Rancho Palos Verdes City Council
   

MAY 2, 2006 REVISION "Z" TO THE TRUMP NATIONAL GOLF CLUB PROJECT MAY 2, 2006 REVISION "Z" TO THE TRUMP NATIONAL GOLF CLUB PROJECT
MAY 2, 2006 REVISION "Z" TO THE TRUMP NATIONAL GOLF CLUB PROJECT



TO: HONORABLE MAYOR AND MEMBERS OF THE CITY COUNCIL

FROM: DIRECTOR OF PLANNING, BUILDING AND CODE ENFORCEMENT

DATE: MAY 2, 2006

SUBJECT: REVISION "Z" TO THE TRUMP NATIONAL GOLF CLUB PROJECT

Staff Coordinator: Gregory Pfost, AICP, Deputy Planning Director

RECOMMENDATION

That the City Council: 1) adopt Resolution No. 2006-__, approving Addendum No. 21 to Environmental Impact Report No. 36; and 2) adopt Resolution No. 2006-__, amending Conditional Use Permit No. 163 to permit an increase in height for Waterfall #1 and new back tees for Hole #2.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The approved Site Plan for the Trump National project was approved in 1996. A condition of approval within CUP No. 163 indicates that any significant changes to the Plan be approved by the City Council. Staff feels that the project "As-built" substantially complies with the 1996 Plan, with the exception of an increase in the height of Waterfall #1 and an increase in the height of the new back tees for Hole #2. An amendment to the project was submitted so that a public hearing could be held by the Council to consider these changes.

In analyzing the Applicant's request, Staff felt that with the exception of some shrubs installed on the back tees of Hole #2, the proposed improvements do not cause a significant view impairment to either residents located in the Seaview and Nautilus tracts or to those passing by on Palos Verdes Drive South. As such, Staff recommends that the Council approve the proposed changes with the exception of requiring the Applicant to remove said shrubs.

BACKGROUND

On December 20, 2005, upon reviewing the status of all outstanding items to complete prior to the permanent opening of the golf course and driving range, the City Council approved Revision "Y" to the Trump National Golf Club, authorizing a 3-month temporary opening.

At the April 18, 2006 Council meeting, the Council approved Revision "Z" to allow an additional 3-month extension of the opening of the driving range and golf course. As Staff anticipated that the April 18th Council agenda would be quite busy, Staff recommended and the Council took action to continue the second portion of Revision “Z”, which is a request for an amendment to CUP No. 163 addressing an increase in height of Waterfall #1 and new back tees at Hole #2, to the May 2nd meeting.

CUP No. 163, which was approved for the golf course and related structures and uses, includes a condition that requires the completed golf course and related improvements to be in substantial compliance with an approved 1996 Site Plan. If any significant changes are identified, the conditions require review of such changes by the City Council

Within the Staff Reports for the December 20th and April 18th Council meetings, it was reported that as part of Staff's review for a temporary opening Staff had completed a review of the final as-built plan, comparing it to the original grading plan. In this review, Staff focused on consistency in grade elevations, general layout, required amount of habitat acreage on the golf course, trail and park locations, and any changes that may cause impacts to adjacent neighbors. With the development and construction of a golf course, changes to provide contouring, sand traps and revisions to fairways, tees and greens are to be expected. With two exceptions, Staff has found that the completed golf course, trails, parks, etc was in substantial compliance with the original plan. The exceptions are in regards to the height of Waterfall #1 and the new back tees for Hole #2. Staff found these to be exceptions as both items are higher than originally planned and may impair views from offsite locations.

More specifically, on May 20, 2003, the City Council approved a revision to the Golf Course Layout that amongst a variety of improvements, included approval of Waterfall #1. This modification included a condition requiring that all proposed improvements to the Waterfall in this area be constructed below the height of the existing earthen mounds located directly to the north of the proposed waterfall. Upon completing construction on the Waterfall and submitting an engineer's certification of the height of the Waterfall, it was discovered that the Waterfall was constructed up to 3.6' higher than the original earthen mounds. Additionally, it was discovered that the Applicant had reconstructed the back tees of Hole #2 up to 8' higher than originally approved.

The Applicant acknowledges that these improvements are higher than what was previously approved and has therefore submitted an application to amend CUP No. 163 requesting that the increase in height for Waterfall #1 and the Back Tees of Hole #2 be permitted.

DISCUSSION

Staff's concern with the proposed revisions to the height of Waterfall #1 and the Back Tees of Hole #2 pertains to the potential view impacts caused by the proposed improvements to existing residents located in the existing Seaview and Nautilus tracts, which are located north of the project site. While there have been other modifications to the golf course, which Staff has found in substantial compliance with the originally approved site plan (as noted in the "Background" discussion above), since these two items are changes that could have the potential for a view impact, Staff felt it necessary to require the developer to apply for this revision so that public notice of this revision could be distributed and comments received.

Attached are plans depicting the originally approved grading (showing the existing mounds), the approved hole #2 tee area with Waterfall #1 improvements, and the "As-built" topography as flown on September 8, 2005, which was flown after the proposed improvements were constructed. Upon comparing the plans, it is evident that the highest point of Waterfall #1 (elevation 306.6') was constructed up to 3.6' higher than the existing mounds (elevation 303'), wherein the Waterfall was supposed to be constructed lower than this height. This occurs between the two previously existing highest mounds that change in elevation from 308.10' to 302.99', and were approximately 65' feet apart. Upon viewing this change from Palos Verdes Drive South and the adjacent neighborhoods, given the relatively large distance between the proposed improvements and neighboring residents, and that the proposed improvements are significantly blocked by the existing project entry wall and affordable housing units, the increase in height is relatively unnoticeable and in Staff's opinion does not contribute to any additional view blockage that could be considered significant and therefore supports the increased height.

When comparing the plans in consideration of the increase to the height of the back tees for hole #2, it is evident that the tees (from the furthest back tee towards the east) have increased on the order of 8.01', 6.49' and 7.24', respectively. This change has affected the view in two ways. First, the location of the very back tee (elevation 305.40'), which is 8.01' higher than the previously approved tee (elevation 297.39'), caused a change in the slope from the tee down towards Ocean Trails Drive. This slope is visible from Palos Verdes Drive South and neighboring homes as it is located to the west of the existing entry wall. Staff has created a Section drawing (see attached) showing the change in tee and slope height. This new steeper slope is more visible and impairs more of the view frame than the previously approved slope for this back tee. However, upon viewing the additional impairment from the surrounding neighborhood and Palos Verdes Drive South, and considering the breadth of the existing view frame, it is of Staff's opinion that the additional slope does not cause a significant view impairment and therefore supports the slope as proposed.

The second impact to views caused by the additional height in tees is related to the additional shrubs planted between the new tees and the Maintenance Building site. These shrubs were planted with the purpose of hiding the view from the tee to the maintenance yard. Although the shrubs do not significantly impair the view from any neighboring residences they can be seen from neighboring residences. After speaking with a resident located within the Nautilus tract, who expressed concern regarding the shrubs, and who previously spoke to the Council about his concerns when the entry wall was approved to ensure that landscaping not be planted higher than the entry wall, Staff feels that the removal of these shrubs will improve his view and therefore recommends that the shrubs be removed. As such, Staff proposes the following condition of approval:

F-9. Subject to review and approval by the Department of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, the City Geologist and the City's Water Feature Consultant, per Revision "Z" to CUP No. 163, the Applicant shall be permitted to raise the height of Waterfall #1 and the Back Tees of Hole #2 according to the "As-Built Topography Plans", dated September 8, 2005 and November 4, 2005, which were prepared by ESCO Engineering Service Corporation. The shrubs planted adjacent to and immediately north of the Back Tees of Hole #2 shall be removed. No landscaping shall be planted in the immediate vicinity of the Back Tees of Hole #2 that exceeds the height of the tee elevation and all landscaping in the immediate vicinity shall be maintained at a height not to exceed the tee height.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Public Use of Driving Range and Putting Green
At the April 18, 2006 Council meeting, when discussing the Applicant's request for a 3-month extension of the operation of the golf course and driving range, the Council raised a concern from the public that the Trump organization was restricting use of the driving range and putting green only to those who have paid green fees to use the golf course. At the meeting, the General Manager of the golf course, Mr. Mike van der Goes, indicated that this was not the case and that the driving range and putting green were open to the general public without the payment of green fees provided that users wore appropriate attire akin to that expected on the golf course. To ensure that the driving range and putting green remain open to the general public, as part of the Applicant's request under Revision "Z", Staff has proposed the following new condition of approval to CUP No. 163:

G-13 The driving range and all practice putting greens shall be available for use by the general public at all times that the golf course is open to the general public, provided that users of the driving range and practice putting greens are dressed in the same attire that is required to play a round of golf on the golf course. Such attire shall be as follows:

Men must have collard shirt (Turtle Neck and Mock Turtle Neck acceptable), shorts permissible but need to be Bermuda length; shorts and or trousers may not be of denim materials (No Levis). Golf shoes recommended but tennis shoes or any other type of sneaker may be worn - no soccer cleats, baseball cleats or track cleats/shoes permitted. Trump National Golf Club is a soft spike facility - hard spiked golf shoes are prohibited.

Women's shirts and blouses must conform to the following; sleeveless tops must have a collar, sleeved tops need not have a collar. Shorts, Skirts and Skorts are permitted but need to be Bermuda length; Shorts, Skirts, Skorts and or Pants may not be of denim materials (No Levis). Golf shoes recommended but tennis shoes or any other type of sneaker may be worn - no soccer cleats, baseball cleats or track cleats/shoes permitted. Trump National Golf Club is a soft spike facility - hard spiked golf shoes are prohibited.

Further, the Applicant shall be permitted to manage the use of the driving range and putting greens so that those users who have paid greens fees to play on the golf course will have priority over those who have not paid greens fees. If space is available, those that have not paid greens fees shall be limited to a maximum of two hours of practice on the putting green per day.

Public Notice
A Notice of Public Hearing for this request was published in the Peninsula News on Saturday, April 1, 2006, mailed to all property owners within a 500' radius of the subject site and to the Trump National interested parties list, and sent to the City's Trump National Golf Club "list server group". Staff has not received any correspondence pertaining to this notice.

ALTERNATIVE

In addition to the Staff recommendation, the City Council may also wish to consider the following alternative:

 Deny the Applicant's request, requiring the Applicant to revise the improvements accordingly, and continue this item to the May 16, 2006 Council Meeting so that Staff can bring back a revised Resolution.

FISCAL IMPACT

There are no Fiscal Impacts to the City as a result of this decision.

