City of Pleasanton
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THE CITY OF <br /> Planning Commission <br /> nom _,_ti n .11 Agenda Report <br /> LEASANTON September 11 , 2019 <br /> Item 5 <br /> SUBJECT: Future Planning Calendar <br /> PUD-121, 6455 Owens Drive <br /> Planned Unit Development Rezoning and Development Plan application to: (1) demolish the <br /> existing approximately 3,510-square-foot restaurant building; (2) rezone the subject parcel <br /> from C-F (Freeway Commercial) to PUD-C (Planned Unit Development— Commercial); and <br /> (3) construct an approximately 10,980-square-foot, single-story, multi-tenant commercial <br /> building and related site improvements at 6455 Owens Drive. Zoning is C-F (Freeway <br /> Commercial). <br /> P19-0031, PUD-135, P19-0030 & Vesting Tentative Subdivision Map/Alaina <br /> Stewart/Bringhurst LLC <br /> Applications submitted by Alaina Stewart/Bringhurst LLC, for an approximately 3.28-acre site <br /> located at 990 Sycamore Road: (1) an amendment to the North Sycamore Specific Plan <br /> (NSSP) to create five residential home lots (four new and one with the existing residence) on a <br /> site where a total of three home sites were allotted by the North Sycamore Specific Plan <br /> (NSSP); (2) rezoning an approximately 1.01-acre portion of the site from Planned Unit <br /> Development —Agricultural (PUD-A) District to Planned Unit Development — Low Density <br /> Residential (PUD-LDR) District; (3) PUD development plan approval to create five <br /> single-family residential lots with a set of design review guidelines and related on- and off-site <br /> improvements; and (4) Vesting Tentative Subdivision Map approval to subdivide the 3.28-acre <br /> parcel into 5 residential lots. Zoning of the site is Planned Unit Development - Agricultural <br /> (PUD-A). <br /> P19-0190, Blue Oaks Church <br /> Application for operation of a religious facility in an existing commercial building located at <br /> 7139 Koll Center Parkway. <br /> P19-0151, 5 Winding Oaks Drive <br /> Application for Design Review approval to construct an approximately 5,770-square-foot, <br /> single-story residence with an approximately 1 ,137-square-foot attached garage at 5 Winding <br /> Oaks Drive. Zoning is Planned Unit Development — Hillside Residential/Open Space (PUD- <br /> HR/OS) District. <br /> Future Planning Calendar Page 1 of 1 September 11, 2019 <br />nference Room, 3333 Busch Rd., Pleasanton <br /> Staff Contacts: Joelle Glushenko, Recreation Supervisor, 931-3432 <br /> Committee, Commission, and Task Force List Page 2 of 2 September 11, 2019 <br />D PRESERVE PROJECT <br /> NOTICE OF PREPARATION <br />d Housing—The proposed project site is currently developed with two <br /> residential homes and related structures located on the south side of Devaney Creek. Both <br /> homes are owned by the Lester family. The proposed project includes demolition of the two <br /> homes and replacement with two new homes on the south side of Devaney Creek; an <br /> additional 29 homes would be constructed in the central portion of the site on the north side <br /> of Devaney Creek. <br /> Approximately 43.85 acres of the site is currently designated for low-density residential <br /> development in the General Plan, with a maximum density of 1.99 units per gross acre. This <br /> land use designation suggests that the General Plan buildout assumed up to 87 dwelling units, <br /> which indicates that the proposed development of 29 lots was already accounted for in the <br /> FirstCarbon Solutions 6 <br />posed project would require a Growth <br /> Management Allocation for the 31 proposed units.Approval of the allocation is at the City <br /> FirstCarbon Solutions 3 <br />