the buildings. 111 15. The rooftops of all buildings shall be color coated to maintain a monochromatic appearance consistent with the primary building color. This shall include the entire roof surface area, vents, and mechanical equipment. 16. All utility, mechanical, and electrical equipment, including fire risers, shall be enclosed within the building. 17. All areas within the project site shall be maintained free of trash and debris. 18. The applicant, its authorized agent, or the operator of the project shall ensure that solid waste disposal services are provided by a City approved waste hauler. 19. The applicant shall provide receptacles (bins) for the collection of refuse and recyclable materials, as well as a hose bib for washing collection areas. The applicant shall provide adequate number of bins to allow for the collection of both refuse and recyclable materials generated by the project. 20. The dimensions of the refuse storage enclosure shall be of adequate size to accommodate containers consistent with the current methods of collection in the area in which the project is located. 21. Refuse bins provided for the project shall be provided with noncombustible lattice Ili cover and enclosed by a six (6) foot high masonry wall (split-face block or stucco coated precision block) with a decorative cap and solid view obstructing gates 017 City of Chino Hills 3 May 13, 2008 Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 Conditions of Approval Site Plan Review 04SPR10 40CVS Pharmacy & Multi-tenant Retail Building fitted with self-closing door devices, and be designed with cane bolts in front of the walls to secure the gates when in the open position. The gates should also be equipped with rod locks and corresponding rod holes in both the open and closed gate positions. Bins containing recyclable materials shall be provided protection from adverse environmental conditions, which might render the collection materials unmarketable. The applicant shall provide receptacles (bins) for the collection of refuse and recyclable materials, as well as a hose bib for washing collection areas. The applicant shall provide adequate number of bins to allow for the collection of both refuse and recyclable materials generated by the project. 22. The applicant shall provide enhanced pavement at the CVS building's main entry and driveway entrances. All ADA paths shall be striped in compliance with ADA requirements. 23. The Community Development Department shall file the Notice of Determination for this project. Within five (5) days of this approval, the applicant/Owner shall submit to the Community Development Department a check or money order in 111. the amount of$1,850.00, payable to the County Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. Proof of the fee payment will be required prior to the issuance of grading or building permits. 24. Noise emanating from the project shall not exceed the noise standards as listed in Chapter 16.48 of the City's Development Code. 25. Any graffiti shall be removed within twenty-four (24) hours of being reported. Further, the Applicant shall apply a coating to all perimeter walls that facilitates the removal of any graffiti. 26. Trust Deposit Accounts shall show no deficits. If the associated trust deposit account shows a negative balance the project construction shall cease, including inspections. PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF GRADING PERMITS: 27. A vector survey of the site shall be conducted by the West Valley Vector Control District (at the expense of the applicant/owner/developer). The results of the survey and a vector control plan shall be submitted to the Planning Division for review and approval. The plan shall be implemented in accordance with standards of the West Valley Vector Control District in order to reduce impacts to • surrounding properties. 018 City of Chino Hills 4 May 13, 2008 Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 Conditions of Approval Site Plan Review 04SPR10 0 CVS Pharmacy & Multi-tenant Retail Building 28. A qualified archaeological/vertebrate paleontological monitor shall be present during earthmoving activities to salvage cultural (archaeological/paleontological) resources. Arrangements to monitor grading and salvage cultural resources shall be made at a pre-grade meeting between the monitor, grading contractor, Planning project manager, and Building Official. The monitor shall have the authority to halt and redirect grading activities to allow removal of specimens. The monitor shall be responsible for specimen preparation, curation, and a report of findings according to the standards of the County Museum Curator of Earth Sciences submitted to the County Museum and the City. This requirement may be waived if the Curator of Earth Sciences for the San Bernardino County Museum states in writing that such monitoring is not warranted, or if it can be proven to the satisfaction of the Community Development Director that the monitoring is not warranted. PRIOR TO THE ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMITS: 29. The guardrail located to the north of the site shall be aesthetically compatible with the proposed development. Decorative materials and/or landscaping shall 410 be used to ensure compatibility. 30. Signs proposed for the project shall be in substantial compliance with the sign program as approved by the Planning Commission on April 1, 2008 and shall require a separate application and approval by the Director of Community Development or designee. 31. The applicant shall submit a photometric lighting plan for the exterior lighting of the project and be approved by the City's Lighting/Security Consultant. 32. Exterior lighting for the project and landscape accent lights shall be provided that complement the building architecture and shall be subject to review and approval by the Community Development Director or designee. 33. Exterior lighting for the project shall be designed to be confined to within the project site. Light spill on the property shall be zero foot-candles at the property line. Light shields shall be used to block light and reduce spill over light and glare as necessary. Prior to occupancy approval, the applicant shall schedule an evening inspection by the City to assure compliance of this requirement. 34. All landscape architecture documents, landscape construction, and landscape maintenance shall comply with the City of Chino Hills Landscaping and Lighting • Manual 1992 and the Chino Hills Municipal Code. 019 City of Chino Hills 5 May 13, 2008 Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 Conditions of Approval Site Plan Review 04SPR10 40 CVS Pharmacy & Multi-tenant Retail Building 35. A registered landscape architect, licensed by the State of California, shall design all landscape architecture documents. 36. Landscape plans, including landscaping for the keystone wall adjacent to the church/school site, shall be submitted to Landscape Development for review and approval. Conformance to the approved plans shall be confirmed by Landscape Development with a site visit and approval. PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY: 37. The roll-up door located on the east elevation of the CVS building shall be painted the same color as the wall/elevation where is located. 38. Prior to Occupancy of the first building, the applicant shall construct the following Caltrans required improvements: • Dual lanes for eastbound left turn lane at the intersection of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive and any associated striping improvements on 110 westbound Chino Hills Parkway necessary to provide smooth traffic transition. • Construct raised median on Chino Hills Parkway in front of property extending 200 feet to the west of the property. • Design driveway entrance from Chino Hills Parkway to be right-in/right-out and left-in. A Caltrans Encroachment Permit is required for off-site mitigation work consisting of raised center median and proposed driveway and sidewalk. 39. All required improvements shall be installed and deemed complete prior to occupancy. BUILDING AND SAFETY PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF ROUGH GRADING PERMIT 40. All walls and retaining structures necessary to complete the rough grading shall be submitted to the Building Division for review and approval prior to issuance of rough grading permit. do 41. The entire site shall be fenced off with a temporary chain link fencing with a green fabric backing. The fencing shall remain in place and shall be maintained 2 0 City of Chino Hills 6 May 13, 2008 Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 Conditions of Approval Site Plan Review 04SPR10 CVS Pharmacy & Multi-tenant Retail Building in good appearance until the project has been completed, or until such time as determined by the Building Official. PRIOR TO THE SUBMITTAL OF PRECISE GRADE /BUILDING PLANS: 42. Two approved, signed and wet stamped as graded soils reports, shall be submitted at the time of precise grade plan check submittal. No building plans will be accepted for structural/architectural plan review without an approved as graded soils report. 43. Certification of Rough Grade shall be submitted on approved City form. Rough Grading Permit shall be finaled. 44. All drainage shall be collected by on-site storm drains and deposited into an approved system as determined by the Building Official and City Engineer. 45. Precise Grading Plans shall comply with and incorporate all items of the approved Site Plan. Precise plans shall incorporate all site development for IP review, including access compliance, private storm drain, private sewer and private water, all easements, fire service line, site electrical, parking, trash enclosures, landscape areas, utility vaults, light standards, buildings, etc. 46. All roof drainage (except overflow) shall be collected by concealed roof drains and conducted under ground to on-site storm drains. No roof drainage shall flow over sidewalks or parking areas. 47. Plans shall incorporate all the requirements of the State of California 2007 Building, Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical and Fire Codes PRIOR TO THE ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMIT: 48. Certification of precise grade and compaction shall be submitted on approved City form. 49. All structures over 5,000 square feet shall be required an automatic fire sprinkler system. Automatic fire sprinkler systems shall comply with the 2007 California Building Code. 50. Plans shall incorporate any and all water conservation requirements contained within the City of Chino Hills Development Code and the Uniform Plumbing Code. III 0 1 City of Chino Hills 7 May 13, 2008 Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 Conditions of Approval Site Plan Review 04SPR10 goCVS Pharmacy & Multi-tenant Retail Building 51. Plans shall incorporate all the requirements of the State of California 2007 Building, Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical and Fire Codes PRIOR TO FOUNDATION INSPECTION: 52. Certification of building location and elevation, wet stamped and signed by the Civil Engineer of record shall be provided prior to foundation inspection. PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY: 53. All utilities and circulation elements necessary to serve the building shall be installed, and accepted prior to final inspection. 54. Sign offs from all applicable City Divisions/Departments and outside agencies shall be obtained prior to any final inspection or utility releases. 55. No tenant improvement permits shall be issued for individual lease areas until the shell building has received a final inspection, and shell occupancy approval. fli 56. All structures and on site improvements including but not limited to parking areas and walkways shall comply with all the requirements of the State of California 2007 Building, Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical and Fire Codes 57. No occupancy of any business shall be permitted until such time as the Certificate of Occupancy is issued for the subject use. This includes but is not limited to stocking, on site hiring of employees and/or employee training. 58. No public/employee access to the building will be allowed until the building has received a final inspection and occupancy approval. 59. All applicable planting, irrigation, walls, and improvements required prior to commencement of operation shall be installed. ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT GENERALJON-GOING: Grading 60. Grading of the subject property shall be in accordance with California Building 4110) Code, City Grading Standards, and accepted grading practices. The final grading plan shall be in substantial conformance with the approved conceptual grading plan. 022 City of Chino Hills 8 May 13, 2008 Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 Conditions of Approval Site Plan Review 04SPR10 0 CVS Pharmacy & Multi-tenant Retail Building 61. All cut and fill slopes shall: A. Not exceed a ratio of 2 horizontal to 1 vertical unless otherwise recommended by the engineering geologist and approved by the City Engineer and Building Official. Minimum setbacks from slopes shall conform to the Uniform Building Code. B. Be contour graded to blend with existing natural contours. C. Be part of the downhill lot when within or between individual lots. D. The toe and crest of all cut and fill slopes in excess of 5 feet vertical height, but not greater than 10 feet vertical height, shall be rounded with vertical curves. E. The toe and crest of any slope in excess of 10 feet vertical height shall be rounded with curves of radii of no less than 5 feet and designed in proportion to the total height of the slope. F. Comply with the slope undulation provisions of Chapter 9.91 of the Chino Hills Development Code. G. Incorporate recommendations in the approved geology and soils report. IP62. Erosion control devices shall be installed at all perimeter openings and slopes. No sediment shall leave the job site. All newly graded surfaces not immediately involved in construction shall have some method of erosion protection, i.e., mulching, fiber fabric, planting, or tackifier. 63. Water spraying or other approved methods shall be used during grading operations to control fugitive dust. Recycled water shall be used for grading operations whenever available. Dedications 64. A Final Map is required for the proposed division and shall be recorded with the County Recorder pursuant to the provisions of the Subdivision Map Act. This map must be prepared by a licensed land surveyor or a registered civil engineer. The Final Map shall be prepared in accordance with the City of Chino Hills "Final Map Standards for Subdivisions, Parcel Map and Tract Map", latest edition. This includes submittal of digitized CAD file of final map prior to map recordation. 65. Rights of way and easements shall be dedicated to the city for all interior public streets, community trails, public paseos, public landscape areas, street trees, traffic signal encroachment and maintenance, and public drainage facilities as ill shown on the plans and/or tentative map. Private easements for non-public facilities (cross lot drainage, local feeder trails, etc.) shall be reserved as shown on the plans and/or tentative map. 023 City of Chino Hills 9 May 13, 2008 Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 Conditions of Approval Site Plan Review 04SPR10 CVS Pharmacy & Multi-tenant Retail Building 66. The City must be provided easements for detention basin(s) for access and maintenance. Funding for maintenance shall be provided by the Developer / HOA and be approved by the City. 67. Vehicular access rights shall be dedicated to the City for the following streets, except for approved opening: PEYTON DRIVE and CHINO HILLS PARKWAY. 68. Reciprocal access easements shall be provided ensuring access to all parcels by Final Map, CC&R's or by Deeds recorded concurrently with the map or prior to issuance of building permits where no map is involved. 69. Additional street right-of-way shall be dedicated to the City for the right turn lane pockets on Peyton Drive as determined by the City Engineer. Street 70. All improvements within public right-of-way or private right-of-way shall be built to City Standards and in accordance with the current edition "Standard Specification 4111. for Public Works Construction" and the City of Chino Hills Development Code. All improvements within the public right-of-way shall be bonded in accordance with "Subdivision Map Act" prior to recordation of Final Map if the improvements are not finished prior to the recordation of the final map. All improvements shall bond for 100% of approved cost estimate to construct improvements and in accordance with the "Subdivision Agreement and Improvement Securities Policy" adopted by the City of Chino Hills unless constructed and approved prior to recordation of Final Map. Prior to Bond Release and/or Bond Reduction of the improvements and prior to acceptance of the improvements by the City, "As- Builts" for the improvements shall be submitted and approved by the City Engineer. 71. A thorough evaluation of any public street structural road section to include parkway improvements from a qualified soils engineer shall be submitted to the City Engineering Division for review during the construction of the public streets. This shall be submitted in a tabular form including street name, classification, and traffic index. 72. All public improvements (interior streets, drainage facilities, community trails, paseos, landscaped areas, etc.) shown on the plans and/or tentative map shall be constructed to City Standards. Interior improvements shall include, but are not limited to, curb & gutter, AC pavement, drive approaches, sidewalks, street lights and street trees. 41, 0 2 4 City of Chino Hills 10 May 13, 2008 Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 Conditions of Approval Site Plan Review 04SPR10 CVS Pharmacy & Multi-tenant Retail Building 73. In lieu fees shall be paid for "fair share" portion of median improvements for Peyton Drive. Fees shall be deposited with the City prior to issuance of building permit or final map recordation. Amount of share shall be 50% of approved Engineers Cost Estimate for median improvements. 74. The developer shall modify the existing traffic signal at Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive as necessary to accommodate the construction of the right turn pocket as conditioned. 75. Street improvement plans, including street trees, street lights, and intersection safety lights on future signal poles, and traffic signal plans shall be prepared by a registered Civil Engineer and shall be submitted and approved by the City Engineer. Security shall be posted and an agreement executed to the satisfaction of the City Engineer and the City Attorney guaranteeing completion of the public and/or private street improvements, prior to final map approval or issuance of building permits, whichever occurs first. 76. Prior to any work being performed in public right-of-way, inspection fees shall be 41111 paid and an encroachment permit issued by the Engineering Department in addition to any other permits required. 77. Developer shall provide for installation of low intensity, energy efficient street lights, per City of Chino Hills standards regarding light pole spacing and location. Developer shall be responsible for the costs of operation for a period of one year after energizing.. 78. The applicant shall coordinate with affected utility companies and obtain any permits as necessary for the development of this project. 79. Unless otherwise approved by the City, street improvements must be constructed by the Developer with the first phase of development. The Developer must install street name signs as part of the improvements. Street names must be approved by the Community Development Department and must be installed per City Standards. Developer must install all necessary traffic regulatory, guide, and warning signs as required by the City Engineer. These signs shall be part of a signing and striping plan, which shall be submitted for review and approval. 