Respectfully submitted:

Joel Rojas, AICP
Director of Planning, Building
and Code Enforcement

Reviewed By:

Les Evans
City Manager

ATTACHMENTS:

Resolution No. 2005-__, adopting Addendum No. 21 to EIR No. 36
Resolution No. 2005-__, amending CUP No. 163
Originally Approved Grading Plan (showing the existing mounds)
Approved Hole #2 tee area with Waterfall #1 Improvements
"As-built" topography as flown on September 8, 2005
"As-built" topography of Waterfall Feature, dated November 4, 2005
Section through Back Tee #2 (prepared by City Staff)

RESOLUTION NO. 2006-

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES APPROVING ADDENDUM NO. 21 TO ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT NO. 36 IN CONNECTION WITH AN AMENDMENT TO CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 163, WHICH IS REVISION "Z" TO THE TRUMP NATIONAL GOLF CLUB

WHEREAS, an application package was filed by the Zuckerman Building Company and Palos Verdes Land Holdings Company requesting approval of tentative parcel maps, vesting tentative tract maps, conditional use permits, a coastal permit and a grading permit to allow the construction of a Residential Planned Development of 120 single family dwelling units and for development of an 18-hole golf course, a clubhouse and parking facilities on a 258 acre site bounded by Palos Verdes Drive South on the north, Portuguese Bend Club and Community Association on the west, the Pacific Ocean on the south and Los Angeles County Shoreline Park on the east; and,

WHEREAS, a Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) was prepared and circulated for 45 days from June 7, 1991 through July 22, 1991 in order to receive written comments on the adequacy of the document from responsible agencies and the public; and,

WHEREAS, subsequent to the circulation of the Draft Environmental Impact Report and preparation of written responses, the applicant revised the scope of the project and reduced the number of proposed single family residences to 40 units in Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 50666 and 43 in Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 50667, and an 18 hole golf course with related facilities within the boundaries of both Vesting Tentative Tract Maps, and, due to the changes in the project, an Addendum to the Draft Environmental Impact Report (AEIR) was prepared; and,

WHEREAS, based on review of the Addendum to the Draft Environmental Impact Report, the City determined that the information submitted in the AEIR cited potential additional significant environmental impacts that would be caused by the revised project, and directed preparation of a Supplemental Environmental Impact Report (SEIR). The SEIR, which incorporates information and findings set forth in the Addendum to the Draft Environmental Impact Report, was prepared and circulated for 45 days from March 19, 1992 through May 4, 1992, during which time all interested parties were notified of the circulation period and invited to present written comments to the information contained in the SEIR, in conformance with the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act; and,

WHEREAS, on June 1, 1992 the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 92-53 certifying Environmental Impact Report No. 36, in connection with Vesting Tentative Tract Map Nos. 50666 and 50667, Tentative Parcel Map Nos. 20970 and 23004, Conditional Use Permit Nos. 162 and 163, Coastal Permit No. 103, and Grading Permit No. 1541 for an 83 lot Residential Planned Development, public open space, and an 18 hole public golf course with clubhouse and related facilities on 261.4 acres in Coastal Subregions 7 and 8; and,

WHEREAS, on December 7, 1992, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 92-115 approving an Addendum to Environmental Impact Report No. 36, in connection with approving Revisions to the Ocean Trails project applications described above, in order to address concerns expressed by the California Coastal Commission with regard to adequate provisions for public open space, public access and habitat preservation; and,

WHEREAS, on October 5, 1993, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 93-89 approving a second Addendum to Environmental Impact Report No. 36, in connection with re-approval of the Ocean Trails project applications described above, in order to comply with a Court mandate to provide affordable housing in conjunction with the project, pursuant to Government Code Section 65590; and,

WHEREAS, on September 6, 1994, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 94-71 approving a third Addendum to Environmental Impact Report No. 36, in connection with approval of Revision "A" to the Ocean Trails project applications described above, in order to incorporate changes to the project made by the California Coastal Commission in April 1993, and (based on additional geologic information) relocate the golf course clubhouse, reduce the number of single family lots from 83 to 75 and approve a location for the golf course maintenance facility and on-site affordable housing units; and,

WHEREAS, on March 11, 1996, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 96-15 approving the fourth Addendum to Environmental Impact Report No. 36, in connection with approval of Revision "B" to the Ocean Trails project applications described above, in order to incorporate changes to the project made by the California Coastal Commission in January 1995 regarding the relocation of the golf course clubhouse, Paseo Del Mar roadway and public trails to accommodate a reconfiguration of the public parking facilities, as well as additional modifications to the public trails in order to provide clarification or to be consistent with the California Coastal Commission's approval and to include an 8.5 acre vacant property owned by the Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District into the golf course.

WHEREAS, on September 3, 1996, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 96-72 approving the fifth Addendum to Environmental Impact Report No. 36, in connection with approval of Revision "C" to the Ocean Trails project applications described above, in order to relocate two single family residential lots in Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 50667 from the end of Street "A" to the end of Street "C," revise the boundaries of open space Lots B, C, G and H, convert the split-level lots in Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 50667 to single-level lots, revise the golf course layout, revise the public trail system, combine parallel trail easements, construct a paved fire access road west of the Ocean Terraces Condominiums and modify several amendments to the Conditions of Approval and Mitigation Measures to change the required timing for compliance; and,

WHEREAS, on August 18, 1998, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 98-76 approving Addendum No. 6 to Environmental Impact Report No. 36 and the proposed Revision "G" to the Ocean Trails project, which included: 1) an 18% increase in the size of the clubhouse from 27,000 square feet to 32,927 square feet; 2) an increase in the size of the maintenance facility from 6,000 square feet to 9,504 square feet; 3) a two foot increase in the upslope height of the maintenance facility building; and, 4) relocation of the maintenance building and reconfiguration of the maintenance facility parking lot.

WHEREAS, on February 2, 1999, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 99-10 approving Addendum No. 7 to Environmental Impact Report No. 36 and the proposed Revision "H" to the Ocean Trails project, which included: changing 6 of the residential lots within VTTM 50667 from flat pad lots to split level lots, lowering the overall pad elevation for each lot, and lowering Street 'B' within the subdivision, and lowering the pad elevation for 6 other lots within the subdivision. Additionally, the approval included the modification of the project's mitigation measures and conditions of approval to allow the permitted construction hours for the entire Ocean Trails project to be expanded to include Sundays through March 21, 1999.

WHEREAS, on May 4, 1999, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 99-29 approving Addendum No. 8 to Environmental Impact Report No. 35 and the proposed Revision “I” to the Ocean Trails project, which included a change to the design of the storm drain facilities of the Ocean Trails project from a tunneled pipe system to the existing on-site canyons. Revision “I” only amended the drainage for the east side of the Ocean Trails project, involving La Rotonda canyon; and,

WHEREAS, on July 20, 1999, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 99-55 approving Addendum No. 9 to Environmental Impact Report No. 35 and the proposed Revision “J” to the Ocean Trails project, which included 1), the conditions requiring the establishment of a maintenance district be revised by eliminating the maintenance district and having the golf course owner be the sole responsible entity for maintenance thereby excluding the future residential homeowners; 2) withdrawn by applicant; 3), the timing of the installation of ornamental fencing on each residential lot be delayed until prior to issuance of certificate of occupancy; 4), delay the construction of two trails within VTTM 50666 from the Second Stage to the Third Stage of phasing within the Public Amenities Plan; 5), lower the approved residential building pad elevations and create split-level pads in VTTM No. 50666; 6), delay the payment of traffic impact fees to prior to Final Map No. 50666; 7), allow an increase in total building area of the clubhouse by permitting a basement space; 8), withdrawn by applicant; and 9), revise the hours permitted for golf course landscape gardening; and,

WHEREAS, on May 16, 2000, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 2000-27 approving Addendum No. 10 to Environmental Impact Report No. 36 and the proposed Revision “K” to the Ocean Trails project, which allowed a portion of the golf course to open for play before all of the required public amenities have been completed due to delays caused by the failure of Landslide C on June 2, 1999; and,

WHEREAS, on June 21, 2000, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 2000-38 certifying a Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Report to Environmental Impact Report No. 36, adopting a Mitigation Monitoring Program, adopting a Statement of Overriding Considerations, and the proposed Revision “L” to the Ocean Trails project, for the repair of Landslide C at Ocean Trails; and,

WHEREAS, on July 18, 2000, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes approved Revision M to the Ocean Trails Project, thereby approving an amendment to the Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP), an amendment to the HCP Implementing Agreement, and approval of a Conservation Easement over the lower portion of Shoreline Park; and,

WHEREAS, on September 5, 2000, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes approved Revision N to the Ocean Trails Project, thereby approving a Mitigated Negative Declaration and amending the project to accommodate a change to the design of the storm drain facilities of the Ocean Trails project from a tunneled pipe system to the existing on-site canyons. Revision “N” only amended the drainage for the west side of the Ocean Trails project, involving Forrestal Canyon; and,

WHEREAS, on February 20, 2001, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes approved Revision P to the Ocean Trails Project, thereby approving an amendment to allow Ocean Trails an extension of time to provide 4 on-site affordable housing units for rent from "prior to one year of the opening of the clubhouse" to "prior to the opening of the 18-hole golf course"; and,

WHEREAS, on February 20, 2001, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes approved Revision Q to the Ocean Trails Project, thereby approving an amendment which allows Ocean Trails to re-construct (instead of re-pave) La Rotonda Drive from Palos Verdes South to the end of La Rotonda Drive, in lieu of re-paving Palos Verdes Drive South from La Rotonda Drive to the eastern City limits; and,

WHEREAS, on September 21, 2001, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes approved Revision "R" to the Ocean Trails project to revise the Conditions of Approval for VTTM No. 50666 and VTTM No. 50667, so as to adjust Condition I-3 allowing an extension to completing the reconstruction of La Rotonda Drive from Palos Verdes Drive South to its end; and,

WHEREAS, on August 19, 2003, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes approved Revision "T" to the Ocean Trails Project, thereby approving an amendment to allow an expansion to the Clubhouse Building; and,

WHEREAS, on November 5, 2003, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes approved Revision "U" to the Ocean Trails Project, thereby approving an additional expansion to the Clubhouse Building; and,

WHEREAS, on April 20, 2004, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes approved Revision "V" to the Ocean Trails Project, thereby allowing 1) basement areas of one-story structures to be excluded from the existing 30% "Maximum Habitable Space" requirement, but require that the basement habitable area be added to the first floor habitable area in complying with the "Maximum Habitable Space Square Footage" requirement; 2) permitting a change in the height of Lot #2 to allow for a subterranean garage; and 3) permitted construction of retaining walls and access to the proposed subterranean garage; and,

WHEREAS, on June 7, 2005, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted a Mitigated Negative Declaration and approved Revision "W" to the Trump National Golf Club (formally known as Ocean Trails) Project, thereby allowing a driving range to be constructed in place of 16 residential lots within VTTM50666; and,

WHEREAS, on October 4, 2005, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes approved Revision "X" to the Trump National Golf Club project to revise CUP No. 162 so as to 1) allow a change in the maximum habitable area for lots 26-29 in Tract 50667; 2) allow a change in the maximum building height for lots 24-29 in Tract 50667, which includes allowing lots 24 and 25 to have partially subterranean garages; 3) allow lots 24, 25 and 29 in Tract 50667 to grade and construct improvements over existing 2:1 slopes; 4) allow up to 30% of the front and rear facades of all two-story and split level structures to have a full two story façade without being broken by an architectural feature; and 5) to decrease the lot area of Lot D, within VTTM50666 from 1.4 acres to 1.0 acres; and,

WHEREAS, on October 13, 2005, VH Property Corp., submitted an application to the City of Rancho Palos Verdes requesting approval of Revision "Y" to the Trump National Golf Club project to revise VTTM No. 50666 and Grading Permit No. 1541 to allow a temporary 3-month opening of the golf course and driving range to the public; and,

WHEREAS, on December 20, 2005, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes approved Revision "Y" to the Trump National Golf Club (formally known as Ocean Trails) Project, thereby allowing a 3-month temporary opening of the golf course and driving range; and,

WHEREAS, VH Property Corp., submitted an application to the City of Rancho Palos Verdes requesting approval of Revision "Z" to the Trump National Golf Club project to revise Conditional Use Permit No. 163 to allow a change in the golf course design to permit an increase in height for Waterfall #1 and new back tees on Hole #2, and to revise Grading Permit No. 1541, to allow an additional temporary 3-month opening of the golf course and driving range to the public; and,

WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act, Public Resources Code Sections 21000 et. seq. ("CEQA"), the State CEQA Guidelines, California Code of Regulations, Title 14, Sections 15000 et. seq., the City's Local CEQA Guidelines, and Government Code Section 65952.5(e) (Hazardous Waste and Substances Statement), on April 12, 2006, copies of the draft Addendum No. 20 to Environmental Impact Report No. 36 were distributed to the City Council and prior to taking action on the proposed Revision "Z” to the Trump National Golf Club project, the City Council independently reviewed and considered the information and findings contained in Addendum No. 20 and 21 to EIR No. 36; and,

WHEREAS, on April 18, 2006, after notice issued pursuant to the provisions of the Development Code, the City Council held a public hearing and adopted Addendum No. 20 to Environmental Impact Report No. 36 and approved the applicant's request for an amendment to Grading Permit No. 1541 to allow a 3-month extension for the opening of the golf course and driving range. At said meeting, the Council continued the Applicant's request for approval of an amendment to CUP No. 163 for an increase in height for Waterfall #1 and the Back Tees of Hole #2 to the May 2, 2006 Council meeting; and,

WHEREAS, on May 2, 2006, after notice issued pursuant to the provisions of the Development Code, the City Council held a public hearing to consider draft Addendum No. 21 to Environmental Impact Report No. 36 and the applicant's request for a revision to CUP No. 163 to permit an increase in height for Waterfall #1 and the Back Tees of Hole #2, at which time all interested parties were given an opportunity to be heard and present evidence; and,

NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES DOES HEREBY FIND, DETERMINE, AND RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS:

Section 1: This request is to permit an increase in height for Waterfall #1 and the Back Tees for Hole #2.

