ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT & OTHER STUDIES- INCLUSIONARY HOUSING
Jones & Stokes, Inc. Professional Services Agreement (PSA) to perform Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the PBC Inclusionary Housing, July 3, 2014
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT – PEBBLE BEACH BUILD-OUT
PLANNING DEPARTMENT APPLICATION – PROPOSED INCLUSIONARY APARTMENTS
For complete reports go to the the Monterey County planning department’s website at https://aca.accela.com/monterey/Default.aspx and enter the permit number (PLN130447) in “Planning, search applications.”
For an overview that is easier to use, go the link set up by the planning department.
ADVERTISING OF 90 NEW ESTATE LOTS
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING APPROVING DEL MONTE FOREST BUILD-OUT
Video of Board of Supervisors June 19, 2012 meeting where last-minute compromise was finalized paving the way for Inclusionary Housing at the currently proposed Congress Rd. site. This video is the BEST WAY to gain a quick understanding about what is really going on.
Text of the Inclusionary Housing component of DMF final build-out PLN 100138 (passed by Board of Supervisors resolution) June 19, 2012 (see above video) can be found in on the Supervisor’s website. Look for “Revised Resolution 12-149 with attachments.” Once you open the large document, look for Finding 15 and Conditions 18 and 143. Click here to access. Or to view or download PDF extract of relevant pages, click here.
Detailed maps and site plans for the overall Pebble Beach development plan (PLN100138) of which the Inclusionary Housing is a condition can be found in Attachement C Draft Project Resolution also on the June 19, 2012 “meeting details” portion of the Supervisors web site
IN-LIEU FEE PROPOSALS
First in-lieu fee proposal, April 18, 2011 , click here.
Second in-lieu fee proposal, February 24, 2012, Pebble Beach Co’s lawyers, Fenton and Keller argue against Inclusionary Housing anywhere in Del Monte Forest saying “…increased densities in the development area would upset planning, environmental, and market objectives” click here to view. (Pay particular attention to page 67 paragraph’s 2 and 3.)
Coastal Zone map, click here.
Draft Corporate Yard Site Plan showing Inclusionary Housing directly behind the planned new ten lot ocean-view subdivision as advocated by County Planning Commission, County Planning Staff, Housing Advisory Committee, and California Coastal Commission. Click here to view.
Video of October 16, 2013 Pacific Grove City Council meeting, click here.
League of Women Voters Urges County to buy 900 acres of PB Co. Aguajito land to expand Jack’s Peak Park. Click here to view LWV letter.
Dave Potter pushing for purchase of 9 lots from PB Co. to expand Jack’s Peak Park. To view source, click here and go to second to last paragraph.
New real estate disclosure requirement for re-zoning for higher density more affordable housing. Click here to view article.
Zoning look up for project parcel, which also includes Huckleberry Hill Natural Area and the Corporate yard: Click here and enter the APN# (008041009000) without hyphens.
ECONOMICS OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Affordable Housing in Monterrey County, Analyzing the General Plan Update and Applied Development Economics Report, Reason Foundation Policy Study 323, August 2004. To view study, click here