Planning Division



237 E. Las Tunas Dr. (PL-15-003 - Proposed Dialysis Center)

Design Review Commission Public Meeting Notice
Notice of Intent to Adopt A Revised Mitigated Negative Declaration
 (Revised: January 2, 2018)
Notice of Proposed Revised Mitigated Negative Declaration (Original: December 14, 2017)
Mitigated Negative Declaration
Initial Study / Environmental Checklist Form
Comment Letter: County Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County 

Sources Cited in the Evaluation of Environmental Impacts 

1. Ingredients for Success, the Comprehensive General Plan
2. The Comprehensive General Plan Background Report 
3. Environmental Evaluation, City of San Gabriel General Plan
4. Zoning Ordinance, City of San Gabriel
5. Architectural Site Plans for 237 E. Las Tunas (May 26, 2015)
6. Landscape Plan for 237 E. Las Tunas (May 26, 2015)
7. Trip Generation Summary Report 
8. Air Quality/GHG Assessment 
9. Acoustical Assessment 
10. Shade/Shadow Study
11. Arborist Statement 
12. Phase I Environmental Site Assessment 
13. Hydrology Study and Water Quality Report 
14. Soil Engineering Investigation and Report 
15. Wastewater Flow Monitoring Report Tab 1 Revised October 9, 2015
      Wastewater Flow Monitoring Report July 24, 2015
16. Updated Trip Generation Summary Report
17. Updated Acoustical Assessment
18. Geophysical Investigation Report
19. Clarifier Closure Report
20. Underground Storage Tank Closure Report
21. Clarifier Closure Certification prepared by County of Los Angeles Department of PW
22. Underground Storage Tank Program - Case Referral Response Letter prepared by Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board
23.  Phase II Environmental Site Assessment
24. Human Health Risk Assessment

The revised proposed project includes the construction of a new 9,997 square foot kidney dialysis center, generally located at the intersection of E. Las Tunas Drive and Country Club Drive in San Gabriel.  The property is zoned Retail Commercial (C-1) and has a General Plan land use designation of General Commercial.  The project requires a Precise Plan of Design (PPD) approve by the City's Design Review Commission, which has been scheduled for January 22, 2018.  

The Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) public review period will begin on December 15, 2017 and end of January 8, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. The Community Development Director shall consider adopting the MND prior to the Design Review Commission's consideration of the revised proposed project meeting which is scheduled for January 22, 2018.  

All documents cited above (including the Initial Study / Environmental Checklist Form) are available in hardcopy for review at the City of San Gabriel Community Development Department, 425 South Mission Drive, San Gabriel, CA 91776.  The office hours are Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., except Tuesday until 6:30 p.m.  

Please contact Tracy Steinkruger, Planning Manager at (626) 308-2806 ext. 4623 for additional information.  


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