Ronald M. Traub, Director CommissionEconomic & Community Development
:March 8, 2012
:Rick Osborne, Jr.
Status of Applicant
:Final Site Plan and Architectural Review
:To construct three (3) single story office buildings.
B-1, Community Service
Southwest corner of Bellflower Road and Center Street intersection.
Three 3,200 sq. ft. buildings on 1.29 acres
Existing Land Use
Parcel ID Number
16-C-077-I-0-007, 008, 009, 010-0
Surrounding LandUse and Zoning
North: single-family homes; zoned R-2, Single Family ResidentialSouth: State Route 2 and 615 west bound on-rampEast: Proposed O’Reily Auto Part Store and BP Service Station; zoned B-2, GeneralBusinessWest: single-family homes; zoned R-2, Single Family Residential
The Planning Commission approved the Preliminary Site Plan at their January 26, 2012meetingIn November of 2003, an initiative petition by Richard Osborne, Jr. to rezone a (7)seven-acre parcel at the southwest intersection of Center Street (State Route 615) andBellflower Road from R-2, Single Family Residential to B-1, Community Service wasapproved by the electorate. Previously there had been several initiatives to rezone portions of the seven (7) acre parcel to B-1, Community Service (bank/office building)and RVG, Village Green.The Planning Commission approved a Preliminary Site Development for a 114 unitAssisted Living Facility in April 2004. In June, 2004, the Commission approved anAdult Day Care and a reduction of the required buffer.
Site Development PlansDesign Guidelines for Commercial and Industrial Corridors
Existing 15”-18” storm sewer at
Bellflower Road and 12” on State Route 615.Existing 8” sanitary sewer at
Bellflower Road and State Route 615.Existing 3” gas line on the north side of Bellflower RoadExisting 12” water main on the south side of Bellflower Road
1.Site subject to NPDES Stormwater Permit requirements. Copy of permit or permit number required prior to