Pursuant to Sections 15162 and 15164 of the State CEQA Guidelines, approval of Addendum No. 21 to the previously certified EIR, rather than the preparation of a subsequent or supplemental EIR, is appropriate for the consideration of the proposed revisions to the Trump National Golf Club project, based on the following findings:

1. That subsequent changes proposed to the project do not require important revisions to the previous EIR, since there are no new significant environmental impacts that have been identified, which were not considered in the previous EIR. This is so, since the proposed changes identified in Section 1 and attached Exhibit “A” would not result in any new or increased impacts to the environment that are not already analyzed within EIR No. 36. Specifically, the approved request will allow an increase in height of certain project amenities without any significant impairment of view from public and private properties. There have been no substantial changes to the Project or to the environment that would cause the Project to significantly impact the environment, nor does the proposed amendment affect a change that would impact the environment in any manner that was not previously considered and mitigated to the extent feasible.

2. That substantial changes to the project would not occur with respect to the circumstances under which the project is undertaken, which would require important revisions to the previous EIR, since, as noted in #1 above, there are no new significant environmental impacts that were not considered in the previous EIR, Supplement and previous Addenda thereto.

3. That there is no new information of substantial importance to the project which indicates that these approved changes will have one or more significant effects not discussed previously in the EIR; that significant effects previously examined will not be substantially more severe than shown in the EIR; that no mitigation measures or alternatives, previously found not to be feasible, would now in fact be feasible and would substantially reduce one or more significant effects of the project; or that no mitigation measures or alternatives which were not previously considered in the EIR, would now substantially lessen one or more significant effects of the environment, because this approved project is only to permit an increase in height of certain project amenities with no significant view impairment to public and private properties.

Section 2: In approving Addendum No. 21 to EIR No. 36, the City Council has reviewed and considered the Addendum No. 21 document, attached hereto and made a part thereof as Exhibit "A".

Section 3: The Addendum No. 21 to EIR No. 36 identifies no new potential significant adverse environmental impacts to the areas listed below, beyond those already identified in the Final EIR No. 36, the Supplement, Second Supplement, and Addenda Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 to EIR No. 36, as a result of the proposed revisions to the Trump National Golf Club project:

1. Landform, Geology, and Soils
2. Hydrology and Drainage
3. Biological Resources
4. Cultural and Scientific Resources
5. Aesthetics
6. Land Use and Relevant Planning
7. Circulation and Traffic
8. Air Resources
9. Noise
10. Public Services and Utilities
11. Population, Employment and Housing
12. Fiscal Impacts

Section 4: That implementation of the approved changes to the project would not require additional mitigation measures or significant deletions/modifications to the mitigation measures included in the Final EIR, as well as the Supplemental, Second Supplemental, and Addends Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 to EIR No. 36.

Section 5: While the implementation of mitigation measures as discussed in Final EIR No. 36 and the Supplemental, and the Second Supplemental, and Addenda EIR Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 to EIR 36 will further reduce these impacts, it is not possible to entirely eliminate cumulative impacts to the areas of concern listed in Section 1, above. Therefore, the Findings and Statement of Overriding Considerations, as provided in Final EIR No. 36, are hereby incorporated by reference.

Section 6: All findings, attachments and Statement of Overriding Considerations contained in Resolution Nos. 92-53, 92-115, 93-89, 94-71 and 96-15, as adopted by the City Council on June 1, 1992, December 7, 1992, October 5, 1993, September 6, 1994, March 11, 1996 and September 3, 1996, respectively, are hereby incorporated by reference.

Section 7: For the foregoing reasons and based on the information and findings contained in the staff reports, minutes, and evidence presented at the public hearings, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes hereby approves Addendum No. 21 to Environmental Impact Report No. 36, based on the City Council’s determination that the document was completed in compliance with the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act and State and local guidelines with respect thereto.

PASSED, APPROVED, and ADOPTED this 2nd day of May 2006.

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I, Carolynn Petru, City Clerk of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes, hereby certify that the above Resolution No. 2006-__ was duly and regularly passed and adopted by the said City Council at a regular meeting held on May 2, 2006.

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City Clerk

Resolution No. 2006-__ - Exhibit "A"

ADDENDUM NO. 21
TO
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT NO. 36

In conjunction with the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), as well as State and Local CEQA Guidelines, the City Council has reviewed proposed Revision "Z", which is a request to permit an increase in the height of Waterfall #1 and the Back Tees for Hole #2; and finds as follows:

That the approved request would not result in any new or increased impacts to the environment that are not already analyzed within EIR No. 36, because it allows for an increase in height to certain project amenities which will not have a significant affect upon the view from public or private properties. There have been no substantial changes to the Project or to the environment that would cause the Project to significantly impact the environment, nor does the approved amendment affect a change that would impact the environment in any manner that was not previously considered and mitigated to the extent feasible.

RESOLUTION NO. 2006-

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES APPROVING A REVISION TO CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 163 FOR AN 18 HOLE GOLF COURSE AND DRIVING RANGE IN CONJUNCTION WITH REVISION “Z” TO THE TRUMP NATIONAL GOLF CLUB LOCATED IN COASTAL SUBREGION 7 AND 8.

WHEREAS, an application package was filed by the Zuckerman Building Company and Palos Verdes Land Holdings Company requesting approval of tentative parcel maps, vesting tentative tract maps, conditional use permits, a coastal permit and a grading permit to allow the construction of a Residential Planned Development of 120 single family dwelling units and for development of an 18-hole golf course, a clubhouse and parking facilities on a 258 acre site bounded by Palos Verdes Drive South on the north, Portuguese Bend Club and Community Association on the west, the Pacific Ocean on the south and Los Angeles County Shoreline Park on the east; and,

WHEREAS, a Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) was prepared and circulated for 45 days from June 7, 1991 through July 22, 1991 in order to receive written comments on the adequacy of the document from responsible agencies and the public; and,

WHEREAS, subsequent to the circulation of the Draft Environmental Impact Report and preparation of written responses, the applicant revised the scope of the project and reduced the number of proposed single family residences to 40 units in Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 50666 and 43 in Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 50667, and an 18 hole golf course with related facilities within the boundaries of both Vesting Tentative Tract Maps, and, due to the changes in the project, an Addendum to the Draft Environmental Impact Report (ADEIR) was prepared; and,

WHEREAS, based on review of the Addendum to the Draft Environmental Impact Report, the City determined that the information submitted in the AEIR cited potential additional significant environmental impacts that would be caused by the revised project, and directed preparation of a Supplemental Environmental Impact Report (SEIR). The SEIR, which incorporates information and findings set forth in the Addendum to the Draft Environmental Impact Report, was prepared and circulated for 45 days from March 19, 1992 through May 4, 1992, during which time all interested parties were notified of the circulation period and invited to present written comments to the information contained in the SEIR, in conformance with the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act; and,

WHEREAS, on June 1, 1992, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 92-53, certifying Environmental Impact Report No. 36 and adopted Resolution Nos. 92-54, 92-55, 92-56 and 92-57, respectively approving Vesting Tentative Tract Map Nos. 50666 and 50667, Tentative Parcel Map Nos. 20970 and 23004, Conditional Use Permit Nos. 162 and 163, Coastal Permit No. 103 and Grading Permit No. 1541 for a Residential Planned Development consisting of a total of eighty-three (83) single family dwelling units, an 18 hole public golf course and public open space on 261.4 acres in Coastal Subregion Nos. 7 and 8; and,

WHEREAS, on August 12, 1992, after finding that an appeal of the City's approval of the project raised a substantial issue, the California Coastal Commission denied Coastal Permit No. 103, directed the landowners to redesign the project to address the concerns raised by the Coastal Commission Staff and remanded the project back to the City of Rancho Palos Verdes for reconsideration; and,

WHEREAS, on December 7, 1992, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 92-115 approving the Addendum to Environmental Impact Report No. 36 and adopted Resolution Nos. 92-116, 92-117, 92-118 and 92-119 approving Revisions to Vesting Tentative Tract Map Nos. 50666 and 50667, Tentative Parcel Map Nos. 20970 and 23004, Conditional Use Permit Nos. 162 and 163, Coastal Permit No. 103, and Grading Permit No. 1541 in order to address concerns raised by the Coastal Commission with regard to adequate provisions for public open space, public access and habitat preservation; and,

WHEREAS, on April 15, 1993, the California Coastal Commission approved Coastal Development Permit No. A-5-RPV-93-5 (i.e. Coastal Permit No. 103), subject to additional conditions of approval.

WHEREAS, on October 5, 1993, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 93-89 approving a second Addendum to Environmental Impact Report No. 36 and adopted Resolution Nos. 93-90, 93-91, 93-92 and 93-93 respectively re-approving Vesting Tentative Tract Map Nos. 50666 and 50667, Tentative Parcel Map Nos. 20970 and 23004, Conditional Use Permit Nos. 162 and 163, and Grading Permit No. 1541 in order to comply with a Court mandate to provide affordable housing in conjunction with the project, pursuant to Government Code Section 65590; and,

WHEREAS, on November 5, 1993, the California Coastal Commission adopted revised and expanded findings in conjunction with the project; and,

WHEREAS, on September 6, 1994, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 94-71 approving a third Addendum to Environmental Impact Report No. 36 and Adopted Resolution Nos. 94-72, 94-73, 94-74, 94-75, 94-76 and 94-77, respectively, approving Revision "A" to the approved Ocean Trails project, including, but not limited to, relocation of the golf course clubhouse from the area southwest of the School District property to an area north of Half Way Point, locating the golf course maintenance facility and four (4) affordable housing units southeast of the corner of Palos Verdes Drive South and Paseo Del Mar, reducing the number of single family residential lots from eighty-three (83) to seventy-five (75) and increasing the height of the golf course clubhouse from thirty (30) feet to forty-eight (48) feet; and,

WHEREAS, on January 12, 1995, the California Coastal Commission approved Coastal Development Permit No. A-5-RPV-93-005A (i.e. Coastal Permit No. 103), thereby approving its first amendment to the permit, subject to revised conditions of approval; and,

WHEREAS, on September 27, 1995, the California Coastal Commission approved Coastal Development Permit No. A-5-RPV-93-005A (i.e. Coastal Permit No. 103), thereby approving its second amendment to the permit; and,

WHEREAS, on February 1, 1996, the California Coastal Commission approved Coastal Development Permit No. A-5-RPV-93-005A (i.e. Coastal Permit No. 103), thereby approving its third amendment to the permit; and,

WHEREAS, on March 11, 1996, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 96-15 approving a fourth Addendum to Environmental Impact Report No. 36 and Adopted Resolution Nos. 96-16, and 96-17, respectively, approving Revision "B" to the approved Ocean Trails project, including, but not limited to, modifying the approved alignment of Paseo del Mar ("A" Street/"J" Bluff Road), revising the Conditions of Approval regarding several public trails, and relocating the golf course clubhouse approximately 80 feet to the west of its previously approved location; and,

