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City of Los Angeles

CALIFORNIA

CITY PLANNINQ
' COMMISeiON

DEPARTMENT OF

CITY PLANNINQ
SeI Ott Hail
LM AnocLCS. CA 9O0 I Z

DANIEL P. GARQA

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ARL MASTON

CALVIN S. HAMILTON

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- J. S. KRUEGER

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Sl/ZETTE NEIMAN
RAYMOND I. NORMAN

TOM BRADLEY

•CCKCTAIIT

MAYOR

JUL 27 1984
Ht. St. Mary's College
1201 Chalon Road

Los Angeles, CA 90049
Alan E, Smith

The Blurock Corporation
2300 Newport Boulevard
Newport Beach, CA 92663

Department of Building & Safety
Zoning - Room 423, City Hall
CITY PLAN CASE NO. 4072 CU

COUNCIL DISTRICT NO. 11

Please be advised that the City Planning Commission on July 12, 1984
conditionally approved the plans (Exhibit ZP-2 and ZP-3, attached to the file)
for a multi-level parking structure on the Mt. St. Mary's College site, located
at 12001 Chalon Road, east of Bundy Drive.

This action was taken by the following vote:
Moved;

Seconded:

Ayes;

Harrington

Maston

Krueger, Neiman, Garcia

Attached Is a copy of the Staff Report adopted by the Ccnmlsslon, Including the
Conditions of Approval that were Imposed (Condition No. 4 revised to perm,1t 268
spaces).

CALVIN S. HAMILTON

Director of Planning

Raymond I.V-Norman, Secretary
City Planning Commission

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DEPARTMENT OF .CITY PLANNING

Room 56M, City Hall

200. North Sparing Street
Los Angeles,"OA 90012

485-350S (Please make appointments by phone)
CITY PLAN CASE NO. 4072-CU

Council District No. 11

DECISION DATE: Jw jy"If

District Map No. 7235, 7297

Brentwood-Pacific

District

Palisades

and 144-141

9:30 a.m.

Book 2, Page 490, Grid AZ-37

Location: Rm. 350. Cltv Rail

Env'l File No. MND-113-84-CUC

Time:

Lob Angelea, CA
City Planning Commrsslon

To:

From:

Zoning Plans.Section

Requested by;

Mount St. Mary's College

Subject:

APPROVAL OF PLANS - TWO- TO FOUR-LEVEL
PARKING STRUCTURE FOR 244 AUTOMOBILES

Property Involved:

12001 Chalon Road, east of Bundy Drive

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page
RECOMMENDATION

1

STAFF REPORT

2

Request
Comments
Conclusion

EXHIBITS (copies for file and Commissioners only)
2P- 3
ZP- 4
ZP- 5

Plot Plan
Elevation Plan

Site-line Study (file copy only)

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.CITY.PLAN CASE NO, 4072

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RECOMMENDATION

ACTION RECOMMENDED BY THE STAFF: That the Commleslon

Consider the Staff Report

Approve the plot* plan and elevation plans as shown on Exhibits ZP-2 and
ZP-3# subject to the following conditions:

1.

That the property be developed substantially in accordance with the plot
plan and elevation plans. Exhibit Nos. ZP-2 and ZP-3 attached to the
subject file, City Plan Case No. 4072.

2.

That along the south and east sides of the parking structure, landscaping
be provided to further screen the structure from the view of adjacent
residential properties.

3.

That the ratio of parking to students, shall not be less than J'V parking
spaces for each student enrolled at Mount St. Mary's College.

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That not more than .26-8 automobile parking spaces be constructed on
the subject sits.

That open areas adjoining the parking structure and which areas are not
used for buildings, driveways, parking areas, or walks, shall be
attractively landscaped In accordance with a landscape development plan
prepared by a licensed landscape architect, or licensed architect or

• landscape contractor to the satisfaction of the Planning Department.
Approved copies of such plans shall be submitted to the Department of
Building and Safety before Issuance of a building permit.

6.

Alt lighting shall be directed onto the site, and no floodlighting shall be
located as to be seen directly by the adjacent residential areas. This
condition shall not preclude the installation of low-level security lighting.

7.

That the University of California at Los Angeles Research Center be
notified when the project Is started and, If any archaeological materials
are encountered during the course, of the project development, that the
project be halted, and the Research Center contacted at once for a proper
assessment of the resource and an evaluation of the Impact.

8.

If the subject plan approval privileges are not utlllxed or construction
work not begun and carried on diligently to completion of at least one
usable unit within two years after the effective date of any plan approval
authorization, the plan approval authorization shall become void.

Prepared by:

jnnre V. Howell

t:ity Planner

Approved by:

Bobr^ogers

Senior City PlannS

CITY PLAN CASE NO. Am

Page 3

STAFF REPORT
The Request;

Approve plans and elevations for a 244-space parking structure, as is shown
on the location map, Exhibit ZP- 3 and A attached.
Proposed Project;

The applicant proposes to develop the property with a 244-space parking
structure to replace the existing 56-space parking lot on the site; e.g. to
add 188 new parking spaces.

The applicant states that the plans should be approved because:
On January 26, 1984 the City Planning Commission approved the plans and
staff report concerning the construction of a Faculty Residence facility on the
Mt. St. Mary's Chalon Campus. In the approved staff report and.on the plan,
there was a reference to the construction of the proposed parking garage.

"it should also be noted that, at the southern end of the campus, there
is a proposed future parking structure. While no new parking is needed
at the present time, future changes In enrollment could create a demand
for more parking. The future parking structure wlli be constructed If
and when the need for it becomes apparent."

^t this time, the Mt, St. Mary's College would like to begin construction of
this proposed parking structure. If the. current ratio of students to parking

available is used, the enrollment on campus could increase to 1037 from 75Q^
with the additional 188 spaces (244-56 existing)^ The parking garage is being
constructed over an existing parking lot at the southern entrance to the
campus, which

will

better facilitate "commuter"

students traffic from

the

■ sourroundlng area.

The current siting and configuration of the parking garage Is the result of
recommendations made at a meeting with City Geology Specialists of the Los
Angeles Grading Department of the Department of Building and Safety.

