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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, NA1, Utah Corporate Services,
343 E. 500 Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
PLN 2009-1333 / Conditional Use Permit Amendment and Tree Removal
2600 Ramona Road & 6075 Conejo Road, Atascadero, CA 93422
APN 049-142-009, 049-142-007 (San Luis Obispo County)
The proposed project consists of an application to amend the Master Plan
of Development for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints to
allow a 2.1-acre parking lot expansion on 6075 Conejo Road, the addition
of a 1,800 sq. ft. shade pavilion at the rear, and the removal of one 5”
diameter California Live Oak.
General Plan Designation: SE (Suburban Estates)
Zoning District: RS (Residential Suburban)
Proposed Environmental Determination:
A Conditional Negative Declaration was issued for this project pursuant to the
provisions of CEQA in 1983. An Exemption (CEQA Sec. 15332) is
recommended for this proposed Amendment because the expansion is
considered as in-fill development in a built environment and the tree removed
is to be mitigated by replacement oaks per City Tree Ordinance.