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HomeMy WebLinkAbout052620 CC AgendaIn compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the office of the City Clerk (951) 694-6444. Notification 48 hours prior to a meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to that meeting [28 CFR 35.102.35.104 ADA Title II]. AGENDA TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA MAY 26, 2020 - 7:00 PM IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING THIS MEETING This meeting is being conducted utilizing teleconferencing and electronic means consistent with State of California Executive Order N 29 20, dated March 17, 2020, regarding the COVID 19 pandemic. The live stream of the meeting may be viewed on television and/or online. Details can be found at temeculaca.gov/tv. In accordance with Executive Order N 29 20, the public may only view the meeting on television and/or online and not in the Council Chamber. Submission of Public Comments: For those wishing to make public comments at this Council meeting, please submit your comments by email to be read aloud at the meeting by the City Clerk. Email comments must be submitted to the City Clerk at randi.johl@temeculaca.gov. Email comments on matters not on the agenda must be submitted prior to the time the Mayor calls the item for Public Comments. Email comments on agenda items must be submitted prior to the time the Mayor closes public comments on the agenda item. All email comments shall be subject to the same rules as would otherwise govern speaker comments at the Council meeting. Electronic comments on agenda items for this Council meeting may only be submitted via email and comments via text and social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) will not be accepted. Reading of Public Comments: The City Clerk shall read all email comments, provided that the reading shall not exceed three (3) minutes, or such other time as the Council may provide, consistent with the time limit for speakers at a Council meeting. The email comments submitted shall become part of the record of the Council meeting. CALL TO ORDER: Mayor James Stewart INVOCATION: TBD FLAG SALUTE: Mayor James Stewart ROLL CALL: Edwards, Naggar, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart Page 1 City Council Agenda May 26, 2020 PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of 30 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the City Council on items that appear on the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda. Each speaker is limited to three minutes. For all Public Hearing or Business items on the agenda, each speaker is limited to five minutes. For this meeting, public comments may be submitted and read into the record pursuant to the important notice provided at the top of this agenda. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS Reports by the members of the City Council on matters not on the agenda will be made at this time. A total, not to exceed, ten minutes will be devoted to these reports. CONSENT CALENDAR All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless members of the City Council request specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. 1. Waive Reading of Standard Ordinances and Resolutions Recommendation Attachments That the City Council waive the reading of the text of all standard ordinances and resolutions included in the agenda except as specifically required by the Government Code. Agenda Report 2. Approve Action Minutes of April 28, May 6 and May 12, 2020 Recommendation: That the City Council approve the action minutes of April 28, May 6 and May 12, 2020. Attachments: Action Minutes - 4/28/20 Action Minutes - 5/6/20 Action Minutes - 5/12/20 3. Approve List of Demands Recommendation Attachments That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A Agenda Report Resolution List of Demands Page 2 City Council Agenda May 26, 2020 4. Approve City Treasurer's Report as of March 31, 2020 Recommendation: That the City Council approve and file the City Treasurer's Report as of March 31, 2020. Attachments: Agenda Report Treasurer Report 5. Adopt Ordinance 2020-04 Amending Title 17 of the Temecula Municipal Code Pertaining to the Accessory Dwelling Units (Second Reading) Recommendation: That the City Council adopt an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO.2020-04 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING TITLE 17 OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE TO DELETE CERTAIN SUBSECTIONS OF SECTION 17.06.050 PERTAINING TO ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS, ESTABLISHING A NEW CHAPTER 17.23 PERTAINING TO ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS, AMENDING TABLE 17.24.040 REGARDING PARKING REQUIREMENTS, AND FINDING THE ORDINANCE TO BE EXEMPT FROM THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT Attachments: Agenda Report Ordinance 6. Adopt Ordinance 2020-05 Amending Title 17 of the Temecula Municipal Code to Conform with the Density Bonus Ordinance Law Under the California Government Code (Long Range Project Number LR19-1597) (Second Reading) Recommendation: That the City Council adopt an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 2020-05 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING TITLE 17 OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE TO REVISE REGULATIONS TO CONFORM WITH DENSITY BONUS LAW (CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 65915) AND FINDING THE ORDINANCE TO BE EXEMPT FROM THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT Attachments: Agenda Report Ordinance Page 3 City Council Agenda May 26, 2020 7. 8. 9. Extend Terms of Appointment for Planning Commissioner Lanae Turley-Trejo and Old Town Local Review Board Members Annette Brown and Peg Moore Recommendation: That the City Council extend the terms of appointment for Planning Commissioner Lanae Turley-Trejo and Old Town Local Review Board Members Annette Brown and Peg Moore to October 10, 2020. Attachments: Agenda Report Set Public Hearing to Approve Solid Waste and Recycling Rates for Commercial Customers for Fiscal Year 2020-21 Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA SETTING A TIME AND PLACE FOR A PUBLIC HEARING IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING RATES FOR COMMERCIAL CUSTOMERS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2020-21 Attachments: Agenda Report Resolution Rate Schedule Approve Resolution Regarding the Return of Funds to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development Recommendation Attachments That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA REGARDING THE RETURN OF FUNDS TO THE US DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT Agenda Report Resolution HUD Letter 10. Approve Loan Agreement with Las Haciendas Housing Associates, LP for a 77 Unit Affordable Housing Project Recommendation: That the City Council approve a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. Page 4 City Council Agenda May 26, 2020 11. 12. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, ACTING IN ITS CAPACITY AS THE HOUSING SUCCESSOR TO THE FORMER TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (AND, WITH RESPECT TO A LOAN OF CITY FEES, ALSO IN ITS CAPACITY AS THE CITY) APPROVING A LOAN AGREEMENT WITH LAS HACIENDAS HOUSING ASSOCIATES, L.P. FOR THE "LAS HACIENDAS" 77 UNIT LOW INCOME AFFORDABLE MULTI -FAMILY (APARTMENT) PROJECT AT 28715 LAS HACIENDAS STREET AND 28772 CALLE CORTEZ, AND THE TAKING OF RELATED ACTIONS, AND MAKING A FINDING OF EXEMPTION UNDER CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT SECTION 15182 Attachments: Agenda Report Resolution Attachment A Approve Resolution to Amend the Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee (TUMF) Program Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING THE APPLICABLE TRANSPORTATION UNIFORM MITIGATION FEE (TUMF) APPLICABLE TO ALL DEVELOPMENTS IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA Attachments: Agenda Report Resolution Approve Tract Maps and Subdivision Improvement and Monumentation Agreements for Sommers Bend and Authorize the City Manager to Execute Related Documents Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Approve Tract Map 37341-11, 37341-12, 37341-13, 37341-14, 37341-15 and 37341-16 in conformance with the Conditions of Approval; 2. Approve the Subdivision Improvement and Monumentation Agreements with the Developer; 3. Authorize the City Manager to execute the agreements on behalf of the City. Page 5 City Council Agenda May 26, 2020 Attachments: Agenda Report Fees and Securities Report Vicinity Mgp Tract Maps RECESS CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO SCHEDULED MEETINGS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, THE TEMECULA HOUSING AUTHORITY, AND THE TEMECULA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY Page 6 City Council Agenda May 26, 2020 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MEETING CALL TO ORDER: President Zak Schwank ROLL CALL: Edwards, Naggar, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart CSD PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of 30 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the Board of Directors on items that appear on the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda. Each speaker is limited to three minutes. For all Public Hearing or Business items on the agenda, each speaker is limited to five minutes. For this meeting, public comments may be submitted and read into the record pursuant to the important notice provided at the top of this agenda. CSD CONSENT CALENDAR All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless Members of the Temecula Community Services District request specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. 13. Approve Action Minutes of April 28, 2020 Recommendation: That the Board of Directors approve the action minutes of April 28, 2020. Attachments: Action Minutes 14. Set Public Hearing to Approve Temecula Community Services District Proposed Rates and Charges for Fiscal Year 2020-21 Recommendation: That the Board of Directors adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. CSD A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ACKNOWLEDGING THE FILING OF A REPORT WITH RESPECT TO THE PROPOSED RATES AND CHARGES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2020-21 AND SETTING A TIME AND PLACE FOR A PUBLIC HEARING IN CONNECTION THEREWITH Attachments: Agenda Report Resolution Exhibit A Preliminary Engineer Report 15. Terminate Easement for Maintenance of Landscaping on Property Within Tract 21764 and Service Level C, Zone 7 Recommendation: That the Board of Directors adopt a resolution entitled: Page 7 City Council Agenda May 26, 2020 RESOLUTION NO. CSD A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA TERMINATING THE EASEMENT FOR MAINTENANCE OF LANDSCAPING ON PROPERTY WITHIN TRACT 21764 AND TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, SERVICE LEVEL "C", ZONE 7 Attachments: Agenda Report RPcnlntinn Easement Deed Zone 7 Map CSD DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES REPORT CSD GENERAL MANAGER REPORT CSD BOARD OF DIRECTOR REPORTS CSD ADJOURNMENT The next regular meeting of the Temecula Community Services District will be held on Tuesday, June 9, 2020, at 5:30 p.m., for a Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 p.m., at the Council Chambers located at 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Page 8 City Council Agenda May 26, 2020 SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY CALL TO ORDER: Chairperson James Stewart ROLL CALL: Edwards, Naggar, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart SARDA PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of 30 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the Board of Directors on items that appear on the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda. Each speaker is limited to three minutes. For all Public Hearing or Business items on the agenda, each speaker is limited to five minutes. For this meeting, public comments may be submitted and read into the record pursuant to the important notice provided at the top of this agenda. SARDA CONSENT CALENDAR All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless Members of the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency request specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. 16. Approve Joint Action Minutes of April 28, 2020 Recommendation: Attachments That the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency approve the joint action minutes of April 28, 2020. Joint Action Minutes SARDA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT SARDA BOARD OF DIRECTOR REPORTS SARDA ADJOURNMENT The next regular meeting of the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency will be held on Tuesday, June 9, 2020, at 5:30 p.m., for a Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 p.m., at the Council Chambers located at 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Page 9 City Council Agenda May 26, 2020 RECONVENE TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING Any person may submit written comments to the City Council before or during a public hearing in support of or in opposition to the approval of the project(s) in the manner prescribed in the important notice at the top of this agenda. If you challenge any of the project(s) in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised in written correspondence delivered to the City Clerk at, or prior to, the public hearing. 17. Approve Amendment to the Old Town Specific Plan to Allow Four -Story Hotels Within the Downtown Core District and to Add Language to the Specific Plan to Clarify the Intended Use of a Minor Exception for Building Height Recommendation That the City Council adopt resolutions entitled: RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING ADDENDUM NO. 1 TO THE OLD TOWN SPECIFIC PLAN PROGRAM ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (SCH NO.2009071049) RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING AMENDMENT NO. 9 TO THE OLD TOWN SPECIFIC PLAN (SP-5) (LONG RANGE PROJECT NO. LR20-0209) Attachments: Agenda Report Aerial Map Resolution - EIR Addendum Exhibit A - EIR Addendum Resolution - SPA Exhibit A - SPA Planning Commission Resolution No. 2020-11 Planning Commission Resolution No. 2020-12 Planning Commission Staff Report Notice of Public Hearing Draft Notice of Determination 18. Introduce Ordinance to Amend Chanter 17.21 Affordable Housing Overlav Zone of the Temecula Municipal Code (Long Range Project No. LR20-0279) Recommendation: That the City Council introduce and read by title only an ordinance entitled: Page 10 City Council Agenda May 26, 2020 ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING TITLE 17 OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE TO AMEND CHAPTER 17.21 REGARDING THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING OVERLAY ZONE, AND MAKING THE DETERMINATION THAT THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE IS EXEMPT FROM FURTHER ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW UNDER CEQA GUIDELINES SECTION 15061(B)(3) Attachments: Agenda Report Ordinance Planning Commission Staff Report Planning Commission Resolution Notice of Public Hearing 19. Adopt California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Transportation Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT.) Analysis Guidelines Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO ADOPT THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT ("CEQA") TRANSPORTATION VEHICLE MILES TRAVELED ("VMT") ANALYSIS GUIDELINES FOR PURPOSES OF ANALYZING TRANSPORTATION IMPACTS UNDER CEQA AND MAKING A FINDING OF EXEMPTION UNDER CEQA (LONG RANGE PLANNING PROJECT NO. LR18-1506) Attachments: Agenda Report CEQA Transportation VMT Analysis Guidelines Resolution Notice of Public Hearing Planning Commission Staff Report Planning Commission Resolution RIT,SINF SS 20. Receive Update to Community Recovery and Reopening Plan and Related Efforts and Provide General Direction Regarding the Same Recommendation: That the City Council receive the update to the Community Recovery and Reopening Plan and related efforts and provide general direction regarding the same. Page 11 City Council Agenda May 26, 2020 Attachments: Agenda Report DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS 21. City Council Travel/Conference Report Attachments: Agenda Report Itinerary 22. Community Development Department Monthlv Report Attachments: Agenda Report Activity Report Statistics Charts 23. Fire Department Monthly Report Attachments: Agenda Report Monthly Report 24. Police Department Monthly Report Attachments: Agenda Report 25. Public Works Department Monthly Report Attachments: Agenda Report Project Status Report COMMISSION REPORTS PUBLIC SAFETY REPORT CITY MANAGER REPORT CITY ATTORNEY REPORT ADJOURNMENT The next regular meeting of the City Council will be held on Tuesday, June 9, 2020, at 5:30 p.m., for a Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 p.m., at the Council Chambers located at 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Page 12 City Council Agenda May 26, 2020 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC The full agenda packet (including staff reports, public closed session information, and any supplemental material available after the original posting of the agenda), distributed to a majority of the City Council regarding any item on the agenda, will be available for public viewing online at temeculaca.gov at least 72 hours prior to the meeting. If you have questions regarding any item on the agenda, please contact the City Clerk's Department at (951) 694 6444. Page 13 Item No. 1 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk DATE: May 26, 2020 SUBJECT: Waive Reading of Standard Ordinances and Resolutions PREPARED BY: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council waive the reading of the text of all standard ordinances and resolutions included in the agenda except as specifically required by the Government Code. BACKGROUND: The City of Temecula is a general law city formed under the laws of the State of California. With respect to adoption of ordinances and resolutions, the City adheres to the requirements set forth in the Government Code. Unless otherwise required, the full reading of the text of standard ordinances and resolutions is waived. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: None Item No. 2 ACTION MINUTES TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA APRIL 28, 2020 - 7:00 PM IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING APRIL 28, 2020 COUNCIL MEETING This meeting was conducted utilizing teleconferencing and electronic means consistent with State of California Executive Order N-29-20, dated March 17, 2020, regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. The live stream of the meeting may be viewed on television and/or online. Details can be found at temeculaca.gov/tv. In accordance with Executive Order N-29-20, the public may only view the meeting on television and/or online and not in the Council Chamber. Submission of Public Comments: For those wishing to make public comments at the April 28, 2020 Council meeting, please submit your comments by email to be read aloud at the meeting by the City Clerk. Email comments must be submitted to the City Clerk at randi.johl@temeculaca.gov. Email comments on matters not on the agenda must be submitted prior to the time the Mayor calls the item for Public Comments. Email comments on agenda items must be submitted prior to the time the Mayor closes public comments on the agenda item. All email comments shall be subject to the same rules as would otherwise govern speaker comments at the Council meeting. Electronic comments on agenda items for the April 28, 2020 Council meeting may only be submitted via email and comments via text and social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) will not be accepted. Reading of Public Comments: The City Clerk shall read all email comments, provided that the reading shall not exceed three (3) minutes, or such other time as the Council may provide, consistent with the time limit for speakers at a Council meeting. The email comments submitted shall become part of the record of the Council meeting. CLOSED SESSION - 6:00 P.M. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL PENDING LITIGATION. The City Council convened in closed session with the City Attorney pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1) with respect to the following matter of pending litigation: De Rossi, et al. v. City of Temecula, et al. (Riverside County Superior Court Case No. MCC2000628). CALL TO ORDER at 7:00 PM: Mayor James Stewart INVOCATION: Aaron Adams FLAG SALUTE: Mayor James Stewart ROLL CALL: Edwards, Naggar, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart PRESENTATIONS/PROCLAMATIONS Presentation of Proclamations for National Hospital Week and National Nurses Week to Darlene Wetton, Chief Executive Officer for Temecula Valley Hospital PUBLIC COMMENTS The following individuals submitted an electronic comment on non-agendized item: • Amy Naidus • Ashley Zimmer • Louis and Denise Todd • Shari LaFleur • Jim Seilsopour • Jerry and Donna Leavitt • Tiana Buschmann • Thomas LaFleur • Shannon Flynn • Christina Leavitt • Clayton Lisk • Lee Rosu • John James • Laura Bustos • Susann Williams • No Name • Brad Williams • Ronald Zimmer • Candi Zimmer • David Maggiore-Anet The following individuals submitted an electronic comment on agendized item: • Jennifer Richard (14) • Leslie Van Deusen (17) • Melanie House (14) • Nichole Burkholder (17) • Shelly Anguiano Figueroa (14) • Laura Stearn Wieters (17) • Dorcas Shaktman (14) • Ray Faulkner (17) • Tammy Marine (14) • Rick Reiss (17) • Craig Puma (17) • Rob Park (17) • Adam Ricketts (17) • Alisha Meyer (17) • Joanna Ricketts (17) • BJ Fazeli (17) • Christopher Flores (17) • Melinda Shaw (17) • Lisa Sanchez, M.A., Ph.D. (17) • Jaime Rench (17) • Pam Bailey (17) • Ann Mousner (17) • Scott Williams (17) • Krista Chaich (17) • Arthur and Lana Salyer (17) • DeShaun Williams (17) • Eric Sammons (17) • Rick and Sherry Foss (17) • Kathleen Bowen (17) • Wendy Rench (17) • Tami Simms (17) • Emily Falappino (17) • Elaine Ramos -Garcia, RN (17) • Bill Wilson (17) • L Warren (17) • Pastor William Rench (17) • Maurice Hermeyer (17) • Tj Salinas (17) • Kyla Murphy (17) • Cynthia Zubiate (17) • Bernadette McConnell (17) • Scott Forest (17) • Ursula Antinelli (17) • Regina Small (17) • Richard Baldrick (17) • Jane Lauhon (17) • Bennie Lauhon (17) • Calvary Baptist Church (17) CITY COUNCIL REPORTS • Carrie Rench (17) • Laurie Solie (17) • Matthew Rowley (17) • Erica Valles (17) • Karen Daniels (17) • Courtney Sheehan (17) • Ed Dool (17) • Mr. & Mrs. Bud Duke (17) • Dave Van Laeys (17) • Kevin Brooks (17) • Ryan Brown (17) CONSENT CALENDAR Unless otherwise indicated below, the following pertains to all items on the Consent Calendar. Approved the Staff Recommendation (5-0): Motion by Naggar, Second by Schwank. The vote reflected unanimous approval. 1. Waive Reading of Standard Ordinances and Resolutions Recommendation: That the City Council waive the reading of the text of all standard ordinances and resolutions included in the agenda except as specifically required by the Government Code. 2. Approve Action Minutes of March 10 and March 24, 2020 Recommendation: That the City Council approve the action minutes of March 10 and March 24, 2020. 3. Approve List of Demands Recommendation: That the City Council adopt resolutions entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2020-18 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A - FEBRUARY 27, 2020 - MARCH 5, 2020 RESOLUTION NO. 2020-19 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A - MARCH 11, 2020 - APRIL 7, 2020 4. Approve City Treasurer's Reports as of December 31, 2019, January 31, 2020 and February 29, 2020 Recommendation: That the City Council approve and file the City Treasurer's Report as of December 31, 2019, January 31, 2020 and February 29, 2020. 5. Adopt Ordinance 2020-03 Amending Title 17 and Title 18 of the Temecula Municipal Code Related to Small Cell Wireless Facilities Located Within the Public Right -of -Way and Adopt Resolution Regarding an Updated Policy for Small Wireless Facilities in the Public Right -of -Way (Long Range Planning Application Number LR19-0498) (Second Reading) Recommendation: That the City Council adopt an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 2020-03 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING TITLES 17 AND 18 OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE RELATED TO SMALL CELL WIRELESS 3 6. 7. 8. E 10. FACILITIES LOCATED WITHIN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY AND FINDING THAT THIS ORDINANCE IS EXEMPT FROM THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (CEQA) PURSUANT TO CEQA GUIDELINES SECTION 15061 (B)(3) Adopt Resolution Reaffirming and Proclaiming the Existence of a Local Emergency Relating to the COVID-19 Pandemic Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2020-20 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA REAFFIRMING AND PROCLAIMING THE EXISTENCE OF A LOCAL EMERGENCY RELATING TO THE COVID-19 VIRUS PANDEMIC AND ISSUING CERTAIN ORDERS FOR THE CONDUCT OF CITY AFFAIRS DURING THE LOCAL EMERGENCY Receive and File Update on the Housing Element Annual Progress Report to the Department of Housing and Community Development Recommendation: That the City Council receive and file an update on the Housing Element Annual Progress Report to California Department of Housing and Community Development for the reporting period of January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019. Approve Participation in the Riverside County Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC,) Program Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2020-21 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING PARTICIPATION IN THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY MORTGAGE CREDIT CERTIFICATE (MCC) PROGRAM Adopt Resolution to Authorize Application For and Receipt of Local Early Action Planning Grant Program Funds (Long Range Planning Project Number LR20 0360) Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2020-22 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AUTHORIZING APPLICATION FOR AND RECEIPT OF LOCAL EARLY ACTION PLANNING GRANTS PROGRAM FUNDS Approve List of Projects to be Funded by Senate Bill One (SB 1) for Fiscal Year 2020-21 Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: 4 RESOLUTION NO. 2020-23 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A LIST OF PROJECTS TO BE FUNDED BY SB 1: THE ROAD REPAIR AND ACCOUNTABILITY ACT OF 2017 RECESS: At 7:41 PM, the City Council recessed and convened as the Temecula Community Services District Meeting and Joint Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency/City Council Meeting and the Temecula Public Financing Authority Meeting. At 7:52 PM, the City Council resumed with the remainder of the City Council Agenda. JOINT SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY/CITY COUNCIL CALL TO ORDER at 7:48 PM: Chairperson James Stewart ROLL CALL: Edwards, Naggar, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart SARDA PUBLIC COMMENTS - None SARDA/COUNCIL CONSENT CALENDAR Unless otherwise indicated below, the following pertains to all items on the Consent Calendar. Approved the Staff Recommendation (5-0): Motion by Edwards, Second by Schwank. The vote reflected unanimous approval. 12. Approve Sixth Amendment to the Disposition and Development Agreement for the Town Square Marketplace Development Between the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, the City of Temecula, and Town Square Marketplace Old Town, LLC Located at APNs. 922-360-004, 005, 006, 007) Recommendation: 1. That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2020-24 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING THE SIXTH AMENDMENT TO THE DISPOSITION AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BY AND AMONG THE CITY OF TEMECULA, SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, AND TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE OLD TOWN, LLC CONVEYING APPROXIMATELY ONE ACRE OF PROPERTY LOCATED ON MAIN STREET WEST OF MERCEDES STREET 2. That the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. SARDA 2020-04 5 A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY APPROVING THE SIXTH AMENDMENT TO THE DISPOSITION AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BY AND AMONG THE CITY OF TEMECULA, SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, AND TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE OLD TOWN, LLC CONVEYING APPROXIMATELY ONE ACRE OF PROPERTY LOCATED ON MAIN STREET WEST OF MERCEDES STREET SARDA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT SARDA BOARD OF DIRECTOR REPORTS SARDA ADJOURNMENT At 7:50 PM, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency meeting was formally adjourned to Tuesday, May 12, 2020, at 5:30 PM for a Closed Session, with a regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. RECONVENE TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING 14. Approve Fiscal Year 2020-21 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Annual Action Plan Funding Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2020-25 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING THE 2020-21 ANNUAL ACTION PLAN AS AN APPLICATION TO THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT (HUD) FOR FUNDING UNDER THE FEDERAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) PROGRAM Approved the Staff Recommendation (5-0): Motion by Edwards, Second by Rahn. The vote reflected unanimous approval. 15. Adopt Ordinance Amending Title 17 of the Temecula Municipal Code Pertainingto o the Accessory Dwelling Units Recommendation: That the City Council introduce and read by title only an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 2020-04 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING TITLE 17 OF THE TEMECULA 6 MUNICIPAL CODE TO DELETE CERTAIN SUBSECTIONS OF SECTION 17.06.050 PERTAINING TO ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS, ESTABLISHING A NEW CHAPTER 17.23 PERTAINING TO ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS, AMENDING TABLE 17.24.040 REGARDING PARKING REQUIREMENTS, AND FINDING THE ORDINANCE TO BE EXEMPT FROM THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT Approved the Staff Recommendation (5-0): Motion by Naggar, Second by Edwards. The vote reflected unanimous approval. 16. Adopt Ordinance Amending Title 17 of the Temecula Municipal Code to Conform with the Density Bonus Ordinance Law Under the California Government Code (Long Range Project Number LR19-1597) Recommendation: That the City Council introduce and read by title only an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO.2020-05 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING TITLE 17 OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE TO REVISE REGULATIONS TO CONFORM WITH DENSITY BONUS LAW (CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 65915) AND FINDING THE ORDINANCE TO BE EXEMPT FROM THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT Approved the Staff Recommendation (5-0): Motion by Naggar, Second by Schwank. The vote reflected unanimous approval. BUSINESS 17. Consider Federal Guidelines, State Framework and County Public Health Orders for Reopening Post COVID-19 and Provide General Direction Regarding Local Preferences for the Same (At the Request of Council Members Naggar and Schwank) Recommendation: That the City Council consider the following items: 1. Riverside County Public Health Officer Orders and provide general direction on the accessibility of parks and similar amenities, including the corresponding parking lots throughout the City; and 2. Federal guidelines and state framework for reopening the nation and state post COVID-19 and provide general direction regarding local preferences for the same. Approved the Staff Recommendation (5-0): Motion by Naggar, Second by Rahn. The vote reflected unanimous approval. Motion to provide direction to staff to (1) open all smaller park and dog park parking lots, excluding the larger sports parks, (2) monitor activity at the parks after the reopening of those lots and report back to the City Council next week, and (3) return with a reopening plan for Council consideration next week. 7 DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS 18. Community Development Department Monthly Report — Receive and file only 19. Fire Department Monthly Report — Receive and file only 20. Police Department Monthly Report — Receive and file only COMMISSION REPORTS PUBLIC SAFETY REPORT CITY MANAGER REPORT CITY ATTORNEY REPORT ADJOURNMENT At 12:12 AM, the City Council meeting was formally adjourned to Tuesday, May 12, at 5:30 PM for Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. James Stewart, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] ACTION MINUTES TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA MAY 6, 2020 - 9:30 AM IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING THIS MEETING This meeting is being conducted utilizing teleconferencing and electronic means consistent with State of California Executive Order N-29-20, dated March 17, 2020, regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. The live stream of the meeting may be viewed on television and/or online. Details can be found at temeculaca.gov/tv. In accordance with Executive Order N-29-20, the public may only view the meeting on television and/or online and not in the Council Chamber. Submission of Public Comments: For those wishing to make public comments on the agenda item at this Council meeting, please submit your comments by email to the City Clerk at randi.johl@temeculaca.gov. All email comments shall be subject to the same rules as would otherwise govern speaker comments at the Council meeting. Electronic comments on agenda items for this Council meeting may only be submitted via email and comments via text and social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) will not be accepted. Reading of Public Comments: The City Clerk shall read all email comments on the agenda item, provided that the reading shall not exceed five (5) minutes, or such other time as the Council may provide, consistent with the time limit for speakers at a Council meeting. The email comments submitted shall become part of the record of the Council meeting. CALL TO ORDER at 9:30 AM: Mayor James Stewart ROLL CALL: Edwards, Naggar, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart PUBLIC COMMENTS The following individuals submitted an electronic comment on agendized item: Dianne Joseph Kyla Murphy Jessica Ward BUSINESS Ann Mousner Lisa Sanchez Charlene Denning 1. Consider Parks Update and 4th of July Event and Provide General Direction Regarding the Same Recommendation: That the City Council receive an update on parks and parking lots, and the 4th of July event, and provide general direction regarding the same. Approved (3-2, Rahn and Schwank Noes): Motion by Naggar, Second by Edwards. Motion to approve proceeding with the July 4th fireworks show with Ronald Reagan Sports Park open provided that: 1) the Governor's Executive Orders, State Public Health Department orders and Riverside County Public Health Officer's orders would not prohibit the event; and 2) the vendors for the July 4th event would consent to a late cancellation without fees or costs to the City in the event the City could not hold the event. ADJOURNMENT At 12:02 PM, the City Council meeting was formally adjourned to Tuesday, May 12, at 5:30 PM for Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. James Stewart, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] ACTION MINUTES TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA MAY 12, 2020 - 9:30 AM IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING THIS MEETING This meeting was conducted utilizing teleconferencing and electronic means consistent with State of California Executive Order N-29-20, dated March 17, 2020, regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. The live stream of the meeting may be viewed on television and/or online. Details can be found at temeculaca.gov/tv. In accordance with Executive Order N-29-20, the public may only view the meeting on television and/or online and not in the Council Chamber. Submission of Public Comments: For those wishing to make public comments on the agenda item at this Council meeting, please submit your comments by email to the City Clerk at randi.johl@temeculaca.gov. All email comments shall be subject to the same rules as would otherwise govern speaker comments at the Council meeting. Electronic comments on agenda items for this Council meeting may only be submitted via email and comments via text and social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) will not be accepted. Reading of Public Comments: The City Clerk shall read all email provided that the reading shall not exceed five (5) minutes, or such provide, consistent with the time limit for speakers at a Council meeting. shall become part of the record of the Council meeting. CALL TO ORDER at 9:30 AM: Mayor James Stewart FLAG SALUTE: Mayor James Stewart ROLL CALL: Edwards, Naggar, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart PUBLIC COMMENTS comments on the agenda item, other time as the Council may The email comments submitted The following individuals submitted an electronic comment on agendized item: • Kathy Pellissier • Jeannie Young • Kerry Guizzo • Christy Ramos • Tom Ludwig BUSINESS 1. Consider Draft Community Recovery and Reopening Plan and Provide General Direction Regarding the Same Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Consider the draft Community Recovery and Reopening Plan and related advocacy letter, and provide general direction regarding the same, and 2. Authorize staff to continuously update the plan as needed in response to County and State orders and guidance. Approved the Staff Recommendation (5-0): Motion by Naggar, Second by Edwards. The vote reflected unanimous approval. Motion to approve draft Community Recovery and Reopening Plan, with references to PPE to reflect County and State guidance, and authorize staff to send the revised advocacy language as read by the City Attorney with references to all businesses being essential, houses of worship being essential and Temecula, Murrieta and Temecula Wine Country being a subregion of the County. ADJOURNMENT At 12:03 PM, the City Council meeting was formally adjourned to Tuesday, May 12, at 5:30 PM for Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. James Stewart, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] Item No. 3 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Jennifer Hennessy, Director of Finance DATE: May 26, 2020 SUBJECT: Approve the List of Demands PREPARED BY: Jada Shafe, Accounting Technician II RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2020- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A BACKGROUND: All claims and demands are reported and summarized for review and approval by the City Council on a routine basis at each City Council meeting. The attached claims represent the paid claims and demands since the last City Council meeting. FISCAL IMPACT: All claims and demands were paid from appropriated funds or authorized resources of the City and have been recorded in accordance with the City's policies and procedures. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Resolution 2. List of Demands RESOLUTION NO.2020- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. That the following claims and demands as set forth in Exhibit A, on file in the office of the City Clerk, has been reviewed by the City Manager's Office and that the same are hereby allowed in the amount of $8,818,630.67 Section 2. The City Clerk shall certify the adoption of this resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 26th day of May, 2020. James Stewart, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 2020- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 26th day of May, 2020, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk CITY OF TEMECULA LIST OF DEMANDS 04/16/2020 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 04/23/2020 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 04/30/2020 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 05/07/2020 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 04/16/2020 TOTAL PAYROLL RUN: 04/30/2020 TOTAL PAYROLL RUN: TOTAL LIST OF DEMANDS FOR 5/26/2020 COUNCIL MEETING: DISBURSEMENTS BY FUND: CHECKS: $ 1,038,663.77 854,969.83 3,133,477.32 2,843,826.79 495,822.97 451,869.99 $ 8,818,630.67 CITY OF TEMECULA LIST OF DEMANDS 001 GENERAL FUND $ 6,039,777.78 125 PEG PUBLIC EDUCATION & GOVERNMENT 120.00 140 COMMUNITY DEV BLOCK GRANT 17,337.56 165 RDA DEV LOW/MOD 20% SET ASIDE 11,491.30 170 MEASURE A FUND 193,951.48 190 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT 319,061.98 192 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "B" STREET LIGHTS 492.84 194 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "D" REFUSE/RECYCLING 950.94 196 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "L" LAKE PARK MAINT. 13,381.13 197 TEMECULA LIBRARY FUND 20,293.59 210 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJ FUND 760,588.97 300 INSURANCE FUND 17,775.16 305 WORKER'S COMPENSATION 2,365.97 320 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 200,368.70 325 TECHNOLOGY REPLACEMENT FUND 36,578.77 330 CENTRAL SERVICES 6,684.80 340 FACILITIES 85,693.34 472 CFD 01-2 HARVESTON A&B DEBT SERVICE 1,774.74 473 CFD 03-1 CROWNE HILL DEBT SERVICE FUND 1,775.00 474 AD 03-4 JOHN WARNER ROAD DEBT SERVICE 1,235.14 475 CFD03-3 WOLF CREEK DEBT SERVICE FUND 1,797.87 476 CFD 03-6 HARVESTON 2 DEBT SERVICE FUND 1,775.00 477 CFD 03-02 RORIPAUGH DEBT SERVICE FUND 1,820.80 478 CFD 16-01 RORIPAUGH PHASE 11 1,775.00 501 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 1 SADDLEWOOD 2,461.53 502 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 2 WINCHESTER CREEK 1,963.94 503 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 3 RANCHO HIGHLAND 2,807.90 504 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 4 THE VINEYARDS 362.62 505 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 5 SIGNET SERIES 2,010.05 506 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 6 WOODCREST COUNTRY 1,185.20 507 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 7 RIDGEVIEW 790.07 508 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 8 VILLAGE GROVE 6,046.34 509 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 9 RANCHO SOLANA 176.53 510 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 10 MARTINIQUE 505.89 511 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 11 MEADOWVIEW 115.44 512 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 12 VINTAGE HILLS 3,862.33 513 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 13 PRESLEY DEVELOP. 1,889.62 514 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 14 MORRISON HOMES 779.09 515 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 15 BARCLAY ESTATES 561.39 516 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 16 TRADEWINDS 1,115.84 517 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 17 MONTE VISTA 119.48 518 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 18 TEMEKU HILLS 5,324.71 519 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 19 CHANTEMAR 3,034.15 520 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 20 CROWNE HILL 6,890.64 521 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 21 VAIL RANCH 18,795.90 522 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 22 SUTTON PLACE 221.51 523 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 23 PHEASENT RUN 385.87 524 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 24 HARVESTON 23,163.53 525 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 25 SERENA HILLS 2,182.26 526 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 26 GALLERYTRADITION 73.96 527 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 27 AVONDALE 777.96 528 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 28 WOLF CREEK 44,361.05 529 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 29 GALLERY PORTRAIT 105.05 $ 7,870,937.71 CITY OF TEMECULA LIST OF DEMANDS 001 GENERAL FUND $ 611,614.51 140 COMMUNITY DEV BLOCK GRANT 1,282.85 165 AFFORDABLE HOUSING 10,162.18 190 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT 215,640.10 192 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL B STREET LIGHTS 881.81 194 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL D REFUSE RECYCLING 2,137.17 196 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "L" LAKE PARK MAINT. 903.69 197 TEMECULA LIBRARY FUND 4,843.95 300 INSURANCE FUND 1,868.91 305 WORKERS' COMPENSATION 1,324.29 320 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 72,429.75 330 SUPPORT SERVICES 6,920.96 340 FACILITIES 14,157.73 472 CFD 01-2 HARVESTONA&B DEBT SERVICE 200.67 473 CFD 03-1 CROWNE HILL DEBT SERVICE FUND 200.58 474 AD03-4 JOHN WARNER ROAD DEBT SERVICE 200.58 475 CFD03-3 WOLF CREEK DEBT SERVICE FUND 252.09 476 CFD 03-6 HARVESTON 2 DEBT SERVICE FUND 200.58 477 CFD 03-02 RORIPAUGH DEBT SERVICE FUND 303.56 478 CFD 16-01 RORIPAUGH PHASE II 200.58 501 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 1 SADDLEWOOD 0.66 502 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 2 WINCHESTER CREEK 22.92 503 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 3 RANCHO HIGHLANDS 0.46 504 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 4 THE VINEYARDS 4.58 505 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 5 SIGNET SERIES 22.92 506 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 6 WOODCREST COUNTRY 11.51 507 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 7 RIDGEVIEW 22.92 508 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 8 VILLAGE GROVE 343.69 509 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 9 RANCHO SOLANA 1.40 510 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 10 MARTINIQUE 9.16 511 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 11 MEADOWVIEW 2.30 512 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 12 VINTAGE HILLS 229.59 513 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 13 PRESLEY DEVELOP. 22.92 514 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 14 MORRISON HOMES 6.86 515 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 15 BARCLAY ESTATES 6.00 516 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 16 TRADEWINDS 27.08 517 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 17 MONTE VISTA 0.46 518 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 18 TEMEKU HILLS 99.99 519 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 19 CHANTEMAR 53.66 520 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 20 CROWNE HILL 229.49 521 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 21 VAIL RANCH 318.48 522 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 22 SUTTON PLACE 3.22 523 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 23 PHEASENT RUN 6.42 524 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 24 HARVESTON 186.76 525 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 25 SERENA HILLS 44.48 526 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 26 GALLERYTRADITION 0.92 527 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 27 AVONDALE 6.42 528 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 28 WOLF CREEK 277.93 529 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 29 GALLERY PORTRAIT 3.22 TOTAL BY FUND: 947,692.96 $ 8,818,630.67 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 1 04/16/2020 11:28:09AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor Description 8589 4/16/2020 010349 CALIF DEPT OF CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT SUPPORT 8590 4/16/2020 021301 1 C M A RETIREMENT -PLAN ICMA- 401(A) RETIREMENT PLAN 106474 PAYMENT 8591 4/16/2020 000194 1 C M A RETIREMENT -PLAN ICMA-RC RETIREMENT TRUST 457 303355 PAYMENT 8592 4/16/2020 000444 INSTATAX (EDD) STATE TAXES PAYMENT 8593 4/16/2020 000283 INSTATAX (IRS) FEDERAL TAXES PAYMENT 8594 4/16/2020 001065 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT PAYMENT SOLUTION 8595 4/16/2020 019088 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT NATIONWIDE LOAN REPAYMENT SOLUTION PAYMENT 8596 4/16/2020 000389 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT OBRA- PROJECT RETIREMENT SOLUTION PAYMENT 8597 4/16/2020 000246 PERS (EMPLOYEES' PER RETIREMENT PAYMENT RETIREMENT) 8598 3/27/2020 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 015626 EVENTBRITE.COM IG REGIST: WORKERS COMP CLASS: MULLEN 015534 GOVERNMENT JOBS.COM INC, IG ADVERTISING: LNDSCP INSPECTOR DBA NEOGOV 015534 GOVERNMENT JOBS.COM INC, IG ADVERTISING: LNDSCP INSPECTOR DBA NEOGOV 021003 CVS PHARMACY IG ACRYLIC PANELS: HR 007517 PECHANGA RESORT & CASINO IG DEPOSIT-WORKSHOP:LDRSHP TRNG 3/4-5 015534 GOVERNMENT JOBS.COM INC, IG ADVERTISING: BUS DRIVER DBA NEOGOV 007517 PECHANGA RESORT & CASINO IG FINAL DEPOSIT-WRKSHP:LDRSHP TRNG 3/4- 007517 PECHANGA RESORT & CASINO IG WORKSHOP: LEADERSHIP TRNG 3/4-5 007651 FILIPPIS PIZZA GROTTO IG RFRSHMNTS: HR WORKING MTG 021734 UCB IRLE IG POCKET BK: FAMILY MEDICAL LEAVE ACT Amount Paid Check Total 899.07 899.07 1,134.62 1,134.62 13,806.25 13,806.25 26,908.72 26,908.72 89,785.36 89,785.36 11,844.54 11,844.54 28.51 28.51 1,507.80 1,507.80 111, 232.45 111, 232.45 44.06 240.22 119.00 193.89 600.00 199.00 2,500.00 1,868.60 91.13 43.45 5,899.35 Page-1 apChkLst 04/16/2020 11:28:09AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 2 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 200998 4/16/2020 020724 79 FIELD HOCKEY INC TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 112.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 56.00 168.00 200999 4/16/2020 003552 AFLAC PREMIUM HOLDING, AFLAC ACCIDENT INDEMNITY 4,009.72 4,009.72 C/O BNB BANK LOCKBOX PAYMENT 201000 4/16/2020 021522 AGILITY KIDS LLC TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 224.70 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 162.40 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 162.40 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 568.40 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 406.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 324.80 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 674.10 2,522.80 201001 4/16/2020 009010 ALEXANDER PACIFIC REFUND:SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 590.00 590.00 201002 4/16/2020 003951 ALL AMERICAN ASPHALT ASPHALT SUPPLIES: PW STREET 410.43 ASPHALT SUPPLIES: PW STREET 975.36 1,385.79 201003 4/16/2020 021746 ALLIANCE PROPANE INC REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 500.00 500.00 201004 4/16/2020 009787 ALTEC INDUSTRIES INC PARTS FOR THE PW BOOM TRUCK 97.86 97.86 201005 4/16/2020 007282 AMAZON COM INC, VOID - BOOKS: LIBRARY 0.00 SYNCB/AMAZON MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PREVENTION FIRE 0.00 OFC SUPPLIES: BLDG & SAFETY 0.00 SUPPLIES:SPECIAL EVENTS 0.00 BOOKS: LIBRARY 0.00 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PREVENTION FIRE 0.00 BOOKS: LIBRARY 0.00 BOOKS: LIBRARY 0.00 Office Supplies: HR 0.00 SUPPLIES:HUMAN SVCS PGMS 0.00 MISC SUPPLIES: ECON DEV 0.00 SUPPLIES:TVM EVENTS 0.00 BOOKS: LIBRARY 0.00 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PREVENTION FIRE 0.00 SMALL TOOLS/EQUIPMENT: HR 0.00 SUPPLIES:SKATE PARK 0.00 MISC OFC SUPPLIES:MALL STOREFRONT 0.00 0.00 201006 4/16/2020 004240 AMERICAN FORENSIC NURSES DUI DRUG & ALCOHOL SCREENING 227.00 AFN DUI DRUG & ALCOHOL SCREENING 1,118.00 DUI DRUG & ALCOHOL SCREENING 56.75 1,401.75 Paget apChkLst Final Check List Page: 3 04/16/2020 11:28:09AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 201007 4/16/2020 021383 AMERICAN RAMP COMPANY RET RELEASE: RRSP PUMP TRACK, INC PW18-04 201008 4/16/2020 000101 APPLE ONE INC MAR TEMP STAFF SVCS: CLERK & TCSD 201009 4/16/2020 013950 AQUA CHILL OF SAN DIEGO APR DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: MPSC APR DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: OTSF 8 APR DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: CIVIC C APR DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: JRC APR DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: INFO TI APR DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: PW 201010 4/16/2020 004623 AQUA SOURCE INC POOL SUPPLIES: VARIOUS FACILITIES 201011 4/16/2020 021776 ARNOLD, SUSAN REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 201012 4/16/2020 014356 ARSENAL FUTBOL CLUB, INC. REFUND: SOCCER FIELD RENTAL CANCELLED 201013 4/16/2020 017797 ARTHUR J. GALLAGHER & CO., 20-21 UAS PREMIUM INSURANCE BROKERS OF CA 201014 4/16/2020 020762 AT&T MARCH SVC PD TE200650130 201015 4/16/2020 018941 AZTEC LANDSCAPING INC MAR MAINT SVCS: PARKS/SCHOOLS PW 201016 4/16/2020 017149 B G P RECREATION INC TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 201017 4/16/2020 021767 BALLARD, MIKE REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 201018 4/16/2020 006254 BALLET FOLKLORICO, AKA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS LORENA HANCOCK TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 201019 4/16/2020 015592 BAMM PROMOTIONAL STAFF UNIFORMS - MRC: TCSD PRODUCTS INC 201020 4/16/2020 020574 BATTERY SYSTEMS INC BATTERIES: PW -TRAFFIC Amount Paid Check Total 17,829.74 17,829.74 3,123.58 3,123.58 34.75 56.57 183.71 28.28 28.28 28.28 359.87 1,688.89 1,688.89 250.00 250.00 1,120.00 1,120.00 1,075.00 1,075.00 375.00 375.00 9,550.50 9,550.50 693.00 415.80 1,386.00 5,759.60 362.25 362.25 724.50 9,703.40 530.00 520.00 1,050.00 39.20 78.40 117.60 913.09 913.09 1,904.95 1,904.95 Page:3 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 4 04/16/2020 11:28:09AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 201021 4/16/2020 019559 BMW MOTORCYCLES OF RIVERSIDE 201022 4/16/2020 011348 BONCOR WATER SYSTEMS LLC, DBA SUNSHINE WATER SOFT (Continued) Description VEHICLE MAINT & REPAIR: TEM SHERIFF VEHICLE MAINT & REPAIR: TEM SHERIFI APR WTR TANK FILTER REPL: STA 73 201023 4/16/2020 021502 BUCHER, BRET PHILLIP TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 201024 4/16/2020 003138 CAL MAT, DBA VULCAN ASPHALT SUPPLIES: PW STREET MATERIALS CO MAINT 201025 4/16/2020 004248 CALIF DEPT OF MAR FINGERPRINT SVCS: JUSTICE-ACCTING PD/ECODEV/HR 201026 4/16/2020 001267 CALIF DEPT OF MOTOR REGISTRATION: LIC PLATE: 56PM58: VEHICLES FIRE REGISTRATION: LIC PLATE: 56PM59: FIR 201027 4/16/2020 021761 CAMARATA, JOSEPH REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 201028 4/16/2020 021054 CANTRELL, TINA J TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 201029 4/16/2020 021740 CARPENTER, TARA REFUND: THEATER TICKETS WONDER ELVIS 201030 4/16/2020 018828 CASC ENGINEERING AND, FEB WQMP PLAN CK - PW13-09 TPL CONSULTING INC ENG SVCS:BTRFLD STG RD PH III, PW1E 201031 4/16/2020 004462 CDW LLC, DBA CDW REPLACEMENT LAPTOP: INFO TECH GOVERNMENT LLC 201032 4/16/2020 012871 CENTER FOR SPIRITUAL REFUND: HARVESTON PARK PICNIC LIVING TV CANCELLED 201033 4/16/2020 020025 CIVIL SOURCE INC FEB ENG SVCS: BUTTERFIELD STG, PW15-11 FEB PROF SVCS:LIBRARY PRKG PH III,P FEB ENG SVCS: BUTTERFIELD STG, PW 201034 4/16/2020 017429 COBRAADVANTAGE INC, DBA MAR FSA & COBRAADMIN: HR THE ADVANTAGE GROUP 201035 4/16/2020 019814 CODE 5 GROUP LLC TRACKER UPGRADE: POLICE 201036 4/16/2020 021743 COLEY, CARL REFUND: TEMECULA PRESENTS SHOW CANCELLED Amount Paid Check Total 209.44 179.00 279.96 560.00 420.00 174.71 1,411.00 52.00 52.00 530.00 175.00 140.00 1,937.68 2,948.08 1,679.33 40.00 12, 615.00 5,220.00 16,065.00 593.70 237.00 50.00 388.44 279.96 980.00 174.71 1,411.00 104.00 530.00 175.00 140.00 4,885.76 1,679.33 40.00 33,900.00 593.70 237.00 50.00 Page:4 apChkLst 04/16/2020 11:28:09AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 5 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 201037 4/16/2020 004405 COMMUNITY HEALTH EMPLOYEE CHARITY DONATIONS 4.00 4.00 CHARITIES PAYMENT 201038 4/16/2020 021460 COMOTION MEDIA INC RAIN SUITS: STREET MAINT: PW 5,868.39 5,868.39 201039 4/16/2020 004412 COMPLETE TENNIS CAMP, TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 91.00 CTC TENNIS AKA KERRY LE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 193.20 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 1,319.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 144.90 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 115.50 1,864.10 201040 4/16/2020 021230 CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: LIBRARY 666.09 DISTR, DBA CALIF ELECTRIC SUPPLY STREET LIGHTING SUPPLIES: PW 19,792.50 20,458.59 201041 4/16/2020 012035 COOL AIR SOLUTIONS REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 570.00 570.00 201042 4/16/2020 013379 COSSOU, CELINE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 52.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 373.80 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 48.30 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 554.40 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 28.00 1,057.00 201043 4/16/2020 017542 COX, KRISTI LYN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 56.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 89.60 145.60 201044 4/16/2020 017038 CPS HR CONSULTING EMPLOYEE TRAINING: HR 1,045.00 1,045.00 201045 4/16/2020 010650 CRAFTSMEN PLUMBING & MISC PLUMBING REPAIRS: 520.00 HVAC INC HARVESTON PARK PLUMBING SVCS: 6TH STREET RESTRO 946.84 1,466.84 201046 4/16/2020 019858 CUB SCOUT PACK 301 REFUND: CRC RENTAL CANCELLED 275.00 5/11 /20 REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT CRC 3/9/20 200.00 475.00 201047 4/16/2020 021752 DANIEL L SMITH DMD INC REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 500.00 500.00 201048 4/16/2020 012600 DAVID EVANS AND FEB DSGN SVCS: TPL PARKING PH II 950.00 ASSOCIATES INC PW13-09 FEB DSGN SVCS: DLR SIDEWALKS. PW1 7,376.00 8,326.00 201049 4/16/2020 015878 DEAN, JAMIE REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 77.00 77.00 201050 4/16/2020 021771 DEAN, RAWLIN REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 10.00 10.00 Page:5 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 6 04/16/2020 11:28:09AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 201051 4/16/2020 020648 DG INVESTMENT HOLDINGS 2 INC, CONVERGINT TECHNOLOGIES 201052 4/16/2020 003945 DIAMOND ENVIRONMENTAL SRVCS 201053 4/16/2020 004192 DOWNS ENERGY FUEL 201054 4/16/2020 004068 ECALDRE MANALILI-DE VILLA, AILEEN (Continued) Description SURVEILLANCE SYS GENETEC LIC: INFO TECH PORTABLE RESTROOM: LONG CANYON PARK PORTABLE RESTROOM: RIVERTON PAR PORTABLE RESTROOM: LA SERENA WA TEMPORARY FENCING: JRC PORTABLE RESTROOM: VAIL RANCH PA PORTABLE TOILET SVC: PUJOL ST FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: STREET MAINT FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: CIP PW FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: BLDG INSPE FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: LAND DEV: F FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PARK MAINT FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: FIRE DEPT FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TCSD FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TRAFFIC: PV1 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 201055 4/16/2020 020671 ECLIPSE PRINTING & SCALE PRINTING & INSTALLATION - GRAPHICS, LLC DBA JAMES KMA LITHO 201056 4/16/2020 020904 ECONOMIC ALTERNATIVES INC APR CONDENSER H2O SYST MAINT: CIVIC CTR 201057 4/16/2020 021756 EDWARDS, JOEL REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 201058 4/16/2020 016839 EHS INTERNATIONAL INC WC SAFETY CONSULTANT: RISK MGMT WC SAFETY CONSULTANT: RISK MGMT 201059 4/16/2020 011202 EMH SPORTS USA INC TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 201060 4/16/2020 021157 ENDURING FITNESS 41-1 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS Amount Paid Check Total 5,360.60 110.88 110.88 110.88 95.00 165.88 52.43 724.58 59.23 101.25 72.58 370.57 36.64 118.35 317.46 70.00 70.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 5,116.16 525.00 30.00 26.00 544.00 262.50 87.50 70.00 196.00 105.00 112.00 56.00 280.00 5,360.60 645.95 1,800.66 245.00 5,116.16 525.00 600.00 350.00 539.00 280.00 Page.-6 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 7 04/16/2020 11:28:09AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 201061 4/16/2020 002577 ENGINEERING RESOURCES FEB ENG SVCS: BIKE TRAIL PGM: PW19-11 201062 4/16/2020 002939 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ASSET MGMNT SFTWR: GIS RESEARCH, INSTITUTE INC 201063 4/16/2020 021753 EVERETT EVERETT PAINTING REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION INC 201064 4/16/2020 001056 EXCEL LANDSCAPE INC IRRIGATION REPAIRS: VARIOUS LOCATIONS IRRIGATION REPAIRS: VARIOUS LOCATI, LDSCPIMPROVEMENTS: HARVESTONS IRRIG REPAIRS: SAM HICKS PARK 201065 4/16/2020 015330 FAIR HOUSING COUNCIL, OF FEB CDBG SUB -RECIPIENT: FAIR RIVERSIDE COUNTY INC HOUSING SVC 201066 4/16/2020 021744 FAZEK, DAVID A HOMELESS PREVENTION SRVCS 201067 4/16/2020 009953 FEDERAL CLEANING APR JANITORIAL SRVCS: POLICE CONTRACTORS, DBA FEDERAL MALL OFC BLDG SERVICES 201068 4/16/2020 000165 FEDERAL EXPRESS INC 3/20-3/23 EXP MAIL SVCS: LAND DEV & 3/24-3/26 EXP MAIL SVCS: PD & CLERK 201069 4/16/2020 010804 FEHRAND PEERS CEQATrafficAnalysisUpdate -VMT 201070 4/16/2020 021774 FELKER, SAUNDRA REFUND: MOTHER'S DAY TEA PARTY CANCELLED 201071 4/16/2020 001511 FIELDMAN ROLAPP AND FINANCIAL ADVISORY SVCS: FINANCE ASSOCIATES 201072 4/16/2020 021759 FLOHR, JOHN REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 201073 4/16/2020 021757 FLORES, JOHN REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 201074 4/16/2020 014865 FREIZE UHLER KIMBERLY DBA, EMBROIDERY SVCS: EMERGENCY CLEAR BLUE PROMOTIONS MGMT POLO EMBROIDERED SVCS: SUPERVISOR AC, 201075 4/16/2020 021732 GABIOLA, ANDREALYNNE REFUND: BEAR CUB UNIVERSITY CANCELLED 201076 4/16/2020 021747 GANDARA, BARBARA REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION Amount Paid Check Total 10,558.00 10,558.00 58,000.00 58,000.00 500.00 500.00 845.58 183.33 15,360.00 87.82 16,476.73 1,560.50 1,560.50 1,800.00 1,800.00 1.167.06 1.167.06 56.84 56.61 113.45 5,617.40 5,617.40 10.00 10.00 4,614.25 4,614.25 38.50 38.50 520.00 520.00 159.81 47.84 207.65 374.00 374.00 38.50 38.50 Page:? apChkLst 04/16/2020 11:28:09AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 8 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 201077 4/16/2020 021742 GAYOU, JENNIFER REFUND: MAGIC AT THE MERC 3/22/20 66.00 REFUND: TEMECULA PRESENTS SHOW 81.00 147.00 201078 4/16/2020 012066 GEOCON WEST INC GEOTECH PEER REVIEW MNTN VIEW 4,500.00 4,500.00 PARK 201079 4/16/2020 021308 GILLIS + PANICHAPAN ARCHITECTURAL SVCS: FIRE STA 84 2,185.00 2,185.00 ARCHITECTS, INC PW19-14 201080 4/16/2020 000177 GLENNIES OFFICE PRODUCTS OFC SUPPLIES: CODE ENFORCEMENT 25.15 INC OFC SUPPLIES: PLANNING 16.27 OFC SUPPLIES: PW STREET MAINT. 141.33 OFC SUPPLIES: BLDG & SAFETY 81.23 OFC SUPPLIES: CODE ENFORCEMENT 61.44 OFC SUPPLIES: PLANNING 68.19 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: COVID19 198.89 592.50 201081 4/16/2020 021751 GOMEZ, CLAUDIA REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 86.00 REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 310.00 396.00 201082 4/16/2020 016552 GONZALES, MARK ALLEN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 960.00 960.00 201083 4/16/2020 019177 GOSCH FORD TEMECULA REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 620.00 620.00 201084 4/16/2020 021748 GRAHAM, BRETT REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 540.00 540.00 201085 4/16/2020 003792 GRAINGER PW PARKS: MISC SAFETY SUPPLIES 168.74 MISC SAFETY SUPPLIES: PARKS: PW 196.04 364.78 201086 4/16/2020 021194 GREAT OAK HIGH SCHOOL REFUND: CRC RENTAL 5/27 200.00 200.00 ASB CANCELLED 201087 4/16/2020 021763 GROUND, LEE REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 500.00 500.00 201088 4/16/2020 000186 HANKS HARDWARE INC MAINT SUPPLIES: AQUATICS 83.75 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VARI PARKS 69.52 MAINT SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 21.74 MAINT SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 66.30 MISC SUPPLIES FOR PW STREET MAINT 26.95 MAINT SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 211.92 MAINT SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 20.98 MAINT SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR -20.98 MAINT SUPPLIES: VARIOUS PARKS 32.59 512.77 201089 4/16/2020 021750 HANNEMAN, CHRIS REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 550.00 550.00 Page:8 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 9 04/16/2020 11:28:09AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 201090 4/16/2020 002109 HD SUPPLY CONSTR. SUPPLY MISC SUPPLIES: PW STREET MAINT LTD, DBA HDS WHITE CAP CONST MISC SUPPLIES: PW STREET MAINT MISC SUPPLIES: PW STREET MAINT MISC SUPPLIES: PW STREET MAINT 201091 4/16/2020 021781 HEREDIA, WILLIAM REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 201092 4/16/2020 021766 HOLMQUIST, MELISSA REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 201093 4/16/2020 017334 HOUSE OF AUTOMATION INC BAY DOOR SVC - FIRE STA 95 INSPECT & SVC ROLL -UP DOORS: FOC 201094 4/16/2020 014378 IMAGE DISTRIBUTION PRINTING: PARKING CITES: TEM SERVICES, DBA FONTIS SHERIFF SOLUTIONS 201095 4/16/2020 006914 INNOVATIVE DOCUMENT MAR COPIER MAINT/USAGE/REPAIR: SOLUTIONS CITYWIDE MAR COPIER MAINT/USAGE/REPAIR: Cll 201096 4/16/2020 012285 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY MISC SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR MISC SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR MISC SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 201097 4/16/2020 001091 KEYSER MARSTON MAR FISCAL IMPACT ASSOCIATES INC ANALYSIS: HEIRLOOM 201098 4/16/2020 021784 KILLARNEY'S PUB & GRILL REFUND:PA20-0197 PERMIT CANCELLED 201099 4/16/2020 012865 LAGMAN, ANGELINE REFUND: MOTHER'S DAY TEA PARTY CANCELLED 201100 4/16/2020 000482 LEIGHTON CONSULTING INC GEOTECH PEER REVIEW RIDGE PARK OFC: PLA 201101 4/16/2020 015953 LLOYDS DESIGNS DESIGN SVCS:TCSD 201102 4/16/2020 011145 LODATO JILL CHRISTINE, DBA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS BRIGHT START FOR KIDS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 201103 4/16/2020 021725 LOGIX TRANSPORTATON INC EXHIBIT SHIPPING:TVM Amount Paid Check Total 26.09 135.69 819.35 761.24 1,742.37 620.00 620.00 540.00 540.00 496.41 672.00 1,168.41 1,091.00 1,091.00 168.64 2,440.26 2,608.90 1,000.64 369.74 169.37 1,539.75 849.96 849.96 300.00 300.00 10.00 10.00 875.00 875.00 1,500.00 1,500.00 486.50 73.50 52.50 84.00 583.80 1,280.30 2,450.00 2,450.00 Page9 apChkLst 04/16/2020 11:28:09AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 10 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 201104 4/16/2020 021765 LOTORTO, MAX REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 590.00 590.00 201105 4/16/2020 003782 MAIN STREET SIGNS, DBA VARI PARK SIGNS & SUPPLIES 1,077.50 ATHACO INC CITY STREET SIGNAGE: PW STREET MP 1,818.66 CITY SIGNAGE: CLOSED COVID: PARKS 754.25 3,650.41 201106 4/16/2020 004141 MAINTEX INC CLEANING SUPPLIES: THEATER 132.95 CLEANING SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 63.58 CLEANING SUPPLIES: LIBRARY 193.68 CLEANING SUPPLIES: THEATER 34.13 424.34 201107 4/16/2020 011920 MASTER CONCEPTS LLC, DBA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 441.00 MASTER SPORTS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 294.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 1,102.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 367.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 661.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 1,102.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 661.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 1,102.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 588.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 367.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 441.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 1,260.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 882.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 735.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 808.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 294.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 735.00 11,844.00 201108 4/16/2020 017427 MATCHETT, VIVIAN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 36.40 36.40 201109 4/16/2020 021637 MATTRESS FIRM INC MATTRESS REPL- STA 84 5,703.74 5,703.74 201110 4/16/2020 021749 MAZZOLA, CARLENE REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 540.00 540.00 201111 4/16/2020 021770 MCGAHEY, PHILIP REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 550.00 550.00 201112 4/16/2020 018675 MDG ASSOCIATES INC MAR CDBG ADMIN SVCS 6,190.00 MAR LABOR COMPLIANCE MONITORING 713.75 6,903.75 201113 4/16/2020 018314 MICHAEL BAKER 1/1-3/1 DSGN SVC:PARK&RIDE, 20,257.44 20,257.44 INTERNATIONAL PW18-11 Page:10 apChkLst 04/16/2020 11:28:09AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 11 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 201114 4/16/2020 020907 MICHELLE MEDINA, DBA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 409.50 MICHELLE Q MEDINA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 672.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 588.00 1,669.50 201115 4/16/2020 004951 MIKE'S PRECISION WELDING ON -CALL WELDING & REPAIRS: PARKS 492.00 492.00 INC 201116 4/16/2020 021343 MILLER ARCHITECTURAL 11/1-2/29 ARCHITECT SVCS: PW19-06 3,310.00 3,310.00 CORP 201117 4/16/2020 012264 MIRANDA, JULIO C TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 378.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 126.00 504.00 201118 4/16/2020 004043 MISSION ELECTRIC SUPPLY SAFETY KITS: VARIOUS PARKS 754.39 754.39 INC 201119 4/16/2020 001868 MIYAMOTO-JURKOSKY, SUSAN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 115.50 ANN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 77.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 77.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 77.00 346.50 201120 4/16/2020 016445 MKB PRINTING & MISC PRINTING SUPPLIES: FINANCE 606.67 606.67 PROMOTIONAL INC, DBA MINUTEMAN PRESS 201121 4/16/2020 021737 MOHR MUSIC SCHOOL REFUND: LIBRARY ROOM RENTAL 175.00 175.00 CANCELLED 201122 4/16/2020 004040 MORAMARCO ANTHONY J, TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 31.50 DBA BIGFOOT GRAPHICS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 105.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 1,683.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 280.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 45.50 2,145.50 201123 4/16/2020 001214 MORNINGSTAR PRODUCTIONS GOBO FOR SPECIAL GAMES 4/18/20 95.21 95.21 LLC 201124 4/16/2020 021764 MURPHY, LEON REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 550.00 550.00 201125 4/16/2020 021738 MURRIETA KOREAN, REFUND: CRC RENTAL 5/3 200.00 200.00 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CANCELLED Page:11 apChkLst 04/16/2020 11:28:09AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 12 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 201126 4/16/2020 014391 NICHOLS, KELLIE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 368.55 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 143.33 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 368.55 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 368.55 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 389.03 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 348.08 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 102.38 2,088.47 201127 4/16/2020 021745 NIETO-ANDREWS, ALEXIS REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 540.00 540.00 201128 4/16/2020 021741 NILSON, KATHLEEN REFUND: TEMECULA PRESENTS 80.00 80.00 SHOWS 201129 4/16/2020 000209 NUTRIEN AG SOLUTIONS INC, EQUIPMENT REPAIR & MAINT - STA73 141.70 DBA CROP PRODUCTION FIRE SRVCS EQUIPMENT REPAIR & MAINT - STA73 FI 158.28 299.98 201130 4/16/2020 009337 NV5 INC FEB PROJ MGT SVCS:MRC, PW17-21 39,576.95 39,576.95 201131 4/16/2020 019839 O'CONNOR, DENISE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 140.00 140.00 201132 4/16/2020 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE VEHICLE MAIN - TCC 1,889.71 1,889.71 201133 4/16/2020 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE VEHICLE REPAIRS: PARKS & 20.00 20.00 FACILITIES PW 201134 4/16/2020 021735 ORANGE COUNTY YOUTH REFUND: SOCCER FIELD RENTAL 2,146.00 2,146.00 SPORTS, FRIDAY NIGHT CANCELLED LIGHTS FLAG 201135 4/16/2020 002800 PACIFIC STRIPING INC REPAINTING OF TRAFFIC 193,951.48 STRIPING:CITYWIDE TRAFFIC STRIPING: BUFFERED BIKE LA 9,080.48 203,031.96 201136 4/16/2020 021202 PEREZ, JOEL C TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 70.00 70.00 201137 4/16/2020 012818 PLANETBIDS INC ONLINE BID SYSTEM RENEWAL:INFO 28,571.00 28,571.00 TECH 201138 4/16/2020 010338 POOL & ELECTRICAL VARIOUS SUPPLIES: AQUATIC 196.22 196.22 PRODUCTS INC FACILITIES 201139 4/16/2020 021758 POSVAR, JORDAN REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 560.00 560.00 Page:12 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 13 04/16/2020 11:28:09AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 201140 4/16/2020 011549 POWER SPORTS UNLIMITED, VEHICLE MAINT & REPAIR: TEM DBA BMW MOTORCYCLES OF SHERIFF NO VEHICLE MAINT & REPAIR: TEM SHERIFI 201141 4/16/2020 021775 PRATT, STEPHEN REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 201142 4/16/2020 005075 PRUDENTIAL OVERALL MAR FLR MAT/TWL/UNIFORM SUPPLY SVC:CITY FACS MAR FLR MATS/TWL RNTL:PARKS/CIVIC FEB FLR MAT/TWL/UNIFORM SVC:CITY F 201143 4/16/2020 020429 REMOTE SATELLITE SYSTEMS MAR'20 SAT PH AIRTIME/MAY INT'L FEE:EOC 201144 4/16/2020 017391 RISE INTERPRETING INC 3/11 INTERPRETING SRVCS:CITY CLASSES 201145 4/16/2020 000418 RIVERSIDE CO CLERK & CEQA NOE-MND(SCH#2020020293 RECORDER 201146 4/16/2020 004822 RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY FEB ROUTE 55 TROLLEY SERVICES 201147 4/16/2020 014347 ROBERTS, PATRICIA G. TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 201148 4/16/2020 021772 ROSE AND DAGGER TATTOO REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION LLC 201149 4/16/2020 012251 ROTH, DONALD J 201150 4/16/2020 021773 RYSTIN VENTURES LLC 201151 4/16/2020 004274 SAFE AND SECURE LOCKSMITH SRVC 201152 4/16/2020 021055 SAMS, ANDREA LAUREN 201153 4/16/2020 021762 SASSCER, KAREN 201154 4/16/2020 011511 SCUBA CENTER TEMECULA Amount Paid Check Total 250.18 308.01 558.19 540.00 540.00 1,017.65 785.00 821.61 2,624.26 280.00 280.00 156.04 156.04 2,456.75 2,456.75 1,381.18 1,381.18 77.00 77.00 154.00 77.00 231.00 616.00 540.00 540.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 189.00 189.00 REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 500.00 500.00 LOCKSMITH SRVCS:CIVIC CENTER 15.23 15.23 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 140.00 140.00 REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 520.00 REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 10.00 530.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 168.00 168.00 Page:13 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 14 04/16/2020 11:28:09AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 201155 4/16/2020 021760 SERRANO, JOSE REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 201156 4/16/2020 009746 SIGNS BY TOMORROW SIGN POSTING SRVCS PA19-1307:PLNG 201157 4/16/2020 013482 SILVERMAN ENTERPRISES 3/23-4112 FACILITY SECURITY:PUMP INC, DBA BAS SECURITY TRACK 201158 4/16/2020 015235 SMOKE GUARD CALIFORNIA, SMOKE GUARD INSPECTIONS:CIVIC INC. CENTER 201159 4/16/2020 020545 SOCIAL WORK ACTION GROUP MAR HOMELESS OUTREACH SERVICES 201160 4/16/2020 014783 SOFTRESOURCES, LLC MAR CONSULT: FINANCIAL SYS UPGRADE MUNIS 201161 4/16/2020 000519 SOUTH COUNTY PEST MAR PEST CONTROL SRVCS:TES CONTROL INC POOL EMERG PEST CNTRL SRVCS:MAIN STRE MAR PEST CONTROL SRVCS:MARG SPL EMERG PEST CNTRL SRVCS:HARVESTC EMERG PEST CNTRL SRVCS:JRC EMERG PEST CNTRL SRVCS:TEMEKU H PEST CONTROL SRVCS:STA 92 PEST CONTROL SRVCS:STA 95 201162 4/16/2020 005786 SPRINT CELL TOWER DUMP 2/23/20 201163 4/16/2020 019250 ST FRANCIS ELECTRIC LLC MAR TRAF SGNL MAINT SVC:YNEZ/TOWN CNTR MAR TRAF SGNL MAINT SVC:MARG/PAU 201164 4/16/2020 000293 STADIUM PIZZA INC REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 201165 4/16/2020 017201 STATEFOODSAFETY.COM FOOD HANDLERS CERTIFICATIONS:CRC STAFF 201166 4/16/2020 017814 STC TRAFFIC INC FEB TRAF SGNL SYS UPGRADE: HSI P, PW1 9-09 201167 4/16/2020 006145 STENO SOLUTIONS MAR TRANSCRIPTION SRVCS: TEM TRANSCRIPTION, SRVCS INC SHERIFF 201168 4/16/2020 012789 STUART, JENNIFER SARAH TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS Amount Paid Check Total 160.00 400.00 560.00 213.75 213.75 3,129.00 3,129.00 1,500.00 1,500.00 11,332.60 11,332.60 4,070.00 4,070.00 59.00 320.00 49.00 94.00 94.00 94.00 42.00 80.00 832.00 200.00 200.00 7,058.43 7,124.00 14,182.43 250.00 250.00 250.00 750.00 378.00 378.00 11,042.50 11,042.50 91.80 91.80 7,490.00 7,490.00 Page:14 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 15 04/16/2020 11:28:09AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 201169 4/16/2020 009061 STURDIVANT, ANGELA P TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 201170 4/16/2020 021777 T & R ROOFING INC REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 201171 4/16/2020 021361 TELECOM LAW FIRM PC F/N/A, MAR LEGAL SRVCS: PLANNING KRAMER TELECOM LAW FIRM 201172 4/16/2020 003677 TEMECULA MOTORSPORTS VEHICLE MAINT & REPAIR: TEM LLC SHERIFF 201173 4/16/2020 009948 TEMECULA PERFORMING REFUND:SEC.DEPOSIT THEATER ARTS CO 201174 4/16/2020 021778 TEMECULA VALLEY HOSPITAL REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION INC 201175 4/16/2020 000306 TEMECULA VALLEY PIPE & PLUMBING SUPPLIES:CRC SUPPLY IRRIGATION/PLUMBING SUPPLIES:VAR F 201176 4/16/2020 021236 TEMECULA YOUTH SPORTS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS LEAGUES 201177 4/16/2020 021779 TEN9 INC REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 201178 4/16/2020 021780 THORNTON WINERY REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 201179 4/16/2020 021755 THRAPP, JESSICA REFUND: LIFEGUARD TRAINING CANCELLED 201180 4/16/2020 016311 TIERCE, NICHOLAS GRAPHIC DSGN SVCS: THEATER 201181 4/16/2020 016126 TONY TOBIN ELEMENTARY REFUND: TVM FIELD TRIP CANCELLED 201182 4/16/2020 021768 TOSCH, NANCY REFUND: MOTHER'S DAY TEA PARTY CANCELLED 201183 4/16/2020 021580 TOWNSEND PUBLIC AFFAIRS APR CONSULT SRVCS:CITY INC CLERK/CITY MGR OF 201184 4/16/2020 021736 TRILLO, JOHANNA REFUND: MISS MICHELLE'S TINY TOT'S 201185 4/16/2020 021739 TRIPLE R SPORTS GROUP REFUND: SOCCER FIELD RENTAL CANCELLED REFUND: SOCCER FIELD RENTAL CANC Amount Paid Check Total 78.40 70.00 148.40 520.00 520.00 1,131.50 1,131.50 2,620.51 2,620.51 500.00 500.00 1,130.00 1,130.00 87.39 486.90 574.29 2,200.00 2,200.00 290.00 290.00 500.00 500.00 175.00 175.00 4,320.00 4,320.00 324.00 324.00 10.00 10.