80. A permit shall be obtained from Caltrans for any work within the following right-of- way: CHINO HILLS PARKWAY 25 City of Chino Hills 11 May 13, 2008 Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 Conditions of Approval Site Plan Review 04SPR10 illCVS Pharmacy & Multi-tenant Retail Building Traffic 81. The applicant shall be responsible for paying the in-lieu fees for the fair share contribution of the final mitigation as identified in the final traffic impact study approved by the City Engineer. 82. A separate signing and striping plan shall be provided to address traffic signals including but not limited to, on-site stop signs, no parking areas and red curb. The proposed signing and striping shall be reviewed and approved by the City Traffic Engineer. _ Drainage 83. A final drainage study shall be submitted and approved by the City Engineer prior to the final map approval and / or the issuance of building permits, whichever occurs first. Study shall address drainage patterns, proposed drainage facilities, mitigation measures proposed for first flush and detention facilities, etc. 4. 84. Any post-development storm flows to be discharged into adjacent properties or into any city or county maintained storm drain system shall not exceed 100% of the unbulked undeveloped flows. 85. Storm drain systems shall be designed to convey 100-year storm flows off the project site in a manner approved by the City Engineer. Bonding 86. All public improvements shall bond for 100% of approved cost estimate to construct improvements and in accordance with the "Subdivision Agreement and Improvement Securities Policy" adopted by the City of Chino Hills unless constructed and approved prior to recordation of Final Map. 87. If the required public improvements are completed prior to recordation of the final map, a one (1) year warranty bond shall be posted in the amount of 25% of the approved engineer's cost estimate for all improvements. 88. Prior to Bond Release and/or Bond Reduction of the improvements and prior to acceptance of the improvements by the City, "As-Builts" for the improvements shall be submitted and approved by the City Engineer. I 0 2 6 City of Chino Hills 12 May 13, 2008 Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 Conditions of Approval Site Plan Review 04SPR10 so CVS Pharmacy & Multi-tenant Retail Building Utilities 89. Provide separate utility services to each parcel or lot including sewer, water, gas, electric power, including transformer, telephone and cable TV (all underground) in accordance with the utility provider standards. Easements will be provided where necessary. 90. The developer shall be responsible for the relocation of any existing utility necessary as a result of the development. 91. Developer shall underground all existing overhead utilities (Telephone, Cable TV, and Edison under 34.5 KV) across the project frontage. 92. Any wells on the property or similar structures that might result in contamination of underground waters shall be abandoned in a manner approved by the Department of Environmental Health Services (DEHS). Sewer - Domestic Water - Recycled Water OP 93. Design, installation, materials and location of water and sewer improvements must meet the City's standard procedures and requirements, specifications, and AWWA guidelines for the design and construction of water, recycled water, and wastewater facilities. 94. Water, recycled water, and sewer mains must have a minimum horizontal separation of 10 feet unless otherwise approved by the City Engineer. 95. All water meters shall be located within the public right-of way unless otherwise approved by the City. Public easements shall be required for any meter installed outside of public right-of-way. Recorded documents must be submitted to the City prior to occupancy release. 96. All fire hydrants shall be installed per City standards with location and fire flow requirements as determined by the Chino Valley Independent Fire District. 97. Sewage disposal system shall be connected to the City of Chino Hills public sewer system. Developer shall notify city staff two (2) working days prior to connection to public system and no connection shall be made without the presence of city staff. 98. A digitized drawing file of the improvement plans, in a City's compatible CAD 0 system, shall be submitted along with original Mylars. 027 City of Chino Hills 13 May 13, 2008 Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 Conditions of Approval Site Plan Review 04SPR10 CVS Pharmacy & Multi-tenant Retail Building PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF GRADING PERMIT 99. A grading plan with existing topography shown at one-foot contour intervals shall be prepared by a registered Civil Engineer and shall be submitted to and approved by the Engineering Division. Plan shall comply with the provisions of Appendix Chapter 33 UBC and Chino Hills Development Code and shall delineate the alignment and grade of the proposed roads designed to City Standards. 100. Developer shall submit a Final Water Quality Management Plan for review and approval by the City Engineer. WQMP shall be prepared in accordance with the guidelines established by the California Stormwater Quality Association (CASQA). 101. Developer shall provide a copy of the Notice of Intent (N01) and the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) filed with the State of California for the subject project prior to the issuance of any grading permit. 102. An erosion and sediment control plan and permit complying with the UBC and City of Chino Hills Development Code shall be submitted to and approved by the Engineering Department prior to any land disturbance. Plans are to be submitted prior to or with the grading plans. 103. A soils report shall be prepared by a qualified engineer licensed by the State of California to perform such work. The soils report shall be reviewed and approved by the City's Soils Consultant prior to issuance of grading permit. 104. A geological report shall be prepared by a qualified engineer or geologist and submitted at the time of application for grading plan check. The geological report shall be reviewed and approved by the City's Geological Consultant prior to issuance of grading permit. 105. A grading performance bond shall be required for this project. The amount of the performance bond shall not be less than one hundred percent (100%) of the total estimated cost of said grading work as determined by the Engineering Department. The City Attorney must approve the performance bond. PRIOR TO RECORDATION OF FINAL MAP 106. A Monumentation cash deposit is required prior to recordation of the final map. The City Engineer will determine this deposit. The refundable deposit is to guarantee the installation of centerline ties and to ensure payment to the surveyor of record. City of Chino Hills 14 02 8 May 13, 2008 Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 Conditions of Approval Site Plan Review 04SPR10 . CVS Pharmacy & Multi-tenant Retail Building 107. Traffic Fair Share costs will be determined by the City's Traffic Engineer and will be due prior to recordation. 108. The Tract Map shall be prepared in accordance with the City of Chino Hills "Final Map Standards for Subdivisions, Parcel Map and Tract Map", latest edition. This includes submittal of digitized CAD file of final map prior to map recordation. 109. All public improvements shall bond for 100% of approved cost estimate to construct improvements and in accordance with the "Subdivision Agreement and Improvement Securities Policy" adopted by the City of Chino Hills unless constructed and approved prior to recordation of Final Map. 110. In lieu fees shall be paid for "fair share" portion of median improvements for Peyton Drive. Fees shall be deposited with the City prior to final map recordation. Amount of share shall be 50% of approved Engineers Cost Estimate for median improvements. 0 PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMITS 111. The final grading, appropriate certifications and compaction reports shall be completed, submitted and approved by the Engineering Department prior to the issuance of building permits. 112. The developer shall submit "Non-interference" letters to the City, from any utility company that may have rights or easements within the property boundaries. 113. The Composite Development Plans shall be approved and on file with the City. PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY 114. Prior to occupancy, the applicant shall re-stripe Carbon Canyon Road at Chino Hills Parkway to provide two dedicated right turn lanes and one shared left turn lane, unless prior to issuance of building permits, the applicant submits a traffic study acceptable to the City Engineer and reviewed by Caltrans demonstrating that existing conditions do not warrant the re-striping. 115. Prior to Bond Release and/or Bond Reduction of the improvements and prior to acceptance of the improvements by the City, the developer shall provide for City approval "Record Drawing" for all improvements. el116. Developer shall provide certifications for all public and private backflow devices installed as part of the development. 0 2 9 City of Chino Hills 15 May 13, 2008 Y INDBoard of Directors FA Ed Gray • i yo Chino Valley Fire District Ray Marquezidnt j = -41 Vice President .nM ;x • • ` 2005 Grand Avenue John DeMonaco '�`j9 Chino Hills,CA 91709 James S.Espinosa \ DIST'- (909)902-5260 Administration Tina Revane (909)902-5280 Fire Prevention Fire Chief (909)902-5250 Fax Paul L.Benson chinovalleyfire.org ;print FIRE PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS t recommendation of the Chino Valley Fire District that the developer of every new construction project facilitate a pre- ruction meeting. The meeting is to be scheduled with the Deputy Fire Marshal. Attendees of the meeting shall include a District representative,the Developer, and the General Contractor. :ollowing are the Fire District conditions of this development. Questions regarding plan review fees,plan routing xlures, or the status of your plans can be answered by calling Alma Nielsen at(909) 902-5280, extension 225. .tions egarding these requirements can be answered by calling Deputy Fire Marshal Danielle Barnes at 80, extension 224. m 8322 Section 4-1090 Project Name CVS PHARMACY Jing Address: NWC CHINO HILLS/PEYTON . . #: 04SPR10&04CUP 12 Type of Development Commercial ity#: APN 1032-261-09& 10 t#: TPM 18714 licant: TRICOR SOUTHWEST CORPORATION ress: 2062 BUSINESS CENTER DR STE 115 ,State,Zip: IRVINE, CA 92612 �e#: (949)660-0611 ign Engineer: cress: ',State,Zip: ne#: licable Fire Protection Standards are: 3, 110, Ill, 114, 117, 121, 122, 124, 128, 133, 141, 143 R ed Fire Flow for this project is: 3000 G.P.M. @ 20 P.S.I. Residual Pressure, 3 Hour Duration. Page 1 of 4 030 410° reprint :rmit# 8322 FIRE DISTRICT CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL )ove-referenced project is in the jurisdiction of the Chino Valley Independent Fire District. Prior to any uction occurring on any parcel,the applicant shall contact the Fire District for verification of current fire tion development requirements. Zodification, change of use, or tenant improvement to any occupancy shall be submitted to the Fire Prevention .on for approval prior to any work being done. rw construction shall comply with the Uniform Fire Code, 2000 Edition, and the California Fire Code,2001 In(as adopted by the Chino Valley Independent Fire District); and all applicable statues, codes,ordinances ire District Standards. quired permits shall be obtained and fees paid as specified in the Uniform Fire Code, Section 105 and the a Fire District Fee Schedule Ordinance. .0 THE ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDTIIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO RECORDATION: .sire access roads shall be designed and plans submitted to the Fire Prevention Division for approval. Fire access roads shall be provided with an all weather surface and a minimum unobstructed paved width of 26 feet(26'). The road grade shall not exceed twelve percent(12%)maximum. An approved turn around shall be provided at the end of each roadway in excess of one-hundred, fifty feet(150)in length. Cul-de- sac length shall not exceed 600'. Fire District Standard No. 111 shall be complied with. ..2 Access drives which cross property lines shall be provided with CC &R's, access easements or reciprocating agreements and shall be recorded on the titles of affected properties. Copies of the recorded documents shall be provided at the time of Fire District plan review. 1.3 The development and each phase shall have two(2)points of vehicular access. Fire District Standard No. 111 shall be complied with. 1.4 Water systems shall be designed to meet the required fire flow of this development and be approved by the Fire Prevention Division. Buildings in excess of 100,000 square feet shall have a minimum of two(2) connections to a public main. The developer shall furnish the Fire Prevention Division with three(3) copies of the water system working plans done by the installing contractor for approval, along with the Fire Flow Availability Form completed by the water purveyor prior to recordation. The required fire flow shall be determined by using the California Fire Code, current adopted edition. In areas without water- serving utilities, fire protection water systems chall be based on NFPA Pamphlet 1231. Fire District Standard Nos. 101, 102, and 103 shall be complied with. For water connections and work conducted in the public right of way,please refer to separate plans reviewed and approved by the water purveyor. • Page 2 of 4 031 • 411011 reprint Permit:8322 Underground fire mains which cross property lines shall be provided with CC &R's,easements, or reciprocating agreements addressing the use and maintenance of the mains and hydrants and shall be recorded on the titles of affected properties. In the event the project includes a fire water pump that is shared by more than one parcel, applicant shall provide CC&R's recorded against each parcel that address the maintenance and operation of the fire water pump to the satisfaction of the Chino Valley independent fire District. Copies of the recorded documents shall be provided at the time of Fire District plan review. Fire hydrants shall be six inch(6")diameter with a minimum one four inch(4")and one two and one-half inch(2-1/2")connections. The hydrant type shall be approved by the Fire Prevention Division. All fire hydrants shall be spaced three hundred feet(300') apart maximum. Single family resident hydrant spacing is six hundred feet(600') apart maximum. Private water systems shall comply with Fire District Standard Nos. 101, 102, and 114. All hydrants shall be installed with pavement markers to identify their locations. ) THE ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMIT: 1 Fire access roads shall be constructed and approved by the Fire Prevention Division prior to combustibles being broiled onto the site. 2 proved street signs shall be installed prior to issuance of building permits. 3 Fire Protection water systems shall be tested,operational,and approved by the Fire Prevention Division prior to combustible materials being brought to the site. .5 All flammable vegetation shall be removed from each building site for a minimum distance of thirty feet (30')from any flammable building material including all structures. .6 A detailed site plan of the development is required to submitted in electronic(.dwg) format.The plan must show and be limited to:locations of property lines,buildings, and equipment and hazards for emergency response purposes. Please refer to Fire District Standard No. 143. .0 THE ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR . TO OCCUPANCY: .1 An automatic protection fire sprinkler system is required. This system shall comply with NFPA Standard No. 13 and Fire District Standard No. 110. Three(3)sets of detailed plans along with hydraulic calculations and material specifications shall be submitted to the Fire Prevention Division.The system hall be installed,tested and approved prior to system final. Fire sprinkler systems shall be installed by a licensed C-16 contractor. 41110 Page 3 of 4 032 reprint Permit:8322 An automatic fire alarm system or fire sprinkler monitoring system is required. Three(3)sets of detailed plans shall be submitted showing the design,system components,signaling devices,fire alarm power supply,control panel and auxiiary devices and functions of the alarm system. Please refer to Fire District Standard No. 133 and current adopted editions of the California Building Code,as well as NFPA Standard 72. Hand-held portable fire extinguishers are required to be installed. The location,type and cabinet design shall be approved by the Fire Prevention Division. Please refer to Fire District Standard No. 128. "No Parking-Fire Lane" signs shall be installed in interior access drives at locations designated by the Fire Prevention Division. Curbs shall be painted red at locations designated by the Fire Prevention Division. Please refer to Fire District Standard No. 121. 3 An approved recessed Fire Department"KNOX"brand key box is required. The key box shall be located at or near the main entrance(s), and shall be provided with a tamper switch and shall be monitored by an approved central station monitoring service. Please refer to Fire District Standard No. 117. 7 Commercial,industrial,and multi-family building addresses shall be posted with a minimum eight inch 411Cumbers, visible from the street and during the hours of darkness they shall be internally or externally cally illuminated. Posted numbers shalt contrast with the background used and be legible from the street. Where building set back exceeds 100 feet from the roadway, additional non-illuminated six inch(6") numbers shall be displayed at the property access entrance. These numbers shall also contrast with the background used. Fire District Standard No. 122 must be complied with. SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR THIS PROJECT ARE: 1. Prior to construction and concurrent with the application to the City's Building Department for any building permits,three sets of plans shall be submitted SEPARATELY to the Fire District for review, approval and permit. Approved plans must be maintained at the worksite during construction. Fees are due at time of submittal. 1110 Page 4of 4 033 Notice of Intent to Adopt 01 01,40 HILLSA Mitigated Negative Declaration Document Type: Mitigated Negative Declaration Date: March 7, 2008 Project Title: CVS Pharmacy Center—File number Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 and Site Plan Review 04SPR10 Project Location: Northwest corner of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive APN 1032-261-09, 10 Project Description: A request from Tricor Southwest Corporation, for approval of a Tentative Parcel Map and a Site Plan Review for the construction of a 13,020- square foot, CVS Pharmacy with a drive-thru, and an 11,200-square foot multi-tenant retail building on a 3.47-acre site located at the 4110 northwest corner of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive. Lead Agency: City of Chino Hills, 2001 Grand Avenue, Chino Hills, CA 91709-4869 Contact Person(s): Betty Donavanik, Senior Planner Telephone: 909-364-2777 Facsimile: 909-364-2795 E-Mail: bdonavanik©chinohilis.org Document Availability: The proposed environmental document is available at the James S. Thalman Chino Hills Branch Library at 2003 Grand Avenue through the review period from March 10, 2008 through March 31, 2008. The project application and environmental document is also available at the City of Chino Hills Community Development Department at 2001, Grand Avenue, Chino Hills, CA beginning on March 10, 2008 through March 31, 2008, during the following hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and Tuesday from 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.. Public Review Period: Starts: March 10, 2008 Ends: March 31, 2008 Public Hearing/Meeting: The City of Chino Hills Planning Commission is tentatively scheduled to consider this Project on October 16, 2007, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at the China Hills Civic Center located at 2001 Grand Avenue, Chino Hills, CA 91709-4869. Anyone interested in the proposed Mitigated Negative Declaration or the project itself is invited to attend the public hearing and/or comment by written response on or before April 1, 2008 Signature: — --- �- 0 3 4 Betty Donavanik, Senior Planner /:*;*7*" CITY OF CHINO HILLS "' INITIAL STUDY °`' FOR CVS PHARMACY CENTER ..