This site is located at the closest possible position to the Academic Center of
Campos and any other location would unnecessarily increase traffic to the
northern residential end of campus.
General Plan Designationt

The sub/ect property Is located within the Brentwood-Pacific Palisades District

Plan which desfgnates the property for "Quasi-Public" (private School) use.
No zoning designation It Indicated on the plan.
Existing Zoning and Land Use:

^e subject property it zoned RE40-1-H and Improved with Mount St. Mary's
allege.

CITY"PLAN CASE NO. 4W2

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■-Adjoining property it zoned RE15-1-H and Improved with tingle-family
■ dwellings or it vacant.

Environmental Clearance;

In accordance with the Environmental Quality Act of 1970/ the lubject property
was granted a Conditional Negative Declaration.
The envlronmentai review determined that potential impacts could occur from
the project's Implementation. However, changes and alterations have been
required, or Incorporated Into the conditions of approval or procedural
requirements for this project which mitigate or avoid the environmental effects
identified In the environmental clearance, including the following plan approval
conditions:

1.

2.

Preservation or replacement of desirable trees.

Protection of any archaeological materials encountered during the course

of project development.

Prior Relevant Cases;

The

college

has

existed

since

1929

under

a

zone

variance

(Zoning

Administration Case No. 3066} grant by the City Council. It Is considered a
deemed to be approved" conditional use. Subsequent plan approvals
permitted expansion of the campus facilities beginning in 1952. The most

recent grant was on January 26, 1984 to permit the construction of a faculty
residence hall in anticipation of enlargement of the s.tudent enrollment. The
Planning Commission stipulated in- the grant that the college enrollment could
not be expanded until adequate parking facilities had been constructed.
Conclusion;

The subject plans should be approved as shown on Exhibits ZP-3 and 4 with
conditions as recommended because:

1.

The project will enable the college to increase its enrollment consistent

with the C^misslon's action of January 21, 1984 relative to Its approval

of a.faculty; residence hall. The Cpmnilstlon required that no incriease In
enrollment would be permitted until parking facilities had been provided.
Prom the "Site-Line Study" (Exhibit ZP-5)

2.

It does not appear that the project will have a visual Impact on
surrounding developments outside the subject ownership provided that
additional trees are planted to screen the parking structure from view of
residential properties to the south.

3.

The project appears consistent with prior plan approval actions relative to
the subject ownership.

The proposed parking facility will result In a student-parking ratio of
approximately ,23 spaces per student.

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DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING

Room 561-1, City Hail
200 North Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA

90012

485-3505 (Please make appointments by phone)
CITY PLAN CASE NO. 4072-CU

JUL 1 2 1984
DECISION DATE: ffuly. 5,

Council District No. 11
Brentwood-Pacific
Palisades

District

District Map No. 7235, 7297
and 144-141

Time:

Book 2, Page 490, Grid AZ-37

9:30 a.m.

Location: Rm. 350, Citv Hall
Env'l File No. MND-113-84-CUC
Los Angeles, CA
To:
City Planning Commiission
From:

Zoning Plans Section

Requested by

Mount St. Mary's College

Subject:

APPROVAL OF PLANS - TWO- TO FOUR-LEVEL
PARKING STRUCTURE FOR 244 AUTOMOBILES

Property Involved:

12001 Chalon Road, east of Bundy Drive

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page
RECOMMENDATION

1

STAFF REPORT

2

Request
Comments

Conclusion

EXHIBITS (copies for file and Commissioners only)
ZP- 3

ZP- 4
ZP- 5

Plot Plan
Elevation Plan

Site-line Study (file copy only)

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C^TY PLAN CASE b\o( 072

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Page 2

RECOMMENDATION

action recommended by the STAFF:

That the Commission

Consider the Staff Report

Approve the plot plan and elevation plans as shown on Exhibits ZP-2 and
ZP-3, subject to the following conditions:
1.

That the property be developed substantially in accordance with the plot
plan and elevation plans, Exhibit Nos. ZP-2 and ZP-3 attached to the
subject file. City Plan Case No. 4072.

That along the south and east sides of the parking structure, landscaping
be provided to further screen the structure from the view of adjacent
residential properties.

That the ratio of parking to students shall not be less than /V" parking
spaces-for each student enrolled at Mount St. Mary's College.

Ajy That not more than 244 automobile parking spaces be constructed on
the subject site.

5.

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That open areas adjoining the parking structure and which areas.are not
used for buildings, driveways, parking areas, or walks, shall be
attractively landscaped in accordance with a landscape development plan
prepared by a licensed landscape architect, or licensed architect or
landscape contractor to the satisfaction of the Planning Department.
Approved copies of such plans shall be submitted to the Department of
Building and Safety before issuance .of a building permit.

6.

All lighting shall be directed onto the site, and no floodlighting shall be
located as to be seen directly by the adjacent residential areas. This
condition shall not preclude the installation of low-level security lighting.

7.

That the University of California at Los Angeles Research Center, be
notified when the project is started and, if any archaeological materials
are encountered during the course of the project development, that the

project be halted and the Research Center .contacted at once for a proper
assessment of the resource and an evaluation of the impact.

8.

I.f the-.subject plan approval privileges are- not utilized or construction
work not begun and carried on diligently to completion of at least one
usable unit within two years after the effective date of any plan approval
authorization, the plan approval authorization shall become void.

Prepared by:

Approved by:

U

Anne V. Howell

City Planner

Bob^Rogers

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Senior City PiannW''

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Page 3
STAFF REPORT

The Request:

Approve plans and elevations for a 244-space parking structure, as is shown

on the location map. Exhibit ZP- 3 and 4 attached.
Proposed Project:

The applicant proposes to develop the property with a 244-space parking

structure to replace the existing 56-space parking lot on the site; e.g. to
add 188-new parking spaces.