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 120.00 120.00 3,962.00 144.00 4,106.00 Page:15 apChkLst 04/16/2020 11:28:09AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 16 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 201186 4/16/2020 020963 UPTOWN TEMECULAAUTO JAN VEH. DETAILING SRVCS:BLDG & 16.00 SPA LLC SAFETY JAN VEH. DETAILING SRVCS:PW PARKS 4.00 JAN VEH. DETAILING SRVCS:PW PARKS 4.00 JAN VEH. DETAILING SRVCS:PW STREE 4.00 DEC VEH. DETAILING SRVCS:13LDG & SP 8.00 JAN VEH. DETAILING SRVCS:CODE ENP 4.00 JAN VEH. DETAILING SRVCS:FIRE PREV 16.00 56.00 201187 4/16/2020 014848 VALUTEC CARD SOLUTIONS MAR TICKETING SRVCS:THEATER 135.66 135.66 LLC 201188 4/16/2020 021782 VANTAGEAUCTIONS REFUND: SOFTBALL REGISTRATION 250.00 250.00 201189 4/16/2020 018174 VCA PET MEDICAL CENTER, VET CARE: TEMECULA POLICE K9 533.81 533.81 DBA VCAANIMAL HOSPITALS 201190 4/16/2020 009101 VISION ONE INC, DBA MAR SHOWARE TICKETING 580.40 580.40 ACCESSO SHOWARE SRVCS:THEATER 201191 4/16/2020 018147 WADDLETON, JEFFREY L. TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 140.00 140.00 201192 4/16/2020 006248 WALKER, JESSICA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 14.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 140.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 269.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 14.00 437.50 201193 4/16/2020 020275 WALLACE & ASSOC MAR CONSTR INSPECTION SRVCS:PW 10,664.00 10,664.00 CONSULTING INC DEPTS 201194 4/16/2020 021769 WALLBANK, PATRICIA REFUND: MOTHER'S DAY TEA PARTY 10.00 10.00 CANCELLED 201195 4/16/2020 003730 WEST COAST ARBORISTS INC 3/1-15 TREE MAINT: CITYWIDE R-O-W 14,672.90 14,672.90 201196 4/16/2020 012343 WEST COAST PERFORMING, REFUND:SECURITY DEPOSIT/19-20 500.00 500.00 ARTS PRESENTERS SEASON 201197 4/16/2020 021148 WEX BANK 3/7-4/6 FUEL USE: TEM PD 1,029.92 1,029.92 201198 4/16/2020 005118 WILLCOX, GWEN REIMB: CPRS CONF: 3/10-3/12 947.87 947.87 201199 4/16/2020 000341 WILLDAN ASSOCIATES INC FEB TRAF ENG SRVCS:REDHAWK/VAIL 6,491.50 6,491.50 RNCH Page:16 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 17 04/16/2020 11:28:09AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 201200 4/16/2020 018871 WONDER SCIENCE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 201201 4/16/2020 021024 YANES BLANCAA, DBA DE SEP CONSULT SVC: PLANNING GANGE CONSULTING OCT CONSULT SVC: PLANNING 201202 4/16/2020 003776 ZOLL MEDICAL CORPORATION, PARAMEDIC EQUIP SUPPLIES: MEDIC GPO Amount Paid Check Total 472.50 283.50 756.00 5,955.00 1,750.00 7,705.00 1,408.49 1,408.49 Grand total for UNION BANK: 1,033,937.40 Page:17 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 18 04/16/2020 11:28:09AM CITY OF TEMECULA 215 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 1,033,937.40 Page:18 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 1 04/16/2020 4:26:32PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 201203 4/16/2020 007282 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES INC 201204 4/16/2020 004040 MORAMARCO ANTHONY J, DBA BIGFOOT GRAPHICS Description Amount Paid Check Total BOOKS: LIBRARY 365.04 SUPPLIES:HUMAN SVCS PGMS 325.78 SUPPLIES:TVM EVENTS 315.98 SMALL TOOLS/EQUIPMENT: HR 291.00 SUPPLIES:SPECIAL EVENTS 238.38 MISC OFC SUPPLIES:MALL STOREFRON 154.05 BOOKS: LIBRARY 150.98 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PREVENTION FIRE 132.34 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PREVENTION FIRE 120.55 BOOKS: LIBRARY 102.73 BOOKS: LIBRARY 84.80 MISC SUPPLIES: ECON DEV 62.34 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PREVENTION FIRE 48.88 SUPPLIES:SKATE PARK 35.92 OFC SUPPLIES: BLDG & SAFETY 30.42 Office Supplies: HR 28.25 BOOKS: LIBRARY -11.07 2,476.37 GRAPHIC DESIGN:TCSD ADMIN 2,250.00 2,250.00 Grand total for UNION BANK: 4,726.37 Page:1 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 2 04/16/2020 4:26:32PM CITY OF TEMECULA 2 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 4,726.37 Paget apChkLst Final Check List Page: 1 04/23/2020 12:04:33PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor Description 8403 4/1/2020 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER FEB WATER MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS DIST 8409 4/1/2020 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER FEB WATER 39569 SERAPHINA RD DIST 8434 4/1/2020 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC MAR INTERNET SVCS- SENIOR CENTER 8435 4/1/2020 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC MAR INTERNET SVCS- CITY HALL 8436 4/1/2020 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC MAR INTERNET SVCS- CITY HALL 8472 4/6/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE MAR INTERNET SVCS- 32364 OVERLAND TRL 8473 4/7/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE APR INTERNET SVCS- 29119 MARGARITA RD 8474 4/6/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE MAR INTERNET SVCS- 40820 WINCHESTER RD 8475 4/6/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE MAR INTERNET SVCS- 28300 MERCEDES ST 8476 4/9/2020 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC APR INTERNET SVCS- THEATRE 8477 4/2/2020 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC MAR INTERENT SVCS- LIBRARY 8478 4/2/2020 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC MAR INTERNET SVCS- FIRE STATION 73 8490 4/7/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAR 133-040-7373-0 43210 BUS PK DR 8491 4/7/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAR 060-293-3315-7 28922 PUJOL ST 8492 4/7/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAR 101-525-0950-0 28816 PUJOL ST 8493 4/7/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAR 181-383-8881-6 28314 MERCEDES ST Amount Paid Check Total 32.82 32.82 286.84 286.84 150.98 150.98 2,728.61 2,728.61 5,367.10 5,367.10 58.99 58.99 348.49 348.49 586.83 586.83 586.83 586.83 150.98 150.98 190.98 190.98 121.84 121.84 17.60 17.60 62.80 62.80 79.33 79.33 79.33 79.33 Page:1 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 2 04/23/2020 12:04:33PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 8494 4/10/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAR 098-255-9828-8 29119 MARGARITA RD 8495 4/7/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAR 028-025-1468-3 41375 MCCABE CT 8496 4/7/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAR 196-025-0344-3 42081 MAIN ST 8497 4/10/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAR 117-188-6393-6 32131 S LOOP RD 8498 4/7/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAR 129-582-9784-3 43230 BUS PARK DR 8500 4/7/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAR 095-167-7907-2 30650 PAUBA RD 8501 4/7/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAR 026-671-2909-8 42051 MAIN ST 8503 4/7/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAR 021-725-0775-4 41845 6TH ST 8504 4/9/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAR 101-525-1560-6 27415 ENTERPRISE CIR 8505 4/7/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAR 125-244-2108-3 30600 PAUBA RD 8506 4/7/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAR 129-535-4236-7 41000 MAIN ST 8507 4/7/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAR 091-024-9300-5 30875 RANCHO VISTA RD 8508 4/2/2020 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER FEB WATER MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS DIST 8509 4/2/2020 001986 MUZAK LLC APR DISH NETWORK 41952 6TH ST 8510 4/2/2020 001986 MUZAK LLC APR DISH NETWORK 32131 BUTTERFIELD STG 8511 4/2/2020 001986 MUZAK LLC APR DISH NETWORK 43230 BUS PARK DR 8539 4/3/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-21-981-4720 30153 TEM PKWY Amount Paid Check Total 88.80 88.80 90.36 90.36 118.10 118.10 156.82 156.82 167.51 167.51 210.86 210.86 253.49 253.49 283.24 283.24 342.92 342.92 531.97 531.97 1,857.08 1,857.08 2,913.33 2,913.33 90.60 90.60 56.10 56.10 155.08 155.08 166.27 166.27 16.84 16.84 Paget apChkLst 04/23/2020 12:04:33PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 3 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 8540 4/3/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-41-072-5246 29429 TEM PKWY 34.13 34.13 8541 4/3/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-28-904-7706 32329 OVERLAND 131.60 131.60 TRL 8542 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-35-421-1260 41955 4TH ST 10.62 10.62 8543 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-31-419-2873 43000 HWY 395 10.70 10.70 8544 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-29-657-2787 41638 10.80 10.80 WINCHESTER RD 8545 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-39-732-3171 41997 MARGARITA 10.80 10.80 RD 8546 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-34-333-3589 41702 MAIN ST 10.96 10.96 8547 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-29-807-1093 28079 DIAZ RD 11.06 11.06 8548 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-29-807-1226 28077 DIAZ RD 11.06 11.06 8549 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-31-282-0665 27407 DIAZ RD 11.61 11.61 8550 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-31-031-2616 27991 DIAZ RD 11.61 11.61 8551 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-29-953-8249 46497 WOLF 13.26 13.26 CREEK DR 8552 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-29-953-8082 31523 WOLF 14.41 14.41 VALLEY RD 8553 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-14-204-1615 30027 FRONT ST 21.91 21.91 8554 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-35-707-0010 33451 S HWY 79 22.55 22.55 8555 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-41-502-0478 28402 MERCEDES 24.21 24.21 ST 8556 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-41-812-6629 42061 MAIN ST 28.45 28.45 Page3 apChkLst 04/23/2020 12:04:33PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 4 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 8557 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-42-065-5359 27602 STANFORD 41.25 41.25 DR 8558 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-31-536-3481 41902 MAIN ST 132.49 132.49 8559 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-41-048-2012 30498 TEM PKWY 142.75 142.75 8560 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-02-502-8077 43210 BUS PARK 242.40 242.40 DR 8561 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-19-171-8568 28300 MERCEDES 352.09 352.09 ST 8562 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-29-223-8607 41000 MAIN ST 395.24 395.24 8563 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-35-664-9053 29119 MARGARITA 424.70 424.70 RD 8564 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-18-937-3152 28314 MERCEDES 435.90 435.90 ST 8565 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-25-393-4681 41951 MORAGA RD 691.49 691.49 8566 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-29-295-3510 32211 WOLF 781.60 781.60 VALLEY RD 8567 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-02-351-4946 41845 6TH ST 837.03 837.03 8568 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-30-520-4414 32781 TEM PKWY 936.63 936.63 8569 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-00-397-5067 40499 CALLE 937.12 937.12 MEDUSA 8570 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-35-403-6337 41375 MCCABE CT 979.68 979.68 8571 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-31-536-3655 41904 MAIN ST 1,261.03 1,261.03 8572 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-31-912-7494 28690 MERCEDES 1,539.46 1,539.46 ST 8573 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-29-224-0173 32364 OVERLAND 1,600.05 1,600.05 TL Page:4 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 5 04/23/2020 12:04:33PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 8574 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8575 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8576 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8577 4/6/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8578 4/8/2020 014486 VERIZON WIRELESS 8579 4/7/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8580 4/7/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8581 4/7/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8582 4/7/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8583 4/8/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 8584 4/8/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 8585 4/8/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 8586 4/8/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 8587 4/8/2020 014486 VERIZON WIRELESS 8588 4/10/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total MAR 2-31-536-3226 28690 MERCEDES 1,610.33 1,610.33 ST MAR 2-29-933-3831 43230 BUS PARK 1,987.69 1,987.69 DR MAR 2-00-397-5042 43200 BUS PARK 3,025.82 3,025.82 DR MAR 2-32-903-8293 41000 MAIN ST 15,124.42 15,124.42 02/16-03/15 9,092.38 9,092.38 CELLULAR/BROADBAN D:C ITYW I DE MAR 2-29-657-2332 45538 REDWOOD 10.94 10.94 RD MAR 2-29-953-8447 31738 WOLF 10.94 10.94 VALLEY RD MAR 2-30-220-8749 45850 N WOLF 389.25 389.25 CREEK MAR 2-31-404-6020 28771 OLD TOWN 606.65 606.65 FRONT APR INTERNET SVCS- 32211 WOLF 191.00 191.00 VALLEY RD APR INTERNET SVCS- 30755 AULD RD 694.99 694.99 APR INTERNET SVCS- 41973 6TH ST 694.99 694.99 APR INTERNET SVCS- 41000 MAIN ST 3,430.75 3,430.75 02/11-3/10 TASK FORCE TABLETS 445.92 445.92 POLICE MAR 2-28-629-0507 30600 PAUBA RD 5,540.92 5,540.92 Page:5 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 6 04/23/2020 12:04:33PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 8600 4/9/2020 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 009720 STARBUCKS CORPORATION 009720 STARBUCKS CORPORATION 8601 4/9/2020 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 018323 GOAT & VINE, THE 000152 CALIF PARKS AND RECREATION SOC, C P R S 015626 EVENTBRITE.COM 8602 4/9/2020 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 017360 FIVERR, INC. 017360 FIVERR, INC. 020838 RIVERSIDE CENTRE PARKING 017360 FIVERR, INC. 008735 APPLEBEE'S NEIGHBORHOOD GRILL 021795 OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE 007987 WALMART 020489 GREYHOUND LINES 8604 4/9/2020 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 008956 PANERA BREAD 000515 TEMECULA VALLEY CHAMBER OF, COMMERCE 8605 4/9/2020 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 015094 SPUNTINO 021723 COFFEE BEAN & TEA LEAF 017570 AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION INC 008669 VONS (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total ZH RFRSHMNTS: DUI WARRANT 112.07 SWEEP ZH RFRSHMNTS: EXTENDED 17.95 ASSIGNMENT ZH RFRSHMNTS: EXTENDED 71.80 201.82 ASSIGNMENT ZS RFRSHMNTS: RTA SW T-NOW MTG 106.57 2/26 ZS CPRS CONF & AWARD MTG 310.00 ZS 2020 FAIR HOUSING COUNCIL MTG 80.00 496.57 RG HOMELESS OUTREACH MODEL 362.25 PRESENTATION RG HOMELESS OUTREACH MODEL 162.75 PRESENTATION RG PARKING FEE: SHERIFF MTG: 2/27 5.25 RG HOMESLESS OUTREACH MODEL 78.75 PRESENTATION RG RFRSHMNTS: GRANT WRITING 33.16 CONF: 3/4 RG RFRSHMNTS: GRANT WRITING 33.68 CONF: 3/5 RG SUPPLIES: HELP CTR 92.04 RG HOMESLESS OUTREACH: BUS 185.99 953.87 TICKET PT RFRSHMNTS: RCTC SMART FWY 201.37 MTG PT'20 STATE OF THE CITY: PW 950.00 1,151.37 WW RFRSHMNTS: CAPTAINS MTG 3/5 410.53 WW RFRSHMNTS: CAPTAINS MTG 3/5 50.85 WW CPR CLASS MATLS: CLASS 850.00 CARDS WW RFRSHMNTS: CAPTAINS MTG 3/10 191.11 1,502.49 Page6 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 7 04/23/2020 12:04:33PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 8606 4/9/2020 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 021800 FEDERALAVIATIONADMINIST. DBA FAA 006552 PAINTED EARTH 000515 TEMECULA VALLEY CHAMBER OF, COMMERCE 021274 ZOOM.US 017716 CLEVERBRIDGE INC 021799 WE TRANSFER 8607 4/9/2020 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 006117 PEONY CHINESE CUISINE 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 021478 DISCOUNTMUGS.COM 008956 PANERA BREAD 000305 TARGET BANK BUS CARD SRVCS 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 017899 HAVANA FOODS. INC (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total MH DRONE REGISTRATION: INFO 5.00 TECH MH EVENT DEPOSIT. INFO TECH DEPT 50.00 MH STATE OF THE CITY REGIST: INFO 150.00 TECH MH MONTHLY RENEWAL FEE: INFO 386.90 TECH MH SOFTWARE RENEWAL: INFO TECH 995.00 MH SFTWR FOR FILE TRANSFER 120.00 1,706.90 AA RFRSHMNTS: STAFF REIMBURSED: 76.05 MTG 2/25 AA RFRSHMNTS: RTAT-NOW SW MTG 68.28 AA'20 STATE OF THE CITY TOOL KITS 2,909.72 AA RFRSHMNTS: STAFF REIMBURSED: 80.67 MTG 3/10 AA SOAP PUMP DISPENSER: CITY 6.51 MGR AA RFRSHMNTS: COUNCIL BUSINESS 21.90 MTGS AA RFRSHMNTS: STAFF REIMBURSED: 96.90 3,260.03 MTG 2/11 Page:? apChkLst Final Check List Page: 8 04/23/2020 12:04:33PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 8608 4/9/2020 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 013338 APPLE STORE GB MACBOOK AIR & APPLE CARE: BUTLER 021783 BUFFALO WILD WINGS GB RFRSHMNTS: TEMECULA EATS EVENT 021477 ECO GREEN CLEANERS GB DRY CLEAN SVCS: TABLE CLOTHS: ECO DEV 004432 ALBERTSONS GROCERY GB RFRSHMNTS: EVENTS: HR & ECO STORE DEV 013812 DFIT SUBS LLC, DBA JERSEY GB RFRSHMNTS: MENTORSHIP KICK MIKES OFF EVENT 010046 TV CONVENTION &VISITORS GB SPONSORSHIP TABLE: XENIA BUREAU, DBA VISIT TEMECULA AWARDS VALLEY 013338 APPLE STORE GB COMPUTER SUPPLIES: INFO TECH 019592 URBAN CAFE GB RFRSHMNTS: UTILITY ROUND TABLE EVENT 019592 URBAN CAFE GB RFRSHMNTS: EDC MTG 013338 APPLE STORE GB ADD'L PHONE STORAGE: BEMOLL, B. 010046 TV CONVENTION &VISITORS GB SPONSORSHIP TABLE: XENIA BUREAU, DBA VISIT TEMECULA AWARDS VALLEY 003751 RIVERSIDE CO EDUCATION GB REGIST: STATE OF THE CITY: OFFICE WALKER 006937 SOUTHWEST AIRLINES GB AIRFARE: GOVT SOCIAL MEDIA CONF:BORU 013338 APPLE STORE GB ADD'L PHONE STORAGE: BEMOLL, B. 8610 4/13/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-36-122-7820 31777 DE PORTOLA RD 8611 4/13/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-25-350-5119 45602 REDHAWK PKWY 8612 4/13/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-31-031-2590 28301 RANCHO CAL RD 8613 4/13/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-31-936-3511 46488 PECHANGA PKWY 8614 4/13/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-36-531-7916 44205 MAIN ST 8615 4/13/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-40-380-2424 40750 BUTTERFIELD STG Amount Paid Check Total 2,318.16 75.56 51.84 41.40 150.00 250.00 194.66 591.38 255.99 0.99 -250.00 42.00 -229.00 0.99 3,493.97 10.94 10.94 13.77 13.77 13.80 13.80 23.84 23.84 71.34 71.34 80.53 80.53 Page:8 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 9 04/23/2020 12:04:33PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 8616 4/13/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8617 4/13/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8618 4/13/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8619 4/13/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8620 4/13/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8621 4/13/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8622 4/13/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8623 4/13/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8624 4/14/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8625 4/14/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8626 4/14/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8627 4/14/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8628 4/14/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8631 4/15/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 8632 4/16/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 8633 4/16/2020 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 8634 4/17/2020 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total MAR 2-41-394-3267 46899 REDHAWK 91.11 91.11 PKWY MAR 2-29-657-2563 42902 94.78 94.78 BUTTERFIELD STG MAR 2-29-479-2981 31454 TEM PKWY 101.39 101.39 MAR 2-29-458-7548 32000 RANCHO 173.84 173.84 CAL MAR 2-10-331-2153 28816 PUJOL ST 519.80 519.80 MAR 2-20-798-3248 42081 MAIN ST 944.51 944.51 MAR 2-27-560-0625 32380 2,198.52 2,198.52 DEERHOLLOW WAY MAR 2-27-805-3194 42051 MAIN ST 2,416.74 2,416.74 MAR 2-30-066-2889 30051 RANCHO 11.06 11.06 VISTA RD MAR 2-40-765-3021 28916 PUJOL ST 27.97 27.97 MAR 2-40-765-3179 28922 PUJOL ST 77.53 77.53 MAR 2-02-351-5281 30875 RANCHO 2,859.92 2,859.92 VISTA RD MAR 2-05-791-8807 31587 TEM PKWY 8,090.09 8,090.09 APR INTERNET SVCS- 40820 5.30 5.30 WINCHESTER RD APR INTERNET SVCS- 41000 MAIN ST 1,163.23 1,163.23 APR INTERNET SVCS- EOC 138.20 138.20 APR INTERNET SVCS- LIBRARY 5.31 5.31 Page9 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 10 04/23/2020 12:04:33PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 8635 4/17/2020 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC APR INTERNET SVCS- LIBRARY 8636 4/20/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-29-223-9571 30395 MURRIETA HOT SPR 8637 4/20/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-33-237-4818 30499 RANCHO CAL 8638 4/20/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-31-419-2659 26706 YNEZ RD 8639 4/20/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-29-974-7899 26953 YNEZ RD 8640 4/20/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-30-608-9384 28582 HARVESTON DR 8641 4/20/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-28-171-2620 40820 WINCHESTER RD 8642 4/20/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-26-887-0789 40233 VILLAGE RD 8643 4/20/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-00-397-5059 33340 CAMINO PIEDRA 8644 4/20/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE APR INTERNET SVCS- 32131 S LOOP RD 8645 4/20/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE APR INTERNET SVCS- 41000 MAIN ST 8646 4/20/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE APR INTERNET SVCS- 28816 PUJOL ST 8647 4/16/2020 021434 MATRIX TELECOM LLC DBA MAR 800 SERVICES: CIVIC CENTER LINGO 8648 4/21/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAR 091-085-1632-0 41951 MORAGA RD 8649 4/21/2020 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER MAR WATER- 31991 RORIPAUGH DIST VALLEY RD 8650 4/21/2020 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER MAR WATER- 31991 RORIPAUGH DIST VALLEY RD 8651 4/21/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-29-974-7568 26953 YNEZ RD Amount Paid Check Total 5.31 5.31 10.94 10.94 104.25 104.25 129.40 129.40 153.80 153.80 318.42 318.42 397.35 397.35 1,184.35 1,184.35 3,313.77 3,313.77 237.21 237.21 282.12 282.12 586.83 586.83 65.46 65.46 718.47 718.47 86.92 86.92 363.42 363.42 100.32 100.32 Page:10 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 11 04/23/2020 12:04:33PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 8652 4/21/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-31-693-9784 26036 YNEZ RD 201205 4/23/2020 001517 AETNA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH MAY EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PGRM: LLC, DBA AETNA RESOURCES HR 201206 4/23/2020 009787 ALTEC INDUSTRIES INC EQUIPMENT REPAIR: PUBLIC WORKS 201207 4/23/2020 007282 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PREVENTION INC FIRE BOOKS: LIBRARY Misc. office supplies: prevention fire 201208 4/23/2020 004422 AMERICAN BATTERY BATTERIES: CIVIC CTR CORPORATION, DBA AMERICAN BATTERY SUP 201209 4/23/2020 004240 AMERICAN FORENSIC NURSES DUI DRUG & ALCOHOL SCREENING AFN 201210 4/23/2020 020762 AT&T PD FILE CODE 2948830 3/20-4/1 /20 TE200650130 201211 4/23/2020 019709 BAGDASARIAN, NADYA REIMB: UNIFORMS: CODE ENF 201212 4/23/2020 012849 BECERRA, WILL EE CMPTR PURCHASE PRGM: BECERRA, W. 201213 4/23/2020 004262 BIO TOX LABORATORIES PHLEBOTOMY SVCS: TEM SHERIFF PHLEBOTOMY SVCS: TEM SHERIFF PHLEBOTOMY SVCS: TEM SHERIFF 201214 4/23/2020 019559 BMW MOTORCYCLES OF VEHICLE MAINT & REPAIR: TEM RIVERSIDE SHERIFF 201215 4/23/2020 018408 BOB CALLAHAN'S POOL APR POOLS & FOUNTAINS MAINT: VAR SERVICE FACS APR POOLS & FOUNTAINS MAINT: VAR F 201216 4/23/2020 003138 CAL MAT, DBA VULCAN ASPHALT SUPPLIES: PW STREET MATERIALS CO ASPHALT SUPPLIES: PW STREET 201217 4/23/2020 013265 CALIF BUILDING, STANDARDS 1ST QTR PAYMENT OF SB1473 2020 COMMISSION 201218 4/23/2020 004248 CALIF DEPT OF JAN BLOOD & ALCOHOL ANALYSIS: JUSTICE-ACCTING TEM SHERIF MAR BLOOD &ALCOHOL ANALYSIS: TEN 201219 4/23/2020 004971 CANON FINANCIAL SERVICES APR 11 CANON COPIERS LEASE: INC LIBRARY Amount Paid Check Total 319.74 319.74 836.00 836.00 216.51 216.51 22.77 122.15 30.44 175.36 241.24 241.24 371.50 371.50 95.00 400.00 495.00 198.14 198.14 666.00 666.00 909.00 2,017.00 475.00 3,401.00 1,752.70 1,752.70 950.00 1,100.00 2,050.00 172.36 411.44 583.80 1.115.00 1.115.00 35.00 875.00 910.00 671.56 671.56 Page:11 apChkLst 04/23/2020 12:04:33PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 12 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 201220 4/23/2020 004462 CDW LLC, DBACDW COMPUTER LOAN PURCHASES: HALL, 643.55 GOVERNMENT LLC J. COMPUTER LOAN PURCHASES: HAWK, T 1,029.22 COMPUTER LOAN PURCHASES: RICHTER, 643.55 COMPUTER LOAN PURCHASES: RICHTER, 1,029.22 COMPUTER LOAN PURCHASES: KUHN, S. 643.55 KEYBOARD & MOUSE REPLACEMENT: IT 393.45 COMPUTER LOAN PURCHASES: HAWK, T 643.55 REPLACEMENT TV:TRAINING ROOM -1,842.52 3,183.57 201221 4/23/2020 020455 CHS EDUCATION VOID - REFUND: CRC RENTAL 5/18/20 0.00 0.00 FOUNDATION, BASEBALL CANCELLED 201222 4/23/2020 000442 COMPUTER ALERT SYSTEMS UPDATE ALARM SYSTEM: MPSC 2,074.00 2,074.00 201223 4/23/2020 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 MISC STATION SUPPLIES: STA 95 FIRE 59.62 59.62 201224 4/23/2020 020105 CUMBERBATCH, JAMAL TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 84.00 CREDIT: TAX WITHHOLDING CASE 1863175 -21.00 63.00 201225 4/23/2020 003272 DAISYECO INC PRINTER & PLOTTER 3,164.41 SUPPLIES:GIS/CIVIC PRINTER & PLOTTER SUPPLIES:GIS/CIVIC CTR -1,200.26 1,964.15 201226 4/23/2020 020648 DG INVESTMENT HOLDINGS 2 CITYWIDE SURVEILLANCE 251,485.98 INC, CONVERGINT TECHNOLOGIES 2 CARD READERS FOR NEW DOORS:COM DEV 3,132.82 254,618.80 201227 4/23/2020 003945 DIAMOND ENVIRONMENTAL PORTABLE RESTROOM/SINK RENTAL: 109.95 109.95 SRVCS PD 201228 4/23/2020 004192 DOWNS ENERGY FUEL FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TCSD 133.58 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TRAFFIC DIV 129.89 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: STREET MAINT 829.85 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PW CIP 59.42 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: BLDG INSPEC 43.43 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: CODE ENFORCEMENT 22.22 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: LAND DEV 107.47 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PARK MAINT 518.92 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: FIRE DEPT 21.75 1,866.53 201229 4/23/2020 018098 ELITE CLAIMS MANAGEMENT MAY 20 3RD PARTY CLAIM ADMIN: 1,250.00 1,250.00 INC WRKRS COM 201230 4/23/2020 021786 ELIZONDO, MONICA REFUND: CRC RENTAL CANCELLED 660.00 660.00 201231 4/23/2020 002577 ENGINEERING RESOURCES DSGN ENG SVCS: RANCHO CALIF 1,107.00 1,107.00 PW19-19 Page:12 apChkLst 04/23/2020 12:04:33PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 13 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 201232 4/23/2020 011292 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 1/1-3/31 PREP OF SEIR HARVESTON 11,301.40 11,301.40 ASSOC GPA & SP 201233 4/23/2020 001056 EXCEL LANDSCAPE INC APR LDSCP MAINT: MEDIANS 21,133.27 APR OVERLAND EXTENSION PROJ LDS( 300.00 APR LDSCP MAINT: CITY FACS 13,379.15 APR LDSCP MAINT: PARKS/MEDIANS PV\ 57,870.52 APR LDSCP MAINT: PARKS/MEDIANS PV1 58,921.01 APR LDSCP MAINT SLOPES: PW 24,635.75 APR LDSCP MAINT SLOPES: PW 40,615.26 216,854.96 201234 4/23/2020 020921 FLETCHER, COURTNEY EE CMPTR PURCHASE PRGM: 1,250.23 1,250.23 FLETCHER, C. 201235 4/23/2020 019651 FOX, JAYME EE CMPTR PURCHASE PRGM: FOX, J. 1,907.04 1,907.04 201236 4/23/2020 002982 FRANCHISE TAX BOARD JAN-MAR 330383649 2018 FORM 592 805.00 805.00 201237 4/23/2020 002982 FRANCHISE TAX BOARD CUMBERBATCH, JAMAL - CASE# 21.00 21.00 1863175 201238 4/23/2020 002982 FRANCHISE TAX BOARD KRACH, BREE - CASE# 603016103 10.88 10.88 201239 4/23/2020 012066 GEOCON WEST INC FEB GEOTECH SVCS:PECH.PKWY, 3,092.50 3,092.50 PW15-14 201240 4/23/2020 021365 GEORGE HILLS COMPANY INC MAR CLAIM ADJUSTER SVCS: HR 2,862.00 2,862.00 201241 4/23/2020 000177 GLENNIES OFFICE PRODUCTS MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FIRE STA 95 16.68 INC MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PREVENTION FIRE 7.53 24.21 201242 4/23/2020 021796 GRIFFITS, CATLIN EE CMPTR PURCHASE PRGM: 1,350.00 1,350.00 GRIFFITS, C. 201243 4/23/2020 017137 GUIZAR, MERCEDES REFUND: CRC RENTAL 5/9/20 638.00 638.00 CANCELLED 201244 4/23/2020 003342 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY, CRITICAL HOME REPAIRS PRGM: 5,423.64 5,423.64 INLAND VALLEY INC CDBG 201245 4/23/2020 017334 HOUSE OF AUTOMATION INC BAY DOOR SVC - STA95 1,188.00 1,188.00 201246 4/23/2020 013286 INTRADO LIFE & SAFETY INC APR ENTERPRISE 911 SVC: IT 300.00 300.00 Page:13 apChkLst 04/23/2020 12:04:33PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 14 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 201247 4/23/2020 021792 KELLISON, JIM REFUND: HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE 48.00 48.00 DAME SHOW 201248 4/23/2020 001282 KNORR SYSTEMS INC Certified Aquatic Facilities Op Training 395.00 395.00 201249 4/23/2020 017118 KRACH BREE B, DBA NAME PLATE: DAISEN: TCSD 43.50 TEMECULA TROPHY& DES CREDIT:TAX WITHHOLDING CASE 6030U -10.88 32.62 201250 4/23/2020 014432 LANAIR GROUP LLC MITEL REPLACEMENT 36,578.77 36,578.77 SWITCHES:INFO TECH 201251 4/23/2020 003726 LIFE ASSIST INC EMERGENCY MED SUPPLIES - MEDIC 679.69 EMERGENCY MEDICAL EQUIP: MEDIC 271.88 951.57 201252 4/23/2020 018253 LOPEZ, OSCAR EE CMPTR PURCHASE PRGM: 1,959.60 1,959.60 LOPEZ, OSCAR 201253 4/23/2020 004141 MAINTEX INC CLEANING SUPPLIES: COVID 380.61 380.61 201254 4/23/2020 019823 MERCHANTS BLDG MAINT LLC DEEP CLEANING: TCC: COVID 19 500.00 SANITATION DEEP CLEANING: TCC: COVID 19 SANITATION 700.00 1,200.00 201255 4/23/2020 013827 MIKO MOUNTAINLION INC SLURRY FILL ERODED CHANNEL: 10,546.00 WOLF CREEK CHANNEL CLEAN-UP: VIA LOBO 31,200.00 STREET REPAIRS: VIA DOS PICOS/DMV 1,848.00 43,594.00 201256 4/23/2020 004043 MISSION ELECTRIC SUPPLY ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 25.23 INC ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 211.11 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: LIBRARY 169.42 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: LIBRARY 153.44 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: LIBRARY 126.59 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: LIBRARY 178.85 864.64 201257 4/23/2020 021714 MIYAMOTO, SUSAN REFUND: LIBRARY ROOM RENTAL 96.00 96.00 5/9/20 201258 4/23/2020 004586 MOORE FENCE COMPANY INC REPLACE SAFETY FENCE: EMPIRE 3,777.35 3,777.35 CREEK 201259 4/23/2020 015164 NATURES IMAGE INC RET RELEASE: PW11-01 PECHANGA 3,124.44 3,124.44 PKWY 201260 4/23/2020 018716 NCL INC, TEMECULA VALLEY REFUND: CRC RENTAL 5/31/20 374.00 374.00 CHAPTER CANCELLED Page:14 apChkLst 04/23/2020 12:04:33PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 15 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 201261 4/23/2020 001323 NESTLE WATERS NORTH 3/11-4/10 WTR DLVRY SVC: FOC 112.17 AMERICA, DBA READYREFRESH 3/11-4/10 WTR DLVRY SVC: TVE2 28.69 2/23-3/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: MRC 47.51 188.37 201262 4/23/2020 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE VEHICLE/EQUIP REPAIRS: PW STREET 1,178.19 1,178.19 MAINT 201263 4/23/2020 002072 RANCHO CALIF WATER RRSP RESTROOM EXPANSION: 1,500.00 1,500.00 DIST-FEES PW18-03 201264 4/23/2020 003591 RENES COMMERCIAL CLEAN-UP WEED ABATEMENT: CITY 5,007.00 MANAGEMENT ROW HOMELESS ENCAMPMENT CLEAN-UP P' 2,130.00 CLEAN-UP WEED ABATEMENT: CITY ROB 1,774.00 8,911.00 201265 4/23/2020 004822 RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY MAR ROUTE 55 TROLLEY SERVICES 690.59 690.59 201266 4/23/2020 021791 RODRIGUEZ, YOLANDA REFUND: WILLY WONKA SHOW 135.00 135.00 CANCELLED 201267 4/23/2020 016778 ROW TRAFFIC SAFETY, INC. ROAD BARRICADES: PW STREET 6,145.73 6,145.73 MAINT 201268 4/23/2020 000519 SOUTH COUNTY PEST APR PEST CONTROL SRVCS:PBSP 70.00 CONTROL INC APR PEST CONTROL SRVCS:DUCK PON 49.00 119.00 201269 4/23/2020 012652 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, APR GEN USAGE: 0141,0839,2593,9306 605.31 605.31 TELEPHONE COMPANY 201270 4/23/2020 008337 STAPLES BUSINESS CREDIT OFFICE SUPPLIES: FINANCE 38.78 OFFICE SUPPLIES: FINANCE 30.10 OFFICE SUPPLIES:POLICE MALL STORE 40.57 OFFICE SUPPLIES:POLICE MALL STORE 31.40 OFFICE SUPPLIES:POLICE MALL STORE 44.09 OFFICE SUPPLIES:MPSC 48.93 OFFICE SUPPLIES:MPSC 526.47 760.34 201271 4/23/2020 021790 STRATA WATERSTONE LLC HOMELESS PREVENTION 1,660.00 1,660.00 PRGM:TORABI 201272 4/23/2020 010046 TV CONVENTION &VISITORS FEB'20 BUS. IMPRV DISTRICT 84,578.07 84,578.07 BUREAU, DBA VISIT TEMECULA ASMNTS VALLEY 201273 4/23/2020 009194 VILLAGE NEWS, INC PUBLICATION: CORONAVIRUS 850.00 850.00 UPDATE SHEET Page:15 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 16 04/23/2020 12:04:33PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 201274 4/23/2020 020275 WALLACE & ASSOC MAR CONSTR MGMT:PECH.PKWY, CONSULTING INC PW15-14 201275 4/23/2020 019375 WARD, ROSANNE EE CMPTR PURCHASE PRGM: WARD, R. 201276 4/23/2020 001342 WAXIE SANITARY SUPPLY INC CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES:OLD TOWN MAINT CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES:CRC CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES:CIVIC CENTER 201277 4/23/2020 013556 WESTERN AV VIDEO TELECONFERENCING EQUIP:IT DEPT Amount Paid Check Total 10,177.00 1,391.65 156.67 156.67 114.37 1.000.00 Grand total for UNION BANK: 10,177.00 1,391.65 427.71 1,000.00 854,969.83 Page:16 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 17 04/23/2020 12:04:33PM CITY OF TEMECULA 204 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 854,969.83 Page:17 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 1 04/30/2020 10:47:01AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 8599 4/9/2020 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 021665 YEOBILL.COM UK 020489 GREYHOUND LINES 8603 4/9/2020 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 021453 SACRAMENTO BEE 021453 SACRAMENTO BEE 000912 CITY CLERKS ASSN OF CALIF 012915 LUCILLE'S BBC 021793 THE LINE, DC HOTEL 012915 LUCILLE'S BBQ 007047 OLIVE GARDEN 014779 TOWN CENTER CLEANERS 005531 FRONT STREET BAR & GRILL DBA, BAILY WINE COUNTRY CAFE 018323 GOAT & VINE, THE 000912 CITY CLERKS ASSN OF CALIF 015496 SAN DIEGO AIRPORT PARKING 000912 CITY CLERKS ASSN OF CALIF 000912 CITY CLERKS ASSN OF CALIF 8629 4/23/2020 000246 PERS (EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT) 8630 4/23/2020 000246 PERS (EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT) 8653 4/17/2020 000262 RANCHO CALIF WATER DISTRICT 8654 4/22/2020 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DIST Description Amount Paid Check Total RM WEBSITE SUBSCRIPTION SVC: 9.99 POLICE RM HOMELESS OUTREACH: BUS 62.00 71.99 TICKET RO SUBSCRIPTION: ONLINE DIGITAL 12.99 SUBSCRIP RO SUBSCRIPTION: ONLINE DIGITAL 12.99 SUBSCRIP RO CREDIT: DIALOGUE REGIST: JOHL -150.00 & RAMIR RO CREDIT FOR CHARGE ON 03-24 -350.50 RO LODGING:CONGR CITY CONF 962.13 R.JOHL 3/8-11 RO SEE CREDIT DATED 03-24 350.50 RO RFRSHMNTS: CITY CNCL CLOSED 262.55 SESS 03/1 RO DRY CLEANING FOR TABLE 234.00 LINENS: CLERK RO RFRSHMNTS: CITY CNCL CLOSED 183.79 SESS 02/2 RO RFRSHMNTS: CITY CNCL CLOSED 151.04 SESS 03/2 RO DIALOGUE REGIST: JOHL & 150.00 RAMIREZ RO PARKING: CONGRESSIONAL CITY 105.00 CONF 3/8 RO CONF REGIST: RAMIREZ, E. 4/15-17-450.00 RO CONF REGIST: JOHL, R. 4/15-17 -450.00 1,024.49 REPLACEMENT BENEFIT FUND - COLA 4,765.59 4,765.59 FY19/20 GASB REPORTING SERVICES 2,250.00 2,250.00 VARI MAR WATER 3004755 41000 MAIN 23,192.89 23,192.89 ST MAR WATER- 32131 S LOOP RD 48.90 48.90 Page:1 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 2 04/30/2020 10:47:01AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 8655 4/22/2020 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER MAR WATER 32131 S LOOP RD DIST 8656 4/22/2020 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER MAR WATER- 39656 DIEGO DR DIST 8657 4/22/2020 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER MAR WATER- 32131 S LOOP RD DIST 8658 4/23/2020 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC APR INTERNET SVCS- EXTERNAL DMV LINE 8659 4/23/2020 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC APR INTERNET SVCS- CHILDREN'S MUSEUM 8660 4/24/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-30-099-3847 29721 RYECREST 8661 4/23/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE APR INTERNET SVCS- 30600 PAUBA RD 8662 4/9/2020 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 004905 LIEBERT, CASSIDYAND IG WEBINAR: COVID-19: HR WHITMORE 007282 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES IG APPLE AIRPODS: GARIBAY, I. INC 8663 4/30/2020 010349 CALIF DEPT OF CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT SUPPORT 8664 4/30/2020 021301 I C M A RETIREMENT -PLAN ICMA- 401(A) RETIREMENT PLAN 106474 PAYMENT 8666 4/30/2020 000444 INSTATAX (EDD) STATE TAXES PAYMENT 8667 4/30/2020 000283 INSTATAX (IRS) FEDERAL TAXES PAYMENT 8670 4/30/2020 000389 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT OBRA- PROJECT RETIREMENT SOLUTION PAYMENT 8671 4/30/2020 000246 PERS (EMPLOYEES' PERS RETIREMENT PAYMENT RETIREMENT) 8672 4/30/2020 000444 INSTATAX (EDD) 2020 1ST QUARTER UI & ETT PAYMENT Amount Paid Check Total 66.54 66.54 107.22 107.22 183.20 183.20 111.84 111.84 130.98 130.98 11.40 11.40 598.03 598.03 75.00 270.79 345.79 899.07 899.07 1,134.62 1,134.62 23,430.74 23,430.74 80,102.03 80,102.03 525.20 525.20 110,157.37 110,157.37 47,495.63 47,495.63 Paget apChkLst 04/30/2020 10:47:01AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 3 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 8673 4/30/2020 002412 RICHARDS WATSON AND FEB 2020 LEGAL SERVICES 82,156.37 GERSHON CREDIT:BILLING ADJ/FEB 2020 LEGAL SF -510.00 CREDIT. -BILLING ADJ/FEB 2020 LEGAL SF -6,894.97 74,751.40 8674 4/27/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON MAR 2-30-296-9522 46679 PRIMROSE 29.50 29.50 AVE 8675 4/27/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-28-331-4847 32805 PAUBA RD 68.10 68.10 8676 4/28/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-40-576-0232 44173 13.95 13.95 BUTTERFIELD STG 8677 4/28/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-33-357-5785 44747 REDHAWK 21.85 21.85 PKWY 8678 4/28/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-41-072-5394 29429 TEM PKWY 55.33 55.33 8679 4/28/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-34-624-4452 32131 S LOOP RD 898.68 898.68 8680 4/28/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAR 055-475-6169-5 32380 DEER 64.93 64.93 HOLLOW WY 8681 4/28/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY MAR 015-575-0195-2 32211 WOLF VLY 194.15 194.15 RD 8682 4/27/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE APR INTERNET SVCS- 41000 MAIN ST 46.48 46.48 8683 4/27/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE APR INTERNET SVCS- 42569 586.83 586.83 MARGARITA RD 8684 4/27/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE APR INTERNET SVCS- 30875 RANCHO 586.83 586.83 VISTA RD 8685 4/28/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE APR INTERNET SVCS- 32380 DEER 586.83 586.83 HOLLOW WAY 201278 4/30/2020 003951 ALL AMERICAN ASPHALT ASPHALT SUPPLIES: PW STREET 1,756.87 ASPHALT SUPPLIES: PW STREET 341.88 2,098.75 201279 4/30/2020 007282 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES MISC OFC SUPPLIES: MALL 100.21 INC STOREFRONT MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PREVENTION FIRE 30.44 BOOKS: LIBRARY 19.56 BOOKS: LIBRARY -2.33 BOOKS: LIBRARY -13.97 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FIRE PREVENTIOP -22.77 111.14 Page3 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 4 04/30/2020 10:47:01AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 201280 4/30/2020 004422 AMERICAN BATTERY BATTERIES: CIVIC CTR CORPORATION, DBA AMERICAN BATTERY SUP 201281 4/30/2020 004240 AMERICAN FORENSIC NURSES MAY STAND BY FEE: POLICE AFN 201282 4/30/2020 002187 ANIMAL FRIENDS OF THE JAN & FEB ANIMAL CNTRL SVCS: VALLEYS TEMECULA 201283 4/30/2020 013950 AQUA CHILL OF SAN DIEGO APR DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: POLICE SW ST 201284 4/30/2020 021689 ASCENT ENVIRONMENTAL INC CEQAANALYSIS: ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY 201285 4/30/2020 021812 ASHBY, JUSTIN K. REFUND: LD02-138GR, 03-327GR, 04-256GR, 201286 4/30/2020 003138 CAL MAT, DBA VULCAN ASPHALT SUPPLIES: PW STREET MATERIALS CO 201287 4/30/2020 000484 CALIF ASSN FOR LOCAL MEMBERSHIP DUES: WALKER, C. ECONOMIC, DEVELOPMENT 201288 4/30/2020 021349 CASA CENTER AGAINST 3/6 SART EXAM: TEM SHERIFF SEXUAL, ASSAULT OF SW RIV CO 4/15 SART EXAM: TEM SHERIFF 201289 4/30/2020 008534 CASTILLO, RYAN EE CMPTR PURCHASE PRGM: CASTILLO, R. 201290 4/30/2020 004462 CDW LLC, DBA CDW MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP:INFO GOVERNMENTLLC TECH 201291 4/30/2020 004329 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 SUPPLIES:CONTRACT CLASSES 201292 4/30/2020 010650 CRAFTSMEN PLUMBING & UPGRADE PATIO COVER: MPSC HVAC INC NEW DOORS: CIVIC CTR SHOP UTILITY AREA UPGRADE: THEATE PRESSURE WASHER: FACILITY MAINT: F PLUMBING REPAIR: CRC 201293 4/30/2020 021789 DAVID ANTHONY CLARK, TOWING SVCS: POLICE CLARK'S TOWING & RECOVERY Amount Paid Check Total 65.45 65.45 1,300.00 1,300.00 20,000.00 20,000.00 56.57 56.57 33,012.36 33,012.36 3,980.00 3,980.00 529.05 529.05 100.00 100.00 550.00 550.00 1,100.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 85.65 85.65 68.34 68.34 20,400.00 13,900.00 9,150.00 1,695.00 233.00 45,378.00 2,250.00 2,250.00 Page:4 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 5 04/30/2020 10:47:01AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 201294 4/30/2020 012600 DAVID EVANS AND MAR DSGN SVCS: DIAZ RD PROJ ASSOCIATES INC PW17-25 MAR DSGN SVCS: DLR SIDEWALKS. PW 201295 4/30/2020 021801 DE BAAY, ANDREA REFUND: ART & STREET PAINTING FESTIVAL 201296 4/30/2020 003945 DIAMOND ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPORARY FENCING: JRC SRVCS 201297 4/30/2020 019720 DIVERSIFIED WATERSCAPES APR WTR QUALITY MAINT:DUCK INC PN D/HARV. 201298 4/30/2020 004111 EMPLOYMENT DEVELOPMENT 2019 4TH QTR EMPLOYMENT: ECO DEPT DEV 201299 4/30/2020 009618 ENNIS FLINT INC THERMO MATERIALS: TRAFFIC PW 201300 4/30/2020 015330 FAIR HOUSING COUNCIL, OF MAR CDBG SUB -RECIPIENT: FAIR RIVERSIDE COUNTY INC HOUSING SVC 201301 4/30/2020 010804 FEHR AND PEERS MAR CEQA TRAFFIC ANALYSIS UPDATE -VMT 201302 4/30/2020 014865 FREIZE UHLER KIMBERLY DBA, EMPLOYEE APPAREL: RECOGNITION CLEAR BLUE PROMOTIONS 201303 4/30/2020 021804 FRENCH, SUMMER REFUND: CINDERELLA SHOW CANCELLED 201304 4/30/2020 014173 GOLDSTAR ASPHALT MISC SUPPLIES: VARI PARKS PRODUCTS, DBA NPG CORPORATION 201305 4/30/2020 003792 GRAINGER MISC SAFETY SUPPLIES: PARKS PW 201306 4/30/2020 012748 HARDY AND HARPER INC SEAL/RESTRIPE: HELP CTR PARKING LOT 201307 4/30/2020 010210 HOME DEPOT SUPPLY INC MISC TOOLS: CIVIC CTR PW MISC SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 201308 4/30/2020 012285 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY MISC SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 201309 4/30/2020 019293 KITTRICH CORPORATION MISC SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR MISC SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR K9 FOOD: TEMECULA POLICE Amount Paid Check Total 30,400.50 5,783.50 200.00 95.00 6,969.00 312.00 1,206.82 1,637.14 13,868.50 564.49 45.00 668.05 238.08 5,000.00 530.63 238.89 922.54 664.32 14.19 100.50 36,184.00 200.00 95.00 6,969.00 312.00 1,206.82 1,637.14 13,868.50 564.49 45.00 668.05 238.08 5,000.00 769.52 1,601.05 100.50 Page:5 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 6 04/30/2020 10:47:01AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 201310 4/30/2020 001282 KNORR SYSTEMS INC HEATER SVC: TEM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 201311 4/30/2020 004905 LIEBERT, CASSIDY AND MAR HR LEGAL SVCS FOR W H ITMORE TE060-00001 201312 4/30/2020 003726 LIFE ASSIST INC EMERGENCY MED SUPPLIES - MEDIC 201313 4/30/2020 013982 M C I COMM SERVICE APR XXX-0346 GENERAL USAGE APR XXX-0714 GEN USAGE: PD MALL AL 201314 4/30/2020 020302 MARIS IMAGING SOLUTIONS DOCUMENT IMAGING SVCS: CITY LLC CLERK 201315 4/30/2020 011956 MATTHEWS, AARON EE CMPTR PURCHASE PRGM: MATTHEWS, A. 201316 4/30/2020 004043 MISSION ELECTRIC SUPPLY MISC LED LAMPS: PARKS: PW INC 201317 4/30/2020 004586 MOORE FENCE COMPANY INC UPGRADE GATE HRDWR: FOC 201318 4/30/2020 021803 MORALES, OLGA REFUND: 2 TEMECULA PRESENTS SHOWS 201319 4/30/2020 020946 MUSSON THEATRICAL INC SOUND/LIGHTING SUPPLIES: THEATER 201320 4/30/2020 001323 NESTLE WATERS NORTH 3/23 - 4/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: CITY AMERICA, DBA CNCL READYREFRESH 3/23 - 4/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: HELP CTR 3/23 - 4/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: TCC 3/23 - 4/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: THEATER 3/23 - 4/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: PBSP 3/23 - 4/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: AQUATICS 3/23 - 4/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: CRC 3/23 - 4/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: TVM 3/23 - 4/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: THEATER 3/23 - 4/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: MRC 3/23 - 4/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: SKATE PARI 201321 4/30/2020 021808 OTT, JAMES REFUND: ROD RUN 5/1-5/2 201322 4/30/2020 010338 POOL & ELECTRICAL VARIOUS SUPPLIES: AQUATIC PRODUCTS INC FACILITIES Amount Paid Check Total 1,358.45 1,358.45 2,166.00 2,166.00 1,125.56 1,125.56 33.68 31.73 65.41 9,115.39 9,115.39 1,398.57 1,398.57 86.56 86.56 6,915.80 6,915.80 173.20 173.20 175.35 175.35 43.71 28.74 28.69 17.38 17.22 16.30 11.95 8.69 8.69 8.69 8.61 198.67 35.00 35.00 115.14 115.14 Page.-6 apChkLst 04/30/2020 10:47:01AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 7 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 201323 4/30/2020 012366 PROJECTTOUCH HOMELESS PREVENTION PRGM: 1,060.00 1,060.00 SEARS 201324 4/30/2020 012366 PROJECT TOUCH HOMELESS PREVENTION PRGM: 805.00 805.00 CALDWELL 201325 4/30/2020 012366 PROJECT TOUCH HOMELESS PREVENTION PRGM: 805.00 805.00 ADU-BERKOH 201326 4/30/2020 008605 PSOMAS 2/28-3/26 CONSULT 810.00 810.00 SVC:PECH.PKWY,11-01 201327 4/30/2020 021602 PUBLIC RESTROOM COMPANY, DSGN, FABRICATION, INSTALL: RRSP 54,579.00 54,579.00 THE RSTRM,1 201328 4/30/2020 014494 R & R CONTROLS, INC WEB AND HVAC SYS UPGRADES:VAR 6,255.68 6,255.68 FACILITIES 201329 4/30/2020 004029 R J M DESIGN GROUP INC MAR MASTER PLAN:COMMUNITY 6,895.65 6,895.65 SERVICES 201330 4/30/2020 000907 RANCHO TEMECULA CAR MAR VEHICLE DETAILING SRVC:TEM 21.99 21.99 WASH SHERIFF 201331 4/30/2020 000406 RIVERSIDE CO SHERIFFS 1/30-2/26 LAW ENFORCEMENT 2,307,674.89 2,307,674.89 DEPT 201332 4/30/2020 001365 RIVERSIDE, COUNTY OF, RENEW PERMIT:CIVIC CENTER 842.00 842.00 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DEPT 201333 4/30/2020 001097 ROADLINE PRODUCTS INC PW TRAFFIC MAINT SUPPLIES 1,054.48 1,054.48 201334 4/30/2020 004274 SAFE AND SECURE LOCKSMITH SERVICES:VAR PARKS 67.59 67.59 LOCKSMITH SRVC 201335 4/30/2020 000278 SAN DIEGO UNION -TRIBUNE MAR LEGAL PUBLICATIONS: CITY 1,111.01 1,111.01 CLERK/PLNG 201336 4/30/2020 000278 SAN DIEGO UNION -TRIBUNE 5/6/20-5/4/21 SUBSCR:FIN 47545664 485.87 485.87 201337 4/30/2020 013695 SHRED -IT US JV LLC, DBA: MAR DOC SHRED SRVCS: CITY FACS 386.32 SHRED -IT USA LLC 3/16, 4/13 DOC SHRED SRVCS:TEM SHEI 40.22 426.54 201338 4/30/2020 013482 SILVERMAN ENTERPRISES APR 13-26 FACILITY SECURITY:PUMP 2,086.00 2,086.00 INC, DBA BAS SECURITY TRACK Page:? apChkLst Final Check List Page: 8 04/30/2020 10:47:01AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 201339 4/30/2020 020389 SITEONE LANDSCAPE SUPPLY, IRRIGATION MATERIALS: RANCHO LLC HIGHLANDS 201340 4/30/2020 000519 SOUTH COUNTY PEST EMERG PEST CNTRL SRVCS:TEE CONTROL INC DRIVE 4/14 PEST CONTROL SRVCS: OTA FIRE 201341 4/30/2020 017814 STC TRAFFIC INC MAR STREET LGHT PLN REVIEW & INSPECT SRV 201342 4/30/2020 002366 STEAM SUPERIOR CARPET CARPET CLEANING SRVCS:FOC CLEANING CARPET CLEANING SRVCS:C. MUSEUM CARPET CLEANING SRVCS:TVE2 201343 4/30/2020 003840 STRONGS PAINTING PAINTING SVC: THEATER 201344 4/30/2020 021802 SUNDSTROM, JENNIFER REFUND: STREET & ART PAINTING FESTIVAL 201345 4/30/2020 013387 SWEEPING UNLIMITED INC APR SWEEPING SRVCS:PARKING STRUCTURE 201346 4/30/2020 004209 TEMECULA SUNRISE ROTARY, APR-JUN BUS BENCH PLACEMENT& FOUNDATION MAINT:PW 201347 4/30/2020 003941 TEMECULA WINNELSON PLUMBING SUPPLIES:VARIOUS PARKS COMPANY PLUMBING SUPPLIES:CIVIC CENTER PLUMBING SUPPLIES:CIVIC CENTER 201348 4/30/2020 016670 TOTAL IMAGING SOLUTIONS, 4/16/20-4/15/21 SUPPORT LLC RENEWAL:LIBRARY 201349 4/30/2020 013474 TOWN & COUNTRY TOWING TOWING SVCS: TEM SHERIFF 201350 4/30/2020 020275 WALLACE & ASSOC FEB CONSTR MGMT CONSULTING INC SVC:PECH.PKWY,15-14 201351 4/30/2020 001881 WATER SAFETY PRODUCTS SUPPLIES: AQUATICS PRGM INC 201352 4/30/2020 001342 WAXIE SANITARY SUPPLY INC SUPPLIES:CRC CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES:VAR FACILITIES 201353 4/30/2020 020670 WEBB MUNICIPAL FINANCE SPECIAL TAX ADMINISTRATION FY LLC 19/20 201354 4/30/2020 008668 WES FLOWERS SUNSHINE FUND SUNSHINE FUND Amount Paid Check Total 601.39 601.39 94.00 48.00 142.00 1,497.50 1,497.50 1,250.00 425.00 400.00 2,075.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 100.00 100.00 540.00 540.00 2,233.75 2,233.75 561.80 512.87 481.43 1,556.10 835.00 835.00 325.00 325.00 6,777.00 6,777.00 418.66 418.66 391.66 156.67 548.33 20,668.99 20,668.99 61.43 61.43 122.86 PageB apChkLst Final Check List Page: 9 04/30/2020 10:47:01AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 201355 4/30/2020 003730 WEST COAST ARBORISTS INC 3/16-31 TREE MAINT:WOLF CREEK 3/16-31 TREE MAINT:CITYWIDE R-O-W 3/16-31 TREE MAINT:PARKS & MEDIANS 3/16-31 TREE MAINT:VAIL RANCH 201356 4/30/2020 000339 WEST PUBLISHING MAR CLEAR SUBSCRIPTION:TEM CORPORATION, SHERIFF DBA:THOMSON REUTERS 201357 4/30/2020 008402 WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO REG, CONSERVATION AUTHORITY Amount Paid Check Total 13,362.75 11,469.35 661.50 94.50 893.00 25,588.10 893.00 MAR'20 MSHCP PAYMENT 54,912.00 FEB'20 MSHCP PAYMENT 48,580.00 103,492.00 Grand total for UNION BANK: 3,133,477.32 Page9 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 10 04/30/2020 10:47:01AM CITY OF TEMECULA 114 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 3,133,477.32 Page:10 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 1 05/07/2020 11:29:23AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 8686 4/24/2020 000262 RANCHO CALIF WATER DISTRICT 8687 5/7/2020 002412 RICHARDS WATSON AND GERSHON 8688 4/29/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 8689 4/29/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 8690 4/29/2020 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 8691 4/29/2020 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 8692 4/30/2020 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 8693 4/30/2020 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 8694 4/30/2020 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 8695 5/1/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8696 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8697 5/1/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8698 5/1/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8699 5/1/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8700 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8701 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 8702 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON Description Amount Paid Check Total VARI MAR WATER 3003545 N GENERAL 6,596.58 6,596.58 KEARNY FEB 2020 LEGAL SERVICES 6,894.97 6,894.97 APR INTERNET SVCS- 41845 6TH ST 586.83 586.83 APR INTERNET SVCS- 28922 PUJOL ST 586.83 586.83 APR INTERNET SVCS- SKATE PARK 194.92 194.92 AND MPSC APR INTERNET SVCS- CITY HALL 295.98 295.98 APR INTERNET SVCS- MPSC 150.98 150.98 APR INTERNET SVCS- CITY HALL 2,695.79 2,695.79 APR INTERNET SVCS- CITY HALL 5,347.08 5,347.08 APR 2-35-164-3770 43487 13.22 13.22 BUTTERFIELD STG APR 2-28-904-7706 32329 OVERLAND 136.03 136.03 TRL APR 2-35-164-3242 44270 MEADOWS 11.68 11.68 PKWY APR 2-35-164-3515 32932 LEENA WAY 11.90 11.90 APR 2-35-164-3663 42335 MEADOWS 11.90 11.90 PKWY APR 2-21-981-4720 30153 TEM PKWY 15.72 15.72 APR 2-41-072-5246 29429 TEM PKWY 32.00 32.00 APR 2-31-419-2873 43000 HWY 395 10.88 10.88 Page:1 apChkLst 05/07/2020 11:29:23AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 2 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 8703 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-31-912-7494 28690 MERCEDES 1,178.77 1,178.77 ST 8704 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-19-171-8568 28300 MERCEDES 145.82 145.82 ST 8705 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-18-937-3152 28314 MERCEDES 357.15 357.15 ST 8706 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-29-657-2787 41638 11.03 11.03 WINCHESTER RD 8707 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-34-333-3589 41702 MAIN ST 11.13 11.13 8708 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-29-224-0173 32364 OVERLAND 1,596.95 1,596.95 TRL 8709 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-29-807-1093 28079 DIAZ RD 11.24 11.24 8710 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-29-807-1226 28077 DIAZ RD 11.24 11.24 8711 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-14-204-1615 30027 FRONT ST 19.64 19.64 8712 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-31-536-3481 41902 MAIN ST 123.70 123.70 8713 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-31-536-3655 41904 MAIN ST 1,255.03 1,255.03 8714 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-02-502-8077 43210 BUS PARK 185.20 185.20 DR 8715 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-00-397-5042 43200 BUS PARK 2,621.09 2,621.09 DR 8716 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-02-351-4946 41845 6TH ST 470.09 470.09 8717 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-32-903-8293 41000 MAIN ST 13,319.75 13,319.75 8718 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-41-502-0478 28402 MERCEDES 23.36 23.36 ST 8719 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-31-282-0665 27407 DIAZ RD 11.76 11.76 Paget apChkLst Final Check List Page: 3 O5/07/2020 11:29:23AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 8720 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-31-031-2616 27991 DIAZ RD 8721 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-29-933-3831 43230 BUS PARK DR 8722 5/4/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-35-421-1260 41955 4TH ST 8723 5/5/2020 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-31-536-3226 28690 MERCEDES ST 8724 4/9/2020 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 021817 DDS DENTAL SUPPLIES ZH COVID DISINFECTANT WIPES: PD 8725 5/5/2020 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC APR INTERNET SVCS- LIBRARY 8726 5/5/2020 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC APR INTERNET SVCS- FIRE STATION 73 8727 5/4/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE APR INTERNET SVCS- 40820 WINCHESTER RD 8728 5/4/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE APR INTERNET SVCS- 32364 OVERLAND TRL 8729 5/5/2020 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE APR INTERNET SVCS- 28300 MERCEDES ST 8730 5/5/2020 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER MAR WATER MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS DIST 8731 5/5/2020 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER MAR WATER MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS DIST 8732 5/5/2020 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER MAR WATER 39569 SERAPHINA RD DIST 8733 5/5/2020 001986 MUZAK LLC MAY DISH NETWORK: 41952 6TH ST 8734 5/5/2020 001986 MUZAK LLC MAY DISH NETWORK: 32131 BUTTERFIELD STG 8735 5/5/2020 001986 MUZAK LLC MAY DISH NETWORK: 43230 BUS PARK DR Amount Paid Check Total 11.76 11.76 2,092.13 2,092.13 10.89 10.89 1,493.20 1,493.20 201.82 201.82 190.98 190.98 121.84 121.84 586.83 586.83 58.99 58.99 586.83 586.83 25.74 25.74 25.74 25.74 154.80 154.80 56.10 56.10 155.08 155.08 166.27 166.27 Page:3 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 4 O5/07/2020 11:29:23AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 8736 5/5/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY APR 095-167-7907-2 30650 PAUBA RD 8737 5/5/2020 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY APR 125-244-2108-3 30600 PAUBA RD 201358 5/1/2020 000418 RIVERSIDE CO CLERK & NOE:ACCESS.DWELLING UNIT RECORDER ORD.LR19-1596 201359 5/1/2020 000418 RIVERSIDE CO CLERK & NOE:DENSITY BONUS ORD. AMEND. RECORDER LR19-1597 201360 5/7/2020 003951 ALL AMERICAN ASPHALT ASPHALT SUPPLIES: PW STREET 201361 5/7/2020 004422 AMERICAN BATTERY BATTERIES: CIVIC CTR CORPORATION, DBA AMERICAN BATTERY SUP 201362 5/7/2020 000747 AMERICAN PLANNING 6 MEMBERSHIP RENEWALS: ASSOCIATION PLANNERS 201363 5/7/2020 000101 APPLE ONE INC APR TEMP STAFF SVCS: HR 201364 5/7/2020 017797 ARTHUR J. GALLAGHER & CO., EWC FINALAUDIT: INSURANCE INSURANCE BROKERS OF CA 201365 5/7/2020 021400 AYERS ELECTRIC INC ELECTRICAL WORK/UPGRADES: CIVIC CTR 201366 5/7/2020 014293 BIBLIOTHECA LLC MOBILE INVENTORY WAND: LIBRARY 201367 5/7/2020 014284 BLAKELYS TRUCK SERVICE, VEHICLE/EQUIP REPAIRS:PW STREET AKA DONALD W BLAKELY MAINT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS: PW STREET MAP EQUIPMENT REPAIRS: PW STREET MAP EQUIPMENT REPAIRS: PW STREET MAP EQUIPMENT REPAIRS: PW STREET MAP EQUIPMENT REPAIRS: PW STREET MAP EQUIPMENT REPAIRS: PW STREET MAIP 201368 5/7/2020 021588 BRAUN PETER, DBA MAY PLANTSCAPE SVCS: CIVIC CTR TEMECULA PLANTSCAPE MAY PLANTSCAPE SVCS: LIBRARY 201369 5/7/2020 003138 CAL MAT, DBA VULCAN ASPHALT SUPPLIES: PW STREET MATERIALS CO 201370 5/7/2020 000638 CALIF DEPT OF 2020 1 ST QTR PMT:STRONG MOTION CONSERVATION (JAN-MAR) Amount Paid Check Total 210.68 210.68 219.27 219.27 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 383.50 383.50 65.45 65.45 2,735.00 2,735.00 123.66 123.66 4,686.00 4,686.00 6,500.00 6,500.00 4,418.38 4,418.38 440.98 108.00 66.15 54.00 90.00 171.00 108.00 1,038.13 500.00 200.00 700.00 174.71 174.71 5,326.72 5,326.72 Page:4 apChkLst 05/07/2020 11:29:2 3A M Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 201371 5/7/2020 000647 CALIF DEPT OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA (Continued) Description LICENSE RENEWAL: MORENO. R. 201372 5/7/2020 021349 CASA CENTER AGAINST SART EXAMS: TEM SHERIFF SEXUAL, ASSAULT OF SW RIV CO SART EXAMS: TEM SHERIFF SART EXAMS: TEM SHERIFF 201373 5/7/2020 018828 CASC ENGINEERING AND, CONSULTANT SVCS: YNEZ RD: CONSULTING INC PW17-17 MAR MISC ENG SVCS: WQMP/PLAN CK ; 201374 5/7/2020 004462 CDW LLC, DBA CDW MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP:INFO GOVERNMENT LLC TECH MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP:INFO TECF 201375 5/7/2020 009640 CERTIFION CORP DBA APR ONLINE DATABASE SUBSCR: ENTERSECT POLICE 201376 5/7/2020 016446 CHRISTIAN STITCHERY INC, BIKE DECALS: HIKE BIKE CITY DBA SO CAL IMPRESSIONS PRGM:PLNG 201377 5/7/2020 020455 CHS EDUCATION REFUND: CRC RENTAL 5/18/20 FOUNDATION, BASEBALL CANCELLED 201378 5/7/2020 000442 COMPUTER ALERT SYSTEMS ALARM SVC CALL: CIVIC CTR ALARM REPAIRS: CHILDRENS MUSEUM APR-JUN ALARM SYS MONITORINS: VAF JAN-MAR ALARM SYS MONITORING: VAF 201379 5/7/2020 010650 CRAFTSMEN PLUMBING & COUNTERTOPS/CABINETS: VAR HVAC INC LOCATIONS 201380 5/7/2020 001233 DANS FEED AND SEED INC MISC SUPPLIES: PW STREET MAINT MISC SUPPLIES: PW STREET MAINT 201381 5/7/2020 001393 DATA TICKET INC, DBA MAR CITATION PROCESSING:CSD REVENUE EXPERTS MAR PARKING CITATION PROCESSING: 201382 5/7/2020 012600 DAVID EVANS AND MAR DSGN SVCS: RRSP EXPANSION ASSOCIATES INC 18-03 201383 5/7/2020 002990 DAVID TURCH AND APR FEDERAL LOBBYING SVCS: CITY ASSOCIATES MGR MAR FEDERAL LOBBYING SVCS: CITY M FEB FEDERAL LOBBYING SVCS: CITY M, JAN FEDERAL LOBBYING SVCS: CITY Mf 201384 5/7/2020 003945 DIAMOND ENVIRONMENTAL PORTABLE TOILET SVCS: CORONA SRVCS VIRUS: PD Amount Paid 115.00 800.00 300.00 800.00 1,236.00 6,852.00 131.78 58.07 205.98 462.19 320.00 80.00 1,273.00 6,240.00 6,240.00 17.950.00 22.98 58.32 200.00 1,461.51 14,127.88 5,500.00 5,500.00 5,500.00 5,500.00 124.97 Page: 5 Check Total 115.00 1,900.00 8,088.00 189.85 205.98 462.19 320.00 13,833.00 17,950.00 81.30 1,661.51 14,127.88 22,000.00 124.97 Pages apChki-st O5/07/2020 11:29:23AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 6 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 201385 5/7/2020 004192 DOWNS ENERGY FUEL FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: BLDG 158.95 INSPECTORS FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PW CIP 124.37 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: STREET MAI 961.99 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TRAFFIC DIV 240.10 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TCSD 213.29 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: FIRE DEPT 91.11 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PARK MAINT 740.66 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: LAND DEV 71.02 2,601.49 201386 5/7/2020 020904 ECONOMIC ALTERNATIVES INC MAY CONDENSER H2O SYST MAINT: 525.00 525.00 CIVIC CTR 201387 5/7/2020 013367 ELECTRO INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY MISC SMALL TOOLS EQUIP: PW 657.47 657.47 TRAFFIC 201388 5/7/2020 002577 ENGINEERING RESOURCES MAR ENG SVCS: SIDEWALK: 5TH ST: 2,648.50 2,648.50 PW20-02 201389 5/7/2020 001056 EXCEL LANDSCAPE INC LDSCPNG: RANCHO CAL RD MEDIANS 4,642.00 LNDSCP REPAIR: MARGARITA RD MEDIF 8,010.00 12,652.00 201390 5/7/2020 019469 FALCON ENGINEERING APR CONST MGMT SVCS:ULT. 11,711.26 11,711.26 SERVICES INTRCHG,PW04-08 201391 5/7/2020 009953 FEDERAL CLEANING MAY JANITORIAL SRVCS: POLICE 1,167.06 1,167.06 CONTRACTORS, DBA FEDERAL MALL OFC BLDG SERVICES 201392 5/7/2020 000165 FEDERAL EXPRESS INC 4/15 EXP MAIL SVCS: POLICE 60.13 60.13 201393 5/7/2020 016436 FRICK, TRACY MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL: CARBONITE 83.99 83.99 201394 5/7/2020 021527 GIANT DESIGN ART WORK/MERCHANDISE:TEM ROD 9,192.00 9,192.00 RUN 201395 5/7/2020 000177 GLENNIES OFFICE PRODUCTS OFC SUPPLIES - BLDG & SAFETY 228.32 INC MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PREVENTION FIRE 76.02 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FIRE STA 84 45.03 349.37 Page6 apChkLst O5/07/2020 11:29:23AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 7 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 201396 5/7/2020 000186 HANKS HARDWARE INC MAINT SUPPLIES: LIBRARY 12.00 MAINT SUPPLIES: THEATER 99.87 HDWRE SUPPLIES: VARI FIRE STATIONS -98.70 MAINT SUPPLIES: CHILDREN'S MUSEUM 125.81 MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP: PW - TRAP 349.34 MAINT SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 1,175.61 MAINT SUPPLIES: STREET MAINT 1,165.31 HDWRE SUPPLIES: VARI FIRE STATIONS 243.12 MAINT SUPPLIES: CRC 375.47 MISC SUPPLIES: HARVESTON LAKE PAF 165.56 MAINT SUPPLIES: VARI PARKS 1,447.62 MAINT SUPPLIES: TVM 161.16 MAINT SUPPLIES: TCC 53.07 MAINT SUPPLIES: MPSC 65.91 5,341.15 201397 5/7/2020 020628 HASA INC VARIOUS SUPPLIES: AQUATIC 756.44 756.44 FACILITIES 201398 5/7/2020 002109 HD SUPPLY CONSTR. SUPPLY MISC SUPPLIES: PW STREET MAINT 699.22 699.22 LTD, DBA HDS WHITE CAP CONST 201399 5/7/2020 000520 HDL COREN AND CONE APR-JUN PROP TAX CONSULTING: 5,625.00 5,625.00 FINANCE 201400 5/7/2020 010210 HOME DEPOT SUPPLY INC MISC SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 86.28 PAINT SUPPLIES:CRC 188.14 274.42 201401 5/7/2020 005579 INLAND EMPIRE PROPERTY, WEED ABATEMENT SVCS - CODE 885.00 885.00 SERVICES, INC ENFORCEMENT 201402 5/7/2020 015923 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC COMPUTER LOAN PURCHASES: 1,488.62 1,488.62 CLEMENTS, B. 201403 5/7/2020 021815 IRASUSTA, JENNIFER REFUND: TCC RENTAL 6/6 CANCELLED 606.00 606.00 201404 5/7/2020 012285 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY MISC SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 141.38 MISC SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 985.77 MISC SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 123.45 1,250.60 201405 5/7/2020 003726 LIFE ASSIST INC EMERGENCY MED SUPPLIES - MEDIC 182.70 182.70 201406 5/7/2020 002634 LITELINES INC LIGHT POLE PARTS: OLD TOWN 1,003.75 1,003.75 STREET Page:? apChkLst O5/07/2020 11:29:23AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 8 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 201407 5/7/2020 003782 MAIN STREET SIGNS, DBA CITY STREET SIGNAGE: PW STREET 425.61 ATHACO INC MAINT CITY STREET SIGNAGE: PW STREET MP 1,938.42 CITY STREET SIGNAGE: PW STREET MP 5,623.31 7,987.34 201408 5/7/2020 000944 MCCAIN TRAFFIC SUPPLY INC TRAFFIC SFTWR MAINT RENEWAL: 11,150.00 11,150.00 PW 201409 5/7/2020 010918 MENZIMER, KRISTAL REIMB:CPRS CONF: 3/11-3/13 98.21 98.21 201410 5/7/2020 019823 MERCHANTS BLDG MAINT LLC MAR JANITORIAL SVCS:VAR CITY 14,688.84 14,688.84 FACS 201411 5/7/2020 018314 MICHAEL BAKER 2/15-3/29 PROF SVCS: YNEZ RD, 19,908.64 19,908.64 INTERNATIONAL PW17-17 201412 5/7/2020 021816 MILIOTO, MONIR REFUND: PARENT & ME SWIM 45.00 45.00 LESSONS 201413 5/7/2020 004043 MISSION ELECTRIC SUPPLY ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 151.19 INC ELECTRIC SUPPLY: THEATER 77.11 228.30 201414 5/7/2020 010990 MOORE IACOFANO GOLTSMAN JUN-FEB ON CALL CONSULT SVCS: 11,150.00 INC, DBA M I G PLANNING APR -MAY ON CALL CONSULT SVCS: PLA 1,118.55 MAR ON CALL CONSULTING SVCS: PLAP 1,136.25 13,404.80 201415 5/7/2020 004040 MORAMARCO ANTHONY J, GRAPHIC DESIGN:TCSD ADMIN 2,250.00 2,250.00 DBA BIGFOOT GRAPHICS 201416 5/7/2020 009337 NV5 INC MAR PROJ MGT SVCS:MRC, PW17-21 10,890.00 10,890.00 201417 5/7/2020 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE CITY VEHICLE MAINT SVCS:PW LAND 3,503.58 3,503.58 DEV 201418 5/7/2020 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE CITY VEHICLE MAINT SVCS:POLICE 571.53 571.53 201419 5/7/2020 019851 ORTIZ ENTERPRISES INC PRGS PMT #32:ULT. INTRCHG, 20,292.85 20,292.85 PW04-08 201420 5/7/2020 000249 PETTY CASH PETTY CASH REIMBURSEMENT 960.98 960.98 201421 5/7/2020 012366 PROJECT TOUCH HOMELESS PREV PRGM: JOHNSON 1,140.00 1,140.00 201422 5/7/2020 012366 PROJECT TOUCH HOMELESS PREV PRGM: STRONG 960.00 960.00 Page:8 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 9 05/07/2020 11:29:23AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 201423 5/7/2020 005075 PRUDENTIAL OVERALL SUPPLY 201424 5/7/2020 020127 QUINN COMPANY 201425 5/7/2020 001592 RIVERSIDE CO INFO TECHNOLOGY 201426 5/7/2020 000406 RIVERSIDE CO SHERIFFS DEPT 201427 5/7/2020 001365 RIVERSIDE, COUNTY OF, ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DEPT (Continued) Description APR UNIFORM/FLR MATS/TWL RNTL:PARKS/CV C APR UNIFORM/FLR MATS/TOWEL RENT:( EQUIP RENTAL:PW STREET MAINT MAR EMERG RADIO RENTAL: TEM SHERIFF 2/27-3/25 LAW ENFORCEMENT QOL TRAFFIC DUI SATURATION 3/6 JAN-MAR '20 VECTOR CONTROL SRVCS 201428 5/7/2020 005585 ROMINE, MARIA REIMB:CODE ENF UNIFORMS 201429 5/7/2020 004274 SAFE AND SECURE LOCKSMITH SRVCS: POLICE LOCKSMITH SRVC SUBSTATION 201430 5/7/2020 014783 SOFTRESOURCES, LLC DEMO PREP/FACILITATION:MUNIS FIN SYS 201431 5/7/2020 002503 SOUTH COAST AIR QUALITY, FY19/20ANN'L OPS FEES:CRC MANAGEMENT DISTRICT FY19/20 EMISSIONS FEE:CRC 201432 5/7/2020 002503 SOUTH COASTAIR QUALITY, FY19/20AQMD FEE:CRC MANAGEMENT DISTRICT FY19/20 AQMD FEE:STN 84 201433 5/7/2020 000519 SOUTH COUNTY PEST APR PEST CONTROL SRVCS: WOLF CONTROL INC CRK PRK 201434 5/7/2020 000161 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC MAR IMPLEMENT/TRNG SVC:TYLER EXECUTIME 201435 5/7/2020 002702 U S POSTAL SERVICE MAR'20 POSTAGE METER DEPOSIT 201436 5/7/2020 007766 UNDERGROUND SERVICE APR UNDRGRND UTILITY LOCATOR ALERT, OF SOUTHERN ALERTS:PW T CALIFORNIA APR UNDRGRND UTILITY LOCATOR ALE 201437 5/7/2020 012549 UPODIUM, AKA JOHN VEHICLE MAINT SUPPLIES:STA95 FONTEYN VEHICLE MAINT SUPPLIES:STA95 VEHICLE MAINT SUPPLIES:STA95 Amount Paid Check Total 628.00 666.66 952.82 2,359.72 2,483,383.65 1,747.92 1,592.87 144.80 46.22 5,180.00 421.02 136.40 137.63 137.63 49.00 437.50 2,238.20 105.60 173.35 66.87 142.72 28.87 1,294.66 952.82 2,359.72 2,485,131.57 1,592.87 144.80 46.22 5,180.00 557.42 275.26 49.00 437.50 2,238.20 278.95 238.46 Page9 apChkLst O5/07/2020 11:29:23AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 10 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 201438 5/7/2020 009101 VISION ONE INC, DBA APR SHOWARE TICKETING 0.80 0.80 ACCESSO SHOWARE SRVCS:THEATER 201439 5/7/2020 001342 WAXIE SANITARY SUPPLY INC JANITORIAL SUPPLIES:EOC/COVID-19 490.58 SURGICAL MASKS: EOC 497.80 988.38 201440 5/7/2020 003730 WEST COAST ARBORISTS INC 4/1-15 TREE MAINT:VAIL RANCH 6,331.50 4/1-15 TREE MAINT:WOLF CREEK 9,072.00 4/1-15 TREE MAINT:PARKS & MEDIANS 189.00 15,592.50 Grand total for UNION BANK: 2,843,826.79 Page:10 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 11 O5/07/2020 11:29:23AM CITY OF TEMECULA 135 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 2,843,826.79 Page:11 Item No. 4 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Jennifer Hennessy, Director of Finance DATE: May 26, 2020 SUBJECT: Approve the City Treasurer's Report as of March 31, 2020 PREPARED BY: Rudy J. Graciano, Fiscal Services Manager RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approve and file the City Treasurer's Report as of March 31, 2020. BACKGROUND: Government Code Sections 53646 and 41004 require reports to the City Council regarding the City's investment portfolio, receipts, and disbursements respectively. Adequate funds will be available to meet budgeted and actual expenditures of the City for the next six months. Current market values are derived from the Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) reports, Union Bank of California trust and custody statements, and from US Bank trust statements. Attached is the City Treasurer's Report that provides this information. The City's investment portfolio is in compliance with the statement of investment policy and Government Code Sections 53601 and 53635 as of March 31, 2020. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: City Treasurer's Report as of March 31, 2020 f.. City of Temecula Portfolio Managment Treasury Report 41000 Main Street Portfolio Management Temecula, CA 92590 PAY g (951)694-6430 Portfolio Summary March 31, 2020 Par Market Book % of Days to YTM YTM Investments Value Value Value Portfolio Term Maturity 360 Equiv. 