-.Try OF TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714 SCO"'O'!'" �91 SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10 4110 March 7, 2008 City of Chino Hills, 2001 Grand Avenue Chino Hills, California 91709-4869 Betty Donavanik, Project Manager (909) 364-2777 035 4110 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page No. Executive Summary 1 1. Introduction 1 2. Evaluation of Environmental Impacts ,2 3. Environmental Determination 3 4. General Information 3 5. Environmental Analysis Checklist 5 6. Explanation of Environmental Checklist 16 7. Mitigation Monitoring Program Reference 30 B. Incorporation by Reference ...30 9. List of Preparers ,33 10. Site Plan (Exhibit"A') 34 11. Mitigation Monitoring Program (Exhibit "B") 35 III • 036 4110 CITY OF CHINO HILLS INITIAL STUDY FOR CVS PHARMACY CENTER TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714 SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10 - -- - — - ----- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This Initial Study assesses the potential environmental impacts of the CVS Pharmacy (the Project), a proposed development of approximately 24,220 square feet of retail space on a 3.47- acre site that is located on the northwest corner of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive. The retail space consists of a 13,020-square foot single-story building proposed for a CVS Pharmacy Center and an 11,200-square foot single-story multi-tenant retail building. The environmental assessment includes all phases of Project planning, implementation, and operation. The Project Site Plan is attached in Exhibit A. This Initial Study finds that there is no substantial evidence that the Project would have a significant effect on the environment with incorporation of the mitigation measures (See Exhibit B). This Initial Study provides the information and analysis that was relied upon by the City's 4 111c ning Commission in making its finding that, through adherence to City standards and .t ices and through imposition of the mitigation measures as shown in Exhibit B, the Project's potential environmental impacts have been reduced to a less than significant level. Based on this finding, a Mitigated Negative Declaration is being recommended for adoption by the Planning Commission along with the establishment of a Mitigation Monitoring Program. 1. INTRODUCTION Purpose and Scope This Initial Study serves as the environmental review of the proposed Project, as required by the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), Public Resources Code Section 21000 et seq., the State CEQA Guidelines, and the City of Chino Hills Local Guidelines for Implementing CEQA. The proposed Project is the CVS Pharmacy Center as described above. In accordance with Section 15063 of the State CEQA Guidelines, the City is required to prepare an Initial Study to determine if the Project may have a significant effect on the environment. This Initial Study is intended to be an informational document providing the Planning Commission, other public agencies, and the general public with an objective assessment of the potential environmental impacts that could result from the implementation of the Project. Incorporation by Reference This Initial Study for the CVS Pharmacy Center is based in part on the information and analysis eintained in other environmental and planning documents. These documents are hereby orporated by reference in their entirety into this Initial Study, as authorized by Section 15150 of the State CEQA Guidelines. All of the documents incorporated by reference are listed in Section 8 of this Initial Study. 037 - -- .. March 7.2008 11111 2. EVALUATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS An Environmental Checklist Form (Form) has been used to evaluate the potential environmental impacts associated with the proposed Project. The Form has been prepared by the Resources Agency of California to assist local governmental agencies, such as the City of Chino Hills, in complying with the requirements of the Statutes and Guidelines for implementing the California Environmental Quality Act. The environmental factors checked below would be potentially affected by this project as indicated by the checklist on the following pages. °Aesthetics OHydrology/Water Quality °Public Services °Agriculture Resources °Hazards & Hazardous °Recreation Materials °Air Quality OLand Use and Planning El Transportation/Traffic °Biological Resources °Mineral Resources OUtilities/Service Systems ®Cultural Resources ONoise °Mandatory Findings of Significance ®Geology/Soils OPopulation/Housing In the Form, a series of questions are asked about the Project for each of the above-listed ironmental factors. A brief explanation is then provided for each question on the Form. re are four possible responses to each question: a. Potentially Significant Impact This response is used when the Project has the potential to have an effect on the environment that is considered to be significant and adverse. b. Potentially Significant Unless Mitigation Incorporated. This response is used when the Project has the potential to have a significant impact, which is not expected to occur because: , (A) Mitigation measures have been incorporated into the Project design in order to reduce the impact to a less than significant level; or, (B) Adherence to existing policies, regulations, and/or design standards would reduce the . impact of the project to a less than significant level. c. Less Than Significant Impact. This response is used when the potential environmental impact of the Project is determined to be below known or measurable thresholds of significance and thus would not require mitigation. 111 No Impact This response is used when the proposed Project does not have any measurable impact. 038 --- --- --------- _- •1......1.7 lnr,q IP 3. ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION On the basis of this initial evaluation, I find that: 0 The proposed Project could not have a significant effect on the environment, and a Negative Declaration will be prepared. Ed Although the proposed Project could have a significant effect on the environment, there will not be a significant effect in this case because the mitigation measures described on an attached sheet (Exhibit B) have been added to the Project. A Mitigated Negative Declaration will be prepared. O The proposed Project may have a significant effect on the environment, and an Environmental Impact Report is required. o The proposed Project may have a potentially significant impact or a potentially significant impact, unless mitigation is incorporated, but at least one of the impacts has been: 1) adequately analyzed in an earlier document pursuant to applicable legal standards and 2) addressed by mitigation measures based on the earlier analysis as described on the attached sheets: An Environmental Impact Report is required, but it is to analyze only those impacts that have not already been addressed. Although the proposed Project could have a significant effect on the environment, cause all potentially significant effects (a) have been analyzed adequately in an earlier Environmental Impact Report (EIR) or in a Negative Declaration pursuant to applicable legal standards, and (b) have been avoided or mitigated pursuant to that earlier EIR or Negative Declaration, including revisions or mitigation measures that,are imposed upon the proposed Project, nothing further is required. Approved for distrib i'• ,-•y: P , Signatur - moor". Christine Kelly, Community Development Director Prepared by: Betty Donavanik, Senior Planner Date: March 7, 2008 Public Review: March 10, 2008 through March 31, 2008 4. GENERAL INFORMATION Project Title: CVS Pharmacy Center (Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 and Site Plan Review 04SPR10) Illoposal: A proposed development of approximately 24,220 square feet of retail space on a 3.47-acre site that is located on the northwest corner of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive. The retail space consists of a 13,020- square foot single-story building proposed for a CVS Pharmacy and an 11,200-square foot single-story multi-tenant retail building. The 039 DeWitt.3 March 7,2008 • environmental assessment includes all phases of Project planning, implementation, and operation. The Project Site Plan is attached in Exhibit A. Owner/Applicant Tricor Southwest Corporation 2062 Business Center Drive, Suite 115 Irvine, CA 92612 Project Description: This Project involves site development of a pharmacy and multi-tenant retail building and the related parking, circulation, and landscaping, and installation of on-site utilities to serve the development. Approvals Required:In order to complete the Project and to authorize construction of improvements that are required for the development, the Planning Commission would need to take the following actions: • Approval of a Mitigated Negative Declaration; • Approval of a Mitigation Monitoring Program/Plan; • Approval of Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714; • Approval of Site Plan Review 04SPR10. • After these actions have been taken, a grading permit and related site development permits must be obtained prior to constructing the Project. Location: The Project is located at the northwest corner of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive Site Size: Approximately 3.47 acres. APN: 1032-261-09,10 Lead Agency Staff: Betty Donavanik, Senior Planner(909) 364-2777 Project Site Existing Site Conditions: The Project site consists of 3.47 acres of previously developed vacant land. Based on a field reconnaissance, there are several trees on the east-central portion of the site and an unmaintained asphalt parking lot on the eastern portion of the site. There are no structures on the site. General Plan Designation: Commercial Zoning Designation: C-N— Neighborhood Commercial •roufldifl Properties The existing use, the General Plan designation, and Zoning of the properties surrounding the Project site are listed below: 040 • MArh 7. 2008 Existing Use General Plan Zoning Designation North Church/School Institutional InstitutionaVPrivate (I-I) South Single-family residential High Density Residential PD 26-149 East Proposed site for Walgreens Commercial_ Office Commercial (C-0) • West Multi-family residential High Density Residential High Density Residential (RM-2) 5. ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS CHECKLIST -- — -- — Potentially Significant Potentially Unless Less Than Significant Mitigation Significant No Impact Incorporated impact Impact A,ESTHETICS. Would the Project: a) Have a substantial adverse effect 0 0 0 0 on a scenic vista? b) Substantially damage scenic ❑ ❑ ❑ 0 resources, including but not limited to, trees, rock outcroppings, and historic buildings within a state scenic highway? c) Substantially degrade the existing 0 ❑ 0 ❑ visual character or quality of the site and its surroundings? d) Create a new source of 0 0 0 ❑ substantial light or glare which • would adversely affect day or nighttime views in the area? II. AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES. • Would the Project a) Convert Prime Farmland, Unique ❑ ❑ ❑ 0 Farmland, or Farmland of Statewide Importance (Farmland), as shown on the maps prepared pursuant to the Farmland Mapping and Monitoring Program of the • California Resources Agency, to non-agricultural use? b) Conflict with existing zoning for 0 ❑ ❑ 0 agricultural use, or a Williamson Act contract? 041 c o.....1.7 71101St 1111 _ _ _ _ Potentially Significant Potentially Unless Less Than Significant Mitigation Significant No Impact Incorporated Impact Impact c) Involve other changes in the 0 0 ❑ Ea existing environment which, due to their location or nature, could result in conversion of Farmland to non-agricultural use? _ _ _ III. AIR QUALITY. Would the Project a) Conflict with or obstruct 0 ❑ ❑ implementation of the applicable air quality plan? b) Violate any air quality standard or ❑ 0 ® ❑ contribute to an existing or projected air quality violation? c) Result in a cumulatively 0 ❑ 0 ❑ considerable net increase of any criteria pollutant for which the 40 region is non-attainment under an applicable federal or state ambient air quality standard (including releasing emissions that exceed quantitative thresholds for ozone precursors)? d) Expose sensitive receptors to ❑ ❑ Fa ❑ substantial pollutant concentrations? e) Create objectionable odors ❑ 0 H ❑ affecting a substantial number of _ aeople? IV. BIOLOGICAL RESOURCES. a Would the Project: a) Have a substantial adverse ❑ ❑ ❑ effect, either directly or through habitat modification, on any species identified as candidate, sensitive or special status species in local or regional plans, policies or regulations, or by the California Department of Fish and Game or U.S. Fish and Wildlife? b) Have a substantial adverse effect 0 0 ❑1110 on any riparian habitat or other sensitive natural community identified in local or regional plans, policies or regulations, or by the California Department of Fish and Game or U.S. Fish and Wildlife? 0 4 2 411. _y _ — -- Potentially Significant Potentially Unless Less Than Significant Mitigation Significant No Impact Incorporated Impact Impact c) Have a substantial adverse effect 0 0 0 Fa on federally protected wetlands as defined by Section 404 of the Clean Water Act (including but not limited to marsh, vernal pool, coastal, etc.)through direct removal, filling hydrological interruption, or other means? d) Interfere substantially with the 0 0 0 Ed movement of any native resident or migratory fish or wildlife species or with established native resident or migratory wildlife corridors, or impede the use of native wildlife nursery sites? e) Conflict with any local policies or 0 ❑ ❑ • ordinances protecting biological resources, such as a tree preservation policy or ordinance? f) Conflict with the provisions of an 0 0 ❑ Fa adopted Habitat Conservation Plan, Natural Conservancy Conservation Plan, or other approved local, regional, or state habitat conservation plan? ___ ____ ___ _ V. CULTURAL RESOURCES. Would the Project a) Cause a substantial adverse ❑ ❑ ❑ 0 change in the significant of a historical resource as defined in §15064.5? b) Cause a substantial adverse ❑ ® ❑ ❑ change in the significant of an archaeological resource pursuant to §15064.5? c) Directly or indirectly destroy a 0 0 ❑ ❑ unique paleontological resource or site or unique geologic feature? d) Disturb any human remains ❑ ® Cl a • including those interred outside of formal cemeteries? VI. GEOLOGY AND SOILS. Would the Project: a) Expose people or structures to 0 0 ® 0 potential substantial adverse 0 4 3 ,- -- -- --- - ..e...14 7 ,rM _ —_- — -- Potentially Significant Potentially Unless Less Than Significant Mitigation Significant No impact Incorporated Impact Impact effects, including the risk of loss, injury, or death involving: i) Rupture of a known earthquake fault, as delineated on the most recent Alquist-Priolo Earthquake Fault Zoning Map issued by the State Geologist for the area or based on other substantial evidence of a known fault? Refer to Division of Mines and Geology Special Publication 42. ii) Strong seismic ground shaking? • iii) Seismic-related ground failure, including liquefaction? flpiv) Landslides? b) Result in substantial soil erosion 0 0 ® 0 or the loss of topsoil? c) Be located on a geologic unit or ❑ ❑ ® 0 soil that is unstable, or that would become unstable as a result of the Project, and potentially result in on-or off-site landslide, lateral spreading, subsidence, liquefaction or collapse? d) Be located on expansive soil, as ❑ ® 0 0 defined in Table 18-1-B of the Uniform Building Code, creating substantial risks to life or property? e) Have soils incapable of ❑ ❑ ❑ 10 adequately supporting the use of septic tanks or alternative wastewater disposal systems if sewers are not available? __ __ ______,�_ VII. HAZARDS AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS. Would the Project: a) Create a significant hazard to the 0 ❑ ® 0 public or the environment through the routine transport, use, or 411Pdisposal of hazardous materials? b) Create a significant hazard to the 0 ❑ 0 ❑ public or the environment through reasonably foreseeable upset and accident conditions involving the release of hazardous 0 4 4 March 7,2008 41111, _ — -- Potentially Significant Potentially Unless Less Than Significant Mitigation Significant No Impact Incorporated Impact Impact materials into the environment? c) Emit hazardous emissions or 0 ❑ ❑ handle hazardous or acutely hazardous materials, substances, or waste within one-quarter mile of an existing or proposed school? • d) Be located on a site included on 0 ❑ ❑ Ea the list of hazardous materials sites compiled per Government Code Section 65962.5 and, as a result, would it create a significant hazard to the public or the environment? e) For a project located within an 0 ❑ ❑ airport land use plan or, where such a plan has not been adopted, within two miles of a public airport or public use airport, would it result in a safety hazard for people residing or working in the project area? f) For a Project within the vicinity of ❑ ❑ ❑ a private airstrip, would the Project result in a safety hazard for people residing or working in the area? g) Impair implementation of, or ❑ ❑ ❑ Bi physically interfere with, an adopted emergency response plan or emergency evacuation plan? h) Expose people or structures to a 0 ❑ ❑ El significant risk of loss, injury or death involving wildland fires, including where wildiands are adjacent to urbanized areas or where residences are intermixed . with wildlands? —VIII.—HYDROLOGY AND WATER allUALITY. Would the Project: a) Violate any water quality 0 ❑ ® ❑ standards or waste discharge requirements? b) Substantially deplete ❑ ❑ ® 0 groundwater supplies or interfere 0 4 J - U,rrh 7. 