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08-09-2016 CC Rpt 23CM2016-061 Date: 08-09-2016 61t6&qy Item No.: 23 MEMORANDUM DATE: August 3, 2016 TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council FROM: Konradt Bartlam, City Manav, RE: PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION REGARDING AGENDA ITEM 7B. EXTENSION OF TIME NO. 16EX` OS FOR TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 18393 TO SUBDIVIDE 34.73 ACRES OF LAND TO CREATE 28 SINGLE- FAMILY RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES LOCATED NORTHWEST OF CARBON CANYON ROAD AND EAST OF FAIRWAY DRIVE STONEFIELD At their meeting on August 2, 2016, the Planning Commission (Commission) received a presentation from staff; and resumed the public hearing to consider a request from the applicant to grant a three-year extension of time for Tentative Tract Map No. 18393, which was originally approved by the City Council on October 27, 2009. The approved tentative map, known as the Stonefield development, subdivides 34.73 acres of vacant land to create 28 single-family residential properties and 14 lots for open space and private street and access purposes. The Commission received testimony from four speakers (Khader Hamide, Billie Ward, Erik Simonsen, and Brad Goldman) expressing opposition to the requested extension of time. The speakers expressed concerns about the increased traffic on Carbon Canyon and the resulting delays, air quality, and safety concerns. Concerns were also expressed regarding the grading required for the project, the property being listed for sale, and the availability of water to serve the new project and existing development. Following the fourth speaker, a representative for the applicant (Elizabeth Camacho) was invited to address the Commission. The applicant's representative noted that the concerns discussed by the speakers and the Commission were adequately evaluated in the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) prepared for the project as part of the original approval and that significant time and funds have been invested in pursuing the development of the project, including submittals to the City. The Commission inquired whether the property is being listed for sale and about the applicant's efforts to implement the traffic mitigation measure. The applicant's representative responded that the property is currently listed for sale while the applicant pursues the development of the project, and that any purchaser of the property would also be anticipated to pursue the construction of the project. Plans for the construction of 300/332 August 3, 2016 CM2016F061 Page Two the traffic mitigation measure have not yet been submitted to Caltrans, according to the applicant's representative, as efforts are currently underway to acquire the necessary property for the widening of Carbon Canyon Road to accommodate the acceleration/deceleration lanes specified in the traffic mitigation measure. Addressing staff, the Commission inquired about the consideration of noise and safety concerns in the EIR, consideration of changed circumstances in deciding whether to grant the extension, the potential for erosion during project grading activities, and water availability to serve the project. Staff responded that noise and safety impacts were analyzed and addressed in the project EIR. Significant changes in circumstances surrounding the development of a project could warrant additional review prior to granting an extension of time, however, staff considered the current nature of the project and its surrounding environment and did not identify significant changes that would result in new project impacts and warrant additional study and review. The project approval included the imposition of Conditions of Approval and mitigation measures intended to address potential erosion of soil during and after project grading activities. The City's adopted Urban Water Management Plan assessed the City's water supplies and found that current and anticipated future water supplies are. sufficient to serve the buildout of the City, including the subject project, consistent with the General Plan. Wanting the opportunity to assess potentially changed circumstances affecting the project on a more frequent basis, the Commission made a motion to reduce the extension from the requested three years to two years. The vote on this motion was divided, with Commissioners Voigt and Stover voting yes, and Chair Larson and Commissioner Romero voting no. Staff inquired whether the Commission had interest in additional studies or in reducing the extension to a term less than two years. The Commission then made a second motion to adopt a resolution approving Extension of Time No. 16EXT05, granting a one- year extension for Tentative Tract Map No. 18393. The Commission adopted this resolution, 3-1-1 (Commissioner Romero dissented and Commissioner Eliason was absent). K13:JL:RG:ssr 301 /332 PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDA STAFF REPORT 4 Meeting Date: August 2, 2016 Public Hearing: Q _ al`li](? �'�IllDiscussion Item: CaS Consent Item: LJ July 26, 2016 Agenda Item No.: 7b TO: CHAIRMAN AND PLANNING COMMISSIONERS FROM: JOANN LOMBARDO, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR SUBJECT: EXTENSION OF TIME NO. 16EXT05 FOR TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 18393 TO SUBDIVIDE 34.73 ACRES OF LAND TO CREATE 28 SINGLE- FAMILY RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES LOCATED NORTHWEST OF CARBON CANYON ROAD AND EAST OF FAIRWAY DRIVE — STONEFIELD EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The applicant, Ausmas Properties, LLC, is requesting approval of a three-year extension of time for Tentative Tract Map (TTM) No. 18393, known as the Stonefield development, which was originally approved by the City Council on October 27, 2009. The approved tentative map would subdivide 34.73 acres of vacant land to create 28 single-family residential properties and 14 lots for open space and private street and access purposes. The recommendation of approval for the extension of time is based on the provisions of Municipal Code Section 83.041105, which allows for an extension of time for tentative tract maps by mutual consent of the subdivider and the Planning Commission. Additionally, staff's recommendation is based upon a review of the applicant's circumstances and the Conditions of Approval implemented with the approval of TTM No. 18393. RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends that the Planning Commission resume the public hearing and adopt the attached resolution approving Extension of Time No. 16EXT05 for TTM No. 18393, based on the findings of fact as listed in the attached Resolution and subject to the Conditions of Approval. BACKGROUND Prior to the Planning Commission meeting on July 5, 2016, the applicant requested that their item be continued due to the inability of a key team member to attend the meeting. Staff presented the request for a continuance to the Planning Commission with a recommendation that the item be continued to August 2, 2016. The Planning Commission inquired about the scope of the review and the parameters for determining whether to grant the extension of time. Staff responded that the Planning Commission must consider the extent to which the project continues to meet the findings for the approval of a tentative map; if the findings for the approval of the tentative map can be met, the extension of time will be granted. The Commission inquired whether the increase in traffic on Carbon Canyon Road since the project was originally approved 302/332 Meeting Date: August 2, 2016 Page: 2 SUBJECT: Extension of Time No. 16EXT05 for Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 would constitute a changed circumstance that would potentially require additional review and consideration. While the traffic has increased on Carbon Canyon Road, staff noted, the vehicle trips to be generated by the project have not increased and would not represent a significant change in project impacts. The Planning Commission opened the public hearing and received testimony from three speakers. The speakers expressed concerns about the increased traffic on Carbon Canyon and the resulting delays and safety concerns. Concerns were also expressed regarding changes in development standards, concentration of development in Carbon Canyon, and the availability of water and recycled water to serve the new project and existing development. The Commission responded that the City does review the project for conformance with current development standards as part of the review of an extension of time request. Staff indicated that recycled water infrastructure