Mitigated Negative Declarations

If the Lead Agency finds that the project has the potential to have an impact on the environment, but certain “mitigation measures” will be required as part of the project to ensure that no significant impacts will occur, the Lead Agency will prepare a Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND).  These mitigation measures can be changes in the project design or operation and must be agreed to by the applicant.  An MND further requires that a mitigation monitoring and reporting program be adopted to ensure that applicants follow through on the mitigation measures required by the Lead Agency.



Case Number PL16-0100
John W. Myers II and Jocelyn K. Myers, Trustees, Myers Family Trust, Applicant

Notice of Availability and Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration

Project Description: The Applicant requests a Planned Development (PD) Permit to construct a one-story, single-family residence (3,631 square feet), a three-car garage (861 square feet), a one-story second dwelling unit (781 square feet) with one-car carport (294 square feet), and a pool and spa (450 square feet), on an existing graded building pad.

List of Potentially Significant Environmental Impacts Identified:
Biological Resources and Scenic Resources.

Location: 
157 RIMROCK DR, WESTLAKE VILLAGE
APN: 676-0-011-085 

Review Period Start and End Date:  
April 14, 2017 to May 13, 2017

Case Planner:
Sarah McGurk, sarah.mcgurk@ventura.org, (805) 654-3136

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Case Number SD10-0038
Helm Ranch, LLC, Applicant

Notice of Availability and Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration

Project Description:  Tentative Parcel Map to subdivide Assessor Parcel Number 216-0-040-595 and -645, approximately 137 acres, into 3 parcels: Parcel 1: 40.39, Parcel 2: 45.93 acres, Parcel 3: 51.47 acres. No new construction is proposed as part of the requested Tentative Parcel Map; however, a new single-family dwelling could be potentially developed on lot 3 and accessory dwelling units could be constructed on all 3 newly created lots.

List of Potentially Significant Environmental Impacts Identified:
Surface Water Quality, Agriculture Soils, Camarillo Airport's continued operations, and Aviation Hazards.

Location: 
4120 E. Ventura Boulevard, near the city of Camarillo, unincorporated area of Ventura County
APNs: 216-0-040-595 and -645  

Review Period Start and End Date:  
April 3, 2017 to April 24, 2017

Case Planner:
Charles Anthony, charles.anthony@ventura.org, (805) 654-3683

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Case Number PL15-0202
John Pieplow for Tuscan Villa Estates, LLC, Applicant

Notice of Availability and Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration

Project Description:  The applicant requests that a Conditional Use Permit be granted to authorize a maximum of 60 temporary outdoor events on the project site per calendar year.

List of Potentially Significant Environmental Impacts Identified:
Biological Resources Species, Biological Resources Waters and Wetlands, Noise and Vibration and Law Enforcement Emergency Services

Location: 
1241 and 1248 Rocky Road, Simi Valley area
APNs: 648-0-250-020 and 648-0-250-040  

Review Period Start and End Date:  
March 21, 2017 to April 20, 2017

Case Planner:
Kristina Boero, kristina.boero@ventura.org, (805) 654-2467

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