365 Equiv. Managed Pool Accounts 47,138,737.44 47,138,737.44 47,138,737.44 33.14 1 1 0.884 0.896 Retention Escrow Account 873,104.34 873,104.34 873,104.34 0.61 1 1 0.056 0.057 Letter of Credit 2.00 2.00 2.00 0.00 1 1 0.000 0.000 Trust Accounts 10,863,056.33 10,863,056.33 10,863,056.33 7.64 1 1 6.372 6.460 Local Agency Investment Funds 63,370,244.44 63,844,318.19 63,370,244.44 44.55 1 1 1.763 1.787 Federal Agency Callable Securities 13,000,000.00 13,115,900.00 13,000,000.00 9.14 1,343 482 1.729 1.753 Federal Agency Bullet Securities 7,000,000.00 7,174,050.00 7,000,000.00 4.92 1,122 730 2.001 2.029 142,245,144.55 143,009,168.30 142,245,144.55 100.00% 179 81 1.822 1.847 Investments Cash Passbook/Checking 3,578,437.36 3,578,437.36 3,578,437.36 1 1 0.000 0.000 (not included in yield calculations) Total Cash and Investments 145,823,581.91 146,587,605.66 145,823,581.91 179 81 1.822 1.847 Total Earnings March 31 Month Ending Fiscal Year To Date Current Year 268,081.89 810,251.69 Average Daily Balance 148,139,143.45 140,228,621.30 Effective Rate of Return 2.13% 0.77% Reporting period 03/01/2020-03/31/2020 Portfolio TEME Data Updated: SET_MTH: 05/06/2020 11:05 NL! CP Run Date: 05/06/2020 - 11:05 PM (PRF_PM1) 7.3.0 Report Ver. 7.3.6.1 Portfolio Managment Treasury Report Portfolio Management Portfolio Details - Investments March 31, 2020 Page 1 Average Purchase Stated YTM YTM Days to Maturity CUSIP Investment # Issuer Balance Date Par Value Market Value Book Value Rate 360 365 Maturity Date Managed Pool Accounts 233358001-6 01-2 BOND F First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 11,351.37 11,351.37 11,351.37 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 233358006-6 01-2 REF RES First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 508,108.27 508,108.27 508,108.27 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 233358000-6 01-2 REF ST First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 359,418.97 359,418.97 359,418.97 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 276213009-6 03-02 COI First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 276213008-6 03-02 IMPR First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 581.49 581.49 581.49 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 276213006-6 03-02 RES First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 749,039.36 749,039.36 749,039.36 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 164741002-6 03-03 BOND F First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 164741008-6 03-03IMP First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 227,837.03 227,837.03 227,837.03 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 164741006-6 03-03RES First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 408.62 408.62 408.62 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 164741000-6 03-03SPEC First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 719,833.20 719,833.20 719,833.20 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 164742002-6 03-06 BOND F First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.630 1.608 1.630 1 164742000-6 03-06SPEC First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 103,572.96 103,572.96 103,572.96 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 229462007-6 03-1 2012 RF First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 3.80 3.80 3.80 0.260 0.256 0.260 1 229462002--6 03-1 BOND FD First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 2,190.84 2,190.84 2,190.84 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 229462009-6 03-1 COI First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 229462006-6 03-1 RESERV First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 17,582.44 17,582.44 17,582.44 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 229462000-6 03-1 SPECF First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 348,164.76 348,164.76 348,164.76 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 94669921-6 03-1ACQ11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.870 0.858 0.870 1 94669911-6 03-1ACQA11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94669917-6 03-1 RES First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94669916-6 03-1 RESB11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94669000-6 03-1 SPTAX11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 276213002-6 03-2 REFU First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 17,091.17 17,091.17 17,091.17 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 276213000-6 03-2 SPEC First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 246,771.79 246,771.79 246,771.79 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 94686001-6 03-4ADMIN11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 533.28 533.28 533.28 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 94686005-6 034PREP11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 13.65 13.65 13.65 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 94686000-6 034RED11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 150,048.08 150,048.08 150,048.08 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 94686006-6 034RES11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 21,735.09 21,735.09 21,735.09 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 276213022-6 16-01 BOND F First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 69,256.09 69,256.09 69,256.09 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 276213023-6 16-01 CAPINT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.870 0.858 0.870 1 276213029-6 16-01 COI First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 276213028-6 16-01 IMP First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 6,714,128.27 6,714,128.27 6,714,128.27 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 276213026-6 16-01 RESERV First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 3,184,076.80 3,184,076.80 3,184,076.80 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 276213020-6 16-01 SPECF First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 1,460,010.89 1,460,010.89 1,460,010.89 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 218848001-6 2017A&BINT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 1,406.75 1,406.75 1,406.75 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 218848008-6 2017ABPRIORP First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 17,932.80 17,932.80 17,932.80 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 218848013-2 2017B COI First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 218848000-6 2017B IDS First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 1,600,434.46 1,600,434.46 1,600,434.46 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 Data Updated: SET _MTH: 05/06/2020 11:05 Run Date: 05/06/2020 - 11:05 Portfolio TEME NLI CP PM (PRF_PM2) 7.3.0 Report Ver. 7.3.6.1 Portfolio Managment Treasury Report Portfolio Management Portfolio Details - Investments March 31, 2020 Page 2 Average Purchase Stated YTM YTM Days to Maturity CUSIP Investment # Issuer Balance Date Par Value Market Value Book Value Rate 360 365 Maturity Date Managed Pool Accounts 218848002-6 2017B PRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 981.00 981.00 981.00 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 218848009-6 2017B_PROJ First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 13,103,986.99 13,103,986.99 13,103,986.99 0.370 0.365 0.370 1 233358009-6 233358009-6 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94434160-6 RDA-021NT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94434161-6 RDA-02PRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 107886000-6 RDA-06AINT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 107886001-6 RDA06APRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 107886010-6 RDA06BINT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 107886011-6 RDA06BPRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.680 0.671 0.680 1 107886016-6 RDA06BRES First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.940 0.927 0.940 1 107886020-6 RDA071NT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 107886021-6 RDA07PRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.930 0.917 0.930 1 107886028-6 RDA07PROJ First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.940 0.927 0.940 1 107886026-6 RDA07RES First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.940 0.927 0.940 1 136343008-6 RDA10APROJ First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 136343018-6 RDA10BPROJ First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 136343000-6 RDA10INT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 136343001-6 RDA10PRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 136343006-6 RDA10RSRV First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 146161000-6 RDA11AINT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 146161001-6 RDA11APRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94669902-3 03-1 BOND3 First American Treasury 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94434160-1 RDA 02 INT1 First American Treasury 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.010 0.010 0.010 1 94434161-2 RDA 02 PRIN2 First American Treasury 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.010 0.010 0.010 1 136343018-2 RDA 10B CIP2 First American Treasury 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.010 0.010 0.010 1 146161008-3 RDA11APROJ Federated Institutional Tax Fr 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.800 0.789 0.800 1 146161006-3 RDA11ARSRV Federated Institutional Tax Fr 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94669921-5 03-01 ACQ11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 94669911-5 03-01 ACQA11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 94669917-5 03-01 RES Federated Tax Free Obligations 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94669906-5 03-01 RESA11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.001 0.001 0.001 1 94669916-5 03-01 RESB11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 94669000-5 03-01SPTAX11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 164742006-5 03-06 RES Federated Tax Free Obligations 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 164742000-5 03-06 SPEC Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 94669902-5 03-1 bond fd Federated Tax Free Obligations 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94686001-5 03-4 ADMIN11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 94686005-5 03-4 PREP11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 Data Updated: SET _MTH: 05/06/2020 11:05 Run Date: 05/06/2020 - 11:05 Portfolio TEME NLI CP PM (PRF_PM2) 7.3.0 Portfolio Managment Treasury Report Portfolio Management Portfolio Details - Investments March 31, 2020 Page 3 Average Purchase Stated YTM YTM Days to Maturity CUSIP Investment # Issuer Balance Date Par Value Market Value Book Value Rate 360 365 Maturity Date Managed Pool Accounts 94686006-5 034 RES11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 94669917-1 03-01-1 RES CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.787 1.763 1.787 1 276213008-1 03-02 IMP CA Local Agency Investment Fun 14,851,428.67 14,851,428.67 14,851,428.67 1.787 1.763 1.787 1 164742006-1 03-06 RES-1 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 327,724.40 327,724.40 327,724.40 1.787 1.763 1.787 1 229462007-1 03-1 2012 RE CA Local Agency Investment Fun 803,968.84 803,968.84 803,968.84 1.787 1.763 1.787 1 94669911-1 03-1 ACQ A2 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.787 1.763 1.787 1 94669921-1 03-1 ACQ B2 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.787 1.763 1.787 1 744727011-1 03-3 ACQ 2 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.787 1.763 1.787 1 164741006-1 0303-1 RES CA Local Agency Investment Fun 1,518,670.62 1,518,670.62 1,518,670.62 1.787 1.763 1.787 1 107886028-1 RDA 07 PRO-1 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.787 1.763 1.787 1 107886026-1 RDA 07 RES-1 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.787 1.763 1.787 1 136343018-1 RDA 10B CIP1 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.787 1.763 1.787 1 229462020-0 03-01 CASH USBANK 444.69 444.69 444.69 0.000 0.000 1 233358050-1 01-2 SPECESC U.S. Treasury 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.360 0.355 0.360 1 Subtotal and Average 47,214,279.52 47,138,737.44 47,138,737.44 47,138,737.44 0.884 0.896 1 Retention Escrow Account PACIFIC PREMIER 20190607-882 PACIFIC PREMIER 08/01/2019 89,200.38 89,200.38 89,200.38 0.000 0.000 1 218848050-0 2002 ESCROW USBANK 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 218848060-0 2006AESCRO USBANK 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 218848070-0 2006BESCRO USBANK 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 218848080-0 2007ESCROW USBANK 07/01/2019 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 229462020-2 03-01 ESCROW U.S. Treasury 783,903.96 783,903.96 783,903.96 0.063 0.062 0.063 1 Subtotal and Average 876,305.51 873,104.34 873,104.34 873,104.34 0.056 0.057 1 Letter of Credit 218848006-1 2017B RESER ASSURED GUARANTY MUNICIPAL CDR 07/01/2019 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.000 0.000 1 233358006-1 01-2 REFRESI ASSURANCE CO BOND INSURANCE 07/01/2019 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.000 0.000 1 Subtotal and Average 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 0.000 0.000 1 Trust Accounts 6746058700 PARS Pension US Bank Trust 10,863,056.33 10,863,056.33 10,863,056.33 6.460 6.372 6.460 1 Subtotal and Average 12,024,056.95 10,863,056.33 10,863,056.33 10,863,056.33 6.372 6.460 1 Local Agency Investment Funds SYSCITY CITY CA Local Agency Investment Fun 33,381,779.33 33,631,508.92 33,381,779.33 1.787 1.763 1.787 1 SYSRDA RDA CA Local Agency Investment Fun 1,864.24 1,878.19 1,864.24 1.787 1.763 1.787 1 SYSTCSD TCSD CA Local Agency Investment Fun 29,986,600.87 30,210,931.08 29,986,600.87 1.787 1.763 1.787 1 Portfolio TEME Data Updated: SET _MTH: 05/06/2020 11:05 NLI CP Run Date: 05/06/2020 - 11:05 PM (PRF_PM2) 7.3.0 Portfolio Managment Treasury Report Portfolio Management Portfolio Details - Investments March 31, 2020 Page 4 Average Purchase Stated YTM YTM Days to Maturity CUSIP Investment # Issuer Balance Date Par Value Market Value Book Value Rate 360 365 Maturity Date Subtotal and Average 64,996,050.89 63,370,244.44 63,844,318.19 63,370,244.44 1.763 1.787 1 Federal Agency Callable Securities 3133ELFX7 01252 Federal Farm Credit Bank 12/30/2019 1,000,000.00 1,009,570.00 1,000,000.00 1.650 1.627 1.650 638 12/30/2021 3130AANA2 01227 Federal Home Loan Bank 01/30/2017 1,000,000.00 1,004,950.00 1,000,000.00 1.750 1.726 1.750 120 07/30/2020 3130ABYY6 01235 Federal Home Loan Bank 08/24/2017 1,000,000.00 1,013,240.00 1,000,000.00 1.750 1.726 1.750 329 02/24/2021 3130ACN83 01238 Federal Home Loan Bank 10/30/2017 1,000,000.00 1,001,660.00 1,000,000.00 1.700 1.677 1.700 44 05/15/2020 3134G8PP8 01220 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 03/30/2016 1,000,000.00 1,004,040.00 1,000,000.00 1.500 1.661 1.684 182 09/30/2020 3134GBAB8 01229 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 03/27/2017 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.670 1.647 1.670 27 03/27/2020 3134GBGZ9 01232 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 04/27/2017 1,000,000.00 1,029,040.00 1,000,000.00 2.000 1.964 1.991 666 01/27/2022 3134GBNK4 01234 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 05/30/2017 1,000,000.00 1,001,970.00 1,000,000.00 1.625 1.603 1.625 58 05/29/2020 3134GBL42 01237 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 09/28/2017 1,000,000.00 1,004,870.00 1,000,000.00 1.670 1.647 1.670 180 09/28/2020 3134GSMF9 01246 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 05/30/2018 1,000,000.00 1,026,600.00 1,000,000.00 3.000 2.959 3.000 1,150 05/26/2023 3134GU6D7 01253 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 01/28/2020 1,000,000.00 1,007,610.00 1,000,000.00 1.650 1.627 1.650 1,213 07/28/2023 3136G3CL7 01218 Federal National Mtg Assn 03/24/2016 1,000,000.00 1,002,620.00 1,000,000.00 1.420 1.401 1.420 176 09/24/2020 3136G3TE5 01221 Federal National Mtg Assn 06/29/2016 1,000,000.00 1,002,390.00 1,000,000.00 1.250 1.233 1.250 89 06/29/2020 3136G4UL5 01255 Federal National Mtg Assn 02/26/2020 1,000,000.00 1,007,340.00 1,000,000.00 1.650 1.627 1.650 1,426 02/26/2024 Subtotal and Average 13,838,709.68 13,000,000.00 13,115,900.00 13,000,000.00 1.729 1.753 482 Federal Agency Bullet Securities 3133EJT74 01249 Federal Farm Credit Bank 11/15/2018 1,000,000.00 1,041,960.00 1,000,000.00 3.050 3.008 3.050 593 11/15/2021 3133ELMA9 01254 Federal Farm Credit Bank 02/07/2020 1,000,000.00 1,027,440.00 1,000,000.00 1.420 1.401 1.420 1,223 08/07/2023 3133ELTU8 01256 Federal Farm Credit Bank 03/18/2020 1,000,000.00 1,011,800.00 1,000,000.00 0.920 0.907 0.920 1,447 03/18/2024 3130ADEB4 01240 Federal Home Loan Bank 01/12/2018 1,000,000.00 1,014,410.00 1,000,000.00 2.125 2.096 2.125 286 01/12/2021 3130ADR79 01243 Federal Home Loan Bank 03/20/2018 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.300 2.268 2.300 20 03/20/2020 3130ADSJ2 01244 Federal Home Loan Bank 03/08/2018 1,000,000.00 1,020,410.00 1,000,000.00 2.460 2.426 2.460 341 03/08/2021 3130AHF81 01251 Federal Home Loan Bank 10/25/2019 1,000,000.00 1,019,340.00 1,000,000.00 1.600 1.578 1.600 572 10/25/2021 3135GOU92 01250 Federal National Mtg Assn 01/11/2019 1,000,000.00 1,038,690.00 1,000,000.00 2.625 2.589 2.625 650 01/11/2022 Subtotal and Average 7,064,516.13 7,000,000.00 7,174,050.00 7,000,000.00 2.001 2.029 730 Total and Average 148,139,143.45 142,245,144.55 143,009,168.30 142,245,144.55 1.822 1.847 81 Data Updated: SET _MTH: 05/06/2020 11:05 Run Date: 05/06/2020 - 11:05 Portfolio TEME NLI CP PM (PRF_PM2) 7.3.0 Portfolio Managment Treasury Report Portfolio Management Portfolio Details - Cash March 31, 2020 Page 5 Average Purchase Stated YTM YTM Days to CUSIP Investment # Issuer Balance Date Par Value Market Value Book Value Rate 360 365 Maturity Passbook/Checking Accounts 1453718479 WORKERS BANK OF AMERICA MERRILL LYNC 07/01/2019 14,652.48 14,652.48 14,652.48 0.000 0.000 1 SYSPetty Cash Petty Cash City of Temecula 07/01/2019 3,911.00 3,911.00 3,911.00 0.000 0.000 1 SYSGen Ck Acct Gen Ck Acct Union Bank of California 3,551,035.38 3,551,035.38 3,551,035.38 0.000 0.000 1 SYSParking Ck PARKING CITA Union Bank of California 07/01/2019 8,838.50 8,838.50 8,838.50 0.000 0.000 1 Average Balance 0.00 1 Total Cash and Investments Data Updated: SET _MTH: 05/06/2020 11:05 Run Date: 05/06/2020 - 11:05 148,139,143.45 145,823,581.91 146,587,605.66 145,823,581.91 1.822 1.847 81 Portfolio TEME NL! CP PM (PRF_PM2) 7.3.0 Cash and Investments Report CITY OF TEMECULA Throuah March 2020 Fund # Fund Name Beainnina Balance Receipts Disbursements Fund Total 001 GENERAL FUND $ 37.793.673.68 $ 8.894.263.16 $ 12.449.513.09 $ 34.238.423.75 002 MEASURE S FUND 10.811.747.06 2.036.867.72 4.451.450.75 8.397.164.03 100 STATE GAS TAX FUND 347.873.28 177.723.69 525.596.97 102 RMRA-ROAD MAINTENANCE REHABILITATION ACT 576.255.90 162.230.74 738.486.64 103 STREETS MAINTENANCE FUND 2.177.465.40 388.716.59 2.566.181.99 106 JEFFERSON STREET IN LIEU FEES 493.586.24 2.070.01 495.656.25 120 DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FUND 3.014.009.10 325.061.15 - 3.339.070.25 125 PEG PUBLIC EDUCATION & GOVERNMENT 411.435.24 2.064.25 51.198.84 362.300.65 145 TEMECULA ENERGY EFFICIENCY ASSET TEAM 195.943.23 1.147.29 - 197.090.52 150 AB 2766 FUND 204.024.67 35.470.31 239.494.98 160 SUPPLEMENTAL LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES 16.951.95 183.44 17.135.39 161 TEMECULA MAJOR CRIMES REWARD FUND 26.787.02 156.85 - 26.943.87 165 AFFORDABLE HOUSING 601.217.97 1.325.479.83 35.057.40 1.891.640.40 170 MEASURE A FUND 5.966.777.83 674.446.39 37.323.00 6.603.901.22 190 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT 377.365.80 2.107.782.24 1.228.675.59 1.256.472.45 192 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "B" STREET LIGHTS - 43.241.76 43.218.05 23.71 194 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "D" REFUSE/RECYCLING 433.561.90 7.520.76 4.548.11 436.534.55 195 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "R" STREET/ROAD MAINT 20.721.34 116.82 - 20.838.16 196 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "L" LAKE PARK MAINT. 413.757.79 3.055.34 15.054.23 401.758.90 197 TEMECULA LIBRARY FUND 288.124.46 237.071.23 117.393.05 407.802.64 198 PUBLIC ART 48.954.81 2.713.01 - 51.667.82 210 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT FUND 16.270.980.54 199.920.38 2.873.580.78 13.597.320.14 275 CFD 03-3 WOLF CREEK IMPROVEMENT FUND 227.573.43 263.60 227.837.03 277 CFD-RORIPAUGH 14.993.960.48 831.82 14.994.792.30 278 CFD-RORIPAUGH II 6.706.360.26 7.768.01 - 6.714.128.27 300 INSURANCE FUND 1.060.766.29 151.528.22 20.301.28 1.191.993.23 305 WORKER'S COMPENSATION 1.904.974.33 11.143.10 15.588.75 1.900.528.68 310 VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT FUND 1.817.670.69 186.247.05 11.004.95 1.992.912.79 320 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 696.004.45 969.118.15 286.033.68 1.379.088.92 325 TECHNOLOGY REPLACEMENT FUND 1.393.684.24 182.732.88 8.800.00 1.567.617.12 330 CENTRAL SERVICES - 88.979.00 35.831.31 53.147.69 335 CENTRAL SERVICES 324.788.21 20.365.95 - 345.154.16 340 FACILITIES 436.419.53 343.876.61 125.870.56 654.425.58 350 FACILITY REPLACEMENT FUND 65.217.37 133.556.41 - 198.773.78 380 SARDA DEBT SERVICE FUND 14.846.945.54 179.714.74 301.917.28 14.724.743.00 381 REDEVELOPMEN PROPERTY TAX TRUST - 304.172.60 164.144.52 140.028.08 460 CFD 88-12 DEBT SERVICE FUND 93.945.34 550.07 - 94.495.41 472 CFD 01-2 HARVESTON A&B DEBT SERVICE 1.186.079.36 1.541.72 256.851.50 930.769.58 473 CFD 03-1 CROWNE HILL DEBT SERVICE FUND 2.185.161.38 12.974.36 199.420.36 1.998.715.38 474 AD 03-4 JOHN WARNER ROAD DEBT SERVICE 198.294.53 293.44 6.330.33 192.257.64 475 CFD 03-3 WOLF CREEK DEBT SERVICE FUND 3.088.088.26 3.562.48 451.753.78 2.639.896.96 476 CFD 03-6 HARVESTON 2 DEBT SERVICE FUND 544.866.46 456.84 66.557.84 478.765.46 477 CFD 03-02 RORIPAUGH DEBT SERVICE FUND 1.247.409.41 1.628.21 186.196.78 1.062.840.84 478 CFD-RORIPAUGH II 6.004.684.64 6.851.10 1.261.123.46 4.750.412.28 501 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 1 SADDLEWOOD 10.205.29 35.37 2.923.38 7.317.28 502 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 2 WINCHESTER CREEK 99.992.18 555.12 2.161.04 98.386.26 503 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 3 RANCHO HIGHLANDS 40.350.54 188.79 5.867.41 34.671.92 504 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 4 THE VINEYARDS 3.161.91 226.67 615.62 2.772.96 505 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 5 SIGNET SERIES 29.509.16 297.85 10.723.92 19.083.09 506 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 6 WOODCREST COUNTRY 37.049.97 185.41 4.171.63 33.063.75 507 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 7 RIDGEVIEW 5.305.15 19.12 1.004.21 4.320.06 508 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 8 VILLAGE GROVE 91.524.09 846.50 10.053.72 82.316.87 509 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 9 RANCHO SOLANA 28.337.25 161.37 363.18 28.135.44 510 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 10 MARTINIQUE 11.634.09 61.99 628.14 11.067.94 511 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 11 MEADOWVIEW 2.953.52 15.65 150.92 2.818.25 512 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 12 VINTAGE HILLS 99.090.76 918.91 6.227.93 93.781.74 513 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 13 PRESLEY DEVELOP 23,408.66 205.49 2,466.68 21,147.47 514 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 14 MORRISON HOMES 8,449.40 38.70 960.08 7,528.02 515 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 15 BARCLAY ESTATES 7,985.91 40.37 570.62 7,455.66 516 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 16 TRADEWINDS 56,462.08 308.22 1,831.46 54,938.84 517 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 17 MONTE VISTA 1,501.86 7.47 121.42 1,387.91 518 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 18 TEMEKU HILLS 49,940.87 230.00 6,799.93 43,370.94 519 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 19 CHANTEMAR 99,664.01 1,055.06 4,214.56 96,504.51 520 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 20 CROWNE HILL 209,718.79 1,105.63 13,986.98 196,837.44 521 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 21 VAIL RANCH 245,940.20 2,508.95 46,525.82 201,923.33 522 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 22 SUTTON PLACE 7,094.56 37.74 484.69 6,647.61 523 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 23 PHEASENT RUN 19,110.69 106.05 428.87 18,787.87 524 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 24 HARVESTON 70,030.40 917.06 18,912.17 52,035.29 525 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 25 SERENA HILLS 63,116.22 336.52 3,115.60 60,337.14 526 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 26 GALLERYTRADITION 992.75 4.71 126.68 870.78 527 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 27 AVONDALE 8,682.49 44.46 518.85 8,208.10 528 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 28 WOLF CREEK 456.563.58 2.509.11 13.563.55 445.509.14 529 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 29 GALLERY PORTRAIT 2.711.40 12.32 183.02 2.540.70 530 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 30 FUTURE ZONES 35.744.26 209.30 - 35.953.56 701 PENSION RATE STABILIZATION FUND $ 12.062.756.97 - 1,199.700.64 $ 10.863.056.33 Grand Total: $ 153.403.098.42 $ 19.248.649.23 $ 26.064.141.99 $146.587.605.66 Journal Entries completed after February's Treasurer's Report was issued are reflected in the Receipts I Disbursements columns. Item No. 5 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk DATE: May 26, 2020 SUBJECT: Adopt Ordinance 2020-04 Amending Title 17 of the Temecula Municipal Code Pertaining to the Accessory Dwelling Units (Second Reading) PREPARED BY: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 2020-04 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING TITLE 17 OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE TO DELETE CERTAIN SUBSECTIONS OF SECTION 17.06.050 PERTAINING TO ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS, ESTABLISHING A NEW CHAPTER 17.23 PERTAINING TO ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS, AMENDING TABLE 17.24.040 REGARDING PARKING REQUIREMENTS, AND FINDING THE ORDINANCE TO BE EXEMPT FROM THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT BACKGROUND: The City of Temecula is a general law city formed under the laws of the State of California. With respect to adoption of ordinances and resolutions, the City adheres to the requirements set forth in the Government Code. With the exception of urgency ordinances, Government Code Section 36934 requires two readings of standard ordinances more than five days apart. Ordinances must be read in full at the time of introduction or passage unless a motion waiving the reading is adopted by a majority of the City Council present. Ordinance No. 2020-04 was first introduced at the regularly scheduled meeting of April 28, 2020. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: Ordinance ORDINANCE NO.2020-04 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING TITLE 17 OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE TO DELETE CERTAIN SUBSECTIONS OF SECTION 17.06.050 PERTAINING TO ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS, ESTABLISHING A NEW CHAPTER 17.23 PERTAINING TO ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS, AMENDING TABLE 17.24.040 REGARDING PARKING REQUIREMENTS, AND FINDING THE ORDINANCE TO BE EXEMPT FROM THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Effective January 1, 2020, Senate Bill 13 ("SB 13"), Assembly Bill 68 ("AB 68"), and Assembly Bill 881 ("AB 881") amended Government Code Sections 65852.2 and 65852.22 to further limit the standards cities may impose on accessory dwelling units ("ADUs") and junior accessory dwelling units ("JADUs"). In the absence of a State -compliant ordinance on January 1, 2020, the City's existing ADU regulations are null and void pursuant to Government Code Section 65852.2(a)(4), and the City would then be required to approve any ADU that meets minimal State criteria. Unless the City adopts this ordinance, the City is required to either approve ADUs in locations and under standards that may have severe negative impacts on the surrounding community. Section 2. Procedural Findings. The City Council of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine, and declare that: A. The Planning Commission considered this Ordinance on February 19, 2020, at a duly noticed public hearing, as prescribed by law, at which time City Staff and interested persons had an opportunity to and did testify either in support of or against this matter. B. At the conclusion of the Planning Commission hearing and after due consideration of the testimony, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 2020-06, recommending approval of the Ordinance by the City Council. C. The City Council, at a regular meeting, considered the Ordinance on April 28, 2020, at a duly noticed public hearing, as prescribed by law, at which time City Staff and interested persons had an opportunity to and did testify either in support or against this matter. D. Following the public hearing, the City Council considered the entire record of information received at the public hearings before the Planning Commission and City Council. Section 3. Findings. In approving the proposed Municipal Code amendment, as required by Section 17.01.040 ("Relationship to General Plan") of the Temecula Municipal Code, the City Council hereby makes the following findings that the Ordinance is consistent with the General Plan as follows: A. The proposed use is allowed in the land use designation in which the use is located, as shown on the land use map, or is described in the text of the general plan, and is supported by the following policy: a. Land Use Element Policy 1.2 Promote the use of innovative site planning techniques that contribute to development of a variety of residential product styles and designs, including housing suitable for the community's labor force. B. The proposed use is in conformance with the goals, policies, programs and guidelines of the elements of the general plan and is supported by the following policy: a. Housing Element Policy 1.2 Encourage residential development that provides a range of housing types in terms of cost, density, and type, and presents the opportunity for local residents to live and work in the same community by balancing jobs and housing types. C. The proposed use is to be established and maintained in a manner which is consistent with the general plan and all applicable provisions contained therein and is supported by the following policy: a. Housing Element Policy 3.3 Periodically review City development standards to ensure consistency with the General Plan and to ensure high -quality affordable housing. Section 4. Table 17.06.030 (Residential districts) in Section 17.06.030 (Use regulations.) of Chapter 17.06 (Residential Districts) of Title 17 (Zoning) of the Temecula Municipal Code is hereby amended to amend the row entitled "Accessory dwelling units" as follows, with all other provisions of Table 17.06.030 remaining unchanged. Description of use HR RR VL L-1 L-2 LM M H HR- SM9 Accessory dwelling units P P P P P P P P P Section 5. Table 17.06.050A (Accessory Structures Setbacks for the HR, RR, VL, L- 1, L-2, LM, M and H Zoning Districts) in Section 17.06.050 (Special use standards and regulations) of Chapter 17.06 (Residential Districts) of Title 17 (Zoning) of the Temecula Municipal Code is hereby amended to delete the row "Accessory dwelling unit", including footnotes 4 and 6 to Table 17.06.050A, with all other provisions of Table 17.06.050A remaining unchanged. Section 6. Subsection L (Accessory Dwelling Units.) of Section 17.06.050 (Special use standards and regulations) of Chapter 17.06 (Residential Districts) of Title 17 (Zoning) of the N Temecula Municipal Code is hereby deleted in its entirety, with the remaining subsections to be re -lettered in consecutive order. Section 7. Chapter 17.23 (Accessory Dwelling Units) is hereby added to Title 17 (Zoning) of the Temecula Municipal Code to read as follows: "CHAPTER 17.23 ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS Section 17.23.010 Purpose and Applicability. Section 17.23.020 Definitions. Section 17.23.030 Projects Exempt - Building Permit Approval Only. Section 17.23.040 General Requirements and Application Procedure. Section 17.23.050 ADU Standards. Section 17.23.060 Fees and Utility Connections. Section 17.23.010 Purpose and Applicability. The purpose of this chapter is to implement the requirements of Government Code Sections 65852.2 and 65852.22 to allow Accessory Dwelling Units and Junior Accessory Dwelling Units in a manner that encourages their development but simultaneously minimizes impacts on traffic, parking, density, and other areas where the City is still permitted to exercise local control. Section 17.23.020 Definitions. "Accessory Dwelling Unit" or "ADU" has the same meaning ascribed in Government Code section 65852.2, as the same may be amended from time to time. "Attached ADU" means an ADU that is constructed as a physical expansion (i.e. addition) of the Primary Dwelling and shares a common wall with the Primary Dwelling. "Detached ADU" means an ADU that is constructed as a separate structure from the Primary Dwelling, which does not share any walls with the Primary Dwelling. "Existing Structure" means an existing single-family dwelling or other accessory structure that can be safely converted into habitable space under the California Building Standards Code, as amended by the City, and other applicable law. "Junior Accessory Dwelling Unit" or "JADU" has the same meaning ascribed in Government Code section 65852.22, as the same may be amended from time to time. "Primary Dwelling", for purposes of this chapter, means the existing or proposed single- family dwelling on the lot where an ADU would be located. "Public Transit", for purposes of this chapter, has the meaning ascribed in Government Code Section 65852.20), as the same may be amended from time to time. 3 Section 17.23.030 Projects Exempt - Building Permit Approval Only A. An applicant shall not be required to submit an application for an ADU or JADU permit under this chapter, and may instead seek building permit approval for an ADU or JADU that satisfies the requirements of Government Code Section 65852.2(e)(1), as the same may be amended from time to time, and the California Building Standards Code, as amended by the City. B. An ADU or JADU approved by a building permit only process shall be rented only for terms of 31 days or longer. C. The property owner shall record a declaration of restrictions, in a form approved by the City Attorney, placing the following restrictions on the property, the property owner, and all successors in interest: (i) the ADU or JADU is to be rented only for terms of 31 days or longer, unless State law and the City's Municipal Code are both amended to allow short-term rentals; (ii) the ADU or JADU is not to be sold or conveyed separately from the Primary Dwelling, and (iii) if there is a JADU on the property, either the JADU or Primary Dwelling shall be occupied by the owner of record. Proof of recordation of the covenant shall be provided to the City before the City finals the building permit. D. Pursuant to Government Code section 65852.2(e), the City shall ministerially approve an application for a building permit within a residential or mixed -use zone to create any of the following: 1. One ADU or JADU per lot with a proposed or existing single-family dwelling if all of the following apply: a. The ADU or JADU is within the proposed space of a single-family dwelling or existing space of a single-family dwelling or accessory structure and may include an expansion of not more than 150 square feet beyond the same physical dimensions as the existing accessory structure. An expansion beyond the physical dimensions of the existing accessory structure shall be limited to accommodating ingress and egress. family dwelling. b. The space has exterior access from the proposed or existing single- The side and rear setbacks are sufficient for fire and safety. d. The JADU complies with the requirements of Section 65852.22 and with the requirements set forth in subsection E below. 2. One detached, new construction ADU that does not exceed four -foot side and rear yard setbacks for a lot with a proposed or existing single-family dwelling. The ADU may be combined with a JADU described in paragraph 1 above. The ADU shall be no more than 800 square feet in size, with a height limit of 16 feet. 3. One ADU within the portions of existing multifamily dwelling structures that are not used as livable space, including, but not limited to, storage rooms, boiler rooms, passageways, attics, basements, or garages, if each unit complies with state building standards for dwellings. If requested, multiple ADUs shall be allowed, up to the number of ADUs that equals 25 percent of the existing multifamily dwelling units in the structure. 4. Not more than two Detached ADUs located on a lot that has an existing multifamily dwelling, subject to a height limit of 16 feet and four -foot rear yard and side setbacks. E. In accordance with the standards set forth in Government Code section 65852.22, JADUs shall comply with the following requirements, unless State law is amended to set forth different standards in which case State law standards will govern: 1. A JADU shall be a minimum of 220 square feet and a maximum of 500 square feet of gross floor area. The gross floor area of a shared sanitation facility shall not be included in the maximum gross floor area of a JADU. 2. A JADU must be contained entirely within the walls of the existing or proposed single-family dwelling. 3. A separate exterior entry from the main entrance to the single-family dwelling shall be provided to serve a JADU. 4. A JADU may include separate sanitation facilities, or may share sanitation facilities with the existing single-family dwelling. 5. A JADU shall include an efficiency kitchen which shall include all of the following: a. a cooking facility with appliances. b. a food preparation counter and storage cabinets that are of reasonable size in relation to the size of the JADU. 6. No additional parking is required for a JADU. 7. The JADU or Primary Residence shall be occupied by the owner of record. 8. The City shall not issue a building permit until the applicant provides a will serve letter from the local water and sewer provider. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if a private sewage disposal system is being used, the applicant must provide documentation showing approval by the local health officer in lieu of the will serve letter by the local sewer provider. Section 17.23.040 General Requirements and Application Procedure. A. Before constructing an ADU or converting an Existing Structure to an ADU that does not fall under the "building permit approval only" requirements in Section 17.23.030, the applicant shall obtain permits in accordance with the requirements of this section. B. All ADUs shall satisfy the requirements of the California Building Standards Code, as amended by the City. C. In accordance with State law, ADUs are an accessory use or an accessory structure to the Primary Dwelling on the lot. ADUs shall not be considered to exceed the allowable density for the lot. D. Applications for ADUs shall be completed in accordance with Section 17.03.030 of this Development Code. The application for the ADU must be signed by the owner(s) of the parcel of land. E. The Director of Community Development or his/her designee shall ministerially review and approve an ADU permit application and shall not require a public hearing, provided that the submitted application is complete and demonstrates that the ADU complies with the requirements contained in this chapter and any other applicable law. F. ADU permit applications subject to ministerial approval shall be processed within the timelines established by California Government Code Section 65852.2. The City shall approve the ADU permit within 60 days of receiving the application, or as the deadline required by Government Code Section 65852.2 may be amended from time to time. G. Where an ADU permit application is submitted with an application for a Primary Dwelling that is subject to discretionary review under this Code, the ADU permit application will be considered separately without discretionary review or a public hearing, following action on the portion of the project subject to discretionary review. H. In addition to obtaining an ADU permit, the applicant shall be required to obtain a building permit and any other applicable construction permits prior to the construction of the ADU. Section 17.23.050 ADU Standards. Except those ADUs approved pursuant to Subsection 17.23.030, ADUs shall comply with the following standards: A. Location Restrictions: One ADU shall be allowed on a lot with a proposed or existing Primary Dwelling that is zoned residential. B. Development Standards: 1. Size restrictions. If there is an existing Primary Dwelling, an Attached ADU shall not exceed fifty percent (50%) of the gross floor area for the Primary Dwelling. An Attached ADU that is proposed with a new Primary Dwelling shall not exceed 1,200 square feet in floor area. A Detached ADU shall not exceed 1,200 square feet in floor area. In no case shall an ADU be less than an "efficiency unit" as defined in Section 17958.1 of Health and Safety Code with respect to square footage. 2. Height restrictions. An ADU shall not exceed 16 feet in height. 3. Transfer. An ADU shall not be sold, transferred, or assigned separately from the Primary Dwelling, but may be rented. The ADU shall not be used for short term rentals for less than 31 days. 4. Setback. No setback shall be required for an ADU that is within an Existing Structure or new ADU that is constructed in the same location and with the same dimensions as an Existing Structure. For all other ADUs, the required setback from side and rear lot lines shall be four feet. An ADU shall comply with all required front yard setbacks otherwise required by the Municipal Code. 5. Lot Coverage. An ADU shall conform to all lot coverage requirements applicable to the zoning district in which the property is located, except where the application of the lot coverage regulations would not permit construction of an 800 square foot ADU that is 16 feet in height with four -foot side and rear yard setbacks. 6. Historic Resources. An ADU that has the potential to adversely impact any historical resource listed on the California Register of Historic Resources, shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the "Secretary of the Interior's Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties with Guidelines for Preserving, Rehabilitating, Restoring, and Reconstructing Historic Buildings" found at 36 CFR 68.3, as amended from time to time. An ADU shall also comply with all local historic register requirements, as well as all objective local requirements, ordinances, or Specific Plans that pertain to historic resources. C. Design and Features: 1. Design. The ADU shall have the same design, architecture, colors and materials of the Primary Dwelling, and shall comply with any objective design standards adopted by the City that are applicable to the zoning district or Specific Plan area where the ADU is located. 2. Fire Sprinklers. ADUs are required to provide fire sprinklers if they are required for the Primary Dwelling. 3. An ADU shall have a separate exterior access. D. Covenant Required: The property owner shall record a declaration of restrictions, in a form approved by the City Attorney, placing the following restrictions on the property, the property owner, and all successors in interest: (i) the ADU is to be rented only for terms of 30 days or longer; and (ii) the ADU is not to be sold or conveyed separately from the Primary Dwelling. Proof of recordation of the covenant shall be provided to the City before the City finals the building permit. E. Parking Requirements: 1. In addition to the off-street parking space(s) required for the Primary Dwelling, one off-street parking space shall be provided for each ADU, except when: a. The ADU is located within one-half mile walking distance of Public Transit; b. The ADU is located within an architecturally and historically significant historic district; C. The ADU is part of a proposed or existing Primary Dwelling or accessory structure; d. The ADU is located in an area where on -street parking permits are required but not offered to an ADU occupant; or e. The ADU is located within one block of a city -approved and dedicated parking space for a car share vehicle. 2. When the ADU is created by converting or demolishing a garage, carport or covered parking structure, replacement of parking space(s) eliminated by the construction of the ADU shall not be required as long as the ADU remains in use as a legal ADU. Section 17.23.060 Fees and Utility Connections. A. ADUs and JADUs shall have adequate water and sewer services. These services may be provided from the water and sewer points of connection for the Primary Dwelling and not be a separate set of services. B. The owner of an ADU or JADU shall be subject to the payment of all sewer, water and other applicable fees, including impact fees set forth in Government Code section 66000 et seq., except as follows: ADUs that are less than 750 square feet shall not be subject to impact fees. 2. ADUs that are 750 square feet or more shall be charged impact fees that are proportional in relation to the square footage of the primary dwelling unit. C. Prior to receiving a building permit, the owner of an ADU or JADU must submit letters of service availability for water and sewer disposal to the Building Official. Section 8. Table 17.24.040 (Parking Spaces Required) of Chapter 17.24 (Off -Street Parking and Loading) of Title 17 (Zoning) of the Temecula Municipal Code is hereby amended as follows, with all other provisions of Table 17.24.040 remaining unchanged: Description of Use Required Number of Spaces Accessory Dwelling Unit 1 parking space per newly constructed Detached ADU except as otherwise provided in Chapter 17.23. The parking space may be provided as tandem parking on the driveway. Section 9. California Environmental Quality Act Exemption. The City Council determines that this ordinance is exempt from environmental review under the California Environmental Quality Act, (California Public Resources Code §§ 21000, et seq., ("CEQA") and the CEQA Guidelines (14 California Code of Regulations §§ 15000, et seq.) because this zoning ordinance implements the provisions of Government Code Section 65852.2 and is therefore exempt from CEQA pursuant to Public Resources Code Section 21080.17 and California Code of Regulations Section 15282(h). To the extent that any provisions of this ordinance are not exempt pursuant to Section 15282(h), the amendments are not subject to CEQA pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15061(b)(3), because it can be seen with certainty that there is no possibility that the activity in question may have a significant effect on the environment. Section 10. Submittal of Ordinance. The Community Development Director, or his designee, shall submit a copy of the Ordinance to the Department of Housing and Community Development within 60 days after adoption of this Ordinance. Section 11. Certification. The City Clerk shall certify to the passage and adoption of this Ordinance and shall cause the same to be published or posted in the manner required by law. Section 12. Effective Date. This Ordinance shall take effect thirty (30) days after passage. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 26th day of May, 2020. James Stewart, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance No. 2020-04 was duly introduced and placed upon its first reading at a meeting of the City Council of the City of Temecula on the 28th day of April, 2020, and that thereafter, said Ordinance was duly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 26th day of May, 2020, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk to Item No. 6 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk DATE: May 26, 2020 SUBJECT: Adopt Ordinance 2020-05 Amending Title 17 of the Temecula Municipal Code to Conform with the Density Bonus Ordinance Law Under the California Government Code (Long Range Project Number LR19-1597) (Second Reading) PREPARED BY: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 2020-05 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING TITLE 17 OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE TO REVISE REGULATIONS TO CONFORM WITH DENSITY BONUS LAW (CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 65915) AND FINDING THE ORDINANCE TO BE EXEMPT FROM THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT BACKGROUND: The City of Temecula is a general law city formed under the laws of the State of California. With respect to adoption of ordinances and resolutions, the City adheres to the requirements set forth in the Government Code. With the exception of urgency ordinances, Government Code Section 36934 requires two readings of standard ordinances more than five days apart. Ordinances must be read in full at the time of introduction or passage unless a motion waiving the reading is adopted by a majority of the City Council present. Ordinance No. 2020-05 was first introduced at the regularly scheduled meeting of April 28, 2020. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: Ordinance ORDINANCE NO.2020-05 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING TITLE 17 OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE TO REVISE REGULATIONS TO CONFORM WITH DENSITY BONUS LAW (CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 65915) AND FINDING THE ORDINANCE TO BE EXEMPT FROM THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT WHEREAS, the State Legislature has declared that the lack of housing, including providing for a variety of housing types for all income levels and special needs groups, is a critical problem that threatens the economic, environmental, and social quality of life in California. WHEREAS, Government Code Section 65583 requires that the City's Housing Element address governmental constraints to the development of housing, including providing for a variety of housing types for all income levels. WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Temecula adopted the City's 2014-2021 Housing Element on January 28, 2014. WHEREAS, Government Code Section 65915 requires that local governments adopt procedures for processing a density bonus application. WHEREAS, the City's Development Code already allows for density bonuses and development concessions, but Program 4 of the City's 2014-2021 Housing Element provides that the City will establish a density bonus program that is consistent with updated versions of Density Bonus Law. WHEREAS, the Legislature amended Government Code Section 65915 in 2019 to clarify certain provisions of Density Bonus Law, and the City wishes to update the Development Code to ensure consistency with State law and clarify how to implement the density bonus program. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. Procedural Findings. The City Council of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine, and declare that: A. The Planning Commission considered this Ordinance on February 19, 2020, at a duly noticed public hearing, as prescribed by law, at which time the City Staff and interested persons had an opportunity to and did testify either in support of or against this matter. B. At the conclusion of the Planning Commission hearing and after due consideration of the testimony, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 2020-07, recommending approval of the Ordinance by the City Council. C. The City Council, at a regular meeting, considered the Ordinance on April 28, 2020, at a duly noticed public hearing, as prescribed by law, at which time the City Staff and interested persons had an opportunity to and did testify either in support or against this matter. D. Following the public hearing, the City Council considered the entire record of information received at the public hearings before the Planning Commission and City Council. SECTION 2. Findings. The City Council of the City of Temecula in approving the proposed Municipal Code amendment hereby makes the following findings as required by Section 17.01.040 ("Relationship to General Plan") of the Temecula Municipal Code: A. This Ordinance is consistent with State Housing Law, the Temecula 2014-2021 Housing Element, and the Temecula General Plan. This Ordinance clarifies the City's density bonus provisions to conform to the requirements of California Government Code Section 65915, as most recently amended by Assembly Bill 1763 during the 2019 legislative session. B. The proposed Ordinance amends portions of Title 17 of the Temecula Municipal Code to conform with State Density Bonus Law and with the goals, policies, programs, and guidelines of the City's General Plan. Specifically, the Ordinance implements the following goals and policies contained in the City's 2014-2021 Housing Element: 1. Policy 1.2 Encourage residential development that provides a range of housing types in terms of cost, density, and type, and presents the opportunity for local residents to live and work in the same community by balancing jobs and housing types; 2. Policy 2.1 Promote a variety of housing opportunities that accommodate the needs of all income levels of the population, and provide opportunities to meet Temecula's fair share of extremely low-, very low-, low- and moderate -income housing by promoting the City's program of density bonuses and incentives; 3. Policy 2.2 Support innovative public, private, and nonprofit efforts in the development of affordable housing, particularly for special needs groups; 4. Policy 5.2 Support efforts to ensure that all income segments of the community have unrestricted access to appropriate housing. C. The housing developments that would be authorized by this Ordinance would be established and maintained in a manner consistent with the General Plan, specifically the policies described above, and all applicable provisions therein. SECTION 3. Subsection "Q" of Section 17.10.020 (Supplemental Development Standards) of Chapter 17.10 (Supplemental Development Standards) of Title 17 (Zoning) of the Temecula Municipal Code is hereby amended in its entirety to read as follows, with all other subsections of Section 17.10.020 to remain the same: "Q. Density Bonus Law. 1. In addition to any other review required for a proposed housing development, applications for a density bonus shall be filed with the planning director on a form approved by the director. The application shall be filed concurrently with an application for a development plan review or administrative approval. At the time the application is submitted, the applicant shall pay a density bonus application fee, established by resolution of the City Council. 2. City staff shall process the application for a density bonus in the same manner as, and concurrently with, the application for a development plan review or administrative approval that is required by this Code. 3. The applicant shall submit reasonable documentation to establish eligibility for a requested density bonus, incentives or concessions, waivers or reductions of development standards, and parking ratios. 4. For a housing development qualifying pursuant to the requirements of Government Code Section 65915, the City shall grant a density bonus in an amount specified by Government Code Section 65915. Except as otherwise required by Government Code Section 65915, the density bonus units shall not be included when calculating the total number of housing units that qualifies the housing development for a density bonus. Except as otherwise required by Government Code Section 65915, the amount of the density bonus shall not exceed 35 percent. 5. For the purpose of calculating the density bonus, the "maximum allowable residential density" shall be the maximum density allowed under the zoning ordinance and land use element of the general plan, or, if a range of density is permitted, the maximum allowable density for the specific zoning range and land use element of the general plan applicable to the project. Where the density allowed under the zoning ordinance is inconsistent with the density allowed under the land use element of the general plan, the maximum density allowed in the general plan shall prevail. 6. The City shall grant the applicant the number of incentives and concessions required by Government Code Section 65915. The City shall grant the specific concession(s) or incentive(s) requested by the applicant, unless it makes any of the relevant written findings stated in Government Code Section 65915(d). Senior citizen housing developments that qualify for a density bonus shall not receive any incentives or concessions, unless Government Code Section 65915 is amended to specifically require that local agencies grant incentives or concessions for senior citizen housing developments. 7. Except as restricted by Government Code Section 65915, the applicant for a density bonus may submit a proposal for the waiver or reduction of development standards that have the effect of physically precluding the construction of a housing development incorporating the density bonus and any incentives or concessions granted to the applicant. A request for a waiver or reduction of development standards shall be accompanied by documentation demonstrating that the waiver or reduction is physically necessary to construct the housing development with the additional density allowed pursuant to the density bonus and incorporating any incentives or concessions required to be granted. The City shall approve a waiver or reduction of a development standard, unless it finds that: 3 a. The application of the development standard does not have the effect of physically precluding the construction of a housing development at the density allowed by the density bonus and with the incentives or concessions granted to the applicant; b. The waiver or reduction of the development standard would have a specific, adverse impact, as defined in paragraph (2) of subdivision (d) of Section 65589.5, upon health, safety, or the physical environment, and for which there is no feasible method to satisfactorily mitigate or avoid the specific adverse impact; The waiver or reduction of the development standard would have an adverse impact on any real property that is listed in the California Register of Historical Resources; or d. The waiver or reduction of the development standard would be contrary to state or federal law. 8. The applicant may request, and the City shall grant, a reduction in parking requirements in accordance with Government Code Section 65915(p), as that section maybe amended from time to time. 9. The applicant shall comply with all requirements stated in Government Code Section 65915. 10. The applicant shall enter into an agreement with the City to ensure the continued affordability of all affordable units or the continued reservation of such units for qualifying senior citizens. Prior to receiving a building permit for any project that receives a density bonus or any incentive, concession, waiver, or reduction of development standards pursuant to this section, such agreement shall be recorded as a covenant against the property. 11. For any development project that is granted a density bonus or other benefit pursuant to this section, the affordable units that qualify the project as eligible for a density bonus, must be constructed concurrently with or prior to the construction of any market rate units. In addition, the affordable units must be integrated with the market rate units so that there is a mix of affordable and market rate units, if any, in each building of the development project. 12. An applicant shall not receive a density bonus or any other incentive or concession if the housing development would be excluded under Government Code Section 65915. 13. The provisions of this subdivision shall be interpreted to fulfill the requirements of Government Code Section 65915. Any changes to that Government Code Section 65915 shall be deemed to supersede and govern any conflicting provisions contained herein." SECTION 4. Environmental Findings. The City Council hereby finds, in the exercise of its independent judgment and analysis, that this Ordinance is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) as there is no possibility that this Ordinance would have a significant impact on the environment pursuant to State CEQA Guideline Section 15061(b)(3). More specifically, this Ordinance merely incorporates State law, allowing applicants to seek a density bonus pursuant to Government Code Section 65915. A Notice of Exemption has been prepared and will be filed in accordance with CEQA and the State CEQA Guidelines. SECTION 5. Severability. If any section subsection, subdivision, paragraph, sentence, clause or phrase of this Ordinance is for any reason held to be invalid or unconstitutional by any court of competent jurisdiction, or contravened by reason of any preemptive legislation, the remaining sections and/or provisions of this Ordinance shall remain valid. The City Council hereby declares that it would have adopted this Ordinance, and each section, subsection, subdivision, paragraph, sentence, clause or phrase hereof, regardless of the fact that any one or more section(s) or provision(s) may be declared invalid or unconstitutional or contravened via legislation. SECTION 6. Certification. The Mayor shall sign and the City Clerk shall certify to the passage and adoption of this Ordinance and shall cause the same or a summary thereof to be published and posted in the manner required by law. SECTION 7. Effective Date. This Ordinance shall take effect thirty (30) days after passage. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 26th day of May, 2020. James Stewart, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance No. 2020-05 was duly introduced and placed upon its first reading at a meeting of the City Council of the City of Temecula on the 28th day of April, 2020, and that thereafter, said Ordinance was duly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 26th day of May, 2020, the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk Item No. 7 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk DATE: May 26, 2020 SUBJECT: Extend Terms of Appointment for Planning Commissioner Lanae Turley-Trejo and Old Town Local Review Board Members Annette Brown and Peg Moore PREPARED BY: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council extend the terms of appointment for Planning Commissioner Lanae Turley-Trejo and Old Town Local Review Board Members Annette Brown and Peg Moore to October 10, 2020. BACKGROUND: On June 15, 2020, the terms of appointment for Planning Commissioner Lanae Turley-Trejo and Old Town Local Review Board Members Annette Brown and Peg Moore, will expire. Given the current situation with the COVID-19 pandemic and the closure of the Council Chambers for in -person public attendance, staff anticipates challenges in the recruitment and selection of board and commission members at the present time. If extended, these three terms could be matched with the three terms expiring on October 10, 2020 (CS — Dale Borgeson, PTSC — Skip Carter and Ivan Moses) and a collective recruitment could be completed. The City Council will be able to conduct a much more robust recruitment in the Fall, jointly with all six terms, and be able to conduct a more effective review of candidates at a public meeting, subject to the conditions existing at the time related to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is therefore recommended that the terms of appointment for Planning Commissioner Lanae Turley- Trejo and Old Town Local Review Board Members Annette Brown and Peg Moore be extended to October 10, 2020. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: None Item No. 8 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: May 26, 2020 SUBJECT: Set Public Hearing to Approve Solid Waste and Recycling Rates for Commercial Customers for Fiscal Year 2020-21 PREPARED BY: Julie Tarrant, Principal Management Analyst RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2020- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA SETTING A TIME AND PLACE FOR A PUBLIC HEARING IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING RATES FOR COMMERCIAL CUSTOMERS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2020-21 BACKGROUND: The Franchise Agreement between the City of Temecula and CR&R Incorporated stipulates the conditions upon which rates may be adjusted on an annual basis. Per the agreement, these rates shall be adjusted each July 1st to reflect the changes in various applicable indices. As such, the commercial rates are due to adjust for fiscal year 2020-21. In addition to the rate adjustment based on indices, CR&R has requested an additional increase in commercial rates due to Extraordinary Costs as allowed in the Franchise Agreement. The requested additional rate +increase is 9.98% of the current commercial rates, due in part to requirements related to State Mandated commercial recycling programs and operation of the Anaerobic Digestor facility. In recent years the State of California passed Assembly Bill 341, the Mandatory Commercial Recycling Law, and Assembly Bill 1826, the Mandatory Commercial Organics Recycling Law. These laws require all businesses within a certain service area to participate in the State Mandated recycling programs. The costs and implementation of these programs falls on local jurisdictions and the local waste haulers. In an effort to not significantly impact any one waste sector all at once, the implementation and any increase in rates have been put into effect over the course of time since the adoption of these State Mandated programs. In addition to the State Mandates, China's recycling import ban and restrictions have significantly impacted the entire waste management sector and as a result have reduced the value of recyclable materials across the globe. China instituted these restrictions, known as China Sword, effective January 2018. Prior to China's import ban, over 60% of the materials recycled on the West Coast were going to China. Those same materials continue to inundate waste management collection activities without a viable resource for disposal or cost recovery. CR & R has been reluctant to adjust commercial rates in hopes the recycling market would rebound, but unfortunately that has not occurred and therefore waste haulers can no longer absorb the loss of recycling revenue. Pursuant to the Franchise Agreement with CR & R, the rates charged for refuse collection and recycling for residential and commercial services within the City of Temecula is subject to annual review and modification, based upon changes in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) and changes to the Riverside County landfill tipping fees, as well as Extraordinary Costs to meet compliance measures instituted by the State Mandate Laws. Therefore, all Commercial Customers within the City of Temecula will incur a rate adjustment to include a 1.80% increase due to change in CPI, a .76 cent per month rate change in landfill fees, and a 9.98% increase due to Extraordinary Costs to comply with state mandate laws. Commercial rates vary based on the bin size and frequency of collection, but are generally expected to increase on average 12% in FY2020-21, per the attached CR & R Rate Schedule. Staff recommends the City Council adopt the resolution and set the public hearing concerning the approval the Solid Waste and Recycling Rates for Commercial Customers for July 28, 2020. Staff will proceed with noticing each affected commercial customer in the City with regards to the proposed rate increase with a minimum of forty-five (45) days prior to the public hearing. FISCAL IMPACT: Solid Waste and Recycling services for Commercial Customers are paid for directly by the property owner or business owner receiving services. No additional costs will be incurred by the City of Temecula. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Resolution 2. CR & R Rate Schedule RESOLUTION NO.2020- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA SETTING A TIME AND PLACE FOR A PUBLIC HEARING IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING RATES FOR COMMERCIAL CUSTOMERS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2020-21 THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The City of Temecula and CR & R Incorporated entered into an exclusive solid waste Franchise Agreement on May 28, 1992, as amended on August 27,1996, June 24, 1997, July 25, 2000, June 13, 2006, October 2015, and June 14, 2016, for the collection, transportation, recycling, composting and disposal of solid waste and construction debris and for providing temporary bin/roll off services in the City. Section 2. Pursuant to the Franchise Agreement it specifically provides for rate adjustments which may be adjusted on an annual basis, and they shall be adjusted each July 1 St, based on certain criteria, and subject to the Consumer Price Index (CPI), and changes to the County of Riverside landfill tipping fees, and any extraordinary costs which may be as a result of State mandated programs. Section 3. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics for January 2019 through December 2019, the designated CPI has increased by 1.80%. Section 4. The County of Riverside's Waste Management Department will adjust their landfill disposal rate, for a monthly rate increase for commercial customers of .76 cents. Section 5. The Extraordinary Cost increase is to include a rate increase of 9.98% for commercial customers. Commercial rates vary based on the bin size and frequency of collection. Section 6. The City Council of the City of Temecula herby acknowledges and appoints the 28th day of July, 2020, at the hour of 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as feasible, in the City Council Chambers at City hall, located at 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590, as the time and place for the public hearing on the proposed solid waste and recycling rates for commercial customers for fiscal year 2020-21. At the public hearing, the City Council will hear and consider all objections or protests, if any, to the proposed rates. The City Council may continue the hearing from time to time. Section 7. The City Clerk is hereby directed to publish notice of the time and place of the hearing pursuant to Government Code Section 6066 in the manner required by law. Section 8. Each affected commercial customer and commercial property owner in the City of Temecula shall be mailed notice of the proposed rate increase in the manner provided by law at least forty-five (45) days prior to the public hearing on July 28, 2020. Section 9. The City Clerk shall certify to the passage and adoption of the Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 26th day of May, 2020. James Stewart, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 2020- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 26th day of May, 2020, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk CITY (IF TEMFCULA EXHIBIT "D" Schedule of !Cates (effective July 1, 2020) 1 Mechanized sinplc family detached residential collection, recycling, asmposting, transfer, and disposal grantee billing Monthly Raw (without Extraordinary Recycling Foe) $ 22.21 Monthly AD Rate b 2.18 Extraordinary Recycling Fee 5 0.54 2 Mechanized single family detached residential callectlen, recycling, composting, transfer, and disposal parcel charge Monthly Rate (without Extraordinary Recycling Fee) 5 22.27 Monthly AD Rate 5 2_18 Extraordinary Recycling Fee $ 0.54 3 Mechanized single Family detached residential additional refuse, and composting container grantee billing Monthly hate- $ [0 15 4 Single family detached residential additional bulky item pick up • grantee billing Pick Up Rate: $ 11,87 5 Commercial. industrial, and multi -family residential refuse monthly bin rates ( one 2 cubic yard bin) with the following pick ups per weak 1 x week $ 115.20 2 x week $ 229.09 3 x week $ 342,95 4 x week $ 456.81 5 x week $ 570.69 6 x wcck $ 684.55 7 x week $ 798.44 Compacted 2 Cubic Yard monthly rate: 2.5 x monthly rate 6 Commercial, industrial, and mutti-family residential refuse monthly bin rates (one 3 cubic yard bin ) with the fallowing pick ups per week: l x week S 131.88 2 x wcck 5 262,43 3 x week S 393,01 4 x week S 523.56 5 x week S 654,08 6 x wcck S 794.64 7 x week $ 915.21 Compacted 3 Cubic Yard monthly: 2.5 x monthly rate 7 Commercial, industrial, and multi-family'trsidential recycling monthly bin rates ( one 3 cubic yard bin ) with the following pick ups per wcck I x week S 56.27 2 x week S 112.53 3 x week S 168.78 4 x week S 225.04 5 x wed k S 281.26 6 x week 5 337.54 7 x week 5 393.76 8 Commercial, industrial, and multi -family residential refuse monthly bin rates ( one 4 cubic yard bin ) wilh the following pick ups per week: I x week S 148.59 2 x week S 295,90 3 x week S 443.18 4 x week S 590.49 5 x wcck 5 737.77 6 x week % 885.04 7 x week S LD32.35 Compacted 4 Cubic Yard monthly rate; 2.5 x monthly rate CITY ON TEYIECULA EXHIBIT "D" Schedule ol` hales (effective duly L. 2020) 9 Commercial. industrial. and multi -(-amity residential recycling monthly bin rates ( one 4 cubic yard bin ) with the fullowing pick ups per week I x week S 74.48 2 x week S 149.01 3 x week S 223.47 4 N isock $ 297.98 5 x week $ 372.48 6 x week $ 446.98 7 x week $ 521.44 Commercial, industrial_ and multi-fsmily residential recvclina monthly cart rare t une 96 gallon cart } with the following pick ups per week: 1 x week $ 50.24 10 Temporary 3 cubic yard bin rate. S 105.37 11 Extra Temporary or Regular Service pick up: $ 58.66 per pick up (includes all bin sins 2. 3 and 4 yards) 12 Commercial and Rolloff Setup Fee $ 50.00 13 Redeliver and reinstatement rate: $ 42.18 per occurrence 14 Roll -off ❑elivery I'm S 73.56 per bin 15 Roll-offdisposal rate_ $ 238.18 + 16 Roll-offrecyclingrate; $ 239.13 plus market value 17 atoll -off compactor rate: $ 331.61 + 18 Roll-0ffrecycling compactor rate: $ 331.63 plus market value 19 Scheduled Extra Green Waste pick up (up to 10 bags): $ 10.00 per pick up 20 Nan -Scheduled F.xtra Careen Waste pick up (up to 10 bags]: $ 25.00 per pick up 21 E-Waste Pick up: no Charge 22 "Hard to service" vehicle usage rate: no charge 23 "Hard to service' bin moving rate: no charge 24 Special bin lids (lockingl03L) rate: no charge 25 Deodorizing 1 replacing bin rate: no charge 26 Recycle Ilia Contmtrinalion $ 49.93 27 MRF Fee: $ 51.6$ per ton 23 C&D Fcc: $ 51.68 perton 29 Inert Pispoml: $ 133.34 per load 30 AD Fee: $ 81.26 per ton 31 Extra Food Waste Pail 5 7.34 each CITY OF 1 U'%lECUi-# EXHIBIT "D" Schcdolc of Rates (effective July I, 2020) Commercial QrIcanic AD Rates 32 Commercial. indugrin[, and multi-ramily residential nun -food monthly bin rates ( one 2 cubic yard bin) with the following pick ups per week: 1 x wcck 5 144.81 2 x week S 299.60 3 x week 5 432.39 4 x week $ 576,18 5 x week S 720,00 6 x wcck $ 263,78 7 x week S 1,007.58 33 Commercial, industrial, and multi -family residential food monthly bin rates ( one 2 cubic yard bin ) with the following pick ups per week x week S 215.17 2 x week S 429.36 3 x week 5 643.51 4 x week S 857.65 5 x week S 1,071.86 6 x week $ 1,286.00 7 x week S 1.500.16 34 Commercial_ industrial, and multi -Family residcntial non-food monthly bin rates ( one 3 cubic yard bin ) with the following pick ups per week I x week S 191.11 2 x week S 391.25 3 x week $ 571.34 4 x week $ 761.47 5 x week S 951.55 6 x week S I.141.67 7 x week $ L331.80 35 Commercial, industrial. and multi -family residential non-food monthly bin rates ( 64-gallon cart) with the following pick ups per week 1 x week $ 39.61 2 x week $ 79.22 3 x week $ 118.84 4 x week $ 15945 5 x week $ 19907 6 x week $ 237.69 Extra pickup $ 29.08 36 Commercial, industrial. and multi-tamily residential food monthly bin rates ( 64-gallon cart) with the following pick ups per vvcck x week $ 53,43 2 x week S 106.86 3 x week $ 160.29 4 x week $ 213.73 5 x week $ 267.16 6 x week S 32061 Extra pickup $ 39.13 m-RV BxmmmWmq�g �4EAgA $aN �V [NY NOG R.4 fL pH pNNMyyINN qy py yN wwwHNw wwwwww SOO�Y]d.e [h-�fG p�r, V, R one P WN p�nc:n aat� ofr`-ia M1ti°�`si '..iv�i �. �i nr. a wwwwww w.nw ea bfNNNb NnN Ne'M yb L E g � a w g� d S w Epp Gy RR pG�GN �Gp pG�p 4 w rU ww.NNN ... ....... m me& mm mm M ndea de e5d ri c U rn�Nwww ww N A m 9 P P P P = r m =o w Y g..1 NU]M NM ww � o w � N � r ry ry w w m o N p 4 4 q m � ww ww ww e�}� E U q R Y� no p o o�� v +y v t Q MIE E E E$ E j ah{ Y 8$ n d a n a i¢ a � Y W �rY-u �M aVNN df {y NiO r o nn me v�vry W wwn � b C 6d Od Epp qt,7 Y Y qG G•N q `o ww ww wwui vi en w.a wgwEE .eaNw.aEs? �w22 m e— mmm$w .mm�m m [l `e u�9 w wNw Y� tlr w e, NNfA NNN .ff Nw -rnww n -- Nww w h tom. 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Due to sustained increases in labor expenses, capital improvement costs, regulatory compliance costs and closed site maintenance, an increase in disposal rates is essential to allow for continued and improved services_ This letter serves as a notice that subject to approval by the Riverside County Board of Supervisors, landfill disposal rates will increase in FY 20121 by the Consumer Price Index (CPI), which is 303% for calendar year 2019. if approved, the new rates will become effective for tonnage deliveries starting on July 1, 2020, The Department has eliminated the rate for processed green waste used as Alternative Daily Cover (ADC). Processed green waste used as erosion control at the landfills will continue to be charged at the $10 per ton rate for the foreseeable future, as it provides a beneficial use to the landfill system. Thank you for your past cooperation and support. SGV:sg cc- Keith Jones, LEA Item No. 9 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Luke Watson, Community Development Director DATE: May 26, 2020 SUBJECT: Approve a Resolution Regarding the Return of Funds to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development PREPARED BY: Lynn Kelly -Lehner, Principal Management Analyst RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2020- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA REGARDING THE RETURN OF FUNDS TO THE US DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT BACKGROUND: In 2012, the City was awarded by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development ("HUD") $608,888.00 in Community Development Block Grant ("CBDG") funds for the Sam Hicks Monument Park Playground Equipment Improvement Project ("Project"). On April 28, 2015, the City Council approved a purchase and installation agreement with Nature Works, Inc., in the amount of $483,170 for the construction of the Project. Nature Works did not adequately perform under the contract, and the City advised HUD that there had been several delays with the contractor completing the Project and that the City was assessing liquidated damages on the contractor as of February 1, 2017 at $1,000 per day. The City subsequently sued Nature Works for breach of contract, specific performance, declaratory relief, conversion, and intentional interference with contractual relation. After consultation with HUD, on November 14, 2017, the City processed a Substantial Amendment to the 2012-13, 2015-16, 2016-17, and 2017-18 Annual Action Plans and re - programed all of the remaining funds budgeted for the Project totaling $251,516 into the Old Town Sidewalks — Boardwalk Replacement project. Specifically, the following amounts were reprogramed to the Old Town Sidewalks - Boardwalk Replacement project: 2012-13 Program Year: $196,832.25 2016-17 Program Year: $64,684 On April 6, 2020, the City received a letter from HUD requesting that the City repay $412,055.75 because the Project, as it was originally designed, contracted and paid for with CDBG funds, was not ultimately constructed. HUD's letter stated that the City will be able to utilize the $412,055.75 it repays for other CDBG eligible projects. Staff recommends that the City Council authorizes the Finance Department to repay $412,055.75 from non -Federal funds to the HUD. The repayment will come in the form of cancelling the Project in the Integrated Disbursement and Information System ("IDIS"), and providing to HUD documentation that $412,055.75 has been allocated in a local City account for use on future CDBG eligible projects. FISCAL IMPACT: On April 6, 2020, the City received a letter from HUD requesting that the City repay $412,055.75 because the Project, as it was originally designed, contracted and paid for with CDBG funds was not ultimately constructed. HUD's letter stated that the City will be able to utilize the $412,055.75 it repays for other CDBG eligible projects. HUD has confirmed via telephone call with the City Manager that payment may be made by July 1, 2020. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Resolution 2. Letter from HUD RESOLUTION NO.2020- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA REGARDING THE RETURN OF FUNDS TO THE US DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The City Council finds and determines as follows: A. In 2012, the City was awarded by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development ("HUD") $608,888.00 in Community Development Block Grant ("CBDG") funds for the Sam Hicks Monument Park Playground Equipment Improvement Project ("Project"). B. On April 28, 2015, the City Council approved a purchase and installation agreement with Nature Works, Inc., in the amount of $483,170 for the construction of the Project. C. Nature Works did not adequately perform under the contract, and the City advised HUD that there had been several delays with the contractor completing the Project and that the City was assessing liquidated damages on the contractor as of February 1, 2017 at $1,000 per day. The City subsequently sued Nature Works for breach of contract, specific performance, declaratory relief, conversion, and intentional interference with contractual relation. D. After consultation with HUD, on November 14, 2017, the City processed a Substantial Amendment to the 2012-13, 2015-16, 2016-17, and 2017-18 Annual Action Plans and re -programed all of the remaining funds budgeted for the Project totaling $251,516 into the Old Town Sidewalks — Boardwalk Replacement project. Specifically, the following amounts were reprogramed to the Old Town Sidewalks - Boardwalk Replacement project: 1. From the 2012-13 Program Year - $196,832.25; and 2. From the 2016-17 program year $64,684. E. On April 6, 2020, the City received a letter from HUD requesting that the City repay $412,055.75 because the Project, as it was originally designed, contracted and paid for with CDBG funds was not ultimately constructed. HUD's letter stated that the City will be able to utilize the $412,055.75 it repays for other CDBG eligible projects. Section 2. The City Council hereby authorizes the Finance Department to repay $412,055.75 from non -Federal funds to the HUD. The repayment will come in the form of cancelling the Project in the Integrated Disbursement and Information System ("IDIS"), and providing to HUD documentation that $412,055.75 has been allocated in a local City account for use on future CDBG eligible projects. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 26th day of May, 2020. James Stewart, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 2020- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 26th day of May, 2020, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk PPtt,IENTOF J IIII IIII tTw Q 4gPH OEVF April 6, 2020 Mr. Aaron Adams, City Manager City of Temecula ATTN: Luke Watson 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Dear Mr. Adams: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Community Planning and Development Los Angeles Field Office, Region IX 300 N. Los Angeles Street, Suite 4054 Los Angeles, CA 90012 Subject: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program Issuance of Finding Sam Hicks Project The City of Temecula (City) has indicated to HUD that it cannot complete Integrated Disbursement and Information System (IDIS) activity number 11, the Sam Hicks Project, as it was originally designed, contracted, and paid for with CDBG funds. To resolve this, HUD is issuing the finding below and is requesting that the City repay the $412,055.75 in CDBG funds drawn by the City, from non -Federal funds. It should be noted that the City will be able to utilize the funds it repays for other CDBG eligible projects. The City must ensure that it complies with applicable citizen participation requirements at 24 CFR 91.105 when funding any new project with the repaid funds. Finding One: The City cannot complete IDIS activity 11 or ensure that the activity can meet a national objective. Condition: On March 3, 2020 the City of Temecula held a conference call with HUD to discuss IDIS activity number 11. On the conference call and in subsequent email correspondence to HUD dated March 20, 2020, the City indicated that it would not be able to complete the activity as it was originally designed, contracted and paid for with CDBG funds. Cause: The City indicated that it was in litigation with its contractor that it hired for the project and that the City could not complete the activity as it was originally designed and paid for due to the issues involved in the litigation with the contractor. Criteri a 24 CFR 570.200(a)(2) — Grantees must ensure and maintain evidence that each of its activities assisted with CDBG funds meets one of the three national objectives. 