is not available in Carbon Canyon. The Planning Commission continued the public hearing to its regularly scheduled meeting on August 2, 2016. PUBLIC COMMENTS As of the writing of this staff report, staff has not received any correspondence concerning the proposed Extension of Time for TTM 18393. Respectfully submitted, �L Joann Lombardo Community Development Director Attachments; Resolution Recommended by: yan ack�§fetter Senior Planner Exhibit "A" — Conditions of Approval Exhibit °B" — Tentative Tract Map 17361 Planning Commission Staff Report (July 5, 2016) (Please see the Agenda Packet for the July 5, attachments to the Staff Report) 2016, meeting for the 303/332 RESOLUTION NO, PC 2016 — A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA APPROVING EXTENSION OF TIME NO. 16EXT05 FOR TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 18393 TO SUBDIVIDE 34.73 ACRES OF LAND TO CREATE 28 SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES LOCATED NORTHWEST OF CARBON CANYON ROAD AND EAST OF FAIRWAY DRIVE THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: fact: SECTION 1. The Planning Commission does hereby make the following findings of A. The applicant, Ausmas Properties, LLC, requested approval for a 36-month extension of time for Tentative Tract Map (TTM) No. 18393, which was originally approved by the City Council on October 27, 2009. The approved tentative map would subdivide 34.73 acres of vacant land to create 28 single-family residential properties and 14 lots for open space and private street and access purposes. B. The site is located on the northwest side of Carbon Canyon Road and east of Fairway Drive. The property is legally described as Assessor's Parcel Numbers 1031-011-07 and 37 as shown in the latest records of the Office of the Tax Assessor of the County of San Bernardino. C. The property is zoned Planned Development (PD) 18-157, and has a General Plan land use designation of Low Density Residential. D. An environmental review was completed for the project and an Environmental Impact Report (EIR), Statement of Overriding Considerations, and Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program were adopted by the City Council on October 27, 2009, pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines and the City of Chino Hills Local Procedures for Implementing CEQA. As the current application requests an extension of time for the project as it was approved, the prior EIR adequately addressed the effects of the proposed project. No substantial changes have been made in the project, no substantial changes in the circumstances under which the project is being undertaken, and no new information of substantial importance to the project which was not known or could not have been known when the EIR was adopted have become known. 1 OF 7 304/332 F. Tentative Tract Map No, 18393 was approved by the City Council at a duly noticed public hearing on October 27, 2009. Pursuant to the Conditions of Approval, the expiration date for the tentative map was established as October 27, 2012, G. In the mid 2000's, a downturn in the residential market occurred that delayed the final map and ultimate construction of the approved project. This downturn affected development throughout the state of California, causing the state legislature to enact a series of statutes that automatically extended the expiration dates of valid tentative maps that met the criteria specified in each statue. TTM No. 18393 satisfied the criteria of two of the extension statutes: Assembly Bill No. 208 (enacted on July 13, 2011) and Assembly Bill No. 116 (enacted on July 11, 2013). Each of these assembly bills extends the expiration date of any approved tentative map or vesting tentative map that meets the specified criteria and that has not expired as of the effective date of the legislation by twenty-four (24) months. Thus, the expiration date of TTM No. 18393 was extended to October 27, 2014, by Assembly Bill No. 208 and to October 27, 2016, by Assembly Bill No. 116. H. The applicant submitted a formal request for a 36-month extension of time for TTM No. 18393 on May 6, 2016, more than 30 days prior to the expiration date for the tentative map, in conformance with the provisions of Section 83.040220(f) of Appendix D of the Chino Hills Municipal Code. The Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills held a duly noticed public hearing on July 5, 2016, to review and consider the staff report prepared for the project, receive public testimony, and review all correspondence received on the project. At the request of the applicant, the Planning Commission continued the public hearing to August 2, 2016. J. The Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills held a duly noticed public hearing on August 2, 2016, 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 hearing held for the project, and upon studies and investigations made by the Planning Commission and on its behalf, the Planning Commission does hereby find that there have been no changes to the project or surroundings that alter the findings made by the City Council on October 27, 2009, relative to the approval of Tentative Tract Map No. 18393, and therefore the Planning Commission makes the following findings for Extension of Time No. 16EXT05 pursuant to Section 83.040110 (c) of the Municipal Code, as follows: A. FINDING: The proposed subdivision, together with the provisions for its design and conceptual improvements, is consistent with the General Plan. 20177 305/332 FACT: The project site is designated as Low Density Residential on the General Plan Land Use Map and is zoned Planned Development (PD) 18- 157. The General Plan allows for a density of up to six dwelling units per acre in the Low Density Residential areas. PD 18-157 allows for the development of up to 46 dwelling units with a minimum lot size of 12,000 square feet. The proposed project consists of 28 single-family residential lots on 34.73 acres, which yields a density of 0.81 dwelling units per acre; the proposed lot sizes range from 12,074 square feet to 36,955 square feet and average approximately 16,464 square feet. The proposed project is consistent with the General Plan Land Use Map and the provisions of PD 18-157. Therefore, the granting of Extension of Time No. 16 EXT05 for TTM No. 18393 is consistent with the Chino Hills General Plan. B. FINDING: The site is physically suitable for the type and proposed density of development. FACT: The tentative tract map includes 28 single-family residential lots, open space, roads, and associated infrastructure. The residential lots will range in size between 12,074 square feet and 36,995 square feet and average approximately 14,464 square feet. The lots will be clustered with ribbons of landscaped slopes throughout the development to provide view sheds and a sense of openness throughout the development. The 28 residential lots are proposed to occur on 10.61 acres; 18.47 acres of open space will be provided in the project, including manufactured slopes and natural open space. The existing knoll in the norther portion of the site will be preserved as part of the 8.93 acres of natural open space that will be retained by the project. The Planned Development allows for a maximum of 46 dwelling units and the General Plan allows a maximum density of 6 dwelling units per acre. The proposed project consists of 28 single-family residential lots within a 34.73-acre project site; the density of the proposed project is 0.81 dwelling units per acre. Therefore, the reduced density of the project and the site planning ensure physical suitability of the site for the development type and proposed density. 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: An Environmental impact Report, Statement of Overriding Considerations, and Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program were adopted for the project, which identified potentially significant impacts and incorporated appropriate mitigation measures for the proposed project. Specifically Mitigation Measures BR-1 and BR-2 will mitigate the project's impacts on fish and/or wildlife or their habitat reduce the impact to a level that is less than significant.. 