The applicant states that the plans should be approved because:
On January 26, 1984 the City Planning Commission approved the plans and
staff report concerning the construction of a Faculty Residence facility on the
Mt. St. Mary's Chalon Campus. In the approved staff report and on the plan,
■ there was a reference to the construction of the proposed parking garage.
"It should also be noted that, at the southern end of the campus, there
is a proposed future parking structure. While no new parking is needed
at the present time, future changes in enrollment- could create a demand
for more parking. The future parking structure will be constructed if
and when the need for it becomes apparent." •

At this time, the Mt. St. Mary's College would like to begin construction of

this proposed parking structure. If the current ratio of studen^to parking

available is used, the enrollment on campus could increase to
from 750
with the additional 188 spaces (244-56 existing). The .parking garage is being

constructed over an existing parking lot at. the southern entrance to the
campus which will better
sourrounding area.

facilitate- "commuter"

students

traffic

from

the

The current siting and configuration of the parking garage Is the result of
recommendations made at a meeting with City -Geology Specialists of the Los

Angeles Grading Department of the Department of Building and Safety.

This site is located at the closest possible position to the Academic Center of
Campus and" any other location would unnecessarily increase traffic to the
northern residential end of campus.

General Plan Designation:

The subject property is located within the Brentwood-Pacific Palisades District

Plan which designates the property for "Quasi-Public" (private School) use.
No zoning designation is indicated on the plan.
•Existing Zoning and Land Use:

Jhe .subject property is zoned RE40-1-H and improved with Mount St. Mary's
College.

CITY PLAN CASE N0(^ 072
Adjoining

property is zoned

C
RE15-1-H

and

improved

Page 4
with

single-family

dwellings or is vacant.
Environmental Clearance;

In accordance with the Environmental Quality Act of 1970, the subject property
was granted a Conditional Negative Declaration,

The environmental review determined that potential impacts could occur from
the project's implementation. However, changes and alterations have been
required, or incorporated into the conditions of approval or procedural
requirements for this project which mitigate or avoid the environmental effects
identified in the environmental clearance, including the following plain approval
conditions:

1.

2.

Preservation or replacement of desirable trees.

Protection of - any archaeological -materials encountered during the course
of project development.

Prior Relevant Cases:

The college has existed since 1929 under a zone variance (Zoning
Administration Case No. 3066) grant by the City Council. It is considered a
deemed to be approved" conditional use. Subsequent plan approvals
permitted expansion of the campus facilities beginning in 1952. The mostrecent grant was on January 26, 1984 to permit the construction of a faculty
residence hall in anticipation of enlargement of the student enrollment. The

Planning Commission stipulated in the grant that the college enrollment could
not be expanded until adequate parking facilities had been constructed.
Conclusion:

The subject plans should be approved as shown on Exhibits ZP-3 and 4 with
conditions as recommended because:

1.

The project will enable the college to increase its enrollment consistent
with the Commission's action of January 21, 1984 relative to its approval
of a faculty residence hall. The Commission required that no increase- in
enrollment would be permitted until parking facilities had been provided.
From the "Site-Line Study" (Exhibit ZP-5)

2.

It does not appear that the project will have a visual impact on
surrounding developments outside the subject ownership provided that
additional trees are planted to screen the parking structure from view of
residential properties to the south.

3.

4.

The project appears consistent with- prior plan approval actions relative to
the subject ownership.
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The proposed parking facility will result in a student-parking ratio- of
approximately

spaces per student.

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CITY PIiAN CASE NO. 4072

DISTRICT

COUNCIL DISTRICT NO. 11
Bk. 2, Page 490
Grid A2/37

decision DATEt January 26, 1984
After 9:30 A.M.

TIME:

location!

Van H uys

14836

Woman * s Club

Sylvan Street

Van » uys,

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To:

City Planni,ng Corranlssion

Froins

Zoning Plans Section

Requested by: Mt. Si

Subject: APPROVAL

OF

Property

Involved:

Located a

Mary's College, Chalon Campus

PLRHS - FACULTY RESIDENCE BUILDING

; 12001 Chalon Road, east of Bundy Drive
table OF CONTENTS

RECOMMENDATION . .
STAFF REPORT
• Request . . • =
Comments . . • • <
Conclusion . • •
EXHIBITS:

:
ZP-1 (Radius Map) plans, floor plans
ZP-2 (set of site

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and elevationfi) • • • •
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CITV PLAN CASE NO, 4072
recommendation

BY THE STAFF t

action RECO^ttffiNDED

That the Coiraniesion

Consider the Staff Report.

tlon of
or a
xauuj-uj residence hall,
-y
approve
the constrvction
a4-4oTi.
faculty

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of 39 DSiirlclncf spftCfis

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a relocation.of 39 parking spaces, subject to

parking garage anc
the following condJ tionsI

1.

There shall be no increase in student enrollment beyond
750 students/ until a parking structure is constructed at
the southern ind of the campus. In lieu of this, when an

increase in eLollment beyond 750 students
the college mav apply to the City Planning
review of the adequacy of existing and any

is contemplated,
Commission for a
proposed on-canpus

surface parkin
2.

Lidencc hall shall contain not mote than three

The faculty r

dwelling unlt^ nor 33 bedrooms, including three bedrooms to
be used as guiest rooms«

3.

height, and
in height.
4,

,5oidenoe hall shall not exceed three stories in
t'.le garage building shall not exceed one story

The faculty r

roperty shall be developed substantially in
the plans, Exhibit EP-2, attached to City
4072,
on file in the Los Angeles City Plying
No,

The subject p
accordance with
Plan Case

elccept
Department, e

as the subject property may be required

ppovisions set down by the Municipal Code and

to meet the p

the condition
5.

Prior to the

ment plans

herein.

issuance of building pemits, detailed develop-

Including a complete landscape plan, snail ne

the Department of City Planning for approval.
parkin g spaces shall be provided adjacent to the

submitted to
6.

Eleven
faculty resic ence hall.

7.

This approval shall be utilized within two years after the
effective date

of approval. If at least one usable dwelling
by that date, this approval shall become

is not compls ted
void.

Recommended by:

Approved by:

UlJfc-J
. Llllenberg
Vrilliam E
ty
Senior City

T

Planner |

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CITY PLAN CASE KC. 4072

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STAFF REPORT

Request{ -

The ConunisBion ha B

received a request from Mt. St, Mary's College

(Chalon Campus) for approval for a three-dwelling unit apartment
building, contain|l"ng 32 bedrooms, including several guest rooraB,
to be used for hobeing

on the campus.

faculty and staff presently located elsewhere

T le housing used elsewhere will be made available

for students liviKg

on-campuB.

Comments;

The proposed structure would be three stories in height.