WHEREAS, on July 11, 1996, the California Coastal Commission approved Coastal Development Permit No. A-5-RPV-93-005A (i.e. Coastal Permit No. 103), thereby approving its fourth amendment to the permit, subject to revised conditions of approval; and,

WHEREAS, on September 3, 1996, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 96-72 approving a fifth Addendum to Environmental Impact Report No. 36 and Adopted Resolution Nos. 96-73, 96-74, 96-75, 96-76 and 96-77, respectively, approving Revision "C" to the approved Ocean Trails project, including, but not limited to, relocation of two single family residential lots in Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 50667 from the end of Street "A" to the end of Street "C", revisions to the boundaries of open space Lots B, C, G and H, conversion the split-level lots in Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 50667 to single-level lots, revisions to the golf course layout, revisions the public trail system, combination of parallel trails easements, construction of a paved fire access road west of the Ocean Terraces Condominiums and amendments to several Conditions of Approval and Mitigation Measures to modify the required timing for compliance; and,

WHEREAS, on September 9, 1997, the Planning Commission of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted P.C. Resolution No. 97-44 approving Revision "D" to the Ocean Trails project, which involved an amendment to Conditional Use Permit No. 162 (Residential Planned Development) to modify the minimum rear yard setbacks on Lot Nos. 6 through 9 to provide an adequate buffer between the proposed residences and the potential brush fires that may occur on the adjacent habitat area; and,

WHEREAS, on April 21, 1998, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 98-32 approving Revision "E" to the Ocean Trails project, which involved an amendment to Conditional Use Permit No. 163 (Golf Course) to modify the bonding requirements for the golf course improvements; and,

WHEREAS, on June 16, 1998, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 98-59, approving Revision "F" to the Ocean Trails project, which involved, modifying the configuration of Streets "C" and "D" and Lot Nos. 1 through 13 of Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 50667 to accommodate the final location of the Foundation Setback Line, and a revision to Conditional Use Permit No. 162 (Residential Planned Development) to address maximum building height; and,

WHEREAS, on July 14, 1998, the Planning Commission adopted P.C. Resolution Nos. 98-26 and 98-27, thereby recommending approval of Addendum No. 6 to EIR No. 36 and Revision "G" to Conditional Use Permit No. 163 to the City Council; and,

WHEREAS, on August 18, 1998, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 98-76 approving Addendum No. 6 to Environmental Impact Report No. 36 and the proposed Revision "G" to the Ocean Trails project, which included: 1) an 18% increase in the size of the clubhouse from 27,000 square feet to 32,927 square feet; 2) an increase in the size of the maintenance facility from 6,000 square feet to 9,504 square feet; 3) a two foot increase in the upslope height of the maintenance facility building; and, 4) relocation of the maintenance building and reconfiguration of the maintenance facility parking lot; and,

WHEREAS, on February 2, 1999, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 99-10 approving Addendum No. 7 to Environmental Impact Report No. 36 and the proposed Revision "H" to the Ocean Trails project, which included: changing 6 of the residential lots within VTTM 50667 from flat pad lots to split level lots, lowering the overall pad elevation for each lot, and lowering Street 'B' within the subdivision, and lowering the pad elevation for 6 other lots within the subdivision. Additionally, the approval included the modification of the project's mitigation measures and conditions of approval to allow the permitted construction hours for the entire Ocean Trails project to be expanded to include Sundays through March 21, 1999; and,

WHEREAS, on May 4, 1999, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 99-29 approving Addendum No. 8 to Environmental Impact Report No. 35 and the proposed Revision “I” to the Ocean Trails project, which included a change to the design of the storm drain facilities of the Ocean Trails project from a tunneled pipe system to the existing on-site canyons. Revision “I” only amended the drainage for the east side of the Ocean Trails project, involving La Rotonda Canyon; and,

WHEREAS, on June 2, 1999, Landslide C at the Ocean Trails site was re-activated; and,

WHEREAS, on July 20, 1999, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 99-55 approving Addendum No. 9 to Environmental Impact Report No. 36 and the proposed Revision “J” to the Ocean Trails project, which included 1), the conditions requiring the establishment of a maintenance district be revised by eliminating the maintenance district and having the golf course owner be the sole responsible entity for maintenance thereby excluding the future residential homeowners; 2) withdrawn by applicant; 3), the timing of the installation of ornamental fencing on each residential lot be delayed until prior to issuance of certificate of occupancy; 4), delay the construction of two trails within VTTM 50666 from the Second Stage to the Third Stage of phasing within the Public Amenities Plan; 5), lower the approved residential building pad elevations and create split-level pads in VTTM No. 50666; 6), delay the payment of traffic impact fees to prior to Final Map No. 50666; 7), allow an increase in total building area of the clubhouse by permitting a basement space; 8), withdrawn by applicant; and 9), revise the hours permitted for golf course landscape gardening; and,

WHEREAS, on May 16, 2000, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 2000-27 approving Addendum No. 10 to Environmental Impact Report No. 36 and the proposed Revision “K” to the Ocean Trails project, which allowed a portion of the golf course to open for play before all of the required public amenities have been completed due to delays caused by the failure of Landslide C on June 2, 1999; and,

WHEREAS, on June 21, 2000, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes adopted Resolution No. 2000-38 certifying a Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Report to Environmental Impact Report No. 36, adopting a Mitigation Monitoring Program, adopting a Statement of Overriding Considerations, and the proposed Revision “L” to the Ocean Trails project, for the repair of Landslide C at Ocean Trails; and,

WHEREAS, on July 18, 2000, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes approved Revision M to the Ocean Trails Project, thereby approving an amendment to the Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP), an amendment to the HCP Implementing Agreement, and approval of a Conservation Easement over the lower portion of Shoreline Park; and,

WHEREAS, on September 5, 2000, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes approved Revision N to the Ocean Trails Project, thereby approving a Mitigated Negative Declaration and amending the project to accommodate a change to the design of the storm drain facilities of the Ocean Trails project from a tunneled pipe system to the existing on-site canyons. Revision “N” only amended the drainage for the west side of the Ocean Trails project, involving Forrestal Canyon; and,

WHEREAS, on February 20, 2001, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes approved Revision P to the Ocean Trails Project, thereby approving an amendment to allow Ocean Trails an extension of time to provide 4 on-site affordable housing units for rent from "prior to one year of the opening of the clubhouse" to "prior to the opening of the 18-hole golf course"; and,

WHEREAS, on August 19, 2003, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes approved Revision "T" to the Ocean Trails Project, thereby approving an amendment to allow an expansion to the Clubhouse Building; and,

WHEREAS, on November 5, 2003, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes approved Revision "U" to the Ocean Trails Project, thereby approving an additional expansion to the Clubhouse Building; and,

WHEREAS, on April 20, 2004, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes approved Revision "V" to the Ocean Trails Project, thereby allowing 1) basement areas of one-story structures to be excluded from the existing 30% "Maximum Habitable Space" requirement, but require that the basement habitable area be added to the first floor habitable area in complying with the "Maximum Habitable Space Square Footage" requirement; 2) permitting a change in the height of Lot #2 to allow for a subterranean garage; and 3) permitted construction of retaining walls and access to the proposed subterranean garage; and,

WHEREAS, on June 7, 2005, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes approved Revision "W" to the Trump National Golf Club project thereby revising CUP No. 162, CUP No. 163, VTTM50666, and Grading Permit No. 1541 to accommodate a new driving range in place of 16 residential lots within VTTM50666; and,

WHEREAS, VH Property Corp., submitted an application to the City of Rancho Palos Verdes requesting approval of Revision "Z" to the Trump National Golf Club project to revise Conditional Use Permit No. 163 to allow a change in the golf course design to permit an increase in height for Waterfall #1 and new back tees on Hole #2, and to revise Grading Permit No. 1541, to allow an additional temporary 3-month opening of the golf course and driving range to the public; and,

WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act, Public Resources Code Sections 21000 et. seq. ("CEQA"), the State CEQA Guidelines, California Code of Regulations, Title 14, Sections 15000 et. seq., the City's Local CEQA Guidelines, and Government Code Section 65952.5(e) (Hazardous Waste and Substances Statement), on April 12, 2006, copies of the draft Addendum No. 20 to Environmental Impact Report No. 36 were distributed to the City Council and prior to taking action on the proposed Revision "Z” to the Trump National Golf Club project, the City Council independently reviewed and considered the information and findings contained in Addendum No. 20 and 21 to EIR No. 36; and,

WHEREAS, on April 18, 2006, after notice issued pursuant to the provisions of the Development Code, the City Council held a public hearing and adopted Addendum No. 20 to Environmental Impact Report No. 36 and approved the applicant's request for an amendment to Grading Permit No. 1541 to allow a 3-month extension for the opening of the golf course and driving range. At said meeting, the Council continued the Applicant's request for approval of an amendment to CUP No. 163 for an increase in height for Waterfall #1 and the Back Tees of Hole #2 to the May 2, 2006 Council meeting; and,

WHEREAS, on May 2, 2006, after notice issued pursuant to the provisions of the Development Code, the City Council held a public hearing to consider draft Addendum No. 21 to Environmental Impact Report No. 36 and the applicant's request for a revision to CUP No. 163 to permit an increase in height for Waterfall #1 and the Back Tees of Hole #2, at which time all interested parties were given an opportunity to be heard and present evidence; and,

NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES DOES HEREBY FIND, DETERMINE, AND RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS:

Section 1: This request to amend CUP No. 163 (Revision "Z"), is a request to allow an increase in height to Waterfall #1 and the Back Tees for Hole #2. The following new conditions of approval of CUP No. 163 for this revision are as follows:

F-9. Subject to review and approval by the Department of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, the City Geologist and the City's Water Feature Consultant, per Revision "Z" to CUP No. 163, the Applicant shall be permitted to raise the height of Waterfall #1 and the Back Tees of Hole #2 according to the "As-Built Topography Plans", dated September 8, 2005 and November 4, 2005, which were prepared by ESCO Engineering Service Corporation. The shrubs planted adjacent to and immediately north of the Back Tees of Hole #2 shall be removed. No landscaping shall be planted in the immediate vicinity of the Back Tees of Hole #2 that exceeds the height of the tee elevation and all landscaping in the immediate vicinity shall be maintained at a height not to exceed the tee height.

G-13 The driving range and all practice putting greens shall be available for use by the general public at all times that the golf course is open to the general public, provided that users of the driving range and practice putting greens are dressed in the same attire that is required to play a round of golf on the golf course. Such attire shall be as follows:

Men must have collard shirt (Turtle Neck and Mock Turtle Neck acceptable), shorts permissible but need to be Bermuda length; shorts and or trousers may not be of denim materials (No Levis). Golf shoes recommended but tennis shoes or any other type of sneaker may be worn - no soccer cleats, baseball cleats or track cleats/shoes permitted. Trump National Golf Club is a soft spike facility - hard spiked golf shoes are prohibited.

Women's shirts and blouses must conform to the following; sleeveless tops must have a collar, sleeved tops need not have a collar. Shorts, Skirts and Skorts are permitted but need to be Bermuda length; Shorts, Skirts, Skorts and or Pants may not be of denim materials (No Levis). Golf shoes recommended but tennis shoes or any other type of sneaker may be worn - no soccer cleats, baseball cleats or track cleats/shoes permitted. Trump National Golf Club is a soft spike facility - hard spiked golf shoes are prohibited.

Further, the Applicant shall be permitted to manage the use of the driving range and putting greens so that those users who have paid greens fees to play on the golf course will have priority over those who have not paid greens fees. If space is available, those that have not paid greens fees shall be limited to a maximum of two hours of practice on the putting green per day.

