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ORDINANCE NO. 1315 <br /> <br /> EXHIBIT "A" <br /> <br /> Conditions of Approval PUD-81-30-39D <br /> <br />1. That the development shall be substantially as shown on the <br /> plans, Exhibit A, on file with the Planning Department except <br /> as may be modified by the following conditions. <br /> <br />2. That all appropriate construction methods be utilized, as <br /> detailed in the acoustical report for the project dated <br /> February 25, 1987 in order to attain an interior noise level <br /> at or below 45 dBA Ldn. <br /> <br /> 3. That the play equipment proposed within the tot lot area be <br /> designed for use by children 2 to 10 years of age subject to <br /> the satisfaction of the Planning Director. <br /> <br /> 4. That a minimum 8' wide, P.C.C. sidewalk/bike route shall be <br /> installed along the entire frontage of Stoneridge Drive. <br /> Unless otherwise approved by the City Engineer, this sidewalk <br /> will be installed as part of the improvements for Stoneridge <br /> Drive Extension. The final design and location of said <br /> sidewalk shall be to the satisfaction of the City Engineer. <br /> <br /> 5. That the applicant be responsible for its pro rata share of <br /> the necessary interim street improvements at the intersection <br /> of Santa Rita Road and Pimlico Drive as determined by the <br /> City Engineer. <br /> <br /> 6. That the developer shall submit a final color scheme for the <br /> project (signage, buildings, outbuildings, etc.) for review <br /> and approval by the Planning Director prior to issuance of <br /> any building permits. <br /> <br /> 7. That this project shall be subject to all the applicable <br /> conditions imposed on Case PUD-81-30. <br /> <br /> 8. That all uses and site standards for the project shall be <br /> those of the RM-1500 zoning district. <br /> <br /> 9. That a sanitary sewer sampling manhole be provided on the <br /> sanitary sewer lateral from each non-residential building, <br /> unless otherwise waived by the City Engineer. <br /> <br /> 10. That the developer be responsible for the installation of any <br /> additional street lighting required to serve the development. <br /> The street lights shall be 70 watt, high pressure sodium <br /> vapor units mounted on galvanized steel poles with poured in <br /> place bases, on the LS-1C schedule per city requirements and <br /> PG&E standard details unless otherwise specifically approved. <br /> Approval for the number, location, and type of electroliers <br /> shall be withheld pending final design and review by the City <br /> Engineer. <br /> <br /> <br />