To the
^ne-story garage structure, let into the earth
bank on the north side. The requested faculty residence hall
would also entail a minor reconfiguration of cairpus parking, as
north would be a

explained below.

The college, for Ifhe past five years, has maintained a constant

enrollment ^of bet^reen 700 and 750 students.

The college is planning

to keep ehfollmGni, steady at its current level in the foreseeable
future. The new ifesidence hall is therefore being built to increase
the number of stuc'entfi living on-campus, not to Increase enrollment,
The construction
f the new faculty residence hall will open up

rooms in Rossiter Hall, located approximately at the center of the
campus, which can then be occupied by students.

By Code, the propcsed residence hall will require seven additional
parking spaces, ^Ehis includes two parking spaces for each of the

three dwelling units, and one additional space for three guest
bedrooms (the'
latt er requirement is so low because more than
60 guest rooms are located elsewhere within the campus). The
proposed new resic ence hall is being built on the northern-most

parking lot within the campus which currently contains 39 spaces,
Eleven new spaces would be contained within the proposed garage
building, for a net loss of 28 spaces on the site. The lost
spaces would be re placed on a lower lot (see Drawing AS-5 in the
exhibits) through the removal of several temporary trailers and
a portion of a dllapidated building. This will create 38 new
parking spaces at that location resulting in an overall campus
gain of 10 parking spaces (or three more than the seven required
for the new reside nee hall).

In addition to increasing

spaces on the camp|uB

the net existing number of parking

by 10, th,e relocation of parking from the

northern-most lot where the residence hall will be constructed

to the more southejrly location will place that parking In a nora
convenient locatloin and it should be more fully utilized. It
that, at the southern end of the campus, there
is a proposed future parking structure. While no new parking
is needed at the p resent time, future changes In enrollment
could create a demand for more parking. The future parking
should also be noted

CITY PUVN CASE NO

structure will be

becomes apparent.

4072

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constructed if and when the need.for It

The requested facu
hall will have rio discernible
impact on any surr
Mary'a campus
is located atop a ^ eveled ridge. The campus Is straddled
on both
sides by preclpltou
development is to

"2
"^inl-'abitea.
The nearest
the west of Chalon
Koad
and Bundy Drive*

At the specific location of
northern end of ths campus,

the proposed residence hall at the
the view to both the east and west

le composed of plunglng canyons which then rise precipitously
which no development Is visible. To the
north, the topograp
S>hy rises steeply, again with no visible
development (the garage building would be let In to this north
rising slope)• rhi sole direction in which development is visible
is to the south, tne campus itself*
to ridge lines aloii

Conclusion:

It is the staff re_
commendation that, with the
the requested addit
^-icn of a faculty residence

recommended conditions,
hall and reconflgura-

tion of parking be approved. In consideration of the severe

topography on three sides of the subject site, in combination with
the total lack of a .
tiy visible development to and beyond the ridge

lines in these thres
3 directions, the proposed development will
have no Impact of a iy
on surro^ding off-campus developments*
The relocation of t le elxietlng parking lot from its present position
to a more centraliz 5d location, will
promote a greater u tillzation of the

The staff

be beneficial since It will
parking spaces.

has recomitended that any future expansions of snroilmsnt
i-he construction of the future parking structure

f-aH upon
be predicated

at the southern end

4
^ has noted, that the
campus.
While
it isresidence
true, as hall
the
pplleant
proposed
faculty
contemplates a net a<3dltion of 10 parking spaces on-campus with

oont^^nrth?/'"^^"^
enrollment, there^oSld be LT^erent
in
i appifoval to insure that enrollment would not crow

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condition relating future
Increases to 5s
the preposed
parking structure.

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ZONING
APPLICATION FOR CONDITIONAL USE
(For Filing Refer to Requirements and Instructions)
TO THE CITY PLANNING COMMISSION:

The undersigned '
(Print Name of Owner or' Lessee)

hereby requests that you approve the location of the following use:
(Specify Type of Use)

on property situated at
(Street Address)

Aas^je.

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■betweenN^E.-nf-inter8ftCtion..af..

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Exact legal description (Lot, Block and Tract) of said property being:
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jur.thar-legal-de8crlptioa-afct%ched..to-thi8-applieatioiu

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A map'Sfroti>inff. said property ond swrrounding property together with Property Owners hist ore attached

hereto dnd made a part of this application.

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1. Describe the type of use and improvements proposed; how the proposed use and improvements are.
to be designed and arranged to fit into the development of adjacent property and ne^hborhood; and
why there is a need for such use,

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B:q)anaion of Motmt St# Mary's College facilities requires the use"of this

piece of land for athletic purposes — swianing pool, bathhouse,recreation rocas,
athletic fields, %tc.

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Inad'vertsiitly Parcel A was used for sviiaraing pool, bathhouse, and teiinis oeurte^.
we did not realise at the tiae that its was hot ihcluded in the original' ' '

application for zoning. This vas brought to our attention recently' Sdsen a build- , V '

ihg perait was being taken out for a proposed building.

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2. Fiurnish plot plan showing boundaries and dimensions of property, width of boundary streets, locatiots
and size of buildings on the site, roadways, walks, offstreet parking and loading space, landscapii^

and the like. Architect's ^etch showing elevation of any proposed building and complete plans lor
/ Such building ue also desirable and if available should be filed with the application.
(The plot plaw^all be droum to a «coIe of ot least 1"= 16' ond sfwio o North ottouj, the, locatlon,^eiare..Shfl5« o;^
• heiffht of all existing and/or proposed Imildinffs and dimensions of open spaces on the site.)

3.' Applicant acquired his propefty on
leased

Ju^...25.,..19.W».,

Month, Day, Year

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i.4^„-- «♦ it-iAr>ira *12 aw<i 33 of the Santa Moaica Land and Water

MLacellaneottS Becorde of said County described as follows .