2 CFR 200.302(b)(3) — The financial management system of a grantee must ensure that the grantee maintains records that identify adequately the source and application of funds for federally -funded activities. These records must contain information pertaining to Federal awards, authorizations, obligations, unobligated balances, assets, expenditures, income and interest and be supported by source documentation. Effect: Without being able to complete the activity for which the City drew $412,055.75 in CDBG funds, the City cannot ensure that the activity will meet a national objective. Grantees must repay funds for any CDBG-funded activity that cannot meet a national objective. Corrective Action: HUD is requesting that the City repay $412,055.75 from non -Federal funds no later May 15, 2020. The repayment is requested to be made by the City using the attached repayment procedures. By May 15, 2020, the City is also requested to submit financial documentation showing the repayment to its local account and documentation illustrating that the City undertook the IDIS steps included in the repayment instructions. Please respond to this letter in writing no later than 14 calendar days from the date of this letter. If there are any questions, please contact Michael Kovalsky, Senior Community Planning and Development Representative at Michael.J.Kovalsky@hud.gov or (213) 534-2566. Sincerely, Rufus Washington, Director Office of Community Planning and Development Enclosure CDBG Repayment Procedures Returning funds to the local program account Grantees must return funds drawn on an ineligible activity or an activity that will not meet a national objective to their local program account when funds drawn on the activity were from a CDBG grant that is near or past the eight -year limitation on use of funds. The City must document the repayment to its local account in its project file and submit this documentation to HUD. IDIS Actions When Returning GRANT FUNDS to a Grantee's Local Program Account Receipt the repayment: The repayment of grant funds to a grantee's local program account is reported in IDIS through the creation of a receipt to the LA fund. To create a LA receipt, the user will fill in the Add Receipt screen. Users will indicate that a repayment has been made to their local account by creating a receipt under the LA fund type. The grantee will associate the repayment with the activity ID and the specific origin year grant being repaid (year of the grant from which funds were drawn for the activity — check the vouchers of the IDIS activities to determine this). The grantee will also report on the re -use or expenditure of the funds by origin year grant. The user enters the required fields, including the ID of the activity being repaid, and clicks the [show activity funds] button. The system displays a table with one row for each Grant Year and Fund Type from which funds were drawn for the activity. For each Grant Year and Fund Type, the table shows the drawn amount, any previous LA repayments, and the remaining balance. The user enters the ReceiptAmount and, optionally, the Grantee Receipt #. When the receipt is saved, individual receipts, with distinct receipt numbers, are created for each source. 1) Do NOT revise the vouchers; instead, Cancel the Activity with Draws. When a LA receipt is created to indicate that CDBG funds expended on an activity have been repaid to a local account, the grantee will treat the vouchers for that activity as follows: The grantee will leave vouchers for grant funds (EN, AD, SU, and TA) untouched and request that the activity be cancelled with draws after required repayments have been paid in full. These vouchers cannot be cancelled and the grantee shall NOT revise them. The grantee must submit a request to HUD to cancel the activity. When requesting the activity to be cancelled with draws, the grantee must provide an explanation for why this activity can legitimately be cancelled with draws. The grantee should list all the LA receipt numbers and amounts for the LA funds that have been returned. The grantee must also include financial documentation showing that the funds have been deposited into the grantee's local account. All documentation should also be included in the grantee's local files. 2) By funding and drawing LA funds for new or existing activities, grantees will record in IDIS how CDBG grant funds repaid to their local account were expended and the accomplishments that were achieved with them. The LA funds were originally associated with a specific origin grant year. The re -use of those funds will be associated with that same origin year grant. Note: A grantee must disburse LA funds prior to drawing additional CDBG grant funds to pay for activity -related costs. This may mean that an ongoing activity with a draw request may need to be funded with LA funds in the amount of the necessary draw. As a consequence, that activity's grant funding may need to be reduced by the amount of LA funding added. If a grantee has both LA funds and program income on hand, use program income before LA funds. The grantee must submit financial documentation to HUD showing that the funds have been deposited into the grantee's local account. In addition, the grantee must submit documentation confirming it carried out the actions above in IDIS. All documentation should also be included in the grantee's local files. Item No. 10 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Luke Watson, Community Development Director DATE: May 26, 2020 SUBJECT: Approve a Loan Agreement with Las Haciendas Housing Associates, LP for a 77 Unit Affordable Housing Project PREPARED BY: Lynn Kelly -Lehner, Principal Management Analyst RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, ACTING IN ITS CAPACITY AS THE HOUSING SUCCESSOR TO THE FORMER TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (AND, WITH RESPECT TO A LOAN OF CITY FEES, ALSO IN ITS CAPACITY AS THE CITY) APPROVING A LOAN AGREEMENT WITH LAS HACIENDAS HOUSING ASSOCIATES, L.P. FOR THE "LAS HACIENDAS" 77 UNIT LOW INCOME AFFORDABLE MULTI -FAMILY (APARTMENT) PROJECT AT 28715 LAS HACIENDAS STREET AND 28772 CALLE CORTEZ, AND THE TAKING OF RELATED ACTIONS, AND MAKING A FINDING OF EXEMPTION UNDER CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT SECTION 15182 PROJECT DESCRIPTION: A 77-unit affordable multi -family housing community consisting of two residential buildings, a community building and tuck -under parking located at 28715 Las Haciendas. The Project is 100% affordable and is located in the Uptown Temecula Specific Plan Area. BACKGROUND: In 2015, the City as Housing Successor to the Former Redevelopment Agency obtained clearance from the Department of Finance to spend the remaining Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency 2017B Series Tax Allocation Refunding Bond proceeds for their originally intended purpose — for the creation of affordable housing. As such, staff has met with many developers over the potential development of affordable housing throughout the community. On August 19, 2019, Community HousingWorks (CHW) submitted a proposal to the City to develop Las Haciendas, a 77-unit affordable residential community in the Uptown Temecula on Las Haciendas Street. This project would be the first residential project in the Uptown Temecula Specific Plan (UTSP) area. Residential development in the Uptown Temecula has the potential to be catalytic, providing the necessary residents to support future development in the area. On October 8, 2019, the Supportive Housing/Services Subcommittee, consisting of Council Members Naggar and Rahn, met with the development team from CHW and expressed interest in moving forward with negotiations of the affordable housing project, with the contribution of affordable housing funding, deferred development impact fees (DIF), and a reimbursement from the Uptown Temecula Specific Plan New Streets In -Lieu Fee Funds for the construction a new road and alley. On December 9, 2019, the City provided a Letter of Intent (LOI) to CHW to demonstrate intent towards a partnership to increase the competitiveness of tax credit applications and establish the local commitment to the production of affordable housing. The LOI was contingent upon CHW acquiring two parcels in the UTSP area. CHW closed escrow on these two parcels on December 16, 2019. On February 11, 2020, CHW met again with the Supportive Housing/Services Subcommittee to provide an update on the entitlement process and project. Affordability The Project consists seventy-six affordable units that will be affordable to extremely low, very low, and low-income households, plus one manager's unit. The Project is located in the Affordable Housing Overlay Zone (AHOZ) that was adopted by City Council in 2018. The development of the affordable units will assist in the City in meeting our Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA) goals, as defined by the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG). Because of the City's financial assistance, the Project must comply with the obligations of SB 341, which stipulates that the City, as Housing Successor to the Redevelopment Agency, must target its expenditures of affordable housing funds as follows: • At least 30% of the funds must be spent for the development of housing for extremely low income households earning 30% or less of the area median income (AMI) • No more than 20% of the funds may be spent for the development of housing affordable for households earning between 60% and 80% of the AMI • The balance of the funds may be spent for the development of housing affordable for households earning 60% or less of the AMI CHW, who created a new operating entity, Las Haciendas Housing Associates for the Project, plans to apply to the State of California for 9% Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC). Seventy-six of the units will be restricted per LIHTC requirements. The Developer has proposed an affordability mix competitive for an LIHTC application, as demonstrated in the following chart: Area Median Income Tax Credit CA Redevelopment Law Regulatory Agreement Regulatory Agreement Extremely Low (30% AMI) 24 12 Very Low (50% AMI) 8 18 Low Income (60% AMI) 44 7 Total Restricted Units 76 37 Per the Loan Agreement, thirty-seven of those units will be further restricted per California Redevelopment Law (CRL) and the Developer will be required to comply with CRL requirements when determining household income and affordable rent calculations. The term of affordability is fifty-five years for all units. City Financial Contribution The financing of Las Haciendas Apartments will involve the following sources: Source of Funds Amount Deferred Developer Fee $85,000 General Partner Equity Contribution $194,000 Utility Deposit Refunds $199,000 Las Haciendas Housing Associates $3,585,000 City of Temecula as Housing Successor to the $10,130,000 RDA California Tax Credit Allocation Committee $23,361,000 Total Development Costs $37,554,000 The Loan Agreement proposes that the City contribute a total of $10,130,000 toward the Project, in the form of two residual receipt loans and one reimbursement as follows: Description Amount Deferred Fee Loan Capital Loan $718,445 •= UTSP In Lieu Fee Reimbursement $500,857 Total City Contribution $10,130,000 The Deferred Fee Loan of $718,445 consists of deferred Development Impact Fees (DIF), Quimby fees, permit fees, Public Works fees, and Fire fees for the Project, locked in at 2019-20 amounts. The Capital Loan of $8,910,698 is from the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency 2017B Series Tax Allocation Refunding Bond proceeds. The City loans will bear an annual interest rate of three percent, commencing on the date of disbursement. The City will receive fifty percent of residual receipts toward the repayment of City loans. Payments will be made first to pay down the Deferred Fee Loan. The UTSP New Streets In -Lieu Fee Reimbursement will be approximately $500,857. The actual reimbursement will be determined based on the costs of the completion of the new road connecting Las Haciendas and Calle Cortez, but will be no more than 1.75% of the total land acquisition and hard costs of the Project. Development and Construction Timeline As outlined in Exhibit H to the Loan Agreement, the Developer is obligated to meet certain deadlines associated the construction of the Project: • The Developer will secure entitlements from the City by July 1, 2020, in order to apply for State of California 9% Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) • The Developer will have until December 2022 to apply to, and secure from LIHTC, and must apply at every opportunity. • If the Developer is not successful in securing 9% tax credits, the Developer will have the option to apply to the California Debt Limit Allocation Committee for a tax-exempt bond to combine this source with 4% LIHTC and pursue other sources of funds. • The close of City Loan shall occur within one month after the award of tax credits, but no later than December 31, 2022. • Construction shall commence thirty days after the close of the City Loan and completed no later than eighteen calendar months after the commencement of construction. ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION: This Loan Agreement was analyzed in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA"), the State CEQA Guidelines, and the City's local CEQA Guidelines. Staff has determined that the proposed Loan Agreement is exempt from the requirements of CEQA pursuant to State CEQA Guidelines 15162 and 15182. On November 17, 2015, an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) (SCH#2013061012) was certified in connection with the approval of the Uptown Temecula Specific Plan. The Uptown Temecula Specific Plan is divided into six planning districts, all of which allow residential uses. The Uptown Temecula Specific Plan does not contain maximum or minimum density requirements, although residential development is anticipated at a range of 20 to 60 dwelling units per acre. For planning purposes, the Uptown Temecula Specific Plan assumes a residential density of 45 dwelling units per acre in all zoning districts. The proposed project that is the subject matter of the Loan Agreement proposes to construct 77 units on 2.5 acres, which is under the 45 dwelling units per acre analyzed by the EIR. As such, the environmental impacts for the project have been evaluated by the previously adopted EIR for the Uptown Temecula Specific Plan, and no further environmental review is necessary. None of the circumstances in CEQA Guidelines Section 15162 exist to require any additional environmental review and no further documentation is necessary. In addition, staff has determined that the project is exempt from CEQA pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15182 as the proposed residential development is in conformity with the Uptown Temecula Specific Plan. The City Council has reviewed staff s determination of exemption and, based on its own independent judgment, concurs in staffs determination that the proposed Loan Agreement is exempt from CEQA pursuant to State CEQA Guidelines Sections 15182 and that no further environmental review is needed pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15162. Staff is directed to prepare a Notice of Exemption. FISCAL IMPACT: As discussed above, the Loan Agreement proposes that the City contribute a total of $10,130,000 toward the Project, in the form of two residual receipt loans and one reimbursement as follows: Description Deferred Fee Loan Capital Loan UTSP In Lieu Fee Reimbursement ITotal City Contribution Amount $718,445 $8,910,698 $500,857 $10,130,000 ATTACHMENTS: 1. Resolution 2. Attachment A to the Resolution: Loan Agreement RESOLUTION NO. 2020- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, ACTING IN ITS CAPACITY AS THE HOUSING SUCCESSOR TO THE FORMER TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (AND, WITH RESPECT TO A LOAN OF CITY FEES, ALSO IN ITS CAPACITY AS THE CITY) APPROVING A LOAN AGREEMENT WITH LAS HACIENDAS HOUSING ASSOCIATES, L.P. FOR THE "LAS HACIENDAS" 77 UNIT LOW INCOME AFFORDABLE MULTI -FAMILY (APARTMENT) PROJECT AT 28715 LAS HACIENDAS STREET AND 28772 CALLE CORTEZ, AND THE TAKING OF RELATED ACTIONS, AND MAKING A FINDING OF EXEMPTION UNDER CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT SECTION 15182 THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Recitals. The City Council of the City of Temecula (the "City") hereby finds, determines and declares that: (a) The Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula (the "Former Agency") was a duly constituted redevelopment agency pursuant to provisions of the Community Redevelopment Law (the "Redevelopment Law") set forth in Section 33000 et seq. of the Health and Safety Code ("HSC") of the State of California (the "State"). (b) Under the Redevelopment Law, the Former Agency was authorized, among other things, to provide assistance to the development of affordable housing projects. (c) Pursuant to AB X1 26 (which became effective in June 2011), and the California Supreme Court's decision in California Redevelopment Association, et al. v. Ana Matosantos, et al., 53 Cal. 4th 231 (2011), the Former Agency was dissolved as of February 1, 2012, and the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency (the "Successor Agency") was constituted as the successor entity to the Former Agency. (d) Pursuant to HSC Section 34175(b), all assets of the Former Agency, including so- called low income housing set aside funds, transferred to the Successor Agency by operation of law; provided, that pursuant to HSC Section 34176 and Resolution No. 12-11, adopted by the City Council on January 24, 2012, the City elected to assume the housing functions of the Former Agency (in such capacity, the "Housing Successor"). (e) Las Haciendas Housing Associates, L.P., a California limited partnership ("Developer") desires to obtain a construction loan from the City of low income set aside funds in the amount of $8,910,698 and a loan/deferment of $718,445 of development fees in order to facilitate construction of a 77-unit multifamily apartment complex to be known as "Las Haciendas" (the "Project"). (f) Developer desires to enter into a Loan Agreement with the City ("Loan Agreement") to provide for the terms and conditions of the City loans. The form of the Loan Agreement negotiated by staff is attached hereto as Attachment A and includes the forms of a promissory note, a subordinate deed of trust, and a regulatory agreement restricting 49% of the units to affordable low income housing for 55 years (with the other units, except for a manager's unit, to be restricted by a regulatory agreement required in conjunction with the tax credits); (g) Developer will be seeking an allocation of low-income housing tax credits and is also contemplating a financing transaction from a third party lender to help finance the construction of the Project. Section 2. Approval of Agreement. The Loan Agreement, in the form set forth in Attachment A, is hereby approved. The Mayor (or in the Mayor's absence, the Mayor Pro Tem) and the City Manager (each, an "Authorized Officer"), acting individually, are hereby authorized to execute and deliver the Loan Agreement, for the City as the Housing Successor and the City as a city, in substantially such form, with changes therein as the Authorized Officer executing the same may approve (such approval to be conclusively evidenced by the execution and delivery thereof). Section 3. Other Acts. The Authorized Officers and all other officers of the City are hereby authorized, jointly and severally, to do all things, including the execution and delivery of documents and instruments, which they may deem necessary or proper to effectuate the purposes of this Resolution, the Loan Agreement, and all documents contemplated or required by the Loan Agreement. The City Clerk is authorized to attest to the City officers' signatures to any such document or instrument. Section 4. CEOA Exemption Findings. This Loan Agreement was analyzed in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA"), the State CEQA Guidelines, and the City's local CEQA Guidelines. Staff has determined that the proposed Loan Agreement is exempt from the requirements of CEQA pursuant to State CEQA Guidelines 15162 and 15182. On November 17, 2015, an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) (SCH#2013061012) was certified in connection with the approval of the Uptown Temecula Specific Plan. The Uptown Temecula Specific Plan is divided into six planning districts, all of which allow residential uses. The Uptown Temecula Specific Plan does not contain maximum or minimum density requirements, although residential development is anticipated at a range of 20 to 60 dwelling units per acre. For planning purposes, the Uptown Temecula Specific Plan assumes a residential density of 45 dwelling units per acre in all zoning districts. The proposed project that is the subject matter of the Loan Agreement proposes to construct 77 units on 2.5 acres, which is under the 45 dwelling units per acre analyzed by the EIR. As such, the environmental impacts for the project have been evaluated by the previously adopted EIR for the Uptown Temecula Specific Plan, and no further environmental review is necessary. None of the circumstances in CEQA Guidelines Section 15162 exist to require any additional environmental review and no further documentation is necessary. In addition, staff has determined that the project is exempt from CEQA pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15182 as the proposed residential development is in conformity with the Uptown Temecula Specific Plan. The City Council has reviewed staff s determination of exemption and, based on its own independent judgment, concurs in staff s determination that the proposed Loan Agreement is exempt from CEQA pursuant to State CEQA Guidelines Sections N 15182 and that no further environmental review is needed pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15162. Staff is directed to prepare a Notice of Exemption. Section 5. Certification. The City Clerk shall certify to the adoption of this Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 26th day of May, 2020. James Stewart, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 2020- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 26th day of May, 2020, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk ATTACHMENT A Form of Loan Agreement (Attached.) DRAFT LOAN AGREEMENT THIS LOAN AGREEMENT "Loan Agreement") is dated as of May 26, 2020 and is entered into by and between the CITY OF TEMECULA, as successor to the housing assets and funds of the former Temecula Redevelopment Agency ("City"), and LAS HACIENDAS HOUSING ASSOCIATES, L.P., a California limited partnership ("Borrower"). RECITALS: A. Borrower has acquired the land located in the City of Temecula, County of Riverside, State of California, more particularly described on Exhibit "A" attached hereto (together with any improvements thereon, the "Property"). B. Borrower intends to construct the improvements on the land that are described on Exhibit "B" (the "Improvements" and together with the Property, the "Development"). C. City has agreed to provide a loan to Borrower to pay for City's impact development fees in the principal amount of $718,445 and a construction loan of former Temecula Redevelopment Agency low -mod housing set aside funds in a principal amount not to exceed $8,910,698 (collectively, the "Loan"), the construction loan portion of which shall be disbursed in accordance with Section 3.7 of this Loan Agreement and the deferred fee portion of which shall be deemed outstanding on the closing of the Loan (as a loan by the City of such fees; in other words, the City will not pay itself those fees from low -mod set aside funds or general funds at the closing, but will defer those fees, with interest, which is in essence a loan). NOW, THEREFORE, the Parties agree as follows: AGREEMENT: 1. DEFINITIONS AND EXHIBITS. 1.1. Definitions. The following initially capitalized words and terms have the meanings set forth in this Section 1.1 wherever used in this Agreement, unless otherwise provided to the contrary: 1.1.1. "Closing" shall mean the date on which the Deed of Trust is recorded in the Official Records of Riverside County, California. 1.1.2. "Completion of Construction" shall mean the date that Borrower obtains a temporary or final certificate of occupancy for the Improvements evidencing that the construction of the Improvement is complete except for certain punch list items. 1.1.3. "Construction Plans" means the construction plans, specifications and related documents consistent with the Scope of Development attached hereto as Exhibit `B" for the design and construction of the Improvements. 1.1.4. "Deed of Trust" shall mean a Deed of Trust, Assignment of Rents, Security Agreement and Fixture Filing in the form attached -1- hereto as Exhibit "C", executed by Borrower for the benefit of City and, acknowledged (which is to be recorded against the Property in the Official Records of Riverside County, California at the Closing) encumbering the Development. 1.1.5. "Developer" shall mean Community HousingWorks, a California nonprofit public benefit corporation. 1.1.6. "Entitlements" shall mean all authorizations, approvals, rights, maps, licenses, permits, franchises, certificates, instruments, documents, agreements, variances and other land use approvals required for the Development. 1.1.7. "Governmental Authority" shall mean any federal, state or local governments, and all subdivision thereof, including any City, authority, board, bureau, commission, department or other public body, including any court, administrative tribunal or public utility. 1.1.8. "Gross Revenues" means the sum of. the total rental income and all other revenues or income received by the Borrower or its successors or assigns in connection with the Project, including without limitation Housing Rent, laundry charges or consideration received from an entity that contracts to provide laundry services, payments in connection with Section 8 certificates, if any (including payments under such certificates that are in excess of the restricted rents provided for herein), cable income or consideration received from an entity that contracts to provide cable services, each of (i) amounts paid to Borrower or any affiliated person on account of Operating Expenses for further disbursement by Borrower or such affiliate to a third party or parties, including, without limitation, grants received to fund social services or other housing supportive services at the Project; (ii) late charges and interest paid on rentals; (iii) rents and receipts from licenses, concessions, vending machines, coin laundry, and similar sources; (iv) other fees, charges, or payments not denominated as rental but payable to Borrower in connection with the rental of office, retail, storage, or other space in the Project; (v) consideration received in whole or in part for the cancellation, modification, extension or renewal of leases; (vi) interest and other investment earnings on security deposits, reserve accounts and other Project accounts to the extent disbursed, and (vii) all other income from the Project, but does not include insurance proceeds applied to reconstruct or repair the Project. 1.1.9. "Housing Rent" means the total of payments by the tenants of the Project for (a) use and occupancy of their rental unit and facilities associated therewith, (b) any separately charged fees or service charges assessed by Borrower which are required of all tenants, other than security deposits (until they are applied), (c) a reasonable allowance for utilities not included in (a) or (b) above, including garbage collection, sewer, water, electricity and gas, provided that the rent charged as to any affordable unit shall not exceed the affordable rent described in the Regulatory Agreement. 1.1.10. "Improvements" or "Project" shall mean the work described in the Scope of Development attached hereto as Exhibit `B". -2- 1.1.11. "Loan" or "City Loan" shall mean the loans by the City contemplated by this Agreement. 1.1.12. "Loan Documents" shall mean this Agreement, the Note, the Deed of Trust, the Regulatory Agreement and all other documents and instruments executed and delivered, or to be executed and delivered, in connection with the Loan. 1.1.13. "Note" shall mean a Promissory Note Secured by Deed of Trust, in the form attached hereto as Exhibit "D", executed by Borrower and payable to City. 1.1.14. "Notice" shall mean a Notice of Affordability Restrictions in the form attached hereto as Exhibit "E". 1.1.15. "Operating Expenses" means actual, reasonable and customary costs, fees and expenses directly incurred and for which payment has been made and which are attributable to the operation, maintenance, and management of the Project, including without limitation the following (to the extent actual, reasonable and customary, and attributable to the operation, maintenance or management of the Project): painting, cleaning, repairs and alterations; landscaping; utilities; rubbish removal; sewer charges; real and personal property taxes and assessments; insurance premiums; security; advertising, promotion and publicity; office, janitorial, cleaning and building supplies; actual and customary salary payable to an on -site manager which directly and exclusively benefits residents of the Project; a management fee ("Management Fee") to a third party property manager, not to exceed $48 per month per unit commencing in the year the Closing occurs, which Management Fee shall increase 2.5% annually; purchase, repairs, servicing and installation of appliances, equipment, fixtures and furnishings; reasonable and customary fees and expenses of accountants, attorneys, consultants and other professionals as incurred commencing after the Completion of Construction in connection with the operation of the Project; payments of deductibles in connection with casualty insurance claims not normally paid from reserves; and payment of any tax credit adjuster payments, general partner management fee in an amount not to exceed $15,000 per year commencing in the year of Closing, which fee shall increase at 3% annually, resident services fee in an amount not to exceed $48,000 per year commencing in the year of Closing, which fee may accrue to the extent not paid and shall increase at 3% annually, asset management fee payable to the limited partners of Borrower in the aggregate amount not to exceed $7,500 per year, which fee shall increase at 3% annually and deferred developer fees. Operating Expenses shall not include non -cash expenses, including without limitation, depreciation. Operating Expenses shall also exclude all of the following: (i) salaries of employees of Borrower or Developer or Borrower's or Developer's general overhead expenses, or expenses, costs and fees paid to any affiliated person or entity; (ii) any amounts paid directly by a tenant of the Project which, if incurred by Developer or Borrower, would be any Operating Expenses; (iii) any payments with respect to any loan or financing; (iv) expenses, expenditures, and charges of any nature whatsoever arising or incurred by Borrower or Developer prior to completion of the Project, or any portion thereof, including, without limitation, all predevelopment and preconstruction activities conducted by Borrower or Developer in connection with the -3- Project, including, without limitation, the preparation of all plans and the performance of any tests, studies, investigations or other work, and the construction of the Project and any on site or off site work in connection therewith; (v) depreciation, amortization, and accrued principal and interest expense on deferred debt; and (vi) any partnership internal fees except as set forth above. The Operating Expenses shall be reported in the Annual Financial Statement and Residual Receipts Report and shall be broken out in line -item detail. 1.1.16. "Operating Year" shall mean January 1st to December 3 Vt of each calendar year. 1.1.17. "Parties" shall mean City, Borrower or Developer, collectively. 1.1.18. "Party" shall mean City, Borrower or Developer, individually. 1.1.19. "Person" shall mean a natural person, a partnership, a joint venture, an unincorporated association, a limited liability company, a corporation, a trust, any other business association or any Governmental Authority. 1.1.20. "Potential Default" shall mean any condition or event that could, with the lapse of time after Borrower receives notice thereof from City, constitute a "Default" (as defined in Section 5.1 below). 1.1.21. "Property" shall have the meaning provided in Recital A, but shall also mean portions thereof or interests therein as the context requires. 1.1.22. "Preliminary Budget" shall mean the budget for the costs of the Project attached hereto as Exhibit "F". 1.1.23. "Regulatory Agreement" shall mean the Affordability Restrictions and Regulatory Agreement in the form attached hereto as Exhibit "G". 1.1.24. "Residual Receipts" for a particular Operating Year means Gross Revenues for the corresponding Operating Year less (i) debt service payments made during such Operating Year on the Senior Project Loan in amounts not in excess of the amounts due and payable during such Operating Year (i.e. not including prepayments); (ii) to the extent applicable, issuer's fee payable to the issuer of tax exempt multifamily bonds used to finance the Development, and (ii) Operating Expenses. All calculations of Residual Receipts shall be made annually, on or before April 30 for the preceding Operating Year, on a cash (and not accrual) basis and the components thereof shall be subject to verification and approval, on an annual basis, by City. 1.1.25. "Schedule of Performance" shall mean the schedule for the completion of the Improvements attached to this Agreement as Exhibit "H". ME 1.1.26. "Senior Project Loan" shall mean the construction loan obtained by Borrower from a third party lender for the construction of the Project, and any refinancing loan used to repay such construction loan or any refinancing thereof, but the amount of any such refinancing may not exceed the outstanding principal of the loan being refinanced, plus prepayment charges, loan fees and closing costs payable by Borrower. 1.2. Exhibits. The following exhibits are attached to this Agreement and incorporated into, and made a part of, this Agreement by this reference: 1.2.1. Exhibit "A": Legal Description 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.2.5 Restrictions 1.2.6. [INTENTIONALLY OMITTED] 1.2.7 and Regulatory Agreement 1.2.8 Exhibit `B": Scope of Development Exhibit "C": Form of Deed of Trust Exhibit "D": Form of Promissory Note Exhibit "E": Form of Notice of Affordability Exhibit "F": Preliminary Project Budget Exhibit "G": Form of Affordability Restrictions Exhibit "H": Schedule of Performance 2. CONSTRUCTION OF IMPROVEMENTS 2.1. Construction Pursuant to Plans. The Improvements shall be constructed in accordance with final Construction Plans approved by the City and the terms and conditions of the permits and approvals issued or to be issued by the City. 2.2. Commencement and Completion of Improvements; Schedule of Performance. Borrower shall commence construction of the Improvements no later than the applicable date set forth in the Schedule of Performance, diligently prosecute to completion the construction of the Improvements no later than the applicable date set forth in the Schedule of Performance, and Developer shall otherwise comply with the Schedule of Performance, in each case subject to Section 6.11 below (Force Majeure). 2.3. Compliance with Applicable Law. Borrower shall cause all construction to be performed in compliance with: (a) all applicable laws, ordinances, rules and regulations of federal, state, county or municipal governments or agencies now in force or that may be enacted hereafter; (b) all directions, rules and regulations of any fire marshal, health officer, building inspector, or other officer of every governmental City now having or hereafter acquiring jurisdiction; (c) all applicable permits and governmental approvals. -5- 2.4. Monthly Draw. Until such time as Borrower has completed the Improvements, Borrower shall provide City with a copy of the monthly construction draw (by the fifteenth day of each month) which Borrower is submitting to its senior construction lender or its tax credit investor, as applicable. 2.5. Construction Responsibilities. Borrower shall be solely responsible for all aspects of Borrower's conduct in connection with the Improvements, including (but not limited to) the quality and suitability of the plans and specifications, the supervision of construction work, and the qualifications, financial condition, and performance of all architects, engineers, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, consultants, and property managers. Any review or inspection undertaken by City with reference to the Improvements is solely for the purpose of determining whether Borrower is properly discharging its obligations, and should not be relied upon by Borrower or by any third parties as a warranty or representation as to the quality of the design or construction of the Improvements, or for any other purpose. 2.6. Mechanics Liens, Stop Notices, and Notices of Completion. If any claim of lien is filed against the Property or a stop notice with respect to the Loan is served on City or any other lender or other third party in connection with the Improvements, then Borrower shall, subject to Borrower's right to contest such lien in good faith and in accordance with applicable law, within ninety (90) days after such filing or service, either pay and fully discharge the lien or stop notice, effect the release of such lien or stop notice by delivering to City a surety bond from a surety acceptable to City in sufficient form and amount, or provide City with other assurance satisfactory to City that the claim of lien or stop notice will be paid or discharged. 2.7. Budget Amendments. After the Closing, Borrower shall submit to City any material changes to the Project Budget (which will have been delivered to City as a condition to Closing) for reasonable approval by the City Manager within ten (10) days after Borrower receives information indicating that actual costs therein vary or will vary from those shown on the Project Budget, together with evidence that Borrower has funds available from sources to pay any cost increases and overruns. 2.8. Performance and Payment Bonds. Prior to the Closing, Borrower shall deliver to Lender copies of performance and payment bonds to assure completion of the Project, or a letter of credit acceptable in form and substance to Lender from an issuer acceptable to Lender, in an amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the amount of the Borrower's stipulated sum or GMAX construction contract. 2.9 Limited Reimbursement by City. Upon completion of the new road connecting Las Haciendas and Calle Cortez, which may occur at any time prior to the issuance Certificate of Occupancy, and City's acceptance of such road, Borrower may request City's reimbursement of the costs incurred by Borrower in connection with the construction such road for an amount up to a maximum of the lesser o£ (i) one and three quarters percent (1.75%) of the total land acquisition and hard costs of the Project (excluding such road costs) or (ii) the amount of such road costs. However, provided Borrower is not in default under this Agreement, Borrower may request and City shall provide such reimbursement in two phases: (i) the first disbursement shall be made upon completion of the rough improvements including: rough and finish grading, curb and gutter, apron and approach installations, and initial base course of asphalt; and (ii) the second disbursement shall be made at end of the completion of the street improvements, which shall include, without limitation: public sidewalks, final courses and in sealing of asphalt, and striping, paint and signage and when the City authorizes reduction in the subdivision improvement bond for such improvements (each of such two reimbursement payments being limited to the amount of documented costs then incurred, and being further limited by the first sentence of this Section). Concurrent with Borrower's requests for reimbursement, Borrower shall deliver to City reasonable evidence of the out-of-pocket construction costs incurred by Borrower for which reimbursement is requested. 3. LOAN PROVISIONS. 3.1. Use. The Loan shall be used solely for costs of the Project as shown on the Project Budget that exceed the equity available for and invested in the Project (and all of such equity funds must be expended on project costs prior to disbursement of the Loan). 3.2. Interest; Payments. The outstanding principal balance of the Loan shall accrue interest as set forth in the Note and shall be payable as set forth in the Note. 3.3. Acceleration. Upon a Default by Borrower under Section 5 below, City may elect by written notice to Borrower that all outstanding principal and accrued interest on the Loan shall become due and payable. 3.4. Security; Subordination. The Note shall be secured by the Deed of Trust. The City Manager shall have the authority to enter into reasonable, recordable subordination agreements subordinating the Deed of Trust to the deed of trust securing any Senior Project Loan if necessary for Borrower to obtain the applicable Senior Project Loan. 3.5. Residual Receipts Reporting. On or before April 30 of each calendar year after the Project is placed in service, Borrower shall provide the City with an annual Residual Receipts report in form and substance reasonably acceptable to City that include annual financial statements with respect to the Project that have been reviewed by an independent certified public accountant, together with an express written opinion of such independent certified public accountant that such report presents the financial position, results of operations and cash flows of the Project accurately and in accordance with tax accounting principles ("Annual Financial Report"). If the Residual Receipts reported or paid deviate by three percent (3%) or more from that amount determined to be owing upon review of Borrower's submittal and an audit (and the City shall have the right to audit), Borrower shall reimburse City for City's cost to review and audit costs and shall pay the amounts owing within ten (10) days after written notice from City describing such costs. Borrower shall keep all Residual Receipts records at a location in the County of Riverside. 3.6. Conditions Precedent to Closing. The obligation of City to close the City Loan is expressly conditioned upon the satisfaction of the following on or before December 31, 2022: Borrower; 3.6.1. City's receipt of this Agreement and the Note, duly executed by 3.6.2. No Default or Potential Default by Borrower exists. 3.6.3. Stewart Title Insurance Company has recorded, or is irrevocably and unconditionally committed to record, the Deed of Trust and the Regulatory Agreement. -7- 3.6.4. Stewart Title Insurance Company has unconditionally committed to issue a lender's title insurance policy to City in the amount of the City Loan insuring the Deed of Trust, with exceptions approved by City and otherwise in form and substance acceptable to City (which may show the deed of trust securing the Senior Project Loan as an exception). 3.6.5. Borrower shall have delivered to City copies of Borrower's organizational documents to City (including the partnership agreement for any tax credit limited partnership formed by the Borrower) as well as any other reasonable evidence requested by City showing City that Borrower has duly authorized the Loan Documents. 3.6.6. City shall have issued the building permits or permit ready letter for the improvements and shall have completed environmental (CEQA) review. 3.6.7. Borrower shall have provided to the City: (i) a GMAX or stipulated sum construction contract from a reputable bondable contractor consistent with the comprehensive Project Budget and Schedule of Performance; (ii) a comprehensive Project Budget for the costs of the Project; (iii) a schedule of construction and permanent sources and uses of funds; and (ii) reasonable evidence that Borrower (i.e., the tax credit limited partnership) has equity funds to pay for such costs (and that any tax credit equity shall have been obtained and committed to the Project). 3.6.8. The Senior Project Loan shall have closed, and the Senior Project Lender shall have executed and delivered the Disbursement Agreement, in form acceptable to the City Manager, to the City (or such Disbursement Agreement may be delivered through escrow at the Closing). 3.7. Loan Disbursements; Retainage. Disbursements the Loan shall occur and be conditioned upon the following: (i) City shall fund the full amount of the Loan at Closing into a bank account held by the Senior Project Lender pursuant to a Disbursement Agreement between City and the Senior Project Lender that is approved and signed by the City Manager; (ii) Borrower may draw on the Loan funds after all of Borrower's equity that is to be used for construction costs shall have been so used, but prior to Borrower's draw on the construction loan provided by the Senior Lender (and prior to equity funds provided by Borrower's tax credit limited partner that are not to be invested until the construction loan is repaid or converted to a permanent loan), provided, Borrower (or Senior Project Lender acting under the Disbursement Agreement) shall have delivered to City a written disbursement request signed by Borrower, together with copies of the applicable invoices or other appropriate documentation for the costs to be paid and appropriate mechanics lien waivers for the work performed prior to the date of disbursement (i.e., unconditional progress payment waivers for all costs paid with the previous disbursement, and conditional progress payment waivers for the costs to be paid with the current disbursement, provided that final waivers shall be provided as a condition to the final disbursement), and any other documentation required by the 53 Senior Project Lender as a condition to disbursements of City Loan funds under the Disbursement Agreement. (iii) No default shall have occurred under any Loan Document that remains uncured as of the date of the disbursement request or disbursement. Except for early subcontractor work including grading, soil improvements, road improvements, and structural concrete, City may (and the Senior Project Lender under the Disbursement Agreement handling City Loan funds shall) retain ten percent (10%) of any disbursement requested for hard costs, and shall not be obligated to disburse the ten percent (10%) until the Project has been completed and a Certificate of Occupancy for the Project is issued, and the Borrower has delivered final mechanic's lien releases conditioned only upon such final payment. 4. OTHER LOAN REQUIREMENTS. 4.1. Information. Borrower shall provide any information requested by City in good faith in connection with the Improvements. 4.2. Hazardous Materials. Borrower shall not use, generate, manufacture, store or dispose of on, under, or about the Property or transport to or from the Property any flammable explosives, radioactive materials, hazardous wastes, toxic substances or related materials, including any substances defined as or included in the definition of "hazardous substances," hazardous wastes," "hazardous materials," or "toxic substances" under any applicable federal or state laws or regulations (collectively, "Hazardous Materials"), except such of the foregoing as may be customarily used in connection with the ownership, operation, occupancy, maintenance and construction of improvements similar to the Improvements. Borrower acknowledges and agrees that each representation and warranty in this Agreement (together with any indemnity obligation applicable to a breach of any such representation and warranty) with respect to the environmental condition of the Property is intended by the Parties to be an "environmental provision" for purposes of California Code of Civil Procedure Section 736. 4.3. Construction Responsibilities; Commencement and Completion. Borrower shall cause the construction of the Improvements to be prosecuted with diligence, in good faith, and in accordance with the Schedule of Performance, subject to Section 6.11 below. Borrower shall cause the construction of the Improvements to be performed in a good and workmanlike manner in accordance with the Construction Plans approved by the City, in compliance with all applicable laws, ordinances, rules, regulations, building restrictions, recorded covenants and restrictions and requirements of each Governmental Authority having jurisdiction over the Property and free and clear of any liens or claims for liens. Borrower shall be solely responsible for all aspects of Borrower's business and conduct in connection with the Property, including the quality and suitability of the Construction Plans and their compliance with the requirements of each applicable Governmental Authority and the Loan Documents, and the supervision of the construction of the Improvements, the qualifications, financial condition and performance of all architects, engineers, contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, consultants and property managers, the accuracy of all applications for payment and loan draw requests and the proper application of all disbursements. 11 4.4. Fees and Taxes. Borrower shall be solely responsible for payment of all fees, assessments, taxes, charges and levies imposed by any public authority or utility company with respect to the Property, and shall pay such charges prior to delinquency. However, Borrower shall not be required to pay and discharge any such charge so long as (a) the legality thereof is being contested diligently and in good faith and by appropriate proceedings and (b) if requested by City, Borrower deposits with City such funds or other forms of assurance that City in good faith from time to time determines appropriate to protect City from the consequences of the contest being unsuccessful. 4.5. Notice of Litigation. Borrower shall promptly notify City of any litigation materially affecting Borrower or the Property and of any claims or disputes that involve a material risk of any such litigation. 4.6. Transfers. The qualifications and identity of the Borrower are of particular concern to the City and it is because of such qualifications and identity that the City has entered into this Agreement with the Borrower. No voluntary or involuntary successor in interest of the Borrower shall acquire any rights or powers under this Agreement except as expressly set forth herein. Provided, however, should City approves the limited partnership agreement of Borrower (such approval shall not be unreasonably withheld), the following transfers shall be permitted: (A) the removal of the General Partner for cause and in accordance with the terms of the limited partnership agreement of Borrower, provided (i) Borrower shall provide City with at least 30 days prior written notice of such removal (except in the event of a removal due to an event of emergency), and (ii) that the identity and qualifications of any replacement general partner is approved in writing by City prior to the consummation of the removal of the General Partner (except in the event of a removal due to an event of emergency, in which case City shall be provided with written notice within five (5) business days of the removal, setting forth the identity and qualification of the replacement, (B) the transfer of the limited partner's interest in Borrower and (C) the transfer of any direct or indirect interests in the limited partner of Borrower. Except for a transfer that is permitted hereunder, the Loan may be accelerated by City if there is any conveyance by Borrower of the Property or any portion thereof or interest therein, or Developer ceases to be (or ceases to own and control, as applicable) the sole member and manager of the general partner of the Borrower prior to the completion of the Improvements without the City's prior written consent in its sole and absolute discretion. 4.7. Insurance Indemnity. 4.7.1. Insurance. 4.7.1.1 Developer shall obtain and maintain at no cost or expense to the City, with a reputable and financially responsible insurance company reasonably acceptable to the City, (i) after the opening of the Project for business, commercially reasonable casualty insurance for the Improvements in an amount not less than the replacement cost of the Improvements (subject to commercially reasonable deductibles); (ii) commercial general liability insurance, insuring against claims and liability for bodily injury, death, or property damage arising from the construction, use, occupancy, condition, or operation of the Land, which liability insurance shall provide combined single limit protection of at least $2,000,000, contractual liability coverage and products and completed operations coverage, and (iii) commercial automobile liability insurance of at least $1,000,000 combined single limit. Such liability -10- insurance policies shall name the City and their council members, board members, officers, agents and employees as additional insureds. 4.7.1.2 Upon the commencement of any construction work by Developer, Developer shall obtain and maintain in force until completion of such work (i) builder's risk insurance, including coverage for vandalism and malicious mischief, in a form and amount and with a company reasonably acceptable to the City, and (ii) workers' compensation insurance covering all persons employed by Developer in connection with work on the Project, or any portion thereof. During the construction of Improvements on any portion of the Land by Developer, such builder's risk insurance shall cover improvements in place and all material and equipment at the job site furnished under contract, but shall exclude contractors', subcontractors', and construction managers' tools and equipment and property owned by contractors' and subcontractors' employees. 4.7.1.3 Each architect and each engineer providing work in excess of $100,000 in costs engaged by Developer shall provide professional liability insurance with a limit of liability of at least One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00). 4.7.1.4 Developer shall also furnish or cause to be furnished to the City evidence satisfactory to the City that any contractor with whom it has contracted for the performance of work on the Land or otherwise pursuant to this Agreement carries workers' compensation insurance as required by law. 4.7.1.5 With respect to each policy of insurance required above, Developer and each of Developer's general contractors, engineers and architects shall furnish to the City a certificate on the insurance carrier's form setting forth the general provisions of the insurance coverage promptly after written request by City showing the additional insureds. The certificate shall also be furnished by Developer prior to commencement of construction of any Improvements. 4.7.1.6 All such policies required by this Section shall contain (i) language to the effect that the policies cannot be cancelled or materially changed except after thirty (30) days' written notice by the insurer to the City, and (ii) a waiver of the insurer of all rights of subrogation against the City and the other additional insureds. 4.7.17 Procuring the insurance required under this Section shall not be construed to limit Borrower's liability under the Loan Documents, or to fulfill its indemnity obligations under the Loan Documents. Notwithstanding such insurance policies, Borrower shall be responsible for the total amount of any damage, injury or loss caused by Borrower's negligence connected with the ownership, operation or occupancy of the improvements on the land. The insurance requirements set forth in this Section are for the sole purpose of protecting City's security for the Loan and are not to be construed as a representation by City that the insurance required under this Section is sufficient to cover Borrower from or against all uninsured losses and Borrower releases City from any liability and forever waives any claims against City in connection therewith. 4.7.18 All insurance policies shall (a) be issued by an insurance company having a rating of "A:VII" or better by A.M. Best Co., in Best's Rating Guide; (b) name City as an additional insured on all liability insurance and as mortgagee and loss payee -11- on all property insurance, (c) contain the "standard non-contributory mortgagee clause" and the "standard lenders' loss payable clause," or their equivalents, (d) not be modified or canceled without thirty (30) days' prior written notice to City, and (e) be evidenced by a certificate of insurance or, if required by City, certified policy to be delivered to City. 4.8. Indemnity. From and after the execution of this Agreement, and in addition to Developer's obligations under Section 6.4 below, Developer hereby agrees to indemnify, defend, protect, and hold harmless the City (as a third party beneficiary) and any and all agents, employees, representatives, council members, board members, consultants, and officers of the City, from and against all losses, liabilities, claims, damages (including foreseeable or unforeseeable consequential damages), penalties, fines, forfeitures, costs and expenses (including all reasonable out of pocket litigation costs and reasonable attorneys' fees) and demands of any nature whatsoever, related directly or indirectly to, or arising out of or in connection with: (i) the development and construction by Developer of the Improvements on the land or the use, ownership, management, occupancy, or possession of the land during Developer's period of ownership of the land; (ii) any breach or Default by Developer hereunder; and (iii) any of Developer's activities on the land (or the activities of Developer's agents, employees, lessees, representatives, licensees, guests, invitees, contractors, subcontractors, or independent contractors on the land). The City may in its discretion, and at their own cost, participate in the defense of any legal action naming the City. The provisions of this Section shall survive the Closing or the termination of this Agreement. 5. DEFAULT AND REMEDIES. 5.1. Events of Default. Each of the following shall constitute a "Default" by Borrower under this Agreement: 5.1.1. The failure by Borrower to make a payment of money to City within five (5) business days from the date such payment was due under any of the Loan Documents. 5.1.2. The failure by Borrower to perform any obligation under the Loan Documents not involving the payment of money, and, if such failure is curable within thirty (30) days, the expiration of thirty (30) days after notice of such failure from City to Borrower. If such failure is not curable within 30 days, Borrower may have such longer period of time as is reasonably necessary to complete the cure, provided that Borrower has commenced to cure within the initial 30-day period and diligently prosecutes such cure to completion. 5.1.3. Borrower (a) is unable, or admits in writing its inability, to pay its monetary obligations as they become due, (b) makes a general assignment for the benefit of creditors, or (c) applies for, consents to or acquiesces in the appointment of a trustee, receiver or other custodian for itself or its property, or, in the absence of such application, consent or -12- acquiescence, a trustee, receiver or other custodian is appointed for Borrower or the property of Borrower (including the Development), and such appointment is not discharged within sixty (60) days. 5.1.4. The commencement of any case under the Bankruptcy Code or commencement of any other bankruptcy, arrangement, receivership, custodianship or similar proceeding under any federal, state or foreign law by or against Borrower, provided that if any such case or other bankruptcy, arrangement, reorganization, receivership, custodianship or similar proceeding is commenced against Borrower, such case or other bankruptcy, arrangement, receivership, custodianship or similar proceeding is not dismissed within sixty (60) days after its commencement. 5.1.5. A final judgment or decree for monetary damages or a monetary fine or penalty (not subject to appeal or as to which the time for appeal has expired) is entered against Borrower by any Governmental Authority, and such judgment, decree, fine or penalty is not paid and discharged or stayed within sixty (60) days after the entry thereof. 5.1.6. The assets of Borrower are attached, levied on or otherwise seized by legal process, and such attachment, levy or seizure is not quashed, stayed or released within sixty (60) days of the date thereof. 5.1.7. There shall be filed any claim of lien against the Property or the service of any notice to withhold proceeds of the Loan and the continued maintenance of such claim of lien or notice to withhold for a period of sixty (60) days without discharge or satisfaction thereof or provision therefor (including the posting of bonds) satisfactory to City. 5.1.8. The occurrence of any conveyance that is prohibited under Section 4.6. 5.1.9. A failure to comply in any respect with the Schedule of Performance (subject to force majeure delays under Section 6.11 below), and such failure is not cured within thirty (30) days after written notice from City. If such failure is not curable within 30 days, Borrower may have such longer period of time as is reasonably necessary not to exceed an additional 30 days to complete the cure, provided that Borrower has commenced to cure within the initial 30-day period and diligently prosecutes such cure to completion. 5.1.10. Borrower's violation of any law or permit applicable to the Property or Improvements (or other improvements on the Property) that is not cured within thirty (30) days after written notice from City. If such failure is not curable within 30 days, Borrower may have such longer period of time as is reasonably necessary to complete the cure, provided that Borrower has commenced to cure within the initial 30-day period and diligently prosecutes such cure to completion. 5.1.11. Borrower's default under any other loans secured by the Property which is not cured within any applicable cure period in the loan documents for such loan. -13- 5.2. Remedies. The occurrence of any Default by Borrower will relieve City of any obligation to make further disbursement of the Loan and shall give City the right to proceed with any and all remedies set forth in the Loan Documents, including the following: 5.2.1. City shall have the right to declare, by written notice to Borrower, the outstanding principal balance of the Loan, together with any accrued and unpaid interest thereon, due and payable as of the date stated in such notice as determined by City in its sole and absolute discretion. City may proceed to enforce payment thereof and to exercise any or all rights afforded to City as a creditor and secured party under law, including the California, including foreclosure of the Deed of Trust. Borrower shall be obligated to pay City, on demand, all reasonable expenses, costs and fees (including reasonable attorney's fees and expenses) paid or incurred by City in connection with the collection of the Loan and the preservation, maintenance, protection, sale or other disposition of the security for the Loan, and such obligation shall be secured by the Deed of Trust. 5.2.2. City shall have the right to mandamus or other suit, action or proceeding at law or in equity to require Borrower to perform its obligations under the Loan Documents or to enjoin acts or things that may be unlawful or in violation of the provisions of the Loan Documents. 5.2.3. City may cure any default by Borrower under the Loan Documents. Borrower shall be liable to reimburse City, on demand, for any funds advanced by City to cure any such monetary default, together with interest thereon at the lesser of the maximum rate permitted by law or eight percent (8%) per annum from the date of expenditure until the date of reimbursement. 5.2.4. City shall have the right to file for record, as Borrower's attorney - in -fact (which appointment is a power coupled with an interest and is irrevocable), any notices of completion, notices of cessation of labor, notices of non -responsibility or any other notices that City considers necessary to protect its security for the Loan. 5.2.5. City shall also be entitled to all other remedies available at law, in equity or otherwise, including the right to foreclose the Deed of Trust. 5.2.6. Prior to exercising any remedies hereunder, City will give Borrower's investor limited partner notice of default at the same time such notice is given to Borrower provided City shall have been given such investor limited partner's name and address by Borrower in writing. The investor limited partner shall have the cure periods set forth above within which to cure the default and City will accept or reject such cure on the same basis as if such cure had been tendered by Borrower. 5.3. Right of Contest. Borrower shall have the right to contest in good faith any claim, demand, levy or assessment the assertion of which would constitute a Default hereunder. Any such contest shall be prosecuted diligently and in a manner that does not prejudice the rights of City under the Loan Documents. 5.4. Remedies Cumulative. No right, power or remedy given to City by the terms of the Loan Documents is intended to be exclusive of any other right, power or remedy, and each and every such right, power or remedy shall be cumulative and in addition to every -14- other right, power or remedy given to City by the terms of the Loan Documents, by law or otherwise. Neither the failure nor any delay on the part of City to exercise any such right, power or remedy shall operate as a waiver thereof, nor shall any single or partial exercise by City of any such right, power or remedy preclude any other or further exercise of such right, power or remedy, or any other right, power or remedy. 6. GENERAL PROVISIONS. 6.1. Relationship of Parties. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be interpreted by the Parties, or any other party, as creating the relationship of employer and employee, principal and agent, partnership or any other form of joint venture between City and Borrower, and Borrower shall at all times be deemed an independent contractor and shall be completely responsible for the manner in which it performs its obligations under this Agreement. 6.2. No Claims. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall create or authorize any claim against City by any Person that Borrower may have employed or with whom Borrower may have contracted related to the purchase of materials, supplies or equipment, or the furnishing or the performance of any work or services with respect to the construction or operation of the Property, and Borrower shall include similar requirements in any contracts entered into for the construction or operation of the Property. 6.3. Amendments. No modification of the terms of this Agreement shall be valid unless made in writing and signed by the Parties. 6.4. Indemnification for Prevailing Wages Claims. Borrower shall indemnify, defend, protect and hold harmless City and its councilmembers, officers, employees, agents, successors and assigns (collectively, "Indemnified Parties") from and against any and all claims (including, without limitation, any claim under Labor Code Section 1781), losses, proceedings, damages, causes of action, liabilities, costs and expenses, (including attorneys' fees) (collectively, "Claim") arising from or in connection with, or caused by any violations of law by Developer or any contractor, including, without limitation, any failure to comply with Labor Code Sections 1720 et. seq. If any action or proceeding be brought against City by reason of any such claim, Borrower, upon notice from City, shall defend the same at Borrower's expense with counsel satisfactory to City (which shall not be unreasonably withheld). BORROWER'S DUTY AND OBLIGATIONS TO DEFEND, INDEMNIFY AND HOLD CITY HARMLESS CITY SHALL SURVIVE CANCELLATION OF THE NOTE AND THE RECONVEYANCE OF THE DEED OF TRUST WITH RESPECT TO EVENTS OCCURRING PRIOR TO THE CANCELLATION OF THE NOTE AND RECONVEYANCE OF THE DEED OF TRUST. 6.5. Non -Liability. of and City Officials, Employees and Agents. No member, official, employee or agent of City shall be personally liable to Borrower in the event of any default or breach by City, or for any amount that may become due to Borrower, under the terms of this Agreement. 6.6. No Third Party Beneficiaries. There shall be no third party beneficiaries of this Agreement. 6.7. Notices, Demands and Communications. Except as otherwise required by law, any notice, request, direction, demand, consent, waiver, approval or other communication -15- required or permitted to be given hereunder shall not be effective unless it is given in writing and shall be delivered (a) by certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, or (b) by a commercial overnight courier that guarantees next day delivery and provides a receipt, and addressed to the parties at the addresses stated below, or at such other address as either party may hereafter notify the other in writing as aforementioned: City: City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Attn: City Manager Borrower: Las Haciendas Housing Associates, L.P. c/o Community HousingWorks 3111 Camino del Rio North, Suite 800 San Diego, CA 92108 Attn: President/CEO, Susan M. Reynolds With a copy to: Downs Pham & Kuei LLP 235 Montgomery Street, 30th Floor San Francisco, CA 94010 Attn: Irene C. Kuei Service of any such notice or other communications so made shall be deemed effective on the day of actual delivery (whether accepted or refused), as shown by the addressee's return receipt if by certified mail, and as confirmed by the courier service if by courier; provided, however, that if such actual delivery occurs after 5:00 p.m. (local time where received) or on a non -business day, then such notice or demand so made shall be deemed effective on the first business day following the day of actual delivery. No communications via electronic mail shall be effective to give any notice, request, direction, demand, consent, waiver, approval or other communications hereunder. 6.8. Applicable Law. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California, without giving effect to conflict of laws principles. 6.9. Attorneys' Fees. Should any action be brought to enforce any provision hereof, the prevailing parry in such action shall be entitled to reasonable attorneys' fees, court costs and other litigation expenses, including expenses incurred for preparation and discovery. The right to recover such fees, costs and expenses shall accrue upon the commencement of the action regardless of whether the action is prosecuted to final judgment. 6.10. Severability. If any term of this Agreement is held by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, void or unenforceable, the remaining provisions shall continue in full force and effect unless the rights and obligations of the Parties have been materially altered or abridged by such invalidation, voiding or unenforceability. 6.11. Force Majeure. A Party shall not be deemed to be in default where delays are due to war; insurrection; strikes; lock -outs; riots; floods; earthquakes; fires; quarantine -16- restrictions; freight embargoes; lack of transportation; or court order; or any other similar causes (other than lack of funds of Borrower or Borrower's inability to finance the construction of the Development) beyond the control or without the fault of the Party claiming an extension of time to perform. An extension of time for any cause will be deemed granted if notice by the Party claiming such extension is sent to the other within ten (10) days from the commencement of the cause. 6.12. Approvals/Amendments. Whenever this Agreement calls for or contemplates City approval or consent (including approval of the form and substance of other documents), the written approval or consent or waiver of the City Manager shall constitute the approval or consent of City. The City hereby also authorizes the City Manager to make non - substantial changes to this Agreement, including, reasonable extensions of time deadlines set forth in this Agreement, and increase in Preliminary Project Budget not in excess of 15% provided they are in writing, and to send notices and demands, initiate and administer remedies and otherwise administer the Loan Documents. The City Manager shall have the authority to review and approve all documents listed in Section 3.5 hereof and may prohibit disbursement of Loan funds if the documents are not reasonably satisfactory to the City Manager. 6.13. Warranty Against Payment of Consideration for Agreement. Borrower warrants that it has not paid or given, and will not pay or give, any Person, including the City, the City, or any member, official or employee thereof, any money or other consideration for obtaining this Agreement. 6.14. Time. Time is of the essence with respect to this Agreement and the performance of each obligation contained herein. 