Menlo Country Club golf course project
Original post made by do you care, Woodside: other, on Mar 17, 2012
Public Hearing Notice
Notice of Availability/ Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration
Public Review Period: March 19, 2012 through April 17, 2012
CEQA2011-003, CUSE2010-0008, CUSE2011-0008, and GRAD2010-0004
Menlo Country Club, Golf Course Renovation and Tennis Facilities at 2300 Woodside Road
The Menlo Country Club is proposing to renovate the golf course and tennis facilities. Two of the four tennis courts will be relocated to the southwest quadrant of the property adjacent to the other two existing tennis courts. A new tennis court building is proposed adjacent to the tennis courts. Out of the approximately 5,000 trees on the property, the project proposes to remove 53 native Significant Trees and 166 non-native Significant Trees. There are an additional 126 trees proposed for removal that do not qualify as Significant Trees. The project includes approximately 180,000 cubic yards of grading (total of cut and fill quantities). Additionally, approximately 63,000 cubic yards of sand that will be brought onsite to cap the golf course. The project requires a Grading Exception for grading quantities totaling over 1,500 cubic yards. An amendment to the existing Conditional Use Permit (CUP) is required to update the Program Statement and exhibits (plans), and a new CUP is required for the work within the stream corridor pursuant to Woodside Municipal Code Section 153.208(F).
The negative mitigated declaration and attachments are available on the Town's website or at the Town office. Do you care? If so comment in writing and attend the Planning Commission Meeting April 18th at 7PM.
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