BeginBing at a 2p.inch pipe seiof TS'act 9479, recorded in Book 1^, p^os 40

teminuf^e center line of Bn^ Drive, m dedicated by aap

ScSSTof s^d county, ^id Poi^t ^ fSoS°M

^. -

sJoSa

curve concave easterly having a radius of
®|
on said nap ( a radial to said curve at said pipe bearing S.75"
23* 15« W. by record, but bearing S. 75° 13' 15" W. for toe pur

pose of this description), said point bei^ !i®S+^^MaSt^t^olleffe

cobBBT of Parcel One described in deed to Mount St. Maiy s Colleg ,
recorded in Book 9428, page 90, Official accords of said County,

Sidwint being 2so the begiining of a expound c^ concave
ea8te?ly, having a radius of 112.00 feet ( a radial to s^d ^

bearing S. 75° 13' 15" W.); thence froa the true point oJ^«^

iiing ndrbherly on said curve 93.06 feet to the end thereof, t^ce

^enb to said curve N. 32° 49* W" E. ^'63 f«t to the beg^

nSg of a tangent curve concave northwesterly, havi^ a radius of 236.00 feet,
thence northwesterly on said curve 119.51 feet to the end

and the beginning of a compound curve concave westerly, Joying J

radius of 847.25 feet; thence northerly on said
to the end thereof; thence tangent to said

319.90 feet

184.00 feet to the northwest comer of this parcel, thence N.59
55f i,pH g, 978,98 feet to the northeast comer of this parcw.;

Sen^ S. 44° 27' 19- B. 263.26 feet, S. 14°06« 20" B. 305.92 feet
and S. 35° 33' 45" B. 272.00 feet to a 2-inch pipe set in concrete

Septoid)er 12, 1944, and filed for record concwmtly
Mpe being the southeast comer of this parc^; ^^®®°®

258.56 feet to the northeast comer of
?
?iJ.
Book 9428, page 90; thence S.70° 24' 45" W. 261.02 ^®^^® a point,

thence S. 65® 38' 46" W. 831.70 feet to the tme point of beginning.

Pa-KCAl A te a Dortion of Lot 12, Division 1 of Bogion 36, and is ab^

SmOIdL MP OP THE OOBSTI OP IM M.OEIIS,

Of the Becorder of said County, in Book 1, at page 20, of Official Maps,
Basis of bearings used in this description is that c^se in the center
line of Bundy Drive at l^s intersection^^ Cha^n
°® ^
Map of Tract 9479 above referred to, bearing N. 22 09 18 w.

OF CALIFOHI^.

/O^ OF LOS ANGELES

^COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES.
(Print Name in Piil)

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(Notary Public;

to»8bAw.236l&....„
(Phone Number)

in and ior the couniy of
lOS ANGELKrSTATE
OF CAUfORNIA

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Thit is to certify that the iorenni^. Mv. Commission Expires September 12. 1952
Map & List

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Application

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(For
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(LEGAL DESCaUPTION)

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Bains portion, of Block. 32 -^33 of

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tar^inu. of^tha c.nt„ lina^o^

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THIS HJi.'; 'JIE bti-:' AV/JJ-MiLF. COPY AT

TT WS ;MTC,TO:-"liJED.

LyilS Scraricjccratft. Acting
Cucfrfwin of Btxaortti

[X5pt. of City Plamiug

CJTV CLE^K
neou i«d. cirT'MALL

l.ci;r ANOELE? 12
MIoiicaN BZ 11
TVUEM MAKIHD lhieu:nic»

III--AT.VC YO TM"» NATTER, PLtAO*
n'ri^A TD riLE nu.

March 18, 19^6

2265^

/'onlng Adn:i^lstretor

Orc-etlnga:

At ,the meetijig of the Council held March l8. 19^l6. the

P,,.3r.nj.ng Co?n3ilttGO subtDitted the rollowirg report:

'In the niarter of communication from the Zorilng AdmlDlst'^etor
under Zone variance Ordinance No. 626^2 enacted In

.pb, permitting the construction of the Mt. st, Mary's collece in
the fi-l Zonsi northerly of 5el-Alr, a provision in said ordinance
required thait plans for any buildings to bo built thereunder be
approved by the city Council, and thet pursuant thereto, in 1959
^ faculty building In connection with

The! Zoning Administrator nov aubailts plans for the constrvct_cn of a fnc-iaoi'ial library building, which he has checked, and
r'^commenda tj^at same be aporovc-d by the Council.
foup Comsilttee RECOMMENDS, in acccrclance vllb the reccm-

nie nd;i
of ] the Zoning Adsiintatratpr, that said plans be ^proved and
that Yi copy pf the Council action approving said plans bo forwarded
vti> Architects,

South La B~T)a .-.v^nus, -nrd

ifte.r ftald plans be returned to tho Zcning Administrator for' "

filing,'^

I

On irction duly aade and carried, 5-.alc report vaa adopted
by ziifi Council .

RGspectfully youjr»,

city Clerk.

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; r,'nrker' v lOtt, A.rchitertf.

MTJJUNM, WALm tXXXWKT CUSaADCK
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aii'/cctcnc^ SM' roi PB UT TO tUft
this mas he bsst avtmiartj; crsnt ax

HE TJME IT kKs MjaOFUMB).

]^m'ScJ'Beu:S^dtri,. itt-uig
Qstodian of; iJecorcfci

Cent, of City rXanciang

■c^i?'D?oDhrt5
;S ncM
>..ie pr.operty ^nd

it v/fts tiie .Siuica MQ^lba liiari'.! sjifi Fato''
-.people-^heo^o^ad
aold'hiin
\7no ahoTni a 'jlth-.tiis
<i«ed wfcicli'^urfchsr'
fc-h^.*

.-.'U-.e:unn:fc and ao wa. ftonvinoed It was Safe Sn thSt

but his

■ -i-ci
stated they, rQcenCly bought a stip. of
~n"i -1
pr-operty fror. .the Saafca Moriica
cbhTtan— . ur.j j>u_. sae nc?,' thiiiJ.:" tnHi: Cohpany/'ahbuid'-'fa-vo? -tham' thotcj.a..ja liar proaertv so hTon'- niiw "^o>?

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trains t.ay applied

5f!! 2f th^objectios baa bean bolaadobjacbiona offqr.bd

stated tliat %. Fetor Brown, la not in favo'-

'-ne ooilc-^a but he felt it v^ould'no no eood to protest
Itr-., lanfair stnted ho bouj-ht an acre of nroic rt> from tho

P<aopio ard all their nrotcrtV carrT.,-:.-^ ro8iH.T,<.s.T

CoJtwisslonor Ihotnas advlaod that tl-iln raatt-.-j

v-'oup.ci be taken under adviiaoJaent.