2008 _ _ — -- - Potentially- - Significant Potentially Unless Less Than Significant Mitigation Significant No Impact Incorporated Impact Impact substantially with groundwater recharge such that there would be a net deficit in aquifer volume or a lowering of the local groundwater table level (e.g., the production rate of pre-existing nearby wells would drop to a level which would not support existing or planned land uses for which permits have been granted)? c) Substantially atter the existing ❑ ❑ H ❑ drainage pattern of the site or area, including alteration of the course of a stream or river, in a manner which would result in substantial erosion or siltation on- or off-site? Substantially Substanstantially alter the existing 0 0 0 ❑ drainage pattern of the site or area, including through the alteration of the course of a stream or river, or substantially increase the rate or amount of surface runoff in such a way as to result in flooding either on-site or off-site? e) Create or contribute runoff water 0 ❑ ® ❑ exceeding the capacity of existing or planned storm water drainage systems or provide substantial additional sources of polluted runoff? f) Otherwise substantially degrade 0 0 ® ❑ water quality? g) Place housing within a 100-year 0 0 ❑ Ea flood hazard area as mapped on a federal Flood Hazard Boundary or Flood Insurance Rate Map or other flood hazard delineation map? h) Place within a 100-year flood 0 ❑ D hazard area structures which would impede or redirect flood flows? i) Expose people or structures to a ❑ 0 0 significant risk of loss, injury or 0 4 6 IAornh 7 9(108 - — — _ - Potentially - - Significant Potentially Unless Less Than Significant Mitigation Significant No Impact Incorporated Impact Impact death involving flooding, including flooding as a result of the failure of a levee or dam? j) Inundation by seiche, tsunami, or 0 ❑ ❑ H mudflow? IX. LAND USE AND PLANNING_ d _.Woul the Project a) Physically divide an established ❑ ❑ ❑ H community? b) Conflict with any applicable land 0 ❑ ❑ H use plan, policy, or regulation of an agency with jurisdiction over the project adopted for the purpose of avoiding or mitigating an environmental effect? c) Conflict with any applicable ❑ ❑ habitat conservation plan or natural community conservation plan? X. MINERAL RESOURCES. Would the Project a) Result in the loss of availability of 0 ❑ ❑ a known mineral resource that would be of value to the region and the residents of the state? b) Result in the loss of availability of 0 ❑ ❑ H a locally important mineral resource recovery site delineated on a local general plan, specific plan or other land use plan? -XI. NOISE. Would the Project: a) Exposure of persons to or ❑ O E1 ❑ generation of noise levels in excess of standards established in the local general plan or noise ordinance, or applicable standards of other agencies? b) Exposure of persons to or ❑ ❑ H ❑ generation of excessive groundbome vibration or groundbome noise levels? c) A substantial permanent increase O 0 H ❑ in ambient noise levels in the Project vicinity above levels existing without the Project? 0 4 7 _ - - - --------------- ---------- - - �-_ Potentially — -- - - - -- Significant ' Potentially Unless Less Than Significant Mitigation Significant No Impact Incorporated Impact Impact d) A substantial temporary or ❑ ❑ 0 ❑ periodic increase in ambient noise levels in the Project vicinity above levels existing without the Project? e) For a Project located within an ❑ 0 ❑ 0 airport land use plan or, where such a plan has not been adopted, within two miles of a public airport or public use airport, would the Project expose people residing or working in the Project area to excessive noise levels? f) For a Project within the vicinity of 0 0 ❑ 0 a private airstrip, would the II Project expose people residing or working in the Project area to excessive noise levels? XII. POPULATION AND HOUSING. Would the Project a) Induce substantial population 0 0 ® ❑ growth in an area, either directly (for example, by proposing new homes and businesses) or indirectly (for example, through extension of roads or other infrastructure)? b) Displace substantial numbers of 0 , ❑ ❑ existing housing, necessitating the construction of replacement housing elsewhere? XIII. PUBLIC SERVICES. Would the Project result in substantial adverse physical impacts associated with the provision of new or physically altered governmental facilities, need for new or physically altered governmental facilities, the construction of which could cause significant Environmental impacts, in order to maintain acceptable service ratios, response times or other performance objectives for any of the public services: a) Fire protection? ❑ ❑ 0 ❑ b) Police protection? ❑ ❑ 0 o 0 4 8 .._..d.7 ONUS 410 Potentially Significant Potentially Unless Less Than Significant Mitigation Significant No Impact Incorporated Impact Impact c) Schools? ❑ ❑ ❑ d) Parks? ❑ ❑ ❑ e) Other public facilities? - ❑ ❑ ® p XIV. RECREATION: a) Would the Project increase the use ❑ ❑ ❑ of existing neighborhood and regional parks or other recreational facilities such that substantial physical deterioration of the facility would occur or be accelerated? b) Does the Project include ❑ ❑ ❑ recreational facilities or require the • construction or expansion of recreational facilities that might have an adverse physical effect on the environment? illTRANSPORTATION/TRAFFIC. Would the Project a) Cause an increase in traffic that is 0 0 ❑ ❑ substantial in relation to the existing traffic load and capacity of the street system (i.e., result in a substantial increase in either the number of vehicle trips, the volume to capacity ratio on roads, or congestion at intersections)? b) Exceed, either individually or ❑ ® ❑ ❑ cumulatively, a level of service standard established by the county congestion management agency for designated roads or highways? c) Result in a change in air traffic ❑ ❑ ❑ 0 patterns, including either an increase in traffic levels or a change in location that results in substantial safety risks? d) Substantially increase hazards due ❑ 0 ® ❑ to a design feature (e.g., sharp curves or dangerous intersections) or incompatible uses (e.g., farm IIequipment)? e) Result in inadequate emergency ❑ ❑ ❑ access? f) Result in inadequate parking ❑ ❑ ❑ capacity? g) Conflict with adopted policies, 0 ❑ ❑ B1 0 4 9 March 7.2008 II -- - - Potentially Significant Potentially Unless Less Than Significant Mitigation Significant No Impact Incorporated Impact Impact plans, or programs supporting alternative transportation(e.g., bus turnouts, bicycle racks)? , _ XVI. UTILITIES AND SERVICE SYSTEMS. Would the Project a) Exceed wastewater treatment ❑ ❑ ® ❑ requirements of the applicable Regional Water Quality Control • Board? b) Require or result in the ❑ ❑ ® ❑ • construction of new water or wastewater treatment facilities or expansion of existing facilities, the construction of which could cause significant environmental effects? I. c) Require or result in the ❑ ❑ 0 ❑ construction of new storm water drainage facilities or expansion of existing facilities, the construction of which could cause significant environmental effects? d) Have sufficient water supplies ❑ ❑ • El ❑ available to serve the Project from existing entitlements and resources, or new or expanded entitlements needed? e) Result in a determination by the 0 ❑ ® ❑ wastewater treatment provider which serves or may serve the Project that it has adequate capacity to serve the Project as Projected demand in addition to the provider's existing commitments? f) Be served by a landfill with 0 ❑ Iil ❑ sufficient permitted capacity to accommodate the Project's solid waste disposal needs? g) Comply with federal, state and 0 0 ® o 111 local statures and regulations related to solid waste? 050 • .....,....7 7Mq ill° -- -- —__ Potentially - Significant Potentially Unless Less Than Significant Mitigation Significant No Impact Incorporated Impact Impact XVII. MANDATORY FINDINGS OF SIGNIFICANCE A. Does the Project have the potential to 0 0 ® ❑ degrade the quality of the environment, substantially reduce the habitat of a fish or wildlife species, cause a fish or wildlife population to drop below self-sustaining levels, threaten to eliminate a plant or animal community, reduce the number or restrict the range of a rare or an endangered threatened species, or eliminate important examples of the major periods of California history or prehistory? Does the Project have impacts that 0 0 El ❑ are individually limited, but cumulatively considerable? (Are the incremental effects of the Project considerable when viewed in connection with those of past Projects, those of other current Projects, and those of probable future Projects) C. Does the Project have environmental 0 0 ® ❑ effects which will cause substantial adverse effects on human beings, either directly or indirectly? • • 051 - - - -- - - 1,ft.wh 7 9Mlq 11111 6. EXPLANATION OF THE ITEMS MARKED ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST FORM Checklist Item I. Aesthetics a. No Impact (Scenic Vista). Policy 1-2 of the General Plan Land Use Element requires the preservation of significant natural features such as ridges, knolls, and vistas. Figure 15-1 of the Municipal Code identifies prominent knolls and ridgelines that are considered unique natural resources The Project site is not located within an identified area that is intended to preserve ridges, knolls or vistas. No mitigation measures are required. b. No Impact (Scenic Resources). Development of the Project site will result in the construction of one-story commercial buildings totaling 24,220 square feet and related parking and landscaping improvements. Based on a site inspection there are no rockoutcroppings or historic structures on the site. In addition, neither Chino.Hills Parkway nor Peyton Drive are designated as State Scenic Highways by Caftans or the City's General Plan. There is no impact to these resources. No mitigation measures are required. 40 c. Less Than Significant Impact(Visual Character). The site is currently vacant and is adjacent to a church/school to the north, a multi-family development to the west, single-family development across Chino Hills Parkway to the south, and vacant land that is designated for a proposed Walgreens development to the east. Development of the site will remove the existing deteriorating asphalt parking lot and construct new buildings and install landscaping consistent with City standards. This will improve the visual character of the site and ensure that the property is adequately maintained. No mitigation measures are required. d. Less Than Significant Impact(Light/Glare). The project will include on-site lighting for parking and security. It is standard practice of the City to verify through the plan review process that the outdoor light fixtures to be installed are designed or located in such a manner as to contain the direct rays from the lights on-site and to avoid spillover of light onto adjacent properties. This is a mandatory requirement that will be included in the Project's Conditions of Approval. No mitigation is required. Checklist Item H. Agricultural Resources a. No Impact(Farmland Conversion). Based on the most recent data (2004) from the Farmland Mapping and Monitoring Program prepared by the California Department of Conservation, the Project site is not designated as containing Prime Farmland, Unique Farmland, or Farmland of Statewide Importance. No mitigation measures are required. 0 b. No Impact (Zoning). The zoning of the site is C-N Neighborhood Commercial so it is . not intended to be used for agricultural purposes. The site is not covered by a Williamson Act Contract. No mitigation measures are required. c. No Impact (Agricultural Land Use). The site is bordered on two sides by existing roadways and is adjacent to existing urban development to the north, south, and west. 0 5 2 - • p.41.4 16 March 7, 2008 ill There is vacant land designated for commercial use to the east of the site across Peyton Drive. There are no existing or adjacent agricultural uses that would be impacted as a result of the Project. No mitigation measures are required. Checklist Item 111. Air Quality a. No Impact (Air Quality Plan). The South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) has jurisdiction over development in the South Coast Air Basin (Basin). The project site is located in the Basin. The Air Quality Management Plan (AQMP) is SCAQMD's on-going program for meeting the federal and state air quality standards within the Basin. A project is considered consistent with the AQMP if it will not result in an increase in the frequency or severity of existing air quality violations, or cause or contribute to new violations, or delay timely attainment of air quality standards or the interim emissions reductions specified in the AQMP. The AQMP contains a number of land use and transportation rules and regulations designed to help the region meet the air quality standards set forth in the AQMP. Based on the Air Quality Analysis Proposed CVS/Pharmacy, prepared by Professional Services Industries, Inc., December 10, 2007, the proposed Project will not exceed construction or operational emission thresholds for criteria pollutants established by the SCAQMD. In addition, the Project will comply with all of the applicable rules and regulations of the AQMP. This is a mandatory requirement. No mitigation measures are required. 410 b. Less Than Significant Impact (Air Quality Standards). The CEQA Guidelines indicate that a significant impact would occur if the proposed Project would violate any air quality standard or contribute significantly to an existing or projected air quality violation. The Air Quality Analysis for the Project indicates that construction and operational emissions for NOx, CO, SOx, PM2.5, PM,a, will not be exceeded. No mitigation measures are required. c. Less Than Significant Impact (Cumulative Considerable Net Increase/Criteria Pollutant). The South Coast Air Basin is in non-attainment for carbon monoxide, PM2.5 and PMio, and ozone, which means that the background level of those pollutants are, at times, higher than the ambient air quality standards. The Air Quality Analysis for the Project determined that the thresholds for the above referenced criteria pollutants would not be exceeded by the Project, therefore, impacts from the Project are not cumulatively considerable. No mitigation measures are required. d. Less Than Significant Impact (Sensitive Receptors). There are sensitive receptors located to the north of the site (church/school) and the west of the site (apartments). The Air Quality Analysis for the Project indicates that with mandatory compliance with SCAQMD Rule 403 (Fugitive Dust), construction emissions for, NOx, SOx, PM2.5, PM,o and CO will not be exceeded. Operational impacts for these pollutants will also not be exceeded. Because the Project will not exceed construction or operational emission thresholds established by the SCAQMD, impacts to sensitive receptors is less than significant. No mitigation is required. III e. Less Than Significant Impact(Odors). The Proposed Project consists of commercial land uses that typically do not emit objectionable odors. Diesel exhaust and VOCs that will be emitted during construction of the project and are considered objectionable to 053 Ci-.....e.1 7 March 7,2008 OP some will disperse rapidly from the project site. As such, the impact is less than significant. No mitigation is required. Global Climate Cha_nge_jAdded Criteria' Introduction Global Climate Change refers to alterations in weather features which occur across the Earth as a whole, such as temperature, wind patterns, precipitation, and storms. Global temperatures are modulated by naturally occurring atmospheric gases, such as water vapor, carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide. These gases allow sunlight into the Earth's atmosphere, but prevent radiative heat from escaping into outer space, thus altering the Earth's energy balance in a phenomenon called the greenhouse effect. The global climate is continuously changing, as evidenced by repeated episodes of warming and cooling documented in the geologic record. The rate of change has typically been incremental, with warming or cooling trends occurring over the course of thousands of years. The past 10,000 years have been marked by a period of incremental warming, as glaciers have steadily retreated across the globe. Scientists have observed, however, an unprecedented increase in the rate of warming in the past 150 years. IPRegulatory Context for Global Climate Change Global climate change resulting from greenhouse gas emissions is an emerging environmental concern being raised and discussed at the international, national, and statewide level. At each level, agencies are considering strategies to control emissions of gases that contribute to global warming. However, no agency has yet assumed jurisdiction to regulate greenhouse gases and there are no established standards for gauging the significance of greenhouse gas emissions. Neither CEQA nor the CEQA Guidelines provide any methodology for analysis of greenhouse gases. Senate Bill 97 requires the Governor's Office of Planning and Research to develop CEQA Guidelines for the mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions or the effects of greenhouse gas emissions by July 1, 2009. The California Resources Agency is required to adopt those guidelines by January 1, 2010. Project Impacts The primary sources of greenhouse gas emissions from the project are anticipated to be combustion of fossil fuels to provide grid-delivered electricity to the site and from vehicles traveling to and from the site. The significance of the project's impacts on global climate change cannot be determined because no specific thresholds exist at the present time to quantify impacts. For this reason, calculating emissions without an identified threshold is speculative. Notwithstanding this fact, actions can be taken to 0 reduce impacts on global climate change in the absence of specific criteria. Strategies to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions Given the global nature of climate change, the ultimate solution is a national policy addressing greenhouse gas emissions, rather than piecemeal state-by-state or city-by- 0 5 4 .........,a March 7,2008 41111. city approaches. Given the predominant contribution of emissions from vehicles and electricity generation, efforts to reduce the project's greenhouse gas emissions should focus on reducing electricity demand through energy efficient building design and operations. The project is required to implement standards from Title 24 in the design and construction of buildings and also to use energy efficient equipment in operations. In this way, the project would help in reducing green house gas emissions impacting global climate change. These are mandatory requirements so no specific mitigation measures are required. Checklist Item IV. Biological Resources a. No impact (Listed Species). The Project site has historically been used as a residence and also as a tavern/restaurant. The site is now vacant (no structures). A portion of the site has an asphalt parking lot Where the structures once stood are construction rubble (bricks, wood, and metal fragments) which are a result of the demolition of the previous structures. Based on the highly disturbed nature of the site, habitat for listed species is not present. No mitigation measures are required. b. No Impact(Riparian Habitat/Natural Communities). There is no riparian habitat or natural communities present on the site. See IVa above. No mitigation measures • are required. c. No Impact(Wetlands).A field investigation of the site concluded that the Project site contains no features under the jurisdiction of the Army Corp of Engineers, the Regional Water Quality Board, or the California Department of Fish and Game. No mitigation is required. d. No Impact (Wildlife Movement). The Project Site is an infill site located adjacent to existing urban development. There is no impact to a wildlife movement corridor. No mitigation is required. e. No Impact(Local Policies). The Project does not conflict with any local policies or ordinances protecting biological resources. No mitigation is required. f. No Impact (Conservation Plans). Development and operation of the Project is not expected to conflict with any adopted or approved habitat conservation plans because there are no conservation plans that incorporate the Project site. No mitigation is required. Checklist Item V. Cultural Resources a. No Impact (Historic). Based on a record search conducted by the Archaeological Information Center, San Bernardino County Museum, the Project site contains no historic resources designated by State and Federal commissions. In addition, the site is not designated by the City as a historic resource. No mitigation is required. b. Potentially Significant Unless Mitigated(Archaeological Resources). Based on a record search conducted by the Archaeological Information Center, San Bernardino County Museum, the site is within the boundaries of the historic Rancho Santa Ana del Chino. The sensitivity for Prehistoric Archaeological Resources is 0 5 5 7 2naa 110 moderate; Historic Archaeological Resources is moderate; Historic Resources is low; Cultural Landscapes is unknown; and Ethnic Resources is unknown. The Archaeological Information Center recommends that no further archaeological work is required, but that in the event prehistoric or historic artifacts over 50 years old are encountered during grading that work be hatted. Mitigation Measure CR-1 is recommended reduce impacts to Archaeological Resources to less than significant. CR-1: All earthmoving activities shall be monitored by qualified professionals who are certified monitors with expertise in identifying archaeological resources. The monitor has the authority to halt and redirect grading activities to allow removal of artifacts if any are discovered. c. Potentially Significant Unless Mitigated(Paleontological Resources). Based on the General Plan Conservation Element, a citywide survey of potential sensitive paleontological sites has not been undertaken. Given the potential for paleontological resources to exist based on past experience in the area, Mitigation Measure CR-2 is recommended reduce impacts to Paleontoloical Resources to less than significant CR-2: All earthmoving activities shall be monitored by qualified professionals who are certified monitors with expertise in identifying vertebrate paleontological resources. The monitor has the authority to halt and redirect grading activities to allow removal of specimens if any are discovered. d. Potentially Significant Unless Mitigated(Disturbance of Human Remains). The site is not part of any identified cemetery. However, the Archaeological Information Center recommended Mitigation Measure CR-3 to reduce potential impacts to Human Remains to less than significant. CR-3: If human remains are encountered on the property, the San Bernardino County Coroner's Office shall be notified within 24 hours of the find, and all work should be halted until a clearance is given by that office and any other involved agencies. Checklist Item VI. Geology and Soils a. Less Than Significant Impact(Fault Rupture, Seismic Ground Shaking, Seismic Ground Failure, or Landslide). Based on the Geotechnical Exploration Report, Proposed Site Development, NWC of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, California, PSI Project No. 691-65028 dated July 13, 2007, the site is not located within any Alquist-Priolo Special Studies Zone. The closest fault is the Chino- Central Avenue Fault-Elsinore Segment, located approximately 2 miles from the site. Figure S-2 of the City of Chino Hills General Plan (1994) shows the Project site to be in an area of Low Liquefaction Potential. In addition, the Geotechnical Exploration Report prepared for the project indicates that due to the lack of groundwater within 1110 the upper 32 feet below ground surface, the potential for liquefaction is considered low. Therefore, impacts in regard to liquefaction are considered less than significant. No mitigation is required. 