Section 2: Pursuant to Sections 15162 and 15164 of the State CEQA Guidelines, approval of Addendum No. 21 to the previously certified EIR, rather than the preparation of a subsequent or supplemental EIR, is appropriate for the consideration of the proposed revisions to the Trump National Golf Club project, based on the following findings:

1. That subsequent changes proposed to the project do not require important revisions to the previous EIR, since there are no new significant environmental impacts that have been identified, which were not considered in the previous EIR. This is so, since the proposed changes identified in Section 1 and attached Exhibit “A” would not result in any new or increased impacts to the environment that are not already analyzed within EIR No. 36. Specifically, the approved request will allow an increase in the height of Waterfall #1 and the Back Tees of Hole #2, both of which will not significantly impair a view from public or private property. There have been no substantial changes to the Project or to the environment that would cause the Project to significantly impact the environment, nor does the proposed amendment affect a change that would impact the environment in any manner that was not previously considered and mitigated to the extent feasible.

2. That substantial changes to the project would not occur with respect to the circumstances under which the project is undertaken, which would require important revisions to the previous EIR, since, as noted in #1 above, there are no new significant environmental impacts that were not considered in the previous EIR, Supplement and previous Addenda thereto.

3. That there is no new information of substantial importance to the project which indicates that these approved changes will have one or more significant effects not discussed previously in the EIR; that significant effects previously examined will not be substantially more severe than shown in the EIR; that no mitigation measures or alternatives, previously found not to be feasible, would now in fact be feasible and would substantially reduce one or more significant effects of the project; or that no mitigation measures or alternatives which were not previously considered in the EIR, would now substantially lessen one or more significant effects of the environment, because this approved project will increase the height of Waterfall #1 and the Back Tees of Hole #2 which will not result in a significant view impairment to public or private views.

Section 3: Pursuant to Section 17.60.050 of the Development Code, in approving Revision "Z" to Conditional Use Permit No. 163 the City Council finds as follows:

A. That the golf course and related uses, along with the changes per this Revision "Z", which includes a an increase in height for Waterfall #1 and the Back Tees for Hole #2, are consistent with the General Plan and its objectives. The General Plan land use map designates almost the entire project site as residential, with a maximum density of one dwelling unit per acre, and shows the coastal bluffs as hazard areas. The General Plan provides for additional commercial recreational uses within the City as appropriate to a particular location, including golf, equestrian, tennis and other recreational activities, and designates the City's entire coastal area as a specific plan district.

Additionally, that the project complies with the criteria set forth in the General Plan for the Natural, Socio/Cultural and Urban Overlay Control Districts on the site. As conditioned, the project preserves natural drainage courses and significant geologic, biologic and hydrologic features in compliance with the Natural Overlay Control District, protects areas that have significant historical, archeological or cultural importance in compliance with the Socio/Cultural District and preserves, protects and enhances public views and vistas in compliance with the Urban Overlay Control District.

Further, the proposed change will not significantly change the view from public or private areas, which is consistent with the Policies concerning views as identified in the General Plan.

B. That the proposed golf course and related uses are consistent with the City's Development Code as a conditionally permitted use in any district when deemed to be necessary or desirable for the public convenience or welfare and when the use is not contrary to the General Plan or its objectives or contrary to the Coastal Specific Plan or its objectives and requirements. Public recreational uses, such as a golf course and driving range, are encouraged by policies of the Coastal Specific Plan and General Plan. A public golf course and driving range are necessary and desirable in that it will provide a cash surplus to the City, it will add to the views from adjacent properties and from Palos Verdes Drive South, it will permit expanded public access to the coast. Further, as current demand for golf tee times greatly exceeds supply for existing public golf courses on the Peninsula, many peninsula and City residents must travel great distances to golf. The City Council hereby finds that the proposed golf course is necessary and desirable for the public convenience and welfare and, as set forth in sections 2(A) above, it is not contrary to either the General Plan or the Coastal Specific Plan. Further, the proposed improvements under Revision "Z" provide for a better designed golf course without significantly affecting views from public or private properties.

C. That the site is adequate in size and shape to accommodate the proposed use and for all of the yards, setbacks, walls, fences, landscaping and other features required by this title or by conditions imposed under this section to integrate said use with those on adjacent land and within the neighborhood because the proposed project will be designed to ensure public safety and will ensure that no significant view impairment occurs as a result of the improvements.

D. That the site is served by Palos Verdes Drive South that is an improved street designed to carry the type and quantity of traffic that would be generated by the proposed project. Further, the proposed project will have no affect upon the parking demand for the project site and will not impact existing traffic volumes, nor affect existing traffic circulation.

E. That given the site location, project design, and recommended conditions imposed through this permit and attached hereto as Exhibit "A", including landscaping for the proposed project, and other recommended conditions for the existing project, the proposed use will not significantly adversely affect the peace, health, safety, or general welfare of the area, nor will it be materially detrimental to property values, jeopardize, endanger, or otherwise constitute a menace to the public health, safety, and welfare of persons in the surrounding area.

F. That the proposed project, as conditioned, mitigates or reduces significant adverse effects to adjacent properties or the permitted uses thereof. In recommending approval, the City Council finds that the social, recreational, and other benefits of the project outweigh any unavoidable adverse environmental impacts that may occur. The project provides visitor-serving uses in the coastal zone and, as a floating commercial use, the proposed golf course complies with permitted uses in the RS-1/RPD and zone as shown in the Official Zoning Map, and with permitted single family residential uses as designated in the General Plan, and Coastal Specific Plan, while preserving and enhancing habitat areas and providing passive and active recreational uses with a bluff road, public parking, trails, and vista points that will provide public recreational opportunities and preserve public vistas.

More specifically, the proposed increase in height for Waterfall #1 and the Back Tees for Hole #2 will not create a significant visual impairment to public or private properties.

Section 4: The time within which the judicial review of the decision reflected in this Resolution, if available, must be sought is governed by Section 1094.6 of the California Code of Civil Procedure.

Section 5: For the forgoing reasons, and based on information and findings contained in the public record, including staff reports, minutes, records of proceedings, and evidence presented at the public hearings, the City Council of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes hereby approves Revision "Z" to Conditional Use Permit No. 163, which is necessary to protect the public health, safety and general welfare. All other conditions of approval that have been imposed on this project shall remain in effect and are incorporated herein.

PASSED, APPROVED, and ADOPTED this 2nd day of May 2006.

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Mayor
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City Clerk

STATE OF CALIFORNIA )
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES )ss
CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES )

I, Carolynn Petru, City Clerk of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes, hereby certify that the above Resolution No. 2006-__ was duly and regularly passed and adopted by the said City Council at a regular meeting held on May 2, 2006.

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City Clerk

RESOLUTION NO. 2005-64, EXHIBIT "A"

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 163 - REVISION "W"

CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL FOR A GOLF COURSE DEVELOPMENT

A. DEVELOPER AGREEMENT

1. Within thirty (30) days of approval of Revision "W" to the Conditional Use Permit, the developers shall submit, in writing, a statement that they have read, understand and agree to all of the conditions of approval contained in this exhibit.

2. The developer shall fund an alternative water source study in an amount not to exceed fifty thousand (50,000) dollars. The purpose of the study shall be to investigate the feasibility of developing various alternative water sources for support of the golf course and related facilities including such alternatives as desalinization, reverse osmosis and other similar technologies, water reclamation, use of de-watering wells, etc. However, upon written request, the City Council may waive or delay the requirement to prepare said study.

3. If there are drought conditions at the time the golf course is developed, or if for any other reason the availability of water is scarce, the developer or its successor in interest shall contribute its proportionate share of the cost of developing new water sources for the City, including off-site development, identified in the study required in Condition A.2. The City or other responsible agency shall determine the amount of the proportionate share by conducting the necessary studies. However, upon written request, the City Council may waive or delay the payment of the contribution, contingent on a determination by the City Council that an alternative water source study is necessary pursuant to Condition A.2 .

4. Approval of this Conditional Use Permit is conditioned upon the applicant entering into an agreement with the City of Rancho Palos Verdes within twenty (20) days of the date of this approval, subject to approval by the City Attorney, to indemnify and defend the City against all damages, claims, judgements, and litigation costs, including, without limitation, attorney's fees awarded to a prevailing party, arising from the approval of the project and all issues related thereto.

B. PERMIT EXPIRATION AND COMPLETION DEADLINE

1. Pursuant to Development Code Section 17.86.070 (formally 17.67.090), this permit shall expire within twenty four (24) months from the date that the Coastal Permit associated with this Conditional Use Permit is approved by the last responsible agency approval, unless a grading permit for the golf course and building permits for the clubhouse structure have been applied for and are being diligently pursued. Extensions of up to one (1) year each may be granted by the City Council, if requested in writing prior to expiration.

2. If rough grading for the golf course and construction to the point of foundation inspection for the clubhouse structure has not been completed within twenty four (24) months from the date of building permit issuance, the Conditional Use Permit shall expire and be of no further effect, unless, prior to expiration, a written request for extension is filed with the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement and is granted by the City Council. Otherwise, a new Conditional Use Permit must be approved prior to further development.

C. GOLF COURSE CLUBHOUSE

1. The golf clubhouse shall be located west of the terminus of Street "A" (Paseo Del Mar extension), in the area generally described as east of Forrestal Canyon, south of the single family Lot Nos. 6, 7, and 8 located on Street "B", and north of Half Way Point Park, as shown on "Site Plan for Conditional Use Permit Amended Map No. 2," dated June 19, 1996, prepared by ESCO Engineering Service Corporation, and dated as received by the City on August 2, 1996. No portion of the golf course clubhouse shall be located in areas currently zoned Open Space Hazard (OH). A minimum factor of safety of 1.5 shall be demonstrated for the clubhouse structure. If the developer is unable to provide for a minimum factor of safety of 1.5 using mechanical methods, including but not limited to de-watering wells, or if the clubhouse location is modified for any other reason, the developer shall submit an application for a revision to this Conditional Use Permit, for review and approval by the Planning Commission and City Council prior to recordation of any Final Map.

2. The size, height, design and placement of the clubhouse shall substantially conform to the plans reviewed by the City Council, which are entitled "Proposed Club House Expansion and Remodel", prepared by Envirotechno, dated June 11, 2003 and dated as received by the City on October 30, 2003. The maximum size of the Clubhouse shall be 41,281 square feet. Any increases to the size of the structure shall require approval of an amendment to this Conditional Use Permit by the City Council. Further, the Basement Space can only be utilized provided that the developer obtains all necessary approvals and permits from the Building Department and Fire Department.

3. The public rest rooms on the lower level of the clubhouse shall be increased in size to include a minimum of four (4) water closets in the women's facility and one (1) water closet and two (2) urinals in the men's facility. The design, orientation and signage of this facility shall clearly encourage use by the public visiting the adjacent park and access trails. The final design of the public rest rooms shall be subject to the review and approval of the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement.

4. The height of the clubhouse shall conform to the requirements of Variance No. 380, as specified in Resolution No. 94-77.

D. AFFORDABLE HOUSING

1. The developer shall provide a minimum of four (4) dwelling units on-site as rental housing, which shall be affordable to very low to low income households. These units shall be provided on-site in conjunction with development of the golf course. Each unit shall contain at least 850 square foot of living space and two bedrooms. A minimum of two enclosed parking spaces shall be provided for each unit. The units shall be available for rent prior to the opening of the 18-hole golf course. A covenant which guarantees that the affordable units shall not revert to market rate for a minimum period of thirty years shall be recorded no later than the date of recordation of the final map.

Project management, including tenant selection and income monitoring, shall be provided in a manner to be approved by the City. First priority for the units shall be given to very low to low income employees of the Ocean Trails project. Second priority shall be given to persons within very low to low income levels working within four miles of the City’s coastal zone. Third priority shall be given to persons within very low to low income levels, regardless of the location of employment (if employed).