6.15. Multiple Originals; Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in multiple originals, each of which is deemed to be an original, and may be signed in counterparts. WHEREAS, this Agreement has been entered into by the undersigned as of the date first above written. CITY: CITY OF TEMECULA WE ATTEST: 1-2 Randi Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: Peter Thorson, City Attorney James Stewart Mayor -17- BORROWER: LAS HACIENDAS HOUSING ASSOCIATES, L.P., a California limited partnership By: CHW Las Haciendas LLC, a California limited liability company, its General Partner By: Community HousingWorks, a California nonprofit public benefit corporation, its Sole Member and Manager ME Mary Jane Jagodzinski, Senior Vice President in EXHIBIT "A" LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY The land referred to herein is situated in the State of California, County of Riverside and described as follows: Lots 16 and 20 of Tract 3841, City of Temecula, County of Riverside, State of California, as per map filed in Book 61, Page(s) 75 and 76 of Maps, and amended by a Certificate of Correction recorded August 25, 1987 as Instrument No. 246382, Records of Riverside County, California. APN: 921-050-016-2 and 921-050-020-5 Exhibit "A" Page 1 of 1 EXHIBIT "B" SCOPE OF DEVELOPMENT 77 unit apartment project, with 111 parking spaces (91 onsite and 20 on street), a community building, laundry facilities, a computer room and a children's playground. Exhbit `B" Page 1 of 1 EXHIBIT "C" FORM OF DEED OF TRUST RECORDING REQUESTED BY, AND WHEN RECORDED, MAIL TO: City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Attn: City Clerk With a copy to: Community Housing Works 3111 Camino del Rio North Suite 800 San Diego, CA 92108 Attn: Mary Jane Jagodzinski APN(s): 921-050-016-2; 921-050-020-5 (Space Above This Line For Recorder's Use) Free Recording Requested Pursuant To Government Code Section 27383 DEED OF TRUST, ASSIGNMENT OF RENTS, SECURITY AGREEMENT AND FIXTURE FILING This Deed of Trust, Assignment of Rents, Security Agreement and Fixture Filing is dated , 20_, and is executed by LAS HACIENDAS HOUSING ASSOCIATES, L.P., a California limited partnership, herein called Trustor, whose address is c/o Community Housing Works, 3111 Camino del Rio North, Suite 800, San Diego, CA 92108, in favor of First American Title Insurance Company, as Trustee, for the benefit of the CITY OF TEMECULA, herein called Beneficiary. Witnesseth: That Trustor IRREVOCABLY GRANTS, TRANSFERS AND ASSIGNS TO TRUSTEE IN TRUST, WITH POWER OF SALE, that property in Riverside County, California, described in Exhibit "A" attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference, together with all improvements and fixtures thereon and all goods and other personal property owned by Trustor and located thereon (collectively, the "Property"). TOGETHER WITH the rents, issues and profits thereof, SUBJECT, HOWEVER, to the right, power and authority hereinafter given to and conferred upon Beneficiary to collect and supply such rents, issues and profits. For the Purpose of Securing: C-1 Payment of principal and interest, if and when due, under that certain Secured Promissory Note in the stated principal amount of $ dated substantially concurrently herewith executed by Trustor in favor of Beneficiary. A breach or default under said Secured Promissory Note or the Affordability Restrictions and Regulatory Agreement between Trustor and Beneficiary shall also be a default hereunder. To Protect the Security of This Deed of Trust, Trustor Agrees: (1) To keep said Property in good condition and repair; not to remove or demolish any building thereon; to complete or restore promptly and in good workmanlike manner any building which may be constructed, damaged or destroyed thereon and to pay when due all claims for labor performed and materials furnished thereof, to comply with all laws affecting said Property, or requiring any alterations or improvements to be made thereon; not to commit or permit waste thereof, not to commit, suffer or permit any act upon said Property in violation of law; and to do all other acts which from the character or use of said Property may be reasonably necessary, the specific enumerations herein not excluding the general. (2) To provide or cause to provide, maintain and deliver to Beneficiary fire insurance satisfactory to and with loss payable to Beneficiary and any superior trust deed holder, as their interests may appear. The amount collected under any fire or other insurance policy may be applied by Beneficiary upon any indebtedness secured hereby and in such order as Beneficiary may determine, or at option of Beneficiary the entire amount so collected or any part thereof may be released to Trustor. Such application or release shall not cure or waive any default or notice of default hereunder or invalidate any act done pursuant to such notice. (3) To appear in and defend any action or proceeding purporting to affect the security hereof or the rights or powers of Beneficiary or Trustee; and to pay all costs and expenses, including cost of evidence of title and attorney's fees in a reasonable sum, in any such action or proceeding in which Beneficiary or Trustee may appear, and in any suit brought by Beneficiary to foreclose this Deed of Trust. (4) To pay: at least ten days before delinquency all taxes and assessments affecting said Property, including assessments on appurtenant water stock; when due, all encumbrances, charges and liens, with interest, on said Property or any part thereof, which appear to be prior or superior hereto; all costs, fees and expenses of this Trust. Should Trustor fail to make any payment or to do any act as herein provided, then Beneficiary or Trustee, but without obligation so to do and without notice to or demand upon Trustor and without releasing Trustor from any obligation hereof, may: (a) make or do the same in such manner and to such extent as either may deem necessary to protect the security hereof, Beneficiary or Trustee being authorized to enter upon said Property for such purposes; (b) appear in and defend any action or proceeding purporting to affect the security hereof or the rights or powers of Beneficiary or Trustee; (c) pay, purchase, contest or compromise any encumbrance, charge or lien which in the judgment of either appears to be prior or superior hereto; and (d) in exercising any such powers, pay necessary expenses, employ counsel and pay his reasonable fees. C-2 (5) To pay immediately and without demand all sums so expended by Beneficiary or Trustee, with interest from date of expenditure at the amount allowed by law in effect at the date hereof, and to pay for any statement provided for by law in effect at the date hereof regarding the obligation secured hereby any amount demanded by the Beneficiary not to exceed the maximum allowed by law at the time when said statement is demanded. (6) That any award of damages in connection with any condemnation for public use of or injury to said Property or any part thereof is hereby assigned and shall be paid to Beneficiary (and to any superior trust deed holder, as their interests may appear) who may apply or release such moneys received by him in the same manner and with the same effect as above provided for disposition of proceeds of fire or other insurance. (7) That by accepting payment of any sum secured hereby after its due date, Beneficiary does not waive his right either to require prompt payment when due of all other sums so secured or to declare default for failure so to pay. (8) That at any time or from time to time, without liability therefore and without notice, upon written request of Beneficiary and presentation of this Deed of Trust and said note for endorsement, and without affecting the personal liability of any person for payment of the indebtedness secured hereby, Trustee may: (a) reconvey any part of said Property; (b) consent to the making of any map or plat thereof, (c) join in granting any easement thereon; or (d) join in any extension agreement or any agreement subordinating the lien or charge hereof. (9) That upon written request of Beneficiary stating that all sums secured hereby have been paid, and upon surrender of this Deed of Trust and said note to Trustee for cancellation and retention and upon payment of its fees, Trustee shall reconvey, without warranty, the Property then held hereunder. The recitals in such reconveyance of any matters or facts shall be conclusive proof of the truthfulness thereof. The grantee in such reconveyance may be described as "the person or persons legally entitled thereto." Five years after issuance of such full reconveyance, Trustee may destroy said note and this Deed of Trust (unless directed in such request to retain them). (10) That as additional security, subject to the rights of superior trust deed holders, as their interests may appear, Trustor hereby gives to and confers upon Beneficiary the right, power and authority, during the continuance of these trusts, to collect the rents, issues and profits of said Property, reserving unto Trustor the right, prior to any default by Trustor in payment of any indebtedness secured hereby or in performance of any agreement hereunder, to collect and retain such rents, issues and profits as they become due and payable. Upon any such default, Beneficiary may at any time without notice, either in person, by agent, or by a receiver to be appointed by a court, and without regard to the adequacy of any security for the indebtedness hereby secured, enter upon and take possession of said Property or any part thereof, in his own name sue for or otherwise collect such rents, issues and profits, including those past due and unpaid, and apply the same, less costs and expenses of operation and collection, including reasonable attorney's fees, upon any indebtedness secured hereby, and in such order as Beneficiary may determine. The entering upon and taking possession of said Property, the collection of such rents, issues and profits and the application thereof as aforesaid, shall not cure C-3 or waive any default or notice of default hereunder or invalidate any act done pursuant to such notice. (11) That upon default by Trustor in payment of any indebtedness secured hereby, or in performance of any agreement hereunder, or default by Trustor under the Secured Promissory Note or the Affordability Restrictions and Regulatory Agreement executed by Trustor that is not cured within the cure period, if any, expressly described therein and applicable to the default, Beneficiary may declare all sums secured hereby immediately due and payable by delivery to Trustee of written declaration of default and demand for sale and of written notice of default and election to cause to be sold said Property, which notice Trustee shall cause to be filed for record. After the lapse of such time as may then be required by law following the recordation of said notice of default, and notice of sale having been given as then required by law, Trustee, without demand on Trustor, shall sell said Property at the time and place fixed by it in said notice of sale, either as a whole or in separate parcels, and in such order as it may determine, at public auction to the highest bidder for cash in lawful money of the United States, payable at time of sale. Trustee may postpone sale of all or any portion of said Property by public announcement at such time and place of sale, and from time to time thereafter may postpone such sale by public announcement at the time fixed by the preceding postponement. Trustee shall deliver to such highest bidder its deed conveying the Property so sold, but without any covenant or warranty, express or implied. The recitals in such deed of any matters or facts shall be conclusive proof of the truthfulness thereof. Any person, including Trustor, Trustee, or Beneficiary may purchase the Property at such sale. After deducting all costs, fees and expenses of Trustee and of this Trust, including cost of evidence of title in connection with sale, Trustee shall apply the proceeds of sale to payment of: all sums expended under the terms hereof, not then repaid, with accrued interest at the amount allowed by law in effect at the date hereof; all other sums then secured hereby; and the remainder, if any, to the person or persons legally entitled thereto. (12) Beneficiary, or any successor in ownership of any indebtedness secured hereby, may from time to time, by instrument in writing, substitute a successor or successors to any Trustee named herein or acting hereunder, which instrument, executed by the Beneficiary and duly acknowledged and recorded in the office of the recorder of the county or counties where said Property is situated, shall be conclusive proof of proper substitution of such successor Trustee or Trustees, who shall, without conveyance from the Trustee predecessor, succeed to all its title estate, rights, powers and duties. Said instrument must contain the name of the original Trustor, Trustee and Beneficiary hereunder, the book and page where this Deed of Trust is recorded and the name and address of the new Trustee. (13) That this Deed of Trust applies to, inures to the benefit of, and binds all parties hereto, their heirs, legatees, devisees, administrators, executors, successors and assigns. The term Beneficiary shall include the owner and holder, including pledges, of the note secured hereby, whether or not named as Beneficiary herein. In this Deed of Trust, whenever the context so requires, the masculine gender includes the feminine and/or neuter, and the singular number includes the plural. (14) That Trustee accepts this Trust when this Deed of Trust, duly executed and acknowledged, is made a public record as provided by law. Trustee is not obligated to notify any party hereto of pending sale under any Deed of Trust or of any action or proceeding in which Trustor, Beneficiary or Trustee shall be a party unless brought by Trustee. (15) If the Trustor shall sell, lease, transfer, assign, convey, encumber, mortgage, hypothecate or alienate the real property described herein, or any part thereof, or any interest therein, or shall be divested of title or any interest therein in any manner or way, whether voluntarily or involuntarily prior to completion of the development described in the Loan Agreement between Trustor and Beneficiary, (except as expressly permitted by Beneficiary pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth in the Regulatory Agreement between Trustor and Beneficiary), or if Trustor shall fail to make any payments due under the note secured by this Deed of Trust, or fail to perform any other obligation under said Restrictive Agreement, this Deed of Trust or the note secured hereby, or any other deed of trust encumbering the subject Property, then Beneficiary shall have the right, at its option, to declare any indebtedness or obligations secured hereby, irrespective of the maturity date specified in any note evidencing the same, immediately due and payable. (16) Notwithstanding anything provided herein to the contrary, the Beneficiary agrees to look solely to the Trustor's interest in the Property encumbered hereby and improvements thereon (or the proceeds thereof) for the satisfaction of any remedy of the Beneficiary, and for the collection of a judgment (or other judicial process) requiring the payment of money by the Trustor, except where such judgment results from a claim of fraud; intentional misrepresentation; misapplication; misappropriation; or wrongful retention of rental income; casualty insurance; condemnation proceeds; or other funds attributable to the Property; the commission of any act of deliberate waste with respect to the Property encumbered hereby; or the deposit of any hazardous or toxic materials on the Property encumbered hereby; in which events there shall be no such limitation on the Beneficiary's recourse against the Trustor. (17) This Deed of Trust is also intended to be and shall constitute both a Security Agreement and a "fixture filing" as defined in the California Commercial Code, the Trustor being the Debtor and the Beneficiary being the Secured Party. Trustor hereby grants Beneficiary a security interest in all fixtures, and in all goods which are or are to become fixtures on the Land, for the purpose of securing all indebtedness and other obligations of Trustor now or hereafter secured by this Deed of Trust. The products of such collateral are also covered hereby. This Deed of Trust, as a fixture filing, is to be recorded in the real estate records covering the real property covered hereby. Trustor authorizes Beneficiary to execute, deliver, file and record (as necessary) financing and continuation statements covering such property from time to time in such form as Beneficiary may require to perfect and continue the perfection of Beneficiary's security interest with respect to such property, and to reimburse Beneficiary for any costs incurred in filing such financing statements and any continuation statements. Trustor shall not create or allow the creation of any other security interest in such property. Upon the occurrence of any default by Trustor hereunder, Beneficiary shall have the rights and remedies of a secured party under the California Commercial Code, as well as all other rights and remedies available at law or in equity or as provided herein, all at Beneficiary's option. Trustor and Beneficiary agree that the filing of a financing statement in the records normally having to do with personal property shall never be construed as in any way derogating from or impairing this declaration C-5 and the hereby stated intention of the parties hereto that everything used in connection with the operation or occupancy of such property or the production of income therefrom is and, at all times and for all purposes and in all proceedings, both legal and equitable, shall be regarded as real property encumbered by this Deed of Trust and fixture filing, irrespective of whether (a) any such item is physically attached to the buildings and improvements, (b) serial numbers are used for the better identification of certain equipment, or (c) any such item is referred to or reflected in any such financing statement so filed at any time. Such mention in the financing statement is declared to be for the protection of the Beneficiary in the event any court or judge shall at any time hold that notice of Beneficiary's priority of interest must be filed in the Uniform Commercial Code records to be effective against a particular class of persons, including, but not limited to, the federal government and any subdivisions or entities of the federal government. The undersigned Trustor requests that a copy of any Notice of Default and of any Notice of Sale hereunder be mailed to him at his address hereinbefore set forth. .W. CALIFORNIA ALL-PURPOSE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT A notary public or other officer completing this certificate verifies only the identity of the individual who signed the document to which this certificate is attached, and not the truthfulness, accuracy, or validity of that document. STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE On before me, Notary Public, personally appeared , who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity, and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity(ies) upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature of Notary Public Place Notary Seal Above C-7 CALIFORNIA ALL-PURPOSE ACKNOWLEDGMENT A notary public or other officer completing this certificate verifies only the identity of the individual who signed the document to which this certificate is attached, and not the truthfulness, accuracy, or validity of that document. STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE On before me, Notary Public, personally appeared , who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity, and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity(ies) upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature of Notary Public Place Notary Seal Above AN EXHIBIT "A" LEGAL DESCRIPTION Mt EXHIBIT "D" FORM OF PROMISSORY NOTE SECURED PROMISSORY NOTE , 202 Temecula, California $9,629,143.00 FOR VALUE RECEIVED, the undersigned [LAS HACIENDAS HOUSING ASSOCIATES, L.P., a California limited partnership] ("Maker" or "Developer"), having its principal place of business at c/o Community Housingworks, 3111 Camino del Rio North, Suite 800, San Diego, CA 92108, promises to pay to the order of the CITY OF TEMECULA, a municipal corporation ("Payee" or "City"), at 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590, or at such other place as the holder of this Note from time to time may designate in writing, the principal sum of $718,445.00 constituting deferred development fees and $8,910,698.00 of construction loan funds (colletively, $9,629,143), together with interest on the outstanding principal amount of this promissory note (the "City Loan Note") at the "Applicable Interest Rate," as defined below, in lawful money of the United States of America. This City Loan Note is being delivered, and the loans evidenced hereby are being made, pursuant to the terms of that certain Loan Agreement between Developer and City ("Loan Agreement"). All capitalized terms used herein which are not separately defined herein shall have the meanings set forth therefor in the Loan Agreement. Upon the date hereof, the sum of $718,445 (consisting of deferred development fees) shall be deemed outstanding. The remainder of the loan principal (consisting of construction loan funds) shall be disbursed by City subject to the terms and conditions in Section 3.7 of the Loan Agreement (or by the Senior Project Lender pursuant to the Disbursement Agreement between City and such Senior Project Lender) . "Applicable Interest Rate" means three percent (3%) per annum, simple interest, on outstanding principal, except that amounts not paid when due shall accrue interest from the date due until the date paid at the lesser of: (i) seven percent (7%) per annum, simple interest, or (ii) the maximum rate permitted by applicable law. 1. Payments. Payments under this City Loan Note shall be due and payable as follow: Payments of fifty percent (50%) of all Residual Receipts ("City Portion") payable on April 30 after the first anniversary of completion of construction of the Project pursuant to the Loan Agreement, and each anniversary thereafter until this City Loan Note has been satisfied in full. Payments shall first be applied to accrued interest, then to the first $718,445.00 of principal (representing deferred fees), then to remaining outstanding principal. In addition, the entire amount of outstanding principal and accrued interest and any additional amounts which become owing hereunder shall be paid by Maker to Payee as of the earliest of (i) a default under the Loan Agreement, the Regulatory Agreement entered pursuant to the Loan Agreement, or the deed of trust securing this City Loan Note not cured within the applicable cure period after delivery of D-1 required notice; (ii) as provided in Section 4 below; (iii) fifty-five (55) years after the date of this City Loan Note (the "Maturity Date"). 2. Secured by Deed of Trust. Repayment of this City Loan Note is secured by a deed of trust (the "City Deed of Trust") of this date executed by Maker for the benefit of Payee encumbering the property described in the City Deed of Trust (the "Property" or "Site"). 3. Prepayment. Maker shall have the right to prepay amounts owing under this City Loan note at any time, without penalty or premium. 4. Due on Sale or Encumbrance. In the event of any Transfer (as defined below) of the Property, or any portion thereof or interest therein, Payee shall have the absolute right at its option, without prior demand or notice, to declare all sums secured hereby immediately due and payable. As used herein, the term "Transfer" means and includes the direct or indirect sale, transfer, conveyance, assignment, or other alienation of the Property, or any portion thereof or interest therein, whether voluntary, involuntary, by operation of law or otherwise, or the lease of all or substantially all of the Property or of all or substantially all of the improvements located thereon. Transfer shall not include the sale, transfer, assignment, pledge, hypothecation or encumbrance by Developer's limited partner of its partnership interest to the extent permitted by the Loan Agreement, nor shall Transfer include the removal of any general partner of Developer by the limited partner for cause and the replacement of such removed general partner by another person or entity in accordance with the terms of Developer's partnership agreement to the extent permitted by the Loan Agreement. "Transfer" shall not include a Transfer permitted in the Loan Agreement so long as Trustor complies with the provisions of the Regulatory Agreement relating to such leasing activity. "Transfer" shall not include the leasing of individual Units on the Property. Failure of Beneficiary to exercise the option to declare all sums secured hereby immediately due and payable upon a Transfer will not constitute waiver of the right to exercise this option in the event of any subsequent Transfer. 5. Miscellaneous. (a) Governing Law. All questions with respect to the construction of this City Loan Note and the rights and liabilities of the parties to this City Loan Note shall be governed by the laws of the State of California. (b) Binding on Successors. This City Loan Note shall inure to the benefit of, and shall be binding upon, the successors and assigns of each of the parties to this City Loan Note. (c) Attorneys' Fees. (i) Maker shall reimburse Payee for all reasonable attorneys' fees, costs and expenses, incurred by Payee in connection with the enforcement of Payee's rights under this City Loan Note, including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys' fees, costs and expenses for trial, appellate proceedings, out -of -court negotiations, workouts and settlements or for enforcement of rights under any state or federal statute, including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys' fees, costs and expenses incurred to protect Payee's security and attorneys' fees, costs and expenses incurred in bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings such as (but not D-2 limited to) seeking relief from stay in a bankruptcy proceeding. The term "expenses" means any expenses incurred by Payee in connection with any of the out -of -court, or state, federal or bankruptcy proceedings referred to above, including, without limitation, the fees and expenses of any appraisers, consultants and expert witnesses retained or consulted by Payee in connection with any such proceeding. (ii) Payee shall also be entitled to its attorneys' fees, costs and expenses incurred in any post judgment proceedings to collect and enforce the judgment. This provision is separate and several and shall survive the merger of this City Loan Note into any judgment on this City Loan Note. (d) Entire Agreement. This City Loan Note and the relevant provisions of the Loan Agreement constitute the entire agreement and understanding between and among the parties in respect of the subject matter of such agreements and supersede all prior agreements and understandings with respect to such subject matter, whether oral or written. (e) Time of the Essence. Time is of the essence with respect to every provision hereof. (f) Waivers by Maker. Except as otherwise provided in any agreement executed in connection with this City Loan Note, Maker waives: presentment; demand; notice of dishonor; notice of default or delinquency; notice of acceleration; notice of protest and nonpayment; notice of costs, expenses or losses and interest thereon; and diligence in taking any action to collect any sums arising under this City Loan Note or in any proceeding against any of the rights or interests in or to properties securing payment of this City Loan Note. (g) Non -waivers. No previous waiver and no failure or delay by Maker in acting with respect to the terms of this City Loan Note or the City Deed of Trust shall constitute a waiver of any breach, default, or failure of condition under this City Loan Note, the City Deed of Trust or the obligations secured thereby. A waiver of any term of this City Loan Note, the City Deed of Trust or of any of the obligations secured thereby must be made in writing and shall be limited to the express written terms of such waiver. In the event of any inconsistencies between the terms of this City Loan Agreement Note and the terms of any other document related to the loan evidenced by this City Loan Agreement Note, the terms of this City Loan Note shall prevail. (h) Non -Recourse. Repayment of this Note and all other obligations of Borrower hereunder, under the Loan Agreement, Regulatory Agreement or City Deed of Trust shall be a non -recourse obligation of Borrower, such that neither Borrower nor any partner of Borrower shall have any personal obligation to make any payments or perform any other obligations of Borrower. (i) Cure by Limited Partners. City hereby agrees that any cure of any default made or tendered by Developer's limited partners who shall have been identified in writing by Developer to City and shall be deemed to be a cure by Developer and shall be accepted or rejected on the same basis as if made or tendered by Developer; provided City shall have D-3 received written notice by Developer of the identity of, and address for notices for, such limited partners and a copy of the applicable limited partnership agreement and amendments showing they are limited partners. MAKER: Will CALIFORNIA ALL PURPOSE ACKNOWLEDGMENT A notary public or other officer completing this certificate verifies only the identity of the individual who signed the document to which this certificate is attached, and not the truthfulness, accuracy, or validity of that document. STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE On before me, Notary Public, personally appeared , who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity, and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity(ies) upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature of Notary Public Place Notary Seal Above D-5 EXHIBIT "E" FORM OF NOTICE OF AFFORDABILITY RESTRICTIONS (Attached.) E-1 RECORDING REQUESTED BY AND WHEN RECORDED MAIL TO: City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Attention: City Clerk with a copy to: Community HousingWorks 3111 Camino del Rio North, Suite 800 San Diego, CA 92108 Attn: Mary Jane Jagodzinski APN: 921-050-016-2; 921-050-020-5 Exempt From Recording Fee Pursuant to Government Code § 27383 NOTICE OF AFFORDABILITY RESTRICTIONS ON TRANSFER OF PROPERTY Important notice to owners, purchasers, tenants, lenders, brokers, escrow and title companies, and other persons, regarding affordable housing restrictions on the real property described in this Notice: Affordable housing restrictions have been recorded with respect to the property described below (referred to in this Notice as the "Site") which require that the Site be developed as an affordable rental housing development (the "Project") and that all of the units be rented to and occupied by persons and households of limited income at affordable rents. Title of Document Containing Affordable Housing Restrictions: Affordability Restrictions and Regulatory Agreement (Low/Mod Set -Aside Funds) ("Agreement"). Parties to Agreement: ("Developer") and the City of Temecula ("City"). The Agreement is recorded concurrently with this Notice, in the Official Records of Riverside County. Legal Description of Site: See Exhibit "A" attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference. Site Location: 28715 Las Haciendas Street and 28772 Calle Cortez. Assessor's Parcel Number of Site: 921-050-016-2; 921-050-020-5 Summary of Agreement: E-2 o The Agreement requires Developer to develop a seventy-seven (77) unit (each, a "Unit") rental housing project on property being acquired by Developer from the City, but one unit is a manager's unit. o The Agreement restricts the rental of 37 Units ("Required Affordable Units"), which are required to be rented to and occupied by Extremely Low Income Households, Very Low Income Households and Low Income households, whose annual income generally cannot exceed 30%, 50%, or 60% (respectively) of Area Median Income for the Riverside County area, adjusted for household size. o Area Median Income limits (or "AMI") are all as published periodically by the California Department of Housing and Community Development. o The Agreement restricts the rents that may be charged to households occupying Required Household Units to the following maximum rents ("Affordable Rent"): • Affordable Rent for Extremely Low Income Households shall be 30% x 30% of AMI (as described in the Agreement) for a household size appropriate to the unit, including a reasonable utility allowance; • Affordable Rent for Very Low Income Households shall be 30% x 50% of AMI for a household size appropriate to the unit, including a reasonable utility allowance; • Affordable Rent for Low Income Households shall be 30% x 60% of AMI for a household size appropriate to the unit, including a reasonable utility allowance; • Household size appropriate to the unit shall be two persons for a one bedroom unit, three persons for a two bedroom unit, and 4 persons for a three bedroom unit. • The term of the Agreement is fifty-five (55) years from the date of the City's issuance of a Final Certificate of Occupancy for the Project. This Notice does not contain a full description of the details of all of the terms and conditions of the Agreement. You will need to obtain and read the Agreement to fully understand the restrictions and requirements which apply to the Site. E-3 This Notice is being recorded and filed in compliance with Health and Safety Code Section 33334.3(f)(3) and (4), and shall be indexed against Developer. Date: , 202 CITY: CITY OF TEMECULA By: Print Name: City Manager DEVELOPER: E-4 CALIFORNIA ALL PURPOSE ACKNOWLEDGMENT A notary public or other officer completing this certificate verifies only the identity of the individual who signed the document to which this certificate is attached, and not the truthfulness, accuracy, or validity of that document. STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE On before me, Notary Public, personally appeared , who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity, and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity(ies) upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature of Notary Public Place Notary Seal Above E-5 CALIFORNIA ALL PURPOSE ACKNOWLEDGMENT A notary public or other officer completing this certificate verifies only the identity of the individual who signed the document to which this certificate is attached, and not the truthfulness, accuracy, or validity of that document. STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE On before me, Notary Public, personally appeared , who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity, and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity(ies) upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Place Notary Seal Above Signature of Notary Public CALIFORNIA ALL PURPOSE ACKNOWLEDGMENT A notary public or other officer completing this certificate verifies only the identity of the individual who signed the document to which this certificate is attached, and not the truthfulness, accuracy, or validity of that document. STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE On before me, Notary Public, personally appeared , who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity, and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity(ies) upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature of Notary Public Place Notary Seal Above E-7 EXHIBIT A LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY Real property in the City of Temecula, County of Riverside, State of California, described as follows: EXHIBIT "F' PRELIMINARY PROJECT BUDGET [INTENTIONALLY OMITTED; DELIVERY OF PROJECT BUDGET IS CONDITION TO CLOSING] F-1 EXHIBIT "G" FORM OF AFFORDABILITY RESTRICTIONS AND REGULATORY AGREEMENT RECORDING REQUESTED BY, AND WHEN RECORDED RETURN TO: City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Attention: City Clerk with a copy to: Community HousingWorks 3111 Camino del Rio North, Suite 800 San Diego, CA 92108 Attn: Mary Jane Jagodzinski APN(s): 921-050-016-2; 921-050-020-5 (Space Use.) This document is exempt from the payment of a recording fee pursuant to Government Code Section 6103. AFFORDABILITY RESTRICTIONS AND REGULATORY AGREEMENT (Low -Mod Set Aside Funds) These AFFORDABILITY RESTRICTIONS AND REGULATORY AGREEMENT ("Regulatory Agreement") is hereby entered, effective as of , 202_, by and among the CITY OF TEMECULA, a municipal corporation, as successor to the housing assets and funds of the former Temecula Redevelopment Agency ("City"), and ("Developer") (City and Developer are sometimes collectively referred to herein as the "Parties."). RECITALS WHEREAS, City and Developer have entered into that certain Loan Agreement dated as of , 2020 (the "Loan Agreement") for the improvement and development of a 77 unit apartment project on the real property described in Exhibit "A" (the "Site") which Loan Agreement provides for the City to make a loan to Developer of low/mod income housing set aside funds conditioned upon, among other things, the execution and recordation of this Regulatory Agreement. Any capitalized term not defined herein shall have the meaning established therefor in the Loan Agreement. NOW, THEREFORE, City and Developer declare that the Site shall be held, transferred, encumbered, used, sold, conveyed, leased and occupied subject to the covenants, conditions and restrictions hereinafter set forth expressly and exclusively for the use and benefit of said property. Each and all of the restrictions, limitations, conditions, covenants, liens, reservations and charges herein contained shall run with the land and be recorded on the property title and shall be binding on Parties, their grantees, successors, heirs, executors, administrators, devisees or assigns, and all subsequent owners of all or any part of the Site, during the term of this Regulatory Agreement. ARTICLE I DEFINITIONS The definitions provided herein shall be applicable to this Regulatory Agreement and also to any amendment or supplement (unless the context implicitly or explicitly shall prohibit), recorded against the Site pursuant to the provision of this Regulatory Agreement. Section 1. "Affiliated Person" means, when used in reference to a specific person, any person that directly or indirectly controls or is controlled by or under common control with the specified person, any person that is an officer or director of, a trustee of, or a general partner, managing member or operator in, the specified person or of which the specified person is an officer, director, trustee, general partner or managing member,. Section 2. "Affordable Housing Development" means an affordable housing project operated in conformity with this Regulatory Agreement throughout the Required Covenant Period. Section 3. "Affordable Rent", per month, means, for an Extremely Low Income Household, a monthly rent (including a reasonable utility allowance) that does not exceed thirty percent (30%) of thirty percent (30%) of Median Income for a household size appropriate to the Unit; for some Very Low Income Households specified herein, a monthly rent (including a reasonable utility allowance) which does not exceed one -twelfth (1/12th) of thirty percent (30%) of fifty percent (50%) of Median Income for a household size appropriate to the Unit; and for a Low Income Household, a monthly rent (including reasonable utility allowance) which does not exceed one -twelfth (1/12th) of thirty percent (30%) of sixty percent (60%) of Median Income for a household size appropriate to the Unit. Section 4. "Approved Housing Development" means all improvements as provided to be developed by Developer under the Loan Agreement. The Approved Housing Development must be completed in strict conformity with all specifications contained in or referred to in the Loan Agreement. Section 5. "Area" means the San Bernardino -Riverside Primary Metropolitan Statistical Area, as periodically defined by HUD. Section 6. "Certificate" or "Certification" is defined in Section 3(a). Section 7. "City", as defined in the first paragraph hereof, means the City of Yucaipa, a municipal corporation. G-2 Section 8. "City Code" means and refers to the City of Temecula Municipal Code, as revised from time to time. Section 9. ""Common Areas" means all areas on the Site that are open or accessible to all tenants of the Site (such as grounds, but excluding interiors of Units). Section 10. `Extremely Low Income Household" means a household earning not greater than the extremely low income limit for Riverside County, adjusted for household size, pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 50106. Section 11. "Household size appropriate to the unit" shall be two persons for a one bedroom unit, three persons for a two bedroom unit, and four persons for a three bedroom unit. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in the event the determination of Household size appropriate to the unit set forth in this Section 11 conflicts with the determinatio of California Tax Credit Allocation Committee ("CTCAC"), then CTCAC's determination shall control. Section 12. Gross Income" means all payments from all sources received by a person (together with the gross income of all persons of the age of 18 years or older who intend to reside with such person in one residential unit) whether in cash or in kind as calculated pursuant to 25 California Code of Regulations Section 6914. Section 13. "Low Income Household" or "Lower Income Household" means a household earning not greater than the lower income household limit for Riverside County described in Health and Safety Code Section 50079.5 that is not a Very Low Income Household or Extremely Low Income Household. Section 14. "Low Income Unit" or "Lower Income Unit" means a Unit occupied at Affordable Rent by a Low Income Household. Section 15. "Median Income" or "Median Income for the Area" means the applicable median income published at 25 California Code of Regulations Section 6932, as modified from time to time. Section 16. "Prescribed Income Levels" means the following: Type Income of Household Number of Units as Percentage of AMI 1BR/l BA 30% 5 1BR/1BA 50% 6 1BR/1BA 60% 4 2BR/lBA 30% 7 2BR/1BA 50% 6 2BR/1BA 60% 3 G-3 Type Income of Household Number of Units as Percentage of AMI 3BR/2BA 50% 6 Section 17. "Regulatory Agreement" means this Regulatory Agreement and any amendments, modifications or supplements. Section 18. "Rental Development" means the seventy-seven (77) Unit residential rental development on the Site. Section 19. "Required Affordable Unit" means any of the thirty-seven (37) restricted of the dwelling units in the Rental Development, as constructed under the Loan Agreement, and available to, occupied by, or held vacant for occupancy only by tenants qualifying as Extemely Low Income Households, Very Low Income Households and Low Income Households and to be rented at Affordable Rent. Section 20. "Required Covenant Period" means the period commencing on the date all Required Affordable Units have been completed as evidenced by the City's issuance of a Final Certificate of Occupancy for the Rental Development, and ending as of the fifty-fifth (55th) anniversary thereof. Section 21. "Site" means all of the real property and appurtenances as described in the Recitals above, including all structures and other improvements thereon, and those hereafter constructed. Section 22. "Unit" means a dwelling unit on the Rental Development. Section 23. "Very Low Income Households" means households earning not greater than the very low income limit for Riverside County, adjusted for household size, pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 50105. Section 24. "Very Low Income Unit" means a Unit occupied at Affordable Rent by a Very Low Income Household. Section 25. "Very Low Income Required Units" means the Required Affordable Units which are required to be rented to Very Low Income Households at Affordable Rent for Very Low Income Households. Section 26. "Year" means a calendar year, excepting that the last Year hereunder shall be deemed to end as of the expiration of this Regulatory Agreement. ARTICLE II LAND USE RESTRICTIONS; IMPROVEMENTS Section 1. Uses. Developer shall develop the Approved Housing Development on the Site in conformity with the Loan Agreement. Thereafter, the Site shall be operated as an Affordable WWI Housing Development and devoted only to the uses specified in the Loan Agreement and for the period of time specified herein. None of the units in the Rental Development shall at any time be utilized on a transient basis nor shall the Rental Development or any portion thereof ever be used as a hotel, motel, dormitory, fraternity or sorority house, rooming house, hospital, nursing home, sanitarium, rest home or trailer court or park. No part of the Site, from the date Developer acquired the Site, has been or will at any time be owned or used as a cooperative housing corporation or a community apartment project or a stock cooperative. Section 2. Affordable Housing. Affordability Restrictions. Throughout the Required Covenant Period, the Developer shall cause the Required Affordable Units to be rented in accordance with the definition of "Prescribed Income Levels" in Section 18 at Affordable Rents. Except to the extent prohibited by federal law, in the event a household's income initially complies with the corresponding income restriction but the income of such household increases, such increase shall not be deemed to result in a violation of the restrictions of this Regulatory Agreement concerning limitations upon income of occupants, provided that the occupancy by such household is for a reasonable time of not to exceed three hundred sixty-five (365) days (measured from the time the income of the household ceases to qualify at the designated affordability level). Developer shall include in its rental agreements provisions which implement this requirement and limitation, and Developer shall expressly inform prospective renters as to this limitation prior to the commencement of a tenancy. Duration of Affordability Requirements. The restrictions shall apply throughout the Required Covenant Period. All tenants residing in any Required Affordable Unit for which rents are limited by virtue of this Regulatory Agreement or pursuant to other regulation during the last two (2) Years of the Required Covenant Period shall be given notice by Developer at least once every six (6) months prior to the expiration date of this requirement, that the rent payable on such Required Affordable Unit may be raised to a market rate rent at the end of the Required Covenant Period. Selection of Tenants. Developer shall demonstrate to City that the proposed tenants of the Required Affordable Unit of the Extremely Low Income Units constitute Extremely Low Income Households; that the proposed tenants of Very Low Income Required Units constitute Very Low Income Households; and that the proposed tenants of the Low Income Required Units constitute Low Income Households. Prior to the rental or lease of a Required Affordable Unit to a tenant, and as set forth in this Section 2 of Article II of this Regulatory Agreement, Developer shall require the tenant to execute a written lease and to complete an Income Verification certifying that the tenant(s) occupying the Unit is/are in the appropriate income category. Developer shall verify the income of the tenant(s). Developer shall accept as tenants on the same basis as all other prospective tenants, persons who are recipients of federal certificates for rent subsidies pursuant to the existing program under Section 8 of the United States Housing Act of 1937, or its successor. Developer shall not apply selection criteria to Section 8 certificate holders which are more burdensome than criteria applied to any other prospective tenants. G-5 Determination of Affordable Rent for the Required Affordable Units. The Required Affordable Units shall be rented or leased at Affordable Rent. The maximum monthly rental for the Required Affordable Units shall be adjusted annually as permitted by Section 50053 of the California Health and Safety Code based on the annual adjustment to the Median Income for the Area established pursuant to Section 50093 of the California Health and Safety Code. DEVELOPER UNDERSTANDS AND KNOWINGLY AGREES THAT THE MAXIMUM RENTAL FOR THE REQUIRED AFFORDABLE UNITS ESTABLISHED BY THE LOAN AGREEMENT, THIS REGULATORY AGREEMENT AND THE CITY GRANT DEED IS SUBSTANTIALLY BELOW THE FAIR MARKET RENT FOR THE REQUIRED AFFORDABLE UNITS. Section 3. Developer Verification and Program Compliance. Income Verification and Certification. Developer will obtain and maintain on file an Income Verification from each tenant (for every Unit on the Site), dated immediately prior to the initial occupancy of such tenant in the Required Affordable Unit. On each June 30 following the completion of the Development, Developer shall file with Authority or its designee a Certificate, containing all information required pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 33418. Each Certificate shall cover the immediately preceding Year. Developer shall maintain on file throughout the Required Covenant Period each tenant's executed lease and Income Verification and rental records for the Required Affordable Units. Developer shall maintain complete and accurate records pertaining to the Required Affordable Units, and will permit any duly authorized representative of City to inspect the books and records of Developer pertaining to the occupancy of the Required Affordable Units. Developer shall prepare and submit to City annually by each June 30 throughout the Required Covenant Period, a Certificate of Continuing Program Compliance. Such documentation shall state for each Unit, the Unit size, the rental amount, the number of occupants, and the income of the occupants and any other information which may be used to determined compliance with the terms of this Regulatory Agreement. In addition, as part of its annual report, at City's request, but not less frequently than prior to each initial and subsequent rental of each Required Affordable Unit to a new tenant household (but not lease renewals) and annually thereafter, Developer shall also provide to City completed income computation, asset evaluation, and certification forms, for any such tenant or tenants, in substantially the form provided by City from time to time. Developer shall obtain an annual certification from each household of each Required Affordable Unit demonstrating that such household is an Extremely Low Income Household, Very Low Income Household or Low Income Household, as applicable. Developer shall verify the income certification of each tenant household. Developer shall submit to City copies of any and all tenant income and occupancy certifications upon request of City. City may request (and Developer shall provide) additional documentation to assist City's evaluation of Developer's compliance with this Agreement, if determined to be necessary in the reasonable discretion of the City Manager, specifically including (without limitation) any documentation or additional certifications that may be necessary to verify compliance with all requirements from all funding sources, and each tenant's RMS status as to each Required Affordable Unit. (This requirement is in addition to and does not replace or supersede Developer's obligation to annually submit the Certificate of Continuing Program Compliance to City.) Further, City has the right, but not the obligation to monitor compliance with respect to each tenant household at the Rental Development, and City's election to monitor some, but not all, of the Units shall not constitute a waiver of City's right to monitor and enforce compliance with respect to all Units in the future. Verification of Income of New and Continuing Tenants. Gross income calculations for prospective (and continuing) tenants shall be determined in accordance with 25 Cal. Code Regs. Section 6914. Developer shall verify the income and information provided in the income certification of the proposed tenant as set forth below. (a) Developer shall verify the income of each proposed tenant of the Required Affordable Units and by at least one of the following methods as appropriate to the proposed tenant: (i) obtain two (2) paycheck stubs from the person's two (2) most recent pay periods; (ii) obtain a true copy of an income tax return from the person for the most recent tax year in which a return was filed; (iii) obtain an income verification certification from the employer of the person; (iv) obtain an income verification certification from the Social Security Administration and/or the California Department of Social Services if the person receives assistance from such agencies; or (v) obtain an alternate form of income verification reasonably requested by Authority, if none of the above forms of verification is available to Developer. Verification Regarding Eligibility of New Tenants. Developer shall retain documentation regarding the eligibility of each new tenant household. Reporting Amounts. In the event Developer fails to submit to City or its designee the Certification as required by Section 3(a), Developer shall be in noncompliance with this Regulatory Agreement. Section 4. Management of the Rental Development. Manager. The Rental Development shall at all times be managed by an experienced manager (the "Manager") reasonably acceptable to the City, with demonstrated ability to operate residential developments like the Rental Development in a manner that will provide decent, safe, and sanitary housing. The Developer shall submit for the City's approval the identity of any proposed Manager. The Developer shall also submit such additional information about the background, experience and financial condition of any proposed Manager as is reasonably necessary for the City to determine whether the proposed Manager meets the standard for a qualified Manager set forth above. If the proposed Manager meets the standard for a qualified Manager set forth above, the City shall approve the proposed Manager by notifying Developer in writing. CMA Performance Review. The Developer shall cooperate with the City in an annual review of management practices, in connection with which the City shall have the right to review and approve the annual operations and management budget; provided, however, that the City reserves the right to conduct reviews more frequently at its sole discretion. The purpose of each annual review will be to enable the City to determine if the Improvements are being operated and managed in accordance with the requirements and standards of this Agreement. Replacement of Manager. (i) If, as a result of the annual review, the City determines in its reasonable judgment that the Improvements are not being operated and managed in accordance with any of the requirements and standards of this Agreement, the City shall deliver notice to the Developer of its intention to cause replacement of the Manager. Within fifteen (15) days of receipt by the Developer of such written notice, the City and the Developer shall meet in good faith to consider methods for improving the financial and operating status of the Rental Development, including, without limitation, replacement of the Manager. (ii) After such meeting, the Manager shall have a period of thirty (30) days to cure or address any failure to comply with the requirements and standards of this Agreement, and to the extent such failure cannot be cured within such thirty (30) day period but the Manager is diligently pursuing the cure, the Manager shall have an additional 30 days to cure. (iii) If, after cure period set forth above, the Manager failed to cure and the City elects to proceed with the replacement of the Manager, the City shall so notify the Developer of such decision in writing within fifteen (15) days following the expiration of the cure period. Thereafter, the Developer shall appoint as the Manager a person or entity meeting the standards for a Manager set forth in this section and approved by the City in its reasonable discretion. City shall have the right to disapprove the replacement Manager within thirty (30) days, and in such case Developer shall promptly dismiss the replacement Manager and appoint another replacement Manager meeting the standards for a Manager set forth in this section and approved by the City in its reasonable discretion. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the City's approval rights shall be subject and subordinate to the rights of senior lender under the senior deed of trust. (iv) Any contract for the operation or management of the Property entered into by the Developer shall provide that the contract can be terminated as set forth above. The Developer agrees that the Rental Development shall be preserved and maintained throughout the term hereof in good condition and repair so as to provide decent, safe, and sanitary housing, and in conformance with all applicable ordinances, statutes and regulations promulgated by any governmental entity having jurisdiction over the Rental Development. Annual Inspection. Subject to the rights of the occupants of the Units, City shall have the right to perform an annual on -site inspection of the units, common areas and grounds and to perform an annual tenant file review to ensure that Developer is managing the Rental Development in accordance with the requirements of this Agreement. Annual Budget. Developer shall submit or shall cause its Property Manager to submit to the City Manager on or before November 30, and each anniversary thereof, an annual C budget for the ongoing operation of the Rental Development for approval by City, which will not be unreasonably withheld. At the City's request, delivered within thirty (30) days after receipt of the budget, each of Developer and the City shall cause its respective representative(s) to meet within thirty (30) days following the receipt of request to review the budget. Such review is without obligation to either party to propose or agree to any modification of permitted operating expenses. Management of Property. Developer shall be completely responsible for the management, administration and operation of the Rental Development including, but not limited to the hiring and discharge of employees, salaries and all other related Rental Development expenses, maintenance and repairs, including capital expenditures, the financial operations of the Rental Development, the rental and re -rental of the apartment units in accordance with the occupancy requirements set forth in this Agreement and all operational, maintenance and management responsibilities of an Developer in a typical multi -family residential housing Rental Development. Reserves. The Developer will maintain replacement reserves in accordance with the Loan Agreement and will not withdraw funds from such reserves without the consent of the City, which will not be unreasonably withheld, subject and subordinate to the rights of the senior mortgage lender. Manager's Failure to Perform. In the event the manager appointed by Developer for management of the Rental Development fails to perform the obligations imposed upon Developer by this Section, such failure shall constitute a default under Section 10 hereof, and if Developer shall fail to cure such default as provided in Section 10 hereof, then City shall have the right, in addition to any other remedies of City, to require Developer, upon thirty (30) days' prior written notice, to appoint a substitute management City, reasonably acceptable to both City and Developer, subject and subordinate to the rights of the senior mortgage lender. Gross Mismanagement. During the Required Covenant Period, in the event of "Gross Mismanagement" (as defined below) of the Development, any acts of Gross Mismanagement shall cease immediately upon written notice from the City Manager, and any omissions constituting Gross Mismanagement shall be corrected within thirty (30) days after written notice from the City Manager. If such an act or omission is not timely ceased/cured, then, Developer shall within sixty (60) days replace the Property Manager with a new property manager reasonably acceptable to the City Manager, subject to the rights of the senior mortgage lender. For purposes of this Agreement, the term "Gross Mismanagement" means management of the Development in a manner which materially violates the terms and/or intention of this Agreement to operate a first quality affordable housing complex, and shall include, but is not limited to, any one or more of the following: (a) Leasing to tenants who exceed the prescribed income levels; (b) Subject to fair housing laws, allowing tenants to exceed the prescribed occupancy levels without taking immediate action to stop such overcrowding; (c) Under -funding required reserve accounts; (d) Failing to submit timely and/or adequate annual reports to Authority as required herein; Cep (e) Failing to comply with this Regulatory Agreement; (f) Fraud or embezzlement of funds, including without limitation funds in the reserve accounts; (g) Failing to fully cooperate with the Temecula Police Department or other local law enforcement agency(ies) with jurisdiction over the Development, in maintaining a crime -free environment within the Development; (h) Failing to fully cooperate with the Temecula Fire Department or other local public safety agency(ies) with jurisdiction over the Development, in maintaining a safe and accessible environment within the Development; and (i) Failing to fully cooperate with the Temecula Planning and Building and Safety Department, or other local health and safety enforcement agency(ies) with jurisdiction over the Development, in maintaining a decent, safe and sanitary environment within the Development. Developer is obligated and shall use commercially reasonable efforts to correct any defects in property management or operations at the earliest feasible time. Code Enforcement. Developer acknowledges and agrees that City and its employees and authorized agents, shall have the right to conduct code compliance and/or code enforcement inspections of the Development and the individual dwelling units at the Development (and not limited to the Required Affordable Units), both exterior and interior, at reasonable times and upon reasonable notice (not less than 48 hours prior notice, except in an emergency) to Developer and/or an individual tenant. If such notice is provided by Authority representative(s) to Developer, then Developer shall immediately and directly advise any affected tenant of such upcoming inspection and cause access to the area(s) and/or Units at the Rental Development to be made available and open for inspection. Developer shall include express advisement of such inspection rights within the lease/rental agreements for each Unit in the Development in order for each and every tenant and tenant household to be aware of this inspection right. The foregoing portion of this Section 5 is without limitation as to the exercise of police powers by City. Section 6. Keeping of Animals. No animals of any kind shall be raised, bred or kept on the Site, except that domesticated dogs, cats or other household pets may be kept by the tenants in the Rental Development at the discretion of Developer and subject to compliance with all laws. However, no animal shall be kept, bred or maintained for any commercial purpose or for fighting purposes. Nothing permitted herein shall derogate in any way the right of Developer to further restrict keeping of pets. Section 7. Parking of Vehicles. Developer shall not permit the parking, storing or keeping of any vehicle except wholly within the parking areas designated for the Required Affordable Units. Developer shall not permit the parking, storing or keeping of any large commercial type vehicle (dump truck, cement mixer truck, oil or gas truck, etc.), or any recreational vehicle over twenty (20) feet in length (camper unit, motor home, trailer, mobile home or other similar vehicle), boats over twenty (20) feet in length, or any vehicle other than a private passenger vehicle, upon any portion of the Common Areas, including parking spaces. For purposes of this section, a pickup truck with a pickup bed mounted camper shall be considered a private G-10 passenger vehicle; provided however, that no such vehicle shall be used for residential purposes while parked on the premises. Developer shall not permit major repairs or major restorations of any motor vehicle, boat, trailer, aircraft or other vehicle to be conducted upon any portion of the Common Area, including the parking areas, except for emergency repairs thereto and then only to the extent necessary to enable movement of the vehicle to a proper repair facility. No inoperable vehicle shall be stored or kept in the Common Area. Developer shall give the vehicle owner not less than four (4) days, nor more than seven (7) days' notice and an opportunity to remove any vehicle parked, stored or kept in violation of the provisions of this Regulatory Agreement. Notice shall consist minimally of a reasonably diligent attempt to personally notify the vehicle owner or alternatively leaving written notice on the subject vehicle. After due notice and opportunity have been given to the vehicle owner, Developer shall have the right to remove, at the vehicle owner's expense, any vehicle parked, stored or kept in violation of the provisions of this Regulatory Agreement. Section 8. Maximum Occupancies. No persons shall be permitted to occupy any Apartment within the Rental Development in excess of applicable limit of maximum occupancy set by the City Code and the laws of the State of California. Section 9. Signs Required. "No loitering" signs will be posted at each building and enforced by Developer. "Illegally parked vehicles will be towed" signs in compliance with California Vehicle Code requirements will be posted and enforced by Developer. Section 10. Fences and Electronic Installations. Developer shall not install or knowingly permit to be installed on the exterior of any improvement or building on any fences or any antenna or other television or radio receiving device, excepting satellite dishes having a diameter of eighteen inches (18") or less, without prior written consent of City. This prohibition shall not prohibit the installation of cable television or subscription wires or receiving devices. Section 11. Structural Change. Nothing shall be done on the Site in, on or to any building which would materially structurally change the exterior or the interior bearing walls of any such building or structure without the prior written consent of the City and any such changes shall be in compliance with all applicable laws including any required permits and ordinances of the City. Nothing herein shall affect the rights of Developer to repair, alter or construct improvements on the buildings on the Site unless such repair, alteration or improvement would impair the structural integrity and/or exterior appearance of said buildings. Nothing herein shall be deemed to prohibit work ordered to be performed by the City building official. Section 12. Compliance with Laws. Developer shall comply with all applicable laws in connection with the development and use of the Site, including without limitation the Fair Housing Act (42 U.S.C. § 3601, et seq., and 24 C.F.R. § 100.300, et seq). Developer is a sophisticated party, with substantial experience in the acquisition, development, financing, obtaining financing for, marketing, and operation of affordable housing projects, and with the negotiation, review, and preparation of agreements and other documents in connection with such activities. Developer is familiar with and has reviewed all laws and regulations pertaining to the acquisition, development and operation of the Rental Development and has obtained advice from any advisers of its own choosing in connection with this Agreement. G-11 ARTICLE III DUTIES OF DEVELOPER: SPECIFIC MAINTENANCE RESPONSIBILITIES Section 1. Exterior Building Maintenance. All exterior, painted surfaces shall be maintained at all times in a clean and presentable manner, free from chipping, cracking and defacing marks. Any such defacing marks shall be cleaned or removed within a reasonable period of time as set forth herein. Section 2. Front and Side Exteriors. Developer shall at all times maintain the front exterior and yard in a clean, safe and presentable manner, free from defacing marks or any disrepair and any visible side exteriors. Developer shall hire maintenance personnel to maintain and/or repair any front exterior or yard or visible side yard and exterior of any lot or building. Section 3. Graffiti Removal. All graffiti, and defacement of any type, including marks, words and pictures must be removed and any necessary painting or repair completed by the later to occur of (i) seventy-two (72) hours of their creation or (ii) seventy-two (72) hours after notice to Developer. Section 4. Driveways. All driveways must be paved and maintained with impervious material in accordance with the City Code. In addition, all water must be made to drain freely to the public part of the waterway without any pooling. Section 5. Exterior Illumination. Developer shall at all times maintain adequate lighting in all entrance ways and parking areas. Adequate lighting means outdoor, night lighting designed and installed, which provides no less than one (1.0) foot candles in the parking areas and no less than one and one-half (1-1 /2) foot candles in the walking areas or common areas and no less than 0.2 foot candles at the point of least illumination. Section 6. Front Setbacks. All front setback areas that are not buildings, driveways or walkways shall be adequately and appropriately landscaped in accordance with minimum standards established by City and shall be maintained by Developer. The landscaping shall meet minimum standards set from time to time by City. Section 7. Trash Bins. All trash shall be collected and placed at all times in an enclosable bin to be placed in a designated refuse/trash bin area. The designated area shall be located so that the bin will, to the extent possible, be readily accessible from the street. Section 8. Prohibited Signs. No sign of any kind shall be displayed to the public view on or from any portion of the Site without the approval of City and appropriate City departments, if any such approval is required by the City Code. ARTICLE IV OBLIGATION TO MAINTAIN, REPAIR AND REBUILD Section 1. Maintenance. If, at any time, Developer fails to maintain the Rental Development or any portion thereof, and said condition is not corrected after the expiration of forty-five (45) days from the date of written notice from City to both Developer and its limited partner., City may perform the necessary maintenance and Developer shall pay such costs as are reasonably incurred for such maintenance. Payment shall be due within fifteen (15) days of receipt of an invoice from City. G-12 City hereby agrees that any cure of any default made or tendered by Developer's limited partners who shall have been identified in writing by Developer to City and shall be deemed to be a cure by Developer and shall be accepted or rejected on the same basis as if made or tendered by Developer; provided City shall have received written notice by Developer of the identity of, and address for notices for, such limited partners and a copy of the applicable limited partnership agreement and amendments showing they are limited partners. Developer agrees to assume full responsibility for the operation and maintenance of the Rental Development throughout the Required Covenant Period without expense to City, and to perform all repairs and replacements necessary to maintain and preserve the Rental Development and the Site in good repair, in a neat, clean, safe and orderly condition reasonably satisfactory to City and in compliance with all applicable laws. Developer agrees that City shall not be required to perform any maintenance, repairs or services or to assume any expense in connection with the Rental Development and the Site. Developer hereby waives all rights to make repairs or to cause any work to be performed at the expense of City as provided for in Section 1941 and 1942 of the California Civil Code. The following standards shall be complied with by Developer and its maintenance staff, contractors or subcontractors: (1) Developer shall maintain the Rental Development, including individual Required Affordable Units, all common areas, all interior and exterior facades, and all exterior project site areas, in a safe and sanitary fashion suitable for a high quality, rental housing project. Developer agrees to provide utility services, administrative services, supplies, contract services, maintenance, maintenance reserves, and management for the entire project including interior tenant spaces, common area spaces and exterior common areas. The services provided by Developer shall include, but not be limited to, providing all common area electricity, gas, water, property, fire and liability insurance in the amounts set forth in this Regulatory Agreement, all property taxes and personal property taxes, any and all assessments, maintenance and replacement of all exterior landscaping, and all administration and overhead required for any property manager. (2) Landscape maintenance shall include, but not be limited to: watering/irrigation; fertilization; mowing, edging, and trimming of grass; tree and shrub pruning; trimming and shaping of trees and shrubs to maintain a healthy, natural appearance and safe road conditions and visibility, and optimum irrigation coverage; replacement, as needed, of all plant materials; control of weeds in all planters, shrubs, lawns, ground covers, or other planted areas; and staking for support of trees. (3) Clean-up maintenance shall include, but not be limited to: maintenance of all private paths, parking areas, driveways and other paved areas in clean and weed -free condition; maintenance of all such areas clear of dirt, mud, trash, debris or other matter which is unsafe or unsightly; removal of all trash, litter and other debris from improvements and landscaping prior to mowing; clearance and cleaning of all areas maintained prior to the end of the day on which the maintenance operations are performed to ensure that all cuttings, weeds, leaves and other debris are properly disposed of by maintenance workers. (4) The Rental Development shall be maintained in conformance and in compliance with the approved construction and architectural plans and design scheme, as the same may be amended from time to time with the approval of City. G-13 (5) All maintenance work shall conform to all applicable federal and state Occupational Safety and Health Act standards and regulations for the performance of maintenance. (6) Any and all chemicals, unhealthful substances, and pesticides used in and during maintenance shall be applied only by persons in strict accordance with all governing regulations. (7) Parking lots, lighting fixtures, trash enclosures, and all areas shall be kept free from any accumulation of debris or waste materials by regularly scheduled maintenance. Section 2. Damage and Destruction Affecting Development - Developer's Duty to Rebuild. If all or any portion of the Site and the improvements thereon is damaged or destroyed by fire or other casualty, Developer shall promptly proceed to obtain insurance proceeds and subject to the terms of the senior loan secured by the Site and improvements, take all steps necessary to begin reconstruction and, immediately upon receipt of insurance proceeds, to promptly and diligently commence the repair or replacement of the Rental Development to substantially the same condition as the Rental Development is required to be constructed pursuant to the Loan Agreement, subject to the sufficiency of the insurance proceeds to cover the actual cost of repair, replacement, or restoration, and Developer shall complete the same as soon as possible thereafter so that the Rental Development can be occupied as an affordable housing project in accordance with the Loan Agreement. In no event shall the repair, replacement, or restoration period exceed eighteen (18) months from the date Developer obtains insurance proceeds unless the City Manager, in his or her reasonable discretion, approves a longer period of time, subject to the terms of the senior loan secured by the Site and improvements. If the then -existing laws of any other governmental agencies with jurisdiction over the Site do not permit the repair, replacement, or restoration, Developer may elect not to repair, replace, or restore the Rental Development by giving notice to City (in which event the insurance proceeds shall be treated as Residual Receipts and shall be distributed to the Parties in accordance with the terms of the City Loan Promissory Note entered pursuant to the Loan Agreement, and Developer shall be required to remove all debris from the Site) or Developer may reconstruct such other Rental Development on the Site as is consistent with applicable land use regulations and approved by City, and any other governmental agency or agencies with jurisdiction, and City may pursue remedies of its choosing under this Agreement, including without limitation termination of the Loan Agreement and accelerating the payment of the City Loan in accordance with the terms of the City Loan Promissory Note. In furtherance of the requirements of this Section 2, Developer shall keep the construction on the Site insured by carriers at all times reasonably satisfactory to City against loss by fire and such other hazards, casualties, liabilities and contingencies as included within an all risk extended coverage hazard insurance policy, in an amount of the full replacement cost of the constructions. In the event of loss, Developer shall give prompt notice to the insurance carrier and to Authority. If the Site is abandoned by Developer, or if Developer fails to respond to City within thirty (30) days from the date notice is mailed by City to Developer that the insurance carrier offers to settle a claim for insurance benefits, City is authorized to collect and apply the insurance proceeds at City's option either to restoration or repair of the Site. Section 3. Variance in Exterior Appearance and Design. In the event the Rental Development sustains substantial physical damage due to a casualty event, Developer may apply G-14 to City for approval to reconstruct, rebuild or repair in a manner which will provide different exterior appearance and lot design from that which existed prior to the date of the casualty. Section 4. Time Limitation. Upon damage to the Site or the Rental Development or other improvements, Developer shall be obligated to proceed with all due diligence hereunder and commence reconstruction within two (2) months after the damage occurs and complete reconstruction within six (6) months after damage occurs or demolition and vacate within two (2) months, unless prevented by causes beyond their reasonable control, in which event reconstruction shall be commenced and completed at the earliest feasible time. ARTICLE V ENFORCEMENT Section 1. Remedies. Breach of the covenants contained in the Regulatory Agreement may be enjoined, abated or remedied by appropriate legal proceeding by City. No remedies shall be instituted until the party complaining of a violation has provided written notice to the other party and such party has failed to cure the alleged violation within thirty (30) days of receipt of the written notice. City hereby agrees that any cure of any default made or tendered by Developer's limited partners who shall have been identified in writing by Developer to City and shall be deemed to be a cure by Developer and shall be accepted or rejected on the same basis as if made or tendered by Developer; provided City shall have received written notice by Developer of the identity of, and address for notices for, such limited partners and a copy of the applicable limited partnership agreement and amendments showing they are limited partners. This Regulatory Agreement does not in any way infringe on the right or duties of City to enforce any of the provisions of the City Code including, but not limited to, the abatement of dangerous buildings. A default hereunder may constitute a default under the Loan Agreement and the Loan described therein. Section 2. Nuisance. The result of every act or omission whereby any of the covenants contained in this Regulatory Agreement are violated in whole or in part is hereby declared to be and constitutes a nuisance, and every remedy allowable at law or equity, against a nuisance, either public or private, shall be applicable against every such result and may be exercised by any owner or its successors in interest, without derogation of City's rights under law. Section 3. Right of Entry. In addition to the above general rights of enforcement, City shall have the right through its agents and employees, to enter upon any part of the project area for the purpose of enforcing the California Vehicle Code, and the ordinances and other regulations of City, and for maintenance and/or repair of any or all publicly owned utilities. In addition, City has the right of entry at reasonable hours and upon and after reasonable attempts to contact Developer, on any lot to effect emergency repairs or maintenance which Developer has failed to perform. Subsequent to sixty (60) days written notice to Developer specifically outlining Developer's noncompliance, City shall have the right of entry on the Site at reasonable hours to enforce compliance with this Regulatory Agreement which Developer has failed to perform. This Section 3 is without limitation as to the exercise of police powers of City. Section 4. Costs of Repair. The costs borne by City for any such repairs or maintenance emergency and/or non -emergency, shall become a charge for which Developer shall be responsible. G-15 Section 5. Cumulative Remedies. The remedies herein provided for breach of the covenants contained in this Regulatory Agreement shall be deemed cumulative, and none of such remedies shall be deemed exclusive. Section 6. Failure to Enforce. The failure to enforce any of the covenants contained in this Regulatory Agreement shall not constitute a waiver of the right to enforce the same thereafter. Section 7. Enforcement and Nonliability. City may from time to time make such efforts, if any, as it shall deem appropriate enforce and/or assist in enforcing this Regulatory Agreement. However, City will not be subject to any liability for failure to affirmatively enforce any provision of this Regulatory Agreement. ARTICLE VI GENERAL PROVISIONS Section 1. Covenant Against Partition. By acceptance of its interest in the Site, Developer shall be deemed to covenant for itself and for its heirs, representatives, successors and assigns, that it will not institute legal proceedings or otherwise seek to effect partition of its right and interest in the interest being conveyed to Developer, or the burdens running with the land as a result of this Regulatory Agreement. Section 2. Severability. Invalidation of any one of these covenants or restrictions by judgment or court order shall in no way affect any other provisions which shall remain in all force and effect. Section 3. Term. This Regulatory Agreement shall run with and bind the interest of Developer in the Site, and shall inure to the owner(s) of any property subject to this Regulatory Agreement, his legal representatives, heirs, successors and assigns, and as provided in Article VI, Sections 2 and 3, be enforceable by City, for a term equal to the Required Covenant Period as defined herein, provided; however, that the covenants regarding nondiscrimination set forth in Section 4 of Article II of this Regulatory Agreement shall remain in effect for perpetuity. This Regulatory Agreement shall not be subordinate to the lien of any financing obtained by Developer with respect to the Site. Section 4. Construction. The provisions of this Regulatory Agreement shall be liberally construed to effectuate its purpose of creating a uniform plan for the development and operation of the Required Affordable Units available at Affordable Rent for Very Low Income Households, and, to the extent provided herein, Low Income Households in conformity with the Prescribed Income Levels. The article and section headings have been inserted for convenience only, and shall not be considered or referred to in resolving questions of interpretation or construction. Section 5. Amendments. This Regulatory Agreement may be amended only by the written agreement of Developer and City. Section 6. Encroachments. None of the rights and obligations of Developer created herein shall be altered in any way by encroachments due to settlement or shifting of structures or any other cause. There shall be valid easements for the maintenance of said encroachments so long as they shall exist; provided, however, that in no event shall a valid easement for encroachment be created in favor of Developer if said encroachment occurs due to the willful conduct of said Developer. Cull Section 7. Notices. Any notice permitted or required to be delivered as provided herein to Developer shall be in writing and may be delivered either by reputable overnight service or certified mail to its address on the first page hereof, and shall be effective as of one business day after delivery to the messenger service for overnight delivery, or the date of delivery or attempted delivery shown on the return receipt. Such address may be changed from time to time by notice in writing. Section 8. Notice of Transfer of Title; Notice of Property Manager. Developer shall promptly notify City in writing of the identity and address for notices for the initial Property Manager and any replacement thereof, and Developer shall also promptly notify the City in writing of any conveyance of the Approved Housing Development, including the name of any buyer and the address for notices of the buyer. DEVELOPER: CITY: CITY OF TEMECULA, a municipal corporation By: Print Name: Title: ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk G-17 EXHIBIT A LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE SITE Real property in the City of Temecula, County of Riverside, State of California, described as follows: I A notary public or other officer completing this certificate verifies only the identity of the individual who signed the document to which this certificate is attached, and not the truthfulness, accuracy, or validity of that document. State of California County of On , before me, , (insert name and title of the officer) Notary Public, personally appeared , who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature (Seal) G-19 A notary public or other officer completing this certificate verifies only the identity of the individual who signed the document to which this certificate is attached, and not the truthfulness, accuracy, or validity of that document. State of California County of On , before me, (insert name and title of the officer) Notary Public, personally appeared who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature (Seal) G-20 A notary public or other officer completing this certificate verifies only the identity of the individual who signed the document to which this certificate is attached, and not the truthfulness, accuracy, or validity of that document. State of California County of On , before me, (insert name and title of the officer) Notary Public, personally appeared who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature (Seal) G-21 EXHIBIT "H" SCHEDULE OF PERFORMANCE Action Date / Deadline Items 1— 9 Relate to Developer Actions and Requirements Prior to the Closing 1. Project Budget. The Developer shall Prior and as a condition to Closing. submit a comprehensive Project Budget for the Improvements. 