056 ..__.i 7 OMA 411111 Based on the Geotechnical Exploration Report prepared for the Project, seismically induced landsliding is not considered a hazard on, or adjacent to the site. No mitigation is required. b. Less Than Significant Impact (Soil Erosion). Based on the Geotechnical Exploration Report prepared for the Project, the primary geotechnical issue at the site that will affect the construction of the proposed structures is the presence of alluvial material across the proposed building and parking areas. The proposed buildings can be supported on conventional shallow foundations, provided that they are supported entirely by compacted fill. Once the alluvial materials are overexcavated and the buildings constructed, impacts from soil erosion will be less than significant. c. Less Than Significant Impact (Soil Instability). See the above-discussion on Checklist Item Via. d. Potentially Significant Unless Mitigated (Expansive Soils). According to Figure S-5 Geologic Hazards: Expansive Soils, of the General Plan (1994), the Project site is located in an area with "Moderate Shrink-Swell Potential". The Geotechnical Exploration Report determined that the expansion potential of the on-site near surface material was high. Mitigation Measure GEO-1 is recommended which will 4111, require the Project to comply with the recommendations contained in the Project's Geotechnical Exploration Report. GEO-1: The Project shall comply with the Earthwork Recommendations, Foundation and Slab Recommendations, and Construction Considerations contained in the Addendum #1-Response to Review Comments from the City of Chino Hills, Proposed Site Development, City Review-Geotechnical Report, Dated July 13, 2007, Prepared by PSI, July 20, 2007 and as approved by the City Engineer. e. No Impact (Septic Tank Suitability. The Project will be required to connect to the existing sewer system. No mitigation is required. Checklist Item VII. Hazards and Hazardous Materials. a. Less Than Significant Impact (Transport, Use, or Disposal). The retail uses of the Project are not anticipated to have significant amounts of hazardous materials associated with their operations. Control measures to reduce or prevent exposure to hazardous materials are incorporated into State and Federal law as well as guidelines produced by various agencies, including but not limited to Cal OSHA, California Medical Waste Management Act, California's Hazardous Material Release Response Plans and Inventory Law, Department of Transportation hazardous material transportation regulations, the Regional Water Quality Control Board's groundwater protection program, and the EPA hazardous materials transportation 41° regulations. The Project proponent, and all future operators of the facilities are required to incorporate Best Management Practices as well as comply with all regulations and laws regarding hazardous materials. As such, no mitigation is required and the impact is less than significant. . 057 ••.........'V "%Ma illi b. Less than Significant Impact (Accidental Release). See Checklist Item Vila, above. c. No Impact (Within 1/4m Mile of a School). There is a private school located adjacent to the northern boundary of the site. Based on the nature of the Project (commercial), the Project is not anticipated to emit hazardous wastes that would impact the school. Impacts are less than significant. No mitigation measures are required. d. No Impact (Hazardous Waste Site). According to the Department of Toxic Substances Control, Hazardous Waste and Substances Site List (Cortese), the site is not identified as a hazardous waste site. In addition, according to the Report of Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Proposed Savon Pharmacy, Albertsons Facility No. 9816, CVS Facility No. 9816, 14848 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, California prepared by PSI dated March 6, 2007, the site was not identified on any databases published by local, state, or federal agencies. No mitigation is required. e. No Impact (Airport Land Use Plan). The project site is located more than 2 miles from the Chino Airport. There are no private airstrips within 2 miles of the Project site. As such, no impacts from airport operations are expected to occur and no mitigation measures are required. IPf. No Impact (Private Airstrip Hazard). See discussion under Checklist Item Vile above. g. No Impact (Emergency Plans). Establishment and operation of the Project will not impair or physically interfere with emergency responses or evacuation plans. Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive will continue to provide primary emergency vehicle access to the Project site and this will not be changed by developing the Project. No mitigation is required. h. No Impact (Midland Fires). According to the City of Chino Hills Fire Hazard Overlay District Map dated May 11, 2005, the Project site is not located in a Fire Hazard District. No mitigation is required. Checklist Item VIII. Hydrology and Water Quality. a. Less Than Significant Impact(Water Quality, Waste Discharge).According to the Preliminary Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) for CVS CS#41454, NWC Chino Hills Parkway 8, Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, CA prepared by Westland Group, dated December 10, 2007, the drainage of the western portion of the site will be conveyed via a storm drain system and discharged into a detention/bioretention basin at the southwesterly portion of the site. Discharge from the easterly area of the site will be directed towards the vegetative swale located on the east of the property. Prior to entering these facilities, flows will be treated through bioretention or 4110 mechanical treatment equipment. The on-site storm drain and water system that will connect to the City's storm drain and water system and will be conditioned to comply with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) standards to ensure that pollutants are not discharged into the storm drain system. The NPDES requires 'Best Management Practices" (BMPs) for site design, source control, and treatment. The WQMP for the project identifies Site Design BMPs to include; 0 8 ..----,, March 7,2008 0 maximize permeable area, use of vegetative swales, and recessed landscaped areas for bioretention. Source Control BMPs include the following: parking lot sweeping, roof runoff controls, inlet trash racks, water efficient irrigation systems for landscaping. Treatment Control BMPs include: landscaped areas uses for infiltration and bioretention and water quality inlets. Prior to the issuance of building permits, a final WQMP will be submitted by the applicant and approved by the City's Engineering Division, and strict adherence to the program will be required. No additional requirements are necessary besides adherence to these mandatory NPDES and City standards. No mitigation measures are required. b. Less Than Significant Impact (Groundwater Supplies). The groundwater table is in excess of thirty-two feet below the surface according to the Geotechnical Exploration Report prepared for the Project, therefore, development of the site is not anticipated to interfere with groundwater supplies. In addition, the site is not being used for aquifer recharging and adequate water supplies exist to serve the Project. (See discussion in XVI). Impacts are less than significant and no mitigation is required. c. Less Than Significant Impact(Drainage Patterns). Development of the Project site will create impervious surfaces and increase the amount of surface runoff. Based on IP the Hydrology/Hydraulics Calculations for CVS CS# 41454 NWC of Chino Hills Parkway & Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, CA prepared by Westland Group dated April 16, 2007 (Revised December 7, 2007) drainage from the site will be retained to ensure that offsite flows do not exceed pre developed conditions and then be ultimately discharged into existing public 78 inch and 48 inch storm drain pipes. No mitigation is required. d. Less Than Significant Impact (Flooding). See the above-discussion on Checklist Item VIIIc. e. Less Than Significant Impact (Storm Drains). See the above-discussion on Checklist Items Villa and VIIIc. f. Less Than Significant Impact(Water Quality). Grading and construction activities have the potential to affect the amount of erosion because there is a potential for construction debris and sediments to be transported during heavy rains. It is the standard practice of the City to ensure that all earthwork and construction activities are conducted in such a manner so as to prevent any obstruction of storm drains and downstream channels that may result from increased erosion and sedimentation. This is done through the grading plan check process. During this process, the applicant is required to demonstrate to the satisfaction of the City Engineer that: 1) the best management practices and proper erosion control techniques will be used during grading and construction in accordance with the requirements of all applicable City codes, 2) any required National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permits • have been obtained, and 3) temporary measures will be used to maintain the existing drainage flows and to collect any excess water and sediments which may result from the construction activities. These are mandatory requirements and will be included in the Project's Conditions of Approval. No mitigation measures are required. 059 -- Uhare417 2008 OP g. No Impact (Housing in Flood Hazard Area). The Project is not located in an identified flood hazard area, nor will there be residential development associated with the Project. No mitigation is required. h. No Impact (Flood Flows). The project would not place structures in a manner that would impede or redirect flood flows. See Checklist Item Vlllc. No mitigation is required. i. No Impact (Flood Levee or Dam). The project is located upstream from the Prado Dam, and outside of the flood hazard area for the dam. No mitigation is required. j. No Impact (Seiche, Tsunami, or Mudflow). The project is not located in an area that is subject to a seiche, a tsunami, or mudflows because there is no water body close enough to the site to create seisches, tsunamis or mudflows. No mitigation is required. Checklist Item IX. Land Use and Planning a. No Impact (Physical Division). The Project will not physically divide an established community. The site is adjacent to two roadways (Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive) and is surrounded by existing development. No mitigation is required. 0 b. No Impact(Land Use Plans). The Project is proposed in an area that is designated for commercial use on the General Plan Land Use Map, and it is zoned for commercial uses. Therefore, it is not in conflict with the General Plan. No other agency has plans or policies in place that govern the Project site. No mitigation is required. c. No Impact (Conservation Plans). The Project site is not located in an area covered by a habitat conservation plan or natural community conservation plan. No mitigation is required. Checklist Item X. Mineral Resources. a. No Impact (Loss of Mineral Resources). According to maps prepared by the California Geological Survey (CGS) the site is not identified as having a known mineral resource. The resource most likely to occur in the region is aggregate used for construction purposes. According to the CGS, the site is located within the Claremont-Upland Region for aggregate production. Currently there are several sites within the region that are producing between 0.5 to 10 millions tons per year of aggregate. Given the site's size of 3.7 acres and its location, it is not a candidate site for aggregate production. No mitigation is required. b. No Impact (Site Delineated as Mineral Resource Site). The site is not designated as a mineral recovery site by the General Plan Land Use Map. No mitigation is required. 1111 • 060 --- - . Paae 24 March 7, 2008 Checklist Item Xl. Noise. a. Less Than Significant Impact (Noise Standards) The City's General Plan has established a maximum noise level of 75 dB (A) for commercial uses (e.g. retail, office) as being "normally compatible' with surrounding uses. The Project is required to comply with the mandatory requirements contained in the City's Development Code for both construction and operations. See Xlb-c below for additional details. No mitigation is required. b. Less Than Significant Impact(Ground borne Vibration). Groundbome Vibration is most typically associated with operation of heavy construction equipment associated with grading. Because of the flat terrain and the small size of the Project site (3.7 acres) a minimal amount of grading is required. Adherence to the City's hours for construction that limits operations to daytime hours between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. on weekdays, and between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Saturdays, and prohibited on Sundays and federal holidays will reduce the temporary impact from construction vibration. No mitigation is required. c. Less Than Significant Impact (Permanent Noise Levels). Operation of the Project is anticipated to generate noise. Permanent noise is typically generated by building mechanical equipment, such as heating and air conditioning units and by vehicle traffic associated with the Project. Adherence to the mandatory requirements of the City's General Plan Policy 1-11 (noise not to exceed 70dBA pursuant to Table N-1), and Policy 1-13 (equipment, machinery, air conditioning noise not to exceed City standards) will ensure that permanent noise impacts do not exceed City standards No mitigation is required other than compliance with the mandatory requirements of the City's General Plan and Development Code. • d. Less Than Significant Impact (Temporary Noise Levels). Construction of the Project is expected to require the limited use of earthmovers, bulldozers, water trucks, and pickup trucks given the small size of the site (3.7 acres). This activity is expected to temporarily increase the ambient noise levels in the area. Per the City of Chino Hills Noise Ordinance Municipal Code Section 8.08.020, construction activity is limited to daytime hours between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. on weekdays, and between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Saturdays, and prohibited on Sundays and federal holidays, to reduce the impact of construction noise. This is a mandatory requirement. No specific mitigation is required. e. No Impact (Airport Noise). The Project site is not impacted by Chino Airport, which is more than two miles away. No mitigation is required. f. No Impact (Private Airstrip). The Project site is not located near a private airstrip. No mitigation is required. Checklist Item XII. Population and Housing. a. Less Than Significant Impact (Population Growth). The Project is a retail and office and development which offers necessary services for nearby residents. It does not induce population growth directly as it results in no new housing and proposes only new retail uses. In addition, it will be served by existing roads and does not require the extension of infrastructure to serve the site. No mitigation is required. 061 • 13208 25 March 7,2008 0 b. No Impact (Displace Housing). The Project is to be constructed on a site that is currently vacant. No housing will be displaced as a result of the Project. No mitigation is required. Checklist Item XIII. Public Services. a. Less Than Significant Impact(Fire Services). The Chino Valley Independent Fire District maintains Station No. 66 at 13707 Peyton Drive that is the closest fire station to the Project site. The District has sufficient personnel and facilities to respond to fire or medical aid services calls that may occur in on the Project site. Development fees will be collected for the provision of capital facilities for fire services. These fees will offset any project-related demand on capital facilities for fire services, therefore no mitigation is required. b. Less Than Significant Impact (Police Services). The Chino Hills Police Department has sufficient personnel to respond to calls for service and to periodically monitor the Project site. Development fees will be collected for the provision of capital police facilities. These fees will offset any Project-related demand on such capital facilities, therefore no mitigation is required. 