2. The total number of on-site market-rate dwelling units shall be limited to one dwelling unit per buildable acre of land. However, as an incentive to the developer to provide affordable housing, the four (4) affordable dwelling units to be provided on-site, pursuant to Condition D.1 above, shall be allowed to exceed the one dwelling unit per buildable acre maximum. However, in no event shall more than 63 units (both market-rate and affordable) be constructed on the total project site, which includes Vesting Tentative Tract Map Nos. 50666 and 50667.

3. The developer shall provide a minimum of two (2) dwelling units off-site as rental housing, which shall be affordable to very low to low income households. The off-site units shall be located in the City, either within the City's coastal zone or within three miles thereof, and shall not already be designated for or used by persons or families of very low to moderate income levels. The units shall contain at least 850 square feet of habitable space and two bedrooms. The units shall be available for rent within 30 days after the issuance of the Department of Real Estate's "White Report" for Tract No. 50666 and prior to the sale of any residential lot within Tract No. 50666. The developer shall notify the City within 5 business days after the Department of Real Estate issues the "White Report". The units shall remain affordable to very low to low income households for a period of at least thirty years after initial occupancy at the affordable rate.

Project management, including tenant selection and income monitoring, shall be provided in a manner to be approved by the City. First priority for the units shall be given to very low to low income employees of the Ocean Trails project. Second priority shall be given to persons within very low to low levels working within four miles of the City's coastal zone. Third priority shall be given to persons within very low to low income levels, regardless of the location of employment (if employed).

4. The on-site affordable housing units shall be located near the southeast intersection of Palos Verdes Drive South and Paseo Del Mar, provided that mechanical methods including, but not limited to de-watering wells, are utilized to ensure a minimum factor of safety of 1.5 for the affordable housing units. Additionally, no portion of the affordable housing units shall be located in areas currently zoned Open Space Hazard (OH). If the developer is unable to provide for a minimum factor of safety of 1.5 using mechanical methods, or if the location of the affordable housing complex is modified for any other reason, the developer shall submit an application for a revision to this Conditional Use Permit, for review and approval by the Planning Commission and City Council prior to recordation of any Final Map, or issuance of the grading permit, whichever occurs first.

5. The size, height, design and placement of the affordable housing complex shall substantially conform to the plans reviewed by the Planning Commission, which are entitled "Ocean Trails Clubhouse" (site plan, floor plans and elevations), prepared by Klages Carter Vail and Partners, dated May 1, 1994 and dated as received by the City on August 5, 1994. However, the required parking shall be modified to include a minimum of eight (8) enclosed garage spaces, pursuant to Condition D.1 above. Prior to issuance of building permits for the complex, the final design of the affordable housing complex shall be submitted for review and approval by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement. The developer of the affordable housing complex shall be required to participate in any Design Review Committee ("DRC") or similar body processes in place at the City at the time development and construction plans for the affordable housing units are submitted.

6. The unenclosed guest parking spaces associated with the affordable housing complex shall be designed in such a manner as to blend with the single family residential appearance of the complex. Prior to the issuance of building permits for the complex, the final design of the guest parking spaces shall be submitted for review and approval of the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement.

E. GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCE FACILITY

1. The golf course maintenance facility shall be located near the southeast intersection of Palos Verdes Drive South and Paseo Del Mar and the affordable housing complex, provided that mechanical methods including, but not limited to de-watering wells, are utilized to ensure a minimum factor of safety of 1.5 for the maintenance structure. Additionally, no portion of the golf course maintenance structure shall be located in areas currently zoned Open Space Hazard (OH). If the developer is unable to provide for a minimum factor of safety of 1.5 using mechanical methods, or if the location of the golf course maintenance facility is modified for any other reason, the developer shall submit an application for a revision to this Conditional Use Permit, for review and approval by the Planning Commission and City Council prior to recordation of any Final Map, or issuance of the grading permit, whichever occurs first.

2. The size, height, design and placement of the golf course maintenance facility shall substantially conform to the plans reviewed by the Planning Commission, which are entitled "Ocean Trails at Palos Verdes" prepared by HRMA Inc., dated as received by the City on July 13, 1998. Prior to issuance of building permits for the facility, the final design of the maintenance facility shall be submitted for review and approval by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement for conformance with the plans approved by the Planning Commission on July 14, 1998. The Maintenance Facility, including the 75-space overflow parking lot and 25-space employee parking lot shall be completed and a final certificate of use and occupancy shall be obtained prior to the opening of the 18-hole golf course.

3. The maximum ridge height of the maintenance facility shall not exceed a height of 24 feet over the equipment storage area and 26 feet over the repair shops and offices. Ridge height certification is required at building framing inspection.

4. The golf course maintenance facility shall be enclosed by a maximum six (6) foot high, decorative block wall. The final location of the wall shall be subject to the review and approval of the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, prior to the issuance of building permits for the facility.

F. DESIGN OF THE GOLF COURSE AND DRIVING RANGE

1. The design and layout of the 18 hole golf course shall substantially conform to the plans reviewed by the Planning Commission, which are entitled "Site Plan for Conditional Use Permit Amended Map No. 2," dated June 19, 1996, prepared by ESCO Engineering Service Corporation, and dated as received by the City on August 2, 1996. Prior to commencement of the construction of the golf course, the final design of the golf course shall be submitted for review by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement and subsequently submitted for review and approval by the City Council for compliance with the plan referenced in this condition. The final design of the golf course shall identify the layout of the golf course holes and other improvements, including drainage structures, utility easements, golf cart paths, public trails and beach access. Wherever possible, the final design of the golf course shall minimize any conflict between the use of the golf holes and the public trails.

2. Any changes in the project which results in significant changes in the development characteristics of the approved conceptual plan per Condition F.1 above, shall require that an application for a revision to the Conditional Use Permit be filed. The scope of the review shall be limited to the request for modification of any items reasonably related to the request, and shall be subject to approval by the City Council. Before any minor changes are made to the development, the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement shall report to the City Council a determination of significance.

3. Prior to issuance of any grading permit, the developer shall submit a final Public Amenities Plan, including signage, specific design standards and placement for all trails, vista points and parking facilities, and other amenities consistent with the Conceptual Trails Plan and subject to the review of the Recreation and Parks Committee, the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, the Director of Public Works, and the Director of Parks and Recreation, and approval by the City Council. The Public Amenities Plan shall be in substantial conformance with the program described in the "Ocean Trails Conceptual Public Amenities and Coastal Access Program for Rancho Palos Verdes Subregion 7", dated July 1994 and dated as received by the City on July 22, 1994.

4. Prior to recordation of the Final Map, any additional acreage needed to increase the size or area for the golf course and related uses shall be obtained by reducing the acreage currently designated for residential purposes within Tract 50666, Tract 50667, or a combination thereof, provided a minimum of thirty (30) percent of the area within each tract remains for Common Open Space. Any additional acreage needed to increase the area of the golf course shall not result in a reduction in the acreage of land to be dedicated or restricted for public open space uses as shown on the approved Ocean Trails Plan.

5. Any artificial water features (water hazards, fountains, artificial lakes, etc.) associated with the golf course are subject to review and approval by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, prior to the issuance of a grading permit . Such features shall be permitted, subject to the conditions that they be lined to prevent percolation of water into the soil and are charged with reclaimed and appropriately treated water when available from related uses after such features are initially established. The reclaimed water stored in any artificial water features shall be used to supplement the irrigation systems required to maintain the golf course. The operation of the water features and reclaimed water shall be subject to all applicable health code requirements. If there are any violations in this condition of approval, or if such features create a public nuisance at any time (visual appearance, odor, etc.). approval of such features may be revoked through a public hearing before the Planning Commission, where mitigation including draining, filling, and re-landscaping may be imposed.

6. Any accessory structures associated with the golf course, including but not limited to a snack shop, convenience and comfort facilities, or similar structures, shall not exceed sixteen (16) feet in height unless a minor revision to the Conditional Use Permit and a Variance are granted by the Planning Commission.

7. The design and layout of the driving range shall substantially conform to the plans reviewed by the City Council, which are entitled "Ocean Trails Driving Range/Lot Layout Proposed amendment Tentative Tract No. 50666, dated February 2, 2005", prepared by ESCO Engineering Service Corporation. Prior to commencement of the construction of the driving range, the final design/grading permit of the golf course shall be submitted for review and approval by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement for compliance with the plan referenced in this condition. The final design/grading plan of the driving range shall identify the layout of the driving range and other improvements, including drainage structures, utility easements, golf cart paths, and public trails. Wherever possible, the final design of the driving range shall minimize any conflict between the use of the golf holes and the public trails.

8. Any changes in the project which results in significant changes in the development characteristics of the approved conceptual plan per Condition F.7 above, shall require that an application for a revision to the Conditional Use Permit be filed. The scope of the review shall be limited to the request for modification of any items reasonably related to the request, and shall be subject to approval by the City Council. Before any minor changes are made to the development, the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement shall report to the City Council a determination of significance.

9. Subject to review and approval by the Department of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, the City Geologist and the City's Water Feature Consultant, per Revision "Z" to CUP No. 163, the Applicant shall be permitted to raise the height of Waterfall #1 and the Back Tees of Hole #2 according to the "As-Built Topography Plans", dated September 8, 2005 and November 4, 2005, which were prepared by ESCO Engineering Service Corporation. The shrubs planted adjacent to and immediately north of the Back Tees of Hole #2 shall be removed. No landscaping shall be planted in the immediate vicinity of the Back Tees of Hole #2 that exceeds the height of the tee elevation and all landscaping in the immediate vicinity shall be maintained at a height not to exceed the tee height.

G. OPERATION OF THE GOLF COURSE AND DRIVING RANGE

1. Approval of this Conditional Use Permit is contingent upon the concurrent and continuous operation of the primary components of the project, which are the golf course, driving range and clubhouse. If either use is discontinued, this Conditional Use Permit will be null and void. If the landowner or the landowner's successor in interest seeks to change the uses which have been designated, the landowner must file an application for a major modification of the Conditional Use Permit with the City. At that time, the Planning Commission may impose such conditions as it deems necessary upon the proposed use and may consider all issues relevant to the proposed change of use, including, but not limited to, whether the entire Conditional Use Permit should be revoked.

2. The hours of operation of the clubhouse may be limited by the City Council based on the determination that excessive sound is audible from surrounding residential properties.

3. Deliveries utilizing vehicles over forty (40) feet in length shall be limited to the hours of 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Other vehicles shall be allowed to make deliveries 24 hours a day.

4. Prior to the opening of the golf course and/or driving range, the use of gardening equipment shall be controlled by a Golf Course Maintenance Plan which is subject to review and approval by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, based on an analysis of equipment noise levels and potential impacts to neighboring residents. The Plan shall be submitted for formal review by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement within 3 months after the first day that the golf course and/or driving range opens for play and annually thereafter for the life of the golf course and/or driving range. At the 3-month review and at each subsequent annual review, the Director may determine that the Plan needs to be revised to address potential noise impacts. The Director may also determine that additional review periods and/or other conditions shall be applied to the Maintenance Plan.

Further, if the City receives any justified noise complaints that are caused by the maintenance of the golf course and/or driving range, as verified by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, upon receipt of notice from the City, the owner(s) of the golf course shall respond to said verified complaint by notifying the City and implementing corrective measures within 24 hours from time of said notice.

The Director’s decision on any matter concerning the golf course/driving range maintenance may be appealed to the City Council. This condition shall apply to all golf course owners, present and future. Any violations of this condition may result in revocation of this Conditional Use Permit and subsequent cease of golf course/driving range play.

5. No on-site repair or delivery of equipment and/or materials shall be permitted before 7:00 a.m. or after 4:00 p.m., except for repair of golf course equipment within enclosed structures.

6. Prior to the installation of landscaping on the golf course, the developer shall submit a green waste management and recycling program for review and approval by the Directors of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement and Public Works.