3OF7 306/332 D. FINDING: The design of the subdivision or the type of improvements are not likely to cause serious public health problems. FACT: The design of the and utilities to serve the acceptable by the City'; Department, and the Chin and safety standards. The subject to the Conditions public health problems tract map, including improvements for access subdivision, have been reviewed and found Building and Safety Division, Engineering 3 Valley Fire District in accordance with health Yore, the development of the proposed project, of Approval, is not anticipated cause serious E. FINDING: The design of the subdivision or the type of improvements will not conflict with easements acquired by the public at large for access through or use of property within the proposed subdivision. FACT: There are no established public easements over the property in question. The project is a gated community that will not conflict with public access on Fairway Drive or Carbon Canyon Road. Emergency vehicles will have full access at both gate locations. The design and construction of the intersections of the private streets and Fairway Drive shall be reviewed and approved by the City's Engineering Department, to ensure safe and effective vehicular circulation. 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 were considered in the design of the site layout. Further, the project is required to comply with Mitigation Measures CC -'I through CC-9, which will aid in identifying and providing passive or natural heating and cooling opportunities.. 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 Planned Development allows for a maximum of 46 dwelling units and the General Plan allows a maximum density of 6 dwelling units per acre. The proposed project consists of 28 single-family residential lots within a 34.73-acre project site; the density of the proposed project is 0.81 dwelling units per acre. The proposed project meets all applicable development standards in the Planned Development, including setbacks, building height limit, open space, parking, circulation and access, and landscaping. Best Management Practices are incorporated into the plans to comply with air and water quality requirements of various agencies in the region. Construction plans are required to comply with standard engineering practices and the Uniform Building Code. 40F7 307/332 H. FINDING: If the proposed subdivision is a conversion of residential real property into a condominium project, a community apartment project or a stock cooperative project, the Planning Agency must make the additional finding that the proposed subdivision shall comply with the requirements of California Government Code Sections 66427.1(a) and 66452.10 prior to approving the proposed subdivision. FACT: The proposed subdivision is not a conversion of residential property into a condominium project, a community apartment project, or a stock cooperative project. The proposed subdivision is a land subdivision consisting of 28 lots for the development of single-family homes. FINDING: In the event that the land within a proposed subdivision is subject to a contract entered into pursuant to the California Land Conservation Act of 1965 (commencing with Section 51200 of Chapter 7 of Division 1 of Title 5 of the California Government Code), and the lot areas are less than that required in Subsection 83.040220(a) (2) (C), the Planning Agency must make the following additional findings in order to approve the subdivision. (1) The lots created can sustain an agricultural use permitted under the contract, or are subject to a written agreement for joint management pursuant to California Government Code Section 51230.1, and the parcels which are jointly managed total at least ten (10) acres in size, in the case of prime agricultural land, or forty (40) acres in size, in the case of land which is not prime agricultural land; or (2) One of the parcels contains a residence and is subject to Section 428 of the California Revenue and Taxation Code; the residence has existed on the property for at least five (5) years; the landowner has owned the parcels for at least ten (10) years; and the remaining parcels shown on the map are at least ten (10) acres in size, if the land is prime agricultural land; or at least forty (40) acres in size, if the land is not prime agricultural land. FACT: The land proposed for subdivision as described herein is not subject of a contract entered into pursuant to the California Land Conservation Act of 1965 (commencing with Section 51200 of Chapter 7 of Division 1 of Title 5 of the California Government Code) and is not an agricultural land. Therefore, it is not subject to the minimum lot size requirements for agricultural land. 5OF7 308/332 SECTION 3. The Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills does hereby approve Extension of Time No. 16EXT05 for Tentative Tract Map No. 18393, pursuant to Section 83.040220 (f) of Appendix D of the Chino Hill Municipal Code, based on the findings included within this resolution and subject to the Conditions of Approval incorporated herein by reference as Exhibit "A". SECTION 4. The Planning Commission Secretary shall certify to the adoption of this resolution. ADOPTED AND APPROVED this 2nd day of August, 2016. ATTEST: KAREN PULVERS PLANNING COMMISSION SECRETARY APPROVED AS TO FORM: ELIZABETH M. CALCIANO ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY GARY LARSON, CHAIRMAN 6 OF 7 309/332 STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO CITY OF CHINO HILLS ) I, KAREN PULVERS, Planning Commission Secretary of the City of Chino Hills, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. PC 2016- was duly passed and adopted at a regular meeting of the Chino Hills Planning Commission held on the 2nd day of August 2016, by the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: COMMISSION MEMBERS: NOES: COMMISSION MEMBERS: ABSENT: COMMISSION MEMBERS: KAREN PULVERS PLANNING COMMISSION SECRETARY 70F7 310/332 / CITY OF CHINO HILLS Conditions of Approval Extension of Time No. 16EXTOS Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 Chino Hills PLANNING DIVISION INFORMATIONAL / ONGOING -- GENERAL: 1. Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 shall become null and void: A. Unless map recordation has taken place by October 27, 2019. B. 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 thirty-six (36) 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 at least thirty (30) calendar days before the expiration of the Map. The applicant will be responsible for initiating any extension request. 2. The applicant or 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, 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 and disbursements (collectively "Claims") arising out of or in any way relating to 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 sea., 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 October 27, 2009. Modifications to the plans may require subsequent review and approval by the Planning Commission as determined by the Community Development Director. 5. The development of the project shall comply with the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program (MMRP) attached and incorporated by reference as adopted by the City Council on October 27, 2009. The applicant is City of Chino Hills 1 of 11 August 2, 2016 Exhibit "A" 311/332 Extension of Time No. 16EXT05 Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 Conditions of Approval responsible to bear all costs should a consultant be required to manage and implement the MMRP. 6. The applicant shall comply with the Chino Valley Independent Fire District's Conditions of Approval for Permit #10847, dated June 24, 2009 and attached hereto. 7. Authorization letter(s) from affected property owners shall be obtained prior to commencement of any off -site improvements. 8. The project shall comply with the development standards of Planned Development 18-157. 9. The project shall comply with Mitigation Measure CR-1 for cultural (archaeological/paleontological) resources. 10. Noise emanating from the project shall not exceed the noise standards as listed in Chapter 16.48 of the City's Development Code. See Mitigation Measure N-1, N-2, and N-3 for further clarification. 11. 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. 12. Construction hours and operations shall be as follows: A. 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; B. All construction vehicles or equipment fixed or mobile operated shall be equipped with properly operating and maintained mufflers; C. Stock piling and/or vehicle staging areas shall be located as far as practical from residential homes; D. The noisiest operations shall be arranged to occur together in the construction program to avoid continuing periods of greater annoyance. 13. The project shall comply with the City's Trust Deposit Account Procedures and Agreement. PRIOR TO RECORDATION OF FINAL MAP: 14. A Home Owners Association shall be formed to ensure the maintenance of entry gates and monument signs, common areas, including open space lots/landscape areas, lighting, private street area, sewer lift station, etc. 15. Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs) shall be reviewed and approved by the City. The CC&Rs shall include applicable items specified in these Conditions of Approval and the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program. City of Chino Hills 2 of 11 August 2, 2016 312/332 Extension of Time No. 16EXT05 Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 Conditions of Approval 16. All landscape areas, including lettered lots, manufactured slopes, and homeowner yards shall be bonded. PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF ROUGH GRADING PERMIT 17. In the event that the existing waterlines (located along the project boundary adjacent to Carbon Canyon Road) have to be relocated due to the project's grading activities, the relocation of the waterlines shall be at the sole responsibility of the applicant. 18. Prior to the issuance of grading permits, a vector survey of the site shall be conducted by the West Valley Vector Control District (at the expense of the applicant). 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 residences. 19. In order to harvest the top soil of the site to support early planting on any graded slopes, prior to the issuance of grading permits, the applicant shall submit a plan showing the method of salvaging the site's topsoil (which is the friable top layer, usually 6 inches in depth of the ground surface that contains alluvium, colluvium and earthen material) within the work limits. Salvageable material could also include mulched native vegetation that has been ground to a manageable size. All useable topsoil salvaged from the project area shall be stored onsite or transported to an accepted facility as determined by the City. All material to be stockpiled shall be placed at predetermined locations on the site. Weed growth shall be controlled on stockpiles and removal and disposal of any mature seed heads must be done offsite. If there is an excess of topsoil it shall be disposed of offsite at a location determined by the applicant. 20, All terrace drains and splash walls shall be integral colored concrete to blend with the surrounding soil color. 21. A wall and fence plan shall be submitted for review and approval by the Planning Division. All walls and fences shall complement the architectural style of the development and be constructed of decorative durable materials such as masonry, masonry combination, stone, brick, wrought iron, or a comparable material. All walls shall have decorative wall caps. 22. Landscape plans and entry monument plans presented at the Planning Commission hearing are conceptual only. Final landscape plans including entry monuments shall be submitted to the City for review and require Planning Commission action for final approval. A registered landscape architect, licensed by the State of California, shall design all landscape architecture documents. 23. 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. City of Chino Hills 3 of 11 August 2, 2016 313/332 Extension of Time No. 16EXT05 Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 Conditions of Approval CERTIFICATION OF ROUGH GRADING 24. All disturbed/graded slopes, including lettered lots and manufactured slopes, shall be hydroseeded with a City approved seed mix upon substantial completion of rough grading as determined by the Building Official and City Engineer. Permanent landscaping and irrigation shall be installed on all slopes prior to the first Certificate of Occupancy for any residential structure unless otherwise determined by the Community Development Director. PRIOR TO THE ISSUANCE OF PRECISE GRADING PERMITS 25. The project shall incorporate a Continuous Deflective Separation Unit for the offsite drainage component (Storm Drain Line "C"). Final sizing and design details of this facility shall be in the Final WQMP. PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMIT 26. The residential unit placed on Lot 13 shall be a single -story structure. 27. Architectural plans for the sewer lift station shall be submitted for review and approval by the Community Development Department and the Engineering Department. The sewer lift station shall be located within a fully enclosed structure. The structure shall compliment the architecture of the development and be enclosed with a decorative wall up to 9 feet in height. 28. A photometric lighting plan for the exterior lighting of the project and be approved by the City's Lighting/Security Consultant. Southern California Edison approved "dark sky" fixtures shall be used on street light fixtures. 29. Exterior lighting for the project shall be provided that complements the building architecture and shall be subject to review and approval by the Community Development Director or designee. 30. Exterior lighting for the project shall be designed to be confined 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. 31. Pursuant to Resolution No. 06R-16, the Affordable Housing In -Lieu Fee shall be paid to the City prior to the issuance of building permits. PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY 32. Permanent landscaping and irrigation shall be installed on all disturbed/graded slopes, including lettered lots and manufactured slopes, prior to the first Certificate of Occupancy for any residential structure unless otherwise determined by the Community Development Director. 33. Landscaping for each lot shall be installed and inspected by the City prior to occupancy of each home, including front yard landscaping for erosion control. Additionally, adjacent parkway landscaping shall be installed and inspected by the City prior to occupancy of each lot. City of Chino Hills 4 of 11 August 2, 2016 314/332 Extension of Time No. 1.6EXT05 Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 Conditions of Approval 34. Gates and parkway landscaping shall be installed, and signed off by the City prior to the release of any landscape bonds. 35. The applicant shall schedule an evening inspection by the City to assure that lighting for the project is confined within the project site. BUILDING & SAFETY DIVISION PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF GRADING PERMITS 36. Grading plans shall incorporate erosion and sediment control per the requirements of the Chino Hills Municipal Code and Appendix Chapter J of the California Building Code. 37. All lots should drain to the street. If any lots do not drain to streets, the cross -lot drainage shall be reviewed and approved by the Building Official under the provisions of Appendix Chapter J of the California Building Code and the City of Chino Hills Municipal Code. Adequate private drainage easements shall be provided over lots where cross -lot drainage occurs and shall be recorded on the Final Map. 38. The applicant shall submit plans and obtain separate building permits for any retaining wails required to complete the grading prior to the issuance of grading permits. 39. All post -development drainage shall be conducted in non erodible devises to an approved storm drain system or approved natural drainage course. PRIOR TO RECORDATION OF FINAL MAP 40. A Composite Development Plan prepared in accordance with Appendix D Article 5 of the City of Chino Hills Municipal Code shall be filed with, and approved by the Community Development Department, delineating the minimum building setbacks and minimum separation between structures. All easements of record both public and private shall be delineated. 41. A list of proposed street names and a list of alternate street names shall be submitted to the Building Official for approval. Approved street names shall appear on the Final Map. 42. All numbered lots shall have addresses assigned by the Building Division. All assigned addresses shall appear on the Composite Development Plan. 43. This project is located within the Fire Hazard Overlay. The project shall meet all requirements of Chapter 7A of the California Building Code and City of Chino Hills Ordinances Nos. 172 and 173. PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMITS 44. Two approved, signed and wet stamped as graded soils reports, shall be submitted at the time of plan check submittal. 45. Certification of Rough Grade shall be submitted on approved City form. 46. Upon completion of rough grading, all erosion control measures and devices shall be installed at all perimeter openings and slopes. No sediment is to leave the job site. All newly graded surfaces not City of Chino Hills 5 of 11 August 2, 2016 315/332 Extension of Time No. 16EXT05 Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 Conditions of Approval immediately involved in construction shall have an approved method of erosion protection in place at all times. No building permits shall be issued until compliance with the above requirements has been demonstrated. 