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File #: 19-0584    Version: Name: PW - Final Map for 6600 Atantic D9
Type: Agenda Item Status: To Be Introduced
File created: 5/30/2019 In control: City Manager
On agenda: 8/20/2019 Final action:
Title: Recommendation to find that all requirements of the final subdivision map for the construction of a new shopping center have been satisfied; approve the final map for Parcel No. 82403, at 6600 Atlantic Avenue; authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute subdivision agreements; and, a maintenance agreement for alley purposes; and Accept Categorical Exemption CE 18-216. (District 9)
Sponsors: Public Works
Attachments: 1. 061819-C-19sr&att.pdf
Related files: 35360_000

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Recommendation to find that all requirements of the final subdivision map for the construction of a new shopping center have been satisfied; approve the final map for Parcel No. 82403, at 6600 Atlantic Avenue; authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute subdivision agreements; and, a maintenance agreement for alley purposes; and

 

Accept Categorical Exemption CE 18-216.  (District 9)

 

DISCUSSION

In accordance with Long Beach Municipal Code Chapter 20.16, State of California Government Code Section 66458, and applicable local subdivision ordinances and subsequent rulings, a final subdivision map conforming to State Subdivision Map Act requirements must be approved by the City Council. The developer, Atlantic and Artesia, LLC, has submitted a duly certified final map of Parcel No. 82403, which is in conformance with the conditions and requirements placed on the tentative map approved by the Planning Commission on December 20, 2018.

 

Atlantic and Artesia, LLC, requests to subdivide the 93,045-square-foot parcel at 6600 Atlantic Avenue (Attachment A) to construct a shopping center comprising of six buildings with drive-throughs proposed for two restaurants and a bank.  Project received approval prior to the imposition of the drive-through moratorium.

 

Subdivision agreements providing for the offsite improvements, conditioned on this development, have been prepared. In addition, a maintenance agreement was prepared to provide for the shopping center owners to maintain the asphalt pavement, landscaping, and new lighting proposed for the unnamed public alley on the north side of the development site. In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), Categorical Exemption No. CE 18-216 was issued for the project (Attachment B).   

 

This matter was reviewed by Deputy City Attorney Amy R. Webber on May 29, 2019 and by Revenue Management Officer Geraldine Alejo on May 30, 2019.

                           

TIMING CONSIDERATIONS

City Council action is requested on June 18, 2019, to allow the developer to complete the tract development.

 

FISCAL IMPACT

A subdivision processing fee of $4,130 was deposited in the General Fund Group in the Public Works Department. This recommendation has no staffing impact beyond the normal budgeted scope of duties and is consistent with existing City Council priorities.    There is no local job impact associated with this recommendation.

 

SUGGESTED ACTION

Approve recommendation.

 

Respectfully Submitted,

CRAIG A. BECK                                                                                                                              

DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS   

 

 

 

APPROVED:

 

PATRICK H. WEST

CITY MANAGER