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Time extension granted for Daniels Grey Rabbit Hollow development

 

Last updated 6/6/2017 at Noon



A time extension for the Daniels Grey Rabbit Hollow development has been approved.

A preliminary decision to approve the time extension for the final map was made by county Department of Planning and Development Services director Mark Wardlaw on April 28. A May 12 hearing of the county's Planning Commission allowed a member of the public or a Planning Commission member to request a hearing on the preliminary decision, and when no objection was raised, the time extension to May 22, 2022 became final and immediate.

The Daniels Gray Rabbit Hollow development will subdivide 11.22 acres in the 2000 block of Green Canyon Road into 10 residential lots ranging from 1.00 to 1.31 acres. The property has A70 (Limited Agricultural) zoning with an SR-1 (Semi-Rural) land use designation. Much of the parcel has been in use as a citrus grove and the property also includes a single-family residence, a guest house, an accessory structure, and a barn. The Planning Commission approved the Daniels Grey Rabbit Hollow development in May 2009, and a revised map was approved in January 2016.

A tentative parcel map becomes a final map after all conditions of the tentative map, other than those for which permits cannot be issued until a final map is recorded, are fulfilled. A final map is required for grading and building permits.

The standard county procedure is to require the final map within three years of the tentative map approval, although the deadline to record the final map may be extended. The original expiration date was Nov. 4, 2012, but due to the statewide economic and market situation, state legislation twice automatically extended the expiration date by two years.

The revised map did not extend the expiration date to obtain a final map, but in April 2016 Geoffrey Daniels requested a time extension. If an application for a time extension is filed prior to its expiration, the owner is not in default if the extension is granted.

 

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