47. A precise grade plan, per City standard, shall be submitted and approved for each lot prior to issuance of a building permit for that lot. 48. Any portion of the site that fronts on a public street 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 in good appearance until the project has been completed, or until such time as determined by the Building Official. 49. All residential structures shall be equipped with full gutters and downspouts. All downspouts shall be tied to an underground yard drain system that outlets at an approved location. PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY 50. All required approvals from each Division/Department shall be obtained prior to final building inspection, ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT GENERAL / ONGOING; Rough Grading 51, 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. 52. Any grading within the road right-of-way prior to the signing of the improvement plans shall be accomplished under the direction of a Soils Testing Engineer. Compaction tests of embankment construction, trench backfill, and all subgrades shall be performed at no cost to City of Chino Hills and a written report shall be submitted to the Engineering Division, prior to any placement of base material and/or paving. 53, Grading of the subject property shall be in accordance with California Building Code, City Grading Standards, and accepted grading practices. The final grading plan shall be in substantial conformance with the approved conceptual grading plan. 54. Any fill in excess of thirty (30') feet in thickness shall require a fill settlement -monitoring plan. 55. 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. 56. In hillside areas, residential developments shall be graded and constructed consistent with the standards contained in the City of Chino Hills Development Code Section 1650 Grading Regulations. City of Chino Hills 6 of 11 August 2, 2016 316/332 Extension of Time No. 16EXT05 Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 Dedications Conditions of Approval 57. A Final Map is required for the proposed subdivision 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. 58. Rights of way and easements shall be dedicated to the city for all interior private streets, public landscape areas, street trees, and public drainage facilities as shown on the plans and/or tentative map. Private easements for non-public facilities (cross lot drainage, etc.) shall be reserved as shown on the plans and/or tentative map. 59. An irrevocable offer of dedication for roadway and utility purposes shall be made for the private streets. 60. Vehicular access rights shall be dedicated to the City for the following streets, except for approved opening: Eairwav Drive. 61. The applicant shall make a good faith effort to acquire the required off -site property interests necessary to construct the required public improvements, and if he or she should fail to do so, the applicant shall at least 120 days prior to submittal of the final map for approval, enter into an agreement to complete the improvements pursuant to Government Code Section 66462 and 66462.5 at such time as City acquires the property interests required for the improvements. Such agreement shall provide for payment by applicant of all costs incurred by City if the City decides to acquire the off -site property interests require in connection with the subdivision. Security for a portion of these costs shall be in the form of a cash deposit in the amount given in an appraisal report obtained by the City, at applicant's cost. The appraiser shall have been approved by the City prior to commencement of the appraisal. This condition applies in particular, but not limited to: Carbon Canvon Road (State Route 1421. Street 62. 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 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. City of Chino Hills 7 of 11 August 2, 2016 317/332 Extension of Time No. 16EXT05 Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 Conditions of Approval 63. Prior to any work being performed in public right-of-way, inspection fees shall be paid and an encroachment permit issued by the Engineering Department in addition to any other permits required. 64. The Applicant shall provide for installation of low intensity, energy efficient street lights, per City of Chino Hills standards regarding light pole spacing and location. A separate street light plan which schematically shows the proposed locations of all street lights shall be submitted for review and approval by the City. All streetlights along the private streets shall be maintained by the HOA. 65. Roads within the development are to be private and shall not be entered into the City Maintained Road System. 66, The applicant shall coordinate with affected utility companies and obtain any permits as necessary for the development of this project. 67, Right-of-way and improvements (including off -site) to transition traffic and drainage flows from proposed to existing, shall be required as necessary, 68. Unless otherwise approved by the City, street improvements must be constructed by the applicant with the first phase of development. The 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. The Applicant 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. 69, A permit shall be obtained from Caitrans for any work within the following right-of-way: Carbon Canyon Road (State Route 142). Drainage 70. 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. 71. 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. 72. Storm drain systems shall be designed to convey 100-year storm flows off the project site in a manner approved by the City Engineer. 73. Adequate provisions shall be made for acceptance and disposal of surface drainage entering the property from adjacent areas. 74. In addition to the drainage requirements stated herein, other on -site or off -site improvements may be required which cannot be determined from tentative plans at this time and would have to be reviewed after more complete improvement plans and profiles have been submitted to this office. City of Chino Hills 8 of 11 August 2, 2016 318/332 Extension of Time No. 16EXT05 Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 Bonding Conditions of Approval 75. 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. 76. 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. 77. 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. Utilities 78. 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. 79. The applicant shall be responsible for the relocation of any existing utility necessary as a result of the development. Sewer — Domestic Water — recycled Water 80. If and when available, an application for recycled water service shall be submitted to the City for approval process with regulatory agencies. 81. Water mains within the development shall be owned, operated and maintained by the City. All sewer and storm drain facilities other than those located within public right-of-way shall be privately owned, operated and maintained. 82. All water meters shall be located within the public or private street 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. 83. All fire hydrants shall be installed per City standards with location and fire flow requirements as determined by the Chino Valley Independent Fire District. 84. All water and sewer plans must be reviewed and approved by the City. The City's review of plans and engineering data will cover only general conformity of the design with standards and specifications outlined in the City's design standards and specifications. The City's approval of plans and engineering data will not constitute a blanket approval of all dimensions, quantities, physical properties, material equipment, devices, or items shown. This does not relieve the design engineers from any responsibility for errors, deviations, or defects in design thereof. 85. The sewage disposal system within tract 18393 shall be privately owned and maintained including collection system, lift station and sewage force City of Chino Hills 9 of 11 August 2, 2016 319/332 Extension of Time No. 16EXT05 Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 Conditions of Approval main. The force main shall connect to the City of Chino Hills public sewer system in Carriage Hills Lane. The Applicant shall notify city staff two (2) working days prior to the connection to the public system and no connection shall be made without the presence of city staff. PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF ROUGH GRADING PERMIT 86. 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 I CSC and Chino Hills Development Code and shall delineate the alignment and grade of the proposed roads designed to City Standards. 