Council Agendas and Reports
Item 18 - Potential Amendments to the Town's Objective Standards
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<br />2 <br /> <br />Senior citizen means any person sixty -two (62) years of age or older, subject to the <br />restrictions and exceptions as provided by Civil Code section 51.3. <br /> <br />Shopping center means a development which consists of not less than thirty thousand <br />(30,000) square feet of enclosed floor area on a site not less than two (2) acres in size ].[ <br /> <br />Story ].[ If the finished floor level directly above a basement or cellar is more than six (6) feet <br />above grade, such basement or cellar shall be considered a story. ].[ <br /> <br />Swimming pools means any constructed or prefabricated pool used for swimming or bathing, <br />twen ty -four (24) inches or more in depth. ].[ <br /> <br /> Sec. 29.10.065. - Recreational open space for residential condominiums. <br />].[ <br />(1) Private open space. Each ground floor dwelling unit shall have a minimum of two <br />hundred (200) square feet of outdoor usable open space in the form of a single enclosed <br />patio or deck located essentially at the level of the main living area. Each dwelling unit <br />above the ground floor shall have one hundred twenty (120) square feet of outdoor <br />usable open space in the form of a balcony. For purposes of this section, a multiple floor <br />unit with the lower floor on the ground level is treated as a ground floor unit. The <br />minimum horizo ntal dimension for a patio is ten (10) feet and for a balcony is six (6) <br />feet. <br />(2) Community recreation space. In addition to the private open space required by part (1), <br />there shall be a total community recreation area of at least one hundred (100) square <br />fe et for each dwelling unit. This area is in addition to that required for yards. <br /> <br /> Sec. 29.10.06702. - Same —Streets. <br />].[ <br />(2) Collector streets. The width of right -of -way for all collector streets, and streets and <br />areas to be used for other than one -family and two -family residences shall not be less <br />than sixty (60) feet with a paved roadway width excluding width of curb and sidewalk <br />areas of not less than forty (40) feet; except that, in mountainous or hillside areas the <br />width of paved roadway may be reduced fro m forty (40) feet to thirty -four (34) feet if <br />parking is prohibited along one (1) side of the street, or twenty -eight (28) feet if parking <br />is prohibited on both sides of the street. In mountainous or hillside areas the width of <br />the right -of -way shall not b e less than forty (40) feet. <br />(3) Minor streets. The width of right -of -way for minor streets shall be not less than fifty -six <br />(56) feet with a paved roadway width of not less than thirty -six (36) feet, excluding curb <br />and sidewalk; except, that in mountainous or hillside areas the width of the paved <br />roadway may be reduced from thirty -six (36) to thirty (30) feet if parking is prohibited <br />along one (1) side of the street, or twenty -four (24) feet if parking is prohibited on both <br />sides of the street. In mountainous or hillside areas the width of the right -of -way shall <br />not be less than forty (40) feet. <br />(4) One -way streets may be acceptable in a subdivision when their use is justified by <br />detailed engineering studies submitted by the subdivider. The width of right -of -way fo r
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