7. The operator of the golf facilities shall participate in the City's recycling program.

8. The City hereby reserves the right to increase the golf tax established by Ordinance No. 291 on the golf course use to which the developer and any successors in interest to the developer and any owner(s) and/or operator(s) of the golf course shall not object. Written notice of this condition shall be provided to any purchaser(s) prior to the close of escrow and/or operator(s) of the golf course prior to the execution of any lease or contract agreement to operate the golf course.

9. Any future heliport proposed with this development shall be subject to a new and separate Conditional Use Permit. No heliport is permitted with this approval.

10. The golf course and driving range shall be used during daylight hours (dawn to dusk) only. There shall be no lighting of the driving range or golf course.

11. If it is determined by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, that use of the driving range is causing significant hazardous impacts to public safety resulting from stray golf balls causing injury to persons or property, upon notice by the Director, the owner shall change the type of golf ball being utilized for the driving range from a "regulation" golf ball to a "low-impact" golf ball. If the use of "low-impact" golf balls does not prove successful in resolving the hazardous impacts, according to the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, then the Applicant shall meet the requirements of Mitigation Measure H-4.

12. Through a public hearing, the City Council shall conduct a review of the driving range and its operations in one year after a Certificate of Use and Occupancy has been issued for the driving range.

13. The driving range and all practice putting greens shall be available for use by the general public at all times that the golf course is open to the general public, provided that users of the driving range and practice putting greens are dressed in the same attire that is required to play a round of golf on the golf course. Such attire shall be as follows:

Men must have collard shirt (Turtle Neck and Mock Turtle Neck acceptable), shorts permissible but need to be Bermuda length; shorts and or trousers may not be of denim materials (No Levis). Golf shoes recommended but tennis shoes or any other type of sneaker may be worn - no soccer cleats, baseball cleats or track cleats/shoes permitted. Trump National Golf Club is a soft spike facility - hard spiked golf shoes are prohibited.

Women's shirts and blouses must conform to the following; sleeveless tops must have a collar, sleeved tops need not have a collar. Shorts, Skirts and Skorts are permitted but need to be Bermuda length; Shorts, Skirts, Skorts and or Pants may not be of denim materials (No Levis). Golf shoes recommended but tennis shoes or any other type of sneaker may be worn - no soccer cleats, baseball cleats or track cleats/shoes permitted. Trump National Golf Club is a soft spike facility - hard spiked golf shoes are prohibited.

Further, the Applicant shall be permitted to manage the use of the driving range and putting greens so that those users who have paid greens fees to play on the golf course will have priority over those who have not paid greens fees. If space is available, those that have not paid greens fees shall be limited to a maximum of two hours of practice on the putting green per day.

H. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN STANDARDS

1. Prior to the issuance of grading permits, all golf course signage, including trail signage, shall be subject to a sign permit and subsequent review and approval by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, as part of the landscape plan required in Condition K.1..

2. All trash enclosure walls shall be a maximum of 6 feet in height and designed to accommodate recycling bins and shall have solid, self closing gates and be integrated into the building design.

3. All utilities exclusively serving the site shall be provided underground, including cable television, telephone, electrical, gas, and water. All appropriate permits shall be obtained for their installation. Cable television, if utilized, shall be connected to the nearest trunk line at the developer's expense.

4. No roof mounted mechanical equipment, vents, or ducts, shall be permitted. All other mechanical equipment shall be screened and/or covered as necessary to reduce their visibility from public rights-of-way or adjacent properties. Any necessary screening and covering shall be architecturally harmonious with the materials and colors of the buildings. Use of satellite dish antennae shall be subject to the conditions and requirements of Sections 17.41.140 through 17.41.210 of the Rancho Palos Verdes Development Code.

5. Mechanical equipment shall be housed in enclosures designed to attenuate noise to a level of 45 dBA at the property lines. Mechanical equipment for food service shall incorporate filtration systems to eliminate exhaust odors.

6. No gates or other devices shall be permitted which limit direct access to the site. No freestanding fences, walls, or hedges shall be allowed, unless part of the fencing plan reviewed and approved by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement as required by Condition No. L.1.

7. All retaining walls are subject to review and approval by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, prior to the issuance of grading permits. Unless otherwise provided, retaining walls shall conform to the criteria established in Section 17.50 of the Rancho Palos Verdes Development Code.

I. PARKING

1. Prior to the issuance of any grading permit for the golf course or driving range, the developer shall submit a final parking plan reflecting the parking design for the approved project, including calculations for the number of parking spaces required for the golf course, driving range, clubhouse and ancillary uses, and any on-site dining facilities. The parking plan shall be subject to review and approval by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement. Requests for extensions may be granted by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement for up to one hundred eighty (180) days.

2. As part of the final parking plan required in Condition I.1., a minimum of one hundred fifty (150) parking spaces and fourteen (14) valet parking spaces shall be constructed in a lot on the west side of the clubhouse, as designated in the parking plan, for golf course, driving range, clubhouse and public use. A minimum of forty five (45) parking spaces shall be constructed in a lot on the east side of the clubhouse, as designated in the parking plan, for public use only during daylight hours and clubhouse use after dusk. A minimum of one-hundred eighteen (118) overflow parking spaces, seventeen (17) valet overflow parking spaces, and a minimum of twenty five (25) employee parking spaces shall be constructed in a lot adjacent to the golf course maintenance facility, as designated in the parking plan, for golf course, driving range, clubhouse and public use.

3. All parking areas shall be designed to mitigate or eliminate non-aesthetic noise and views which may impact surrounding single family and multi-family residences, subject to the review and approval of the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, prior to the issuance of the grading permit.

J. LIGHTING

1. Exterior lighting for the clubhouse, maintenance facility and affordable housing complex shall be limited to the Standards of Section 17.56 (formally 17.54.030) of the Development Code.

2. Prior to issuance of building permits for any of the structures referenced in Condition No. J.1, a lighting plan shall be submitted to the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement for review and approval and there shall be no direct off-site illumination from any light source.

3. Parking and security lighting shall be kept to minimum safety standards and shall conform to all applicable City requirements. Fixtures shall be shielded to prevent lighting from illuminating on or towards other properties; there shall be no spill-over onto residential properties. A trial period of six (6) months from issuance of certificate of occupancy for assessment of exterior lighting impacts shall be instituted. At the end of the 6 month period, the City may require additional screening or reduction in intensity of any light which has been determined to be excessively bright.

4. No golf course or driving range lighting shall be allowed.

K. LANDSCAPING

1. Prior to issuance of grading permits, the developer shall submit a preliminary landscape plan to the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement for review and approval of the clubhouse, golf course and appurtenant structures, driving range, parking lots, and all open space areas within the boundaries of the parcel maps and/or tract maps, roadway medians and public trails which shall include the following:

a. A minimum of eighty percent (80%) drought tolerant plant materials for all landscaped areas.

b. Landscaping within the project area shall be planted in such a manner so that views from adjacent properties and any public right-of-way are not affected.

c. All trees selected shall be of a species which reasonably could be maintained at 16 feet. Said trees shall be maintained not to exceed 16 feet in height.

d. The re-seeding and re-establishment of natural plant species for all of the disturbed open space areas. Said plan shall include site specific and non-invasive species, and shall be reviewed and commented on by the project biologist and interested parties, and shall be subject to the approval of the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement.

e. Landscaping and irrigation plans for all rough graded surfaces which have been scarified through grading operations.

f. The landscaped entries and buffer zones shall meet the standards for Intersection Visibility (Section 17.48.070 (formally 17.42.060)), as identified in the Development Code.

2. Prior to installation of the permanent landscaping for the golf course and associated structures, including the driving range, the developer shall submit a final landscape and irrigation plan to the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement for review and approval of the clubhouse, golf course and appurtenant structures, driving range, parking lots, and all open space areas within the boundaries of the parcel maps and/or tract maps, roadway medians and public trails. The final landscape and irrigation plans shall conform to California State Model Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance (per State Assembly Bill 325) and shall include the following:

a. A minimum of eighty percent (80%) drought tolerant plant materials for all landscaped areas.

b. Landscaping within the project area shall be planted in such a manner so that views from adjacent properties and any public right-of-way are not affected.

c. All trees selected shall be of a species which reasonably could be maintained at 16 feet. Said trees shall be maintained not to exceed 16 feet in height.

d. The landscaped entries and buffer zones shall meet the standards for Intersection Visibility (Section 17.48.070 (formally 17.42.060)), as identified in the Development Code.

e. Irrigation systems shall utilize drip and bubbler systems wherever possible. Controlled spray systems may be used where drip or bubbler systems are not appropriate. All sprinkler heads shall be adjusted to avoid over-spray.
f. All high water use areas shall be irrigated separately from drought tolerant areas.

g. Irrigation systems shall be on automatic timers and shall be adjusted for seasonal water needs.

h. Where practical, transitional landscaping on graded slopes shall screen the project's night lighting as seen from surrounding areas.

3. Within 30 days after Final Map approval, or prior to issuance of building permits, whichever occurs first, the developer shall submit to the City a Covenant to Maintain Property to protect views for each golf course lot and driving range lot. All fees associated with recording said covenant shall be paid by the developer.

4. With the exception of irrigation lines that have been reviewed and approved by the City Geologist for installation and operation, prior to installation of any additional irrigation lines on any portion of the Ocean Trails property, the City Council shall have approved the Ocean Trails Water Control Plan to ensure that the installation and operation of said irrigation lines will not contribute water to any known landslide area, cause any significant erosion or other potentially hazardous conditions.

5. All proposed irrigation within the Ocean Trails project, which includes, but is not limited to, all irrigation for the golf course, driving range, parks, open space lots and private residential lots, shall be subject to the standards of the Ocean Trails Water Control Plan as reviewed and approved by the City Council, and other than the golf course and driving range, shall be consistent with City of Rancho Palos Verdes Municipal Code Section No. 15.34, “Water Conservation in Landscaping”. With the exception of private residential lots which have been sold to an individual purchaser, the developer or any subsequent owner of the golf course parcels (hereinafter “developer”) shall be responsible for submitting an audit report every 60 days for review and approval by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, which details the project’s compliance with the Ocean Trails Water Control Plan and consistency, where applicable, with Municipal Code Section No. 15.34. If it is determined by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, that any irrigation is not in compliance with either the Ocean Trails Water Control Plan or Municipal Code Section 15.34, or is causing any impacts to the project site, the developer shall be required to halt all irrigation in the subject area until any such problem has been remedied to the satisfaction of the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement.

L. FENCING PLANS

1. A complete project fencing plan (including public trails, habitat areas, warning signage, and proposed fence and wall details) shall be approved by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement and/or the Design Review Committee ("DRC") or similar body if established, prior to issuance of grading permits or recordation of the Final Map, whichever occurs first. It shall be the responsibility of the developer to install this fencing prior to sale of any lot within each workable phase. Said fencing plans shall incorporate the following:

a. A 42 inch high pipe rail fence or similar fencing of suitable design shall be placed along the length of the bluff top on the seaward side of the bluff top pedestrian trail, subject to the review and approval of the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement. It shall be the responsibility of the developer to install this fencing and warning signage to coincide with the construction of the bluff top pedestrian and bicycle trail.

b. A protective fence around the California gnatcatcher habitat areas and around all wildlife corridors adjacent to residential development, or as otherwise required by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement shall be installed. Fencing of all enhancement areas shall also be required, subject to the review and approval of the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement. Said fencing shall satisfy all requirements of the project biologist, incorporate a method to prevent domesticated animals from entering the habitat areas, include appropriate warning signage, and shall be black or dark green in color. Temporary fencing shall be installed around the existing wildlife corridors and habitat areas prior to the issuance of grading permits and the permanent fencing shall be installed prior to the sale of any lot within adjacent workable phases.

c. Protective fencing along all trails and open space areas where there is a potential conflict between golf course uses and public access uses. In no case shall permanent netting and netting support poles be installed for the driving range. However, temporary netting and support poles may be allowed for temporary professional tournaments provided a Special Use Permit is obtained as required through Mitigation Measure No. H-3 of Resolution No. 2005-62 for the Driving Range (Revision "W") Mitigated Negative Declaration. In association with such temporary poles and netting, permanent below grade support pole sleeves that would accommodate temporary netting support poles are allowed to be installed as part of the driving range construction. Such below grade sleeves shall be safely covered when not in use as determined by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement.

