The Countywide Vision Environment Element Group on Wednesday prioritized what additional research is needed to develop a comprehensive approach to the preservation and conservation of habitat for threatened and endangered species in San Bernardino County.
The acre project site is located southwest of Mt.
San Jacinto and the San Jacinto River. More specifically, the site is situated immediately east of State Route 79, also known as North State Street, and north of the Ramona Expressway.
These two roads serve as the primary access ways to the site.
The site is surrounded by residential use to the north, east, and south, with a retail center also located to the south. The proposed project involves demolition of existing buildings and uses on campus, and the construction and eventual operation of new buildings and campus facilities.
The proposed project would also involve improvements to the circulation network within the campus to include realigning main vehicular pathways and improving bicycle and pedestrian connections throughout campus, and enhancements to the open space network.
Prominent building characteristics include the demolition of approximatelygross square feet of existing buildings and facilities and the construction of approximatelygross square feet, which is a net increase of approximatelygross square feet campus wide at buildout.
The total on-campus parking could serve up to approximately 16, students. Implementation also considers the sources and availability of anticipated funding. Phasing for proposed development is planned in three main segments, and the sequencing would be revisited annually in conjunction with preparation of the 5-year construction plan.
Significant Environmental Effects of Project. The Draft EIR concluded that the proposed project will result in significant and unavoidable impacts on transportation and traffic.
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