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<br />I <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />TOWN OF TRUCKEE <br />California <br /> <br />ORDINANCE NO 2009-03 <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 Ordam as Follows <br /> <br />Section 1 Enactment The Town of Truckee Zoning Map IS hereby amended, thereby <br />modifying the zoning dlstnct on APN 19-030-03, APN 19-030-04, APN 19-030-05, APN 19-030-13, <br />and APN 19-030-14 from DMP (Downtown Master Plan) to DRH-14 (Downtown High Density <br />Resldenllal, 14 dwelling Units per acre), on APN 19-114-01, APN 19-114-02, and APN 19-114-03 <br />from DMP (Downtown Master Plan) to DMU (Downtown Mixed-Use), and on APN 19-420-15 from <br />DMP (Downtown Master Plan) to OM (Downtown Manufactunng), and to modify the Hlstonc <br />Preservation Overlay Dlstnct The properties are shown In Exhibit "A 1," Exhibit "A2," Exhibit "A3," <br />and Exhibit "A4," attached hereto and Incorporated herein <br /> <br />Section 2 FlndlnQS 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/AnalysIs section of the May 27, <br />2009 Planning Commission staff report and Attachment #3 (Final EIR Volume I, Table 8-1) <br />8 The proposed amendments to the ZOning Map Will not be detnmental to the public <br />Interest, health, safety, convenience, or welfare of the Town ThiS finding IS supported by the Final <br />EnVironmental Impact Report (including the November 2008 Draft EnVironment Impact Report and <br />May 2009 Response to Comments) and the diSCUSSion contained In the May 27, 2009 Planning <br />Commission staff report <br />C The Town CounCil has completed and certified a Final Environmental Impact Report <br />In compliance With the California EnVIronmental Quality Act Statutes and GUidelines and reviewed <br />and conSidered the information contained In the Final EIR The CounCil made the findings required <br />by Section 15091 of the California EnVIronmental Quality Act GUidelines, these findings are set forth <br />In Exhibit C of CounCil Resolullon No 2009-32, adopted by the Council on June 10, 2009 The <br />CounCIl has eliminated or substantially lessened all Significant effects on the enVIronment where <br />feaSible as shown In the findings of Resolution No 2009-32 and determined that any remaining <br />Significant effects on the enVIronment found to be unaVOidable are acceptable due to overndlng <br />concerns and conslderallons as descnbed In the findings of Resolution No 2009-32 <br />o The proposed amendments to the ZOning Map ensure and maintain Internal <br />consistency With other applicable prOVISions of the Development Code The findings to approve a <br />Planned Development set forth In CounCil Resolution No 2009-33 <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 for the requested zOning deslgnatlon(s) and <br />anllclpated 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 Final EnVironmental Impact Report, the site IS phYSically <br />SUitable to accommodate the maximum allowed development planned by the Rallyard Master Plan <br />Without resulting In Significant environmental Impacts <br /> <br />Ordinance 2009-03 <br />Page I <br />