M. ARCHAEOLOGY AND PALEONTOLOGY

1. Prior to issuance of grading permits, the project archaeologist shall submit a protocol to the City for monitoring and for the discovery of archaeological resources. A qualified archaeologist shall make frequent inspections during the rough grading operation to further evaluate cultural resources on the site. If archaeological resources are found, all work in the affected area shall be stopped and the resources shall be removed or preserved. All "finds" shall be reported to the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement immediately. All archaeological finds shall be first offered to the City for preservation. At the completion of grading, the project archaeologist shall submit a report detailing finds, if any.

2. Prior to issuance of grading permits, the project paleontologist shall submit a protocol to the City for monitoring and for the discovery of paleontological resources. A qualified paleontologist shall be present during all rough grading operations. If paleontological resources are found, all work in the affected area shall be stopped and the resources shall be removed or preserved. All "finds" shall be reported to the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement immediately. All paleontological finds shall be first offered to the City for preservation. At the completion of grading, the project paleontologist shall submit a report detailing finds, if any.

N. BIOLOGY

1. Prior to issuance of grading permits, or prior final of any map, whichever occurs first, the developer shall submit a Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) for review and comment by local wildlife and habitat preservation groups, and subject to approval by the Planning Commission.

2. Prior to issuance of grading permits, the project biological monitor shall submit protocol to the City for the monitoring of biological resources in conformance with the Habitat Conservation Plan and Environmental Impact Report No. 36. A qualified biologist shall be present during all rough grading operations to verify and ensure compliance with mitigation measures contained in Environmental Impact Report No. 36, Supplements thereto, and project certified Mitigated Negative Declarations, for preservation of biological resources, and conformance with the conditions and requirements of the Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) as described in Condition N.1 above.

O. WATER

1. Prior to issuance of grading permits, the developer must submit a labor and materials bond in addition to either:

a. An agreement and faithful performance bond in the amount estimated by the Director of Public Works and guaranteeing the installation of the water system; or

b. An agreement and other evidence satisfactory to the Director of Public Works indicating that the developer has entered into a contract with the servicing water utility to construct the water system, as required, and has deposited with such water utility a security guaranteeing payment for the installation of the water system.

2. There shall be filed with the Director of Public Works a statement from the purveyor indicating that the proposed water mains and any other required facilities will be operated by the purveyor, and that, under normal operating conditions, the system will meet the needs of the development.

3. There shall be filed with the Director of Public Works an unqualified "will serve" statement from the purveyor indicating that water service can be provided to meet the demands of the proposed development. Said statement shall be dated no more than six months prior to issuance of building permits for the clubhouse. Should the developer receive a qualified "will serve" statement from the purveyor, the City shall retain the right to require the developer to use an alternative water source, subject to the review and approval of the City, or the City shall determine that the conditions of the project approval have not been satisfied.

4. The golf course and related facilities shall be served by adequately sized water system facilities which shall include fire hydrants of the size, type, and location as determined by the Los Angeles County Fire Department. The water mains shall be of sufficient size to accommodate the total domestic and fire flows required for the development. Domestic flow requirements shall be determined by the Director of Public Works. Fire flow requirements shall be determined by the Los Angeles County Fire Department, and evidence of approval by the Los Angeles County Fire Department is required prior to issuance of building permits for the clubhouse, maintenance facility or affordable housing complex, whichever occurs first.

5. Framing of structures shall not begin until after the Los Angeles County Fire Department has determined that there is adequate fire fighting water and access available to the said structures pursuant to Condition No. 0.4.

P. DRAINAGE

1. Prior to issuance of grading permits, a bond, cash deposit, or combination thereof, shall be posted to cover the costs of construction of drainage improvements in an amount to be determined by the Director of Public Works.

2. Prior to issuance of grading permits, the developer shall submit a hydrology study to the Director of Public Works to determine any adverse impacts to on-site and/or off-site existing flood control facilities generated by this project. Should the Director of Public Works determine that adverse impacts will result, the developer will be required to post a bond, cash deposit, or combination thereof in an amount to be determined by the Director of Public Works, which will cover the cost of all on-site improvements and the project's fair share of the necessary off-site improvements.

3. Drainage plans and necessary support documents to comply with the following requirements must be submitted for approval by the Director of Public Works prior to the issuance of grading permits:

a. Provide drainage facilities to remove any flood hazard to the satisfaction of the Director of Public Works and dedicate and show easements on the Final Map.

b. Eliminate sheet overflow and ponding or elevate the floors of any structures with no openings in the foundation walls to at least twelve inches above the finished pad grade.

c. Provide drainage facilities to protect the property from high velocity scouring action.

d. Provide for contributory drainage from adjoining properties.

e. All on-site surface drainage shall be directed away from the bluff top to minimize erosion and to protect sensitive plant habitat on the bluff face.

4. All drainage swales and any other on-grade drainage facilities, including gunite, shall be of an earth tone color, as approved by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement prior to the issuance of grading permit.

5. Subject to review and approval of a permit by the Director of Public Works and Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, the Developer shall be permitted to change the drainage system within the eastern portion of the Ocean Trails project site, which includes portions of the Golf Course and Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 50667, from a tunneled storm drain system to drain instead into La Rotonda canyon.

Within 60 days of this approval, the developer shall revise the “Operations and Maintenance Manual for Groundwater and Ground Movement Monitoring Facilities at the Ocean Trails Golf Course” to include methods whereby the canyons on site shall be periodically monitored for erosion and slope failure. The document shall include methods for immediately repairing failed slope areas to prevent enlargement of failed areas. The revised Manual shall be submitted for review and approval by the Director of Public Works and Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement within the 60 day period.

The golf course operator shall have the canyons inspected annually during and immediately following the rainy season, in accordance with the standards and schedule which have been established by the Director of Public Works, and at any other time deemed necessary by the Director of Public Works. The golf course operator shall provide the results of the inspections to the Director of Public Works within ten (10) working days following each inspection. The golf course operator shall have any failed or eroded portions of the canyons immediately repaired to the satisfaction of the Director of Public Works.

Prior to issuance of permits to construct such drainage system, the developer shall submit proof to the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, that the developer has obtained the necessary permits and/or approvals from the following resource agencies: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, California Department of Fish and Game, U.S. Fish and Wildlife, and the California Regional Water Quality Control Board. The developer shall be responsible for implementing any conditions associated with the resource agencies permits and/or approvals of this specific drainage request.

6. Subject to review and approval of a permit by the Director of Public Works and Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, the Developer shall be permitted to change the drainage system within the western portion of the Ocean Trails project site, which includes portions of the Golf Course and Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 50666, from a tunneled storm drain system to drain instead into Forrestal Canyon.

Within 60 days of this approval, the developer shall revise the “Operations and Maintenance Manual for Groundwater and Ground Movement Monitoring Facilities at the Ocean Trails Golf Course” to include methods whereby the canyons on site shall be periodically monitored for erosion and slope failure. The document shall include methods for immediately repairing failed slope areas to prevent enlargement of failed areas. The revised Manual shall be submitted for review and approval by the Director of Public Works and Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement within the 60 day period.

The golf course operator shall have the canyons inspected annually during and immediately following the rainy season, in accordance with the standards and schedule which have been established by the Director of Public Works, and at any other time deemed necessary by the Director of Public Works. The golf course operator shall provide the results of the inspections to the Director of Public Works within ten (10) working days following each inspection. The golf course operator shall have any failed or eroded portions of the canyons immediately repaired to the satisfaction of the Director of Public Works.

Prior to issuance of permits to construct such drainage system, the developer shall submit proof to the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, that the developer has obtained the necessary permits and/or approvals from the following resource agencies: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, California Department of Fish and Game, U.S. Fish and Wildlife, and the California Regional Water Quality Control Board. The developer shall be responsible for implementing any conditions associated with the resource agencies permits and/or approvals of this specific drainage request.

Q. PROJECT COMPLETION BONDS

1. Prior to recordation of any Final Map and/or issuance of grading permit, whichever occurs first, the developer shall post a bond, cash deposit, or other City-approved security to ensure the completion of all golf course, clubhouse and related improvements, including: rough grading, landscaping, irrigation, public trails, habitat restoration, drainage facilities, and other site features as per approved plans.

R. PUBLIC OPEN SPACE DEED RESTRICTION

1. Prior to issuance of grading permits or recordation of any Final Map, whichever occurs first, the landowner shall record a restrictive covenant in favor of the City in a form and on terms acceptable to the City, requiring all land within the golf course and driving range, including any permanent structures, for golf course, driving range and related recreational uses to be open to the public. Furthermore, the deed restriction shall specify that conversion of any portion of the approved facilities to a private or member-only use or the implementation of any program to allow extended or exclusive use or occupancy of the facilities by an individual or limited group or segment of the public is specifically precluded by this permit and would require an amendment to this permit or a new permit in order to be effective.

S. COMPLETION PER APPROVED PLANS

1. The developer shall designate appropriate workable phases (portions of the development to include adjoining areas of grading, construction of the clubhouse and associated improvements, streets of access, finish grading phases, supporting off-site improvements and on-site drainage and utility improvements) that shall be subject to approval by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement and the Director of Public Works, prior to the issuance of grading permit.

2. Any workable phase not under construction which has been scarified through grading operations shall be irrigated and landscaped within ninety (90) days of grading. Temporary irrigation lines may be approved by the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement.

3. Prior to the issuance of grading permits, the developer shall post a bond, cash deposit, or other City-approved security to guarantee substantial vegetative cover and maintenance of all finish graded lots which have not been sold for development.

4. No building permits shall be issued prior to finish grading within the approved workable phase of the site in which each lot is located and until the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement has determined that all drainage facilities and common area and off-site improvements in the workable phase of the site and necessary for development of the phase in the approved construction plan in which the lots or structures are located are completed, to the extent that the lots or structures are accessible and able to support development.

5. The developer shall participate in any Design Review Committee ("DRC") or similar body processes in place at the City at the time development and construction plans for the clubhouse, golf course, and related facilities are submitted to the City.

T. TRAILS PLAN AND PUBLIC AMENITIES IMPLEMENTATION

1. The developer shall be responsible for implementation and construction of all amenities detailed in the Public Amenities Plan as required per Condition F.3 above, and Condition G.1 of Resolution No. 96-75. Construction of the public amenities shall coincide with the project grading activity and shall be completed upon certification of rough grading.

2. The existing remnant from the World War II facility located at the Halfway Point Park shall be preserved as a part of the Public Amenities Plan. A plaque commemorating the facility and describing its uses shall be placed at the location.

3. Dedication of the public trail and open space lots shall occur at the time the Final Map is recorded.

4. Construction of the public trails and improvements required in the Public Amenities Plan shall be the obligation of the developer. Construction shall coincide with the project grading activity and shall be completed upon certification of rough grading. Dedication of the public trails shall occur at the time any Final Map is recorded.

U. MITIGATION MEASURES

1. The development shall comply with all mitigation measures of Environmental Impact Report No. 36, Supplements thereto, and project certified Mitigated Negative Declarations. Where more restrictive language appears in these conditions of approval, the more restrictive language shall control.

2. All costs associated with implementation of the Mitigation Monitoring Program shall be the responsibility of the Developer, and/or any successors in interest.