RV Park Developer Files Negative Declaration
September 18, 2019
The SMC Planning Department is planning to move forward with a “Negative Declaration” on the proposed Harbor Village RV Park unless objections are raised. The County of San Mateo has determined that the environmental impact of the project is insignificant.
Please email your comments! The Negative Declaration review period ends Oct 18th, 2019.
• Ruemel Panglao - email@example.com (Project Planner)
San Mateo Co. Planning Case: PLN2017-00320 https://planning.smcgov.org/sites/planning.smcgov.org/files/IS_MND_FINAL.pdf
See additional info on the MCC website http://www.midcoastcommunitycouncil.org/harbor-village/
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The applicant requests Coastal Development Permit (CDP), Use Permit, Mobile Home Permit, and Grading Permit for the construction of a new 50 space RV park, plus a 869 sq. ft. shower and laundry facility located on a legal 3.356-acreparcel (legality confirmed via Lot Line Adjustment: LLA94-0014). The construction of the RV park involves 4,500 cubic yards of cut and 4,575 cubic yards of fill. No trees are proposed for removal. The project is appealable to the California Coastal Commission.
FINDINGS AND BASIS FOR A NEGATIVE DECLARATION
The Current Planning Section has reviewed the initial study for the project and based upon substantial evidence in the record, finds that:
1. The project will not adversely affect water or air quality or increase noise levels substantially.
2. The project will not have adverse impacts on the flora or fauna of the area.
3. The project will not degrade the aesthetic quality of the area.
4. The project will not have adverse impacts on traffic or land use.
5. In addition, the project will not:
a. Create impacts which have the potential to degrade the quality of the environment.
b. Create impacts which achieve short-term to the disadvantage of long-term environmental goals.
c. Create impacts for a project which are individually limited, but cumulatively considerable.
d. Create environmental effects which will cause substantial adverse effects on human beings, either directly or indirectly.