2. Final Plans and Specifications. The Prior and as a condition to Closing. Developer shall submit the Final Plans and Specifications for City approval. 3. Building Permits. The Developer shall Prior and as a condition to the Closing. obtain the Building Permit for the construction of the Improvements. 4. Construction Contract. The Developer Prior and as a condition to the Closing. shall submit the Stipulated Sum construction contract for the construction of the Improvements to the City for approval. 5. Performance and Payment Bonds. The Prior and as a condition to the Closing. Developer shall deliver to the City copies of the required performance and payment bonds, or security in lieu thereof. 6. Insurance. The Developer shall submit Prior and as a condition to the Closing. evidence of insurance to the City. H-1 Action Date / Deadline 7. Tax Credit Applications/Award. Developer must apply for 9% tax credits in the second round for 2020, both rounds in 2021 and both round in 2022 (until awarded) and must provide evidence thereof to City, and form a limited partnership to provide for investment of tax credit -based equity, and deliver a copy of the partnership agreement to City for approval. Developer must be awarded tax credits and must provide evidence thereof to City prior (and as a condition) to Closing. In addition, in the event Developer is unsuccessful at securing 9% tax credits, the Developer shall have the option to pursue 4% tax credits during 2020, 2021 and 2022 as an alternative. 8. Tax Credit Equity. All tax credit equity Prior and as a condition to Closing. must have been committed and available to pay the initial Project costs, as shown by reasonable evidence delivered to City. Items 10 —14 Relate to Requirements After the Closing 9. Closing. The Developer shall close the Within one (1) month after award of tax credits, City Loan. but not later than December 31, 2022. 10. Commencement of Construction. No later than 30 days after the Closing. Developer shall substantially commence the Improvements. 11. Completion of Grading. Developer Not later than six (6) months following the shall substantially complete the grading commencement of construction. for the Project. 12. Commencement of Vertical Not later than eight (8) month after the Construction. Developer shall commencement of construction. commence vertical construction. 13. Completion; Qualification for No later than eighteen (18) months after the Certificate of Completion. The Project commencement of construction. shall be completed and shall qualify for a Certificate of Completion. H-2 Item No. 11 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: May 26, 2020 SUBJECT: Approve a Resolution to Amend the Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee (TUMF) Program PREPARED BY: Ron Moreno, Senior Civil Engineer Anissa Sharp, Office Specialist II RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2020- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING THE APPLICABLE TRANSPORTATION UNIFORM MITIGATION FEE (TUMF) APPLICABLE TO ALL DEVELOPMENTS IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA BACKGROUND: The City of Temecula is a Member Jurisdiction of the Western Riverside Council of Governments ("WRCOG"), a joint powers agency comprised of the County of Riverside and eighteen (18) cities located in Western Riverside County. Acting in concert, in 2002-2003, WRCOG member jurisdictions developed a plan whereby the shortfall in funds needed to enlarge the capacity of the Regional System of Highways and Arterials due to new development in Western Riverside County could be made up in part by a Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee ("TUMF") on future residential, commercial, and industrial development. As a member jurisdiction of WRCOG and as a TUMF participating jurisdiction, the City of Temecula participated in the preparation of a certain "Western Riverside County Transportation Uniform Fee Nexus Study" ("2002 Nexus Study") later adopted by the WRCOG Executive Committee. Based on the 2002 Nexus Study, the City of Temecula adopted and implemented an ordinance authorizing the City's participation in a TUMF Program. Pursuant to the Mitigation Fee Act (Gov. Code § § 66000 et seq.), WRCOG prepared a new Nexus Study ("2016 Nexus Study") to update the fees. On July 10, 2017, the WRCOG Executive Committee reviewed the 2016 Nexus Study and recommended TUMF participating jurisdictions update their fees by amending their applicable TUMF Ordinances to reflect changes in the TUMF Network and the cost of construction. As written in the TUMF Administration Plan, WRCOG is required to report yearly on the Construction Cost Index (CCI) and provide information regarding cost increases. Based upon the CCI data provided by WRCOG, construction costs increased by approximately 5%. The WRCOG Public Works, Technical Advisory, and Administration & Finance Committees all approved adjusting the TUMF fees to account for CCI increase. On November 4, 2019, the TUMF CCI adjustment was approved by the WRCOG Executive Committee. FISCAL IMPACT: The City of Temecula's existing ordinance provides the legal basis for a revised TUMF schedule. The actual TUMF schedule will be established by resolution of the City Council. The attached resolution will establish the Fee Schedule for TUMF as follows: A. There is hereby adopted the following TUMF schedule: (1) $9,146.00 per single family residential unit (2) $6,134.00 per multi -family residential unit (3) $1.77 per square foot of an industrial project (4) $7.50 per square foot of a retail commercial project (5) $4.56 per square foot of a service commercial project (6) $2.19 per square foot of a service Class A and B Office B. For single-family residential, multi -family residential and non-residential projects, the revised fees set shall be phased in as follows: From July 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020, the fee schedule shall be as follows: (1) $9,478.00 per single family residential unit (2) $6,389.00 per multi -family residential unit (3) $1.81 per square foot of an industrial project (4) $7.50 per square foot of a retail commercial project (5) $4.75 per square foot of a service commercial project (6) $2.38 per square foot of a service Class A and B Office From January 1, 2021 to June 30, 2021, the fee schedule shall be as follows: (1) $9,810.00 per single family residential unit (2) $6,389.00 per multi -family residential unit (3) $1.81 per square foot of an industrial project (4) $7.50 per square foot of a retail commercial project (5) $4.75 per square foot of a service commercial project (6) $2.38 per square foot of a service Class A and B Office ATTACHMENTS: Resolution RESOLUTION NO.2020- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING THE APPLICABLE TRANSPORTATION UNIFORM MITIGATION FEE (TUMF) APPLICABLE TO ALL DEVELOPMENTS IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA WHEREAS, the City of Temecula ("City") is a member agency of the Western Riverside Council of Governments ("WRCOG"), a joint powers agency comprised of the County of Riverside and eighteen cities located in Western Riverside County; and WHEREAS, the member agencies of WRCOG recognized that there was insufficient funding to address the impacts of new development on the regional system of highways and arterials in Western Riverside County (the "Regional System"); and WHEREAS, in order to address this shortfall, the member agencies formulated a plan whereby a transportation mitigation fee would be assessed on new development and would be used to fund the necessary improvements for the Regional System; and WHEREAS, WRCOG, with the assistance of TUMF Program participating jurisdictions, has prepared an updated Nexus Study entitled "Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee Nexus Study: 2016 Update" ("2016 Nexus Study") pursuant to California Government Code sections 66000 et seq. (the Mitigation Fee Act), for the purpose of updating the fees. On July 10, 2017, the WRCOG Executive Committee reviewed the 2016 Nexus Study and TUMF Program and recommended TUMF participating jurisdictions amend their applicable TUMF ordinances to reflect changes in the TUMF network and the cost of construction in order to update the TUMF Program; and WHEREAS, consistent with its previous findings made in the adoption of Resolution No. 17-47 the City Council has been informed and advised, and hereby finds, that if the capacity of the Regional System is not enlarged and unless development contributes to the cost of improving the Regional System, the result will be substantial traffic congestion in all parts of Western Riverside County, with unacceptable Levels of Service. Furthermore, the failure to mitigate growing traffic impacts on the Regional System will substantially impair the ability of public safety services (police and fire) to respond and, thus, adversely affect the public health, safety and welfare. Therefore, continuation of a TUMF Program is essential; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds and determines that there is a reasonable and rational relationship between the use of the TUMF and the type of development projects on which the fees are imposed because the fees will be used to construct the transportation improvements that are necessary for the safety, health, and welfare of the residential and non-residential users of the development in which the TUMF will be levied; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds and determines that there is a reasonable and rational relationship between the need for the improvements to the Regional System and the type of development projects on which the TUMF is imposed because it will be necessary for the residential and non-residential users of such projects to have access to the Regional system. Such development will benefit from the Regional System improvements and the burden of such developments will be mitigated in part by payment of the TUMF; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds and determines that the cost estimates set forth in the new 2016 Nexus Study are reasonable cost estimates for constructing the Regional System improvements and the facilities that compromise the Regional System, and that the amount of the TUMF expected to be generated by new development will not exceed the total fair share cost to such development; and WHEREAS, the fees collected pursuant to the TUMF Ordinance shall be used to help pay for the design, planning, construction of and real property acquisition for the Regional System improvements and its facilities as identified in the 2016 Nexus Study. The need for the improvements and facilities is related to new development because such development results in additional traffic and creates the demand for the improvements; WHEREAS, section 15.08.040 (A) of the TUMF Ordinance authorizes periodic review and adjustment to the applicable TUMF in accordance with any adjustments made by the WRCOG Executive Committee; and WHEREAS, on November 4, 2019, the WRCOG Executive Committee approved the CCI adjustment based upon the annual change in Construction Cost Index (CCI) as described in the TUMF Administrative Plan. WHEREAS, the fees collected pursuant to this Resolution shall be used to finance the public facilities described or identified in the Nexus Study; and WHEREAS, the levying of TUMF has been reviewed by the City Council and staff in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") and the CEQA Guidelines and it has been determined that the adoption of this ordinance is exempt from CEQA pursuant to Section 15061(b)(3) of the CEQA Guidelines. NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. Findings. The recitals set forth above are hereby adopted as findings in support of this Resolution. In addition, the City Council re -adopts the findings contained in Section 15.08.040 of the City of Temecula Municipal Code in support of the adjusted TUMF contained herein. SECTION 2. TUMF Schedule. In accordance with Section 15.08.040 (A) of the Temecula Municipal Code, there is hereby adopted the following fee schedule for the TUMF which replaces the fee schedule set forth in Section 2 of Resolution No. 17-47 in its entirety as of May 26, 2020. N A. There is hereby adopted the following TUMF schedule: (1) $9,146.00 per single-family residential unit (2) $6,134.00 per multi -family residential unit (3) $1.77 per square foot of an industrial project (4) $7.50 per square foot of a retail commercial project (5) $4.56 per square foot of a service commercial project (6) $2.19 per square foot of a service Class A and B Office B. For single-family residential, multi -family residential, and non-residential projects, the fees set forth in Section 2.A. shall be phased in as follows: From July 1, 2020, to December 31, 2020, the fee schedule shall be as follows: (1) $9,478.00 per single family residential unit (2) $6,389.00 per multi -family residential unit (3) $1.81 per square foot of an industrial project (4) $7.50 per square foot of a retail commercial project (5) $4.75 per square foot of a service commercial project (6) $2.38 per square foot of a service Class A and B Office From January 1, 2021, to June 30, 2021, the fee schedule shall be as follows: (1) $9,810.00 per single family residential unit (2) $6,389.00 per multi -family residential unit (3) $1.81 per square foot of an industrial project (4) $7.50 per square foot of a retail commercial project (5) $4.75 per square foot of a service commercial project (6) $2.38 per square foot of a service Class A and B Office SECTION 3. CEQA Findings. The City Council hereby finds that in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") and the CEQA Guidelines the adoption of this Resolution is exempt from CEQA pursuant to Section 15061(b)(3). SECTION 4. Effective Date. This Resolution shall become on July 1, 2020. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 26th day of May, 2020. James Stewart, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 2020- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 261h day of May, 2020, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk Item No. 12 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: May 26, 2020 SUBJECT: Approve Tract Maps and Subdivision Improvement and Monumentation Agreements for Sommers Bend and Authorize the City Manager to Execute Related Documents PREPARED BY: Ron Moreno, Senior Civil Engineer RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council: 1. Approve Tract Map 37341-11, 37341-12, 37341-13, 37341-14, 37341-15 and 37341- 16 in conformance with the Conditions of Approval; 2. Approve the Subdivision Improvement and Monumentation Agreements with the Developer; 3. Authorize the City Manager to execute the agreements on behalf of the City. BACKGROUND: Tract Map 37341-11, 37341-12, 37341-13, 37341-14, 37341-15 and 37341-16 have been approved for subdivision purposes to create 262 residential lots on 98.5 acres, including a Recreation Center, for Roripaugh Ranch Phase II, now known as "Sommers Bend". The property covered by these Tract Maps is located on the east side of Butterfield Stage Road between Calle Chapos and Murrieta Hot Springs Road. The Tract Maps subdivide Lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 18 of Tract Map number 37368, as filed in Book 468, Page 89 through 98, inclusive, of maps, in the City of Temecula, County of Riverside, State of California, lying within section 21, Township 7 South, Range 2 West, San Bernardino Meridian. Securities have been posted for the public improvements and monumentation as conditioned by the approval of Tentative Map 37341-11, 37341-12, 37341-13, 37341-14, 37341-15 and 37341- 16 by the Planning Commission on June 20, 2018. The property owner/developer has met the terms of the Conditions of Approval for map recordation, and this Tract Map is in conformance with the approved Tentative Tract Map. The approval of a Subdivision Map, which substantially complies with the approved Tentative Tract Map, is a mandatory ministerial act under State law. All fees have been paid. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: 1. Fees and Securities Report 2. Vicinity Map 3. Tract Maps 37341-11-16 CITY OF TEMECULA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS FEES AND SECURITIES REPORT TRACT MAP 37341-11, 37341-12, 37341-13, 37341-14, 37341-15, 37341-16 Date: March 26t". 2020 TRACT FAITHFUL PERFORMANCE SECURITY LABOR & MATERIALS SECURITY MONUMENTATION SECURITY 37341-11 $2,214,000 $1,107,000 $12,965 37341-12 $1,640,500 $820,250 $9,065 37341-13 $1,760,000 $880,000 $9,265 37341-14 $2,467,500 $1,233,750 $24,685 37341-15 $1,618,500 $809,250 $14,300 37341-16 $2,348,500 $1,174,250 $22,775 AULD RD � 0 MURRIETA HOT �p SPRINGS �D �oJ S/TE 79 NZCC\-p,S RD cn o0 � C CANTRELL D —' RD "M mm 15 LA SERENA o WAY F- 0 MARGARITA R D APO MEADOWS PKWY VICINITY MAP N.T.S. 1770 IOWAAVENUE - SUITE 100 RIVERSIDE, CA 92507 VICINITY M A P 951.782.0707 (FAX)951.782.0723 ENGINEERING COMPANY rickengineering.com C Riverside San Diego - Orange - San LuisObispo- Bakersfield - Sacramento - Phoenix - Tucson SCALE: N.T.J. DATE, MAY 9, 2019 0 G:\17883\17883 AM - Survey-Mapping\Survey\FinalMap\17883exb02-VicinityMap.dgn PLOT DATE: 09-MAY-2019 JN 17883 TOTAL NUMBERED LOTS: 33 TOTAL LETTERED LOTS: 4 TOTAL NET AREA: 9.718 ACRES TOTAL GROSS AREA: 12.310 ACRES OWNER'S STATEMENT WE HEREBY STATE THAT WE ARE THE OWNERS OF THE LAND INCLUDED WITHIN THE SUBDIVISION SHOWN HEREON; THAT WE ARE THE ONLY PERSONS WHOSE CONSENT IS NECESSARY TO PASS A CLEAR TITLE TO SAID LAND; THAT WE CONSENT TO THE MAKING AND RECORDING OF THIS SUBDIVISION MAP AS SHOWN WITHIN THE DISTINCTIVE BORDER LINE. WE HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: LOTS "A" THROUGH "D", INCLUSIVE. FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES AS SHOWN HEREON. WE ALSO HEREBY DEDICATE ABUTTERS RIGHTS OF ACCESS ALONG SOMMERS BEND TO THE PUBLIC. THE OWNERS OF LOT 30 AND LOT 32 ABUTTING THIS HIGHWAY AND DURING SUCH TIME WILL HAVE NO RIGHTS OF ACCESS EXCEPT THE GENERAL EASEMENT OF TRAVEL. ANY CHANGE OF ALIGNMENT OR WIDTH THAT RESULTS IN THE VACATION THEREOF SHALL TERMINATE THIS DEDICATION AS TO THE PART VACATED. WE ALSO HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-11 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 12 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY NOTARY ACKNOWLEDGMENT A NOTARY PUBLIC OR OTHER OFFICER COMPLETING THIS CERTIFICATE VERIFIES ONLY THE IDENTITY OF THE INDIVIDUAL WHO SIGNED THE DOCUMENT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE IS ATTACHED, AND NOT THE TRUTHFULNESS, ACCURACY, OR VALIDITY OF THE DOCUMENT. STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF ON BEFORE ME, NOTARY PUBLIC PERSONALLY APPEARED A 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT LYING WITHIN LOTS 1 THROUGH 29, WHO PROVED TO ME ON THE BASIS OF SATISFACTORY EVIDENCE TO BE INCLUSIVE, AND LOTS 30 THROUGH 32, INCLUSIVE, AS SHOWN HEREON. THE PERSON(S) WHOSE NAME(S) IS/ARE SUBSCRIBED TO THE WITHIN THE DEDICATION IS FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES. INSTRUMENT AND ACKNOWLEDGED TO ME THAT HE/SHE/THEY EXECUTED THE SAME IN HIS/HER/THEIR AUTHORIZED CAPACITY(IES), AND THAT BY HIS/HER/THEIR SIGNATURE(S) ON THE INSTRUMENT THE PERSON(S), WE HEREBY RETAIN LOTS "A" THROUGH "D" INDICATED AS "PRIVATE OR THE ENTITY UPON BEHALF OF WHICH THE PERSON(S) ACTED, STREET" FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR EXECUTED THE INSTRUMENT. SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. I CERTIFY UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY UNDER THE LAWS OF THE WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN LOTS 30, 31 AND 33 INDICATED AS "LANDSCAPE" STATE OF CALIFORNIA THAT THE FOREGOING PARAGRAPH IS TRUE FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR AND CORRECT. SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WITNESS MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN LOT 32 INDICATED AS "BASIN" FOR SIGNATURE PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE BLANKET DRAINAGE EASEMENT OVER ALL OF LOT 32 FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. THE REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED BELOW IS DEDICATED AS AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: TO EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT ("DISTRICT"), A PUBLIC AGENCY ORGANIZED AND EXISTING UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT LAW OF 1911, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, A PERPETUAL EASEMENT AND RIGHT OF WAY TO CONSTRUCT, MAINTAIN, ENLARGE, RECONSTRUCT, REMOVE AND REPLACE, OPERATE, INSPECT, REPAIR, IMPROVE AND RELOCATE SEWER, WATER, AND RECYCLED WATER FACILITIES, ALL AS SHOWN ON THIS MAP WITHIN THE SUBDIVISION AND DESIGNATED "SEWER, WATER, AND RECYCLED WATER EASEMENT" HEREON, TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF ACCESS TO AND FROM SAID EASEMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF EXERCISING THE RIGHTS GRANTED IN SAID EASEMENT. OWNER RETAINS THE RIGHT TO USE THE EASEMENT AREA PROVIDED THAT OWNER SHALL NOT CONSTRUCT OR ERECT BUILDINGS, MASONRY WALLS, MASONRY FENCES AND OTHER STRUCTURES OR IMPROVEMENTS, OR PLANT OR GROW TREES OR SHRUBS, OR CHANGE THE SURFACE GRADE OR INSTALL PRIVATELY -OWNED PIPELINES WITHOUT THE PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT OF DISTRICT. OWNER: WOODS I DE 05S, LP, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP IN NAME: CHRIS CHAMBERS TITLE: VICE PRESIDENT, WDS GP, INC. A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION AS GENERAL PARTNER NAME- NOTARY PUBLIC IN AND FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE PRINCIPAL COUNTY OF BUSINESS: COMMISSION EXPIRES: COMMISSION # OF NOTARY: CITY CLERK'S STATEMENT THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, BY ITS CITY CLERK, RANDI JOHL, HEREBY APPROVES THE TRACT MAP AND ACCEPTS THE OFFER OF DEDICATION OF LOTS "A" THROUGH "D" MADE HEREON FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY AND SERVICE VEHICLES. WE ALSO HEREBY ACCEPT THE DEDICATION OF ABUTTERS RIGHTS OF ACCESS ALONG SOMMERS BEND AS DEDICATED. WE ALSO HEREBY ACCEPT THE 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT AS DEDICATED. DATED: 2020 BY: RANDI JOHL CITY CLERK, CITY OF TEMECULA SOILS REPORT PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 66490 OF THE STATE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT, A PRELIMINARY SOILS REPORT WAS PREPARED BY LEIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES, INC., REGISTERED IN THE STATE OF CA. PROJECT NO. 10967.108 ON JUNE 25, 2018, ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY ENGINEER, CITY OF TEMECLULA. APRIL 2019 TAX BOND CERTIFICATE I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT A BOND IN THE SUM OF $ HAS BEEN EXECUTED AND FILED WITH THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA, CONDITIONED UPON THE PAYMENT OF ALL TAXES, STATE, COUNTY, MUNICIPAL OR LOCAL, AND ALL SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES, WHICH AT THE TIME OF FILING OF THIS MAP WITH THE COUNTY RECORDER ARE A LIEN AGAINST SAID PROPERTY, BUT NOT YET PAYABLE, AND SAID BOND HAS BEEN DULY APPROVED BY SAID BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. DATE- , 20-. CASH BOND JON CHRISTENSEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR DEPUTY TAX COLLECTOR'S CERTIFICATE I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ACCORDING TO THE RECORDS OF THIS OFFICE, AS OF THIS DATE, THERE ARE NO LIENS AGAINST THE PROPERTY SHOWN ON THE WITHIN MAP FOR UNPAID STATE, COUNTY, MUNICIPAL, OR LOCAL TAXES, OR SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES, EXCEPT TAXES OR SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES NOW A LIEN BUT NOT YET PAYABLE, WHICH ARE ESTIMATED TO BE $ DATE: JON CHRISTENSEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR 20- DEPUTY SIGNATURE OMISSIONS PURSUANT TO SECTION 66436 OF THE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT, THE SIGNATURES OF THE FOLLOWING OWNERS OF EASEMENTS AND/OR OTHER INTERESTS HAVE BEEN OMITTED: AN EASEMENT IN FAVOR OF GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES RECORDED DECEMBER 5, 1988 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 88-354239, 0. R. CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD. EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT'S ACCEPTANCE STATEMENT I HEREBY STATE THAT THE EASEMENT DEDICATED ON THIS MAP TO THE EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT IS HEREBY ACCEPTED AND THE DISTRICT CONSENTS TO THE RECORDATION THEREOF BY ITS DULY AUTHORIZED OFFICER. DATE- SHEILA ZELAYA, BOARD SECRETARY OF THE EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS THEREOF SHEET 1 OF 7 SHEETS RECORDER'S STATEMENT FILED THIS DAY OF 20- AT .M IN BOOK OF MAPS, AT PAGES AT THE REQUEST OF THE CITY CLERK OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA. NO. FEE - PETER ALDANA, ASSESSOR -COUNTY CLERK -RECORDER AM DEPUTY SUBDIVISION GUARANTEE: FIRST AMERICAN TITLE COMPANY SURVEYOR'S STATEMENT THIS MAP WAS PREPARED BY ME OR UNDER MY DIRECTION AND IS BASED UPON A FIELD SURVEY IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT AND LOCAL ORDINANCE AT THE REQUEST OF WOODSIDE 05S, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP IN JANUARY 2018. 1 HEREBY STATE THAT ALL MONUMENTS ARE OF THE CHARACTER AND OCCUPY THE POSITIONS INDICATED OR THAT THEY WILL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS OF THE MONUMENT AGREEMENT FOR THE MAP AND THAT THE MONUMENTS ARE, OR WILL BE, SUFFICIENT TO ENABLE THE SURVEY TO BE RETRACED, AND THAT THIS FINAL MAP SUBSTANTIALLY CONFORMS TO THE CONDITIONALLY APPROVED TENTATIVE MAP. THIS SURVEY IS TRUE AND COMPLETE AS SHOWN. DATE: LAND S��\ ��, \PM Ro/; F1 W I LL I AM ROHAL, L. S. 8805 P qTF QF CAL\F 30 CITY ENGINEER'S STATEMENT I HEREBY STATE THAT THIS MAP CONSISTING OF SEVEN (7) SHEETS HAS BEEN EXAMINED BY ME OR UNDER MY SUPERVISION AND FOUND TO BE SUBSTANTIALLY THE SAME AS IT APPEARED ON THE TENTATIVE MAP OF TRACT NO. 37341 AS FILED AND APPROVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ON JUNE 20, 2018, THE EXPIRATION DATE BEING JUNE 20, 2021. THAT ALL PROVISIONS OF APPLICABLE STATE LAW AND CITY REGULATIONS HAVE BEEN COMPLIED WITH, AND I AM SATISFIED THIS MAP IS TECHNICALLY CORRECT. DATED: KRIS R. WINCHAK EXP. 3-31-20 (AS DELEGATED) CITY OF TEMECULA 2020 L.S. 6240 FOR PATRICK A. THOMAS, CITY ENGINEER ANo. L.S. 6240 */ \0F C SECTION 21 TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SBM TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 (S 64°10'07" E 137.86' R4) (N 64010'00" W 137.86' 132) L2 (N 71051'24" E 60.57' 134) (N 71051'21" E 60.57' R2) L3 (N 47054'03" E 206.41' R4) (N 47054'00" E 206.41' R2) L4 (N 74040'31" E 84.91' R4) (N 74040'28" E 84.91' R2) L5 (N 89042'02" E 162.15' 134) (N 89041'59" E 162.15' R2) L6 (N 63056'09" E 113.99' R4) (N 63056'06" E 113.99' 132) L7 (N 84027'29" E 144.82' 134) (N 84027'26" E 144.82' 132) L8 (N 84027'27" E 49.09' 134) (N 84027'24" E 49.09' 133) L9 (S 84012'25" E 129.22' 134) (N 84012'28" W 129.22' 133) L10 (N 83031'26" E 386.16' 134) (N 83031'23" E 386.16' 133) L11 (N 57040'49" E 87.87' 134) (N 57040'46" E 87.87' 133) L12 (N 72009'33" E 161.36' R4) (N 72009'30" E 161.36' R3) L13 (N 81026'12" E 356.89' 134) (N 81026'09" E 356.89' 133) L14 (S 89059'57" E 283.29' 134) (N 90000'00" W 283.29' 133) L15 (S 83050'13" E 159.06' R4) (N 83050'16" W 159.06' 133) L16 (N 61056'25" E 264.03' R4) (N 61056'22" E 264.03' R3) L17 (N 51006'12" E 146.91' R4) (N 51006'09" E 146.91' 133) L18 (N 40050'09" E 160.77' 134) (N 40050'06" E 160.77' 133) L19 (N 45027'37" E 97.37' 134) (N 45027'34" E 97.37' 133) L20 (N 55057'04" E 292.00' 134) (N 55057'01" E 292.00' 133) L21 (N 71033'59" E 183.58' 134) (N 71033'56" E 183.58' 133) L22 (N 10059'51" W 41.74' R4) (N 10059'54" W 41.74' R3) L23 (N 46017'13" W 70.83' R4) (N 46017'16" W 70.83' R3) L24 (N 30010'20" E 129.03' R4) (N 30010'17" E 129.03' R3) L25 (N 41058'20" W 153.10' R4) (N 41°58'23" W 153.10' R3) L26 (N 68029'22" E 150.04' R4) (N 68029'19" E 150.04' R3) L27 (N 49018'15" W 61.50' 134) (N 49018'18" W 61.50' 133) L28 (N 27042'29" W 157.42' R4) (N 27042'32" W 157.42' R3) L29 (N 3009'15" E 69.52' R4) (N 3009'12" E 69.52' R3) L30 (N 31008'52" E 146.57' R4) (N 31008'49" E 146.57' R3) L31 (N 59053'24" E 91.23' R4) (N 59°53'21" E 91.23' R3) L32 (S 80011'49" E 146.69' R4) (N 80011'52" W 146.69' R3) L33 (S 24°16'03" E 163.27' R4) (N 24°16'06" W 163.27' 133) L34 (S 40°55'25" E 372.57' R4) (N 40055'28" W 372.57' R3) L35 (S 22046'27" E 193.68' R4) (N 22°46'30" W 193.68' R3 L36 (S 0°50'29" E 260.95' R4) (N 0°50'32" W 260.95' 133) L37 (S 8011'57" W 112.76' R4) (N 8011'54" E 112.76' R3) L38 (S 25031'21" W 112.71' 134) (N 25031'18" E 112.71' R3) L39 (S 37018'50" W 85.50' 134) (N 37018'47" E 85.50' R3) L40 (S 5°40'51" E 142.81' R4) (N 5040'54" W 142.81' 133) L41 (S 89010'18" E 85.47' R4) (N 89°10'21" W 85.47' R3) L42 (N 60°44'02" E 96.06' R4) (N 60°43'59" E 96.06' R3) L43 (S 89026'27" E 338.54' R4) (N 89°26'30" W 338.53' R3) L44 (N 0°33'48" E 30.00' R4) (N 0033'47" E 30.00' 132) e L45�� L 5 9 �(N89* 39' 10" W 5282.95' R4)-A- (N89° 39' 12"W co 5282.87' R2 & R3) DETAIL "A " N.T.S. APRIL 2019 NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP. 10 CITY LIMIT \ NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L55 (N 38°15'21" E 663.57' R4) LINE - (N 38°15'24" E 663.55' 131) 1 1 L45 (S 89039'10" E 319.78' 134) (N 38°15'19" E 663.55' 132) I (N 89°39'12" W 319.80' 132) L56 (N 38015'21" E 655.50' 134) (N 38° 15' 19" E 655.48' R2) L32 MURRIETTA HpT L46 ( N 0°21 ' 22" E 265.43' R4) L57 (N 00 33' 48" E 485.01' R4) o �r SPRINGS ROAD j (N 0° 33' 47" E 485.01' R2) "� °� _ _ I (N 0 20'S8" E 265.41' R2) Imo, - L47 (S 89°26'26" E 126.20' R4) L58 (N 89039'10" W 55.00' R4) L47 ° M _ (N 8939' 12" W 55. 00' R2 & R3) � (N 89°26' 26" W 126.19' 132 ) L59 (N 890 39' 10" W 601.73' 134) \��' 7 T ° L48 ( N 0°33' 34" E 76.01 ' R4) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.61' R2) `P L2� \� ti = `-\1 ;D I Y A, o (N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' 132 ) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601. 50' PM 14/93-94) N �1 I NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC- "' 0 �1 Lj) L49 IN 48°26'S0" W 30.47' R4) ____ __ _ �� r a'� w tt� ) �' w (N 48 ° 25' 50" W 30.48' R2 ) C1 (23° 23' 23" 1600.00' 653.17' R4) v �L23 s t'� C) L50 (N 36044' 32" E 122.41 ' 134) (23° 23' 33" 1600.00' 653.24' R1 & 132) L22 (N 36 °44' 30" E 122.39' R2 ) C2 (2° 08' 52" 1600.00' 59.98' 134) �" r o (/) - - - 59.92' R1 RORIPAUGH L51 (N 89 ° 26' 26" W 500.00' R4) C3 (35°° �2' 42' 1600.00' 992.60 R4) & R2) j /r Z o z \ I I VALLEY v z ROAD L52 (N 0°33'48" E 1610.00' R4) (35°3246" 1600.00' 992.63' R1 & R2) (N 0°34'04"E 1610.00' R1) �� J O - 8 L53 IN 38015'21" E 82.30' R4) IN 38015'18"E 82.30' R2) 66. l / L54 (N 0033' 48" E 150.19' 134 ) � j L43 �� �'j / ��6• IN 0 33'47"E 150.19' R2 8 R3] L13 ��4� L1o �,a L 41 00 6 L8 Lg �'A L5�� ■- v0 L53 \ �N81°36'16"E 1 37 342 �9 �o� 465.13' , AYE /Vj\ 5 �� �36 �h� e� 65113' RZl p 1� lb N53°53'32Q�R D 4 h• / -_/� �� 'TIRAC 'T �]�° 37306 I o Ael 40 11 lz� L� v L7 L7 C« �7 L� LL, 55' - 55'= BUTTERFIELD STAGE ROAD 20 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-11 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 12 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET (N88° 29' 38" E 5296.39' R4) (N88° 29' 37" E 5296.39' R2 & 133) CONTINUED TABLE DATA I D VG3QC, 'ff I HOO ® I 377 �C� o m Io 0 0 0 o z AG 0 'TRACT, No. j IoMo M �- ooZo 0 o a e a I I �R1/ CCU I I FD 1"IP W/PP "FRANK �3� �3� o J & LAURA RICE 28029 / o 0 o - DN. 0.5, NO REFERENCE Q �� �� � L� (422.01' R4] o o IL ACCEPTED AS POINT N89° 26' 26"W) ON S'LY LINE OF QN L49- L�J SEE DETAIL "A " 29 (422.00' R2 L48 u R & C 7 H0. 37 3 41= fi g R3 & R4, / N89° 26' 26"W) �� TRACT MAP NO. 37341 -11 L47 ---_ SOMMERS BEND= - - �D 1" IP OPEN DN. 0.5 FD 8'X8 STONE MON. NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS (75.81' R4) L59 MK'D "P 17" ON STY T 4 POINT ON STY LINE OF R3 & R4 (75. 84' R2 & R3) \� SIDE UP 1.2 PER (625.52' 134) (878.58' R4) K6k2 L45- R2, R3 & R4 H (0 ° IS7 30 o ��] g � (� g � g � e � S 625.59R2 & R3)� (878.53' R2 -& R3) - - - - - - ---�-� ��- (5227.95' R4) (5227.88' R2 & R3) --- RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY (N89° 39' 10"W 5282 95' R4) ' 11 LLI Q a, coC= L a nN o oa z=� -- r- U z z=) Q o 12 cn �m L� o a m 1 m ° ao U \ z � ~O L� d� co LL 11 � Ll- N M � N 1 o CD T cJ Lj� u L)- M V c.fl N \ w N\\ � o Z � v, J (N89 39 12 W 5282.87 R2 & R3) 1-1 �l�ll8) 1 zf"/ �I�JJ8) 15-3� P1�ll= 1 -J/ -PAR 1 12 �1�J1 , 1 4/ 93- )5 FAR 1 1 -PATR � -PATR 1 3 / -pAJ� ° 93- )5 9- -0 ) l�5 3 P2 �, )��71 l� 'f SHEET 2 OF 7 SHEETS SURVEYOR'S NOTES 1. INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. 2. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 3. O INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. 4. ALL MONUMENTS SET ARE PER RIVERSIDE COUNTY ORDINANCE 461.21. 5. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 12.310 ACRES GROSS. 6. DRAINAGE EASEMENTS SHALL BE KEPT FREE OF BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTIONS. 7. ALL MONUMENTS SHOWN AS SET SHALL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MONUMENTATION AGREEMENT FOR THIS MAP. 8. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 33 LOTS. 9. - INDICATES SUBDIVISION BOUNDARY. 10. RAID INDICATES RADIAL BEARING. 11. R1 INDICATES RECORD PER PER RS 143/82-89. 12. R2 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 342/73-85. 13. R3 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 401/89-96. 14. R4 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37368 MB 468/89-98. 15. ALL LOT CORNERS OF THIS MAP WILL BE MONUMENTED BY A 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED "LS 8805", FLUSH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 16. C.C. 8 R's, RECORDED ---------------- AS INST. NO -------------- 17. ///// INDICATES RESTRICTED ACCESS. ❑X MONUMENT LOG 1 FD 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", S.E. CORNER SECTION 20 PER R1 & R4, FLUSH. 2 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH, "LS 7891", IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. 8 SOUTH LOOP RD. PER R1 & R4, FLUSH. 3 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, DN. 0.1' 4 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD 8 NORTH LOOP ROAD 8 NICHOLAS RD. PER R1 8 R4. 5 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", E.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 6 FD. 3/4" IP W/TAG "LS 4251" PER PMB 95/71-72, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. 7 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 & R4, DN. 0.1'. 8 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. AND RORIPAUGH VALLEY RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 9 FD. 2" IP W/TAG "LS 3483" N.W. CORNER SECTION 21. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 10 FD. 2 1/4" BRASS CAP ON TOP OF 2 1/4" IP ON CONCRETE, STAMPED N.E. CORNER SECTION 21, PER RS 100/52-57, RS 87/28-34, R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.1'. 11 FD STONE MON. W/"P-16" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE W/TACK FOR S.E. CORNER SECTION 21 PER R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.5'. 12 FD 6"X6" STONE MON. W/"P-15" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE NO TACK , E'LY 1/4 CORNER SECTION 21 PER RS 100/52-57, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. SCALE: 1" = 400' 400 0 460 800 AULD RD-,, 0 MURRIETq HOT �o SPRINGS RD SITE Qo p,9 RQ N1�OLp5 c CANTRELL --I RD m m LA SERENA o 15 WAY 0 MARGARITA �O RD RCP�10�� Of 9� MEADOWS PKWY VICINITY MAP N.T.S. ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT NOTE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINTS SHEET AFFECTING THIS MAP IS ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE OF THE CITY ENGINEER, CITY OF TEMECULA, IN E.C.S. BOOK T , PAGE . THIS AFFECTS ALL LOTS. IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-11 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 12 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY \ 'r mZ Cr \ DETAIL \ m(o. 371��� NOT TO SCALE \ \ �°, �] �� �� H0 BOUNDARY MAP APRIL 2019 0 HB keg/ Be @a Lfi O LQcr H00® 377so olk � I� a .F. C15 / / to ti O ::D `��ph•0. ��V /// T I \\ 9 I O m I ONO \ I 1 se. s- FOF�, / o r _ y °`L a' > Cq(N84° 56' 01 "W L2 C G 8 \ C3 343. 68, R4) , o O OLEA WAY 4� 0 \ /!� �-�-Ir- ,- - T -1 � � "�,�0•�� c`' FD 1I P W/PP "FRANK & LAURA RCE 28029 , �5�•6��� DN. Lo 0.5' , NO REFERENCE -L-_ (p=43 34 56 �S SOMME i �Q -� ACCEPTED AS POINT ON S' LY LINE OF _ - - - - FD 1" I P OPEN DN. 0.5' C12 R3 & R4 NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS C11 CIOL4L4 POINT ON S' LY LINE OF R3 & R4 Q� I o i N10° 25' 49"W RAD nn 7Wnn QC7 MO. 37 30 o Q`Q , ��y��� a o 0 o e o 8 = RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY (625.52' 134) (625.59' R2 & 133) (5227.95' R4) (5227.88' R2 & R3) -PA-F ' (N89° 39' 10"W 5282.95' R4) (N89° 39' 12"W 5282.87' R2 & R3) TRACT MAP NO. 37341-11 FJ\l1J 9 �'5)/7 1 -7 TABLE DATA rra (N83° 34' 00" E C8 300.21' R4) �N13°33'24"E RAD PRC NAME DIRECTION LENGTH NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC ---- L1 ---------------- (N 47°55'03" W --------- 84.84' R4) ---- C1 ---------- (14013'18" -------- 470.00' ---------- 116.66' 134) ---- C8 ----------- (19059'24" -------- 500.00' ---------- 174.45' 134) L2 (N 84051'31" W 26.50' R4) C2 (36025'05" 50.00' 31.78' 134) C9 (13032'58" 1000.00, 236.48' 134) L3 (N 38026'11" W RAD 26.00' R4) C3 (30031'09" 35.00' 18.64' R4) C10 (10026'15" 1000.00, 182.17' 134) L4 (N 89059'34" W 105.00' R4) C4 (23052'44" 456.00' 190.05' 134) C11 (38024'55" 300.00' 201.14' 134) L5 (N 12009'22" E RAD 150.04' R4) C5 (25002'47" 50.00' 21.86' 134) C12 (15049'44" 300.00' 82.88' 134) L6 (N 0021'36" E 2636.10' R4) C6 (25007'17" 35.00' 15.35' 134) C13 15008'45" 790.00' 70.95' 134) (N 0021'34" E 2636.07' R2 & R3) C7 (23050'38" 100.00, 41.62' 134) C14 (14020'12" 765.00' 191.42' R4) L7 (N 0033'48" E 150.19' R4) C15 0001,101, 725.00' 0.25' (N 0033'47" E 150.19' R2 & R3) (878.58' R4) (878.53' R2 & R3) F AJR J ,% 1�60.° No12 �ql Not ,w . �,q �ql � -5 9 (75.81' R4) o (75.84' R2 & 133) M 6 -pAR zr SHEET 3 OF 7 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. SURVEYOR'S NOTES THE BASIS OF BEARINGS FOR THIS SURVEY IS THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM, NAD 83 (NSRS 2011) EPOCH 2O10.00, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, ZONE 6 ,AS DETERMINED LOCALLY BY A TIE BETWEEN 00 CONTINUOUSLY OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS t� (CORS) 'P477", "BILL" AND 'PMOB" AS SHOWN HEREON. (I.E. N 28° 53'23" E) DISTANCES SHOWN HEREON ARE GROUND DISTANCES. GRID DISTANCES MAY BE t� OBTAINED BY MULTIPLYING GROUND DISTANCES BY 0.999901821, AVERAGE ELEVATION ABOVE MEAN SEA LEVEL = 1354'. L� LLB L LEGEND INDICATES BOUNDARY - INDICATES CENTER LINE M N ti 0 C ro _ -i-" N W , t7 (c. � LLB -17 1 1 (, N L- i \o 0- 0 \z 0 Qo M N w M o , -00 28' 03.697" • ■ C INDICATES LOT LINE INDICATES EXISTING LOT LINE INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH TO BE SET PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. INDICATES CONTINUOUS OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS, AS NOTED). CORS STATION "BILL" N 2154995.0380� E 6313564.1750 N88° 29' 38" E 5295. 87' (GRID) 10 I a6�% ) 9 N88° 29' 38" E la 3a° ��� �D To (N8896. 3 2937"E ��� ��• 20 2T 5296.39' �� rno �I 12 �oP� �I . N89° 26' 12"W / 55.00' M BUTTERFIELD L7 STAGE ROAD 120 1 ,2� ���� 11 \ 0, 1,,, 1 6�0 CORS STATION "PMOB" \ \ N 2074153.1260�� E 6375547.4700 CONVERGENCE ANGLE AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION 21 0PC\ ,32 W 93a2o• /�/, N55°N3 BASIS OF BEARINGS DETAIL N.T.S. STATION "P477" 7663.6770 8482.8020 z SCALE: 1" = 200' 260 0 260 400 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-11 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 12 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. SHEET 4 OF 7 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY SHEET INDEX MAP APRIL 2019 LEGEND INDICATES BOUNDARY INDICATES CENTER LINE INDICATES LOT LINE INDICATES EXISTING EASEMENT LINE SCALE: 1"= 100' / / / / / / I ND I CATES RESTRICTED ACCESS RIGHTS 100 I O INDICATES SHEET N0. O 100 200 EASEMENT NOTES / � 1 0 'rRLac'r H0. 373o a 5 " LANUJI:ArL- 11 12 'TQLaC 'T m0 ® 37 30 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — FAJ-� , 2 FJV1� 95) I7 J -7 13 AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA RECORDED DECEMBER 5, 1988 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 88-354239, O.R. CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD. 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT DEDICATED HEREON. PRIVATE SLOPE & LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE EASEMENT TO THE HOA (WIDTH VARIES) WITHIN LOT 33 AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES DEDICATED HEREON. AN EASEMENT DEDICATED TO EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT FOR SEWER AND WATER PURPOSES WITHIN LOTS "A" THROUGH "D". — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — i 4 L� L IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-11 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 12 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. m Q c'r N (3 ® I (7 34 � o � 0 RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY APRIL 2019 L VL 12 / DETAIL 1"b* 36 / _ �cc,Q \ NOT TO SCALE tea,• 40' >9q `L / 1 •9RC \ / fah• \000 /o;�o o L21 L21 G � 1<0 - s i ti a F ah• \ ��� ,� FF Lil o GPF' ` 2 O� >O, �0• SS,, ?1- ''� �• O h JP��oti. � j `L°' °� \ S0� O'q �� 00' 1V'2�p� 65 10V'16,, �,�gN 4(/ ,41�A�8�6 0 _ N-C1 L-2 gd_ =1�? °4 08LOT \ 5 L � �' o �o� 00, N83° 00'W 0 ,, / \,,�`' NS s� �•p6 �O 0; 4 ��^�`� / '9­06117,zp 61.50 03 00, �1 g-.<v - - 2 o`er' 31 176.06, `\ L 9 W o ?�' C6 = `� "LANDSCAPE" 0.186 AC C=�j o N ��°°� 26'�E RAD N89° 59' 34"W 223.29' M l�� l& 00 N 6s°11, S9 2ti I_ 5 0o �856 � 483° 26' 30" E a N80° 49'01 "W N82° 13' 47"E 84.27' 59.94' 62.11 �, 6 �, z 465 11� o o Z 9 7 o f 8 0 'o N 0�4 \ � \ o QIZI � / ti I N o 0 Vol W O o cl ti I WI z n I p 28.00' 100/ 28_00' N - �- - 0�2 ti / L=95 28' `�=4 _l6 - L=187.27' o N89° 59' 34"W 105.00' o, C15 ih l� zl 20' 04 �1"� - - -C9 �C10 10° 26' 151 R=1028. 00' o o o i L19 0 / R/SAT ° RooK TERRACE co LOT "A" �, N; o _ _ 7' R=272.00' L=182.37' Y B C19 / o (4, E `STREET �i o DA N89° 59' 34"W 105. 00' �� C19 � Q / 38°24'S5'R_3 0' 26' 15" R=1000. 00' L=182.17, R4) (A=13° 32' 58" R=1000. 00' N L=236.48' R4) / 00. 00' L=201.14' R4) �y N87° 12' 36" E 67.29' 70.25' 85.75' 68.89' 14.13' ti z z o z ti 0 00 0 o o ti N 0 _ o Ln N o � I W 13 � cn L' ^cn = oo � n CD o _Q,wIIrr-1 L=62.79' L=68.12' zl 'Y 3„ -A=.3°.29' 58". .C11- _49.08' - -55.92'- r1 F _A=.3°_47'_49" ' SHEET 5 OF 7 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. CURVE TABLE NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC Cl 16007'10" 102.00' -------- 28.70' C2 11048'41" 102.00' 21.03' C3 12027'07" 102.00' 22.17' C4 52022'02" 46.00' 42.04' C5 55049'15" 46.00' 44.82' C6 96029'48" 46.00' 77.47' C7 4027'21" 328.00' 25.51' C8 8046'01" 272.00' 41.62' C9 9034'43" 272.00' 45.47' C10 1043'52" 1028.00' 31.06' C11 0055'31" 1028.00' 16.60' C12 (15049'44" 300.00' 82.88' R4) C13 5008'45" 790.00' 70.95' C14 15049'44" 328.00' 90.62' C15 4031'29" 1028.00' 81.18' C16 0043'40" 1028.00' 13.06' C17 4011'00" 765.00' 55.86' C18 4027'37" 500.00' 38.92' C19 2028'05" 1000.00' 43.08' C20 4011'00" 725.00' 52.94' C21 4044'10" 500.00' 41.33' C22 5047'34" 500.00' 50.55' C23 0001,101, 725.00' 0.25' C24 0001,101, 765.00' 0.26' C25 (43034'56" 750.00' 570.49' R4) C26 5020'12" 46.00' 4.28' C27 4009'50" 765.00' 55.60' C28 4009'50" 725.00' 52.69' C29 15000'38" 102.00' 26.72' LINE TABLE NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 N 06007'49" E 30.86' L2 N 86040'24" E 41.04' L3 N 38026'11" W RAD 26.00' L4 S 18048'41" W 41.04' L5 N 07000'00" E 29.80' L6 N 36045'57" W 23.52' L7 S 50045'58" W 23.52' L8 N 38000'00" W 38.18' L9 S 83000'00" E 6.50' L10 N 84034'11" E 23.03' L11 N 78053'27" W 31.16' L12 N 43036'07" W 35.31' L13 N 14033'21" W 19.43' L14 N 89014'41" E RAID 36.99' L15 N 53051'00" E 25.13' L16 N 12009'22" E 24.81' L17 N 38000'00" W 24.05' L18 N 04038'10" W 35.64' L19 N 83000'00" W 88.54' L20 N 41056'16" E 6.24' L21 N 88035'31" W 28.28' to L22 N 48003'44" W 28.10' L23 N 48003'44" W 28.00' Q L24 N 43036'07" W 1.93' Z W Lu Lu Lu SCALE: 1" = 50' N10° 25' 49"W RAD PRC Q All V'VU 7d" P RAn PR(' 50 0 50 100 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-11 > BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 12 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. ,rnAc,r Ho.>/ / RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY APRIL 2019 / N57' 55' 08" W RAD ------ h' s0�i e`loF�gi �� , � O / h 90 doh• o ho,/ „jo°,' 0 32 '9q i 'S`L \�'A� , �q0 "BASIN" C3 C ra�23° 4 2 44,E BLANKET EASEMENT R--456, o 3op o°F"�a • ��• ��o° \ 6p>,, \� F OVER AOR ILL OF LOT PURPOSESNAGE 32 �� / �� a`2p°Q5�5��� QO" L'19Q, L20 /sue s� LOT '1g1� ,ssp "�`L�o \�� 1.341 ACRES �`�/ 00 L=159. 96ti 1N84° 56' 01 "W 343.68' R4) °20 'q 3 49 4 , I W -V- 4 \� L 19s�S i �' ; N80° 15' 15„ 33 "LANDSCAPE" �� _� 86.40' W N85° 27' 06"W SEE SHEET 7 o S Tti \��°� 121.46' l 14 ,M W 15 a l�6 ' a'S. \4.20° 2 M 16 2�. \ Z JP��� �0�9 L10 ti' 6 �� 26,, \6 C z Off/ s 80 z DETAIL ,�tih' ,,�� Q�'��'/�P \ �' 'p sC/O R,4�2 NOT TO SCALE ,. �a� �°o /Q` �P�j \ \ 4,34�q 00!q 00' L,2 C \ 4� 9 16,, O c00 65, �3 _ N83 00 00 W 114.41 Q / `oak./ \ '3p �I k ' `\34R8Vc • _ 27. 45 C14 C �Pp ST 30 C o C5 L3 d Z I ��S �`� 6 9, 9 0 12 ��pp" �"�/ \ ,528FT 8y, 5 0 �, Og SD �� o� oo 4 �8.32 N83° 00'0011W \ 17 '� 22 cd ° � M `ah•a� SF 2 o ,,-N83 29'58"E_RAD `o =9 w N83° 00' 00" W 111. 34' /� h �i •9� ti 28.00' o J 18 al o o N83000'00"W 114.33' z 2.01 0 0 i 0�, 0 28.00' / �Q O'Q C Z `� 19 L 20 5��,, 28.001 28.00' LOT "A" o L 14 0 2 O ti PRIVATE o I a' - STREET N' C19 C19 o C11 _ -C9 --+-(A=13° 32' 58" R=1000. 00' N C'4 Y13no - C12 4 5 L=236.48' R4)� K TERRACE � SCALE: 1" = 50' U n A c u H0. �37 30 S � C8 50 0 50 100 o o 0 0 o oT3 % N13° 33' 24" E RAD PRC 23 Z SHEET 6 OF 7 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. LINE TABLE NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 (N 47°55'03" W 84.84' 134) L2 N 06007'49" E 30.86' L3 N 86040'24" E 41.04' L4 N 18048'41" E 41.04' L5 N 07000'00" E 29.80' L6 N 36045'57" W 23.52' L7 N 50045'58" E 23.52' L8 N 38000'00" W 38.18' L9 N 83000'00" W 6.50' L10 N 84034'11" E 23.03' L11 N 36020'38" W 25.59' L12 N 45052'07" E 39.73' L13 N 23041'22" W 52.25' L14 N 83000'00" W 88.54' L15 N 48003'44" W 28.00' L16 N 48003'44" W 28.10' L17 N 14033'21" W 19.43' L18 N 43036'07" W 35.31' L19 N 78053'27" W 31.16' L20 N 88035'31" W 28.28' L21 N 43036'07" W 1.93' CURVE TABLE NAME DELTA RADIUS Cl (14013'18" 470.00' _ARC ____ 116.66' 134) C2 (36025'05" 50.00' 31.78' 134) C3 (30031'09" 35.00' 18.64' 134) C4 ( 3046'48" 456.00' 30.08' 134) C5 16007'10" 102.00' 28.70' C6 11048'41" 102.00' 21.03' C7 4009'50" 765.00' 55.60' C8 (19059'24" 500.00' 174.45' 134) C9 2043'20" 472.00' 22.43' C10 4027'37" 500.00' 38.92' C11 4005'19" 1028.00' 73.36' C12 19044'17" 472.00' 162.60; C13 4007'03" 472.00' 33.92' C14 24037'33" 68.00' 29.23 " C15 24034'10" 68.00' 29.16' C16 37037'51" 68.00' 44.66' C17 25018'43" 68.00' 30.04' C18 4044'10" 500.00' 41.33' C19 2028'05" 1000.00, 43.08' C20 4009'51" 725.00' 52.69' C21 0001110" 725.00' 0.25' C22 0001110" 765.00' 0.26' C23 4011'00" 765.00' 55.86' C24 4011'00" 725.00' 52.94' IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-11 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 12 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY APRIL 2019 SCALE: 1" = 50' 50 0 50 100 'T m A C 'T H ® 37 30 SHEET 7 OF 7 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. UI a_I Q R 45 412p° 6, 00, 0 I 5 7C-190.05 LA co �cn``'/ 00 L=159.96~ o, (N8 �- o� II , 20 4° 56' W 01 "343.68' ° R4) 3 Z \ C2 494�"W � C1 L 1 C3 44 N80015'15"W 33 "LANDSCAPE" 86- 40, N85° 27' 06" W 1.228 ACRES g 121.46' 3 N85°33'54"W 103.58' L14 J L15 N89° 47' 44"E ,'S'o ' 68. 98' lam, 0 23 , . p'�' 1JR=46 Op, S00 �',�� ��� �► ��� ly 24 �N61°0 „ a 6� \ w p S� 2 6; 3, N6 ° W' LINE TABLE Sy 24. ' - �N89° 37' 56"E 109. 75' 71,p0�' 4�1 3 ° 42 (� � s, NAME DIRECTION LENGTHN81 24'40��W 118. 53' I J \� N75°22'11„ 196 ----------------------------- / 8 L1 (N 84051'31" W 26.50' R4) 2O 0 25,58' I °° ' a; b c�,�o a`8°58 L;RqO a„ ,10' _ L2 N 36 20' 38" W 25.59' O N "� 20' w N L3 N 32041 ' 20" W 30.53' O 0 25 --' rn L4 N 06026'00" W 53.93' �� "' 22 Z w '� = N 111.1 �9', L5 N 38041 ' 33" E 24.09' o C15 °' 99' L6 N 06 ° 26' 00" W 8.93' I `o � N89° 37' 56" E 143. 98' o mm L7 N 08035' 20" E 42.60N81 ° ' 18, ' 28•00 N N L8 N 06025' 18" W 50.00' 24 40�� 88 --_ \N73,5 � 61° 9 L9 N 51026'00" W 24.04' W 131.37' z 28.00' C15 4'?�„w 6, 28 S �1S'' L10 N 08035'20" E RAD 16.94' 23, J I -RAD N N Q> g• L11 N 83034' 10" E 90.07' -`Q 72 J I 26 0 0 L13 N 23041'22" W 52.25Lo L14 N 84052' 19" W 49.96' o rn � 21 28•00 28_00, r 29Lo i L15 N 85 33'55" W 54.64' ro 56.00' � z `D N83° 34' 0011E 163.74' v o CURVE TABLE 4 5 i_ N88° 40' 31 "W RAD 138.36' I ,` o -------- _ �, �, w F-rn I N86° 30' 39"W RAD .gyp, o � fig. NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC 3� Q W 9- = 1 C1 (25002'47" 50 00' 21 86' R4) � O C2 (25007' 17" 35.00' 15.35' R4) o `�60 p� j, �9q ` QQ'i C \CEO 6q° q0 3� g0 C3 (23050'38" 100.00, 41.62' R4) 20 `�o `' �O 5p• 2`E 6 C4 4005' 19" 1028.00' 73.36' 28.001 -00 w 2 C5 15000' 38" 102.00' 26.72' 2 _ 86°07' 03" D 8-0609C6 �2 -Cl I 5.65' C7 15001'20" 328.00' 86.00' N83o 40ST REET C8 15000'38102.00' 26.72' A=17'00'58"- L=140._1.8'-L T N TEd_19 oLOT A" PRVA°44�17" R=472.00' L=162.60'C9 15001 '20" 272.00' 71 .31 C10 1501 20 300.00' 78.66; B45.001 300•27' R4) C11 2043'20" 472.00' 22.43' ROOK TERRACE 43.00' (N83°34'00" C12 7045 29 328.00' 44.41 (4=19°592411 R=500.00' L=174.45' R4) 4C13 7015'50" 328.00' 41 .58' rq6�. Qp' IN C14 96002'29" 46.00' 77.11' C15 7030'19" 102.00' 13.36' �i C22 5 C16 5005'59" 272.00' 24.21' Q/ C17 9055'21" 272.00' 47.10' C18 14016'43" 102.00' 25.42' W� C19 32024'11" 46.00' 26.01' v/ C20 53042'52" 46.00' 43.12' •`v/ C21 3046' 48" 456.00' 30.08' A�� ��° ° C22 0015'06" 500.00' 2.20' ,n� Z-!/ SEE SHEET NO. 3 ii SEE SHEET NO. 3 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT SHEET TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 (S 64°10'07" E 137.86' R4) (N 64010'00" W 137.86' R2) L2 (N 71°51'24" E 60.57' R4) (N 71051'21" E 60.57' R2) L3 (N 47054'03" E 206.41' R4) (N 47054'00" E 206.41' R2) L4 (N 74040'31" E 84.91' R4) (N 74040'28" E 84.91' R2) L5 (N 89042'02" E 162.15' 134) (N 89041'59" E 162.15' 132) L6 (N 63056'09" E 113.99' 134) (N 63056'06" E 113.99' 132) L7 (N 84027'29" E 144.82' 134) (N 84027'26" E 144.82' 132) L8 (N 84027'27" E 49.09' 134) (N 84027'24" E 49.09' 133) L9 (S 84012'25" E 129.22' 134) (N 84012'28" W 129.22' 133) L10 (N 83031'26" E 386.16' 134) (N 83031'23" E 386.16' 133) L11 (N 57040'49" E 87.87' 134) (N 57040'46" E 87.87' 133) L12 (N 72009'33" E 161.36' R4) (N 72009'30" E 161.36' R3) L13 (N 81026'12" E 356.89' 134) (N 81026'09" E 356.89' 133) L14 (S 89059'57" E 283.29' 134) (N 90000'00" W 283.29' 133) L15 (S 83050'13" E 159.06' R4) (N 83050'16" W 159.06' 133) L16 (N 61056'25" E 264.03' R4) (N 61056'22" E 264.03' R3) L17 (N 51006'12" E 146.91' R4) (N 51006'09" E 146.91' 133) L18 (N 40050'09" E 160.77' 134) (N 40050'06" E 160.77' 133) L19 (N 45027'37" E 97.37' 134) (N 45027'34" E 97.37' 133) L20 (N 55057'04" E 292.00' 134) (N 55057'01" E 292.00' 133) L21 (N 71033'59" E 183.58' 134) (N 71033'56" E 183.58' 133) L22 (N 10059'51" W 41.74' R4) (N 10059'54" W 41.74' R3) L23 (N 46017'13" W 70.83' R4) (N 46017'16" W 70.83' 133) L24 (N 30010'20" E 129.03' R4) (N 30010'17" E 129.03' R3) L25 (N 41058'20" W 153.10' R4) (N 41°58'23" W 153.10' R3) L26 (N 68029'22" E 150.04' R4) (N 68029'19" E 150.04' R3) L27 (N 49018'15" W 61.50' 134) (N 49018'18" W 61.50' 133) L28 (N 27042'29" W 157.42' R4) (N 27042'32" W 157.42' R3) L29 (N 3009'15" E 69.52' R4) (N 3009'12" E 69.52' R3) L30 (N 31008'52" E 146.57' R4) (N 31008'49" E 146.57' R3) L31 (N 59053'24" E 91.23' R4) (N 59053'21" E 91.23' R3) L32 (S 80011'49" E 146.69' R4) (N 80011'52" W 146.69' R3) L33 (S 24°16'03" E 163.27' R4) (N 24°16'06" W 163.27' 133) L34 (S 40°55'25" E 372.57' R4) (N 40055'28" W 372.57' R3) L35 (S 22046'27" E 193.68' R4) (N 22°46'30" W 193.68' R3 L36 (S 0°50'29" E 260.95' R4) (N 0°50'32" W 260.95' 133) L37 (S 8011'57" W 112.76' R4) (N 8011'54" E 112.76' R3) L38 (S 25031'21" W 112.71' 134) (N 25031'18" E 112.71' R3) L39 (S 37018'50" W 85.50' 134) (N 37018'47" E 85.50' R3) L40 (S 5°40'51" E 142.81' R4) (N 5040'54" W 142.81' 133) L41 (S 89010'18" E 85.47' R4) (N 89°10'21" W 85.47' R3) L42 (N 60°44'02" E 96.06' R4) (N 60°43'59" E 96.06' R3) L43 (S 89026'27" E 338.54' R4) (N 89°26'30" W 338.53' R3) L44 (N 0°33'48" E 30.00' R4) (N 0033'47" E 30.00' 132) ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT NOTES 1. THIS PROPERTY IS LOCATED WITHIN 30 MILES OF MOUNT PALOMAR OBSERVATORY. ALL PROPOSED OUTDOOR LIGHTING SYSTEMS SHALL COMPLY WITH THE CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PALOMAR OBSERVATORY RECOMMENDATIONS, ORDINANCE NO. 655. 2. THIS PROJECT IS WITHIN A LIQUEFACTION HAZARD ZONE. � 7 = � a 20 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA UJ J � a W Jr H TRACT MAP NO, 337341-11�a J� BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 12 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, °a N IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 J WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. F,-,- 1 �L L59 ' 10" W 5282, 95' R4)-V (N89° 39' 12"W 00 5282,87' R2 & R3) DETAIL "A " APRIL 2019 N.T.S. 10 CITY LIMIT � � � ) \ NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L55 (N 38°15'21" E 663.57' 134) LINE - (N 38°15'24" E 663.55' R1) 1 1 L45 (S 89039'10" E 319.78' 134) (N 38°15'19" E 663.55' R2) I IN 89°39'12" W 319 80' R2► L56 (N 38015/21" E 655.50� R4) -5N L32 RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET (N88° 29' 38" E 5296.39' R4) (N88° 29' 37" E 5296.39' R2 & 133) CONTINUED TABLE DATA (N 38 15 19 E 655.48 R2) MURRIETTA HOT I L46 (N 0°21 ' 22" E 265.43' R4) L57 (N 0° 33' 48" E 485.01' R4) o �r A Ob RINGS ROAD j (N 0020' 58" E 265.41 ' R2 ) (N 00 33' 47" E 485.01' R2) � "s I N �1 L47 (S 89°26'26" E 126.20' R4) L58 (N 89°39�10 W 55.00� R4) N M - - - IN 89°26'26" W 126.19' R2) (N 89°39 12�� W 55.00' R2 & R3) ti L59 (N 89 39 10 W 601.73 134) /V �0 ° L48 (N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' R4) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.61' R2) `p I o� o ( N 0°33' 34" E 76.01 ' R2 ) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601. 50' PM 14/93-94) �'s o) �; �, �1 I NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC- � (n L49 (N 48°26'S0" W 30.47' R4) ��' �1�1a'�w w 6 ( N 48025' 50" W 30.48' R2 ) C1 (23° 23' 23" 1600. 00' 653.17' R4) v ,L23 s t'� C) L50 ( N 36044' 32" E 122.41 ' R4) (23° 23' 33" 1600. 00' 653. 24' R1 & R2) 21 �L22 U; N 36 °44' 30" E 122.39' R2 ► C2 (2° 08' 52" 1600. 00' 59.98' R4) �" r r o - - - RORIPAUGH C3 (35° �2' 42' 1600. 00' 992.60 R4) 92' R1 & R2) j /r Z o z \ VALLEY I I L51 ( N 89 ° 26' 26" W 500.00' R41 ° „ v Z ROAD L52 (N 0033'48" E 1610.00' R4) (35°3246" 1600. 00' 992.63' R1 & R2) �°� �� V a� ==�J ' (N 0034'04"E 1610.00' R1) �� J 0 - 8 L53 IN 38015'21" E 82.30' R4) '� j� IN 38015'18"E 82.30' R2) �� o pC�j z � 6, o ° 66. l / L54 ( N 0033' 48" E 150.19' R4 ) j L43 I 1 `4 12� 7�� ��6• IN 0 33'47"E 150.19' R2 8 R3) �12 L13 ��4� L1o a O� Lg� L41 v0 L53 \ -- 'sr, 2 -� o it o °�� �4 °�0� °�� �J 465.13' �R3 E N� 5 c� ��h� 65(VAB1 6 RZl] N53°53'32Q�R D 4 h• / �---/� �� 'TIRIC'T Ho. . o 0 0 0 0 0 0 HE ° e25 / V\ \ \� IJVll B 4 0 a a cal - 0 a 'QzN d o \ -� L7 Lf� C« �7 L� D_ 55' - 55'= I D VG3Q0Ir � MD. I 37306CID Io 0 0 0 o Z 110'L.L NO. oMo M �- ooZo 0 o a e a I I �G��%, C�� II I FD 1"IP W/PP "FRANK \--�__- 4 Q 4 0 ° �� �� � �� �(� o J & LAURA RICE 28029 / o 0 o - DN. 0.5, NO REFERENCE Q �� �� � V) (422.01' R4 ] o o IL ACCEPTED AS POINT N89° 26' 26"W) ON S'LY LINE OF QN L49- L � L�J SEE DETAIL "A " 29 (422.00' R2 L48 U R Q C 7 H0. 37 341 e � z R3 & R4, / N89° 26' 26"W) - �� TRACT MAP NO. 37341 -11 -L51 - _ SOMMERS BEND= - - -� L47 FD 8 %8" STONE MON. --- 1 FD 1 IP OPEN TE 0.5 (75. 81' R4) MK'D "P17"ON STY NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS (75.84' R2 & R3) L59 J SIDE UP 1.2' PER POINT ON iSTY LINE OF R3 & R4 (625.52' R4) (878.58' R4) 6 L45- R2, R3 & R4 'T R Q C� 7 H 00 ° �37 �30 o m o 4 0 S/ S 0 e 0 S 625.59'R2 & R3 �- --------�-T--- --)-a - (878.53 R2 & R3) 7- - (5227.95' R4) (5227.88' R2 & R3) RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY (N89° 39' 10"W 5282 95' R4) ' 11 �r�r� , 11 -FAR, 2 (N89 39 12 W 5282.87 R2 & R3) I PAR, ';' �r1r� I � 1­1 �l�ll8) 1 ' �I�JJ8) 15r3� , ,3 �J�ll= 1 21/ _PAR 1 12 �J�J1 l 1 ' 3- )5 FAR 1 1 _PATR � _PATR 1 3 / _pA ° 3- )5 9 � ) 51-50 P2 �, )��11 �12 ' SHEET 1 OF 1 SHEETS SURVEYOR'S NOTES 1. INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. 2. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 3. O INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. 4. ALL MONUMENTS SET ARE PER RIVERSIDE COUNTY ORDINANCE 461.21. 5. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 12.310 ACRES GROSS. 6. DRAINAGE EASEMENTS SHALL BE KEPT FREE OF BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTIONS. 7. ALL MONUMENTS SHOWN AS SET SHALL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MONUMENTATION AGREEMENT FOR THIS MAP. 8. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 33 LOTS. 9. - INDICATES SUBDIVISION BOUNDARY. 10. RAID INDICATES RADIAL BEARING. 11. R1 INDICATES RECORD PER PER RS 143/82-89. 12. R2 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 342/73-85. 13. R3 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 401/89-96. 14. R4 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37368 MB 468/89-98. 15. ALL LOT CORNERS OF THIS MAP WILL BE MONUMENTED BY A 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED "LS 8805", FLUSH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 16. C.C. 8 R's, RECORDED ---------------- AS INST. NO -------------- 17. ///// INDICATES RESTRICTED ACCESS. ❑x MONUMENT LOG 1 FD 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", S.E. CORNER SECTION 20 PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 2 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH, "LS 7891", IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. 8 SOUTH LOOP RD. PER R1 & R4, FLUSH. 3 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, DN. 0.1' 4 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD 8 NORTH LOOP ROAD 8 NICHOLAS RD. PER R1 8 R4. 5 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", E.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 6 FD. 3/4" IP W/TAG "LS 4251" PER PMB 95/71-72, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. 7 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 & R4, DN. 0.1'. 8 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. AND RORIPAUGH VALLEY RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 9 FD. 2" IP W/TAG "LS 3483" N.W. CORNER SECTION 21. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 10 FD. 2 1/4" BRASS CAP ON TOP OF 2 1/4" IP ON CONCRETE, STAMPED N.E. CORNER SECTION 21, PER RS 100/52-57, RS 87/28-34, R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.1'. 11 FD STONE MON. W/"P-16" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE W/TACK FOR S.E. CORNER SECTION 21 PER R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.5'. 12 FD 6"X6" STONE MON. W/"P-15" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE NO TACK , E'LY 1/4 CORNER SECTION 21 PER RS 100/52-57, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. SCALE: 1" = 400' 460 0 460 800 BOOK T PAGE TOTAL NUMBERED LOTS: 24 TOTAL LETTERED LOTS: 1 TOTAL NET AREA. 15.485 ACRES TOTAL GROSS AREA: 17.510 ACRES OWNER'S STATEMENT WE HEREBY STATE THAT WE ARE THE OWNERS OF THE LAND INCLUDED WITHIN THE SUBDIVISION SHOWN HEREON; THAT WE ARE THE ONLY PERSONS WHOSE CONSENT IS NECESSARY TO PASS A CLEAR TITLE TO SAID LAND; THAT WE CONSENT TO THE MAKING AND RECORDING OF THIS SUBDIVISION MAP AS SHOWN WITHIN THE DISTINCTIVE BORDER LINE. WE HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: LOT "A" FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES AS SHOWN HEREON. WE ALSO HEREBY DEDICATE ABUTTERS RIGHTS OF ACCESS ALONG SOMMERS BEND TO THE PUBLIC. THE OWNERS OF LOT 24 ABUTTING THIS HIGHWAY AND DURING SUCH TIME WILL HAVE NO RIGHTS OF ACCESS EXCEPT THE GENERAL EASEMENT OF TRAVEL. ANY CHANGE OF ALIGNMENT OR WIDTH THAT RESULTS IN THE VACATION THEREOF SHALL TERMINATE THIS DEDICATION AS TO THE PART VACATED. WE ALSO HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT LYING WITHIN LOTS 1 THROUGH 24, INCLUSIVE, AS SHOWN HEREON. THE DEDICATION IS FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES. WE HEREBY RETAIN LOT "A" INDICATED AS "PRIVATE STREET" FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE PRIVATE DRAINAGE EASEMENT AS SHOWN HEREON WITHIN LOT 5, LOT 8, AND LOT 11 FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN LOT 24 INDICATED AS "LANDSCAPE" FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE SLOPE & LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE EASEMENT AS SHOWN HEREON WITHIN LOTS 1 THROUGH 23 FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. THE REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED BELOW IS DEDICATED AS AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: TO EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT (''DISTRICT''), A PUBLIC AGENCY ORGANIZED AND EXISTING UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT LAW OF 1911, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, A PERPETUAL EASEMENT AND RIGHT OF WAY TO CONSTRUCT, MAINTAIN, ENLARGE, RECONSTRUCT, REMOVE AND REPLACE, OPERATE, INSPECT, REPAIR, IMPROVE AND RELOCATE SEWER, WATER, AND RECYCLED WATER FACILITIES, ALL AS SHOWN ON THIS MAP WITHIN THE SUBDIVISION AND DESIGNATED "SEWER, WATER, AND RECYCLED WATER EASEMENT" HEREON, TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF ACCESS TO AND FROM SAID EASEMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF EXERCISING THE RIGHTS GRANTED IN SAID EASEMENT. OWNER RETAINS THE RIGHT TO USE THE EASEMENT AREA PROVIDED THAT OWNER SHALL NOT CONSTRUCT OR ERECT BUILDINGS, MASONRY WALLS, MASONRY FENCES AND OTHER STRUCTURES OR IMPROVEMENTS, OR PLANT OR GROW TREES OR SHRUBS, OR CHANGE THE SURFACE GRADE OR INSTALL PRIVATELY -OWNED PIPELINES WITHOUT THE PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT OF DISTRICT. OWNER: WOODS I DE 05S, LP, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP .y NAME: CHRIS CHAMBERS TITLE: VICE PRESIDENT, WDS GP, INC. A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION AS GENERAL PARTNER IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-12 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 13 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY NOTARY ACKNOWLEDGMENT A NOTARY PUBLIC OR OTHER OFFICER COMPLETING THIS CERTIFICATE VERIFIES ONLY THE IDENTITY OF THE INDIVIDUAL WHO SIGNED THE DOCUMENT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE IS ATTACHED, AND NOT THE TRUTHFULNESS, ACCURACY, OR VALIDITY OF THE DOCUMENT. STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF ON BEFORE ME, NOTARY PUBLIC PERSONALLY APPEARED A WHO PROVED TO ME ON THE BASIS OF SATISFACTORY EVIDENCE TO BE THE PERSON(S) WHOSE NAME(S) IS/ARE SUBSCRIBED TO THE WITHIN INSTRUMENT AND ACKNOWLEDGED TO ME THAT HE/SHE/THEY EXECUTED THE SAME IN HIS/HER/THEIR AUTHORIZED CAPACITY(IES), AND THAT BY HIS/HER/THEIR SIGNATURE(S) ON THE INSTRUMENT THE PERSON(S), OR THE ENTITY UPON BEHALF OF WHICH THE PERSON(S) ACTED, EXECUTED THE INSTRUMENT. I CERTIFY UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA THAT THE FOREGOING PARAGRAPH IS TRUE AND CORRECT. WITNESS MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL SIGNATURE NAME: NOTARY PUBLIC IN AND FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE PRINCIPAL COUNTY OF BUSINESS: COMMISSION EXPIRES: COMMISSION # OF NOTARY: CITY CLERK'S STATEMENT THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, BY ITS CITY CLERK, RANDI JOHL, HEREBY APPROVES THE TRACT MAP AND ACCEPTS THE OFFER OF DEDICATION OF LOT "A" MADE HEREON FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY AND SERVICE VEHICLES. WE ALSO HEREBY ACCEPT THE DEDICATION OF ABUTTERS RIGHTS OF ACCESS ALONG SOMMERS BEND AS DEDICATED. WE ALSO HEREBY ACCEPT THE 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT AS DEDICATED. DATED: BY: 2020 RANDI JOHL CITY CLERK, CITY OF TEMECULA SOILS REPORT PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 66490 OF THE STATE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT, A PRELIMINARY SOILS REPORT WAS PREPARED BY LEIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES, INC., REGISTERED IN THE STATE OF CA. PROJECT NO. 10967.108 ON JUNE 25, 2018, ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY ENGINEER, CITY OF TEMECLULA. APRIL 2019 TAX BOND CERTIFICATE I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT A BOND IN THE SUM OF $ HAS BEEN EXECUTED AND FILED WITH THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA, CONDITIONED UPON THE PAYMENT OF ALL TAXES, STATE, COUNTY, MUNICIPAL OR LOCAL, AND ALL SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES, WHICH AT THE TIME OF FILING OF THIS MAP WITH THE COUNTY RECORDER ARE A LIEN AGAINST SAID PROPERTY, BUT NOT YET PAYABLE, AND SAID BOND HAS BEEN DULY APPROVED BY SAID BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. DATE- , 20—. CASH BOND JON CHRISTENSEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR DEPUTY TAX COLLECTOR'S CERTIFICATE I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ACCORDING TO THE RECORDS OF THIS OFFICE, AS OF THIS DATE, THERE ARE NO LIENS AGAINST THE PROPERTY SHOWN ON THE WITHIN MAP FOR UNPAID STATE, COUNTY, MUNICIPAL, OR LOCAL TAXES, OR SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES, EXCEPT TAXES OR SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES NOW A LIEN BUT NOT YET PAYABLE, WHICH ARE ESTIMATED TO BE $ DATE: JON CHRISTENSEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR 20. SIGNATURE OMISSIONS SHEET 1 OF 7 SHEETS RECORDER'S STATEMENT FILED THIS DAY OF 20— AT .M IN BOOK OF MAPS, AT PAGES AT THE REQUEST OF THE CITY CLERK OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA. NO. FEE: PETER ALDANA, ASSESSOR -COUNTY CLERK -RECORDER ME DEPUTY SUBDIVISION GUARANTEE: FIRST AMERICAN TITLE COMPANY SURVEYOR'S STATEMENT THIS MAP WAS PREPARED BY ME OR UNDER MY DIRECTION AND IS BASED UPON A FIELD SURVEY IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT AND LOCAL ORDINANCE AT THE REQUEST OF WOODSIDE 05S, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP IN JANUARY 2018. 1 HEREBY STATE THAT ALL MONUMENTS ARE OF THE CHARACTER AND OCCUPY THE POSITIONS INDICATED OR THAT THEY WILL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS OF THE MONUMENT AGREEMENT FOR THE MAP AND THAT THE MONUMENTS ARE, OR WILL BE, SUFFICIENT TO ENABLE THE SURVEY TO BE RETRACED, AND THAT THIS FINAL MAP SUBSTANTIALLY CONFORMS TO THE CONDITIONALLY APPROVED TENTATIVE MAP. THIS SURVEY IS TRUE AND COMPLETE AS SHOWN. DATE: W I LL I AM ROHAL, L.S. 8805 �4 LAND SU\ \v� 0\,\NM Roy �o \�F CA1-\F09 DEPUTY CITY ENGINEER'S STATEMENT I HEREBY STATE THAT THIS MAP CONSISTING OF SEVEN (7) SHEETS HAS BEEN EXAMINED BY ME OR UNDER MY SUPERVISION AND FOUND TO BE SUBSTANTIALLY THE SAME AS IT APPEARED ON THE TENTATIVE MAP OF TRACT NO. 37341 AS FILED AND APPROVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ON JUNE 20, 2018, THE EXPIRATION DATE BEING JUNE 20, 2021. THAT ALL PROVISIONS OF APPLICABLE STATE LAW AND CITY REGULATIONS HAVE BEEN COMPLIED WITH, AND I AM SATISFIED THIS MAP IS TECHNICALLY CORRECT. PURSUANT TO SECTION 66436 OF THE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT, THE DATED: SIGNATURES OF THE FOLLOWING OWNERS OF EASEMENTS AND/OR OTHER INTERESTS HAVE BEEN OMITTED: AN EASEMENT IN FAVOR OF GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES RECORDED DECEMBER 5, 1988 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 88-354239, 0. R. CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD. EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT'S ACCEPTANCE STATEMENT I HEREBY STATE THAT THE EASEMENT DEDICATED ON THIS MAP TO THE EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT IS HEREBY ACCEPTED AND THE DISTRICT CONSENTS TO THE RECORDATION THEREOF BY ITS DULY AUTHORIZED OFFICER. DATE: SHEILA ZELAYA, BOARD SECRETARY OF THE EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS THEREOF KRIS R. WINCHAK EXP. 3-31-20 (AS DELEGATED) CITY OF TEMECULA 2020 L.S. 6240 FOR PATRICK A. THOMAS, CITY ENGINEER No. L.S. 6240 f�gjF OF C A1.�F���\� SECTION 21 TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SBM TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 (S 64°10'07" E 137.86' R4) (N 64010'00" W 137.86' 132) L2 (N 71°51'24" E 60.57' R4) (N 71051'21" E 60.57' R2) L3 (N 47054'03" E 206.41' R4) (N 47054'00" E 206.41' R2) L4 (N 74040'31" E 84.91' R4) (N 74040'28" E 84.91' R2) L5 (N 89042'02" E 162.15' 134) (N 89041'59" E 162.15' R2) L6 (N 63056'09" E 113.99' R4) (N 63056'06" E 113.99' 132) L7 (N 84027'29" E 144.82' 134) (N 84027'26" E 144.82' 132) L8 (N 84027'27" E 49.09' 134) (N 84027'24" E 49.09' 133) L9 (S 84012'25" E 129.22' 134) (N 84012'28" W 129.22' 133) L10 (N 83031'26" E 386.16' 134) (N 83031'23" E 386.16' 133) L11 (N 57040'49" E 87.87' 134) (N 57040'46" E 87.87' R3) L12 (N 72009'33" E 161.36' 134) (N 72009'30" E 161.36' 133) L13 (N 81026'12" E 356.89' 134) (N 81026'09" E 356.89' 133) L14 (S 89059'57" E 283.29' 134) (N 90000'00" W 283.29' 133) L15 (S 83050'13" E 159.06' 134) (N 83050'16" W 159.06' 133) L16 (N 61056'25" E 264.03' 134) (N 61056'22" E 264.03' 133) L17 (N 51006'12" E 146.91' 134) (N 51006'09" E 146.91' 133) L18 (N 40050'09" E 160.77' 134) (N 40050'06" E 160.77' 133) L19 (N 45027'37" E 97.37' 134) (N 45027'34" E 97.37' 133) L20 (N 55057'04" E 292.00' 134) (N 55057'01" E 292.00' 133) L21 (N 71033'59" E 183.58' 134) (N 71033'56" E 183.58' 133) L22 (N 10059'51" W 41.74' 134) (N 10059'54" W 41.74' 133) L23 (N 46017'13" W 70.83' 134) (N 46017'16" W 70.83' 133) L24 (N 30010'20" E 129.03' R4) (N 30010'17" E 129.03' 133) L25 (N 41058'20" W 153.10' R4) (N 41058'23" W 153.10' R3) L26 (N 68029'22" E 150.04' 134) (N 68029'19" E 150.04' 133) L27 (N 49018'15" W 61.50' 134) (N 49018'18" W 61.50' 133) L28 (N 27042'29" W 157.42' R4) (N 27042'32" W 157.42' R3) L29 (N 3009'15" E 69.52' 134) (N 3009'12" E 69.52' 133) L30 (N 31008'52" E 146.57' 134) (N 31008'49" E 146.57' 133) L31 (N 59053'24" E 91.23' 134) (N 59053'21" E 91.23' 133) L32 (S 80011'49" E 146.69' 134) (N 80011'52" W 146.69' R3) L33 (S 24°16'03" E 163.27' 134) (N 24°16'06" W 163.27' 133) L34 (S 40°55'25" E 372.57' R4) (N 40055'28" W 372.57' R3) L35 (S 22046'27" E 193.68' R4) (N 22°46'30" W 193.68' R3 L36 (S 0°50'29" E 260.95' 134) (N 0°50'32" W 260.95' 133) L37 (S 8011'57" W 112.76' R4) (N 8011'54" E 112.76' 133) L38 (S 25031'21" W 112.71' 134) (N 25031'18" E 112.71' 133) L39 (S 37018'50" W 85.50' 134) (N 37018'47" E 85.50' 133) L40 (S 5°40'51" E 142.81' 134) (N 5040'54" W 142.81' 133) L41 (S 89010'18" E 85.47' 134) (N 89°10'21" W 85.47' R3) L42 (N 60°44'02" E 96.06' 134) (N 60°43'59" E 96.06' 133) L43 (S 89026'27" E 338.54' 134) (N 89°26'30" W 338.53' R3) L44 (N 0°33'48" E 30.00' 134) (N 0033'47" E 30.00' 132) e �L - L59 --k- �(N89' 39' 10" W 5282.95' R4)-Ar- (N89° 39' 12"W 00 5282.87, R2 & R3) Ln DETAIL "A " N.T.S. APRIL 2019 NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP. 10 CITY LIMIT \ NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L55 (N 38°15'21" E 663.57' R4) LINE - (N 38°15'24" E 663.55' R1) 1 1 L45 (S 89039'10" E 319.78' 134) (N 38°15'19" E 663.55' 132) I (N 89°39'12" W 319.80' 132) L56 (N 38015'21" E 655.50' 134) (N 38° 15' 19" E 655.48' R2) L32 MURRIETTA HOT I L46 ( N 0°21 ' 22" E 265.43' R4) L57 (N 00 33' 48" E 485.01' 134) o --R\r \SPRINGS- J (N Oo 33' 47" E 485.01' R2) � "� °� � ROAD I ( N 0 ° 20' S8" E 265.41 ' R2 ► L47 ( S 89 ° 26' 26" E 126.20' R4 ) L58 (N 89 39 10 W 55.00 R4) N M �� - - - ( N 89 ° 26' 26" W 126.19' R2 ► (N 890 39' 12" W 55. 00' R2 & R3) � � L59 (N 89 39 10 W 601.73 R4) �' T L48 (N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' R4) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.61' R2) `p (N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' 132 ) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601. 50' PM 14/93-94) (; w �1 I Old NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC- (n �� L� L49 IN 48°26'50" W 30.47' R4) _ C �1�1 a'�w tt� � w (N 48 ° 25' 50" W 30.48' R2 ) Cl (23° 23' 23" 1600.00' 653.17' R4) v �L23 s t'� C) Lo L50 (N 36044' 32" E 122.41 ' 134) (23° 23' 33" 1600.00' 653. 24' R1 & 132) L22 U; (N 36 °44' 30" E 122.39' R2 ) C2 (2° 08' 52" 1600.00' 59.98' 134) �' r r o (/) - - - RORIPAUGH C3 (35° �2' 42' 1600.00' 992.60 R4) & R2) j /r � Z o z \ VALLEY I I L51 ( N 89 ° 26' 26" W 500.00' R41 ° „ v Z ROAD L52 (N 0°33'48" E 1610.00' R4) (35°3246" 1600.00' 992.63' R1 & R2) __ �1 ' (N 0°34'04"E 1610.00' R1) % J o - 8 L53 IN 38015'21" E 82.30' R4) '� j� IN 38015'18"E 82.30' R2) IR2 o 6, o ° 66. l / L54 ( N 0033' 48" E 150.19' R4 ) j L43 I 1 `4 �� �'j�� 12� 7�� ��6• IN 0 33'47"E 150.19' R2 8 133) �12 L13 �L14� L1o �,a 0 �.r° L8 Lg� L41 w 7 // 56 0 �R L5�� _ - rnL Clr Flo. 37 34� e3 L53 L, --� �'sr, L2 4G3LaC�� U�10 ® �M] o ll �4 �00 ��77 73 R4) 5 �,14i���°ti (N81°36� RZIE �C/y0 �/ �„� �1�,�; 465.13 3� ( (°��� z = ' g \ / a N53°53'32Q�R D 4 'T1Rl% 'T Flo® 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 � o ° e / V\ \ \� LIVLI B 4 0 a a cal - 0 a Q HE 47 V 1 � 2� � M Rs � � D�� \ �� ��� �IL lelo z n, hd � ° cry o, 1 „ 11 o 20 I �� i \ �o ® �� ��� \��\ �o L� v L7 Lf� C« �7 L� El- 55' - 55'= J N � r-I.,- BUTTERFIELD STAGE ROAD �7 M 20 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-12 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 13 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET (N88° 29' 38" E 5296.39' R4) (N88° 29' 37" E 5296.39' R2 & 133) CONTINUED TABLE DATA I D VG3La(r"ffcar Io 0 0 0 o z NO. �I oMo M -�- zz�o?o o FD 1"IP W/PP "FRANK `1 'r G3 La o u H o ® �� �3� � e � � I � �3� �3� o � & LAURA RICE 28029 /j \ � cF Q LA o 97 03�1 �3C� no - DN. 0.5 , NO REFERENCE - � V) (422. 