Negative Declarations

If the Lead Agency finds that the project will not have an impact on the environment, the Lead Agency will prepare a Negative Declaration (ND).  A ND is a legal statement that either describes the reasons why a proposed project will not have a significant adverse effects on the environment or that compliance with specific Federal, State or County regulations would avoid a significant impact, and thus does not require an Environmental Impact Report.


Case Number PL6-0164

Applicant: Christopher Wagner

Notice of Availability and Intent to Adopt a Negative Declaration

Description: The applicant requests that a Conditional Certificate of Compliance (CC of C) be granted that would authorize the legalization of a 15,879‑square foot parcel. The subject parcel was illegally created by conveyance (deed recorded June 4, 1971 in Book 3822, Page 413 of Official Records) in violation of the Subdivision Map Act and the Ventura County Subdivision Ordinance.  A Tentative Parcel Map (TPM) is also included in the application request to allow future development on the project site after the parcel has been legally created by the subject CC of C. No development is proposed at this time.

Location: 191 Grapevine Road, Oak View

APN: 031-0-112-275

Review Start and End Dates: 09/11/2017 to 10/01/2017

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

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