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<br />I <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />'TOWN OF TRUCKEE <br />California <br /> <br />ORDINANCE NO. 2008-01 <br /> <br />AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF TRUCKEE <br />AMENDING THE TOWN OF TRUCKEE ZONING MAP <br /> <br />The Town Council of the Town of Truckee Does Ordain as Follows: <br /> <br />Section 1. Enactment. The Town of Truckee Zoning Map is hereby amended, thereby <br />modifying the zoning district on APN 19-140-14 (portion) from DMP (Downtown Master Plan) to <br />DRS-4 (Downtown Single Family Residential, 14 dwelling units per acre); on 19-450-42 (portion) <br />from DMP (Downtown Master Plan) to CG (General Commercial); and on APN 19-300-38 from RR- <br />0.2 (Rural Residential, 1 dwelling unit per 5 acres) to RS-1 (Single Family Residential, 1 dwelling unit <br />per acre). The properties are shown in Exhibit "A", attached hereto and incorporated herein. <br /> <br />Section 2. FindinQs. The Council hereby adopts the following findings in support of the <br />adoption of this ordinance: <br /> <br />A. The proposed amendments to the Zoning Map ensure and maintain internal <br />consistency with all of the goals, policies, and actions of all elements of the General Plan and the <br />Downtown Specific Plan. This finding is supported by the discussion contained in the section titled <br />"General Plan / Downtown Specific Plan Consistency" and Attachment 3 of the Planning <br />Commission staff report dated June 11, 2008. <br />B. The proposed amendments to the Zoning Map will not be detrimental to the public <br />interest, health, safety, convenience, or welfare of the Town. This finding is supported by the <br />revised Initial Study / Proposed Mitigated Negative Declaration dated May 7, 2008 and the <br />discussion contained in the Planning Commission staff report dated June 11, 2008. <br />C. The approval of the amendments is in compliance with the requirements of the <br />California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and there would be no potential significant adverse <br />effects upon environmental quality and natural resources that would not be properly mitigated and <br />monitored, unless a Statement of Overriding Considerations is adopted. The Town Council adopted <br />Resolution No. 2008-01 thereby adopting a Mitigated Negative Declaration in accordance with the <br />CEQA statutes and guidelines. The Mitigated Negative Declaration finds that the approval of the <br />amendments and the Master Plan may have potentially significant environmental impacts but <br />mitigation measures have been incorporated into the Master Plan and will be applied to future <br />development to eliminate or reduce each of these potentially significant impacts to a less than <br />significant level. <br />D. The proposed amendments to the Zoning Map ensure and maintain internal <br />consistency with other applicable provisions of the Development Code. Except as identified in the <br />sections titled "Transfer of Density" and "Other Planned Development Provisions" of the Planning <br />Commission staff reports dated December 18, 2007 and June 11, 2008, the proposed amendments <br />and Master Plan are consistent with the Development Code. The findings to approve a planned <br />development and modifications to Development Code standards are set forth in Council Resolution <br />No, 2008-03. <br />E. There is adequate capacity in the community sewer and water systems to serve the <br />potential development, and the site is physically suitable forthe requested zoning designation(s) and <br />anticipated land use development(s). There is sufficient capacity in the TTSA wastewater treatment <br />facility to treat effluent generated by future development, and the Martis Valley aquifer has sufficient <br />water supply to serve future development. These findings are supported by the master plans of the <br />TTSA and the TDPUD. As discussed in the revised Initial Study / Proposed Mitigated Negative <br />