87. The Applicant shall submit a Final Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) 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). 88. The Applicant shall provide a copy of the Notice of Intent (NOI) 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. 89. The applicant shall hire a Quality Control Engineer prior to any land disturbance. The City Engineer shall approve the Quality Control Engineer. The initial deposit shall be $25,000 as soon as he / she is hired by the applicant, but prior to any land disturbance, or pregrade meeting. 90. An erosion and sediment control plan and permit complying with the CBC 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. 91. A geotechnicai 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. 92. 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. 93. Any offsite grading shall be reviewed and approved by the City Engineer. Any offsite easements required for grading or drainage shall be acquired prior to issuance of any grading permit. PRIOR TO RECORDATION OF FINAL MAP 94. A monumentation cash deposit as determined by the City Engineer is required prior to recordation of the final map. The deposit will be refunded to the applicant after all required monuments have been set and verified, City of Chino Hills 10 of 11 August 2, 2016 320/332 Extension of Time No. 16EXT05 Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 Conditions of Approval review and approval of any centerline tie sheets and verification of payment to the surveyor of record. 95. Traffic Fair Share costs as identified in the Traffic Study approved by the City Engineer in the amount of $20.250.00 for the signal installation at Canon Lane & Carbon Canyon Road and !917.850.00 for the signal installation at Canyon Hills Road & Carbon Canyon Road shall be paid prior to recordation of the final map. 96. 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. 97, The applicant shall submit "Non-interference" letters to the City, from any utility company that may have rights or easements within the property boundaries. PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMITS 98. 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. PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY 99. Prior to Bond Release and/or Bond Reduction of the improvements and prior to acceptance of the improvements by the City, the applicant shall provide for City approval "Record Drawing" for all improvements. 100. The Applicant shall provide certifications for all public and private backflow devices installed as part of the development. END OF SEQUENTIAL CONDITIONS Project Manager. Ryan Gackstetter City of Chino Hills 11 of 11 August 2, 2016 32T/332 Ronal of Directors Chino Valley Fire District Ray Marquez President John DeMonaco ice President 14011 City Center Drive James S. Espinosa Chino Hills, CA 91709 Ed Gray Tina Revane (909) 902-5260 Administration (909) 902-5280 Fire Prevention Fire Chief (909) 902-5250 Fax Paid L, Benson chinovalleyfire.org June 24, 2009 FIRE PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS It is a recoininendation of the Chino Valley Fire District that the developer of every new construction project facilitate a pre- consu'uction ineeting. Tile meeting is to be scheduled with the Deputy Fire Marshal. Attendees of the meeting shall include a Fire District representative, the Developer, and the General Contractor. The following are the Fire District conditions of this development. Questions regarding plan review fees, plan routing procedures, or the status of your plans can be answered by calling Ahna Nielsen at (909) 902-5280, extension 404. Questions regarding these requirements can be answered by calling Deputy Fire Marshal Danielle Barnes at (909) 902-5280, extension 401. Permit # 10847 Section 6-1090 Project Name: STONEFIELD CHINO HILLS 37 Building Address: FAIRWAY / CARBON CANYON . . City #: Type of Development: Residential County #: Tract #: TTM 18393 Applicant- STONE FIELD DEVELOPMENT Address: 23333 AVENIDA LA CAZA City,State,Zip: COTO DE CAZA, CA 92670 Phone#: (949) 581-4663 Design Engineer: Address: City,State,Zip: Phone #: Applicable Fire Protection Standards are: 101, 104, 111, 116, 121, 122, 124, 126, 131, 141, 143 The Required Fire Flow for this project is: 1750 G.P.M. @ 20 P.S.I. Residual Pressure, 2 Hour Duration. Page I of 5 322/332 June 24, 2009 Permit # 10847 FIRE DISTRICT CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL The above -referenced project is in the jurisdiction of the Chino Valley Independent Fire District, prior to any construction occurring on any parcel, the applicant shall contact the Fire District for verification of current fire protection development requirements. Any modification, change of use, or tenant improvement to any occupancy shall be submitted to the Fire Prevention Division for approval prior to any work being done. All new construction shall comply with the International Fire Code, 2006 Edition, and the California Fire Code, 2007 Edition (as adopted by the Chino Valley Independent Fire District); and all applicable statues, codes, ordinances and Fire District Standards. All required permits shall be obtained and fees paid as specified hi the current Fire District Fee Schedule Ordinance. 1.1 Fire access roads shall be designed and plans submitted to the Fire Prevention Division for approval. Fire access roads shall be provided with asphalt or concrete, and a minimum turobstructed paved width of 26 feet (26'). The road grade shall not exceed twelve percent (12%) maximum. An approved turnaround shall be provided at the end of each roadway in excess of one -hundred, fifty feet (I50') in length. Cul-de- sac length shall not exceed 600'. Fire District Standard No. 111 shall be complied with. 1.2 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 Fie Flow Availability Form completed by the water purveyor prior to recordation. The required fire flow shall be. deternniied by using the California Fire Code, current adopted edition. In areas without water -serving utilities, fire protection water systems shall 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. 1.5 Underground fire mains which cross property lines shall be provided with CC & Ws, 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 n 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. Page 2 of 5 323/332 June 24.2009 Permit:10847 L6 Fire hydrants shall be six uich (6") diameter with a minimums 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. 1.7 This development shall comply with the Fire Safety Review Overlay Requirements. This development in a Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zone, I.8 A fuel modification zone plan shall be required. Requirements will be site specific to the proposed project. The applicant shall submit the fuel modification plan to the fire department for review and approval. 2.0 THE ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF BUILDING PERMIT: 2.1 Fire access roads shall be constructed and approved by the Fire Prevention Division prior to combustibles being brought onto the site. 2.2 Approved street signs shall be installed prior to issuance of building permits. A temporary site address shall be posted and visible froin the street. 2.3 Fire Protection water systems shall be tested, operational, and approved by the Fire Prevention Division prior to combustible materials being brought to the site. 2.4 An approved fuel modification zone shall be constructed. Fire District Standard No. 130 shall be complied with. 2,5 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. 2.7 The Developer shall submit, as an electronic file, a drawing of the new streets in .dwg format to the Fire District with the building construction plans. Format must contain and be restricted to the following layers: A. Right of way; B. Parcel Litres; C. Street Names; D. Address numbers; E. Fire Hydrants 3.0 THE ITEMS BELOW ARE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY: 3.2 A residential "life safety" fire sprinkler system is required. The developer shall submit three (3) sets of detailed plans and hydraulic calculations to the Fire Prevention Division for approval. Minimum water supply shall be a one inch (F) meter. The system shall be installed, tested and approved prior to occupancy. The system shall meet the standards of NFPA 13R or 13D and Fire District Standard. No.126. Dwellings in excess o£5,000 square feet shall provide calculations of the (4) four most remote sprinkler heads. Page 3 of 5 324/332 June 24, 2009 Permit:10847 3.10 Smoke detectors are required to be installed per Chapter 9 of the California Building Code, current adopted edition. Locations shall be approved by the Fire Prevention Division, 3,11 "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, 3.12 Art approved key switch is required on each automatic electric security gate. Fire District Standard No. 117 shall be complied with. 116 Residential street addresses shall be posted with a minimum of four inch (4") numbers, shall be electrically illuminated (by 12-volt power source only) by internal means during the hours of dankness, Posted numbers shall contrast with the background used and be legible from the street in accordance with the California Fire Code, current adopted edition. Where building is setback more than 100 feet from the roadway, additional non -illuminated four inch (4") numbers shall be displayed at the property access entrance. These numbers shall also contrast with the background used, Please refer to Fire District Standard No. 122. 