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07-12-1994 CC Rpt handout COUNTY OF °,�cxA77 SAN BERNARDINO I Board of Supervisors LARRY WALKER Supervisor, Fourth District July 7, 1994 Hollie Brown 3366 Dynelo Avenue Chino Hills CA 91709 Dear Mrs. Brown: Thank you for your recent telephone call, in which you asked about the history of zone change requests in the vicinity of Peyton Drive and Chino Hills Parkway. As I indicated to you then, I received repeated requests from the property owners on the northwest and northeast corners, requesting commercial zoning. My response in each case was that the Chino Hills Specific Plan had been recently adopted, that my primary attention was toward repairing the inadequate Finance Element of the Plan, and that major support from homeowners in the area would be necessary for such a change. On one occasion, when the County was negotiating to obtain land on the west side of Peyton, the property owner sought commercial zoning as part of the real estate transaction. The County declined, but eventually provided substantial parking lot improvements, as I recall. The property owner on the northeast corner contacted me a few times regarding commercial zoning. On one occasion, I attempted to interest him in a child care center that was looking for a location. Such a use would have been a compromise between strict residential zoning and full commercial, but was rejected by the property owner as insufficient. On another occasion, I was approached by an individual who, as I recall, represented that he had closed escrow on the northeast corner property, and needed commercial zoning to make it "pencil out". I indicated again that neighborhood support would be critical to any zone change, and I don't recall ever hearing again from that individual. ip,Jy- /---, lAgu±. - - -12-----A-7 San Bernardino County Government Center • 385 North Arrowhead Avenue • San Bernardino, CA 92415-0110 • (909) 387-4866 "2 District Office • 2515 South Euclid Avenue • Ontario, CA 91762 • (909) 391-7804 e.„,,, � The above information is from memory. I hope it is helpful. Of course,jurisdiction over Chino Hills land use issues passed from San Bernardino County to the City of Chino Hills upon the city's incorporation in December 1991, Since that date, any landowner contact regarding zoning issues would appropriately have been with the city. If!can be of further assistance on any matter involving county government, please do not hesitate to call. Sincerely, ARRY W R County Supervisor LW:sme