WRGmuL qjALm oncuMSwr prsoAiMeR
wt; KKCKL-r TsiArr Hfrj} asTKODUCnCtt MhV NOr 21^ IIP TO OUR
f'««AL :>rAr«ARDs. ■ IIS WW •ROS nSST AVAU.WJLE copy at

■Wl« TLME IT VttS KlCntellMBD.

OMEtodion of Reoosdb

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Sefit. o£ City PX^feiing

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5066

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WAr.»«kTt

Boulevard

:aata.Qot-fe.|lrra •on.pr.op.wity;

IVav

.ygiinta'ng^-fe^^ miles, nortii o£- Bift;g«r j,

- preamNti arid -

Set do>7n for putillc liearlng-

]XX3.HRffl- dtsciai>«r

ilrV'- .^TT ITIAT •l>Ii:; •Gii'MJUJL-i'IWJ hVVs «JT
\SP TO OUT?
:7rANJAia;t>. 'iint-; WAS '.ncs tSS": A^VdJJ'J.iLS CXif^ TOl
•?)K -iht: !'!• W-i-, MiC.TOFZLKf2^.

/'/ • y
r.vifa] £cla<ackfiEatti, totlrv;
Cuatodi.'*! of wysigda

IXpc. ol City i»ianiu.-x7

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si? 9;x-/Beygyiy
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put-llc hefe:jr-lri^'-:iao^rii'er'e'v'''.'.

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W.r. Clsiude. WflTne,;'3e,c? ^ of-.•tho "L/AvKaup-iaiTi-B^^^

G rjpcjscnt ij'j tills oohiiectiQ^ 6.t&:cdd: t.liat ■£ftis7P:?i2p©^t',j-.

c:- i.To?n Bcvqi-lT lic-uleverdron-.-t^-c c-orn'or o?/;Bqre?iy-^d".
'.;i.ij'

flpO"t 2biJoc Tor the/H&rV^r^d Military-A^5a!;l9a7 a'ni^.t^y'6'

'~i,cT cchcc.'ls i^Ln ohui'-o aiid nusiorouB oo-liegesjt.thfl.t- th©3?0' is e-

^

llTDfisi plan-.ing to go in on- Oqcldohfcal.'propGrtj: end .t-^'ifl property
"lilns boolcidntc.! prot)erty and'is ideal. fox? -a sohcol back In
fe hilla; mdt there ia a heautifiil'vista a^aclyTill rE£.ke. a

jnderi'Jil ijloturo ?Tcr3- til© surrounding "torritdryj tnut .the Lia.

jfjitain Park jConnanv ovins end opntrola 'prcspQt't^ PP uhq north

•.a ovi i'J;-;! south and''all of tho intd'reate.d property owners- •'d^.odiato.

' contl.!,uous to this pni'Col

either approved uho, -.pet-^ti'Oi-

statod tiioy v;ou.lci nd: oppose It; the-t there' '.ro cne or^tv/o
'O'lort" ov.neis a ahort ciatanoo away that -have sottjO o.tje.o.tion

o.-u-.tjit' l-.hoy hav'j not doai'-ly in rairicl Just what Is prpp.psed; that
■••; ;>■" tlicj Cuthuiio SohooLs mouIO indicate th'©' nigh type of

■:iiitectu.r0 anci xi^intehunce which Iboy observe; thjit- t-he area

■ C'ccldontal'
I

1000 acx'oa.

iu v,'as:hcrt3 otatoa t hat Occidenrtel Is to uao only a pcrtiaa
;:::';-vr orcnprt;' -oi' achoel purposes ancl the other portion _a

• '-jr: fjubrtivi':|Led,

hh-. '.avnci ...stntocl t hat there are 32. l/o acrea in tliis piecq
rio'w la to ot sntlraly uee-j . ^r the pr.o'poaod. buiidtng and for. thc
rT-.'-/Mndina .^rounds,* that tb . hill top'ia practicall'y .3'h^^ohouea

; ti7o oir?''-R ty ?i. road ana n usep valley w.i t~c tldosj -hnt cnia

.

ideal iooiitior: for which thoy have been looking; -h?.t rherr-?

•C! ir.f.ii'al separations betveor. this and ether proportics in

'oi-v iirGO'-lon.

rour.cl
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B

CUAJ.IIY ixxortfwr CII5CLA2>*T!
w-; .-Ciicrarr u^ia'!' nrij; ic-iKjaicxTiW ri-tJ fCrj' Bfc Ui> -10 ous
STViNDAKB, -jMii; >i\5 Tir nncr
a^-y /.;•
OlK TIML IT
MICFOrrCrt^fJ.

Lynn Scls.'irJMU.'acIj. At:Lini;i
Cliatotliwi of Rtscucdn

Depi. of City PlOTnijg

or. the. repr^aont-.tiLTj "ha" zYSs waa A Zone property,
i-;^rdci;i- Oswliell ata-tod h.--. h.as oropertv in ■•\-- Santa

^^lon.loa uand •.md

:.er Cojupany tract otaa he intended

his

piii'rr.nr.Gnt hci.-iG directly opjiositH i.hia improvorent' anc lie vmuld

e*:!'' thj ,-! in .-.roiVrencri to any othor viev.' to Ihe v/ost, it
>:r:i 3V,pni^y)t -f! front cJ' lira; thrit the rooldonce roatr Jxtloi s uncr
ire r-07. inrir.crial oyoau-cr. tlin hirh vilnc at tile r.:rour.d P'^roh^bttR

tile c-uiidJ:.;- of 'i f^5QOO hoiae on a /f2Q^OOO lot; fiwit he o>...1octs
rijo alaoiirU of traffic, the entire anour.t \Tili p«s£ telilrio hla

douao to f;;o" to ''.he school and lio will havo botTreon SC and 200
>-:riJS pas- norniiv- ..-iTid n:livht and tho addltlcnal t raffic «ill'be
objocrrL'-nable; that, tlio trafii c rnust paoo 'boh-lri:'? )iig Vscawe and

iit •.'..•111 cct.ch the dust fTo:-! rht: dirt I'-oad.