3,18 Evety chimney used in conjunction with any fireplace or any heating appliance in which solid or liquid fticl is used shall be maintained with an approved spark arrestor, visible from the ground, as identified in the California Building Code, current adopted edition. Please refer to Fire District Standard No. 131. Page 4 of 5 325/332 June 24, 2009 Permit:1.0947 4.0 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 for each plan type SEPARATELY to the Fire District for review, approval and permit. Approved plans must be maintained at the worksite during construction. Fees are due at the time of submittal. The following information must be submitted along with application to the Fire District: a) Fire flow Availability Form (tested and completed by the City's Public Works Dept.) b) Complete list of addresses for all phases of the development, all structures included. C) A CAD file in Awg format, with the correct data, for the tract(s). 2.) Thwee sets of plans shall be submitted for each of the following listed items to the lire District for review, approval and permit prior to any work being done. A) Building construction (See Number 3 below) b) Fire Sprinkler systems c) Entry gates, Gates shall be equipped with a Knox Override and Opti-Com Device. D) Fuel Modification Plan 3). Building Construction plans shall comply with Chapter 7A of the 2007 California Building Code. 4). The Riel modification shall be completed prior to the issuance of the first Certificate of Occupancy. The exception to this shall be in the event models arc constructed and a fuel modifieaion area is adjacent to said structures, that area shall be installed in accordance with the approved fiiel modification plan. NOTE: Where Conditions of Approval refer to UFC or applicable standards, this requirement shall then defer to the current edition and chapter of the CFC. Page 5 of 5 326/332 TENTATIVE TRACT NO. 18393 I J. �i,,- ms'p A wA jr tal, sft-t -w foonw- IQj. PAD $F —70 av-- Q 7 Dg, 327/332 Exhibit "B" PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDA STAFF REPORT Meeting Date: JUIV 5, 2016 Public Hearing: 0 Discussion item: ❑ Chio3o I{i[[s Consent Item: ❑ June 28, 2016 TO: CHAIRMAN AND PLANNING COMMISSIONERS FROM: JOANN LOMBARDO, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR SUBJECT: EXTENSION OF TIME NO. 16EXT05 FOR TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 18393 TO SUBDIVIDE 34.73 ACRES OF LAND TO CREATE 28 SINGLE- FAMILY RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES LOCATED NORTHWEST OF CARBON CANYON ROAD AND EAST OF FAIRWAY DRIVE — STONEFIELD EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The applicant, Ausmas Properties, LLC, is requesting approval of a three-year extension of time for Tentative Tract Map (TTM) No. 18393, known as the Stonefield development, which was originally approved by the City Council on October 27, 2009. The approved tentative map would subdivide 34.73 acres of vacant land to create 28 single-family residential properties and 14 lots for open space and private street and access purposes. The recommendation of approval for the extension of time is based on the provisions of Municipal Code Section 83,041105, which allows for an extension of time for tentative tract maps by mutual consent of the subdivider and the Planning Commission. Additionally, staff's recommendation is based upon a review of the applicant's circumstances and the Conditions of Approval implemented with the approval of TTM No. 18393. RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends that the Planning Commission adopt the attached resolution approving Extension of Time No. 16EXT05 for TTM No. 18393, based on the findings of fact as listed in the attached Resolution and subject to the Conditions of Approval. PROJECT: CASE NO.: Extension of Time No. 16EXT05 for Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 OWNER/ Ausmas Properties, LLC APPLICANT: 1201 Dove Street, #400 Newport Beach, CA 92660 LOCATION: Located on the northwest side of Carbon Canyon Road and east of Fairway Drive. Assessor's Parcel Number: 1031-011-07 and 37 328/332 Meeting Date: June 28, 2016 Page: 2 SUBJECT: Extension of Time No, 16EXT05 for Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 SITE DESCRIPTION Project Area: 34.73 acres Existing Land Use: Vacant General Plan: Low Density Residential Zoning: Planned Development PD 18-157 Canyon View Estates Terrain: Generally sloping downward from the northern property line towards the southern property line Overlay District: Fire Hazard Sewer Service: City of Chino Hills Water Service: City of Chino Hills VICINITY MAP 329/332 Meeting Date: ,tune 28, 2016 Page: 3 SUBJECT: Extension of Time No. 16EXT05 for Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 SURROUNDING LAND DESCRIPTION LOCATION GENERAL PLAN LAND ZONING USE Site Low Density Residential PD 18-157 Canyon View Estates Medium Density Medium Density Residential Residential (RM-1) North Low Density Residential Low Density Residential (R-s) South Low Density Residential Low Density Residential (R-S) East Low Density Residential Low Density Residential (R-S) West Commercial Recreation Commercial Recreation (C-R) BACKGROUND EXISTING USE Vacant Mobile Home Park Single -Family Residence Single-family Residences Single-family Residences Western Hills Golf & Country Club On October 27, 2009, the City Council of the City of Chino Hills adopted resolutions approving Tentative Tract Map No. 18393, Design Review No. 336, and Minor Variance NO. 09MV01 and adopting an Environmental Impact Report, Statement of Overriding Considerations, and Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program for the project. The tentative tract map subdivided the existing 34.73-acre property into 28 single-family residential lots and 14 lots for open space and private street and access purposes. Condition of Approval No. 1 for TTM No. 18393 provides that the tentative tract map shall become null and void unless map recordation has taken place within thirty-six (36) months after its approval, October 27, 2012. The Condition also provided that when circumstances beyond the control of the applicant cause delays, the Planning Commission may grant an extension of time for a period not to exceed an additional sixty (60) months. Further, Chino Hills Municipal Code Section 83.040220 (f) provides that extensions of time for a period or periods not exceeding a total of thirty-six (36) months may be approved. Any application of a subdivider for such extension of time shall be made in writing to the Community Development Department not less than thirty (30) days prior to the expiration date. Starting in the mid 2000's, a downturn in the residential market occurred that delayed the final map and ultimate construction of the approved project. This downturn affected development throughout the state of California, causing the state legislature to enact a series of statutes that automatically extended the expiration dates of valid tentative maps that met the criteria specified in each statue. TTM No. 18393 satisfied the criteria of two of the extension statutes: Assembly Bill No. 208 (enacted on July 13, 2011) and Assembly Bill No. 116 (enacted on July 11, 2013). Each of these assembly bills extends the expiration date of any approved tentative map or vesting tentative map that meets the specified criteria and that has not expired as of the effective date of the legislation by twenty-four (24) months. Thus, the expiration date of TTM No. 18393 was extended 330/332 Meeting Date: June 28, 2016 Page: 4 SUBJECT: Extension of Time No. 16EXT05 for Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 to October 27, 2014, by Assembly Bill No. 208 and to October 27, 2016, by Assembly Bill No. 116. In November 2011, Ausmas Properties, LLC acquired the property