01' R4 H o / - I ACCEPTED AS POINT - V� N89° 26' 26"W) L ON S'LY LINE OF L49- L�J SEE DETAIL "A " 20 t 29 N8(422 ° 260' "2 L48 7 Flo. �37 341== z R3 & R4,� �G Laos Fl o. �37 �341_�� \\ _L'URIC �I L47 _ ��--�- RFD 8"X8" STONE - SOMMERS BEND= - - FD 1" IP OPEN DN. 0.5 MKT 'P17 ON �MON. NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED SLY �� AS TRACT MAP NO. 37341 (75.81' R4) 12 (75. 84 R2 & R3) L59 J SIDE UP 1.2' p PER G3 La o 97 �3C� o POINT ON SLY LINE OF R3 & R4 L45- - R2, R3 & R4 - - - g S S e S - (625.52' R4) 625.59R2 & R3 (878.58' R4) 6n (878.53' R2 & R3) - I � _ _ _ - (5227.95' R4) (5227.88' R2 & R3) _/ �r1f� � 1 1 RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY (N89° 39' 10'W 5282.95' R4) � -FAR � 2 �r1f� � �1 t r�f� � � (N89° 39' 12"W 5282.87' R2 I & R3) \ � ll r' / �l�ll� 1 ' p1�J1� 15 3� �J�ll� 1 �7� �r1t� , 12 pJ�J1� 1 / 3- )� �r1r� 1 1 �r�r� , �, r' ll r r1f� / �r1f� ' ° 3- )5 93-3--3 9 57-5�3 P111J )��71 l� SHEET 2 OF 7 SHEETS SURVEYOR'S NOTES 1. INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. 2. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 3. INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37341-11 MB / 4. O INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. 5. 0 INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37341-11 MB L 6. ALL MONUMENTS SET ARE PER RIVERSIDE COUNTY ORDINANCE 461.21. 7. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 17.510 ACRES GROSS. 8. DRAINAGE EASEMENTS SHALL BE KEPT FREE OF BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTIONS. 9. ALL MONUMENTS SHOWN AS SET SHALL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MONUMENTATION AGREEMENT FOR THIS MAP. 10. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 24 LOTS. 11. INDICATES SUBDIVISION BOUNDARY. 12. RAD INDICATES RADIAL BEARING. 13. R1 INDICATES RECORD PER PER RS 143/82-89. 14. R2 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 342/73-85. 15. R3 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 401/89-96. 16. R4 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37368 MB 468/89-98. 17. R5 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37341-11 MB / 18. ALL LOT CORNERS OF THIS MAP WILL BE MONUMENTED BY A 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED "LS 8805", FLUSH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 19. C.C. 8 R's, RECORDED---------------- AS INST. NO 20. ///// INDICATES RESTRICTED ACCESS. ❑X MONUMENT LOG 1 FD 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", S.E. CORNER SECTION 20 PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 2 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH, "LS 7891", IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. 8 SOUTH LOOP RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 3 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, DN. 0.1' 4 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD 8 NORTH LOOP ROAD 8 NICHOLAS RD. PER R1 8 R4. 5 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", E.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 6 FD. 3/4" IP W/TAG "LS 4251" PER PMB 95/71-72, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. 7 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD o STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, DN. 0.1'. C) 8 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. AND RORIPAUGH VALLEY RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 9 FD. 2" IP W/TAG "LS 3483" N.W. CORNER SECTION 21. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 10 FD. 2 1/4" BRASS CAP ON TOP OF 2 1/4" IP ON CONCRETE, STAMPED N.E. CORNER w SECTION 21, PER RS 100/52-57, RS 87/28-34, J R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.1'. o 11 FD STONE MON. W/"P-16" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE W/TACK FOR S.E. CORNER SECTION 21 PER R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.5'. 12 FD 6"X6" STONE MON. W/"P-15" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE NO TACK , E'LY 1/4 CORNER o SECTION 21 PER RS 100/52-57, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. AULD RDo f MURRIETq HOT � SPRINGS F2Do SITE 10 A 5 RO NLCO� cn CD �c CANTRELL RD m m PH LA SERENA v PH 15 WAY v MARGARITA c�0 RD Of 9� 9� MEADOWS PKWY ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT NOTE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINTS SHEET AFFECTING THIS MAP IS ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE OF THE CITY ENGINEER, CITY OF TEMECULA, IN E.C.S. BOOK , PAGE . THIS AFFECTS ALL LOTS. VICINITY MAP N.T.S. \ IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-12 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 13 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY TRZ%c IN] OO ° 37 341 LV / BOUNDARY MAP r a' Ia 237 23n- 6 o m - - M lil \ I I / \ I i LOT SpNpE 4 e -� Hoe �37 �34� ITO� >/ Ho. RB 4 , ti% / �G� LANDSCAPE" 33 \ \ c ° �-��� `��. ,. off\ I UQaC�� �JO 4�' I =�L, \ \\ TTOLEA WAY C10 L5 C9 „ R,15C;� N \ L6 (A=43° 34� 56 1 Q J �is ' 2t w� 26 PC \ (N84° 0� 606.66' R4) �/ 0J �J �� 2 �� 1) �J° z 7 0.° 0.°� ��0. - - - - -TL4 C6 L5 C7 L6 C1 YBROOK 7 q �L 20L - (N05° 41'51"IN M �' / C2 C3 L3 C4 LOT "A" (N834 -- 70. 00' R4) N27° 59' 06"E RAD PRC ' C5 ° R4) H o ® �37 �3C� � n �------------ N 1'�N10° 25' 49"W RAD PRC N 300.21 � D � � o / o � e � o o �, - - / N13° 33' 24" E RAD PRC (75.81' R4) TRACT MAP NO. 37341-12 - (75.84 R2 & R3) z N (625. 52' RC (878.58' R4) - - _ (625.59 R2 & R3) (878.53' R2 & R3) RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY T\ (2554.77' R4) "--577- (5227.95' R4) (5227.88' R2 & R3) (N89° 39' 10"W 5282.95' R4) (N89° 39' 12"W 5282.87' R2 & R3) / Fr�r�, 12 I F, A JR I I F,'� lr� � 2 7 F ll� JR 3 F ll� IR I � / FD 1" IP OPEN DN. 0.5' F'J\IJFil NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS POINT ON S'LY LINE OF R3 & R4 TABLE DATA NAME NAME DIRECTION LENGTH ---- ---- ---------------- --------- Cl L1 (N 38°26'11" W RAD 26.00' R4) C2 L2 (N 12°09'22" E RAD 150.04' R4) C3 L3 (N 89°59'34" W 105.00' R4) C4 L4 (N 84008'57" E 102.47' R4) C5 L5 (N 85055'39" W 74.24' R4) C6 L6 (N 90000'00" E 150.00' R4) C7 L7 (N 0-21'36" E 2636.10' R4) C8 (N 0-21'34" E 2636.07' R2 & 133) C9 L8 (N 0°33'48" E 150.19' R4) C10 (N 0033'47" E 150.19' R2 & 133) C11 DELTA ------ (15°49'44" (38°24'55" (10°26'15" (13°32'58" (19°59'24" ( 9°55'24" ( 4°04'21" ( 5008'45" ( 4°04'21" ( 9°55'24" (38°26'11" -RAD IUS- 300.00' 300.00' 1000.00, 1000.00, 500.00' 710.00' 790.00' 790.00' 750.00' 750.00' 790.00' ARC 82.88' 134) 201.14' R4) 182.17' R4) 236.48' R4) 174.45' R4) 122.97' R4) 56.15' R4) 70.95' R4) 53.31' R4) 129.90' R4) 529.97' R4) FD 1" IP W/PP "FRANK & LAURA RICE 28029 DN. 0.5, NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS POINT ON SLY LINE OF R3 & R4 SCALE: 1" = 200' 260 0 200 400 APRIL 2019 N CD o IQ \ w N \ \ o \ z Of M \CO N w ro 0 Z (N61 ° 00' 53" W 37.90' 134) L� �Q ( 7 o 7 -00 28' 03.697" CONVERGENCE ANGLE AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION 21 SHEET 3 OF 7 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. SURVEYOR'S NOTES THE BASIS OF BEARINGS FOR THIS SURVEY IS THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM, NAD 83 (NSRS 2011) EPOCH 2O10.00, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, ZONE 6 , AS DETERMINED LOCALLY BY A TIE BETWEEN CONTINUOUSLY OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS) "P477", "BILL" AND "PMOB" AS SHOWN HEREON. (I.E. N 2805323" E) DISTANCES SHOWN HEREON ARE GROUND DISTANCES. GRID DISTANCES MAY BE OBTAINED BY MULTIPLYING GROUND DISTANCES BY 0.999901821, AVERAGE ELEVATION ABOVE MEAN SEA LEVEL = 1354. LEGEND INDICATES BOUNDARY INDICATES CENTER LINE INDICATES LOT LINE INDICATES EXISTING LOT LINE INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH TO BE SET PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. O INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. - INDICATES CONTINUOUS OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS, AS NOTED). CORS STATION "BILL" N 2154995.0380� E 6313564.1750 N88° 29' 38" E 5295.87' (GRID) 10 9 N88° 29' 38" E 6 g 00.�3'/ -(N88 29 37 E 20 2� 5296.39' I4Q40 �� �0) 12 �a cbl \; N89° 26' 12"W I 55.00' y ,y r BUTTERFIELD L8 `S`�S� STAGE ROAD 1200 2� ��\O 11 \ 80619,E I 202 s /a 44' CORS STATION "PMOB" \ \ -- �L N 2074153.1260�� I N /� �^? �k.P E 6375547.4700 WS I 93a2°' W BASIS OF BEARINGS DETAIL N.T.S. CORS STATION "P477" N 2127663.6770 E 6298482.8020 0 cr N O) CO _o N z IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-12 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 13 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY SCALE: 1" = 200' 260 0 260 400 SHEET INDEX MAP APRIL 2019 a 0 z —I in M i� a \ I mm OLEA WAY� \ � � �o`o��� �,� \ \ o \ I I I a t o a F i —� I� �— SOMMERS 24 20 BEND _ 'LANDSCAPE" g T �� �� �� w �6 20 \ LOT A' �� 77 B ��� I� ' z 277 ,1 E� ��YBA00K TEAR �� 4 Q 4 PRIVATE STREET-DAYBROOK _ TERRAC DA PRIVATE STREE E � 1 I H0. 37 3@ o 22 21 20 19 HB 46 0 / 23 se -go i- 14 18 117 I 16��15 14 O _PAf-� 12 1 \- RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY _PAr� , J J pIVJEil J 4'/93-9s J 13 Lu I "A• I 12 11 10 _ \ 8 7 6 I 5 4 3 2/ � r _pr f� % -PAIR � 3 -PAIR iy, SHEET 4 OF 7 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. SURVEYOR'S NOTES THE BASIS OF BEARINGS FOR THIS SURVEY IS THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM, NAD 83 (NSRS 2011) EPOCH 2O10.00, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, ZONE 6 , AS DETERMINED LOCALLY BY A TIE BETWEEN CONTINUOUSLY OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS) "P477", "BILL" AND "PMOB" AS SHOWN HEREON. (I.E. N 28° 53'23" E) DISTANCES SHOWN HEREON ARE GROUND DISTANCES. GRID DISTANCES MAY BE OBTAINED BY MULTIPLYING GROUND DISTANCES BY 0.999901821, AVERAGE ELEVATION ABOVE MEAN SEA LEVEL = 1354. LEGEND INDICATES BOUNDARY INDICATES CENTER LINE INDICATES LOT LINE INDICATES EXISTING EASEMENT LINE INDICATES RESTRICTED ACCESS RIGHTS OINDICATES SHEET NO. EASEMENT NOTES 1 AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA RECORDED DECEMBER 5, 1988 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 88-354239, O.R. CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD. 2 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT DEDICATED HEREON. 3 AN EASEMENT WITHIN LOTS 1 THROUGH 23 FOR PUBLIC ACCESS PURPOSES PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 4 MULTI -USE TRAIL EASEMENT AND FUEL MODIFICATION t� EASEMENT WITHIN LOTS 1 THROUGH 23 PER TRACT MAP 37368,MB 468/89-98. 5 PRIVATE 4' WIDE DRAINAGE EASEMENT. 6 PRIVATE SLOPE & LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE EASEMENT TO THE HOA (WIDTH VARIES) WITHIN �i LOTS 1 THROUGH 23. 7 AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES DEDICATED HEREON. 8 AN EASEMENT DEDICATED TO EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT FOR SEWER AND WATER PURPOSES WITHIN LOT "A". SCALE: 1" = 50' 50 0 50 100 Z W Lu W Lu U) IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-12 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 13 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY 7ml/ C7 Flo® 3734=�� H] 0 0 I • f.: 1 1 -� CD" W I I I 220 \may o'Ul 28.00' \ - - - \ R6•�0 N/ _ `° cn I ' 1d=19° 44' 17" R=472.00' L=162.60' R5) C6 �� o 0 300.27' �, R4) o q� (43. 00' R5 (N83° 34' 00' E of 7 g LOT A OR ra= ° R=500.00' L=174.45' R4) d=19° PRIVATE STREET 59'24" R=528.00' L=184.21' - c 4=9°06'491, - - L=83.98' - A=10°-52'-35 - - ol L=100.23' 17 L8 81.86' N89°39'10"W 109. 99, Q11 ccI wi 4' - c MI N o 6 C> o L7 NN 3 89, \ W w N N N 0 120.22' 0 207.59' 0 r`' 123. 61' TERRACE C2 L3 i DAYBROOK „ 213. 65 - - - _ i N83 34'00 E --93,65' - - - - �5 120.00' w I 2 pi I z I ', 5 APRIL 2019 SHEET 5 OF 7 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. CURVE TABLE NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC a------------------------------- Cl 123054'14" 46.00' 99.48' ::D C2 15000'38" 102.00' 26.72' m C3 43035'42" 46.00' 35.00' C4 43035'41" 46.00' 35.00' Q C5 36042'51" 46.00' 29.48' C6 (00015'06" 500.00' 2.20' 135) Q C7 (15001'20" 300.00' 78.66' 135) n 0 U Z Q LINE TABLE \ NAME DIRECTION LENGTH \ 30.00' L1 (N 06026'00" W 53.93' R5) L2 (N 61000'53" W 37.90' 134) L3 N 81025'22" W 50.00' \ "LANDSCAPE" \ \ L4 N 79041'12" W 28.66' \ \ \ L5 N 88024'20" W 33.30' \ \ L6 N 48053'04" W 8.30' \ \ 42 L7 N 87022'57" E 28.65' L8 N 89046'19" W 56.02' \\\ I `�.51 L9 N 37027'53" E 27.35' 00 N 126�•go 3�5•��t I Flo ao I IZ � � J N 43 53 w R4 p I o I m L �� I �I 28I 6� II I 0- / `� \ 7 2 / 183 63 4,- 3 o I 20, L5 \ v'.3g, C� �j w \ W 48 Icv CA 6 A \\ O /NI O I N � '-� p1 03,E ' - U2 N�8 23.55 5.51' Z 60 r � rn 4 �0I z O 0 z 0 rn N rn I � O E -P cfl t_Tl M Z o 0 � rn 1�3.NO 43. 56' - N82_35' 55" W o> a, .55� _245.88' 153. 01, - ------- ------- _ o '� 49. - _N7 78 831 �� 8 ° 57' 29"W � i \� I � •ems 120.85' 120.91' ,/ 175.74' ���170.03' (878.58' R4) (N89° 39' 10"W 2554.77' R4) RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY F, A JR 3 k FJ\11E-J) y)5/7 J --J (75.81' R4) Tl f � J / N IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-12 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 13 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY APRIL 2019 SHEET 6 OF 7 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. CURVE TABLE NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC LINE TABLE ---- Cl ----------- (15049'44" -------- 300.00' -------- 82.88' R4) SCALE: 1" = 50' C2 (15 °49' 44" 328.00' 90.62' R5) NAME DIRECTION LENGTH C3 (4°31'29" 1028.00' 81.18' R5) ---- --------------- --------- C4 (4005'19" 1028.00' 73.36' R5) 50 0 50 100 L1 N 87022'57" E 28.65' C5 1038'21" 972.00' 27.81' L2 N 89046'19" W 56.02' C6 5003'06" 972.00' 85.70' L3 N 85033'21" E 19.25' C7 2012'31" 972.00' 37.47' L4 N 00000'26" E 32.56' C8 1028'25" 972.00' 25.00' L5 N 76043'17" E 24.20' C9 2031'58" 328.00' 14.50' L6 N 89039'10" W 30.16' C10 7013'53" 276.00' 34.83' L7 N 12009'22" E RAID 4.00' C11 2028'05" 1000.00, 43.08' C12 15021'53" 276.00' 74.01' C13 15049'44" 272.00' 75.14' 17 24 W N c / N � 0 L=128. 57' (�j L=22035' 46" R=326. 00' ? 01� p=22° 35' 46L 31, N N \ \ Cz 77 A=38°25'30" R=3 OO.Op -o � I o� p=22° 35' 46" R=276' L=108.8q� L�201. 19 10 , ry•j �\ I - - CC12 - L7 8 24,55 - �C�3_ \ Soo/' R=272.00 L=182.37' R5) I cy , C9 o I Q�1 1` o`� / 14 ZCli of ti H W 8.62 1 N of ` `1 _ N �N81 ° 15'27"W I W 51. 75 132. 3 N78° 35 43; W W i/) _ 190. 93 a N Lo N89° 39' 10"W -8 112.99' w 107.53' O -8 111.85' � 101.99' 77.78' F1/�J I J J -pJVJEil J Ir/93-9J • °CCc 1 w o to 2 28.00' =187. 27' R5) �N89° 59' 34"W 105. 00' R5) C3 - 1p=10° 26,15" R=1028. 00 L o 0 o f o o I � I _ =10 26' 15" R=1000. 00' L=182.17, R4) �' (N890 59' 34"W 105. 00' R4) N 061 C11 I C4 \ 1 (4,38° o (� �� ° C11 cv o - - - - - TERRACE LOT "A" 7 $ �o (�=13 32 58 R=1000. Qp� o/ (d=19° 44' 17" 29 55„ pAYgROOK L=236.48' R4) N' R=472.00 d, p R=300.00' �� 972.00 L=177.07' I" ' N89° 59' 34"W 105.00' "' 4=13° 32'S8" L=162.60' R5) _ 3g°24 RIVA7E STREET R4) �o p=10° 26 15 R„ - -C7 76.60'- 28.40 - -C6- - - R=972.00' L=229.86 o / (4= I _- _6° 45r C9 L=T14. 60'- d-6 r M o 19° 4= R=328.00' -C8 J ° , / 51 30 L=Tt6.35 N/ 59 24�� R=500.00' L=174.45' R4) =20 23'07„ _ _ L=219.92' 7p \� N05 03 32 E_RAD 116. , -0=1-5°_29'"49,�- _C5 � 4=19°59'24" , 2 / L=88.72' PRC� \\_ N08" 57' 23"W RAD \`\ D - - 2 / �d_9°02 R=528.00 L=184.21' , 25,49�;W =p '4. 40' Zr \ N 2. 20� L=83. 9849 - - - - - w N14 4' �� 11 \ 0 10 4 5 a� �I Q Lo 13 of co Lo o N 117 ZI N _ 63.12' 51 p2 E� N88°38'17"W - N79 9. 68 11 68.12' 5 , � 9 a=I 0 4. 51 _ N85° 33' 21"E 129. 24' N _ WI '` wI wi 12 ------ L3 - � �Ic 0- pot 61\,O N rn r I N M I 7 N I C �9 o I I o 0 10 0.• K6� w � ?S,p z Z z i N _ 0 6'� N80°32429' w N 4q,\\ 2,5 � L2 L1�_ 113 g4• W I�� 6� W /W w N � Q0 � N ti O N O O M v Z p N O ui Z N Z � 1083.96' 0 112.00' 112.99' o O O ro o 112.00' 112.99' o FD I" I P OPEN DN. 0.5' NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS POINT ON S'LY LINE OF R3 & R4 N O O O M O co 0 of w � z o � O N Z O � O ,-7 A. 43' N o0 M8° 36' 31"E II 19.32� 36.24' Q0 �- 113.99' 1 (625.52' R4) �qO4 58,68, �Z ,� N89° 39' 10"W Ln 9> 6g, �� 99. 58' 3 4 M 72.74' M 114.06' 113.99' _ RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY N89° 39' 10"W 2554.77' ���f; J > FD 1" IP W/PP "FRANK - & LAURA RCE 28029 DN. 0.5' , NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS POINT ON S'LY LINE OF R3 & R4 N85 46'5511W - 113.11' w N M U°`J4 % ' W O o 00N O 0 000 Z GV O � N O z L662.8 7' -_F_N84° 27' 01 "W 81. 86' 26. 84' 34. 61' 28. 20N89° 39' 1011W o VARIES J o �- 115.01' 109.99, 9&I FIMEj' 9 E-) / -J J - J 2 (878.58' R4) p ll rTR I J 120.22' 207.59' �- - 123.61 J� r IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA SHEET 7 OF 7 SHEETS NOTES TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-12 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 13 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2 . SEE SHEET NO . 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY APRIL 2019 EASEMENT NOTES. CURVE TABLE CURVE TABLE (CONTINUED) LINE TABLE NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC NAME DIRECTION LENGTH ------------------------------- ------------------------------- c - - - ----------- Cl ( 9055'24" 710.00' 122.97' R4) C14 7013'53" 276.00' 34.83' s`C L2 (N 38026'116 " W RAID R4) C3 (15°49'44" 300.00' 82.88' R4) C16 0°34'47" 860.00' 8.770: SyFFT L3 N 79038'12" E 51.99 C4 (15049'44" 328.00' 90.62' R5) C17 1023'57" 860.00' 21.00' \ 'YO, 3 SCALE: 1"= 50' L4 N 75003'07" E 47.77' C5 9055'24" 664.00' 115.00' C18 2040'24" 860.00' 40.13' \ � Sj L5 N 82043' 02" W 47.59' C6 4004' 21 " 836.00' 59.42' C19 2022' 21 " 640.00' 26.50' 1100- L6 N 71045'02" E 47.22' C7 10026'24" 836.00' 152.33' C20 ( 9055'24" 750.00' 129.90' R4) 50 0 50 100 L7 N 77 08'32 W 32.80' C8 9 55 24' 690.00' 119.50 C21 ( 4 04'21 750.00' 53.31 R4) L8 N 85059'51" E 44.98' C9 4004'21" 810.00' 57.57' C22 15021'53" 276.00' 74.01' 3Q \ L9 N 12009'22" E RAD 4.00' C10 10026'24" 810.00' 147.59' C23 15049'44" 272.00' 75.14' `0 C11 10026'24" 860.00' 156.70' C24 ( 5008'45" 790.00' 70.95' R4) \ C12 4004'21" 860.00' 61.13' C25 ( 9055'24" 787.00' 136.30' R4) \ C13 9055'24" 640.00' 110.84' C26 ( 4004'21" 713.00' 50.68' R4) \ a \ Gti �G�3LQC�� 30 I � � o pp 24 d �, �_- C25 l�-52�' • "LANDSCAPE" N N g �I (N84° 08' 57"E 606.66R4) o (N85 55 39 W o I C26 �-- (N90° 00' 00"W 150.00' R4) �� , q3° 34' S� 0.741 AC o 0 li of 01 C) to _ l� 19p'pp I� �� C20 I 606.66' R4) L1 I �� to (N840 OS' 57 E _ - M _ C21 "' (N90° 00' 00"E 150. 00' R4) �� �M _ ° 26� 11" p=22° 35' 46" R=326. 00, 2 6 -� of i i � lD'3a 2 ° of o; SOMMERS BEND ;a __-\ ° o (N84 08 57 E Cl �` I �� �� 13 q p=22 35 46 L=118.31' N C9 102. 47' R4) r L1 'r C2 ti I �� (N90° 00' 00" E 150. 00' R4) �� I / / / N79° 33' 36"E 210° • 13' w o L=38° 25' 30" R=300. 00' N 20.001-- - C8 - - - - - - - - - - - Nlgo 33' 36� 0 of =22° 35' 46" R=276' L=108. 84' � �201. 19, 52' L1 I'o _ 1 C22 - L9 /o -o=o- N84° 08' 57" E 102. o ' ° � CIO q o I o C9 o N90 00 00 W 150.00 o LOT 13 o A o .59' I' O _ C5 CD �'' L1 I� �� � I C7 -A l9° 33' 36"E 210• 75.13 C14 0 o Na4° 08 57 E� N o _ C6 _ DAYBROOK TERRACE _c� , o N 7 8-105.00' N90° 00' 00" W 150.00' o f ' o I 30.o IoC I 11C1500' 102.66' - 11 N845EA=7° 33iO3n 24. 50' N90° . L=84.34' 49.C18-CD C13 NI PRIVATE STREET / L=88.00' _ o I o z rn 15 o1i o Z tCAI o o � Z o 16 / 00 <R I N "� Z C) O N �z °O Xt O co O O 8. c� cn I N 22 21 N 20 19 18 17 1. 01 ' 62i �O o 23 = w o 70 w � ° O I m �n o 0 n w _55.67 N81 _ sC )2 p r^ ID m �S- � Z 00, 15 27"W o A 13 Z ® � / / '� N85 27 02" E 51. 75' \ _ H 47.34' : 0,� 56.68 N78 35'43" � \ LJ.I 140. L8 68 n �-6i � � 96.35' � 97.06 � � W 93 g, L5 N80° 49'-'W - �Nl8 p1 39"E \ W w 56 93� 66 ,8 O"#' � •� �E/ 98. 43 9 gg, 06 2 o0 00 133•�// N11°pA'31 N L7 //�(q°910A' w �LjSs w �, W G N co 13 � N N w uJ N�3/ / �, N Cy �0'' � 'o cr) N 6 N Xt `� 0 O 6'� -- w N W O C.i Cn O N 6� 0? CO N W W 64. A 2' N81 ° 38' „ N o c0 109. 46 to 19' 26 E �� 56 2 , W N - �- N89° 39' 10"W - - - 1148 - -Z 50.40' 39' 10"W 1083.96' �-- o o 19.17 w O 93.71' 93.96' 92. 77' _N89° 109. 46'VARIES o 106.57' 106.89' 111.84' 4' S• 84' o i '�' 128.50' 92.40' - 100.95' 94.69' 93.07' 112.55' 108.72' 106.89' 111.85' 101.99' \- (N89° 39' 10"W 2554.77' R4) \ � �� f� , � ] 3 4 FD 1" I P OPEN DN. 0.5' \ FlJ\ll� I Zf �. � /\ J` 95 RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY �r�r� NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS POINT ON LYL LINE OF R3 � 1 r 2 & R4 �rr� ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT SHEET TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 (S 64°10'07" E 137.86' R4) (N 64010'00" W 137.86' R2) L2 (N 71°51'24" E 60.57' R4) (N 71051'21" E 60.57' R2) L3 (N 47054'03" E 206.41' R4) (N 47054'00" E 206.41' R2) L4 (N 74040'31" E 84.91' R4) (N 74040'28" E 84.91' R2) L5 (N 89042'02" E 162.15' 134) (N 89041'59" E 162.15' R2) L6 (N 63056'09" E 113.99' 134) (N 63056'06" E 113.99' 132) L7 (N 84027'29" E 144.82' R4) (N 84027'26" E 144.82' 132) L8 (N 84027'27" E 49.09' 134) (N 84027'24" E 49.09' 133) L9 (S 84012'25" E 129.22' 134) (N 84012'28" W 129.22' 133) L10 (N 83031'26" E 386.16' 134) (N 83031'23" E 386.16' 133) Lll (N 57040'49" E 87.87' 134) (N 57040'46" E 87.87' R3) L12 (N 72009'33" E 161.36' R4) (N 72009'30" E 161.36' R3) L13 (N 81026'12" E 356.89' 134) (N 81026'09" E 356.89' 133) L14 (S 89°59'57" E 283.29' 134) (N 90000'00" W 283.29' R3) L15 (S 83050'13" E 159.06' R4) (N 83050'16" W 159.06' 133) L16 (N 61056'25" E 264.03' R4) (N 61056'22" E 264.03' R3) L17 (N 51006'12" E 146.91' R4) (N 51006'09" E 146.91' 133) L18 (N 40050'09" E 160.77' 134) (N 40050'06" E 160.77' 133) L19 (N 45027'37" E 97.37' 134) (N 45027'34" E 97.37' 133) L20 (N 55057'04" E 292.00' 134) (N 55057'01" E 292.00' 133) L21 (N 71033'59" E 183.58' 134) (N 71033'56" E 183.58' 133) L22 (N 10059'51" W 41.74' R4) (N 10059'54" W 41.74' R3) L23 (N 46017'13" W 70.83' R4) (N 46017'16" W 70.83' 133) L24 (N 30010'20" E 129.03' R4) (N 30010'17" E 129.03' R3) L25 (N 41058'20" W 153.10' R4) (N 41058'23" W 153.10' R3) L26 (N 68029'22" E 150.04' R4) (N 68029'19" E 150.04' R3) L27 (N 49018'15" W 61.50' 134) (N 49018'18" W 61.50' 133) L28 (N 27042'29" W 157.42' R4) (N 27042'32" W 157.42' R3) L29 (N 3009'15" E 69.52' R4) (N 3009'12" E 69.52' R3) L30 (N 31008'52" E 146.57' R4) (N 31008'49" E 146.57' R3) L31 (N 59053'24" E 91.23' R4) (N 59053'21" E 91.23' R3) L32 (S 80011'49" E 146.69' R4) (N 80011'52" W 146.69' R3) L33 (S 24°16'03" E 163.27' R4) (N 24°16'06" W 163.27' 133) L34 (S 40°55'25" E 372.57' R4) (N 40055'28" W 372.57' R3) L35 (S 22046'27" E 193.68' R4) (N 22°46'30" W 193.68' R3 L36 (S 0°50'29" E 260.95' R4) (N 0°50'32" W 260.95' 133) L37 (S 8011'57" W 112.76' R4) (N 8011'54" E 112.76' R3) L38 (S 25031'21" W 112.71' 134) (N 25031'18" E 112.71' R3) L39 (S 37018'50" W 85.50' 134) (N 37018'47" E 85.50' R3) L40 (S 5°40'51" E 142.81' R4) (N 5040'54" W 142.81' 133) L41 (S 89010'18" E 85.47' R4) (N 89°10'21" W 85.47' R3) L42 (N 60°44'02" E 96.06' R4) (N 60°43'59" E 96.06' R3) L43 (S 89026'27" E 338.54' R4) (N 89°26'30" W 338.53' R3) L44 (N 0°33'48" E 30.00' R4) (N 0033'47" E 30.00' 132) ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT NOTES IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA uj J � a 1. THIS PROPERTY IS LOCATED WITHIN 30 W' J MILES OF MOUNT PALOMAR OBSERVATORY. ALL PROPOSED OUTDOOR LIGHTING SYSTEMS TRACT MAP NO,, 3 7341-12 � C7 J�-I SHALL COMPLY WITH THE UAL IFORNIA ~ a INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PALOMAR OBSERVATORY RECOMMENDATIONS, ORDINANCE NO. 655. 2. THIS PROJECT IS WITHIN A LIQUEFACTION HAZARD ZONE. � 7 = � a 20 J BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 13 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, °a N IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, J RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. n � J L45--V- L5 (N89° 39' 10"W 5282, 95' R4)-V (N89° 39' 12"W 5282,87' R2 & R3) DETAIL "A " APRIL 2019 N.T.S. 10 CITY LIMIT \ NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L55 (N 38°15'21" E 663.57' 134) LINE - (N 38°15'24" E 663.55' R1) 1 1 L45 (S 89039'10" E 319.78' 134) (N 38°15'19" E 663.55' R2) I IN 89°39'12" W 319 80' R2► L56 (N 38015�21" E 655.50� R4) -5N L32 RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET (N88° 29' 38" E 5296.39' R4) (N88° 29' 37" E 5296.39' R2 & 133) CONTINUED TABLE DATA (N 38 15 19 E 655.48 R2) MURRIETTA HOT I L46 ( N 0°21 ' 22" E 265.43' R4) L57 (N 0° 33' 48" E 485.01' R4) o --R\r A Ob PRINGS ROAD J (N 0020' 58" E 265.41 ' R2 ) (N 00 33' 47" E 485.01' R2) � "s I N -\] I L47 (S 89°26'26" E 126.20' R4) L58 (N 89°39�10 W 55.00� R4) N M - - (N 89 39 12 W 55.00 R2 & R3) � - (N 89 ° 26' 26" W 126.19' R2 ) L59 (N 890 39' 10" W 601.73' R4) �� ���' _ T T-S L48 (N 0°33'34" E 76.01 ' R4) (N 89° 39'12" W 601.61' R2)`p�=`��;�A, o ( N 0°33'34" E 76.01 ' R2) (N 89° 39'12" W 601. 50' PM 14/93-94) �s o� (; w NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC(nCj �� L�L49 (N 48°26'50" W 30.47' R4)�a'ww N 48 ° 25' S0" W 30.48' R2 ) C1 (23° 23' 23" 1600.00' 653.17' R4) v �L23 s � t'� L50 (N 36044' 32" E 122.41 ' 134) (23° 23' 33" 1600. 00' 653. 24' R1 & R2) 1 �L22 U; N 36 °44' 30" E 122.39' R2 ► C2 (2° 08' 52" 1600. 00' 59.98' R4) L2 ' Vz I A_o (/) °�' ' ' & R2) ozRORIPAUGH L51 N 89°26'26" W 500.00' R41 �r Z VALLEY" C3 (352421600.00992.60 R4) L52 N 003348E 1610.00R4) (35°3246" 1600. 00' 992.63' R1 & R2)OAD (N 034 04"E 1610.00' R1) J o - 8 L53 IN 38015'21" E 82.30' R4) '�16 IN 38015'18"E 82.30' R2) IR2 o 66. l / L54 (N 0033'48" E 150.19' R4) �� �'j�� /��� v� r�6• (N 0 33'47"E 150.19' R2 8 R3) �12 113 ��4� L15 o L41 oo L8 Lg rG Aclr Flo. 37 34� _3 L53 Ln ` 4 i 6r/ �``'R`�o� Vic, 465.13' � R 3;, E l� / 0 N� 5 �� ��h� �� 651 l36 RZl 1 Q ° e p p cl N53°53'32Q�R D 4 � h. / �---/� �� f �S 7n acir Flo° y ���� m �,� z hd cry o, L� 11 v L7 Lf� C« �7 El- L� 55' - 55'= LIVLI - �G3La�� m z NO. �I oMo M -�- zz�o?o FD 1"IP W/PP "FRANK & LAURA RICE 28029 /j \ 97 Q Q 97 03�77 6�3C� 6 - DN. 0.5 , NO REFERENCE - V) (422. 01' R4 H o / - I ACCEPTED AS POINT - V� N89° 26' 26"W) L ON S'LY LINE OF L49- L�J SEE DETAIL "A " 20 t 29 N8(422 ° 260' "2 L48 7 H0. �37 341== z R3 & R4,� _L'URIC L47 FD 8"X8" STONE - _ SOMMERS BEND= - MON. --- - „ FD 1 IP OPEN DN. 0.5 (75.81' I L59 J MK'D "P 17" ON STY p NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED G3 Q3�13C� o POINT ON SLY LINE OF R3 & AS R4 TRACT MAP NO. 37341-12 (75. 84' R2 L45- SIDE UP 1.2' PER R2, R3 & R4 g S 8 e S 40 (625.52' R4) 625.59R2 & R3 (878.58' R4) � (878.53' - - - - - - I - � _ _ _ - (5227.95' 134) R2 & R3) (5227.88' R2 & 133) l _/ pAR 1 1 RANCHO PAUBA � 2 BIOUNDARY (N89° 39' 10'W 5282.95' R4) pr1f� z1 3 (N89° 39' 12"W 5282.87' R2 I & R3) \ � / �l�ll.0 1 ' -FAR pJ�JI� 15r3� , _p, � �J�ll� 1 �7� �r1;�, 12 pJ�J1J 1 / 3- )� �r1;� 1 1 �r�;� r' �r�r� / �r�r� ° 3- )5 93-3--3 ) 57-5�3 �, )��71 l� ' PJII= I� a 6, m o m >_ oa o =� U z z=) ao 12 [ifm L� j 1 M \ \ C � " .7 (N p co L� 11 N M � N 1 o z J on- u M c.fl N \ YJ M N\ � Z � SHEET 1 OF 1 SHEETS SURVEYOR'S NOTES 1. INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. 2. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 3. INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37341-11 MB 2_ 4. O INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. 5. 0 INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37341-11 MB L 6. ALL MONUMENTS SET ARE PER RIVERSIDE COUNTY ORDINANCE 461.21. 7. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 17.510 ACRES GROSS. 8. DRAINAGE EASEMENTS SHALL BE KEPT FREE OF BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTIONS. 9. ALL MONUMENTS SHOWN AS SET SHALL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MONUMENTATION AGREEMENT FOR THIS MAP. 10. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 24 LOTS. 11. INDICATES SUBDIVISION BOUNDARY. 12. RAD INDICATES RADIAL BEARING. 13. R1 INDICATES RECORD PER PER RS 143/82-89. 14. R2 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 342/73-85. 15. R3 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 401/89-96. 16. R4 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37368 MB 468/89-98. 17. R5 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37341-11 MB /_ 18. ALL LOT CORNERS OF THIS MAP WILL BE MONUMENTED BY A 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED "LS 8805", FLUSH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 19. C.C. 8 R's, RECORDED---------------- AS INST. NO 20. ///// INDICATES RESTRICTED ACCESS. ❑X MONUMENT LOG 1 FD 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", S.E. CORNER SECTION 20 PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 2 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH, "LS 7891", IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. 8 SOUTH LOOP RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 3 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, DN. 0.1' 4 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD 8 NORTH LOOP ROAD 8 NICHOLAS RD. PER R1 8 R4. 5 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", E.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 6 FD. 3/4" IP W/TAG "LS 4251" PER PMB 95/71-72, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. 7 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD p STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, DN. 0.1'. C) 8 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. AND RORIPAUGH VALLEY RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 9 FD. 2" IP W/TAG "LS 3483" N.W. CORNER SECTION 21. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 10 FD. 2 1/4" BRASS CAP ON TOP OF 2 1/4" IP ON CONCRETE, STAMPED N.E. CORNER w SECTION 21, PER RS 100/52-57, RS 87/28-34, J R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.1'. o 11 FD STONE MON. W/"P-16" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE W/TACK FOR S.E. CORNER SECTION 21 PER R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.5'. 12 FD 6"X6" STONE MON. W/"P-15" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE NO TACK , E'LY 1/4 CORNER o SECTION 21 PER RS 100/52-57, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. BOOK T PAGE TOTAL NUMBERED LOTS: 22 TOTAL LETTERED LOTS: 1 TOTAL NET AREA: 11.865 ACRES TOTAL GROSS AREA: 14.745 ACRES OWNER'S STATEMENT WE HEREBY STATE THAT WE ARE THE OWNERS OF THE LAND INCLUDED WITHIN THE SUBDIVISION SHOWN HEREON; THAT WE ARE THE ONLY PERSONS WHOSE CONSENT IS NECESSARY TO PASS A CLEAR TITLE TO SAID LAND; THAT WE CONSENT TO THE MAKING AND RECORDING OF THIS SUBDIVISION MAP AS SHOWN WITHIN THE DISTINCTIVE BORDER LINE. WE HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: LOT "A" FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES AS SHOWN HEREON. WE ALSO HEREBY DEDICATE ABUTTERS RIGHTS OF ACCESS ALONG SOMMERS BEND TO THE PUBLIC. THE OWNER OF LOTS 20 AND 21 ABUTTING THIS HIGHWAY AND DURING SUCH TIME WILL HAVE NO RIGHTS OF ACCESS EXCEPT THE GENERAL EASEMENT OF TRAVEL. ANY CHANGE OF ALIGNMENT OR WIDTH THAT RESULTS IN THE VACATION THEREOF SHALL TERMINATE THIS DEDICATION AS TO THE PART VACATED. WE ALSO HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT LYING WITHIN LOTS 1 THROUGH 18, INCLUSIVE, LOT 20 AND LOT 21 AS SHOWN HEREON. THE DEDICATION IS FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES. WE ALSO HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC DRAINAGE PURPOSES AS SHOWN HEREON WITHIN LOT 21. WE HEREBY RETAIN LOT "A" INDICATED AS "PRIVATE STREET" FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-13 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 14 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY NOTARY ACKNOWLEDGMENT A NOTARY PUBLIC OR OTHER OFFICER COMPLETING THIS CERTIFICATE VERIFIES ONLY THE IDENTITY OF THE INDIVIDUAL WHO SIGNED THE DOCUMENT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE IS ATTACHED, AND NOT THE TRUTHFULNESS, ACCURACY, OR VALIDITY OF THE DOCUMENT. STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF ON BEFORE ME, NOTARY PUBLIC PERSONALLY APPEARED APRIL 2019 TAX BOND CERTIFICATE I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT A BOND IN THE SUM OF $ HAS BEEN EXECUTED AND FILED WITH THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA, CONDITIONED UPON THE PAYMENT OF ALL TAXES, STATE, COUNTY, MUNICIPAL OR LOCAL, AND ALL SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES, WHICH AT THE TIME OF FILING OF THIS MAP WITH THE COUNTY RECORDER ARE A LIEN AGAINST SAID PROPERTY, BUT NOT YET PAYABLE, AND SAID BOND HAS BEEN DULY APPROVED BY SAID BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. DATE: A CASH BOND WHO PROVED TO ME ON THE BASIS OF SATISFACTORY EVIDENCE TO BE THE PERSON(S) WHOSE NAME(S) IS/ARE SUBSCRIBED TO THE WITHIN INSTRUMENT AND ACKNOWLEDGED TO ME THAT HE/SHE/THEY EXECUTED THE SAME IN HIS/HER/THEIR AUTHORIZED CAPACITY(IES), AND THAT BY HIS/HER/THEIR SIGNATURE(S) ON THE INSTRUMENT THE PERSON(S), OR THE ENTITY UPON BEHALF OF WHICH THE PERSON(S) ACTED, EXECUTED THE INSTRUMENT. I CERTIFY UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA THAT THE FOREGOING PARAGRAPH IS TRUE AND CORRECT. WITNESS MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN LOT 21 INDICATED AS "OPEN SPACE" FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, SIGNATURE ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN LOT 19 AND LOT 20 INDICATED AS "LANDSCAPE" FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE SLOPE & LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE EASEMENT AS SHOWN HEREON WITHIN LOTS 1 THROUGH 14 FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. THE REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED BELOW IS DEDICATED AS AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: TO EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT ("DISTRICT''), A PUBLIC AGENCY ORGANIZED AND EXISTING UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT LAW OF 1911, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, A PERPETUAL EASEMENT AND RIGHT OF WAY TO CONSTRUCT, MAINTAIN, ENLARGE, RECONSTRUCT, REMOVE AND REPLACE, OPERATE, INSPECT, REPAIR, IMPROVE AND RELOCATE SEWER, WATER, AND RECYCLED WATER FACILITIES, ALL AS SHOWN ON THIS MAP WITHIN THE SUBDIVISION AND DESIGNATED "SEWER, WATER, AND RECYCLED WATER EASEMENT" HEREON, TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF ACCESS TO AND FROM SAID EASEMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF EXERCISING THE RIGHTS GRANTED IN SAID EASEMENT. OWNER RETAINS THE RIGHT TO USE THE EASEMENT AREA PROVIDED THAT OWNER SHALL NOT CONSTRUCT OR ERECT BUILDINGS, MASONRY WALLS, MASONRY FENCES AND OTHER STRUCTURES OR IMPROVEMENTS, OR PLANT OR GROW TREES OR SHRUBS, OR CHANGE THE SURFACE GRADE OR INSTALL PRIVATELY -OWNED PIPELINES WITHOUT THE PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT OF DISTRICT. OWNER: WOODS I DE 05S, LP, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP BY- NAME: CHRIS CHAMBERS TITLE: VICE PRESIDENT, WDS GP, INC. A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION AS GENERAL PARTNER NAME: NOTARY PUBLIC IN AND FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE PRINCIPAL COUNTY OF BUSINESS: COMMISSION EXPIRES: COMMISSION # OF NOTARY: CITY CLERK'S STATEMENT THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, BY ITS CITY CLERK, RANDI JOHL, HEREBY APPROVES THE TRACT MAP AND ACCEPTS THE OFFER OF DEDICATION OF LOT "A" MADE HEREON FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY AND SERVICE VEHICLES. WE ALSO HEREBY ACCEPT THE DEDICATION OF ABUTTERS RIGHTS OF ACCESS ALONG SOMMERS BEND AS DEDICATED. JON CHRISTENSEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR 20—. TAX COLLECTOR'S CERTIFICATE SHEET 1 OF 7 SHEETS RECORDER'S STATEMENT FILED THIS DAY OF , 20- AT .M IN BOOK OF MAPS, AT PAGES AT THE REQUEST OF THE CITY CLERK OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA. NO. FEE: PETER ALDANA, ASSESSOR -COUNTY CLERK -RECORDER DEPUTY SUBDIVISION GUARANTEE: FIRST AMERICAN TITLE COMPANY SURVEYOR'S STATEMENT THIS MAP WAS PREPARED BY ME OR UNDER MY DIRECTION AND IS BASED UPON A FIELD SURVEY IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT AND LOCAL ORDINANCE AT THE REQUEST OF WOODSIDE 05S, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP IN JANUARY 2018. 1 HEREBY STATE THAT ALL DEPUTY MONUMENTS ARE OF THE CHARACTER AND OCCUPY THE POSITIONS INDICATED OR THAT THEY WILL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS OF THE MONUMENT AGREEMENT FOR THE MAP AND THAT THE MONUMENTS ARE, OR WILL BE, SUFFICIENT TO ENABLE THE SURVEY TO BE RETRACED, AND THAT THIS FINAL MAP SUBSTANTIALLY CONFORMS TO THE CONDITIONALLY APPROVED TENTATIVE MAP. THIS SURVEY IS TRUE AND COMPLETE AS SHOWN. I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ACCORDING TO THE RECORDS OF THIS OFFICE, AS OF THIS DATE, THERE ARE NO LIENS AGAINST THE PROPERTY SHOWN ON THE WITHIN MAP FOR UNPAID STATE, COUNTY, MUNICIPAL, OR LOCAL TAXES, OR SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES, EXCEPT TAXES OR SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES NOW A LIEN BUT NOT YET PAYABLE, WHICH ARE ESTIMATED TO BE $ DATE: , 20. JON CHRISTENSEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR ME SIGNATURE OMISSIONS DATE: W I LL I AM ROHAL, L. S. 8805 DEPUTY CITY ENGINEER'S STATEMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION 66436 OF THE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT, THE SIGNATURES OF THE FOLLOWING OWNERS OF EASEMENTS AND/OR OTHER INTERESTS HAVE BEEN OMITTED: LAND SUS\ �\ \NM Roy F� v �� q<, \F CF. CA1-\F09 I HEREBY STATE THAT THIS MAP CONSISTING OF SEVEN (7) SHEETS HAS BEEN EXAMINED BY ME OR UNDER MY SUPERVISION AND FOUND TO BE SUBSTANTIALLY THE SAME AS IT APPEARED ON THE TENTATIVE MAP OF TRACT NO. 37341 AS FILED AND APPROVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ON JUNE 20, 2018, THE EXPIRATION DATE BEING JUNE 20, 2021. THAT ALL PROVISIONS OF APPLICABLE STATE LAW AND CITY REGULATIONS HAVE BEEN COMPLIED WITH, AND I AM SATISFIED THIS MAP IS TECHNICALLY CORRECT. AN EASEMENT IN FAVOR OF GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY DATED: OF CALIFORNIA FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES RECORDED DECEMBER 5, 1988 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 88-354239, O.R. CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD. 2020 WE ALSO HEREBY ACCEPT THE 3' PUBLIC UTILITY KRIS R. WINCHAK L.S. 6240 EASEMENT AS DEDICATED. EXP. 3-31-20 (AS DELEGATED) HEREBYWE ALSO ACCEPT THE DRAINAGE PURPOSESASDEDICATED. MENT FOR PUBLIC CITY OF TEMECULA EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT'S ACCEPTANCE STATEMENT DATED: 2020 I HEREBY STATE THAT THE EASEMENT DEDICATED ON THIS MAP TO THE EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT IS HEREBY ACCEPTED AND THE BY: DISTRICT CONSENTS TO THE RECORDATION THEREOF BY ITS DULY RANDI JOHL AUTHORIZED OFFICER. CITY CLERK, CITY OF TEMECULA DATE- SHEILA ZELAYA, BOARD SECRETARY OF THE EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS THEREOF SOILS REPORT PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 66490 OF THE STATE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT, A PRELIMINARY SOILS REPORT WAS PREPARED BY LEIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES, INC., REGISTERED IN THE STATE OF CA. PROJECT NO. 10967.108 ON JUNE 25, 2018, ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY ENGINEER, CITY OF TEMECLULA. FOR PATRICK A. THOMAS, CITY ENGINEER AND J^ - o �\ No. L.S. 6240 /zmt� 0� SECTION 21 TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SBM TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 (S 64°10'07" E 137.86' R4) (N 64010'00" W 137.86' 132) L2 (N 71°51'24" E 60.57' R4) (N 71051'21" E 60.57' R2) L3 (N 47054'03" E 206.41' R4) (N 47054'00" E 206.41' R2) L4 (N 74040'31" E 84.91' R4) (N 74040'28" E 84.91' R2) L5 (N 89042'02" E 162.15' 134) (N 89041'59" E 162.15' R2) L6 (N 63056'09" E 113.99' R4) (N 63056'06" E 113.99' 132) L7 (N 84027'29" E 144.82' 134) (N 84027'26" E 144.82' 132) L8 (N 84027'27" E 49.09' 134) (N 84027'24" E 49.09' 133) L9 (S 84012'25" E 129.22' 134) (N 84012'28" W 129.22' 133) L10 (N 83031'26" E 386.16' R4) (N 83031'23" E 386.16' 133) L11 (N 57040'49" E 87.87' 134) (N 57040'46" E 87.87' 133) L12 (N 72009'33" E 161.36' R4) (N 72009'30" E 161.36' R3) L13 (N 81026'12" E 356.89' 134) (N 81026'09" E 356.89' 133) L14 (S 89059'57" E 283.29' 134) (N 90000'00" W 283.29' 133) L15 (S 83050'13" E 159.06' R4) (N 83050'16" W 159.06' 133) L16 (N 61056'25" E 264.03' R4) (N 61056'22" E 264.03' R3) L17 (N 51006'12" E 146.91' R4) (N 51006'09" E 146.91' 133) L18 (N 40050'09" E 160.77' 134) (N 40050'06" E 160.77' 133) L19 (N 45027'37" E 97.37' 134) (N 45027'34" E 97.37' 133) L20 (N 55057'04" E 292.00' 134) (N 55057'01" E 292.00' 133) L21 (N 71033'59" E 183.58' 134) (N 71033'56" E 183.58' 133) L22 (N 10059'51" W 41.74' R4) (N 10°59'54" W 41.74' R3) L23 (N 46017'13" W 70.83' R4) (N 46017'16" W 70.83' 133) L24 (N 30010'20" E 129.03' R4) (N 30010'17" E 129.03' R3) L25 (N 41058'20" W 153.10' R4) (N 41058'23" W 153.10' R3) L26 (N 68029'22" E 150.04' R4) (N 68029'19" E 150.04' 133) L27 (N 49018'15" W 61.50' 134) (N 49018'18" W 61.50' R3) L28 (N 27042'29" W 157.42' R4) (N 27042'32" W 157.42' R3) L29 (N 3009'15" E 69.52' R4) (N 3009'12" E 69.52' R3) L30 (N 31008'52" E 146.57' R4) (N 31008'49" E 146.57' R3) L31 (N 59053'24" E 91.23' R4) (N 59053'21" E 91.23' R3) L32 (S 80011'49" E 146.69' R4) (N 80011'52" W 146.69' R3) L33 (S 24°16'03" E 163.27' R4) (N 24°16'06" W 163.27' 133) L34 (S 40°55'25" E 372.57' R4) (N 40055'28" W 372.57' R3) L35 (S 22046'27" E 193.68' R4) (N 22°46'30" W 193.68' R3 L36 (S 0°50'29" E 260.95' R4) (N 0°50'32" W 260.95' 133) L37 (S 8011'57" W 112.76' R4) (N 8011'54" E 112.76' R3) L38 (S 25031'21" W 112.71' 134) (N 25031'18" E 112.71' R3) L39 (S 37018'50" W 85.50' 134) (N 37018'47" E 85.50' R3) L40 (S 5°40'51" E 142.81' R4) (N 5040'54" W 142.81' 133) L41 (S 89010'18" E 85.47' R4) (N 89°10'21" W 85.47' R3) L42 (N 60°44'02" E 96.06' R4) (N 60°43'59" E 96.06' R3) L43 (S 89026'27" E 338.54' R4) (N 89°26'30" W 338.53' R3) L44 (N 0°33'48" E 30.00' R4) (N 0033'47" E 30.00' 132) e L45�� L 5 9 �(N89* 39' 10" W 5282.95' R4)-A- (N89° 39' 12"W co 5282.87' R2 & R3) DETAIL "A " N.T.S. APRIL 2019 NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP. 10 CITY LIMIT \ NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L55 (N 38°15'21" E 663.57' R4) LINE - (N 38°15'24" E 663.55' R1) 1 1 L45 (S 89039'10" E 319.78' 134) (N 38°15'19" E 663.55' 132) I (N 89°39'12" W 319.80' 132) L56 (N 38015'21" E 655.50' 134) (N 38° 15' 19" E 655.48' R2) L32 MURRIETTA HpT L46 ( N 0°21 ' 22" E 265.43' R4) L57 (N 00 33' 48" E 485.01' R4) o �r SPRINGS ROAD j (N 0° 33' 47" E 485.01' R2) "� °b I (N 0 20'S8" E 265.41' R2) =- - L58 (N 890 39' 10" W 55.00' R4) L47 (S 89°26'26" E 126.20' R4) (N 89°39'12" W 55.00' R2 & R3)Cj - - - - (N 89 ° 26' 26" W 126.19' R2 ) L59 (N 890 39' 10" W 601. 73' 134) Ira L48 (N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' 134) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.61' 132) / I A, o (N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' 132 ) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601. 50' PM 14/93-94) �; �, �1 I NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC- "' � �� LI) gL49 IN 48°26'50" W 30.47' R4) ____ __ _ �� r a'� w LLI �' w 1 �° p �? (N 48025' S0" W 30.48' R2 ) C1 (23° 23' 23" 1600. 00' 653.17' R4) v �L23 s � t'� C) L50 (N 36044' 32" E 122.41 ' R4) (23° 23' 33" 1600.00' 653. 24' R1 & R2) 21 �L22 U; ��� (N 36 °44' 30" E 122.39' R2 ) C2 (2° 08' 52" 1600.00' 59.98' 134) �" r o (/) - - - RORIPAUGH L51 (N 89 ° 26' 26" W 500 \ ° 0' ' ' 5992 R4) z & R2) j /r Z o C3 (35VALLEY I I .00' R41 0242„ 1600. 009. v Z \ ROAD L52 (N 0033'48" E 1610.00' R4) (35°3246" 1600.00' 992.63' R1 & R2) ��J ' (N 0°34'04"E 1610.00' R1) �� J O - 8 L53 IN 38015'21" E 82.30' R4) �I IN 38015;18"E 82.30' R2) �� l� o 28�,��� 66 / L54 (N 0 33 48" E 150.19' R4) 6 1 (N 0°33'47"E 150.19' R2 8 R3) L13 L14� L15 o �p L43 � �12�- - - �� -■/ o L41 \,R L5 I - �-�4mQC� Uhl 00 �4/ �N81°36'16"E 1 37 342 J �Ar/,ih�o 1 73 R4) 5 �cl) /7,�4�°ti tN81°36 ��0 _Cy5l3RZI Q�� N53°53'32Q�R D 4 h�hcb �•LQC�'T H 0 7QAC� H0° �s m Q \ \.r� � o z < 1 „ 11 o 20 I �� i \ �o ® �� ��� \��\ �o L� v L7 Lf� (10 « �7 L� 55' - 55'= BUTTERFIELD STAGE ROAD �7 M 20 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-13 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 14 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET (N88° 29' 38" E 5296.39' R4) (N88° 29' 37" E 5296.39' R2 & 133) CONTINUED TABLE DATA I D VG3Q(r, 'ff I HOO ® I 377 �C� o I I m Z 110 LI iQ�� 11Vo® � w N TJI�oMo zz�� FD 1 IP W/PP 'FRANK `1 Z G Q C� H0. 37734e3�3� o & LAURA RCE 28029 /j \ \ cF Q Q � 97 0)� �� no - DN. 0.5, NO REFERENCE - � V) (422.01' R4 H o / o I ACCEPTED AS POINT - V� N89° 26' 26"W) L ON S'LY LINE OF QN L49- L � L�J SEE DETAIL "A " 29 (422.00' R2 L48 \URIC 7 H0. 37 3141=�z R3 & R4,� N89° 26' 26"W) _ - - L51 _- _�i/ Fl o S e - L47 SOMMERS BEND - FD 1" IP OPEN DN. 0.5 FD 8 %8 STONE MON.AS (75. 81 R4) L59 MKT "P17" ON STY POINT NOREFERENCEES LREN INEAOFER3 E& R4 �� �� e (75. 84' R2 & R3) SIDE UP 1.2 PER TRACT MAP NO. 37341-13 L45 R2, R3 & R4 (625.52' R4) (878.58' R4) 6 IN o � 0 625.59R2 & R3)� (878.53' R2 & R3) (5227.95' 134) (5227.88' R2 & R3) PAR_ RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY (N89° 39' 10"W 5282.95' R4) (N89° 39' 12"W 5282.87' R2 & R3) PJ\ll.1 ' �I�JJ� J 3� P1�Jl= 1 _J/ Fr1R , 12 P1mJ 1 ' / ) - 95 PAR 1 1 PA;R , P111J Pr1R / Pr1f� SHEET 2 OF 7 SHEETS SURVEYOR'S NOTES 1. INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. 2. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 3. INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37341-12 MB / - 8 TRACT MAP 37341-14 MB / - AS NOTED. 8 TRACT MAP 37341-15 MB-/-- - , AS NOTED. 4. p INDICATES SET 1"IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH 5. ALL MONUMENTS SET ARE PER RIVERSIDE COUNTY ORDINANCE 461.21. 6. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 14.745 ACRES GROSS. 7. DRAINAGE EASEMENTS SHALL BE KEPT FREE OF BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTIONS. 8. ALL MONUMENTS SHOWN AS SET SHALL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MONUMENTATION AGREEMENT FOR THIS MAP. 9. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 22 LOTS. 10. - INDICATES SUBDIVISION BOUNDARY. 11. RAD INDICATES RADIAL BEARING. 12. R1 INDICATES RECORD PER PER RS 143/82-89. 13. R2 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 342/73-85. 14. R3 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 401/89-96. 15. R4 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37368 MB 468/89-98. 16. R5 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37341-12 MB / 17. R6 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37341-14 MB / ------------ 18. R7 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37341-15 MB / 19. ALL LOT CORNERS OF THIS MAP WILL BE MONUMENTED BY A 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED "LS 8805", FLUSH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 20. C.C. 8 R's,RECORDED----------------AS INST. NO.-------- - 21. ///// INDICATES RESTRICTED ACCESS. ❑x MONUMENT LOG 1 FD 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", S.E. CORNER SECTION 20 PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 2 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH, "LS 7891", IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. 8 SOUTH LOOP RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 3 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 81 R4, DN. 0.1' 4 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD 8 NORTH LOOP ROAD 8 NICHOLAS RD. PER R1 8 R4. 5 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", E.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 6 FD. 3/4" IP W/TAG "LS 4251" PER PMB 95/71-72, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. 7 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD p STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, DN. 0.1'. C) 8 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. AND RORIPAUGH VALLEY RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 9 FD. 2" IP W/TAG "LS 3483" N.W. CORNER SECTION 21. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 10 FD. 2 1/4" BRASS CAP ON TOP OF 2 1/4" IP ON CONCRETE, STAMPED N.E. CORNER SECTION 21, PER RS 100/52-57, RS 87/28-34, J R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.1'. o V) 11 FD STONE MON. W/"P-16" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE W/TACK FOR S.E. CORNER SECTION 21 PER R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.5'. 12 FD 6"X6" STONE MON. W/"P-15" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE NO TACK , E'LY 1/4 CORNER o SECTION 21 PER RS 100/52-57, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. AULD RDo f MURRIETq HOT SPRINGS RD S/TE QoJ R� NiCO�pS cn Co CANTRELL RD m rn LA SERENA v 15 WAY v MARGARITA �0 RD Ol 9� 9� MEADOWS PKWY oc LC)u 00 a .I- c VICINITY MAP N.T.S. IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-13 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 14 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT NOTE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINTS SHEET AFFECTING THIS MAP IS ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE OF THE CITY ENGINEER, CITY OF TEMECULA, IN E.C.S. BOOK , PAGE . THIS AFFECTS ALL LOTS. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY BOUNDARY MAP TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH APRIL 2019 NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC L1 (N 05041'51" W 70.00' 134) C1 (14010'30" 710.00' 175.65' R4) L2 (N 00008'57" E 226.19' 134) C2 (29044'28" 790.00' 410.07' R4) L3 (N 00033'48" E 30.00' 134) C3 (32059'24" 710.00' 408.81' R4) L4 (N 89039'10" W 319.78' R4) C4 (17059'00" 790.00' 247.96' R4) L5 (N 89026'26" W 126.20' R4) C5 (5051'03" 790.00' 80.67' R4) L6 (N 00059'25" E 2. 00' 134) C6 (14010'30" 750.00' 185.55' R4) L7 (N 75°15'56" W 50.01' 134) C7 (29044'28" 750.00' 389.31' R4) L8 (N 74059'36" E 129.20' 134) C8 (32059'24" 750.00' 431.84' R4) L9 (N 72001'00" W 50.00' 134) C9 (17059'00" 750.00' 235.40' R4) L10 (N 90000'00" E 190.00' 134) C10 ( 5051'03" 750.00' 76.59' R4) L11 (N 0021'36" E 2636.10' 134) (N 0021'34" E 2636.07' R2 a 133) L12 (N 0033'48" E 150.19' 134) (N 0033'47" E 150.19' R2 a 133) I Ho® 37 34�-�o 55' (N89026' 26"W 422.01' 134) (N89° 26' 26"W 422.00' 132) - (N89° 26' 26"W 500.00' 134) 7G �3LaC 7 HO. L5 -� w 0 al as 3=2 C= N WI J LS M N Z ZI L4 I I [rV(] M. q� C� no / " aN " A6 71RQC 7 MOO ® Sal �366�=�6 `° S� W I SHEET 3 OF 7 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. SURVEYOR'S NOTES THE BASIS OF BEARINGS FOR THIS SURVEY IS THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM, NAD 83 (NSRS 2011) EPOCH 2O10.00, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, ZONE 6 , AS DETERMINED LOCALLY BY A TIE BETWEEN CONTINUOUSLY OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS) "P477", "BILL" AND "PMOB" AS SHOWN HEREON. (I.E. N 2805323" E) DISTANCES SHOWN HEREON ARE GROUND DISTANCES. GRID DISTANCES MAY BE OBTAINED BY MULTIPLYING GROUND DISTANCES BY 0.999901821, AVERAGE ELEVATION ABOVE MEAN SEA LEVEL = 1354. LEGEND INDICATES BOUNDARY - INDICATES CENTER LINE INDICATES LOT LINE INDICATES EXISTING LOT LINE INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH TO BE SET PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 0 INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. INDICATES CONTINUOUS OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS, AS NOTED). CORS STATION "BILL" N 2154995.0380� E 6313564.1750 N88° 29' 38" E � � � 5295.87' (GRID) 10 j lG �pl �SOM� RS BE _ _ - - g N88 29 38� E �6 M _ R4) _ D 6 5296.39 ND _ C6 _ _, 8 C8 �9 -(N84° 08' 57"E 606.66 _ _ _ `�(N88 29 37 E 0. Cl C7 C3 _ C9 - L10 C10 504 19 R4) _ - _ - - C, (N84 08 57 E �O �� 5296.39 �a �- 49 LOT A DTAYBROTOK TERRACE R2 & R3) wN ui C2 ti Cq L10 C5 L1 I FD 8"X8" STONE MON. o MK'D T17"ON STY SIDE UP 1.2' PER R2, R3 & R4 (546.73' 134) 55' 1 F A I l ^ RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY 93- 9 J -pNjFil 1 53-,/ - - - - 9 TRACT MAP NO. 37341-13 (N890 39' 10"W 2673.18' ; R4) (NO° 33' 34" E 76.01' R4) (NO° 33' 34"E 76.01' R2) LOT A DETAIL 'A' �(N00°33'34"E 1 . 0 1 ' R4) SOMMERS BEND L6 Cl I ENO° 33' 34" E RAD A O RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY -00 28' 03.697" 22 I �� 120 �� Q� Lo(.0 J 4R 377134� I o mJ�� 12 CV 2 � P'/�T-� , 1 1 FN1f7i, 14/93-95 CONVERGENCE ANGLE AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION 21 SCALE: 1" = 200' 200 0 200 400 co N89° 26' 12"W 55.00,A 9 N "' BUTTERFIELD L12 , s`�6�`s? STAGE ROAD �?DO 121 ��� 11 8p6 � �B CO. �� CORS STATION "PMOB" \ N 2074153.1260�� r E 6375547.4700 nj � O� I �w �1, 0Q 93a2p,ap' l °13,32W BASIS OF BEARINGS DETAIL S STATION "P477" 127663.6770 298482.8020 N.T.S. 0 Lo N co 0 00 N z SCALE: 1" = 200' 200 0 260 400 __j IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-13 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 14 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY SHEET INDEX MAP I 'rINAC 'r H00 ® 37 30 o HIP ko o / @ 6 o0 I 7rLQcc, 7 I I Q Q w J W U Z f "LAN SOCAPE--- 7RAC7 GAO. G�C3 342/ 77 3=8 a 12 APRIL 2019 UIRaC"T H0 ® �� ��� ��� I I o I I 'TaATT � I I UIRAC U M0 ® Sal 34� =fig \ —_\ SOMMERSS BEND _--�-- -- - - 211AYBROO OPEN SPACE 17 22 7 'OPEN SPACE' FAIR, J 7 1 Pi S REEl D K T ERRA�F - P � � 14 n15 12 13 10 16- 6 _PAJR , 2 ----9 _pAJR, % I FA.R, J j`J- 9 / 8 _ - - - - - - LOT ADAYBROOK TERRACE --- LOT "A" - - - 2 1 2�3 22 I 2� 120 n� �B � �T 3 5 ] 7 6 5 '�4R I�377�3��=U FAJF� , 12 ' FAF� , J J SHEET 4 OF 7 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. SURVEYOR'S NOTES THE BASIS OF BEARINGS FOR THIS SURVEY IS THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM, NAD 83 (NSRS 2011) EPOCH 2O10.00, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, ZONE 6 , AS DETERMINED LOCALLY BY A TIE BETWEEN CONTINUOUSLY OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS) "P477", "BILL" AND "PMOB" AS SHOWN HEREON. (I.E. N 2805323" E) DISTANCES SHOWN HEREON ARE GROUND DISTANCES. GRID DISTANCES MAY BE OBTAINED BY MULTIPLYING GROUND DISTANCES BY 0.999901821, AVERAGE ELEVATION ABOVE MEAN SEA LEVEL = 1354. LEGEND INDICATES BOUNDARY INDICATES CENTER LINE INDICATES LOT LINE INDICATES EXISTING EASEMENT LINE INDICATES RESTRICTED ACCESS RIGHTS OINDICATES SHEET NO. EASEMENT NOTES 1 AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA RECORDED DECEMBER 5, 1988 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 88-354239, O.R. CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD. 2 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT DEDICATED HEREON. 3 AN EASEMENT WITHIN LOTS 1 THROUGH 19, INCLUSIVE AND LOT 22 FOR PUBLIC ACCESS PURPOSES PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 4 MULTI -USE TRAIL EASEMENT AND FUEL MODIFICATION EASEMENT WITHIN LOTS 1 THROUGH 19, INCLUSIVE AND LOT 22 PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 5 STORM DRAIN EASEMENT WITHIN LOT 21 AND LOT 22 FOR CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF FLOOD CONTRO FACILITIES PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 6 PRIVATE SLOPE & LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE EASEMENT TO THE HOA (WIDTH VARIES) WITHIN LOTS 1 THROUGH 14, INCLUSIVE. 7 PUBLIC DRAINAGE EASEMENT WITH LOT 21 DEDICATED HEREON. 8 AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES DEDICATED HEREON. 9 AN EASEMENT DEDICATED TO EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT FOR SEWER AND WATER PURPOSES WITHIN LOT "A". IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-13 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 14 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY CURVE TABLE NAME DELTA RADIUS -------- Cl (17059'00" 790.00' C2 (5051'03" 790.00' SCALE: l" = 50' C3 5 ° 51 ' 03" 836.00' C4 17059'00" 836.00' C5 17059'00" 810.00' 50 50 100 C6 5051'03" 810.00' C7 5051'03" 860.00' C8 17059'00" 860.00' C9 5011'05" 860.00' C10 0039'44" 860.00' C11 3035'34" 860.00' C12 7031'42" 860.00' C13 (17059'00" 750.00' C14 (5051'03" 750.00' C15 (17059'00" 713.00' C16 ( 5051'03" 713.00' 7] Y- C15 C13 O m �M M r Z 13 APRIL 2019 0.10 SHEET 5 OF 7 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. 247.96' R4) LINE TABLE 80.67' R4) 85.37' NAME DIRECTION LENGTH 262.39' ------------------------------ 254.23 L1 IN 05041'51" W 70.00' R4) 82.71' L2 N 38014'36" W 4.83' 87.82' L3 N 55012' 10" W 2.64' 269.93' L4 N 72042'06" W 40.78' 77.82' L5 N 31041'48" W 8.34' o 10.00, L6 N 87019'10" W 111.68' 53.93' 113.00' OLEA WAY 235.40' R4) 7.59' R4) 223.79' R4) 72.81' R4) n \ 3 o I I � I � I nrn I a to _ 606.66' R4) (N84° 08' 57" E - � to 606.66, R4) - ------- Io (N90° 00' 00" E 190.00' R4) C16 I, (N84'° OS� - - 4) PER TRACT o I I � � - 37341-15 M o I I � �� - SOMMERS BEN 606.66' R4) 01 - �� C1_ T (N84° 08' 57�� E - 20.0 190.00' R4) A 504.19 - - - - - I _ _ - - (102. 52R5) � PER TRACT N 31341-12 - 606.66' I'� 1.454 ACRES -N84° 08' 57" E- - - - PER TRACT o o- - - Cl (N90° 00' 00" E 190. 00' R4) 1 �� C2 -� �,9PE I SPACE" - - - - 504.13' 37341-12 . o 0 02. 59 R5) LOT 606.66' (102-66 N90° 00' 00" E 190 00' _C6- - - A AN84° 08' 57- 61 �- - - - - of of i M 49.67' 90° 00' 00" E -1- oI DAYBROOK TERRACE �C4 190° 00' 00" E 190. 00' "' C3 o _ PRIVATE' STREET o o C8 '--C12-- --C11- N90 00 00 E 190.00 C7 -Cg----46.50'- --70.00' ----120.00'--- L6 4.04' d 137.00' rn ro c N ti o Q 7 W v M 0 Z 133.44' N850 08' 22" E _ --- _ 129.40' 3.01' 0 134.37' 6 0 O 0 0 0 74.82' 55.55' Z N86° 10' 54'E N85° 33' 19"W 71.81' L5 rn c 131.94' RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY rn a 5 co K' 132.25' Z - - - N85° 00' 43" E - - w oLOT ..A.. - --120.00' N84° 08' 57" E 110.00'- W 504.0 606.66' 504.00' _ - - - - -105.00" z o o 3 `o v� Ln Ln Ln 4 o 0�. w M412p.a2' Ln w N890 39' 1011W o 140.12' 1632.45' (N89° 39' 10"W 2673.18' R4) FAR, 12 120.71 ' _ 70.80' N89° 22' 08" E 74.82' 0 co 1481.64' 110.65' 2 �``9.0g, N7 ° co ; �1�6218„W 105.62' --- L A 0 N Z 1 0 0 Ln 102.60' N84° 24' 15" E - 99.44' m WT 0 wLTI O 10 / O IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-13 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 14 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY APRIL 2019 1 LINE TABLE NAME DIRECTION LENGTH SCALE: 1° = 50' ---- ----------------- --------- L1 (N 72001'00" W 50.00' R4) L2 N 86014'28" W 19.13' 50 50 100 L3 N 38035'03" W 3.59' L4 N 81056'37" W 24.34' v12AC 'T ISO° 1177IsItT-T6 0 0 ABRONIA H] 0 �4 \ COURT �Lp \ I � o g I a _ (p=32° 5912411 R 787.00 \ L=453 R4) � o � (p=32° 59' 24� R=750.00'4R4 _ \ _ 36 41 ,� SOMMERS BEND _ ° 59' 24" R=710.00' _ - C14 0\\ 1N34° 5g 36� / o\ / (p 32 L 408.81' R4) LOT 21 _ _ "OPEN SPACE'- - 1.454 ACRES C1' �\ 12g,2C� R41 p=32° 59124 " R=690.00' L=397 SHEET 6 OF 7 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. CURVE TABLE NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC ---- Cl ----------- (17°59'00" -------- 790.00' -------- 247.96' 134) C2 (29044'28" 790.00' 410.07' 134) C3 15033'58" 836.00' 227.13' C4 17059'00" 836.00' 262.39' C5 15033'58" 810.00' 220.06' C6 17059'00" 810.00' 254.23 C7 17059'00" 860.00' 269.93' C8 15033'58" 860.00' 233.65' C9 3035'34" 860.00' 53.93' C10 6007'57" 640.00' 68.50' C11 3057'48" 860.00' 59.49' C12 (17059'00" 750.00' 235.40' 134) C13 (29044'28" 750.00' 389.31' 134) C14 (29044'28" 713.00' 370.10' 134) C15 (17059'00" 713.00' 223.79' 134) - - o lN1A° 5gI 36 6=32° 59' 24" R=664. 00' L=382. ' \ \ \ C' -� - M 2 -�a �, o'\ 8 9 DAYBROOK TERRACE �_ \ o \ \ \ of 15$ - ° R=640.00 o 5g� 36„E �(a� p=32 59 24- _ °_ L=368.50' SOT �A„ l�. 1 a \ Cl 0l / N� ° 5g' 36E 15a• o` _ 3 25 44" L=150.00 A=13 25' 43" L=150.00� C5 0 Sg pFsq�, 3 � � 11C• �'_ - � 48.1a C8 �11 O o O 'J p O 14 Z LA J A � W �g W s 0 _ � T rn cr 124.26' - LLI - - - N84°30,10"W W (n __ _� _N87° -- 55' 10"W 423. 21' A 123.38' �- A VARIES A J 124. 84, F A.F� FlJ\iJ-,D--1 J ----9 13 49.96' 63.62' N87° 24' 34" E _N89° 10' 34.40' 79.97' v; A 114.07' 12 105.87' N89° 24' 54"W 105.16' 93.68' 11 101. 12' _ N83°59'17"W - 0. 71 ' i 1632.45' (N89° 39' 10"W FAR , A 0 0 92.19' '�' - \ �I o� 41 cd/ \ _ 10 \ ti 41 oo/ �� o M, C6------- HIC 76.26' N83_36' 27" E _ L 4 N89° 39' 10"W L `v L3� 96.94' v 2673.18' R4) FIVl� 127,/57-5 \ \ \ LO -C4 cD 6 \ 51�49 _ 1 03.0p, M 122. 71' N88° 25' 28" E 1481.64' t 3 4 � 130.89' C7 A=7°31'42'� - L=113. 00, N87°19'10"W L2 RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY -p1�JR � 3 137.00' 4.04' FAR 1 - I N tCD IQ N \ C9 ro z 133.44' ^ _ N850 08' 2-V E_ - T SCALE: 1" = 50' 50 0 50 100 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-13 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 14 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY APRIL 2019 L22 LOT "A11 DETAIL 'A' (N00° 33' 34" E 1.01' 134) SOMMERS BEND �L2 C1 4-, 21 I LN00° 33' 3411E RAID Mi°- c"T H0® 3734�=�z / I (N48026' 5011W 30.47' R4) ° " o o I SEE DETAIL 'A' (N48 25 50 W 30.48 R2) I(N89°26'26"W 422. 01 1 R4) (N89° 26' 2611W 422.00' 132) o o C20 _ (N89° 26' 2611W 500. 00' R4) , . / M "o -� 57.66'�� C2 of to MI tnipQ. 9cz/ 9Gllw i to UnAcu MO. Mii o3� 03 0 pl�R' J 7 FIM) J 41'/9 -95 I v V Au J I VIYL IVIVIY. MK' D "P1711 ON S' LY SIDE UP 1.2' PER R2, R3 & R4 RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY - N6n°R„!35• 00\ \IYVJ JJ IV 11 LV I J. 10 RIJ SHEET 7 OF 7 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. LINE TABLE CURVE TABLE NAME DIRECTION LENGTH ---- ---------------- --------- NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC L1 N 00033'48" E 30.00' ------------------------------- L2 (N 00°59'25" E 2.00' R4) C1 (14°10'30" 710.00' 175.65' R4) L3 (N 75°15'56" W 50.01' R4) C2 (14°10'30" 750.00' 185.55' R4) L4 N 00021'22" E 30.00' C3 15033'58" 836.00' 227.13: L5 N 89026'26" W 11.52' C4 15033'58" 810.00, 220.06L6 N 51053'59" E 32.02' C5 15033'58" 860.00' 233.65' L7 N 00033'34" E 40.85' C6 10008'57" 103.00' 18.25' L8 N 44°26'26" W 35.36' C7 110017'55" 73.00' 140.53' L9 N 10°42'31" E 30.04' C8 3057'48" 860.00' 59.49' L10 N 48°49'27" W 33.80' C9 (3046'51" 710.00' 46.85' R4) L11 N 50°50'50" E 38.02' C10 (9047'42" 135.00' 23.08' R4) L13 N 81048'10" W 23.76' C11 (27010'29" 105.00' 49.80' R4) L13 N 81°48'49" W 36.74' C12 9055'28" 710.00' 122.98' L14 N 71°27'02" W 35.74' C13 (0028'11" 710.00' 5.82' R4) L15 N 33°31'41" E 12.24' C14 11039'01" 790.00' 160.63' L16 N 89°26'26" W 32.01' C15 2°23'S5" 790.00' 33.07' L17 (N 70008'12" E 30.00' R4) C16 1057034" 810.00' 27.70' L18 (N 00033'48" E 30.00' R4) C17 66041'20" 73.00' 84.97' L19 N 46029'10" E 41.27' C18 43036'35" 73.00' 55.56' L20 N 01°24'00" W 27.48' C19 9027'45" 100.00' 16.52' L21 N 89°26'26" W 35.96' C20 (14010'26" 787.00' 194.69' R6) L22 (N 0°33'34" E 76.01' R4) (N 0033'34" E 76.01' R2) I JJ I O > n o a o >- o PER TRACT \ �� 37341-14 N Q 1 \\ D R4 (d=29° 44' 28" = =713.00' L=310 z.10 cw, o 0 SIMMERS L=173.42' R6) (p=16° 29' 34" L=215.89 R o -� Z W W U) w w U) 124.26' N84°30'10"W 1632.45' �- RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY FAR , ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT SHEET TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 (S 64°10'07" E 137.86' R4) (N 64010'00" W 137.86' 132) L2 (N 71°51'24" E 60.57' R4) (N 71051'21" E 60.57' R2) L3 (N 47054'03" E 206.41' R4) (N 47054'00" E 206.41' R2) L4 (N 74040'31" E 84.91' R4) (N 74040'28" E 84.91' R2) L5 (N 89042'02" E 162.15' 134) (N 89041'59" E 162.15' R2) L6 (N 63056'09" E 113.99' R4) (N 63056'06" E 113.99' 132) L7 (N 84027'29" E 144.82' 134) (N 84027'26" E 144.82' 132) L8 (N 84027'27" E 49.09' 134) (N 84027'24" E 49.09' 133) L9 (S 84012'25" E 129.22' 134) (N 84012'28" W 129.22' 133) L10 (N 83031'26" E 386.16' 134) (N 83031'23" E 386.16' 133) Lll (N 57040'49" E 87.87' 134) (N 57040'46" E 87.87' 133) L12 (N 72009'33" E 161.36' R4) (N 72009'30" E 161.36' R3) L13 (N 81026'12" E 356.89' 134) (N 81026'09" E 356.89' 133) L14 (S 89059'57" E 283.29' 134) (N 90000'00" W 283.29' 133) L15 (S 83050'13" E 159.06' R4) (N 83050'16" W 159.06' 133) L16 (N 61056'25" E 264.03' R4) (N 61056'22" E 264.03' R3) L17 (N 51006'12" E 146.91' R4) (N 51006'09" E 146.91' 133) L18 (N 40050'09" E 160.77' 134) (N 40050'06" E 160.77' 133) L19 (N 45027'37" E 97.37' 134) (N 45027'34" E 97.37' 133) L20 (N 55057'04" E 292.00' 134) (N 55057'01" E 292.00' 133) L21 (N 71033'59" E 183.58' 134) (N 71033'56" E 183.58' 133) L22 (N 10059'51" W 41.74' R4) (N 10059'54" W 41.74' R3) L23 (N 46017'13" W 70.83' R4) (N 46017'16" W 70.83' 133) L24 (N 30010'20" E 129.03' R4) (N 30010'17" E 129.03' R3) L25 (N 41058'20" W 153.10' R4) (N 41058'23" W 153.10' R3) L26 (N 68029'22" E 150.04' R4) (N 68029'19" E 150.04' R3) L27 (N 49018'15" W 61.50' 134) (N 49018'18" W 61.50' R3) L28 (N 27042'29" W 157.42' R4) (N 27042'32" W 157.42' R3) L29 (N 3009'15" E 69.52' R4) (N 3009'12" E 69.52' R3) L30 (N 31008'52" E 146.57' R4) (N 31008'49" E 146.57' R3) L31 (N 59053'24" E 91.23' R4) (N 59053'21" E 91.23' R3) L32 (S 80011'49" E 146.69' R4) (N 80011'52" W 146.69' R3) L33 (S 24°16'03" E 163.27' R4) (N 24°16'06" W 163.27' 133) L34 (S 40°55'25" E 372.57' R4) (N 40055'28" W 372.57' R3) L35 (S 22046'27" E 193.68' R4) (N 22°46'30" W 193.68' R3 L36 (S 0°50'29" E 260.95' R4) (N 0°50'32" W 260.95' 133) L37 (S 8011'57" W 112.76' R4) (N 8011'54" E 112.76' R3) L38 (S 25031'21" W 112.71' 134) (N 25031'18" E 112.71' R3) L39 (S 37018'50" W 85.50' 134) (N 37018'47" E 85.50' R3) L40 (S 5°40'51" E 142.81' R4) (N 5040'54" W 142.81' 133) L41 (S 89010'18" E 85.47' R4) (N 89°10'21" W 85.47' R3) L42 (N 60°44'02" E 96.06' R4) (N 60°43'59" E 96.06' R3) L43 (S 89026'27" E 338.54' R4) (N 89°26'30" W 338.53' R3) L44 (N 0°33'48" E 30.00' R4) (N 0033'47" E 30.00' 132) ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT NOTES IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA UJ J � a 1. THIS PROPERTY IS LOCATED WITHIN 30 W' J MILES OF MOUNT PALOMAR OBSERVATORY. ALL PROPOSED OUTDOOR LIGHTING SYSTEMS TRACT MAP NO, 37341-13 � a J�-I SHALL COMPLY WITH THE UAL IFORNIA ~ a INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PALOMAR OBSERVATORY RECOMMENDATIONS, ORDINANCE NO. 655. 2. THIS PROJECT IS WITHIN A LIQUEFACTION HAZARD ZONE. � 7 = � a 20 J BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 14 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, °a N IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, J RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. n 00 J L45--V- L5 (N89° 39' 10"W 5282, 95' R4)-V (N89° 39' 12"W 5282,87' R2 & R3) DETAIL "A " APRIL 2019 N.T.S. 10 CITY LIMIT � � � ) \ \ NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L55 (N 38°15'21" E 663.57' 134) LINE - (N 38°15'24" E 663.55' R1) 1 1 L45 (S 89039'10" E 319.78' 134) (N 38°15'19" E 663.55' R2) IN 89°39'12" W 319 80' R2► L56 (N 38015�21" E 655.50� R4) -5N L32 RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET (N88° 29' 38" E 5296.39' R4) (N88° 29' 37" E 5296.39' R2 & 133) CONTINUED TABLE DATA (N 38 15 19 E 655.48 R2) �, M MURRIETTA HOT L46 ( N 0°21 ' 22" E 265.43' R4) L57 (N 0° 33' 48" E 485.01' R4) o �r SPRINGS ROAD \ (N 0° 33' 47" E 485.01' R2) "� °� (N 0 20;58° E 265.41; R2) ° � �� � �, L47 ( S 89 ° 26 26 E 126.20 R4) L58 (N 89 39 10 W 55.00 R4) N M - - - ( N 89 ° 26' 26" W 126.19' R2 ► (N 890 39' 12" W 55. 00' R2 & R3) � L59 (N 89 39 10 W 601.73 R4) ra /V �0 ° \ L48 (N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' 134) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.61' R2) I A, o ( N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' 132 ) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601. 50' PM 14/93-94) �; �, �1 I NAME DELTA RAD I US ARC- "' � �� LI) L49 (N 48°26'50" W 30.47' R4) ____ __ _ �� r a'� w LLI �' w ( N 48025' S0" W 30.48' R2 ) C1 (23° 23' 23" 1600. 00' 653.17' R4) v �L23 s � t'� C) L50 (N 36044' 32" E 122.41 ' R4) (23° 23' 33" 1600. 00' 653. 24' R1 & R2) 21 �L22 U; ��� N 36 °44' 30" E 122.39' R2 ► C2 (2° 08' 52" 1600. 00' 59.98' 134) �" r o (/) - - - RORIPAUGH L51 N 89 ° 26' 26" W 500 \ ° 0' ' 1600. ' 5992 Rl & R2) m z j /r Z o C3 (35VALLEY I I ( .00' R41 0242„ 1600. 009. v Z \ ROAD L52 (N 0033'48" E 1610.00' R4) (35°3246" 1600. 00' 992.63' R1 & R2) (N 0°34'04"E 1610.00' R1) �� J O - 8 L53 IN 38015'21" E 82.30' R4) �I IN 38015;18"E 82.30' R2)�,��� 66 / L54 (N 0 33 48" E 150.19' R4) 6 1 (N 0°33'47"E 150.19' R2 8 R3) 1 L14� L15 o �p L43 '\ �� -■/ L1o L41 a \�� 0, �.r° L8 Lgt_ 0 \ �\°, 0 ®3 l��' a w 7 � , 6 0 �R L5 - L53 \ L, HE L °36'16"E 37 34 2 73 R4) 5 �cl) /7' (N81°36� RZIE o °� ll �� -��� �0 ® 57 N53°53'32Q�R D 4 ``'�h�• / L --/� �� =TIRA � H oo ® o o \ �� a Q \ o �cc, lel z z A to ���\° �� Imo-��•; o �o I �� i \ mo° �3734� \��\ � �] no L� v L7 Lf� C« �7 L� LL,% 55' - 55'= i D VG3Qcir I �]OO ® � 37306 Z ° w N N ~ rn Mo II FD 1 IP W/PP 'FRANK & LAURA RICE 28029 /j \ \ cF Q Q r 97 0)�7 � no - DN. 0.5, NO REFERENCE - V) (422. 01' R4 H o / o I ACCEPTED AS POINT - V� N89° 26' 26"W) L ON S'LY LINE OF QN L49- L1 - SEE DETAIL ,, " �0 29 N89 26026 W) L48 R2, R3 & R4 \�UG3LaC�7 L�]0.3�13�1=�z R3 & R4�1 ,�/ �GQC�� O.3�1341_�� \\ o _ L47 SOMMERS BEND - FD 8%8 STONE MON. NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS (75.81' R4) MK'D "P 17" ON STY 'T Q �37 314� e � 2 (75. 84' R2 & R3) L59 J SIDE UP 1.2' PER TRACT MAP NO. 37341-13 L45 POINT ON S'LY LINE OF R3 & R4 (625.52' R4) (878.58' R4) 6 -m o 0 625.59R2 & R3)� (878.53' R2 & 133) (5227.95' 134) (5227.88' R2 & 133) ll _/ RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY (N89° 39' 10"W 5282.95' R4) (N89° 39' 12"W 5282.87' R2 & R3) Jpr11� 1 -FAR � 2 pr1f� , z1 _p, � 3 I r r / pJ�ll� 1 ' PjV1 15r3� �J�ll� 1 �7� _PAJ , 12 _p]VIEi 1 ' � 3- )� �r1;� 1 1 � �r�R P2 _P- R � 3 / �r�r� a 6, m o m >_ oa o =� U z z=) ao 12 [ifm D / Li N m LL' L7 ~^ L�L� M \ \ C � p co Ll, 11 �_ N c � M � N 1 Lj� u u T M N \ YJ M N\ � Z � ' _ J D_ SHEET 1 OF 1 SHEETS SURVEYOR'S NOTES 1. INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. 2. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 3. INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37341-12 MB / - 8 TRACT MAP 37341-14 MB / - AS NOTED. 8 TRACT MAP 37341-15 MB / - AS NOTED. 4. p INDICATES SET 1"IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH 5. ALL MONUMENTS SET ARE PER RIVERSIDE COUNTY ORDINANCE 461.21. 6. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 14.745 ACRES GROSS. 7. DRAINAGE EASEMENTS SHALL BE KEPT FREE OF BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTIONS. 8. ALL MONUMENTS SHOWN AS SET SHALL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MONUMENTATION AGREEMENT FOR THIS MAP. 9. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 22 LOTS. 10. - INDICATES SUBDIVISION BOUNDARY. 11. RAD INDICATES RADIAL BEARING. 12. R1 INDICATES RECORD PER PER RS 143/82-89. 13. R2 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 342/73-85. 14. R3 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 401/89-96. 15. R4 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37368 MB 468/89-98. 16. R5 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37341-12 MB / 17. R6 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37341-14 MB / ------------ 18. R7 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37341-15 MB / 19. ALL LOT CORNERS OF THIS MAP WILL BE MONUMENTED BY A 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED "LS 8805", FLUSH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 20. C.C. 8 R's,RECORDED----------------AS INST. NO.-------- - 21. ///// INDICATES RESTRICTED ACCESS. ❑x MONUMENT LOG 1 FD 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", S.E. CORNER SECTION 20 PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 2 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH, "LS 7891", IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. 8 SOUTH LOOP RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 3 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 81 R4, DN. 0.1' 4 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD 8 NORTH LOOP ROAD 8 NICHOLAS RD. PER R1 8 R4. 5 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", E.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 6 FD. 3/4" IP W/TAG "LS 4251" PER PMB 95/71-72, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. 7 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD o STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, DN. 0.1'. C) 8 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. AND RORIPAUGH VALLEY RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 9 FD. 2" IP W/TAG "LS 3483" N.W. CORNER SECTION 21. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 10 FD. 2 1/4" BRASS CAP ON TOP OF 2 1/4" IP ON CONCRETE, STAMPED N.E. CORNER SECTION 21, PER RS 100/52-57, RS 87/28-34, J R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.1'. o V) 11 FD STONE MON. W/"P-16" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE W/TACK FOR S.E. CORNER SECTION 21 PER R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.5'. 12 FD 6"X6" STONE MON. W/"P-15" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE NO TACK , E'LY 1/4 CORNER o SECTION 21 PER RS 100/52-57, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. BOOK T PAGE TOTAL NUMBERED LOTS: 84 TOTAL LETTERED LOTS: 5 TOTAL NET AREA. 14.865 ACRES TOTAL GROSS AREA: 19.237 ACRES OWNER'S STATEMENT WE HEREBY STATE THAT WE ARE THE OWNERS OF THE LAND INCLUDED WITHIN THE SUBDIVISION SHOWN HEREON; THAT WE ARE THE ONLY PERSONS WHOSE CONSENT IS NECESSARY TO PASS A CLEAR TITLE TO SAID LAND; THAT WE CONSENT TO THE MAKING AND RECORDING OF THIS SUBDIVISION MAP AS SHOWN WITHIN THE DISTINCTIVE BORDER LINE. WE HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: LOTS "A" THROUGH "E", INCLUSIVE. FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES AS SHOWN HEREON. WE ALSO HEREBY DEDICATE ABUTTERS RIGHTS OF ACCESS ALONG SOMMERS BEND AND BUTTERFIELD STAGE ROAD TO THE PUBLIC. THE OWNERS OF LOTS 4 THROUGH 22, INCLUSIVE, LOT 82 AND LOT 84 ABUTTING THIS HIGHWAY AND DURING SUCH TIME WILL HAVE NO RIGHTS OF ACCESS EXCEPT THE GENERAL EASEMENT OF TRAVEL. ANY CHANGE OF ALIGNMENT OR WIDTH THAT RESULTS IN THE VACATION THEREOF SHALL TERMINATE THIS DEDICATION AS TO THE PART VACATED. WE ALSO HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT LYING WITHIN LOTS 1 THROUGH 81, INCLUSIVE, AND LOT 82 AS SHOWN HEREON. THE DEDICATION IS FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES. WE HEREBY RETAIN LOTS "A" THROUGH "E" INDICATED AS "PRIVATE STREET" FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE BLANKET EASEMENT FOR DRAINAGE PURPOSES OVER ALL OF LOT 82 AS SHOWN HEREON FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE PRIVATE PEDESTRIAN EASEMENT AS SHOWN HEREON WITHIN LOT 82 FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN LOT 83 INDICATED AS "LANDSCAPE" FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE PRIVATE SLOPE & LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE EASEMENT AS SHOWN HEREON WITHIN LOT 83 FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. THE REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED BELOW IS DEDICATED AS AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: TO EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT ("DISTRICT''), A PUBLIC AGENCY ORGANIZED AND EXISTING UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT LAW OF 1911, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, A PERPETUAL EASEMENT AND RIGHT OF WAY TO CONSTRUCT, MAINTAIN, ENLARGE, RECONSTRUCT, REMOVE AND REPLACE, OPERATE, INSPECT, REPAIR, IMPROVE AND RELOCATE SEWER, WATER, AND RECYCLED WATER FACILITIES, ALL AS SHOWN ON THIS MAP WITHIN THE SUBDIVISION AND DESIGNATED "SEWER, WATER, AND RECYCLED WATER EASEMENT" HEREON, TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF ACCESS TO AND FROM SAID EASEMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF EXERCISING THE RIGHTS GRANTED IN SAID EASEMENT. OWNER RETAINS THE RIGHT TO USE THE EASEMENT AREA PROVIDED THAT OWNER SHALL NOT CONSTRUCT OR ERECT BUILDINGS, MASONRY WALLS, MASONRY FENCES AND OTHER STRUCTURES OR IMPROVEMENTS, OR PLANT OR GROW TREES OR SHRUBS, OR CHANGE THE SURFACE GRADE OR INSTALL PRIVATELY -OWNED PIPELINES WITHOUT THE PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT OF DISTRICT. OWNER: WOODS I DE 05S, LP, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP Ye NAME: CHRIS CHAMBERS TITLE: VICE PRESIDENT, WDS GP, INC. A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION AS GENERAL PARTNER IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-14 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 15 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY NOTARY ACKNOWLEDGMENT A NOTARY PUBLIC OR OTHER OFFICER COMPLETING THIS CERTIFICATE VERIFIES ONLY THE IDENTITY OF THE INDIVIDUAL WHO SIGNED THE DOCUMENT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE IS ATTACHED, AND NOT THE TRUTHFULNESS, ACCURACY, OR VALIDITY OF THE DOCUMENT. STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF CAP BEFORE ME, NOTARY PUBLIC PERSONALLY APPEARED APRIL 2019 TAX BOND CERTIFICATE I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT A BOND IN THE SUM OF $ HAS BEEN EXECUTED AND FILED WITH THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA, CONDITIONED UPON THE PAYMENT OF ALL TAXES, STATE, COUNTY, MUNICIPAL OR LOCAL, AND ALL SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES, WHICH AT THE TIME OF FILING OF THIS MAP WITH THE COUNTY RECORDER ARE A LIEN AGAINST SAID PROPERTY, BUT NOT YET PAYABLE, AND SAID BOND HAS BEEN DULY APPROVED BY SAID BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. DATE: A CASH BOND WHO PROVED TO ME ON THE BASIS OF SATISFACTORY EVIDENCE TO BE THE PERSON(S) WHOSE NAME(S) IS/ARE SUBSCRIBED TO THE WITHIN INSTRUMENT AND ACKNOWLEDGED TO ME THAT HE/SHE/THEY EXECUTED THE SAME IN HIS/HER/THEIR AUTHORIZED CAPACITY(IES), AND THAT BY HIS/HER/THEIR SIGNATURE(S) ON THE INSTRUMENT THE PERSON(S), OR THE ENTITY UPON BEHALF OF WHICH THE PERSON(S) ACTED, EXECUTED THE INSTRUMENT. I CERTIFY UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA THAT THE FOREGOING PARAGRAPH IS TRUE AND CORRECT. WITNESS MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL SIGNATURE NAME: NOTARY PUBLIC IN AND FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE PRINCIPAL COUNTY OF BUSINESS: COMMISSION EXPIRES: COMMISSION # OF NOTARY: CITY CLERK'S STATEMENT THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, BY ITS CITY CLERK, RANDI JOHL, HEREBY APPROVES THE TRACT MAP AND ACCEPTS THE OFFER OF DEDICATION OF LOTS "A" THROUGH "E". MADE HEREON FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY AND SERVICE VEHICLES. WE ALSO HEREBY ACCEPT THE DEDICATION OF ABUTTERS RIGHTS OF ACCESS ALONG SOMMERS BEND AS DEDICATED. WE ALSO HEREBY ACCEPT THE 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT AS DEDICATED. DATED: 2020 BY: RANDI JOHL CITY CLERK, CITY OF TEMECULA SOILS REPORT PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 66490 OF THE STATE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT, A PRELIMINARY SOILS REPORT WAS PREPARED BY LEIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES, INC., REGISTERED IN THE STATE OF CA. PROJECT NO. 10967.108 ON JUNE 25, 2018, ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY ENGINEER, CITY OF TEMECLULA. JON CHRISTENSEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR y20_e BY: DEPUTY TAX COLLECTOR'S CERTIFICATE I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ACCORDING TO THE RECORDS OF THIS OFFICE, AS OF THIS DATE, THERE ARE NO LIENS AGAINST THE PROPERTY SHOWN ON THE WITHIN MAP FOR UNPAID STATE, COUNTY, MUNICIPAL, OR LOCAL TAXES, OR SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES, EXCEPT TAXES OR SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES NOW A LIEN BUT NOT YET PAYABLE, WHICH ARE ESTIMATED TO BE $ DATE- JON CHRISTENSEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR 20. SHEET 1 OF 8 SHEETS RECORDER'S STATEMENT FILED THIS DAY OF , 20— AT .M IN BOOK OF MAPS, AT PAGES AT THE REQUEST OF THE CITY CLERK OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA. NO. FEE: PETER ALDANA, ASSESSOR -COUNTY CLERK -RECORDER DEPUTY SUBDIVISION GUARANTEE: FIRST AMERICAN TITLE COMPANY SURVEYOR'S STATEMENT THIS MAP WAS PREPARED BY ME OR UNDER MY DIRECTION AND IS BASED UPON A FIELD SURVEY IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT AND LOCAL ORDINANCE AT THE REQUEST OF WOODSIDE 05S, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP IN JANUARY 2018. 