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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO. 8

Meeting Date: September 14, 2004

Subject/Title: Authorize staff to prepare a subdivision map for creation of two additional parcels for voluntary relocation of two existing businesses from Brentwood Boulevard. (H. Sword/G. Rozenski)

Prepared by: Gina Rozenski, Redevelopment Manager

Submitted by: Howard Sword, Director of Economic Development

RECOMMENDATION
Authorize staff to prepare a subdivision map for creation of two additional parcels for voluntary relocation of two existing businesses from Brentwood Boulevard.

PREVIOUS ACTION
On March 13 and May 11, 2004, respectively, the City Manager approved and executed Subdivision Map 8588 and Subdivision Map 8842 to create the necessary 15 parcels, lot sizes and configurations to accommodate the selected industrial businesses/buyers. The two Subdivision Maps excluded the 6.1 acres in the northerly section of Sunset Industrial Complex, since this land was partially reserved for an expanded corporation yard.

BACKGROUND
With the high demand for industrial zoned parcels and the success of Sunset Industrial Complex, the original acreage reserved for the corporation yard was reduced in favor of voluntary relocation opportunities from Brentwood Boulevard and the implementation of a future specific plan for the corridor. Of the northerly 6.1 acres, staff now proposes that 1.2 acres be reserved for an expanded corporation yard and the remaining 4.9 acres be sold to light industrial users. The City Manager and Director of Public Works agree that 1.2 acres, as well as other surrounding available land, is sufficient to accommodate the future expansion of the corporation yard needed for build out as outlined in the Maxim report.

Staff has been working with Pizzagoni Towing and Delta Fence for the last several months to configure 4.9 acres on the northerly section of Sunset Industrial Complex for their voluntary relocation and expansion of operations.

Originally, Pizzagoni requested 3.0 acres to relocate and expand its existing operations from Brentwood Boulevard and Somersville Road in Antioch. They planned to purchase Lot 7, a 1.8 acre parcel, and an additional 1.2 acre adjacent lot in the northerly section. Their business plan now requires at least 3.7 acres, which will accommodate a high-end customer service RV storage yard and repair service.

Delta Fence has requested a minimum of 2.5 acres for their voluntary relocation of operations.

Due to on-site vehicle circulation needs for both businesses, and the ingress/egress constraints at the curved street, and the increase in Pizzagoni’s land needs, the two parties have agreed to the latest configuration recommended by staff and attached as Phase III Exhibit. The approved PD-56 zoning allows a minimum of one acre parcels in the northerly section. Consequently, the remnant of .51 acre shall be accommodated by a lot line adjustment with the adjacent Lot 6, and sold to the owner of Lot 6 at the Council-approved sales price.

Staff requests Council direction to proceed with a subdivision map to create the parcels as reflected in the attached Phase III Exhibit.

FISCAL IMPACT
There are sufficient funds remaining in the original contract with Carlson Barbee Gibson to pay for additional subdivision map work for the northerly section of Sunset Industrial Complex. No additional funds are necessary.

Attachments: Phase III Configuration

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