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File #: 20-826    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 9/30/2020 Departments: PUBLIC WORKS
On agenda: 10/20/2020 Final action: 10/20/2020
Title: Adopt a resolution: A) Approving the Final Map for Subdivision PLN2011-00044; and B) Directing the Clerk of the Board to execute the appropriate certificate on the Final Maps and cause the Final Maps to be recorded with the San Mateo County Recorder.
Attachments: 1. 20201020_r_Wika_Ranch_Subdivision, 2. 20201020_att_Wika_Ranch_Subdivision
Special Notice / Hearing: None__
Vote Required: Majority

To: Honorable Board of Supervisors
From: James C. Porter, Department of Public Works
Subject: Acceptance of the Final Map for Wika Ranch Subdivision


RECOMMENDATION:
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Adopt a resolution:

A) Approving the Final Map for Subdivision PLN2011-00044; and

B) Directing the Clerk of the Board to execute the appropriate certificate on the Final Maps and cause the Final Maps to be recorded with the San Mateo County Recorder.

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BACKGROUND:
Jefferson 10 Investors, LP, a California Limited Partnership and Edenbridge Land and Cattle LLC, a California Limited Partnership (Developer) has applied for a Major Subdivision, Grading Permit, Lot Line Adjustment, and Street Name Assignment. As such, the developer would subdivide a 3.88-acre lot into nine new parcels at the former horse ranch located at 4057 Jefferson Avenue in unincorporated Emerald Lake Hills in San Mateo County.

The project involves approximately 9,887 cubic yards of grading to provide for the addition of a new cul-de-sac (private street), and pads for nine new single-family homes. The project also involves a Lot Line Adjustment to acquire 6,312 square feet from the adjacent parcel (APN 068-211-020). All existing structures will be demolished. Site improvements will include new underground water, sewer, gas, communications, and storm drain lines. The work also includes preserving the existing stream channel (Arroyo Ojo de Agua), including a large willow thicket. A portion of the willow thicket will be removed and the streambed upstream of the willow thicket will be enhanced with new willow and indigenous riparian trees, shrubs, and ground cover planting. Sixty-three trees (61 are protected) will be removed and replaced with primarily with indigenous trees.

The site is surrounded by single-family residences in the unincorporated community of Emerald Lake Hills and is within the Redwood City's sphere of influence, which inc...

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