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If your concerns are similar to the examples listed and are related to Granite Bay, Placer County, please send your email to [email protected] Report: If Supervisor Kirk Uhler is not present, Ashley Brown will present.This process will take some time and the Draft EIR—the complete environmental study of this project—will not be available until early next spring. Proposed Project: “GBD Communities proposes to develop the Hawk Homestead project in the Granite Bay Community Plan (GBCP) of unincorporated Placer County [on property formerly known as the Frank Andrews property].Hawk Homestead features 108 rural estate home sites with extensive open space, trails and amenities consistent with the character and identity of Granite Bay.
The projectapplicant, 421 San Juan LLC, is requesting approval ofa Rezoning to RA-B-40 (Residential Agriculture, minimum building site of 40,000 square feet); a Conditional Use Permit to allow for the operation of an extended care facility on the property; and a Variance to section B(7) of the Zoning Ordinance to allow for nine off-street parking spaces where 18 are required.
Industrial Hemp Update: Placer County staff will provide an overview of recent changes in state and federal law regarding industrial hemp that will likely result in its legalization and regulation as an agricultural crop.
As part of the process to begin developing county policy and regulation, county staff are conducing outreach and seeking input from the public regarding what hemp is, its legal status, potential concerns, how it is differentiated from cannabis, and how industrial hemp might one day fit into Placer County’s landscape.
The 245.2-acre Hawk Homestead (HH) site is located at the northwest corner of Barton Road and Cavitt-Stallman Road in the Granite Bay community.” The property is currently zoned for just 37 homes with a minimum lot size of 4.6 acres.
This project proposal is asking for almost three times as many lots ...