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Summary of Staff Recommendations MINIM SUMMARY OF STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS—Z-06-19-17 • Except where necessary to construct roadway, drainage and/or utility improvements as shown in the civil construction plans submitted by the developer,pre-grading of individual single family lots by the developer is hereby prohibited and all trees not located in future roadways and utility mains shall be preserved in place; • Existing trees removed on individual single family lots shall require mitigation per the requirements of the Code of Ordinances; • Trees located in roadways and utility main locations as shown on the preliminary plat and civil construction plans are hereby exempt from the mitigation requirements of the Code of Ordinances; • All protected trees and tree preservation areas (non-exempt) as shown on the concept plan shall be protected per the requirements of the Code of Ordinances. Additionally, a tree protection plan shall be submitted for review and approved by the Town Manager or their designee prior to any site grading/clearing and tree removal. • As a condition of approval, staff recommends that the 15-acre southeast hill portion of the development be developed as the required community park as shown on the Parks, Open Space and Trails Plan, thereby satisfying both the parkland dedication requirements of the Code of Ordinances and the recommendations of the Comprehensive Plan. • Most of the southeast hill should be graded to provide better access for maximization of amenity use. • Said park shall remain privately owned and maintained but shall be accessible to the public at all times and shall, at a minimum, include amenities as described in Alternate A above. • Maintenance responsibilities, details of amenities, and final locations of parking and trails shall be approved through a separate agreement between the applicant/developer and the Town. Said agreement shall be approved before a notice to proceed with the construction of public improvements is issued by the public works director. • Prior to approval of the final agreement between the developer and the Town, a public workshop shall be held whereby public input is received concerning the final park design and amenities. • The existing decomposed granite trail along Solana Blvd. shall be replaced by the developer with an eight (8) foot wide concrete trail along the entire frontage of Solana Blvd. adjacent to the subject property. Said trail shall, as closely as possible, follow the course of the existing trail with all trees to be preserved as existing at the time of construction. Said trail shall be constructed prior to the final acceptance of public improvements.