0 c. Less Than Significant Impact(Schools). The Project is a commercial development that provides services for residents. Employment opportunities presented as a result of the Project may bring a negligible number of new residents to the City that will be absorbed into existing residential neighborhoods. Any school-aged children will be accommodated in the existing school facilities. The Project is required to pay state mandated school impact fees, therefore, no mitigation is required. d. Less Than Significant Impact (Parks). The Project is a retail development that provides services for residents. It does not induce significant indirect population growth (see Checklist Item Xlla) and no additional parks to serve the residents will be necessary. No mitigation is required. e. Less Than Significant Impact (Other Public Facilities). The improvements associated with development of the Project are minimal. No additional public facilities are needed to be constructed to accommodate the new project as the Project will connect to existing facilities. No mitigation is required. Checklist Item XIV. Recreation a. No Impact (Existing Facilities). The project involves the construction and operation of commercial facilities. Periodic use of public facilities such as parks and community buildings by employees at the new facilities would be minimal given the Project's small size (24,200 square feet). No deterioration of recreational facilities is expected to occur as a result of the Project. No mitigation is required. 1111 b. No Impact (New or Altered Facilities). The Project does not include recreational facilities nor require the expansion or construction of recreational facilities. (See checklist Item XlVa above). No mitigation is required. 062 ame.-44 7 7(4fl III Checklist Item XV. Transportation/Traffic. a-b. Potentially Significant Impact Unless Mitigated(Roadway Capacity and Level of Service). Based on CVS Chino Hills Traffic Impact Study, City of Chino Hills, California prepared by RK Engineering Group, Inc. dated February 22, 2008, the Project is projected to generate 1,315 net trip ends per day, with 40 trips in the AM Peak Hour and 113 trips in the PM Peak Hour. The traffic study analyzed the Level of Service (LOS) and Volume to Capacity (V/C) Ratio based on Opening Year and Year 2030 for both without project and with project traffic conditions for the following intersections: • Carbon Canyon Road (SR-142) at Chino Hills Parkway; • • Project Access at Chino Hills Parkway; • Peyton Drive at Eucalyptus Avenue; • Peyton Drive at Project Access; and • Peyton Drive at Chino Hills Parkway. The City of Chino Hills considers traffic impacts to be significant under the following conditions: ID 1) If a roadway or intersection that is projected to operate at Level of Service D or better without the project would exceed Level of Service D with the project; or 2) The project results in an increase of 0.01 or more in the volume to capacity (V/C) ratio at a location that is projected to operate at Level of Service E of F without the Project. The traffic study determined the following: • All study area intersections are projected to operate at Level of Service D or better during peak hours for Opening Year Without Project With Other Development traffic conditions except for the intersection of Peyton Drive at Chino Hills Parkway which is projected to operate at Level of Service F during the PM peak hour. This is considered a significant impact. • All study area intersections are projected to operate below Level of Service D during peak hours for Year 2030 With Project With Other Development traffic conditions except the Project Access Points which are projected to operate at acceptable Levels of Service. This is not considered a significant impact although the Level of Service is below D because the V/C ratio does not increase more than 0.01. In order to reduce impacts to Less Than Significant for Opening Year Conditions, 0 Mitigation Measure T-1 is recommended: T-1 The Project shall participate on a pro-rata basis for the following improvements to Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive: • 063 - ..e..-h 7 2008 • Convert northbound right turn lane into a thru-right turn lane (Walgreens planned improvement) • Add an eastbound right turn lane (Waigreen's planned improvement) • Add a southbound right turn overlap and install planned dedicated southbound right turn lane. The project's fair share contribution is covered by the addition of the southbound right turn overlap and dedicated southbound right turn lane which is required to be installed by the project. c. No Impact (Air Traffic Patterns). The site is located approximately 2 plus miles west of the Chino Airport. According to the Chino Airport Master Plan, the site is not located in any airport hazard zones related to air traffic patterns. d. Less than Significant Impact (Roadway Design Hazards). The project site driveways are to be built in accordance with the City's design standards, subject to review and approval of the City Engineer and the Fire District. Thus, no dangerous design-features or hazards will be created. e. No Impact (Emergency Access). All portions of the project site will be easily accessible to emergency vehicles by paved roadways and interior access driveways. f. No Impact (Parking). 126 parking spaces are required and the Project provides 133 on-site parking spaces. The proposed parking scheme meets all the Development Code standards as well as ADA requirements. No mitigation measures are required g. No Impact(Alternative Transportation). Development of the Project does not conflict with any policies, plans, or programs that support use of alternative transportation. Checklist Item XVI. Utilities and Service Systems. a. L ess Than Significant Impact (RWQCB Wastewater Treatment), Regional water treatment and distribution facilities associated with the build out of the City, including urbanization of the Project site, were reviewed and considered in the General Plan EIR, the City's Water Master Plan of Water Supply and Distribution, and the Joint Consolidation Study—Water and Water Systems Issues Paper. The City will condition the Project to connect to a City sewer system, The City Engineering Division has determined that the proposed Project would not exceed wastewater treatment requirements of the Regional Water Quality Control Board. No mitigation is required. b. Less Than Significant Impact (New Water and Wastewater Facilities). The Project will not increase the demand for additional water supplies to the extent that new facilities will be required (See Checklist XVId below). No mitigation is required. c. Less Than Significant Impact (New Storm-water Drainage Facilities). El) Development of the Project site will create impervious surfaces and increase the amount of surface runoff. Based on the Hydrology/Hydraulics Calculations for CVS CS# 41454 NWC of Chino Hills Parkway & Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, CA prepared by Westland Group dated April 16, 2007 (Revised December 7, 2007) drainage from the site will be retained to ensure that offsite flows do not exceed pre developed 064 '° March 7,2008 conditions and then be ultimately discharged into existing public 78 inch and 48 inch storm drain pipes. No mitigation is required. d. Less Than Significant Impact (Water Supplies). According to the Water Facility Authority's (WFA) 2005 Urban Water Management Plan (UWMP) the water used within WFA's service (including Chino Hills) area comes from both imported and local sources. Imported water is purchased by WFA from MWD and is comprised of State Water Project (SWP) deliveries. Groundwater is the predominate source of supply within WFA's service area, meeting about 60% of the water demand. Imported water is the next largest category, and ranges from 30-35% of the water supply within the service area depending upon the water year. About 5-10% comes from recycled and desalted sources which is a growing source of supply for water. The UWMP indicates that water demands through 2025 can be met. No mitigation is required. e. Less Than Significant Impact (Wastewater). The Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA) supplies wastewater treatment for the City. The IEUA facilities have been designed to accommodate the City's ultimate build out, which includes the project site. Adequate capacity exists to serve the Project. No mitigation is required. f. Less Than Significant Impact(Landfln. Solid waste generated by the Project would most likely be transported to the El Sobrante Landfill. According to the California 411111 Integrated Waste Management Board, the El Sobrante Landfill has adequate capacity to handle solid waste in the region until 2030. In addition, the project will be conditioned to comply with the City's solid waste and recycling program. No mitigation is required. g. Less Than Significant Impact (Solid Waste). The City participates in mandatory source reduction and recycling efforts administered by the California Integrated Waste Management Board. In addition, City Municipal Code Chapter 13.20 °Integrated Waste Management Systems° requires compliance with solid waste disposal requirements. These are mandatory requirements, no mitigation is required. Checklist Item XVII. Mandatory Findings of Significance a. Less Than Significant Impact With Mitigation (Environment and Habitat,). The analysis in this Initial Study found that the Project would not impact habitat, wildlife populations, and plant and animal communities because of the highly disturbed condition of the site due to previous urban development. There is the potential for cultural resources to occur on the Project site, however, mitigation measures CR-1, CR-1 and CR-3 are required to adequately protect any cultural resources uncovered during Project construction. Therefore, the Project would not have the potential to degrade the quality of the environment, affect habitat, fish, wildlife resources, or cultural resources. b. Less Than Significant Impact With Mitigation (Cumulatively Considerable). The 4110 Project's land uses are consistent with the City's General Plan land use projections. These land uses have been considered with overall City growth (including increases in traffic, noise, changes to air quality etc.) The Project, when considered with the effects of other past, present, and probable future projects, would not be cumulatively considerable. 065 ward,7.2008 ID c. Less Than Significant impact With Mitigation (Human Beings). The implementation of the mitigation measures identified in this Initial Study and compliance with mandatory City requirements would result in less than significant impacts to human beings, either directly or indirectly. 7. MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM REFERENCE The Mitigation Measures listed on Exhibit B shall be incorporated into the Project. The appropriate City Departments shall ensure that the mitigation measures have been properly implemented during grading and construction of the Project. This verification shall be maintained as part of the Project record to demonstrate that the Mitigation Monitoring Program required pursuant to Public Resources Code Section 21081.6 was implemented. 8. INCORPORATION BY REFERENCE This Initial Study is based in part on the information and analysis contained in the documents listed below. These documents are hereby incorporated by reference in their entirety into this Initial Study. Copies of all documents incorporated herein are available for review in the Community Development Department at the Chino Hills Civic Center, 2001 Grand Avenue. Chino Hills, California, 91709-4869, unless otherwise noted. alCity of Chino Hills General Plan Environmental Impact Report (EIR) The City of Chino Hills General Plan EIR was certified by the City Council on September 13, 1994, with adoption of Resolution No. 94R-56. This General Plan EIR reviewed the potential environmental impacts associated with build-out of the City. B. Chino Hills General Plan . This document provides a vision for the future of the community. It is the official policy statement of the City Council intended to guide the private and public development of the City. The General Plan was adopted September 1994. C. Chino Hills Development Code The Development Code contains the zoning regulations and development standards that govern use and development of properties within the City. The Development Code was adopted December 1995. • D. Regional Comprehensive Plan and Guide The Regional Comprehensive Plan and Guide (RCPG) and associated EIR were adopted by the Board of the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) in May 1995. The RCPG is a summary plan describing how the SCAG region will meet certain federal and state requirementsfor transportation, growth management, air quality, housing, hazardous waste nagement and water quality management. It provides regional strategies and goals to assist I governments when making decisions regarding growth and infrastructure improvement programs, and when evaluating individual development proposals. As an on-going program, the RCPG is intended to be the first in a series of plans that are to be updated as conditions change or regional issues evolve. SCAG is currently updating its RCPG. (Available at Southern o s - -- Merril 7. 2008 ill California Association of Governments, 818 W. Seventh Street, 12th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90017 and on the Internet at www.scaq.ca.gov. E. Air Quality Management Plan The Air Quality Management Plan (AQMP) and associated EIR were approved by the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) Board in 1997. AQMP is an on-going program, updated every three years, under the combined authorship of SCAG and SCAQMD to demonstrate the attainment strategy for meeting federal and state air quality standards with the South Coast Air Basin. SCAG's growth projections for the region are an integral component of the AQMP. The growth projections are used to develop emissions estimates, attainment strategies and emission control measures for the Basin. The AQMP includes measures and strategies for local agencies, such as the City of Chino Hills, to implement. The Final 2007 AQMP was adopted by the AQMD Governing Board on June 1, 2007. (Available at South Coast Air Quality Management District, 21865 Copley Drive, Diamond Bar, CA 91765 or on the Internet at www.aamd.oro. F. City of Chino Hills Local Procedures for Complying with CEQA These procedures identify how the City implements CEQA and the State CEQA Guidelines. These local procedures were put into effect in order to comply with Section 15022 of the State OA Guidelines. G. Congestion Management Program (CMP) for San Bernardino County. The CMP identifies the goals and objectives of the County-wide Congestion Management Program. The City has implemented a development mitigation program that achieves development contribution requirements established by the SANBAG Nexus Study. The fees collected though the mitigation fee program are intended to fund improvements for freeway interchanges, railroad grade separations, and regional and arterial highways to maintain conformance with the SANBAG Land Use/Transportation Analysis Program of the CMP. (Available at San Bernardino Associated Governments, 1170 W. 3b Street, VI Floor, San Bernardino, CA 92410 or on the Internet at www.sanbaq.qov. H. Water Facilities Authority (WFA), 2005 Urban Water Management Plan (UWMP). The 2005 UWMP is a statement of the goals, objectives and strategies needed to maintain a high quality, reliable imported water supply for the benefit of the member agencies WFA serves. It is intended to be consistent with regional planning efforts of the Chino Basin Water master, Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA), and the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. (Available at Water Facilities Authority, 1775 North Benson Avenue, Upland, CA 91784 or on the Internet at www.ieua.org. I. Report of Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Proposed Savon Pharmacy Albertsons Facility No. 9816, CVS Facility 9816, 14848 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, 41110 California Prepared by PSI, March, 2006. J. CVS Chino Hills Traffic Impact Study, City of Chino Hills, California 067 -- Marr1,7.2008 OP Prepared by RK Engineering Group, Inc. February 22, 2008. K. Air Quality Analysis, Proposed CVS/Pharmacy, Northwest Corner of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, California Prepared by PSI, December 10, 2007. L Parking Study for a Retail Project in the City of Chino Hills Prepared by KOA Corporation,August 27, 2007. M. Geotechnical Exploration Report, Proposed Site Development, NWC of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, California, PSI Project No. 691-65028 dated July 13, 2007 Prepared by PSI, July 13, 2007 N. Addendum #1-Response to Review Comments from the City of Chino Hills, Proposed Site Development, City Review-Geotechnical Report, Dated July 13, ill2007 Prepared by PSI, July 20, 2007. O. Hydrology/Hydraulics Calculations for (75% documents) CVS CS# 41454 NWC of Chino Hills Parkway & Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, CA Prepared by Westland Group,April 16, 2007 P. Preliminary Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) for Compliance with Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board Order Number R8-2002-0012 (NPDES Permit No. CAS618036) for CVS CS# 41454, NWC Chino Hills Parkway & Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, CA. Prepared by Westland Group, March 28, 2007. Q. Historical Resources Record Search, CVS Pharmacy, NWC Chino Hills Parkway & Peyton Drive Prepared by Archaeological Information Center, San Bernardino County Museum, December 4, 2007 411110 068 -- "' Match 7,2008 9. LIST OF PREPARERS Listed below are the person or persons who prepared or participated in the preparation of the Initial Study: Project Manager Betty Donavanik, Senior Planner Ernest Perea,AICP, Contract Planner Technical Review/City of Chino Hills Staff: Christine Kelly, Community Development Director Bradley E. Wohlenberg, Assistant City Attorney Zai Abu Bakar, Assistant Community Development Director—Development Services Winston Ward, Assistant Community Development Director— Building and Safety Ray Holland, City Engineer Steve Nix, Assistant City Engineer 41110 069 _ Pana 33 March 7,2008 Ci a cws � � t2n •M I I i ` ZiLL q If +{{, "' wl .111- ti,1 f__ ( 1 1, i F ig iL ,jt42: 1 e-_,,,U ■,.1'' 1 I ii I IIID . \ - I I . - I' § .{ I 'I , !lei'.' 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G page 35 -.IAtng Pian ation Monitoring&Repo CVS pharmacy Center—Mftig txrnr�i i MITIGATION MONITORIN PORTING PLAN11/ CVS PHARMACY CENTER-TENTATIVE PARCEL MA 18714 and SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10 Verification of Compliance Mitigation Measure Timing Department I Signature I Date Transportation and Traffic a pro-rata basis for I Prior to the Engineering, T-1 The Project shall participate on the following improvements to Chino Hills Parkway and issuance of I Building and 1 1 Peyton Drive: occupancy permits Safety, and grading permits Planning • Convert northbound right turn lane into a thru-right turn lane(Walgreens planned improvement) • Add an eastbound right turn lane(Waigreen's planned improvement) • Add a southbound right turn overlap and install planned dedicated southbound right turn lane. 1 The project's fair share contribution is covered by the 1 addition of the southbound right turn overlap and dedicated southbound right turn lane,which is required to be installed by the project. O i\. Page 36 CVS Pharmacy Center—Mitigation Monitoring&Reporting Plan PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDA STAFF REPORT . ., ., • • L..--:-„,, Meeting Date: April 1, 2008 ., Public Hearing: Fa Discussion Item: g t.trf?I frrr I'M Consent item: 0 March 25, 2008 Agenda Item No.: 7a TO: CHAIRMAN AND PLANNING COMMISSIONERS FROM: CHRISTINE KELLY, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR SUBJECT: INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM, TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714, AND SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10 — CVS PHARMACY & MULTI-TENANT RETAIL BUILDING LOCATED AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF CHINO HILLS PARKWAY AND PEYTON DRIVE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The applicant, Tricor Southwest Corporation, is requesting approval of Tentative Parcel 41011ap No. 18714 and Site Plan Review 04SPR10 for the construction and operation of a 3,020-square foot CVS Pharmacy with a drive-thru and a detached 11,200-square foot multi-tenant retail building on a 3.47-acre site. The project site is located at the northwest corner of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive and is zoned C-N Neighborhood Commercial. RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends that the Planning Commission adopt the attached resolution approving a Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Plan, Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714, and Site Plan Review 04SPR10, based on the findings of facts as listed in the attached Resolution and subject to the Conditions of Approval. PROJECT: CASE NO.: Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 Site Plan Review 04SPR10 APPLICANT/ Tricor Southwest Corporation OWNER: 2062 Business Center Drive, Suite 115 Irvine, CA 92612 *LOCATION: The site is located at the northwest corner of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive. Assessor's Parcel Number 1032-261-09 and 1032-261-10. 