Three items on tonight’s agenda have a degree of controversy. There will be a large amount of public input, so expect a late night. Citizens are invited to attend, so bring a water. To speak about an item on the agenda: Fill out a speaker slip with the agenda item number you will comment on and include your name and address, and give the slip to the Recording Secretary.
EARLY DESIGN REVIEW 100 Main Street
The project applicant, Streetlights Residential, has submitted a Site Development Plan application to develop two levels of underground parking, 14,881 square feet of commercial retail space and townhome apartments on the ground floor, and four stories of residential units on the second through fifth floors. The project site is located at the southeast corner of Vista Village Drive and S. Santa Fe Avenue, addressed as 100 Main Street. The vacant site is bounded by Vista Village Drive to the north, S. Santa Fe Avenue to the west, Main Street to the south, and Indiana Avenue to the east. Project Location Southeast corner of Vista Village Drive and S. Santa Fe Avenue, addressed as 100 Main Street.
The site is currently vacant. FULL REPORT http://records.cityofvista.com/WebLink/0/doc/1448544/Page1.aspx
Creekside Across from Frazier Farms
The project site consists of 1.47 gross acres of land located on the south side of Vista Village Drive, more specifically just south of the Wave Waterpark The existing site of the proposed project is comprised of three vacant parcels completely surrounded by existing commercial developments and related parking areas to the south, northeast and west; single family and multi-family residential uses to the south; and the Wave Waterpark and Creekwalk Park to theimmediate north. This development site has been previously pad graded, predominantly flat with no existing structures located on the subject property. Two of the parcels (C and D) are contiguous to each other while the third parcel J is located across the existing pedestrian bridge. FULL REPORT http://records.cityofvista.com/weblink/DocView.aspx?dbid=0&id=1449976&page=1&cr=1
An amendment to Chapter 18.88 of the Development Code regarding large family day care homes
The Day Care Act divides family day care homes into two main categories: small family day care (eight children or less) and large family daycare (up to fourteen children). Under the Act, small family day care homes are automatically authorized without any local review. Cities, however, may elect to conduct a very limited review of large family day
care homes using reasonable and locally-adopted rules concerning spacing and concentration, traffic control,parking, and noise control. FULL REPORT http://records.cityofvista.com/WebLink/0/doc/1448550/Page1.aspx