j.r; I'ospcjiarj to cuesticn^ froit the Ccfarrwissionor, Llit3 Siotoj

:!-••. "cii "hey v.'ilj. liavy bctwoen IbO and 200 sty.denta and ilio nixlinu
no.Tioe:- will bo 500, .fno-.-t 7? oi the sr.udbnta '-viii bo realdt^nt ^--d
viij.l 0 e dsv pu?il:n

, J-"' 'fh^ipboll atat'jd Lh-jc if this bo 1/Z acroe ;vorr sabdlvl

•-iie rCwjj v/uulc :iov oo Siiialler tha;. ono-half acre and thoy crjul-^

nor possibly h-ve nr. ir.nah traffic aa i^'ould i-esnlt froiii tiiln

noil yje;^ that he bought his prop-crty 1?7 years ii_-o and received
\ aood •vi-jicn he oxaiiilnod prior to his purchase; -.hat he loQiceh io

I cui' ycr.r? to rir.d a place ivhcro he •jvanted. to li'ie and

poiriv.

he

be If.O /ards .av/ay; that ar oanj-cr. see Occiicfital beco

, -. .iCT'.' e.-"'/ t\"0 ro'.'.'s

j Occlceri-ai

hill:- irito."vs7:inp, at''": ir,. a strc-i'd;.n llns

lailci,

.-i. P. l.aofalr ocr-tod ha aao livi'd t Jiero since 1921 C'.nd b:-

I

riina fic.vejj adjoining fr. Caripboll and corners v.-ich

I

Stone;

i.n.f: P'-srr'.ctions i:. th ■'• n.soc cnij. i'cr a I'oiiidenci;! co.ao:ruiiib.'

! ary.j b^ sxip-icfificl it oculd bo such; r2:j,t in the lust fottr or :"lvc
■ yoafs r.horo has occn i;in'hj:cr-ablc
looki.n;:. for silec for
■ 2«nit,arlums and Si.abloc and he nlv/aTs felt secure oecauar hc-

icnc.v they rmrn prohibited and he. protests or. "ho sroLiadt:

io.-oo.^ oo^pv.n.v

.or o.nythrni^ that would

any

this to cmythin'-'

Ch: s rosicftbtia: rhctrict; thit hic proporby is coo valulablc
! 01' ojiyt-iLnr orjiur t.'ian residences to come in bhcr-c; that
h-.* t;ald OJioO for y small atrip zo con-plcte a build:

I •t::;.-enueii_,:;i2Cu to yrr.dc and fix ih; th?t if this Instituticn is
I .y'
-..en, tnc* ntilj. coxa ir. ar-P a3"< for a s«r.iT;arlu;s -.cg cthor
1 .Jit..,, L
o: tno rosllenfial tyoe and he feolc V yn.-id be

, / •rrh;ic:;..a__ h-

fa prrnorty be iv^v- any insbitucions; that hii?

uC2 tia^re a;. roae .tTul for hiiyd c-laes residantial u.as and the:-,

I .r_ ;:c_tnan.^, ceL rn '.y
v.-hols uonntains: zhxl 0GCid3nt&l"iolio.-.7
- .r.c t.ne
aouooli «.:'o t?;:;: .iilloc c^v/<iy fro*; hero acd it ' «•
' . v.. ofi by -i rov; of niils; "hat hn arote-ats very
w.r

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yC i'.'.-.-St ions fi'c.'. thc i^oisaisstDr.'Ji-.
hsju-'a..
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_pnrchaaod
It
yas
uaad'eracand
that
t'ha
reions i.-: tiio deeds '.v-crs- handed dov.y3 fro- tho Moui'talr- ^

iic.nu Ccr/nany.

..

C>'abip;C.^#Ii atatsjd i .np.t ntV tthe fire he puPbhir;-

■p^^ann, T?as told ''

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-'j '.-o voiir fjts (iicrcinaTter referred to

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i.- "hr;rc .:,oall oe no driXliag for or

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v.'OJ.l '.;v s/:cavation intended for- tiio proC.V f
:hc-re is produced oil,

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jjubsiax-c-e shall be drilled or

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-nrt tjierecf any excavation for

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, ^avel or earth ex-

.

v;ith t;ie construction and/or
v.-y, passage, buildiag,
-ind/or leveling of snrfaco

f."roIT. said nroperty,

"Jh-- i; ::s.id yrorerty shall be nsed for
isr.c..- i^ui^poses snd/or for convent

' yojiocl and/or girls^ college purly . '.vith inieh cor irdtorles , outbuildings
i.;i.provericnts, facilities, apparatus'

cix-.tr.ionI"s anc equip2:ent as" shall bo

.
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,

: us .yidv , consti-cctsd and/or placed for
ic t'ii i!:ai. ifisj thr use of the residence

•>:.vont and/or cirls' school and/or girls'

.-nore convon jent; provided, however, that
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sln^rlo residence may be con-i .■U'i i-i-.iiivaiiv-u (.^n said property, 'out
Xno tiriit ^0 inore than one single
:• ■ i cv:- to or rcr every cne-half {l/z)

i.h:

">d

t.r.,r;.:-rt.v.

-oi- part Ci said property shall

• - vO sole, conveyed, leased or

lUV

_.or£Dn cf uihiopian , Chinese or
■p'-.
provisions of this oara■

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urt

provisions of the

ir-.if] pr-vpc-rt.y shall
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HftlCTWJ, ORLl'n SOCT^CTT DXSQAaCR
hF. J55C.Pjri' 1J1A7 -JHIj: PSTZ^XUCTON H\Y JVr E3E LT TO OUR

NDCKW'iHiiJ 'AMi 'IMi HtST AVWLABIE COfO' A'f
TiF: TIKE IT KA£ .HlCH-jni**!).

l.>t5'nkasfi£3o"ja»tli, ArtuKj
cii»tcdi£n of Heoordb
Cefrt. of C.ty PlJWBiiijy

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. 10057 [192.^]

!')ity .iflaniilnc: OoTinilnr>ior.
•L.-reatj.jiRs:

A3 a KoetinA,

i;ho Couricii hel ] 'Chic day tlie

'Jit;- . t-oorzjey reported ac folloT'S:

!

