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Meeting Name: Zoning Administrator Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 9/3/2020 10:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Planning and Building Department 3015 H St. Eureka, CA 95501
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20-1110 11. Zoning ItemWesthaven Community Services District Coastal Development Permit and Special Permit Record Number PLN-2020-16307 Assessor’s Parcel Numbers: 514-132-007, 514-132-008, 514-133-001, and 513-181-014 Westhaven area A Coastal Development Permit and Special Permit to drill two (2) temporary test wells to determine groundwater availability and quality and, drill up to three (3) geotechnical borings to characterize subsurface conditions. The test wells and geotechnical borings will be drilled using a truck-mounted rotary drill. Minor grading for access and for an approximately 40 feet by 20 feet drilling pad will be required at the location of Test Well #1. No grading would be required for Test Well #2. The test wells will be advanced to depths of up to 200 feet. Both test well sites would be accessed from the north end of Transit Avenue, which provides access to the existing WCSD well on APN 514-133-001. Geotechnical boreholes will be up to 50 feet deep. No grading would be required. The site would be accessed using the existing access road from the east end of 4th Avenue.approved  Action details Not available
20-1111 12. Zoning ItemMiranda’s Rescue, Modification of Coastal Development Permit, Conditional Use Permit and Variance Record Number PLN-2019-15980 Assessor’s Parcel Number 201-191-013 1695 Drake Hill Road, Fortuna area A Modification to three previously approved permits, Coastal Development Permit (CDP-02-21X), Conditional Use Permit (CUP-02-09X) and Variance (VAR-02-03X), to allow for the replacement of a failed onsite wastewater treatment system (OWTS) and the replacement and reconstruction of a manufactured home. An Emergency Permit was authorized for the project on 11/19/2019, pursuant to Humboldt County Code Section 312-15. The existing manufactured home is the caretaker’s residence and will be demolished and replaced with a 1,782 square foot manufactured home. The previously approved permits authorized the current day operations of Miranda’s Rescue, a domestic companion animal rescue facility. The applicant has obtained the appropriate permits from the Division of Environmental Health and the emergency work has been completed. The parcel is served private water and septic. No trees will be approved  Action details Not available
20-1112 13. Zoning ItemSousa Coastal Development Permit and Lot Line Adjustment Record Number PLN-2019-15975 Assessor’s Parcel Numbers: 100-181-004, 100-162-018, and 100-231-002 1776 California Street, Ferndale area A Coastal Development Permit (CDP) to facilitate a Lot Line Adjustment (LLA) and the construction of a new garage. The LLA is between two parcels resulting in two parcels of approximately 2.0 acres and 26.74 acres in size. Additionally, a 1,200 square foot garage is proposed on the resultant 2-acre parcel as an accessory to the single-family residence. The smaller resultant parcel is developed with a single-family residence, barn, accessory structures, and will continue to support farm animals for personal use. The adjustment will consolidate the pastureland and will maximize the amount of land used for agriculture from 9.04 acres to 26.74 acres. The purpose for the LLA is to separate the leased agricultural lands from the smaller resulting parcel that is under new ownership. A rural parcel size analysis was conducted for the project and includes 28 surrounding parcels. The developed parapproved  Action details Not available
20-1115 14. Zoning ItemManila Community Services District - Wastewater Infrastructure Improvement Project Coastal Development Permit Case Number PLN-2019-15728-CDP Assessor’s Parcel Numbers: 506-071-012, 506-071-017, 506-071-019, 506-071-011, 506-081-008, 506-081-006, 506-092-003, 506-092-016, 506-081-010, 506-092-007, 506-091-008, 506-102-001, 400-021-008, 400-021-005, 400-011-048, 400-011-057, 400-011-064, 400-021-011, 400-011-019, 400-011-004, 400-011-069, 400-011-017, 400-041-055, 400-041-025, 400-062-004, 400-062-005, 400-091-026, 400-101-015, 400-153-003, 400-011-022, 400-011-016, 400-011-077, 400-171-008 and State/County Right-of-Way Manila Area A Coastal Development Permit (CDP) application for the Manilla Community Services District (MCSD) to modernize the MCSD wastewater system infrastructure by upgrading select components of the septic, conveyance, and wastewater treatment systems to meet current and future planned needs of the MCSD.approved  Action details Not available
20-1114 15. Zoning ItemVesuvio Gardens, LLC, Special Permits; Record Number PLN-12609-SP Assessor’s Parcel Number: 107-251-003 6279 Wilder Ridge Road, Honeydew Area; A Special Permit for 8,400 square feet of existing outdoor cannabis cultivation. Propagation occurs onsite in an 800 square foot area. Water for irrigation is sourced from an onsite spring. Water storage totals 79,800 gallons. Annual irrigation use is 60,000 gallons. Processing activities including drying and trimming are proposed onsite within an existing 1,600 square feet building. Up to three employees are required for operations. Power is provided by P.G.&E. with a generator for emergency backup. A Special Permit is also requested to authorize the diversion work.approved  Action details Not available
20-1113 16. Zoning ItemAndy Stanbury; Special Permit Record Number: PLN-12207-SP Assessor’s Parcel Number: 221-141-017 Honeydew Area; A Special Permit (SP) for 7,500 square feet of existing outdoor cannabis cultivation. Irrigation for the project will be sourced from a 250,000-gallon off-stream pond located on APN 221-141-016 and a 30,000-gallon rainwater catchment tank. The applicant estimates 131,250 gallons of water will be required annually for two cultivation cycles. There is 281,500 gallons of water storage on the subject parcel. Processing, such as drying and curing, will occur in a 416-square-foot utility building and further processing will occur off-site by a licensed third-party processor. There will be two family members working onsite. Power is sourced from propane and solar with a backup generator.approved  Action details Not available