073 Meeting Date: April 1, 2008 Page: 2 . iiiUBJECT: TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714 AND SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10 SITE DESCRIPTION Parcel Size: 3A7 acres General Plan: Commercial Existing Land Use: Vacant Zoning: C-N (Neighborhood Commercial) Fire Overlay District: No Hazard Sewer Service: City of Chino Hills Water Service: City of Chino Hills LOCATION GENERAL PLAN LAND ZONING EXISTING USE USE [ r E Site Commercial C-N (Neighborhood Vacant r Commercial) l E North Institutional I-1 (Institutional - Private) Loving Savior Church/school --- South High Density Residential PD 26-149 Single-family residential East Commercial C-O (Office Commercial) Proposed Walgreens - - ffrest High Density Residential RM-2 (High Density Multi-family residential - Residential) (Missions at Chino Hills Apartments) _ BACKGROUND The Site Plan Review application was originally submitted on December 14, 2004 as a 13,274-square foot, Say-on Drug Store with a detached 8,000-square foot, multi-tenant retail building, under the ownership of Albertson's Inc. 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Ac -1•--7-N,''- ge;,,'`p",_",-,.;;;'''..r.-F:147',- 7..-""'"*.•,•r`:4',,g5.4.‘"I.'3,1';vi..-.,,,:..,,,;,..,„.."- i,i,.. 1,,,1,0e11:*.T.f., ?„lic•c, -,,,,,.$,iy• :„.;,-,..-1 \ v••!.:-•,-,...i., ,ci, ...- ,,,••,,,c^ ,-,,,,•if„, --,••• , -...,,,, ,;,,,. VICINITY MAP 411110 075 Meeting Date: April 1, 2008 Page:4 iiiBJECT: TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714 AND SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10 OPOSAL The Project involves the development of a 13,020-square foot, CVS Pharmacy store with a drive-thru on 1.53 acres (Parcel 2) and an 11,200-square foot, multi-tenant retail building on 1.92 acres (Parcel 1). The project is located on the northwest corner of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive, adjacent to the Missions Apartments and Loving Savior Church/Preschool. The parcels will have reciprocal access and parking. The Project Plans are attached in Exhibit C. APPROVALS REQUIRED In order to complete the project and to authorize construction of improvements that are required for the development, the Planning Commission would need to take the following actions: . Approval of a Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program/Plan; • Approval of Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 for the reconfiguration of the two parcels to provide proper site planning and access to the development; and . Approval of Site Plan Review 04SPR10 for the site planning, parking, circulation, and landscaping for the development. ONALYSIS General Plan and Zoning Consistency The proposed project site is identified as Commercial on the General Plan and is zoned Neighborhood Commercial (C-N), which allows pharmacy and retail uses. The proposed project is a typical commercial use proposed on a property that has a Commercial land use designation. Approval of the proposed project furthers Major Goal 3 and Focused Goal 3-1 of the General Plan of a "Diversified Economic Base", by providing "Commercial and service uses targeted to serve Chino Hills residents and shoppers from other cities". Therefore, the approval of Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 and Site Plan Review 04SPR10, subject to the attached Conditions of Approval, is consistent with the General Plan. CVS Pharmacy Operation The applicant is requesting a 24-hour operation for the CVS Pharmacy to cater to customers with emergency needs. A 24-hour operation would not have a significant impact on surrounding properties since the adjacent property to the north is a church/school, which will be vacant during the late evening hours; and the Mission Apartments, west of the site, will be buffered by the proposed retail building, a detention lipasin, and a landscaped slope. The sale of alcoholic beverages for offsite consumption is being proposed as part of CVS's operation. Per the City's Development Code, alcohol sales for offsite consumption is permitted by right within drug stores (pharmacies) greater than io,00el 7 6 Meeting Date: April 1, 2008 Page: 5 SUBJECT: TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714 AND SITE PLAN REVIEW 04S PR10 ea. Although CVS is proposing a 24-hour operation, the sales of alcohol will be limited to the lawful hours of 6:00 A.M. to 2:00 A.M. daily. The consumption of alcoholic beverages on the premises shall be prohibited (Condition of Approval #9). The applicant and/or operator of the project shall construct and post signage on the property in a manner that is visible to customers indicating, "Drinking of Alcoholic Beverages is Prohibited on this Property," prior to Occupancy. The location, design, size, and wording of the sign shall be subject to review and approval by the Community Development Director or designee (Condition of Approval #9). Development Standards Lot Dimensions Both parcels meet the minimum lot dimensions of 100 feet in width and 100 feet in depth. The average lot dimensions for Parcel 1 is approximately 425 feet wide and 217 feet deep and the average lot dimensions for Parcel 2 is approximately 220 feet wide and 296 feet deep. Maximum Building Height The maximum building height permitted in the C-N zone is 35 feet. The proposed CVS iiharmacy building reaches a maximum height of 29 feet, and the maximum height of e multi-tenant retail building is 24 feet, which are both below the building height limits. Building Setbacks The buildings meet all the required setbacks for the C-N zone as shown in the table below. 11--- . Building Setback Requirements — CVS Pharmacy Required Proposed Meets Requirements? Setback from Chino 25'-0" 89'-0" Yes Hills Parkway Setback from 25'-0" 82'-0" Yes Peyton Drive Rear Yard Setback 20'-0" 38'-0" Yes • Setback to Parking 15'-0" 15'-0" Yes Area 077 Meeting Date: April 1,2008 Page:6 UBJECT: TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714 AND SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10 i Building Setback Requirements — Multi-tenant Retail Building Required Proposed Meets Requirements? Setback from Chino 25'-0" 88'-0" Yes Hills Parkway _ Setback from West- 25'-0" 224'-0" Yes side Property line (Mission Apartments) Rear Yard Setback 20'-0" 52'-0" Yes Setback to Parking 15'-0" 22'-0" Yes Area Access Access will be provided via two driveways on Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive. The access on Chino Hills Parkway will be right-in/right-out, with a left-in turn-pocket approximately 480 feet from the Chino Hills/Peyton Drive intersection. The access on Peyton Drive is approximately 300 feet from the intersection of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive and will be right-in/right-out only. Chino Hills Parkway (SR-142) is under Caltrans jurisdiction. Caltrans has required the construction of a raised median on Chino Hills Parkway in front of the property, extending 200 feet to the west of the property, to accommodate safe left-in access to the site and prohibit left-out access (Condition of Approval #26). The driveway entrance from Chino Hills Parkway is also required to be designed as right-in/right-out, and left-in only (Condition of Approval#26). Traffic Impact Analysis A Traffic Impact Study (TIS) was completed by RK Engineering Group, Inc. dated February 22, 2008. The TIS determined that the Project would generate 1,315 total vehicle trips per day with 40 vehicles per hour during the AM peak hour and 113 vehicles per hour during the PM peak hour. OP 078 Meeting Date: April 1, 2008 Page: 7 tiokBJECT: TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714 AND SITE PLAN REVIEW 04S PR10 e City of Chino Hills considers traffic impacts to be significant under the following conditions: 1) If a roadway or intersection that is projected to operate at Level of Service D or better without the project would exceed Level of Service D with the project; or 2) The project results in an increase of 0.01 or more in the volume to capacity (V/C) ratio at a location that is projected to operate at Level of Service E of F without the Project. The following intersections were analyzed for the proposed Project: • Carbon Canyon Road (NS) at Chino Hills Parkway (EVV) • Peyton Drive (EVV) at Eucalyptus Avenue (EVV) • Peyton Drive (EW) at Chino Hills Parkway (EW) The table below provides a highlight of the analysis for these intersections: Intersections Existing Opening Year(2009) Horizon Year(2030) Conditions Without Without With Without With • Project Pro ect Preect Protect Pro ect AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM Carbon Canyon Road (NS)at B C B C B C B E BE Chino Hills Parkway (EW) Peyton Drive (EW)at B B B D BD D F DF Eucalyptus Avenue (EW Peyton Drive (EW) at Chino CC C F C F D F D F Hills Parkway (EW) The traffic study determined the following: • All study area intersections are projected to operate at Level of Service D or better during peak hours for Opening Year Without Project With Other Development traffic conditions except for the intersection of Peyton Drive at Chino Hills Parkway which is projected to operate at Level of Service F during the PM peak hour. This is considered a significant impact, however with the recommended improvements below, the impacts will be reduced to a less than significant impact (Level of Service D or better). • All study area intersections are projected to operate below Level of Service D during peak hours for Year 2030 With Project With Other Development traffic conditions however; this is not considered a significant impact although the Level of Service is below D because the V/C ratio does not increase more than IP 0.01. 079 Meeting Date:April 1, 2008 Page:8 iit BJECT: TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714 AND SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10 order to reduce impacts to Less Than Significant and bring the intersection up to a Level of Service D or better during peak hours for Opening Year Conditions, the following improvements are recommended: The Project shall participate on a pro-rata basis for the following improvements to Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive: • Convert northbound right turn lane into a thru-right turn lane (Walgreens planned improvement). • Add an eastbound right turn lane (Walgreens planned improvement). • Add a southbound right turn overlap and install planned dedicated southbound right turn lane. The project's fair share contribution is covered by the addition of the southbound right turn overlap and dedicated southbound right turn lane, which is required to be installed by the project. Chino Hills Parkway is under the jurisdiction of Caltrans. Caltrans has reviewed the Traffic Impact Study for the development and requires the following improvements difonditions of Approval #26): • Dual lanes for eastbound left turn lane at the intersection of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive • Construct raised median on Chino Hills Parkway in front of property extending 200 feet to the west of the property. • Design driveway entrance from Chino Hills Parkway to be right-in/right-out and left-in. Parking and Drive-thru The proposed project requires a total of 126 parking spaces and will be providing 133 spaces as shown in the table below. ! Parking Requirement Proposed Use and Required Number of Spaces Provided Square Footage 11111 - eneral Retail — 121 spaces at 1 space per 200 s.f. of 128 spaces 24,220 s.f. gross floor area 080 Meeting Date:April 1, 2008 Page: 9 SUBJECT: TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714 AND SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10 41:- ADA parking 5 spaces at 2% of total provided on site 5 spaces (included within the total provided parking spaces) 126 total parking spaces required 133 total spaces provided 2 loading spaces required The development will have a reciprocal parking agreement. The retail tenants are anticipated to include service type uses with short-term visits. Therefore, the number of provided parking spaces will be more than adequate to support the CVS Pharmacy and retail uses on site. In addition to the vehicle parking, the project is required to provide a number of bicycle parking spaces equal to 10% of the required vehicle parking spaces, therefore 12 bicycle spaces will be provided. The drive-thru entrance for the pharmacy is located along the west side of the CVS building, with the pick-up window and speaker located at the north end of the building. architecture The proposed building design is representative of CVS's corporate architecture using the signature round canopy entrance and split-face block detailing. CVS BUILDING MATERIAL COLOR MANUFACTURER Walls Pale Yellow _ STO Premium System _ _ Split-face Block Accent Auburn Angelus Block Cornice Terra Cotta STO Premium System The multi-tenant retail building will compliment the CVS building using a similar color scheme and split-face block veneer. Metal canopies and tile accents add detail to the building. MULTI-TENANT RETAIL BUILDING MATERIAL COLOR MANUFACTURER Main Wall Terra STO Premium Accent Wall Pale Yellow STO Premium Accent Wall Muslin STO Premium Accent Wall Pale Celery STO Premium 411, Spilt-face Block Accent Auburn Angelus Block Cornice Terra Cotta STO Premium System 081 Meeting Date: April 1, 2008 Page: 10 SUBJECT: TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714 AND SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10 htinq The project will include on-site lighting for parking and security. The City has a lighting consultant that will review the project's photometric lighting plan to ensure that the outdoor light fixtures to be installed are designed or located in such a manner as to contain the direct rays from the lights on-site and to avoid spillover of light onto adjacent properties (Condition of Approval#s 28, 29, 30). Landscaping and Retaining Wall The preliminary landscape plans call for 36% of the overall site to be landscaped within the property lines. This complies with the requirement of the Development Code, which calls for a minimum of 20% of the site to be landscaped, including 5% of the parking lot. The project site slopes downward at the northern portion of the site towards an existing 6-foot high retaining wall on the adjacent church/school site. CVS is proposing a 9-foot high keystone retaining wall along their northern property line, adjacent to the church/school. The existing retaining wall on the church/school site will not be disturbed. The maximum wall height within required setbacks in the C-N zone is 9 feet. To soften the keystone wall, cell pockets will be incorporated into the wall and will be planted with 1-gallon container of periwinkle per cell (See Landscape Plans in Exhibit A ond Condition of Approval #33). Signs The applicant has included a conceptual sign program for the development (Exhibit A). The sign program includes a 25-foot high pylon sign at the corner of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive, and two 7-foot high monument signs at each driveway entrance on Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive. The signs are located outside of the required clear-sight areas. The colors and materials of the signs will match the architectural design of the buildings using split-face block detailing. Prior to installation of any signs, an application shall be submitted for review and approval by the Community Development Department (Condition of Approval #27). PUBLIC COMMENTS Notices of the public hearing regarding this project were mailed to property owners beyond the legally required 300-foot radius of the project site on March 7, 2008. The description of the proposal and the hearing date were also published in the Chino Champion on March 8, 2008. In addition to the notices above, staff sent the Notice of Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration directly to various public agencies, including utility agencies and Caltrans, as these agencies might have comments or concerns regarding the project. As of the writing of this report, Staff received comment letters from Caltrans, the Southern California Association of Governments, and the oboba Band of Luiseno Indians. Responses to the letters are attached as Exhibit D. 082 Meeting Date:April 1, 2008 Page: 11 SUBJECT: TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714 AND SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10 likIVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT: An Environmental review has been completed for the project pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines and the City of Chino Hills Local Procedures for Implementing CEQA and is recommended for approval. Although the proposed Project could have a significant effect on cultural resources, geology/soils, and traffic, there will not be a significant effect in this case because the mitigation measures described in the Initial Study have been added to the Project, which reduce these impacts to less than significant. The Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program was published and made available for public review on March 10, 2008. The comment period ended on March 31, 2008. Staff recommends the adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program. Respectfully submitted, Recom II ended by: A ft) Christine Kelly Zai Abu Bakar Community Development Director Assistant Community Development Director— Development Services Prepared by: Betty Donavanik Senior Planner Attachments: Resolution Conditions of Approval Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration Mitigation Monitoring Program Exhibit A— Project Plans Exhibit B — Sign Program Exhibit C — Comment Letters and Responses Affidavit of Mailing Public Notices Mailing Lists 411 083 1181 MINUTES PLANNING COMMISSION CITY OF CHINO HILLS April 1, 2008 REGULAR MEETING Chairman Braun called the Regular Meeting of the Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills to order at 7:00 p.m. ROLL CALL PRESENT: COMMISSIONERS: ART BENNETT ABRAHAM HOVSEPIAN ADAM ELIASON MICHAEL BRAUN ABSENT: COMMISSIONERS: KAREN BRISTOW Amil6ALSO PRESENT: CHRIS KELLY, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR MOP WINSTON WARD — ASSISTANT DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR — BUILDING SERVICES BETTY DONAVANIK, SENIOR PLANNER STEVE NIX, ASSISTANT CITY ENGINEER ELIZABETH CALCIANO, ATTORNEY PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG Chairman Braun led the Assembly in the Pledge of Allegiance. ITEM #4 - PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no public comments. ITEM #5 - CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS a. Minutes of the Planning Commission Meeting of March 18, 2008. COMMISSION ACTION: The Planning Commission approved Item 5a as presented. MOTION: Eliason ECOND: Hovsepian AYES: Bennett, Hovsepian, Eliason, Braun 084 WES: None ABSENT: Bristow ABSTAIN: Abstain ITEM #6 — PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION ITEMS a. None ITEM #7 — PUBLIC HEARING a. Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program, Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 and Site Plan Review 04SPR10: A request for approval of Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 and Site Plan Review 04SPR10 for the construction and operation of a 13,020-square foot CVS Pharmacy with a drive-thru and a detached 11,200-square foot multi-tenant retail building on a 3.47-acre site. The project site is located at the northwest corner of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive and is zoned C-N Neighborhood Commercial. Applicant: Tricor Southwest Corporation, 2062 Business Center Drive, Suite 115, Irvine, CA 92612 ittecommendation: Adopt a resolution approving Initial Study/Mitigated Negative eclaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program, Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 and Site Plan Review 04SPR10 based on the findings of facts and subject to the Conditions of Approval. Senior Planner Betty'Donavanik made the presentation to the Commission. The Planning Commission expressed concerns regarding traffic, 24-hour operation, Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) licensing in proximity to schools, and signage to which Staff responded. Mr. Roger Barbosa, Management and Entitlement Consultant, Milestone Management, 1422 S. Allec St., Ste. C, Anaheim, working with Tricor Southwest on this project also responded to the Commission's concerns. He thanked the Commission for hearing their case and extended appreciation to the Staff for their guidance. He introduced Chad Hagle, President, Tricor Southwest Corporation, as well as an entire team of architectural and traffic consultants who were available to answer the Commission's concerns, including Brian Wolf, the civil engineer, and Steve Jordan, the architect on the project. The Development Code is silent on hours of operation for uses that are permitted by right. Also, the adjacent properties will not be affected by the 24-hour operation since he Mission Apartments west of the site will be buffered by the retail building and a 411k etention basin; and the church/school to the north of the site will not be occupied during late night hours. Planning Commission Minutes -2- April 1,2008 085 I. Alcoholic beverage sales for off-site consumption is allowed by right within a drug-store greater than 10,000 square feet, and is regulated by ABC licensing. The Sign Program proposed with the development is in conformance with the Development Code. The Commission voiced concerns regarding the architecture of the retail building due to the location of the development being at the corner of a prominent intersection of the City. The Commission approved the Mitigated Negative Declaration, Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714, and Site Plan Review 04SPR10 with the stipulation that the applicant explore enhancing the architecture with more articulation and a different color scheme. The applicant has agreed to work with Staff on revising the design for the retail building and come back to the Commission for approval of the final design. COMMISSION ACTION: The Planning Commission approved Item 7a with the following amended or added Conditions of Approval: 1. Amended Condition of Approval #19 to read, "The applicant shall provide enhanced pavement at the CVS building's main entry and driveway entrances. All ADA paths shall be striped in compliance with ADA requirements." 2. Amend Condition of Approval #26 to read, "Prior to Occupancy of the first building, the applicant shall construct the following Caltrans required improvements: • Dual lanes for eastbound left turn lane at the intersection of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive and any associated striping improvements on westbound Chino Hills Parkway necessary to provide smooth traffic transition. • Construct raised median on Chino Hills Parkway in front of property extending 200 feet to the west of the property. • Design driveway entrance from Chino Hills Parkway to be right-in/right-out and left-in. A Caltrans Encroachment Permit is required for off-site mitigation work consisting of raised center median and proposed driveway and sidewalk." 3. Amend Condition of Approval #39 to read, "All drainage shall be collected by on- site storm drains and deposited into an approved system as determined by the II Building Official and City Engineer. 4. Amend Condition of Approval #65 to read, "All improvements within public right- of-way or private right-of-way shall be built to City Standards and in accordance Planning Commission Minutes -3- April 1,2008 086 ID with the current edition "Standard Specification for Public Works Construction" and the City of Chino Hills Development Code. All improvements within the public right-of-way shall be bonded in accordance with "Subdivision Map Act" prior to recordation of Final Map if the improvements are not finished prior to the recordation of the final map. All improvements shall bond for 100% of approved cost estimate to construct improvements and in accordance with the "Subdivision Agreement and Improvement Securities Policy" adopted by the City of Chino Hills unless constructed and approved prior to recordation of Final Map. Prior to Bond Release and/or Bond Reduction of the improvements and prior to acceptance of the improvements by the City, "As-Builts" for the improvements shall be submitted and approved by the City Engineer." 5. Amend Condition of Approval #81 to read, "All public improvements shall bond for 100% of approved cost estimate to construct improvements and in accordance with the "Subdivision Agreement and Improvement Securities Policy" adopted by the City of Chino Hills unless constructed and approved prior to recordation of Final Map." 6. Amend Condition of Approval #104 to read, "All public improvements shall bond for 100% of approved cost estimate to construct improvements and in 41111 accordance with the "Subdivision Agreement and Improvement Securities Policy" adopted by the City of Chino Hills unless constructed and approved prior to recordation of Final Map." 7. Add Condition of Approval to read, "Prior to occupancy, the applicant shalt re- stripe Carbon Canyon Road at Chino Hills Parkway to provide two dedicated right turn lanes and one shared left turn lane, unless prior to issuance of building permits, the applicant submits a traffic study acceptable to the City Engineer and reviewed by Caltrans demonstrating that existing conditions do not warrant the re-striping. 8. Add Condition of Approval to read, "No advertising for cigarettes and/or alcoholic beverages shall be permitted onsite, or in windows of the CVS building or the retail building visible to the exterior. 9. Add Condition of Approval to read, "The guardrail located to the north of the site shall be aesthetically compatible with the proposed development. Decorative materials and/or landscaping shall be used to ensure compatibility." 10.Add Condition of Approval to read, "The roll-up door located on the east elevation of the CVS building shall be painted the same color as the wall/elevation where is located." 0 11.Add Condition of Approval to read, "If the property that is the subject of this Site Plan Review is at any point owned by different parties, each property owner shall be responsible to the City to complete all improvements or pay all fees required Planning Commission Minutes -4- April 1, 2008 0 8 11101) by the Site Plan. Nothing in this condition shall prevent the parties from assigning responsibility between themselves for these obligations." 12.Add Condition of Approval to read, "The applicant shall return with final elevations for the retail building to the Planning Commission for final review and approval of aesthetic consideration. The Planning Commission review and approval shall be noticed subject to the Brown Act." MOTION: Bennett SECOND: Eliason AYES: Bennett, Hovsepian, Eliason, Braun NOES: None ABSENT: Bristow ABSTAIN: None All Planning Commission decisions may be appealed to the City Council. An appeal of a Planning Commission decision must be filed with the City Clerk within ten (10) working days of the meeting. Please contact the City Clerk at (909) 364- 2620 for further information about filing an appeal or obtaining an appeal application. 11110EM #8 - STAFF PRESENTATIONS None. ITEM #9 - COMMISSION INFORMATION None. ITEM #10 - COMMISSIONER COMMENTS Commissioner Bennett asked if Staff has heard anything from Walgreens regarding the Caltrans encroachment issue. Ms. Donavanik replied that they still have not received their encroachment permit from Caltrans. The Walgreens grading plans are under review. ITEM #11 - STAFF COMMENTS Chairman Braun adjourned the Planning Commission meeting of April 1, 2008 at 9:55 p.m. to the next regularly scheduled meeting of April 15, 2008. Karen Pulvers, Planning Commission Secretary Planning Commission Minutes -5- April 1,2008 088 Page 1 of 1 Diana Sturgeon Fr vjvaughan@Juno corn S Monday, May 12, 2008 12:39 PM i } 1")t; I To: Curt Hagman Subject: CVS Proposed Development , , _' ' 'ara/ � J da �1-i CVS PHARMACY AND RETAIL PROJECT May 12, 2008 Dear Mayor Hagman: It's time. It's time to develop the corner of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton for the good of all the citizens in Chino Hills and the commuters who pass this way daily. During numerous council meetings I have observed the City Council taking time to address the concerns of the city's residents. Your action and involvement prove your desire to uphold the sacred duty of Chino Hills: keeping families first. For that, I thank you. Although I accept the approved plans for the CVS Pharmacy and retail center for the corner mentioned above, I do respectfully object to and ask you, as a Council Member,to review and reject the proposal to allow both the pharmacy and retail shops to be 24-hour operations. This is NOT in keeping with our"keeping families first"priority. In on to the requested length-of-operation, I also ask that you reject the request for an alcohol license to the CVS ph cy. While it is every resident's right to purchase and consume these beverages, Chino Hills already has several licensed establishments for the purchase of alcoholic beverages. This intersection is located at the center of three residential areas with high concentrations of children. As a guardian of the interests of each Chino Hills resident, I encourage you to carefully consider these requests and to make them part of the Conditions of Approval for this project. Let's remember the goal of Chino Hills: keeping families first. Sincerely, Valerie Vaughan 3357 Tupelo St. Chino Hills, CA 91709 909-597-6697 Internet Security Software-Click here. • ID 2 5/12/2008 Page 1 of 1 Diana Sturgeon From: Stephen Howard [stephenmhoward@yahoo corn] Sent: Tuesday, May 13, 2008 2 13 PM To: Gwenn Norton-Perry Subject: COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY, 16428 CANON LANE ' Council Member Norton-Perry, I am writing to you in reference to tonight's agenda item: CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 07CUP008 AND MAJOR VARIANCE 07MJV003 — PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY, 16428 CANON LANE I am a resident of Canon Lane and I am within 150 feet of the tower. Because I am not certain I will be able to attend the meeting, I want to make my concerns known. First, it appears the tower is going to be thrust upon us whether we like it or not. The county and staff have been working on this for some time and we were only recently informed. We are at an obvious disadvantage, I suspect by design. If this is the case, and it cannot be stopped, then I would at least hope for some consideration of our concerns. If the structure is to be built, the present look is absolutely unacceptable. No one would be happy with this in his or her neighborhood. It seems, for some unknown reason, the county and the staff thinks it's okay to place this eyesore on Canon Lane. The structure, as planned, would never be tolerated in any other residential neighborhood in Chino Hills. It will be more visible then any other tower in town and will be an ugly landmark to people driving to Chino Hills through the canyon. There are several towers in town and everyone I observed are either in a mercantile area or, if anywhere near housing, are at least semi presentable. If this is going to be rammed through, at the very least, have some thought for those of us who have to live with it. Have the county pay for an independent consultant to advise the best way to hide the thing. They obviously have no idea. I find it incredible that we were not consulted in the least about this project even though, as I understand, this has been in the planning stage for over two years. Why? Our property values will be impacted. Everyone of us will be selling our homes sometime. If the tower is there, property values will be diminished, 10% by some calculations, multiply that by at least 20 effected homes and subtract that from Chino Hills tax rolls. You understand the same problem as it relates to proposed Edison towers. I would hope those of us on Canon Lane would get at least the same consideration. By the way, is the city charging San Bernardino for the land? I could go on about my doubts as the real necessity of the tower but I'll consider myself lucky if you have read this far. I apologize for the tone of this letter but I'm sure you recognize this becomes and emotional and economic problem when a neighborhood is disturbed with no consideration for the residents. 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"'•-';'4, ;_ge-",V^,' , ,:::.s.,i-',' 7, •. 1'.•-Z.K.,..k-I' ,, • '' :4, ''' ',\ 'orior1 V r' .1.,'.....',.-..:‘..,...:'' ' % ',L.A.,'' -\'t •; ' It.t-4 - ''''.''' • -kiitAl.,4'4'. -.1 k 14 ,a-,,-,;• •1,\- 0 .:,..f: ::.,.:., ,1....• .....,,,,,,, , ., . •,. .,.._— --;iii •--- •,,..•., -...••.-... ,,..F -__, „,-..‘"r,•`,,;"''''','...:V... - s, 1. AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE: MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM, TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 18714, AND SITE PLAN REVIEW 04SPR10 STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO )ss. CITY OF CHINO HILLS ) I, Luz Recca, do hereby certify that a copy of a Public Meeting Notice regarding Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program, Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714, and Site Plan Review 04SPR10, was mailed to each and every opperson set forth on the attached list on May 21, 2008. Mailing of this document was completed by placing a copy of said document in an envelope, with postage prepaid, and depositing same in the U.S. Mail at Chino Hills, California. I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Dated at Chino Hills, California, May 21, 2008. r- -4--'cL- Luz Recca, ommunity Development Secretary • 476.T.:4",-17Try, 477.44`,,.ta,,,, , ,. ,-.A,, t ...,:"Ii 4.". ,c.,,''-• m•. . ' ' - :-r.!!,r.;: • F._.•' ''''4):'ilf,- ;Pdj.%A ; :I'M'-'0-..-4;%-. ..,,,,H4i1g-T-t;;-.4,.',.x::,i':',1.-;;;,/,:'''': -.;,•:;_-,:..:-: ;-4" _sv ' .---:, ( TTP '"S.,' '4 - . ,: g*Tgal'itAVAtitet 4t: r .1 -, .r ,V.,' _,,.'4-,.... ,, • ' ,,'...:,i14' 1,,,,-',:, 4 , .4,va.., , _. - „.-.11-;...,44...pw„,,,tv„,-4-.,.;.,4 1--,-te-:.'"---;',7-4..----'''.1''''-:,-- ,'-744' .— ir--..1._=-2a-- --- IIIMIL:.''''. A, 1 ??Lt= - ----% ,. ,70.-- ,- ,---.. ..','Y"---4.--,-4.,,,r. 'i'4- ‘,, ','TrAV,-7, : '1:=f1 -...: "-'7-- ---"`" -. .iiimeir__4$.—""V! ...._ ITIlic...,I -:41.11 .,7*. ilM -,. 4.• ' -.." ".,.v. City of .. a- — ''',17, --= CITY OF CHINO HILLS Chino Hills teri INCORPORATED 19•1 PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE i - .., _7.1-IcE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills will hold a public meeting on Tuesday,June 3, 08, at 7:00 p.m.,in the Council Chambers of the City Hall,2001 Grand Avenue,Chino Hills,CA,to consider the following project. • ASE NO.: Architectural review of the Multi-tenant Retail ..wr' ,. or: v , , Building located within the CVS Pharmacy center a4mittfte;53.--.-,--' . ,A.., i .,,,;....r.‘ ii,,,,,'":•-: ' ,.' '''-, ;;;,-- ,,, • ' site(Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation ,---4a_ , ,, ,,4:^,,'','':i',a ,ji- .,e. ,'`?!. Monitoring Program, Tentative Parcel Map No. E,-)/N!cittifik. -",.:=-'.',',„ .•:':';' ' 1- ''''"" /(,:,!,:,: °!oet•;,ria,T., ' 18714, and Site Plan Review 04SPR10) -=; r. -"';'ril'''.T-;',' •1+ • 1 ' •''' '7- ii il . ' ,,''. ,-;;•.-,,e- st.Mit , . / " ''''" oral= -- oWNER/APPLICANT: Tricor Southwest Corporation ' ... • .,:sumo tazi, ', / „,-- .;'-%., '—,-, ,,,,:, 7.,1 1 V 2062 Business Center Drive :,••••_,.16.to s issi 1-...: .,/"'A' ' 1 ' '''': , 11'I. Suite 115 0,- . '-,.--, I'c:,-.s- .,,--1„ ;",,:.'k'0771',P,',.',.5,'Irf114,Pki•On1;1,..i$:411,,I .'':':,,,ri,,,,,,,i,i,4 . , - Irvine, CA 92612' . -,,,,I,>,•, ',, ,;-.,'„,-- ..vs.:: i'=:'-Z,V4:' ,ij 1; '".P.,‹ .). ' ".,1:7 `: „Ili ,,,;`,' r 4 PROPOSAL: A request from Tricor Southwest Corporation,for i;;`''‘:'"5.:',-, :,N. ,"', ,,:s.'1',-1,--1:':?' ,,' •,'-:',It. :3 ---,...i.....---- approval of the architecture of an 11,200-square ; ;A.., ,,„0 A, ..';I , ,.:'h''' 'fr,,-1 T..,I''Z' ''1"''4. '1"11 ...,,,,,, , - , . , 1. _ , ,„r,,,,,, . .k,,,,x+, . ',,j,,,., , -,,pi, . foot,multi-tenant retail building located within the l'" -,, . 'I,-.=,':.r!,,;‘,,,t, :'.,,t,t,4,:,,,,,,,,, . •,.; ‘-LII CVS Pharmacy center site,located at the - --f 411. northwest corner of Chino Hills Parkway and Peyton Drive. The entitlements for the project was approved by the City Council of the City of 'P" "'I'''i : '%'' -," 1. 1Z7:' '''''A-1`11 I F1'11 r • •, , ,.,,.....-- .., ‘,...‘ , , ,,.. , ,., , ,.,.....,„ •.,. N— iltrom=• , , . ' i L ,. - .--,1 Chino Hills on May 13,2008 under Tentative Parcel Map No. 18714 and Site Plan Review -4_-4;;A''''"" i,1,:, ..'-- Project Site 04SPR10. This public meeting is only for the ,;-,A1,-i,i s. , -, ., ., f'xkl!'n,17:-7 - le \ - ' A-, ''*,,,AA ''' ' ' ''s '!s'Of i• '4.3(' ' /6, 'c architectural review of the multi-tenant retail building. '''';' ',A•-;`,%;,00-:l'..,'':'h":'',''':-./:d 1 '';''!-"-;'.''';;*ti.5.` *kW(' , ...;cog..r,,,, '',.,,,,,;•,\:. ',, eke,-,,,,,,..5 :!.-4,,,3191'-'L'i`7-'7ta?r5p,:4 ...V'. . LOCATION: Northwest corner of Chino Hills Parkway and 4"ii";"*-P4:'' ' -- `-- '"k*114-40411t Peyton Drive Vicinity Map A.P.N.: 1032-261-09 and 1032-261-10 ENVIRONMENTAL A determination has been made that the proposed project has incorporated adequate mitigation and will REVIEW: not have a significant impact on the environment, and a Mitigated Negative Declaration and a Mitigation Monitoring Program was adopted by the City Council of the City of Chino Hills on May 13, 2008. The Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program and all other documents referenced herein are available for public review from 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday and 7:30 AM to 7:00 PM Tuesday, in the Community Development Department, City Hall, 2001 Grand Avenue, Chino Hills, CA. The documents are also available at the James S. Thalman Chino Hills Branch Library, located at 2003 Grand Avenue,Chino Hills,CA. STAFF: Christine Kelly, Community Development Director Betty Donavanik, Senior Planner NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that if you challenge the above described project in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public meeting described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the City at,or prior to,the public meeting. 41111)ERSONS INTERESTED are invited to be present at the public meeting. All persons may give testimony at the time and place ted above. Additional information regarding this project may be obtained from Betty Donavanik, Senior Planner, with the Community Development Department at(909)364-2777. Signature: Betty Donavanik, Senior Planner City Council: Ed M. Graham Curt Hagman WC. "Bill"Kruger Gwenn E. Norton-Perry Peter J.Rogers 2001 Grand Avenue, Chino Hills, CA 91709 • (909) 364-2600 • FAX (909) 364-2695 • vvww.chinohills.org —I-- . 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