with the intent to develop single-family homes. During the intervening years, the applicant has initiated the post entitlement process for the development of the property; the final map, street and utility improvement plans, and rough grading plans have been submitted to the City for review. The applicant submitted a formal request for a 36-month extension of time for TTM No. 18393 on May 6, 2016; the applicant has requested the extension of time to ensure their ability to complete the City's review and approval process for the final map package and ensure compliance with and the satisfaction of all applicable Conditions of Approval and the requirements of the Mitigation Monitoring Plan. For example, Mitigation Measure TR-1 requires the developer to widen and restripe Carbon Canyon Road to provide northbound and southbound acceleration/deceleration lanes at Fairway Drive/Ginseng Lane. The implementation of this mitigation measure will require engineering design work, review and approval of the design plans and permitting and inspection of the improvement construction by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), and may require the acquisition of additional property. The acquisition of land for right- of-way improvements and coordination with Caltrans are often time consuming processes that can take a year or two to complete As part of the Extension of Time application review, staff has revised the original Conditions of Approval to reflect the change in the expiration date (Condition of Approval No. 1) and reflect the current collection procedures for the City's Affordable Housing In -Lieu Fee (Condition of Approval No. 31; no. 35 in the originally approved Conditions of Approval). GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY The project site is designated as Low Density Residential on the General Plan Land Use Map and is zoned Planned Development (PD) 18-157. The General Plan allows for a density of up to six dwelling units per acre in the Low Density Residential areas. PD 18-157 allows for the development of up to 46 dwelling units with a minimum lot size of 12,000 square feet. The proposed project consists of 28 single-family residential lots on 34.73 acres, which yields a density of 0.81 dwelling units per acre; the proposed lot sizes range from 12,074 square feet to 36,955 square feet and average approximately 16,464 square feet. The proposed project is consistent with the General Plan Land Use Map and the provisions of PD 18-157. Therefore, the granting of Extension of Time No. 16 EXT05 for TTM No. 18393 is consistent with the Chino Hills General Plan. IaI►1011►KK The proposed extension meets the findings required for both approval and extension of Tentative Tract Maps pursuant to Section 83.04110(c) of Appendix D of the Municipal Code. These findings are presented in the attached project Resolution. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT: An environmental review was completed for the project and an Environmental impact Report (EIR), Statement of Overriding Considerations, and Mitigation Monitoring and 331 /332 Meeting Date: June 28, 2016 Page: 5 SUBJECT: Extension of Time No. 16EXT05 for Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 Reporting Program were adopted by the City Council on October 27, 2009, pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines and the City of Chino Hills Local Procedures for Implementing CEQA. As the current application requests an extension of time for the project as it was approved, the prior EIR adequately addressed the effects of the proposed project. No substantial changes have been made in the project, no substantial changes in the circumstances under which the project is being undertaken, and no new information of substantial importance to the project which was not known or could not have been known when the EIR was adopted have become known. Therefore, no further environmental review is required. PUBLIC COMMENTS Staff published a public hearing notice in the Chino Hills Champion newspaper on ,tune 25, 2016, and mailed public hearing notices to the surrounding property owners on June 24, 2016. As of the writing of this staff report, staff has not received any public comments concerning the proposed Extension of Time for TTM 18393. Respectfully submitted, Recommended by: Joann Lombardo RJR ac stetter Community Development Director Senior Planner Attachments: Resolution Exhibit "A" — Conditions of Approval Exhibit °B" — Tentative Tract Map 17361 City Council Staff Report for Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 Conditions of Approval for Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 Resolutions for Tentative Tract Map No. 18393 Affidavit of Mailing (Public Hearing Notice & Mailing Labels) 332/332 REQUEST TO SPEAK COMMENTS ARE LIMITED TO 3 MINUTES The Red Light on the podium Indicates your time has elapsed NOTE —THIS DOCUMENT IS A PUBLIC RECORD PLEASE PRINI ,l\ Q^\J w Comparry/AssodationlOiganitalion (rf any): Address orArea of Residence (Optionaq: I wish to speak under: 1. PUBLIC COMMENTS SECTION 2. AGENDA ITEM NO.\ FAVOR _ OPPOSE The Cily.Council is interested in your camrents. You may address the City Council regarding any Hem within the subject matterjraisdu,Tmn of the City Council, provided no action or discussion may be taken on items not appearing on the agenda unless authorized by law, except the City CounCH may briefly respond to statements made or questions posed. PLEASE SUBMIT TO CITY CLERK PRIOR TO MEETING REQUEST TO SPEAK COMMENTS ARE LIMITED TO 3 MINUTES The Red Light on the podium Indicates your time has elapsed NOTE —THIS DOCUMENT IS A PUBLIC RECORD PLEASE PRINT j �J Name: i�!G./I �413i41171 Company/AssociationlOiganization (d amrl: Addressor Areaot Resndence(Optional). I vfish to speak under. 1. PUBLIC COMMENTS SECTION Suwa 2. AGENDA REM NO.3 FAVOR_ OPPOSE_X 6 ensio-n of 1 111016 �05 �I1"I lSl3y3 The Cky Council Is Interested In your comovents. You may address the City CouncN regarding any gem within the subject matter jurisdiction or the City Council, provided ne action or discussion may be taken on hems not appearing on the agenda uniess authorized by law, except the City Council may briefly respond to statements made or questions posed. I PLEASE SUBMIT TO CITY CLERK PRIOR TO MEETING d 1 g CrI�C Date:�k 9-0t(y Item: '�_.!'_ u~i�J.W , Distributed after City Council Agenda To: Chino Hills City Manager, City Staff, Mayor and City Council was posted By signing this instrument, I agree and represent that 1 have read, understand and agree with all of the foregoing statements: 1. We have recently learned that the Planning Commission received a request from Ausmas Properties LLC, for a 3 year time extension on the Tentative Tract Map(TTM) No. 18393, Known as the Stonefield development, which was originally approved by the City Council on October 27, 2009. During this meeting after public comment which all residents whom spoke were extremely opposed to the further extension of this development, and in which on commissioners stated that they, "..tired of extensions", and "I'm tired of developer blaming the recession" And another Commissioner stating that the city needed to provide the finding that were still being met instead of just saying so. Finally, one member of the commission stated that Carbon Canyon was becoming a "Death Trap" that is getting worse with all these developments. 2. Also, due to the Ausmas Properties LLC, currently having the property and project up for sale, it doesn't seem likely that even with the original 3 year extension, which that the planning commission overruled, and is near impossible that work will begin with the 12 month extension which was approved. (see attached photo) The undersigned request that you please move to denied this and any further extension of this project and that if the developer wishes to continue this project that they either begin it right away or go though another approve process so that the residents of Chino Hills, some of which did not live or have an opportunity to have chance to comment, when the original approve of this project was granted. Sincerely, The Undersigned Name (Print) Address Signature ;; Comment � �lliv�c�_�ea±<ra K tof&- lxorrnr «��6 a�(e - -- - - --- - � CA KA �.4, i ih ,o�'L._ tov_:�� _Auk-. ��,,° o ]Is 12 I° I Cirtip�ciS ��, ��_�-v'�- Nam ipnm► A 12 JA50 r V k I I3 R"'nf* Oh tom; ,�, a 010 0 al�-� zt ddmss slanstum Comment -�f Co-V _J. 2©�f�fII � c ,�7 901 n�� I Y� P �on�t��`� -(� Gfv✓�� ,YI zg -2-1 c� 30 GYc/er Z (QvSU f220 0'.Jla.�e 31 Yu-citek �u lbob®r oaaforz 33- c 36 Ih C'iAl�e 2�3 �hylr� e l ✓� � 3�- 11 Vllookn Linton ��6SNefley�ee LaYle I``Y `�/�,� 1. 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