"Pursueiit 30 your inotructicns 1 tave prepared

an'j trarismiv Jiorcwltb, approved as to i'orm, draft or Ord-

iricinocj mking except ion tc tne ooning ordinance by erartirs
request cf 1. A. Kountain Park Ooitpany for pernission to establisli e ccl.loge at J^orrr^n ?>ay north of Beverly Boulevard.
i

j

yil-C yo. 10037 [1928] is herevjith returned.'"
Co30 rfyjort r/tio referred to the Otoy Piannlr.£

Ju:n;i£!slcn i'or the 'uirpose of C'Dncidcrinc the action of the
Oounoi'L in jrantint; a psrtnt under the teiins of Section 4 of

the Zoning Crdinanoe instead of placins tho property dosonbed
in said OrdinanoG in lone "y" ug reocnr.eiidod by the City Plan

::in5 vprr.ir"-:,e'-.
r.QsreGtiu.llv.

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KB REGRET TOAT THIS HEPRCDUCTION MKX NOT BE UP TO OUR
KWMAL STANCftRDS. THIS WAS THE BES?l' AVAILABlfi COPy AT

Custodian of Raoocds

IT WAS MICKn

Dept. of City Planning

\i^uy uiiprR
(Eittr nf Cqb AnpflfR
C^ilifornla
WO. 10087

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ill.- report O; .no mQii.ia^_o£
fcna v'oiofflimo
Jounoil fuild tiua
any.
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,;ity LUmtifK
miopttl:

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-■..aiea^'exU^t Aiac

S^toot the ad.;)«lalnK pfujjepty u tha

Jit;. ..tici-a?;, b«-Iftatr^ot«a to n™

Of Jootiun 4 or the -oiiln/- Oiw*n^^St .

isaln jollo^a on thn

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o^icanoo ondfer tha fcojcras

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aontaia tae i'olXowln.y proviaiopai

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voiuioll prtor to the iasuanoe
is tranaraitted to cha

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Wli ifl-iiiaST '(TiAT lUlS K£?RDCXJCTfO«' MAY HTT BE U? TO OGK
N.mM. ffj-ANDAsajfl. -ftfTS HAS THE EECT AVJillABLE OOPY AT

WE Twn IT was ma asviexf.

Custodian o£ tteooras

Ocpt. of CitY Manning
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sttPohPd-to tfc, riu/bJ jLooad
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MjfWiLirrrAMAHij.

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BE Ul* to ouk

Lyjw Sctiwitiyirvath. AcLmq

rax?f AVAitAaic ccpy at

•nis riKE IT WAS KlCK^IMiD.

of Baxrda

DcfTt. of- City Planriwig

SniVs, JiSiAi? SLjvU5CiK
I. K

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If;—.•!

^OFflfulJor ?tii, 1920

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«4^tir.s

C,>\LIP,

''iai ilCU^r? ST, iiAjJY*'? f\T? r T;<Tr,

^ni by virtue of the xlZ

org^nlzoa Wia

purpose of ouOrotlrj; c {.-iris' colia-re hn^n-h

iX'4sor.t

--allfomlfl, for the

avsliaMo

PUi|P0£« of obtai^tnr tho

a eoUefTO.

^ve at

ft^SOQ,000*00) for the

property

be^tolnj th. ccnetrmtlon of

i

^^crjyEj h^U;s Furcb^g'a:; -^^^^ClaudrArta^^o^^F T'""' u'"

13Si/3j

;r;,f

call i-cr

ti''

restrictea to slrU,

I bullaix^jg ar-d Unilao&piu;^.. qc the o^won^
alUion .iollaro foPicmiflcl to boiii a <AapoJ of o.xcevtioLl bL^
^ioii-n, ulil tg the collefro atruot^ea
"mrroaading thie, losror
lao^lt^v ixad gucli studantiJ r.9 --^v roalde a* tha'^Sl
"" I'^OUBlr^j tha
vani^lvaly Uudacapo the Dfoporty po tha- 4 t
PTOposo tc szhOfL-icy frcJT :.il the aurroundiiv.c torrltorv.
^ery ^rea-t.
!

ih oc'2)al;loration of Th/i •

amrt=

eocur. th.

1

'•:.a l.^co=ipanl.,i luildteaa ,.,av Lo

'■=" tJis ccllaje

t; 1, »oau,ad. cr v,jtMa ai, (Gr-onaa rr '

the iaadaoaair,,

i.ro,Mecl =,=>,

oor.^^^
T
^c-on of
ci Z
.:io .irstiinit
or the coHo^-o.
24QLJ7fr iH. :vhulY»s COUMS.

3Y srs'r;:H uhLU i-Rrjicis
iBOreiarv"

7

HAJjOUAL QUALITY JdOtgn'
<!•: ij-xiian- 'jMiVi'
IJ.MV.;,

11K TIM:-

fffvPiaxMTTJtjN KAy r*n' I'-C up 'jo ouh

LySuT&ciariiritastiJlfi, /.ct-irw

■njit; was 'njr-; bbst .v.7in/iaLE coi^v at

MAS. ficcRorr:>i:u.

CyoiTxiisn of Hcccaxts

Efifrt.. of City Planning

Los AMCjELhS MOUNTAIN F'aRK COMPANY
lOrtOi' CHAUO-W R.jaL.
L "■'A r«it

3I-L-A;f5, lOM ANTiELEO

S.Bl. ■•Wit,.

Movember 6, IJSb

Hon. JJosrd of City Planning Coofflilsalonots,
Ciby of Loe ^ja^elea,
Leo Ant'oloa, L^alifornla,
Gsntleoian;

I horoby certify tliat the
i-ostrictions RttRciad hareto are an

ejraot cojiy cf the reotrictions to be
Inoorporatod oy the Loa Angeles Mountain
l?ari. Co^any la the deed to bo ieouod to

ifoimt St. Uary'a Collogs, catering a

33-i/3 acre parcel; this being the

33-1/3 acres on 'Jhich wa are peti-tioning
your lionorablo Board to piaco sonlng ao
tjmt it nay be uaod for college or
residontlal purroaoo.

loiLra very truly,

Secretcry of

Cl*W/t

'/

AKGZLSS MO'Jfi'lAnK PA3K CCi£?ANr

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