CITY OF GRASS VALLEY
DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE
9:00 A.M., TUESDAY, August 27, 2019
City Council Chambers
Grass Valley City Hall, 125 East Main Street, Grass Valley, CA 95945
Darrin Hutchins, Deputy Fire Marshal
Zackary Lake, Senior Civil Engineer
Tom Last, Community Development Director
Robert Wallis, City Architect
Liz Coots, Planning Commission Representative
1.0 CALL TO ORDER
2.0 ROLL CALL
3.0 ANNOUNCEMENTS, AGENDA REVIEW AND CHANGES
4.0 PUBLIC COMMENT - There is a time limitation of three minutes per person.
For items not on the agenda and within the jurisdiction or interest of the City, please address the Development Review Committee at this time.
For items on the agenda, please address the Development Review Committee when the item number and subject matter are announced. When recognized, please begin by providing your name and address for the record (optional).
5.0 GENERAL APPLICATION FOR REVIEW - The City of Grass Valley Development Review Committee will consider the following application:
5.1 Monument Sign Permit (19PLN-27) Development Review Committee consideration of a Sign Permit for a new monument sign for Superior Self-Storage located at 2530 Ridge Road. Environmental Determination: Categorically Exempt, Section 15311.
5.2 Monument Sign Permit (19PLN-30) Development Review Committee consideration of a Sign Permit for a new monument sign for Creekside Cottages located at 126 Bank Street. Environmental Determination: Categorically Exempt, Section 15311.
5.3 Development Review Permit (19PLN-25) for a redevelopment project to remove the existing 2,000 square foot single story building located at 740 Maltman Drive in the Commercial Business District (C-2) zone. The project includes construction of a new ±3,700 square foot professional office building and a new parking lot. The proposed structure is a two-story wood frame building. Environmental Determination: Exempt, 15061 B (3).
5.4 General Plan Amendment, Rezone, Development Review, and Use Permit Applications (15PLN-07) for the Dorsey Marketplace project located at the southeast corner of Dorsey Drive and Highway 20/49. Alternative A proposes to develop approximately 178,960 square feet of commercial space and 90 multiple-family dwelling units. Within the commercial area of the project, there are four major shops (with building sizes ranging between 20,000 and 40,000 square feet), six smaller shops (with building sizes between 3,800 and 7,200 square feet), and three pads for drive-through uses (with building sizes between 3,000 and 4,000 square feet). Alternative B proposes to develop approximately 104,350 square feet of commercial space, 8,500 square feet of office space, and 172 apartments. Two major shops (35,000 and 21,500 square feet), five smaller shops (with sizes between 4,000 and 8,500 square feet), three pads for drive-through uses (building sizes between 3,200 and 4,200 square feet) and one 6,000-square-foot pad that would support food service without a drive-through. The City has prepared an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for this project.