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A. Project Title: Specific Plan Amendment (SPA) 18-0001 Applicant: City of Vallejo Location: White Slough Specific Area Plan, Zones 1A and 2A
Project Description: The City has initiated an Amendment to the White Slough Specific Area Plan to add Marijuana Retail and Marijuana Cultivation,
Manufacturing, and Distribution to Zone 1A, and Marijuana Retail to Zone 2A, as allowed uses per Appendix 2 of the Specific Area Plan. Zone 1A has a General Plan 2040 Land Use Designation of Business/Limited Residential and Business/Light Industrial. It is generally bounded by Sonoma Boulevard, Enterprise Street, and the White Slough. Zone 2A has a General Plan 2040 Land Use Designation of Central Corridor and Business/Limited Residential. This zone is generally bounded by Sonoma Boulevard, Sereno Drive, Redwood Street, and the White Slough.
California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Section 15061(b)(3) of Title 16 Public Resources general rule that CEQA applies only to
projects which have the potential for causing a significant effect on the environment. The proposed Amendment affect the regulatory process for allowed uses in White Slough Specific Area Plan s Zones 1A and 2A, and it is not a project, therefore no further review is required.
Staff Recommendation: Staff recommends the Planning Commission adopt a resolution to amend White Slough Specific Area Plan (Specific Area Plan)
pursuant to Vallejo Municipal Code (VMC) Section 17.04.020. The amendment accommodates existing and future marijuana-related businesses in the Specific Area Plan s project area. The Planning Commission s recommendation will be forwarded to the City Council for adoption pursuant to VMC Section 17.04.030.
I, Leslie Trybull, Planning Executive Secretary, do hereby certify that I have caused a true copy of the above notice and agenda to be delivered to
each of the members of the Vallejo Planning Commission, at the time and in the manner prescribed by law and that this agenda was posted at City Hall, 555 Santa Clara Street, CA at 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, June 13, 2018.