Board of Supervisors Approve Big Wave Project Modifications June 6
Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at 1:36PM
Lisa Ketcham

On June 6, 2017, the Board of Supervisors approved amendments to the 2015 15-year Development Agreement for the Big Wave North Parcel Alternative (NPA) Project. Modified project phasing will allow construction of a large brewery on Lot 4 of the Business Park (labeled D on the below image) as the first building of the Big Wave Project.

MCC comments expressed strong opposition to the proposed modifications of construction phasing (5/24/17 MCC presentation).
More letters: Committee for Green Foothills, Sierra Club, Resist Density
June 7 news article (SM Daily Journal) 

Board of Supervisors staff report and attachments:
A. Revised Development Agreement
B. Draft Ordinance
C. 2015 Approved Site Plan and Tentative Map
D. 2015 Approved Phasing Plan and 2017 Revised Phasing Plan*
E. 2015 Approved Easement Plan
F. Revised Findings and Conditions of Approval
G. Letters from Big Wave
H. Table 1: Approved 2015 Big Wave NPA Project
I.  Table 2: Minor Modifications to the Project 

*Note Attachment D includes a new 2015 map showing construction of first business building can precede the first Wellness Center building, rather than the actual 2015 Approved Phasing Plan shown below. Transcript of project planner from video of 5/19/15 Board meeting (1:15:08):

"This slide illustrates the County's working with the applicant to work on the proper phasing of the project to ensure that the aspects of the project with the most public benefit -- such as wetlands restoration and the Wellness Center, are all built first, prior to some portions of the office park. So the areas in red are the Wellness Center and the wetland areas that would be developed first."

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