1 HEREBY STATE THAT ALL MONUMENTS ARE OF THE CHARACTER AND OCCUPY THE POSITIONS INDICATED OR THAT THEY WILL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS OF THE MONUMENT AGREEMENT FOR THE MAP AND THAT THE MONUMENTS ARE, OR WILL BE, SUFFICIENT TO ENABLE THE SURVEY TO BE RETRACED, AND THAT THIS FINAL MAP SUBSTANTIALLY CONFORMS TO THE CONDITIONALLY APPROVED TENTATIVE MAP. THIS SURVEY IS TRUE AND COMPLETE AS SHOWN. DATE: W I LL I AM ROHAL, L. S. 8805 DEPUTY CITY ENGINEER'S STATEMENT SIGNATURE OMISSIONS PURSUANT TO SECTION 66436 OF THE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT, THE SIGNATURES OF THE FOLLOWING OWNERS OF EASEMENTS AND/OR OTHER INTERESTS HAVE BEEN OMITTED: AN EASEMENT IN FAVOR OF GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES RECORDED DECEMBER 5, 1988 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 88-354239, 0. R. CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD. EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT'S ACCEPTANCE STATEMENT I HEREBY STATE THAT THE EASEMENT DEDICATED ON THIS MAP TO THE EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT IS HEREBY ACCEPTED AND THE DISTRICT CONSENTS TO THE RECORDATION THEREOF BY ITS DULY AUTHORIZED OFFICER. DATE: SHEILA ZELAYA, BOARD SECRETARY OF THE EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS THEREOF i0 LAND Roy Fs \F CA1-�F���\/ I HEREBY STATE THAT THIS MAP CONSISTING OF EIGHT (8) SHEETS HAS BEEN EXAMINED BY ME OR UNDER MY SUPERVISION AND FOUND TO BE SUBSTANTIALLY THE SAME AS IT APPEARED ON THE TENTATIVE MAP OF TRACT NO. 37341 AS FILED AND APPROVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ON JUNE 20, 2018, THE EXPIRATION DATE BEING JUNE 20, 2021. THAT ALL PROVISIONS OF APPLICABLE STATE LAW AND CITY REGULATIONS HAVE BEEN COMPLIED WITH, AND I AM SATISFIED THIS MAP IS TECHNICALLY CORRECT. DATED: KRIS R. WINCHAK EXP. 3-31-20 (AS DELEGATED) CITY OF TEMECULA 2020 L.S. 6240 FOR PATRICK A. THOMAS, CITY ENGINEER �\ No. L.S. 6240 SECTION 21 TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SBM TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 (S 64°10'07" E 137.86' R4) (N 64010'00" W 137.86' 132) L2 (N 71°51'24" E 60.57' R4) (N 71051'21" E 60.57' R2) L3 (N 47054'03" E 206.41' R4) (N 47054'00" E 206.41' R2) L4 (N 74040'31" E 84.91' R4) (N 74040'28" E 84.91' R2) L5 (N 89042'02" E 162.15' 134) (N 89041'59" E 162.15' R2) L6 (N 63056'09" E 113.99' R4) (N 63056'06" E 113.99' 132) L7 (N 84027'29" E 144.82' 134) (N 84027'26" E 144.82' 132) L8 (N 84027'27" E 49.09' 134) (N 84027'24" E 49.09' 133) L9 (S 84012'25" E 129.22' 134) (N 84012'28" W 129.22' 133) L10 (N 83031'26" E 386.16' 134) (N 83031'23" E 386.16' 133) Lll (N 57040'49" E 87.87' 134) (N 57040'46" E 87.87' 133) L12 (N 72009'33" E 161.36' R4) (N 72009'30" E 161.36' R3) L13 (N 81026'12" E 356.89' 134) (N 81026'09" E 356.89' 133) L14 (S 89059'57" E 283.29' 134) (N 90000'00" W 283.29' 133) L15 (S 83050'13" E 159.06' R4) (N 83050'16" W 159.06' 133) L16 (N 61056'25" E 264.03' R4) (N 61056'22" E 264.03' R3) L17 (N 51006'12" E 146.91' R4) (N 51006'09" E 146.91' 133) L18 (N 40050'09" E 160.77' 134) (N 40050'06" E 160.77' 133) L19 (N 45027'37" E 97.37' 134) (N 45027'34" E 97.37' 133) L20 (N 55057'04" E 292.00' 134) (N 55057'01" E 292.00' 133) L21 (N 71033'59" E 183.58' 134) (N 71033'56" E 183.58' 133) L22 (N 10059'51" W 41.74' R4) (N 10059'54" W 41.74' R3) L23 (N 46017'13" W 70.83' R4) (N 46017'16" W 70.83' 133) L24 (N 30010'20" E 129.03' R4) (N 30°10'17" E 129.03' R3) L25 (N 41058'20" W 153.10' R4) (N 41°58'23" W 153.10' R3) L26 (N 68029'22" E 150.04' R4) (N 68029'19" E 150.04' R3) L27 (N 49018'15" W 61.50' 134) (N 49018'18" W 61.50' 133) L28 (N 27042'29" W 157.42' R4) (N 27042'32" W 157.42' R3) L29 (N 3009'15" E 69.52' R4) (N 3009'12" E 69.52' R3) L30 (N 31008'52" E 146.57' R4) (N 31008'49" E 146.57' R3) L31 (N 59053'24" E 91.23' R4) (N 59053'21" E 91.23' R3) L32 (S 80011'49" E 146.69' R4) (N 80011'52" W 146.69' R3) L33 (S 24°16'03" E 163.27' R4) (N 24°16'06" W 163.27' 133) L34 (S 40°55'25" E 372.57' R4) (N 40055'28" W 372.57' R3) L35 (S 22046'27" E 193.68' R4) (N 22°46'30" W 193.68' R3 L36 (S 0°50'29" E 260.95' R4) (N 0°50'32" W 260.95' 133) L37 (S 8011'57" W 112.76' R4) (N 8011'54" E 112.76' R3) L38 (S 25031'21" W 112.71' 134) (N 25031'18" E 112.71' R3) L39 (S 37018'50" W 85.50' 134) (N 37018'47" E 85.50' R3) L40 (S 5°40'51" E 142.81' R4) (N 5040'54" W 142.81' 133) L41 (S 89010'18" E 85.47' R4) (N 89°10'21" W 85.47' R3) L42 (N 60°44'02" E 96.06' R4) (N 60°43'59" E 96.06' R3) L43 (S 89026'27" E 338.54' R4) (N 89°26'30" W 338.53' R3) L44 (N 0°33'48" E 30.00' R4) (N 0033'47" E 30.00' 132) BUTTERFIELD STAGE ROAD �7 M 20 e L45�� L 5 9 �(N89* 39' 10" W 5282.95' R4)-A- (N89° 39' 12"W co 5282.87' R2 & R3) DETAIL "A " N.T.S. IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-14 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 15 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET (N88° 29' 38" E 5296.39' R4) (N88° 29' 37" E 5296.39' R2 & 133) APRIL 2019 NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP. 10 CITY LIMIT \ NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L55 (N 38°15'21" E 663.57' 134) LINE - (N 38°15'24" E 663.55' R1) 1 1 L45 (S 89039'10" E 319.78' 134) (N 38°15'19" E 663.55' R2) I IN 89°39'12" W 319 80' R2► L56 (N 38015�21" E 655.50� R4) -5N L32 CONTINUED TABLE DATA (N 38 15 19 E 655.48 R2) MURRIETTA II-IOT I L46 (N 0°21 ' 22" E 265.43' 134) L57 (N 0° 33' 48" E 485.01134) o --R\r A cz SPRINGS ROAD J (N 0 ° 20' 58" E 265.41 ' R2 ) (N 00 33' 47" E 485.01 � R2) � "� N L47 (S 89026'26" E 126.20' R4) L58 (N 89°39�10 W 55.00� R4) N M - - - - (N 89 ° 26' 26" W 126.19' R2 ► (N 89° 39' 12" W 55. 00� R2 & R3) � � � � ti L59 (N 89 39 10 W 601.73 R4) ra \ s T- L48 (N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' R4) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601. 61' R2) `P L2 � \� r- = `�� ;� I Y o� o ( N 0°33' 34" E 76.01 ' R2 ) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.50' PM 14/93-94) s �, �1 I NAME DELTA RAD I US ARC- (n �� ` L� L49 (N 48°26'S0" W 30.47' R4) ��' r a'� w �' w 6 ( N 48025' 50" W 30.48' R2 ) C1 (23° 23' 23" 1600. 00' 653.17' R4) 1-4 s t'� C) L50 ( N 36044' 32" E 122.41 ' R4) (23° 23' 33" 1600. 00' 653. 24' R1 & R2) 21 �L22 U; N 36 °44' 30" E 122.39' R2 ► C2 (2° 08' 52" 1600. 00' 59. 98' 134) �" r r o (i - - - RORIPAUGH C3 (35° �2' 42' 1600. 00' 992.60 R4) & R2) j /r � = o z \ VALLEY I I L51 ( N 89 ° 26' 26" W 500.00' R41 ° „ v z ROAD L52 (N 0033'48" E 1610.00' R4) (35°3246" 1600. 00' 992.63' R1 & R2) �°� �� V a� (N 0034'04"E 1610.00' R1) 0 - 8 L53 IN 38015'21" E 82.30' R4) '� (N 38015'18"E 82.30' R2) IR2 o 6%, ° 66. l / L54 (N 0°33'48" E 150.19' R4) ,\6 r LIN AIIL61�C": Rpgp�4 N53° 53' 32"W R. 0� \� - T I L7 C« �7 L� LL,% 55' - 55'= �� �'j�� 12��0� ��6• IN 0033'47"E 150.19' R2 8 133) �12 L13 �L14� L1i o �a L43 oo L8 L9 L10 L41 �� ��/Q�� �]0 ® 377 �� a v0 �' 3734�_3 HE Zoo/go-go L L53 ` P�/�� �2 4G3LaC�� 100 ® HE 47 V 400 -147 5 C/�N81°36'16E3734�-2 .131 5 g /�h ��; � tN81 36 465 RZ)E � I` �� �.� I f o a �1 � D ?' y I z x Ho ,so 406/80-08 % o O e / lel 24 o V / \ o 1 UG3Q0u I H0®ca 110, OWQCT, N0® 3�3� o° _ �wN N �r- MO "VIJ ° ° cJ c�J ° Z Q Q H 0 ® 1I377 3o a FD 1" IP W/PP "FRANK J & LAURA RCE 28029 QN L49 LQ / L_ CL_2 ICI SEEI DETAIL "A " 29 TRACT MAP NO. 37341-14 T7 DN. 0.5, NO REFERENCE (422. 01 �R4 No Lzcs o 0- 0 o ACCEPTED AS POINT p N89 26 26 W) ON SLY LINE OF / [t�V] [3 too/go-go (422.00' R2 L48 R3 & R4 N89° 26' 26"W) I S / \ F-- L51 L47 � _ SOMMERS BEND= - -1 FD 1" IP OPEN DN. 0.5 _ - - - (75.81 R4) FD 8'X8 STONE MON. - -- NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS � L59 MKT "P17"ON S'LY POINT ON STY LINE OF R3 & R4 (75.84' R2 & R3) SIDE UP 1.2 PER (625.52' R41 (878.58' R4) 66 R2, R3 & R4 o N o S 625.59R2 & R3 - y "� ----- _-� (878.53 R2 & R3) - 1 _ RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY _T (5227.95' R4) (5227.88' R2 & R3) ll / l _ (N89° 39' 10"W 5282.95' R4) (N89° 39' 12"W 5282.87' R2 & R3) / �r1f� 1 1 PAR 1 � P"1R � �1 t r�f� � � I \ l � l r' / PJVJ� 1 4 PJ\J1� 15r3,/ P1�Jl= 12 J/ �r1;�, 12 P1�J1J 1' ) � )� �r1;� 1 1 �r�;�,PIM _JI � / �r1f� SHEET 2 OF 8 SHEETS SURVEYOR'S NOTES 1. INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. 2. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 3. O INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. 4. ALL MONUMENTS SET ARE PER RIVERSIDE COUNTY ORDINANCE 461.21. 5. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 19.237 ACRES GROSS. 6. DRAINAGE EASEMENTS SHALL BE KEPT FREE OF BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTIONS. 7. ALL MONUMENTS SHOWN AS SET SHALL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MONUMENTATION AGREEMENT FOR THIS MAP. 8. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 84 LOTS. 9. - INDICATES SUBDIVISION BOUNDARY. 10. RAID INDICATES RADIAL BEARING. 11. R1 INDICATES RECORD PER PER RS 143/82-89. 12. R2 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 342/73-85. 13. R3 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 401/89-96. 14. R4 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37368 MB 468/89-98. 15. ALL LOT CORNERS OF THIS MAP WILL BE MONUMENTED BY A 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED "LS 8805", FLUSH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 16. C.C. 8 R's, RECORDED ---------------- AS INST. NO -------------- 17. // // / INDICATES RESTRICTED ACCESS. ❑X MONUMENT LOG 1 FD 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", S.E. CORNER SECTION 20 PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 2 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH, "LS 7891", IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. 8 SOUTH LOOP RD. PER R1 & R4, FLUSH. 3 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, DN. 0.1' 4 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD 8 NORTH LOOP ROAD 8 NICHOLAS RD. PER R1 8 R4. 5 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", E.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 6 FD. 3/4" IP W/TAG "LS 4251" PER PMB 95/71-72, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. 7 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 & R4, DN. 0.1'. 8 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. AND RORIPAUGH VALLEY RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 9 FD. 2" IP W/TAG "LS 3483" N.W. CORNER SECTION 21. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 10 FD. 2 1/4" BRASS CAP ON TOP OF 2 1/4" IP ON CONCRETE, STAMPED N.E. CORNER SECTION 21, PER RS 100/52-57, RS 87/28-34, R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.1'. 11 FD STONE MON. W/"P-16" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE W/TACK FOR S.E. CORNER SECTION 21 PER R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.5'. 12 FD 6"X6" STONE MON. W/"P-15" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE NO TACK , E'LY 1/4 CORNER SECTION 21 PER RS 100/52-57, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. SCALE: 1" = 400' 400 0 400 800 3 55.00' N N i cscr_ W aN ON x 00 W � aC= w O M V/ 00 � M M JLLI o � Z C, W H Im L c- 0 E= w 00 o cr 0 M O M cD O O z w 00 M M IZ 55.00' N Of o /- AULD RD A. 0 A MURRIETq HOT SPRINGS RD SITE QoJ E.9 R� �ZCO�ps CANTRELL RD m rn 15 LA SERENA o WAY v MARGARITA �0 RD Of 9 MEADOWS PKWY -00 28' 03.697" IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-14 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 15 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY BOUNDARY MAP APRIL 2019 TABLE DATA CONVERGENCE ANGLE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT NOTE AT THE NORTHWEST ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINTS SHEET AFFECTING I NAME CORNER OF SECTION 21 THIS MAP IS ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE OF I L1 - -I VICINITY MAP „_ , SCALE. 1 - 100 THE CITY ENGINEER, CITY OF BOOK T , PAGE 401 . THIS TEMECULA, IN AFFECTS ALL E.C.S. I LOTS. L2 L3 N,T,S, I L4 - - 100 0 160 200 I L5 L6 'TRA U MO. 37 30 a L8 \ \ L9 L 10 C-)j H D 408 0 0 0 °0 o Lll L12 20 I 2� L13 �I \ �I ---_-_-- NAME ZI -------------- C1 C5 p C 2 C3 J � O 'rIRAcu m(a ® I37 30 a C5 3 (N 9 l 7 26'' RgJ 03„* ' �� �� ,� o d o 0 0 0° o g G�] C3 C� �3 0 B B C C8 _ c' v� C9 Cg 0 C 10 �o ,\ Sv C 11 C 12 C9 C 13 (N86° 23' 30" W 298.26' R4 1 _ C14 L6 1 i I L7 TRACT MAP NO. 37341-14 L8 L - m L 10 w o Cc o 00 00 - j zio N M zc\1 •w o c O C= 0 0 z rn DIRECTION (N 75015'56" W (N 00033'34" E (N 89026'02" W (N 00033'58" E (N 63032'53" W (N 76056'06" W (N 86023'30" W (N 86018'37" E (N 86023'30" W (N 76055'53" W (N 0033'34" E (N 0021'36" E (N 0021'34" E (N 0033'48" E (N 0033'47" E DELTA (10°21'55" (29°44'28" (14°10'26" (93°07'17" (21°52'42" ( 4°06'27" (46°07'57" (29°07'48" ( 5°50'29" (41°02'11" (31°34'47" (31°15'22" (38°33'15" (14°10'30" RADIUS --LENGTH- 50.01134) 1.01' 134) 83.14' 134) 39.44' 134) 75.36' 134) 72.48' 134) 38.83' 134) 93.93' 134) 93.33' 134) 46.49' 134) 76.01' 134) 2636.10' 134) 2636.07' R2 & 133) 150.19' 134) 150.19' R2 & 133) 787.00' 713.00' 787.00' 10.00, 384.50' 615.50' 50.00' 35.00' 615.50' 50.00' 35.00' 35.00' 50.00' 750.00' 142.38' R4 370.10' R4 194.69' R4 16.25' R4 146.82' R4 44.12' R4 40.26' R4 17.79' R4 62.75' R4 35.81' R4 19.29' R4 19.09' R4 33.64' R4 185.55' R4 SHEET 3 OF 8 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. SURVEYOR'S NOTES THE BASIS OF BEARINGS FOR THIS SURVEY IS THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM, NAD 83 (NSRS 2011) EPOCH 2O10.00, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, ZONE 6 , AS DETERMINED LOCALLY BY A TIE BETWEEN CONTINUOUSLY OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS) "P477", "BILL" AND "PMOB" AS SHOWN HEREON. (I.E. N 28° 5323" E) DISTANCES SHOWN HEREON ARE GROUND DISTANCES. GRID DISTANCES MAY BE OBTAINED BY MULTIPLYING GROUND DISTANCES BY 0.999901821, AVERAGE ELEVATION ABOVE MEAN SEA LEVEL = 1354. LEGEND INDICATES BOUNDARY INDICATES CENTER LINE INDICATES LOT LINE INDICATES EXISTING LOT LINE INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH TO BE SET PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 0 INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. Ak INDICATES CONTINUOUS OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS, AS NOTED). u lq A°, C,T H 0 ® 37308 CORS STATION "BILL" N 2154995.0380 HE 4 0 0 0 0 0 e 0 o E 6313564.1750 N88° 29' 38" E '%" it ° 00OOIw 5295.87' (GRID) FM 0.° 2�� 9 N88 29 38E �6 �5 �3/ 0.' 5296.39" (N88 29 37 E 20 '5296.39' w� R2&R3) ui , o/ o DETAIL 'A' (n�Loa) O n, � c> CO , N N00° 3338" E RpD o ' Z/ Z N A � �o � O TO o L11MERS BEND Z C3'IN/00 (N00°59'25"E N2.00' R4) N89°26'12"W 55. 00, ro BUTTERFIELD L13 STAGE ROAD 2 (N89° 26' 26"W 422.01' R4) C3 L 1 , ; lN2g.20� R 00 _ (N89 26 26 W 422.00 R2) I ' \ (N89° 26' 26"W' 500.00' R4) - �� �� - 37. 00'-- r2° 59 R=750.00' L=431.84 R4) C14 - C2 001 Ll \ 8Rql S M4=Z9°44'2TR=750.00'1 00 C= 00 SEE DETAIL A' ow r13L cr H0° 20 �911-�ME� ---- 00 M � 4- Z FIRE EXISTING U IRA 0 u Ha. 37 30 o HIE zoo/so - 90 0 / L2 00 4 c CORS STATION "PMOB" \ \ N 2074153126Q E 6375547:4700 0 `o 0 Z m ° �332w g3 BASIS OF BEARINGS DETAIL N.T.S. l RS STATION "P477" 2127663.6770 6298482.8020 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-14 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 15 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY SHEET INDEX MAP I I I I \ I \\ I \ I \UnAcr MAPI 140 @ / @ a =9 sBAND _---- ER rHAC7 HO ® 37 38 CtV]M 406/ 0-0 a APRIL 2019 'r[RAC7 1 O ® 37 190 2 @ a / a 0 e0 16 SHEET 4 OF 8 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. SURVEYOR'S NOTES THE BASIS OF BEARINGS FOR THIS SURVEY IS THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM, NAD 83 (NSRS 2011) EPOCH 2O10.00, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, ZONE 6 , AS DETERMINED LOCALLY BY A TIE BETWEEN CONTINUOUSLY OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS) "P477", "BILL" AND "PMOB" AS SHOWN HEREON. (I.E. N 28° 53'23" E) DISTANCES SHOWN HEREON ARE GROUND DISTANCES. GRID DISTANCES MAY BE OBTAINED BY MULTIPLYING GROUND DISTANCES BY 0.999901821, AVERAGE ELEVATION ABOVE MEAN SEA LEVEL = 1354. LEGEND INDICATES BOUNDARY INDICATES CENTER LINE INDICATES LOT LINE INDICATES EXISTING EASEMENT LINE INDICATES RESTRICTED ACCESS RIGHTS OINDICATES SHEET NO. EASEMENT NOTES 1 AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA RECORDED DECEMBER 5, 1988 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 88-354239, O.R. CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD. 2 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT DEDICATED HEREON. 3 AN EASEMENT DEDICATED TO EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT FOR SEWER, WATER AND RECYCLED WATER PURPOSES WITHIN LOT 82. 4 PRIVATE 10' WIDE PEDESTRIAN EASEMENT WITHIN LOT 82 5 PRIVATE SLOPE & LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE EASEMENT WITHIN LOT 83 (WIDTH VARIES) 6 AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES DEDICATED HEREON. 7 AN EASEMENT DEDICATED TO EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT FOR SEWER AND WATER PURPOSES WITHIN LOTS "A" THROUGH "E". SCALE: 1" = 100' 100 6 100 200 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-14 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 15 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY APRIL 2019 SHEET 5 OF 8 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. LINE TABLE CURVE TABLE NAME DIRECTION LENGTH NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC ----------------------------- ------------------------------- L1 (N 86023'30" W 298.26' 134) C1 (10021'55" 787.00' 142.38' 134) L2 (N 86023'30" W 38.83' R4) C2 (32059'24" 750.00' 431.84' R4) L3 (N 76055'53" W 46.49' R4) C3 13014'54" 750.00' 173.42' L4 N 38012'05" E 21.08' C4 (41002'11" 50.00' 35.81' R4) L5 N 48004'47" W 35.34' C5 (31034'47" 35.00' 19.29' R4) L6 N 51003'07" E 35.34' C6 (31015'22" 35.00' 19.09' R4) L7 N 35046'07" W 21.08' C7 (38033'15" 50.00' 33.64' R4) L8 N 01029'10" E RAID 79.59' C8 3000'00" 495.00' 25.92' L9 N 51005'53" E 23.66' C9 2048'45" 500.00' 24.54' L10 N 07000'00" E 51.35' C10 4044'19" 750.00' 62.03' L11 N 10022'01" W 41.04' C11 4044'19" 713.00' 58.97' L12 N 87038'23" W 41.04' C12 16013'23" 300.00' 84.94' L13 N 40059'48" E 30.19' C13 13031'05" 300.00' 70.78' SCALE: 1 50' L14 N 38000' 00" W 24.04' C14 17022' 01 " 102.00' 30.92' L15 N 74059'36" E 17.25' C15 8023'35" 328.00' 48.05' 009 L16 N 83009'58" W 89.47' C16 1011'45" 523.00' 10.92' 50 0 50 100 L17 N 88047'01" W 89.37' C17 2048'45" 472.00' 23.17' L18 N 01029'10" E 17.16' C18 2048'45" 528.00' 25.92' L19 N 01029'10" E 17.31' C19 3000'00" 467.00' 24.45' C20 31055'57" 68.00' 37.90' C21 33042'12" 68.00' 40.00' U R A CCU H 0® 3 7 3 0 o C22 37005'29" 68.00' 44.02' C23 0012'21" 787.00' 2.83' C24 13029'27" 102.00' 24.02' H o C25 3052'34" 102.00' 6.90' C26 2014'55" 713.00' 27.98' C27 0016'17" 528.00' 2.50' C28 2032'28" 528.00' 23.42' C29 7049'47" 300.00' 41.00' C30 1048'15" 495.00' 15.59' a v vo v � v L1 �` (N76°56'06„W 72' 48Rq) L2 (N86° 18' 37" E (N86023' 30" W 93.93' R4) 93.33' R4) ` L3 432.00, ° bob �'� "LANDSCAPE/SLOPE" \�N34° 51'52"E RAD PRC N85° 48'45"W N77 12'l Q� SEE SHEET 8 53.00' 55.65 1'38�,w N85° 48' 45"W 108.43' ' g1�lE N88° 11' 15"W 65.61' °° 0 54. 00, N83° 35' 55" W N80° 2Q N86° 00' 00" W co 00 0 0 54.43' 62.45' 52•19' 42.84' S3.19' N68°� .' 0 I o S9 76' 73 74 w 75 w '_'' o ,r; ,�`�% ,N o co LO o ni 76 o M 77 w �' N a' 78 z o o N o 0 79 Lu ,l w o r o O o 80 0 81 0 z 2 o O o o O o O N -53.00, z z '� O o C 0 o ti o 00 0 --55.00'- _54.00' Z o ti o N850 48' 4511 600, 96'-51.46'_ C28_ _34• z O o 0 60' z z z W --�- �, 7 PRIVATE STREET 096' LOT "p" I C18 o-50.00'"W -_ C� 6 N85° 48' 45"W - -55• 07 _ ° N83 o S - �_�_ - N 1 C9 N 00' 00 139.67' O 35.00 - _56.35' - q °° EDGE w/4Y N83° 00, 00 O i C 19 i o N86 00' 00" W 91. 35' N - 139. �1 f0 0 N85°48'45"W o01 c0 67 N o OI 45.00 , C8 'N 91.35' N �O-51.00'- 600.96 � f I o , - -51. 00' - - - "' C17 ' oo 60067 W 1 28 55. 00' N83 ' 00•. N o ti C30 0' o N86° 00' 00" W 96 53 ' 53.00'- - I I o ��-48 L 16 0 2 � M �% N Lu o Ln o � 91 -_- /-N86°00'00"W 96.35'- w o0 LV g � o 0o i � rn I 28.00' 28.00' �`' W) _ 51 50 w 49 _`" 48 O 47 0 01 0 W _ LO 46 �' Co a, I� 1 0 [� 0 Lu o ti 50.0 " ti `r ZI ti z W Z Z z z Z z 15° OQ2q ,,, 28.00' N82° o0 Q5 36.29' 65. ooW W 1.96' 59 36 W 127.36' ` Q o 56.1 5g, 36��E N83° 00' 00 20 51.00, 51.00' ��W 101.49' o O N85°35'10"W ° , q ti O J ' J' , o Z ti N N85 35 10" W 33 5g, 36�� E N1 54, 00 � 47.23' `�' o 0 0 7 2 N o0 N85° 35' 10" W NA 4* 00� o z a L 56.20' N 45 v �I � a ? o0 o I o a w N83° 00' 00" W 111.18' -`" o� 0 C o N 43 �, o I v� W co N rn 00 41 42 oo q1' �I �, w a Q 62• Q¢ N U 3 CO z� C�l o �5Q • Q q1' ?; 21a' 6 7 Q avoi o ,53.QQ' C\i/5 N1q° 51E S��EEl 2 1p3.4Q Cp 6= Q'��•ti� N68°?6�05 13 84, Z =17° 00 31 paN I� 5g� 36 E - - /c, W RAC 19' \ w`Ay \ o C14 L12 A=1027 j 0�• 94� =29° 14'28" R=272.00' L=141�2� \� rn ,,�^ `w`'`N -C24- 32.29'- -C22 \,I,, w o;�� --� 29044 28" R=300. 00 L-155 o y AC 52.14 1Q �\ � 13 C12 N 9' 36„ E 1 q6 • \ 2 xz''- 4 oo a i o C29 C29 T� \ o Nl q° 5 i 53 • QQ� c z1 2 `�s�,� o o O p 0 O N o s oo rn N1 a' L17 I� C15 i52•QQ 2 ?� �'I o �0 5 oa \�qo ��w RAD z� / 00 52 _ 46 E RA �� 32.00' Q _32.00' Ln o 6 � N11 ° 23" �, LLJ Q a,� `-`' I°e `�` zo 1'J 7 0' '-� c 4l' 12" j L=87.54 'r' �" '� W � � , I pO `Jr- 1 v+ 8 2� =3° 01, O -j � ¢ w�� *I I� IW 9 1�=52• 1 0 0 >_ oC v';I I 10 S06° 13' 29"W RA Z °° Q Z rl Z rn I III I(o I v \yo Q3, 53 • QQ, 1-0 01 �- _-0Imp=q° 11' 30" C26 25' ° 5g, 36„E 12g• o\ 32. 00' Q32. 00, \�s ( L=5° 1815111 I L=52,16 L=66.13 �j\ g•, C11 D -- o' 1d=29° 44' _ L=370.10' R4) o\\ -.-I- o l 28 M J R 713. 00 I w 74 cli o o MERS _ OM M�� C1 o C10 'I - , 891 o\\ s / C3 6 29' 34" L 2 R4) `\ (4=29°44'28" R=750.00' L=389.31' y 'TG3ac'r H(3 ® 37 30 a HIE 40 8 0 9 0 og \\cp.rickeng.com\projects\C_SD_M\17883CM_Roripcugh\Survey\Tract_37341-14\17883AM-14fm05_McpSht.dgn PLOT DATE: 07-FEB-2020 JN 16464 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-14 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 15 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY APRIL 2019 SHEET 6 OF 8 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. LINE TABLE CURVE TABLE NAME DIRECTION LENGTH NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC ---- ---------------- --------- Ll (N 75015'56" W 50.01' R4) C1 14010'26" 787.00' 194.69' L2 (N 00033'34" E 1.01, R4) C2 8030'35" 713.00' 105.90' SCALE:1" = 50' L3 (N 00059'25" E 2.00' R4) C3 16029'34" 750.00' 215.89' L4 (N 63032'53" W 75.36' R4) C4 (46007'57" 50.00' 40.26' R4) 5� 50 ��� L5 N 88032'00" W 42.55' C5 (29007'48" 35.00' 17.79' R4) L6 N 51003'07" E 35.34' C6 ( 5°50'29" 615.50' 62.75' 134) L7 N 35046'07" W 21.08' C7 7049'47" 300.00' 41.00' L8 N 01029'10" E RAID 79.59' C8 5041'18" 328.00' 32.56' L9 N 82020'10" W 18.86, C9 13031'05" 300.00' 70.78' L10 N 88047'01" W 89.37' C10 29044'28" 272.00' 141.19' L11 N 01029'10" E 17.16' C11 29044'28" 300.00' 155.72' C12 3018'30" 713.00' 41.17' C13 1003'08" 787.00' 14.45' C14 0054'39" 912.00' 14.50' C15 3053'25" 787.00' 53.43' C16 3057'11" 787.00' 54.30' Q Q C'T H (3. IST ISS o C17 3057' 07" 787.00' 54. 28' C18 1019'35" 787.00' 18.22' C19 0044'04" 912.00' 11.69' Hv o °4 0 o 1 8 g o g S C20 0024' 52" 968.00' 7. 00' v C21 3 08'13" 968.00' 53.00' C22 0018'19" 968.00' 5.16' 9 C23 4044'19" 713.00' 58.97' �9 C24 4044'19" 750.00' 62.03' C25 12043'57" 272.00' 60.44' C6 �- (N86°23'30"W 298.26' R4) "LANDSCAPE/SLOPE" SEE SHEET 8 53. 10, 53. 00' N85° 48' 45"W 55.00' 432.00' 54.00' 54.00' 0 55.00' 53.00, co� o 0 0 53.00' o in o 6 o �11� `� o 66 w 67 o o o w P 68 69 w 70 00 O 71 w q 9p, o � 72 77 z o Z ov- v Z Z Lo Z O - 53.10, - z 2 0 -53.00' z o a-55.00'_ --54.00' z co N85° 48' 45"W-54.00' - 55. 00'_ --53.00' - PRIVATE STREET600.96 - - ooI 6 7-��5°48'45"W LOT "p" � - �600.96' -- " SEDGE WAY - --�' -55.00'--51.00- N85° 48' 45"W - 51.Op'- - - - 600.96' ao 55.00,-53.00, _ -53.00'--55.001- " Q- MCD - - e- M 2 ro O m Lij N O 1� 00 58 w 57 w N � o 56 " 55 K, _ u') w 54 W o CIJ_ 53 �., 52 w o � _ O Z Z v CD Z L5 z Z ~ 51. 09 Z o W 39. 25' L9 N82° 20 10 51. 09, z _ <I - ¢ 58. 01 ' W N8 58 00' 10"W 35. 02' 23. 20 U) w 7, N79° 42, 29.94 53.00' O " oo' Z W Nj �,,,, ,c 0 58- 21' W N85° 35' 10"W N85° 35' 1011 55. 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DETAIL A 1d=29° 00 L=173.42' ° ' 44 28 A=16 29 34 L=215.89 R=750.00' L=389.31' R4) - - - - - - - - - - - �4 LTV O • 37 NB 46 O/ O 0 e0 O \\cp.rickeng.com\projects\C_SD_M\17883CM_Ror1paugh\Survey\Tract_37341-14\17883AM-14fm06_MapSht.dgn PLOT DATE: 10-FEB-2020 JN 16464 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-14 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 15 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. 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SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. CURVE TABLE NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC Cl (14010'26" 787.00' 194.69' R4) C2 (14010'30" 750.00' 185.55' 134) C3 (93007'17" 10.00, 16.25' 134) C4 (21052'42" 384.50' 146.82' 134) C5 ( 4006'27" 615.50' 44.12' 134) C6 1019'35" 787.00' 18.22' C7 0044'04" 912.00' 11.69' C8 0024'52" 968.00' 7.00' C9 13016'04" 940.00' 217.67' C10 4011'15" 1800.00' 131.55' C11 13016'04" 912.00' 211.19' C12 11048'41" 102.00' 21.03' C13 112009'22" 68.00' 133.11' C14 17022'01" 102.00' 30.92' C15 124044'02" 68.00' 148.04' C16 13016'04" 968.00' 224.16' C17 4011'15" 1772.00' 129.51' C18 4011'15" 1828.00' 133.60' C19 3022'13" 102.00' 6.00' C20 8026'28" 102.00' 15.03' C21 40026'39" 68.00' 48.00' C22 31016'05" 68.00' 37.11' C23 11048'15" 102.00' 21.01' C24 43031'21" 68.00' 51.65' C25 1005'49" 1828.00' 35.00' C26 1041'33" 1828.00' 54.00' C27 1023'53" 1828.00' 44.60' C28 1043'55" 1772.00' 53.56' C29 1048'27" 1772.00' 55.90' C30 0038'58" 1772.00' 20.04' C31 87042'53" 12.00' 18.37' C32 76048'26" 20.00' 26.81' C33 76048'26" 30.00' 40.22' C34 87042'53" 2.00' 3.06' C35 87006'12" 10.00, 15.20' C36 26022'55" 68.00' 31.31' LINE TABLE NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 (N 00°59'25" E 2.00' R4) L2 (N 00°33'34" E 1.01' R4) L3 (N 89°26'02" W 83.14' R4) L4 (N 00°33'58" E 39.44' R4) L5 (N 63°32'53" W 75.36' R4) L6 N 79039'19" E 41.04' L7 N 11048'41" E 41.04' L8 N 00000'00" E 49.83' L9 N 17022'01" W 41.04' L10 N 72037'59" W 41.04' L11 N 85048'45" W 600.96' L12 N 85048'45" W 432.00' L13 N 89026'12" W 30.50' L14 N 02024'29" W 49.09' L15 N 85018'24" E 23.53' L16 N 02024'29" W 39.60' DETAIL U N.T.S. NO2" 19' 50" W RAD N89" 26' 02"W RAD G IN A �ILo L- L13 J � � N IN to a L15 L15 10' DETAIL 'A' N.T.S. 17 16 I L2 N00° 33' 38" E ---- RAD (N00° 33' 34" E C1 76.01' R4) SOMMERS BEND - - L1 0 \\cp.rickeng.com\projects\C-SD-M\17883CM-Roripcugh\Survey\Tract-37341-14\17883AM-14fm07-McpSht.dgn PLOT DATE: 10-FEB-2020 JN 16464 0 Q O Lu Fw I W Lu IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-14 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 15 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY LINE TABLE NAME DIRECTION LENGTH SCALE:"= 6�' L1 N 68017'10" W 59.16' L2 N 86000'00" W 65.61' L3 N 88011'15" W 42.84' 60 O 60 �20 L4 N 80020'41" E 52.19' L5 N 83035'55" W 62.45' L6 N 89026'12" W 30.50' L7 IN 00033'58" E 39.44' R4) L8 IN 63032'53" W 75.36' R4) L9 IN 86°23'30" W 38.83' R4) L10 IN 76055'53" W 46.49' R4) C1 14.37' ' 25.07' J I I I I I 10, I I I I I I I I U� CL \ Q �I \ wl \ \ ini \ r- C2 N68° 02'3� � W 'Z6 113 98, 02 "BASIN" '1146,,°26.03„ * ?0S3-R 9j NS8° 0/ �S- SEE SHEET NO. 7 64 67 APRIL 2019 CURVE TABLE NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC ---- Cl ----------- (93007'17" -------- 10.00, -------- 16.25' R4 C2 (21052'42" 384.50' 146.82' R4 C3 ( 4006'27" 615.50' 44.12' R4 C4 (46007'57" 50.00' 40.26' R4 C5 (29007'48" 35.00' 17.79' R4 C6 ( 5050'29" 615.50' 62.75' R4 C7 (41002'11" 50.00' 35.81' R4 C8 (31034'47" 35.00' 19.29' R4 C9 (31015'22" 35.00' 19.09' R4 C10 (38033'15" 50.00' 33.64' R4. SHEET 8 OF 8 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. irRZ% TT H(o. 37 3@ a IJ VII B 4 V 8 / 8 0- 0 8 4,,/ A, c, I (N86°23'3011W 298.26' 56'06" / o 5 83 72. 48, R4) W I L9 % (N86° 18' 37" E (N86° 23' 30" W "LANDSCAPE/SLOPE" 93.93' R4) 93.33' 134) L 10 N85° 48' 45"W 432.00, 1.468 ACRES 55 , N7l'01'38„w 108.43 N85°48'45"W L5 k-4 L3 L2 TO 6° 6fl ZI o 8 � SEE SHEET NO. 6 SEE SHEET NO. 5 co � c r,i c= co w 0 0 0 0 0 Z ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT SHEET TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 (S 64°10'07" E 137.86' R4) (N 64010'00" W 137.86' 132) L2 (N 71°51'24" E 60.57' R4) (N 71051'21" E 60.57' R2) L3 (N 47054'03" E 206.41' R4) (N 47054'00" E 206.41' R2) L4 (N 74040'31" E 84.91' R4) (N 74040'28" E 84.91' R2) L5 (N 89042'02" E 162.15' 134) (N 89041'59" E 162.15' R2) L6 (N 63056'09" E 113.99' 134) (N 63056'06" E 113.99' R2) L7 (N 84027'29" E 144.82' R4) (N 84027'26" E 144.82' 132) L8 (N 84027'27" E 49.09' 134) (N 84027'24" E 49.09' 133) L9 (S 84012'25" E 129.22' 134) (N 84012'28" W 129.22' 133) L10 (N 83031'26" E 386.16' 134) (N 83031'23" E 386.16' 133) Lll (N 57040'49" E 87.87' 134) (N 57040'46" E 87.87' 133) L12 (N 72009'33" E 161.36' R4) (N 72009'30" E 161.36' R3) L13 (N 81026'12" E 356.89' 134) (N 81026'09" E 356.89' 133) L14 (S 89059'57" E 283.29' 134) (N 90000'00" W 283.29' 133) L15 (S 83050'13" E 159.06' R4) (N 83050'16" W 159.06' 133) L16 (N 61056'25" E 264.03' R4) (N 61056'22" E 264.03' R3) L17 (N 51006'12" E 146.91' R4) (N 51006'09" E 146.91' 133) L18 (N 40050'09" E 160.77' 134) (N 40050'06" E 160.77' 133) L19 (N 45027'37" E 97.37' 134) (N 45027'34" E 97.37' 133) L20 (N 55057'04" E 292.00' 134) (N 55057'01" E 292.00' 133) L21 (N 71033'59" E 183.58' 134) (N 71033'56" E 183.58' 133) L22 (N 10059'51" W 41.74' R4) (N 10059'54" W 41.74' R3) L23 (N 46017'13" W 70.83' R4) (N 46017'16" W 70.83' 133) L24 (N 30010'20" E 129.03' R4) (N 30°10'17" E 129.03' R3) L25 (N 41058'20" W 153.10' R4) (N 41°58'23" W 153.10' R3) L26 (N 68029'22" E 150.04' R4) (N 68029'19" E 150.04' R3) L27 (N 49018'15" W 61.50' 134) (N 49018'18" W 61.50' 133) L28 (N 27042'29" W 157.42' R4) (N 27042'32" W 157.42' R3) L29 (N 3009'15" E 69.52' R4) (N 3009'12" E 69.52' R3) L30 (N 31°08'52" E 146.57' R4) (N 31°08'49" E 146.57' R3) L31 (N 59053'24" E 91.23' R4) (N 59053'21" E 91.23' R3) L32 (S 80011'49" E 146.69' R4) (N 80011'52" W 146.69' R3) L33 (S 24°16'03" E 163.27' R4) (N 24°16'06" W 163.27' 133) L34 (S 40°55'25" E 372.57' R4) (N 40055'28" W 372.57' R3) L35 (S 22046'27" E 193.68' R4) (N 22°46'30" W 193.68' R3 L36 (S 0°50'29" E 260.95' R4) (N 0°50'32" W 260.95' 133) L37 (S 8011'57" W 112.76' R4) (N 8011'54" E 112.76' R3) L38 (S 25031'21" W 112.71' 134) (N 25031'18" E 112.71' R3) L39 (S 37018'50" W 85.50' 134) (N 37018'47" E 85.50' R3) L40 (S 5°40'51" E 142.81' R4) (N 5040'54" W 142.81' 133) L41 (S 89010'18" E 85.47' R4) (N 89°10'21" W 85.47' R3) L42 (N 60°44'02" E 96.06' R4) (N 60°43'59" E 96.06' R3) L43 (S 89026'27" E 338.54' R4) (N 89°26'30" W 338.53' R3) L44 (N 0°33'48" E 30.00' R4) (N 0033'47" E 30.00' 132) ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT NOTES IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA UJ J � a 1. THIS PROPERTY IS LOCATED WITHIN 30 W' J MILES OF MOUNT PALOMAR OBSERVATORY. ALL PROPOSED OUTDOOR LIGHTING SYSTEMS TRACT MAP NO, 37341-14 � C7 J�-I SHALL COMPLY WITH THE UAL IFORNIA ~ a INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PALOMAR OBSERVATORY RECOMMENDATIONS, ORDINANCE NO. 655. 2. THIS PROJECT IS WITHIN A LIQUEFACTION HAZARD ZONE. � 7 = � a 20 J BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 15 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, °a N IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 J WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. n � J L45--V- L5 (N89° 39' 10"W 5282, 95' R4)-V (N89° 39' 12"W 5282,87' R2 & R3) DETAIL "A " APRIL 2019 N.T.S. 10 CITY LIMIT \ \ NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L55 (N 38°15'21" E 663.57' 134) LINE - (N 38°15'24" E 663.55' R1) 1 1 L45 (S 89039'10" E 319.78' 134) (N 38°15'19" E 663.55' R2) IN 89039'12" W 319 80' R2► L56 (N 38015/2111 " E 655.50' R4) RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET (N88° 29' 38" E 5296.39' R4) (N88° 29' 37" E 5296.39' R2 & 133) CONTINUED TABLE DATA MURRIE (N 38 15 19 E 655.48 R2) �, 77A HOT L46 ( N 0°21 ' 22" E 265.43' R4) L57 (N 0° 33' 48" E 485.01' 134) o --R\r SPRINGS ROAD J (N 0020' 58" E 265.41 ' R2 ) (N 0° 33' 47" E 485.01' R2) N I L58 (N 890 39' 10" W 55.00' R4) - L47 (S 89026;26" E 126.20' R4) (N 89°39'12" W 55.00' R2 & R3) � - ( N 89 26 26" W 126.19' R2 ) L59 (N 890 39' 10" W 601.73' 134) \��' 7 T /V �0 ° L48 (N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' R4) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601. 61' R2) `P\� r- = `�� 16 I A, o ( N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' 132 ) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601. 50' PM 14/93-94) �'s o� u'; �, �1 I NAME DELTA RAD I US ARC- "' � 0 �1 LI) L49 (N 48°26'50" W 30.47' R4) _ �� r a'� w ttI �' w N 48 ° 25' S0" W 30.48' R2 ) C1 (23° 23' 23" 1600.00' 653.17' R4) 1-4 �L23 s 0 �� L50 (N 36044' 32" E 122.41 ' 34) (23° 23' 33" 1600.00' 653.24' R1 & R2) 21 �L22 (nIU; ��� \ oa \�� ( N 36 °44' 30" E 122.39' R2 ► C2 (2° 08' 52" 1600.00' 59.98' R4) �" r o (/) - - - RORIPAUGH C3 (35° �2' 42' 1600. 00' 992.60 R4) & R2) j /r � Z o Cl \ VALLEY I I L51 ( N 89 ° 26' 26" W 500.00' R41 ° „ v Z ROAD L52 (N 0033'48" E 1610.00' R4) (35°3246" 1600.00' 992.63' R1 & R2) (N 0034'04"E 1610.00' R1) J a-- 8 O - L53 IN 38015'21" E 82.30' R4) j� IN 38015'18"E 82.30' R2) �'��� ��°� Imo; pC�j z�,o ° LO 66. l / L54 (N 0033'48" E 150.19' 134) 0 'jv r LIN "/ H &O pi N53° 53' 32"W R 0 - T I Lf� C« �7 L� LL,% 55' - 55'= �� �'j�� 12��0� ��6• IN 0033'47"E 150.19' R2 8 133) �12 L13 �L14� L15 :-�� o oo L8 Lg L10 �� �GAC�� �]0 ® 377 �� a L41 rnAclr v0 L53 �' 3734�_3 HE Zoo/go-go L ` �.�N81°306"E 37 34 2 465. - R41, /f(2, N81 36 , E Q ' ,,� tih,465.13' ( 4 `' h�h D �Glcu �/ L---�lb 2a' �a - _ HDo® 37306 I o is �QA�� �10 ° � - � � < O \ \ kilo a % o O -25 23 / d- o I \ o V / \ No I D 1 UG3Acu I H0®ca 110, yin �j�nj y� � �Ja /// uG3A�� \ � LI WQ�� uV�o �l1 �� o o O / � W N N �r-� ]O ° 37 3C� ° MO IJVIJ � 4 0 ° / ° 0 - c�J ° Z U Q A O U H 0 ® 1I37 m a FD 1" IP W/PP "FRANK J & LAURA RCE 28029 QN L49 L1 L_� 2 SEEI DETAIL "A " 29 TRACT MAP NO. 37341-14 T7 DN. 0.5, NO REFERENCE (422. 01 �R4 No Lzcs o 0- 0 o ACCEPTED AS POINT p N89 26 26 W) ON SLY LINE OF / [t�V] [3 too/go-go (422.00' R2 R3 & R4--- N89° 26' 26"W) L48 I S / \ L47 _ SOMMERS BEND= _ - �D 1" IP OPEN DN. -0-. (75.81' R4)/ FD 8'X8 STONE MON. NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS L59 MK'D "P17"ON STY POINT ON S'LY LINE OF R3 & R4 (75.84' R2 & R3) SIDE UP 1.2 PER (625.52' R4) (878.58' R4) 66 R2, R3 & R4 o N o (� S S e S 625.59R2 & R3(878.53R2- y "� ----- --� & R3) - 1 _ RANCHO PAUBA BOUNDARY _T (5227.95' R4) (5227.88' R2 & R3) ll / l _ (N89° 39' 10"W 5282.95' R4) (N89° 39' 12"W 5282.87' R2 & R3) �r1f� 1 1 PAR 1 � P"1R � �1 t r�f� � � I \ l � l r' / PJ�JI� 1 '1/ PJ\J1� 15r3,/ P1�Jl= 12 J/ �r1;�, 12 PJ�J1J 1 ' ) � )� �r1;� 1 1 �r�;�,P111J -J I - � / �r1f� SHEET 1 OF 1 SHEETS SURVEYOR'S NOTES 1. INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. 2. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 3. O INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. 4. ALL MONUMENTS SET ARE PER RIVERSIDE COUNTY ORDINANCE 461.21. 5. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 19.237 ACRES GROSS. 6. DRAINAGE EASEMENTS SHALL BE KEPT FREE OF BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTIONS. 7. ALL MONUMENTS SHOWN AS SET SHALL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MONUMENTATION AGREEMENT FOR THIS MAP. 8. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 84 LOTS. 9. - INDICATES SUBDIVISION BOUNDARY. 10. RAID INDICATES RADIAL BEARING. 11. R1 INDICATES RECORD PER PER RS 143/82-89. 12. R2 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 342/73-85. 13. R3 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 401/89-96. 14. R4 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37368 MB 468/89-98. 15. ALL LOT CORNERS OF THIS MAP WILL BE MONUMENTED BY A 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED "LS 8805", FLUSH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 16. C.C. 8 R's, RECORDED ---------------- AS INST. NO -------------- 17. ///// INDICATES RESTRICTED ACCESS. ❑x MONUMENT LOG 1 FD 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", S.E. CORNER SECTION 20 PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 2 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH, "LS 7891", IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. 8 SOUTH LOOP RD. PER R1 & R4, FLUSH. 3 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, DN. 0.1' 4 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD 8 NORTH LOOP ROAD 8 NICHOLAS RD. PER R1 8 R4. 5 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", E.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 6 FD. 3/4" IP W/TAG "LS 4251" PER PMB 95/71-72, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. 7 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 & R4, DN. 0.1'. 8 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. AND RORIPAUGH VALLEY RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 9 FD. 2" IP W/TAG "LS 3483" N.W. CORNER SECTION 21. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 10 FD. 2 1/4" BRASS CAP ON TOP OF 2 1/4" IP ON CONCRETE, STAMPED N.E. CORNER SECTION 21, PER RS 100/52-57, RS 87/28-34, R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.1'. 11 FD STONE MON. W/"P-16" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE W/TACK FOR S.E. CORNER SECTION 21 PER R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.5'. 12 FD 6"X6" STONE MON. W/"P-15" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE NO TACK , E'LY 1/4 CORNER SECTION 21 PER RS 100/52-57, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. SCALE: 1" = 400' 400 0 400 800 BOOK T PAGE 401 TOTAL NUMBERED LOTS: 43 TOTAL LETTERED LOTS: 8 TOTAL NET AREA: 8.423 ACRES TOTAL GROSS AREA: 11.791 ACRES OWNER'S STATEMENT WE HEREBY STATE THAT WE ARE THE OWNERS OF THE LAND INCLUDED WITHIN THE SUBDIVISION SHOWN HEREON; THAT WE ARE THE ONLY PERSONS WHOSE CONSENT IS NECESSARY TO PASS A CLEAR TITLE TO SAID LAND; THAT WE CONSENT TO THE MAKING AND RECORDING OF THIS SUBDIVISION MAP AS SHOWN WITHIN THE DISTINCTIVE BORDER LINE. WE HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: LOTS "A" THROUGH "H", INCLUSIVE. FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES AS SHOWN HEREON. WE ALSO HEREBY DEDICATE ABUTTERS RIGHTS OF ACCESS ALONG SOMMERS BEND TO THE PUBLIC. THE OWNERS OF LOTS 4, 5, 12 THROUGH 17, INCLUSIVE, LOT 24 AND LOT 25 ABUTTING THIS HIGHWAY AND DURING SUCH TIME WILL HAVE NO RIGHTS OF ACCESS EXCEPT THE GENERAL EASEMENT OF TRAVEL. ANY CHANGE OF ALIGNMENT OR WIDTH THAT RESULTS IN THE VACATION THEREOF SHALL TERMINATE THIS DEDICATION AS TO THE PART VACATED. WE ALSO HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT LYING WITHIN LOTS 1 THROUGH 41, INCLUSIVE, AS SHOWN HEREON. THE DEDICATION IS FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES. WE HEREBY RETAIN LOTS "A" THROUGH "H" INDICATED AS "PRIVATE STREET" FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN LOT 42 AND LOT 43 INDICATED AS "LANDSCAPE" FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE PRIVATE ACCESS EASEMENT AS SHOWN HEREON WITHIN LOT 42 FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE PRIVATE PEDESTRIAN EASEMENT AS SHOWN HEREON WITHIN LOT 43 FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. THE REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED BELOW IS DEDICATED AS AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: TO EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT ("DISTRICT''), A PUBLIC AGENCY ORGANIZED AND EXISTING UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT LAW OF 1911, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, A PERPETUAL EASEMENT AND RIGHT OF WAY TO CONSTRUCT, MAINTAIN, ENLARGE, RECONSTRUCT, REMOVE AND REPLACE, OPERATE, INSPECT, REPAIR, IMPROVE AND RELOCATE SEWER, WATER, AND RECYCLED WATER FACILITIES, ALL AS SHOWN ON THIS MAP WITHIN THE SUBDIVISION AND DESIGNATED "SEWER, WATER, AND RECYCLED WATER EASEMENT" HEREON, TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF ACCESS TO AND FROM SAID EASEMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF EXERCISING THE RIGHTS GRANTED IN SAID EASEMENT. OWNER RETAINS THE RIGHT TO USE THE EASEMENT AREA PROVIDED THAT OWNER SHALL NOT CONSTRUCT OR ERECT BUILDINGS, MASONRY WALLS, MASONRY FENCES AND OTHER STRUCTURES OR IMPROVEMENTS, OR PLANT OR GROW TREES OR SHRUBS, OR CHANGE THE SURFACE GRADE OR INSTALL PRIVATELY -OWNED PIPELINES WITHOUT THE PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT OF DISTRICT. OWNER: WOODS I DE 05S, LP, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP BY: NAME: CHRIS CHAMBERS TITLE: VICE PRESIDENT, WDS GP, INC. A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION AS GENERAL PARTNER IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-15 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 16 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY NOTARY ACKNOWLEDGMENT A NOTARY PUBLIC OR OTHER OFFICER COMPLETING THIS CERTIFICATE VERIFIES ONLY THE IDENTITY OF THE INDIVIDUAL WHO SIGNED THE DOCUMENT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE IS ATTACHED, AND NOT THE TRUTHFULNESS, ACCURACY, OR VALIDITY OF THE DOCUMENT. STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF ON BEFORE ME, NOTARY PUBLIC PERSONALLY APPEARED APRIL 2019 TAX BOND CERTIFICATE I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT A BOND IN THE SUM OF $ HAS BEEN EXECUTED AND FILED WITH THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA, CONDITIONED UPON THE PAYMENT OF ALL TAXES, STATE, COUNTY, MUNICIPAL OR LOCAL, AND ALL SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES, WHICH AT THE TIME OF FILING OF THIS MAP WITH THE COUNTY RECORDER ARE A LIEN AGAINST SAID PROPERTY, BUT NOT YET PAYABLE, AND SAID BOND HAS BEEN DULY APPROVED BY SAID BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. DATE: A CASH BOND WHO PROVED TO ME ON THE BASIS OF SATISFACTORY EVIDENCE TO BE THE PERSON(S) WHOSE NAME(S) IS/ARE SUBSCRIBED TO THE WITHIN INSTRUMENT AND ACKNOWLEDGED TO ME THAT HE/SHE/THEY EXECUTED THE SAME IN HIS/HER/THEIR AUTHORIZED CAPACITY(IES), AND THAT BY HIS/HER/THEIR SIGNATURE(S) ON THE INSTRUMENT THE PERSON(S), OR THE ENTITY UPON BEHALF OF WHICH THE PERSON(S) ACTED, EXECUTED THE INSTRUMENT. I CERTIFY UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA THAT THE FOREGOING PARAGRAPH IS TRUE AND CORRECT. WITNESS MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL SIGNATURE NAME: NOTARY PUBLIC IN AND FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE PRINCIPAL COUNTY OF BUSINESS: COMMISSION EXPIRES: COMMISSION # OF NOTARY: CITY CLERK'S STATEMENT THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, BY ITS CITY CLERK, RANDI JOHL, HEREBY APPROVES THE TRACT MAP AND ACCEPTS THE OFFER OF DEDICATION OF LOTS "A" THROUGH "H" MADE HEREON FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY AND SERVICE VEHICLES WE ALSO HEREBY ACCEPT THE DEDICATION OF ABUTTERS RIGHTS OF ACCESS ALONG SOMMERS BEND AS DEDICATED. WE ALSO HEREBY ACCEPT THE 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT AS DEDICATED. DATED: BY- 2020 RANDI JOHL CITY CLERK, CITY OF TEMECULA SOILS REPORT PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 66490 OF THE STATE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT, A PRELIMINARY SOILS REPORT WAS PREPARED BY LEIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES, INC., REGISTERED IN THE STATE OF CA. PROJECT NO. 10967.108 ON JUNE 25, 2018, ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY ENGINEER, CITY OF TEMECLULA. JON CHRISTENSEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR IN 20—. TAX COLLECTOR'S CERTIFICATE DEPUTY I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ACCORDING TO THE RECORDS OF THIS OFFICE, AS OF THIS DATE, THERE ARE NO LIENS AGAINST THE PROPERTY SHOWN ON THE WITHIN MAP FOR UNPAID STATE, COUNTY, MUNICIPAL, OR LOCAL TAXES, OR SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES, EXCEPT TAXES OR SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES NOW A LIEN BUT NOT YET PAYABLE, WHICH ARE ESTIMATED TO BE $ DATE: JON CHRISTENSEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR 20. DEPUTY SIGNATURE OMISSIONS PURSUANT TO SECTION 66436 OF THE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT, THE SIGNATURES OF THE FOLLOWING OWNERS OF EASEMENTS AND/OR OTHER INTERESTS HAVE BEEN OMITTED: AN EASEMENT IN FAVOR OF GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES RECORDED DECEMBER 5, 1988 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 88-354239, 0. R. CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD. EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT'S ACCEPTANCE STATEMENT I HEREBY STATE THAT THE EASEMENT DEDICATED ON THIS MAP TO THE EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT IS HEREBY ACCEPTED AND THE DISTRICT CONSENTS TO THE RECORDATION THEREOF BY ITS DULY AUTHORIZED OFFICER. DATE: SHEILA ZELAYA, BOARD SECRETARY OF THE EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS THEREOF SHEET 1 OF 6 SHEETS RECORDER'S STATEMENT FILED THIS DAY OF 20 , AT .M IN BOOK OF MAPS, AT PAGES AT THE REQUEST OF THE CITY CLERK OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA. NO. FEE: PETER ALDANA, ASSESSOR -COUNTY CLERK -RECORDER DEPUTY SUBDIVISION GUARANTEE: FIRST AMERICAN TITLE COMPANY SURVEYOR'S STATEMENT THIS MAP WAS PREPARED BY ME OR UNDER MY DIRECTION AND IS BASED UPON A FIELD SURVEY IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT AND LOCAL ORDINANCE AT THE REQUEST OF WOODSIDE 05S, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP IN JANUARY 2018. 1 HEREBY STATE THAT ALL MONUMENTS ARE OF THE CHARACTER AND OCCUPY THE POSITIONS INDICATED OR THAT THEY WILL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS OF THE MONUMENT AGREEMENT FOR THE MAP AND THAT THE MONUMENTS ARE, OR WILL BE, SUFFICIENT TO ENABLE THE SURVEY TO BE RETRACED, AND THAT THIS FINAL MAP SUBSTANTIALLY CONFORMS TO THE CONDITIONALLY APPROVED TENTATIVE MAP. THIS SURVEY IS TRUE AND COMPLETE AS SHOWN. DATE: LAND S��\ Roy Fs W I LL I AM ROHAL, L.S. 8805 \TF CF. CA1-\F09 CITY ENGINEER'S STATEMENT I HEREBY STATE THAT THIS MAP CONSISTING OF SIX (6) SHEETS HAS BEEN EXAMINED BY ME OR UNDER MY SUPERVISION AND FOUND TO BE SUBSTANTIALLY THE SAME AS IT APPEARED ON THE TENTATIVE MAP OF TRACT NO. 37341 AS FILED AND APPROVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ON JUNE 20, 2018, THE EXPIRATION DATE BEING JUNE 20, 2021. THAT ALL PROVISIONS OF APPLICABLE STATE LAW AND CITY REGULATIONS HAVE BEEN COMPLIED WITH, AND I AM SATISFIED THIS MAP IS TECHNICALLY CORRECT. DATED: KRIS R. WINCHAK EXP. 3-31-20 (AS DELEGATED) CITY OF TEMECULA 2020 L.S. 6240 FOR PATRICK A. THOMAS, CITY ENGINEER SAND J^ Y 7c o A No. L.S. 6240 � -0F C A��`�% SECTION 21 TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SBM TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 (S 64°10'07" E 137.86' R4) (N 64010'00" W 137.86' 132) L2 (N 71°51'24" E 60.57' R4) (N 71051'21" E 60.57' R2) L3 (N 47054'03" E 206.41' R4) (N 47054'00" E 206.41' R2) L4 (N 74040'31" E 84.91' R4) (N 74040'28" E 84.91' R2) L5 (N 89042'02" E 162.15' 134) (N 89041'59" E 162.15' R2) L6 (N 63056'09" E 113.99' R4) (N 63056'06" E 113.99' 132) L7 (N 84027'29" E 144.82' 134) (N 84027'26" E 144.82' 132) L8 (N 84027'27" E 49.09' 134) (N 84027'24" E 49.09' 133) L9 (S 84012'25" E 129.22' 134) (N 84012'28" W 129.22' 133) L10 (N 83031'26" E 386.16' 134) (N 83031'23" E 386.16' 133) L11 (N 57040'49" E 87.87' 134) (N 57040'46" E 87.87' 133) L12 (N 72009'33" E 161.36' R4) (N 72009'30" E 161.36' R3) L13 (N 81026'12" E 356.89' 134) (N 81026'09" E 356.89' 133) L14 (S 89059'57" E 283.29' 134) (N 90000'00" W 283.29' 133) L15 (S 83050'13" E 159.06' R4) (N 83050'16" W 159.06' 133) L16 (N 61056'25" E 264.03' R4) (N 61056'22" E 264.03' R3) L17 (N 51006'12" E 146.91' R4) (N 51006'09" E 146.91' 133) L18 (N 40050'09" E 160.77' 134) (N 40050'06" E 160.77' 133) L19 (N 45027'37" E 97.37' 134) (N 45027'34" E 97.37' 133) L20 (N 55057'04" E 292.00' 134) (N 55057'01" E 292.00' 133) L21 (N 71033'59" E 183.58' 134) (N 71033'56" E 183.58' 133) L22 (N 10059'51" W 41.74' R4) (N 10059'54" W 41.74' R3) L23 (N 46017'13" W 70.83' R4) (N 46017'16" W 70.83' 133) L24 (N 30010'20" E 129.03' R4) (N 30°10'17" E 129.03' R3) L25 (N 41058'20" W 153.10' R4) (N 41°58'23" W 153.10' R3) L26 (N 68029'22" E 150.04' R4) (N 68029'19" E 150.04' R3) L27 (N 49018'15" W 61.50' 134) (N 49018'18" W 61.50' 133) L28 (N 27042'29" W 157.42' R4) (N 27042'32" W 157.42' R3) L29 (N 3009'15" E 69.52' R4) (N 3009'12" E 69.52' R3) L30 (N 31°08'52" E 146.57' R4) (N 31°08'49" E 146.57' R3) L31 (N 59053'24" E 91.23' R4) (N 59053'21" E 91.23' R3) L32 (S 80011'49" E 146.69' R4) (N 80011'52" W 146.69' R3) L33 (S 24°16'03" E 163.27' R4) (N 24°16'06" W 163.27' 133) L34 (S 40°55'25" E 372.57' R4) (N 40055'28" W 372.57' R3) L35 (S 22046'27" E 193.68' R4) (N 22°46'30" W 193.68' R3 L36 (S 0°50'29" E 260.95' R4) (N 0°50'32" W 260.95' 133) L37 (S 8011'57" W 112.76' R4) (N 8011'54" E 112.76' R3) L38 (S 25031'21" W 112.71' 134) (N 25031'18" E 112.71' R3) L39 (S 37018'50" W 85.50' 134) (N 37018'47" E 85.50' R3) L40 (S 5°40'51" E 142.81' R4) (N 5040'54" W 142.81' 133) L41 (S 89010'18" E 85.47' R4) (N 89°10'21" W 85.47' R3) L42 (N 60°44'02" E 96.06' R4) (N 60°43'59" E 96.06' R3) L43 (S 89026'27" E 338.54' R4) (N 89°26'30" W 338.53' R3) L44 (N 0°33'48" E 30.00' R4) (N 0033'47" E 30.00' 132) BUTTERFIELD STAGE ROAD �7 M 20 e L45�� L 5 9 �(N89* 39' 10" W 5282.95' R4)-A- (N89° 39' 12"W co 5282.87' R2 & R3) DETAIL "A " N.T.S. IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-15 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 16 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET (N88° 29' 38" E 5296.39' R4) (N88° 29' 37" E 5296.39' R2 & 133) APRIL 2019 NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP. 10 CITY LIMIT \ NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L55 (N 38°15'21" E 663.57' 134) LINE - (N 38°15'24" E 663.55' R1) 1 1 L45 (S 89039'10" E 319.78' 134) (N 38°15'19" E 663.55' R2) I IN 89°39'12" W 319 80' R2► L56 (N 38015/21" E 655.50� R4) -5N L32 CONTINUED TABLE DATA (N 38 15 19 E 655.48 R2) MURRIETTA II-IOT I L46 (N 0°21 ' 22" E 265.43' 134) L57 (N 0° 33' 48" E 485.01134) o --R\r A cz SPRINGS ROAD J (N 0 ° 20' 58" E 265.41 ' R2 ) (N 00 33' 47" E 485.01 � R2) � "� N L47 (S 89026'26" E 126.20' R4) L58 (N 89°39�10 W 55.00� R4) N M - - - - IN 89°26'26" W 126.19' R2) (N 89°39 12" W 55.00� R2 & R3) � � � � ti L59 (N 89 39 10 W 601.73 R4) ra \ �' T- �� ° L48 (N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' R4) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.61' R2) `p ;� I Y o� o ( N 0°33' 34" E 76.01 ' R2 ) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.50' PM 14/93-94) �'s o� (n N �1 I NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC- (n �� L� L49 (N 48°26'S0" W 30.47' R4) ��' r a'� w ttI � �' w 6 ( N 48025' 50" W 30.48' R2 ) C1 (23° 23' 23" 1600. 00' 653.17' R4) v ,L23 s t'� C) L50 ( N 36044' 32" E 122.41 ' R4) (23° 23' 33" 1600. 00' 653. 24' R1 & R2) 21 �L22 U; N 36 °44' 30" E 122.39' R2 ► C2 (2° 08' 52" 1600. 00' 59.98' R4) �" r r o - - - RORIPAUGH C3 (35° �2' 42' 1600. 00' 992.60 R4) & R2) j /r Z o z \ VALLEY I I L51 ( N 89 ° 26' 26" W 500.00' R41 ° „ v z ROAD L52 (N 0033'48" E 1610.00' R4) (35°3246" 1600. 00' 992.63' R1 & R2) �°� �� V a� (N 0034'04"E 1610.00' R1) 0 - 8 L53 IN 38015'21" E 82.30' R4) '� (N 38015'18"E 82.30' R2) IR2 o pC�j z � 6%, ° 66. l / L54 (N 0°33'48" E 150.19' R4) 6 r LIN AIIL61�C": Rpg0�4 N53° 53' 32"W R. 0� %, - T I L7 C« �7 L� LL, 55' - 55'= QN L49 LCL_ 2 ICI SEEI DETAIL "A " 29 12�? I �0' ��6• Lg L1(N 0033'47"E 150.19' R2 8 R3) �12 L13 ��4� L1i o �a L43 oo L8 0 �� �GQC�� �]0 ® 37 �� a L41 v0 L53 �' L ` C/�N81°36'16E3734�-2 / �, .ti a �, 465. 73 ,R41, 't 7 0 ® 5 ��; tNg1 36 .13RZ)E 1i Q ' 465' �� ��� �' ( (°��� I` �� �.� I f o a �1 � D D 4 `' h' / L---�' �a �_ - UIRAC U 0® 37306 I o �S �aa0� �10®y ,. ���� � m o 56 c' o 0 0 cV o \ z lel do I \ o I I L- / 24 110, 0 'TRACT, NOo ° 37 _ -- �• zz < u R'f Cc H00 ° 37 30 ° _10?0 4GLQC�4 �10® 3734��14 FD 1"IP W/PP "FRANK--� 37 �(� n & LAURA RCE 28029 EFRENCE (422. 01' R4 [JU] o o 7 DN.ACCEPTED RASE POINT N89° 26' 26"W) ON S'LY LINE OF (422.00' R2 R3 & R4------" N89° 26' 26"W) L48 TRACT MAP NO. 37341-15 _ / L47 _ SOMMERS BEN D= - -1 FD 1" IP OPEN DN. 0.5 (75.81 R4) FD 8%8 STONE MON. - -- NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS L59 MKT"P17"ON STY S'LY LINE OF R3 & R4 (75.84' R2 & R3) SIDE UP 1.2 POINT ON PER i (625.52' R4) (878.58' R4) 6 L45 R2, R3 & R4 'T R Q C�'T H 0 ° 37 3C� o a o o ° e ° , � - - - - - � � Q � � � � � � � � 625.59 R2 & R3)� (878.53 R2 & R3) \ --- (5227.95' R4) (5227.88' R2 & R3) RANCHO PAUBA BIOUNDARY (N89° 39' 10"W 5282.95' 134) (N89° 39' 12"W 5282.87' R2 & 133) .pl\ll.-D, 1 zf"/ FJ\JI.,E-jl 15r3,/ Pl\Jl= 12 J/ _PAR 1 12 _pJ\JIJ 1 4 _PATR 1 1 _PATR � P2 _pAR j 3 / pAJ� ° 93- )5 93-3--3 9 57-5-3 m 5 _j I -72 4 a 6, m o m >_ oa o = m U z z = ao 12 [ifm L� N m LL, L7 �� M co LL 11 N M � N 1 o CD �L?0� � � J u T LL M c.fl N \ W M N\ � o \� Z � v, J LL' L� SHEET 2 OF 6 SHEETS SURVEYOR'S NOTES 1. INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. 2. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 3. O INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. 4. ALL MONUMENTS SET ARE PER RIVERSIDE COUNTY ORDINANCE 461.21. 5. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 11.791 ACRES GROSS. 6. DRAINAGE EASEMENTS SHALL BE KEPT FREE OF BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTIONS. 7. ALL MONUMENTS SHOWN AS SET SHALL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MONUMENTATION AGREEMENT FOR THIS MAP. 8. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 43 LOTS. 9. - INDICATES SUBDIVISION BOUNDARY. 10. RAID INDICATES RADIAL BEARING. 11. R1 INDICATES RECORD PER PER RS 143/82-89. 12. R2 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 342/73-85. 13. R3 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 401/89-96. 14. R4 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37368 MB 468/89-98. 15. ALL LOT CORNERS OF THIS MAP WILL BE MONUMENTED BY A 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED "LS 8805", FLUSH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 16. C.C. 8 R's, RECORDED ---------------- AS INST. NO -------------- 17. ///// INDICATES RESTRICTED ACCESS. ❑X MONUMENT LOG 1 FD 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", S.E. CORNER SECTION 20 PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 2 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH, "LS 7891", IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. 8 SOUTH LOOP RD. PER R1 & R4, FLUSH. 3 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, DN. 0.1' 4 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD 8 NORTH LOOP ROAD 8 NICHOLAS RD. PER R1 8 R4. 5 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", E.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 6 FD. 3/4" IP W/TAG "LS 4251" PER PMB 95/71-72, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. 7 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 & R4, DN. 0.1'. 8 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. AND RORIPAUGH VALLEY RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 9 FD. 2" IP W/TAG "LS 3483" N.W. CORNER SECTION 21. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 10 FD. 2 1/4" BRASS CAP ON TOP OF 2 1/4" IP ON CONCRETE, STAMPED N.E. CORNER SECTION 21, PER RS 100/52-57, RS 87/28-34, R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.1'. 11 FD STONE MON. W/"P-16" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE W/TACK FOR S.E. CORNER SECTION 21 PER R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.5'. 12 FD 6"X6" STONE MON. W/"P-15" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE NO TACK , E'LY 1/4 CORNER SECTION 21 PER RS 100/52-57, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. SCALE: 1" = 400' 400 0 400 800 AULD RD , 0 MURRIETq HOT 2 p SPRINGS RD S/TE 'o 79 Ro NjC4�-AS cn o0 CANTRELL RD m m LA SERENA v 15 WAY v MARGARITA �0 RD o f 9� MEADOWS PKWY VICINITY MAP N.T.S. _-J-- SEDGE WAy --- � c� u Zi a � J O -ccI J 0 o0 0 Q E5 It w o cr o� o� z � W o ;T o 00 0 �o O O Z N) � v`O ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT NOTE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINTS SHEET AFFECTING THIS MAP IS ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE OF THE CITY ENGINEER, CITY OF TEMECULA, IN E.C.S. BOOK T , PAGE 402 . THIS AFFECTS ALL LOTS. (N86023'30"W (328.13' R4) \, N27" 54' 1_0" W RAD PRC pp°w lN��°ppo �ql 5• IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-15 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 16 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY I I I I I BOUNDARY MAP APRIL 2019 TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC ---- Ll ---------------- (N 72-01'00" W --------- 50.00' 134) C1 (17-59'00" 750.00' 235.40' R4 L2 (N 90000'00" W 190.00' R4) C2 ( 5°51'03" 750.00' 76.59' R4 L3 (N 76055'53" W 25.63' R4) C3 ( 5°51'03" 713.00' 72.81' R4 L4 (N 14047'38" E 41.04' R4) C4 (17-59'00" 713.00' 223.79' R4 L5 (N 02034'23" W 40.15' R4) C5 (22°37'29" 787.00' 310.77' R4 L6 (N 46017'12" W 37.32' R4) C6 (40°58'16" 50.00' 35.75' R4 L7 (N 45000'00" E 38.18' R4) C7 (31°30'40" 35.00' 19.25' R4 L8 (N 17022'01" W 41.04' R4) C8 (69°22'59" 68.00' 82.35' R4 L9 (N 16024'58" W 77.09' R4) C9 (17°22'01" 102.00' 30.92' R4 L10 (N 05051'03" W 88.53' R4) C10 (17°30'35" 102.00' 31.17' R4 L11 (N 76048'13" W 71.04' R4) C11 (95-04'36" 68.00' 112.84' R4 L12 (N 0021'36" E 2636.10' R4) C12 (41°06'07" 50.00' 35.87' R4 (N 0021'34" E 2636.07' R2 8 R3) C13 (31°22'02" 35.00' 19.16' R4 L13 (N 0033'48" E 150.19' R4) C14 ( 2°08'06" 1691.50' 63.03' R4 (N 0033'47" E 150.19' R2 8 R3) NO3° 27' 42" E RAD PRC ----- 501.20' R4) \ / (A=13046' 29" R=1691.50' L=406.66' R4) (A=11 ° 38' 23" L=343. 63' R4) 173.06' 1 \` C14 LLI Q QO Z o ,� IN N01 ° 19' 36" E RAD o N Cli w �j v U r "' N89° 51' 26"W RAID l6 �1 (N90° 00' 00" E 290.42' 34 ) TRACT MAP NO. 37341-15 N04_38� 29 W_RADJ _ C743- '59 22R=750.00' LR4) M' 1 \ \ \ O 0 \ C1 \, ti -00 28' 03.697" CONVERGENCE ANGLE AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION 21 SHEET 3 OF 6 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. SURVEYOR'S NOTES THE BASIS OF BEARINGS FOR THIS SURVEY IS THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM, NAD 83 (NSRS 2011) EPOCH 2O10.00, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, ZONE 6 , AS DETERMINED LOCALLY BY A TIE BETWEEN CONTINUOUSLY OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS) "P477", "BILL" AND "PMOB" AS SHOWN HEREON. (I.E. N 28° 53'23" E) DISTANCES SHOWN HEREON ARE GROUND DISTANCES. GRID DISTANCES MAY BE OBTAINED BY MULTIPLYING GROUND DISTANCES BY 0.999901821, AVERAGE ELEVATION ABOVE MEAN SEA LEVEL = 1354'. LEGEND INDICATES BOUNDARY INDICATES CENTER LINE INDICATES LOT LINE INDICATES EXISTING LOT LINE INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH TO BE SET PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. O INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. INDICATES CONTINUOUS OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS, AS NOTED). SCALE: 1" = 100' CORS STATION "BILL" 0 0 100 0 160 200 E 6313564. �750 w N88° 29' 38" E w 5295.87' (GRID) 10 ' 47" E g N880 29' 38" E � 6 � � ��0.�/ J (N82° 26 21 R4) 5296.39' < 7 6 50 .10' �(N88° 29' 37" E 20 21 5296.39' �� ��� LLJ ....I Q ��/ O N OO � o2f N w uVll o o o / o ctiJ o ctiJ o �I �J^co Z/ Z N�a, ��O ago rn�I 12 ti c N89026' 12"W ti 55. 00' _ .9S NQ z � , �6�5 BUTTERFIELD �0 �L L13 �� 11 9? 6- STAGE ROAD I `G� \ �� ��''y 0 - (183.15' R4) - - - - O (423.51' R4) , R4) _ 606.66 � L2 C3 1 (N84° 08' 57"=��0 606.66 R4) L2 C2 ---- I SOMMERS BEND _----- A O O 7RAC 7 H0.37308 HE Zo a / ago-fl �o• �� CORS STATION "PMOB" \ I �/o ^�ti�Q� E 2074153.126 / ��` �� Via, �L 0P 3a2p •gyp' lG 32,w 9 BASIS OF BEARINGS DETAIL N.T.S. STATION "P477" 27663.6770 98482.8020 I I I 70 1so I o p 1 1—_ �— o - SEDGE WAy � I Cs� Q � J J 0 � Q � LOT 42 "LANDSCAPE/ACCESS" 29 31 32 33 34 L30 4 _ SEDGE — — LOT A PRIVATE STREET 28 QmQUow�I�m 21 22 27 Z aw aN 23 25 g 24 17 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-15 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 16 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY APRIL 2019 vaaC r Ho. 37308 19 35 'rGNAC r H(0. 37 30 o [Ulm 40 o/ 8 0 e0 o 16 17 GOLDBACK WAY _ "D" PRIVATE STREET \LOT �< Q m � 15 m om 14 13 �� m Z 36 1 37 u- W 0 W 1 I> \ O �a 12 SHEET INDEX MAP LOT 43 "LANDSCAPE" 38 39 40 41 SOND ,AY _ G PRIVATE STREET LOT 9 8 m� 10 7 I < r 6 m n 6 A m 11 1 rn i 5 \� SOMMERS BEND __-------- �4 una Vu IJVOO o 37 3V O 'TmAC 'T M O ® 37 30 1 Ho 168/80=0o 2 1 is 3 0 HE Zoe/ se -go SHEET 4 OF 6 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. SURVEYOR'S NOTES THE BASIS OF BEARINGS FOR THIS SURVEY IS THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM, NAD 83 (NSRS 2011) EPOCH 2O10.00, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, ZONE 6 ,AS DETERMINED LOCALLY BY A TIE BETWEEN CONTINUOUSLY OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS) "P477", "BILL" AND "PMOB" AS SHOWN HEREON. (I.E. N 28° 53'23" E) DISTANCES SHOWN HEREON ARE GROUND DISTANCES. GRID DISTANCES MAY BE OBTAINED BY MULTIPLYING GROUND DISTANCES BY 0.999901821, AVERAGE ELEVATION ABOVE MEAN SEA LEVEL = 1354'. LEGEND INDICATES BOUNDARY INDICATES CENTER LINE INDICATES LOT LINE INDICATES EXISTING EASEMENT LINE INDICATES RESTRICTED ACCESS RIGHTS OINDICATES SHEET NO. EASEMENT NOTES 1 AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA RECORDED DECEMBER 5, 1988 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 88-354239, O.R. CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD. 2 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT DEDICATED HEREON. 3 A PRIVATE ACCESS EASEMENT WITHIN LOT 42. 4 A PRIVATE PEDESTRIAN EASEMENT WITHIN LOT 43. 5 AN EASEMENT FOR UNDERGROUND ELECTRICAL SUPPLY SYSTEMS AND COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY RECORDED NOVEMBER 20, 2019 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 2019-0479667, O.R. 6 AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES DEDICATED HEREON. 7 AN EASEMENT DEDICATED TO EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT FOR SEWER AND WATER PURPOSES WITHIN LOTS "A" THROUGH "H': SCALE: 1" = 100' mmmo 100 0 160 200 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-15 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 16 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY APRIL 2019 CURVE TABLE NAME DELTA RADIUS ----------------------- Cl (40058'16" 50.00' C2 (31030'40" 35.00' C3 (69022'59" 68.00' C4 (17022'01" 102.00' SCALE:1 50' C5 48046'40" 68.00' C6 24025'16" 68.00' C7 15000'38" 102.00' 50 0 50 100 C8 1 °31 ' 20" 713.00' C9 4018'00" 713.00' C10 15021'35" 102.00' C11 12014'26" 102.00' C12 8046'14" 46.00' C13 2046'12" 102.00' C14 12008'35" 102.00' C15 118009'40" 68.00' C16 01031'20" 750.00' C17 4020'08" 787.00' C18 0048'24" 787.00' C19 2021'26" 787.00' 00 �\ 0 ` I � � m N86° 00' 00" W N88° 05' 38" E 58.00' 58.31' 7IRQo'T Ho ® IS7 30 (N86° 23' 30"W 501.20' R4) (328.13' R4) LOT 42 "LANDSCAPE/ACCESS" 0.617 ACRES - N86° 00' 00" W 173. 93, 58.00, 58 0 ' S N (9; N87°58'22"W SHEET 5 OF 6 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. LINE TABLE ARC NAME DIRECTION LENGTH -------- 35.75' R4) ---- L1 ---------------- (N 72°01'00" --------- W 50.00' R4) 19.25' R4) L2 (N 86000'00" W 5.00' 134) 82.35' R4) L3 (N 76055'53" W 25.63' R4) 30.92' R4) L4 (N 14047'38" E 41.04' R4) 57.89' L5 (N 02034'23" W 40.15' R4) 28.98' L6 (N 46017'12" W 37.32' R4) 26.72' L7 N 76037'59" E 41.04' 18.94' L8 N 90000'00" E 48.42' 53.51' L9 N 90000'00" E 26.63' 27.34' L10 N 72037'59" E 41.04' 21.79' L11 N 14047'38" E 41.04' 7.04' L12 N 02034'23" W 42.42' 4.93' L13 N 44017'12" W 35.93' 21.62' L14 N 49000'00" E 24.04' 140.24' L15 N 41000'00" W 24.04' 19.93' L16 N 40042'38" W 30.66' 59.55' L17 N 43013'36" E 31.55' 11.08, L18 N 30027'56" W 19.72' 32.38' L19 N 04000'00" E 24.16' L20 N 04000'00" E RAD 36.21' L21 N 86000'00" W 90.00, L22 N 49015'38" E 93.82' L23 N 84011'16" E 35.26' L24 N 84033'44" W 3.94' L25 N 05026'16" E 6.00' L26 N 84033'44" W 9.63' L27 N 84033'44" W 11.37' L28 N 05026'16" E 11.46' L29 N 07047'20" E 5.00' RAID L30 N 04000'00" E RAD 11.39' (173.06' R4) - W I 0 0 7.93 58.10 00 W N 0 0 58.00' 0 I SO o O C> oco O O co o110 M L0 p f °° 4, Z 30O31 W o29 32 $ '� o 34 o35 i , O O O � m O �QOo / Z O 2 � rn O e- O r`') Q N Z / --�---- �,> Z O Z o ZI a O . 1`/ -58.00'_ SEDGE o -58. 00 - 58. 00'- N86° 00'00"W - -58.00 --48.65' z / /' C14/ 3g.6l'- - C5 ---- ^h / w/4Y co 280. 65' 'T m 2 o'T H (0. 37 30 a - _ 120�_ N86° 00' 00" W LOT 'A" " C4 0 388.39, to PRIVATE titi c's L2 C0 o i 45. 00 45. 00' - 6 7 263. 39, N STREET 00 NI o to N86° 00' 00"W , N SEDGE 107. 74 � 49. 03, ,�, d -75. 00, � L21 _ N86° 00' 00" W wAY 6 Oo 00 00 2 28, �--2 ; �� - 79.36'- o N 56.00' 8 2 �,`'� m rl_ I i� w M o Cs� z� 28 �Ini- Mo ® r; O 21 O O v 1 28.00' A (7 O a' � o N 20 6 7 r- z N86° 00' 33 W 92. 00 I `-`' � oo F- co �� , \ i ,,� I o N oN Z 3 � � N � o N86° 00' 00" W 107.00' � � D oo rn oo Q o A=2° 00' 26" L=3.57 -w U 27 O° Z a W (� o 10.44' N87° 25' 37" E 112.12' 3 _ io z 3 v ---, ° N73' 45' 34"W RAD �� - - 22 v, o N89° 26' 03" E RAD " 128.00 �� - - o-- I a --- No cn - �_-1---4"E RAD w o 19 A N86° 00' 00" W 98.64' �" m a� O '' N86° 00' 00" W 112. 24' o A ,,��' J co 28.00' F- z Z � C13 O � 3 N / J� O z I C13 10.31' N87° 25' 37" E 94.84' O r i � -o l6' 26 2 0 0 Ln o a, 5. 91' -� N m D �� (N90° 00' 00" E 290. 42' R4) �3 / a) Q o 2 23 c� co � m o - PRIVATE GOLDBACK WAY o C12 = I STREET N90° 00' 00" E 398.00' �- �( N L" C> �`�%'N 109. 03' 57. 00' 6 7 o N N86° 00' 00"W 92. 18' i _ -- C12 18 0 A r'� o z -! - o0 0 52.58 �`' `� 205.34'�- N79" 45' 36"W RAD 1 v I N86° 00' 00" W '" �- 9- 0 192.66 ' io 06 LOT "D" � N 103. 5 7' a'_ l �g o o o o 0 6 7 0`�' 1 `� N87° 45' 36"E RAD v' o,' \ l,. ``�Q4, 9 , ho C4 "V L9 N90° 00' 00" E 104.00' L8 oo rn o��/�PO `�j 0,1%'-'�(Oc•D ``b ` ono '��� �;`Slo �16' o0 8 cV �-� 0 r �J - ,rl, 25 .2 �'� R=46.04 0� 1'� ,�, ��P 6� 2� Sr, ` 32,1A Iw Z �,� � �- q''� D:o,`° �1 • °� ' 0�O ' 00, C6 cp47. 00 24 ° 1 3/ W 0=10° 04' 23'1 5 J \� N04° , �g0 N w Z i L=138.36' --- - 00 00"E RAD_ R_46, 2 wLu o J N N 17 M - J Lij ai �_- - d=12° N � �� 0 3 (A= 22° 37' 29 ��R=787. 33 06„ 1 4i 15 i- w o W o a� Q SEE DETAIL 'A' I 00 L =310. 77' - 2. 41 '�"- Lu N 16 --30 l w m i o OJ Q o o Z N05 i R4) ir) 1, o to �I o > o 0 __25 54�� N W �� (� 32° 59' 24" - - - E RAD R_= 787' 48.80' ° o"' �� oo i o I o z O Z R=750.00, - d'6 o I: N' z (n W L =431. 84 0/ � � = )s �s 6„ Z IZ z i Lo o � I 94. �00' O cl)R4` - ^�l 12p, o d=5059' ; Z Mj 47.00'----47.00' o/ L=74.474 I z� 1J l�6 H W ---------_�/ ,0 4�17°59,0p" 9 /C8 116.67' W_R=713' LLI QM 00' 23. 79R4) (190.00' N N90°00'00"E R4) MF B of � (4=1�°59"0o - *I C16 �; W \ R=750. 00' L=235 40 - -� 49.67° 67.00 W R4) (N90 00 00 E 190.00 R4) 4- Cn 25 24 o � N � � J � � L/2�6 L27 10' _------ A=10°04'23" 5 L24 �` - 5• ILo 5' - - - L23 L30 J C17 C19 - J I 5 d 11733'06" E� (d- 22 37 29" R=787.00' 2. 41-�� T lqQ o u H o® IST'sa 8 L=310.77' R4) N05°25C18 RAD R=7D7' DETAIL 'A' l o O o N.T.S. Ml U \\cp.rickeng.com\projects\C-SD-M\17883CM-Roripcugh\Survey\Tract-37341-15\17883AM-15fm05-McpSht.dgn PLOT DATE: 10-FEB-2020 JN 16464 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-15 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 16 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY APRIL 2019 LINE TABLE NAME DIRECTION LENGTH 14 L1 (N 45000'00" E 38.18' R4) L2 (N 17022'01" W 41.04' R4) SCALE: 1" = 50' L3 (N 82 ° 26' 47" E 21 .10' R4) L4 (N 86023'30" W 501.20' R4) L5 (N 76048'13" W 71.04' R4) 50 0 50 100 L6 N 41013'23" E 35.59' L7 N 00000'00" E 4.59' L8 N 72037'59" W 41.04' L9 N 90000'00" E 48.42' L10 N 40042'38" W 30.66' L11 N 37026'47" E 24.04' L12 N 52033'13" W 24.04' L13 N 05051'03" W 27.99' L14 N 80011'12" W 41.04' L15 N 82026'47" E 24.75' L16 N 77013'36" W 35.50' 'TINAC 'T IN]Oo ® Is Is (N a NO3° 27' 42" E RAD PRC L4 -� L5 Mj o 14 `o o / o 0° = 0 o 19 (A=13°46'29" R=1691.50' L=406.66' R4) (6=11 ° 38' 23" L=343. 63' R4) N01 " 19' 36" E RAD \\moo A \ � N z N89056' 51 "W 113.99' 55.49' 58.50' ' 1 Ln L16 w w N O 0 w w Lo z zCDw cn �? LAw 41 1'J w w "�' "=' 40 pO p 6W LA `z -LA39 o 36 37LA 'o_ 38 CD 71 LTI O O 2 O v rn � � _ _58.04'co f-0 - �vl] _C19-58.00'- --58.00'- co 3 00 249'51 o 13 SHEET 6 OF 6 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. CURVE TABLE NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC Cl ( 5051'03" 750.00' 76.59' R4 C2 ( 5051'03" 713.00' 72.81' R4 C3 (41006'07" 50.00' 35.87' R4 C4 (31022'02" 35.00' 19.16' R4 C5 ( 2008'06" 1691.50' 63.03' R4 C6 (17030'35" 102.00' 31.17' R4 C7 (95004'36" 68.00' 112.84' R4 C8 15000'38" 102.00' 26.72' C9 17022'01" 102.00' 30.92' C10 1052'06" 46.00' 1.50' C11 103008'32" 46.00' 82.81' C12 2039'09" 713.00' 33.01' C13 3011'54" 713.00' 39.80' C14 26057'46" 68.00' 32.00' C15 42024'23" 68.00' 50.33 C16 12057'31" 68.00' 15.38' C17 2012'02" 102.00' 3.92' C18 15009'59" 102.00' 27.00' C19 22006'14" 68.00' 26.23' C20 17022'01" 102.00' 30.92' C21 0029'16" 1691.50' 14.40' LOT 43 "LANDSCAPE" 0.562 116.01' N82° 23' S1 E 58. 00' 58. OV SEE DETAIL 'A' 5g"E L15 Nl1° p0 58,26 z z o 1 CA DETAIL 'A' N.T.S. 1N=11° 38' 23,E R=1691.50 L=343.63' R4) W RAD C21 NOg q9-31 _ k R=1691.50 � � O Q� m ol 'wo 0 0 �w 0. 48' - 58' N82° 26' 4l E Y 356, 94' L 14 ONDER W A _ /N S 81.49' C20 I o 6 7 N82° 26' 4l" E 45.00' 45.00' W 101.44' �-� - LD-T "G" of F lio N820 26' q7 E > PRIVATE 206.55 of N82° 26' 41"E o 90.00-81.50,- 48.19' Z I STREE 47„ E 158.36' 0 6, N82° 26 _ _ -15. 00 28.00' 6, w 0 W r- - 83.36 1 28.00' o �, I 1 o W o �� z 2 �, m 0 N z � o Lu `� J / Wwrn 8 00 o mo i o j 50' O o �28. 00' 9 � W o I w w ( N82° Z6' 4l" E w c-� - "'_ J `fl 11.00, 92.00, of '- C6 Q _ o NS2° 26' 41" E I a o N90° 00' 00" E 109.19' I rO i �' w Ip 2 w N89° 51' 26"W RAD 28.00 0 0 �, o z A w o. 2 0 ;� 0 o LU • y W LA � m W 1 (N90°00'00"E 290.42' R4) �� > w ` 10 o wW 7 3��I I 98.50' I `'- �n rY �' 28.00' 28.00 26, RAD GOLDBACK WAY �" �' 00' Na2° 4l E N90° 00' 00" E 398.00' ooi �6�� 0 92' �' 1 0 N o _ 205.34' 6CIA I a N80° 24' 15"w 12. 75' N82° 26' 47" E RAD I `" s o PRIVATE LOT "D" 0 109. 91,55. 00' �o �^ h RqD 107, 18, w . co 2 3 A STREET N 7 a w -� °' r;41 C18 L8 00 N I ti 9 m \ R=6 \ 11 N o WN6 41„ E Z 2 Q C16 -C�5 \ `z N84' 24_41 "W RAD z N82° 26'51 w ti - 93. z co Zo N ��/ " I �`'��\ S4S N82° 26' 47"E I C1-- C1 cn w J o LU w o' XI o o s9\\ J''� 92.00' D 6 7 / o c:, W - / a S\ \ 4 w A W Q w 0 14 =� of �j s \\ 7]98 zo �� 90 d'210°01���`` 0 13 O _ ) o z o N; oo �i 12 wrn 5 NO]_33_13"_W (R) 36. �/ (183.15' R4) O W oo o `� ZI o o I w 63 Z 138.41' W l� ,/ 148.46' (423.51' R4) 606.66' R4) - �� _ �� 55.11' C/ / t / -/ 13 ,� C12 (N84° OS' 57"E _� - cn ` - N (N90°00'00"E 1 190.00' R4) � C2 �'Iw � 606.66' R4) W o o 00 o - � (N 4848 OS' 5l" E _ cV/) M I II O -- T ti CD- - _ 67.00' iM i - o S BEND _ ------ (N90° 00' 00" E 190.00' R4) o I C1 I o so MMER o - I � I � 'TIgaC'T IN] (3 3730o [IV]o 4ra0 ogogo � Q Ml U \\cp.rickeng.com\projects\C_SD_M\17883CM_Roripaugh\Survey\Tract_37341-15\17883AM-15fm06_McpSht.dgn PLOT DATE: 10-FEB-2020 JN 16464 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT SHEET TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 (S 64°10'07" E 137.86' R4) (N 64010'00" W 137.86' 132) L2 (N 71°51'24" E 60.57' R4) (N 71051'21" E 60.57' R2) L3 (N 47054'03" E 206.41' R4) (N 47054'00" E 206.41' R2) L4 (N 74040'31" E 84.91' R4) (N 74040'28" E 84.91' R2) L5 (N 89042'02" E 162.15' 134) (N 89041'59" E 162.15' R2) L6 (N 63056'09" E 113.99' R4) (N 63056'06" E 113.99' 132) L7 (N 84027'29" E 144.82' 134) (N 84027'26" E 144.82' 132) L8 (N 84027'27" E 49.09' 134) (N 84027'24" E 49.09' 133) L9 (S 84012'25" E 129.22' 134) (N 84012'28" W 129.22' 133) L10 (N 83031'26" E 386.16' 134) (N 83031'23" E 386.16' 133) L11 (N 57040'49" E 87.87' 134) (N 57040'46" E 87.87' 133) L12 (N 72009'33" E 161.36' R4) (N 72009'30" E 161.36' R3) L13 (N 81026'12" E 356.89' 134) (N 81026'09" E 356.89' 133) L14 (S 89059'57" E 283.29' 134) (N 90000'00" W 283.29' 133) L15 (S 83050'13" E 159.06' R4) (N 83050'16" W 159.06' 133) L16 (N 61056'25" E 264.03' R4) (N 61056'22" E 264.03' R3) L17 (N 51006'12" E 146.91' R4) (N 51006'09" E 146.91' 133) L18 (N 40050'09" E 160.77' 134) (N 40050'06" E 160.77' 133) L19 (N 45027'37" E 97.37' 134) (N 45027'34" E 97.37' 133) L20 (N 55057'04" E 292.00' 134) (N 55057'01" E 292.00' 133) L21 (N 71033'59" E 183.58' 134) (N 71033'56" E 183.58' 133) L22 (N 10059'51" W 41.74' R4) (N 10059'54" W 41.74' R3) L23 (N 46017'13" W 70.83' R4) (N 46017'16" W 70.83' 133) L24 (N 30010'20" E 129.03' R4) (N 30°10'17" E 129.03' R3) L25 (N 41058'20" W 153.10' R4) (N 41°58'23" W 153.10' R3) L26 (N 68029'22" E 150.04' R4) (N 68029'19" E 150.04' R3) L27 (N 49018'15" W 61.50' 134) (N 49018'18" W 61.50' 133) L28 (N 27042'29" W 157.42' R4) (N 27042'32" W 157.42' R3) L29 (N 3009'15" E 69.52' R4) (N 3009'12" E 69.52' R3) L30 (N 31008'52" E 146.57' R4) (N 31008'49" E 146.57' R3) L31 (N 59053'24" E 91.23' R4) (N 59053'21" E 91.23' R3) L32 (S 80011'49" E 146.69' R4) (N 80011'52" W 146.69' R3) L33 (S 24°16'03" E 163.27' R4) (N 24°16'06" W 163.27' 133) L34 (S 40°55'25" E 372.57' R4) (N 40055'28" W 372.57' R3) L35 (S 22046'27" E 193.68' R4) (N 22°46'30" W 193.68' R3 L36 (S 0°50'29" E 260.95' R4) (N 0°50'32" W 260.95' 133) L37 (S 8011'57" W 112.76' R4) (N 8011'54" E 112.76' R3) L38 (S 25031'21" W 112.71' 134) (N 25031'18" E 112.71' R3) L39 (S 37018'50" W 85.50' 134) (N 37018'47" E 85.50' R3) L40 (S 5°40'51" E 142.81' R4) (N 5040'54" W 142.81' 133) L41 (S 89010'18" E 85.47' R4) (N 89°10'21" W 85.47' R3) L42 (N 60°44'02" E 96.06' R4) (N 60°43'59" E 96.06' R3) L43 (S 89026'27" E 338.54' R4) (N 89°26'30" W 338.53' R3) L44 (N 0°33'48" E 30.00' R4) (N 0033'47" E 30.00' R2) ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT NOTES IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA UJ J � a 1. THIS PROPERTY IS LOCATED WITHIN 30 W' J MILES OF MOUNT PALOMAR OBSERVATORY. ALL PROPOSED OUTDOOR LIGHTING SYSTEMS TRACT MAP NO, 3 7341-15 � a J�-I SHALL COMPLY WITH THE UAL IFORNIA ~ a INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PALOMAR OBSERVATORY RECOMMENDATIONS, ORDINANCE NO. 655. 2. THIS PROJECT IS WITHIN A LIQUEFACTION HAZARD ZONE. �7= �a 20 J BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 16 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, m N IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 J WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. n 00 J L45--V- L5 (N89° 39' 10"W 5282, 95' R4)-V (N89° 39' 12"W 5282,87' R2 & R3) DETAIL "A " APRIL 2019 N.T.S. 10 CITY LIMIT \ \ NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L55 (N 38°15'21" E 663.57' R4) LINE ---- ---------------- - (N 38°15'24" E 663.55' R1) 1 1 L45 (S 89039'10" E 319.78' 134) (N 38°15'19" E 663.55' R2) IN 89039'12" W 319 80' R2► L56 (N 38015/2111 " E 655.50' R4) RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET (N88° 29' 38" E 5296.39' R4) (N88° 29' 37" E 5296.39' R2 & 133) CONTINUED TABLE DATA � MURRIETTA ' L46 (N 0°21'22" E 265.43' 4) N 38 15 19 E 655.48 R2) HM (N 0° 33' 48" E 485.01' R4) o �r cz SPRINGS ROAD J (N 0020' 58" E 265.41 ' R2 ) (N 00 33' 47" E 485.01' R2) - L47 (S 89026'26" E 126.20' R4) L58 (N 89 39 10 W 55.00 R4) N M �� _ ' (N 89° 3912" W 55. 00' R2 & R3) � ( N 89°26' 26" W 126.19' 132 ) L59 (N 890 39' 10" W 601.73' 134) �� \��' T- /V �0 ° L48 (N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' R4) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.61' R2) `p L2� \� ti = `�� ;o I A, o ( N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' 132 ) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601. 50' PM 14/93-94) �'s o� u'; �, L �1 I NAME DELTA RAD I US ARC- "' a)�� LI) L49 (N 48°26'50" W 30.47' R4) _ �� r a'� w ttI �' w N 48 ° 25' S0" W 30.48' R2 ) C1 (23° 23' 23" 1600.00' 653.17' R4) 1-4 s C) �� L50 (N 36044' 32" E 122.41 ' R4) (23° 23' 33" 1600.00' 653.24' R1 & R2) 21 �L22 �; ��� \ oa \�� ( N 36 °44' 30" E 122.39' R2 ► C2 (2° 08' 52" 1600.00' 59.98' R4) �" r o (/) - - - RORIPAUGH L51 N 89 ° 26' 26" W 500.00' R41 C3 (35°° �2' 42'„ 1600. 00' 992.60 R4) & R2) j /r � Z o Cl VALLEY \ I I ( v Z L52 (N 0033'48" E 1610.00' R4) (35°3246" 1600.00' 992.63' R1 & R2) ROAD � (N 0°34'04"E 1610.00' R1) J 0 - 8 L53 IN 38015'21" E 82.30' R4) IN 38015'18"E 82.30' R2) 66. l / L54 (N 0033'48" E 150.19' 134) 6 r LIN "/ H ROg0i4 N53° 53' 32"W R 0� - T Lf� C« �7 L� LL,% 55' - 55'= �� �'j�� 12��0� ��6• IN 0033'47"E 150.19' R2 8 R3) �12 113 Ll 4� �� � o a L43 oo L8 Lg L10 �� �GQC�� �]0 ® 377 �� a L41 v0 L53 �' L ` 465. - R41, /f(2, N81 36 , E Q ' ,,� tih,465.13' ( D 4 `' h�h�'' / lb 2a L---�' �a Mlcu HDo. 37306 I o J� �S �aa0� �10°y ,. ���� � m / O a 23 / DSO/� � o � \✓� � o z d o I \ o42 I v��'/1 I / / 24 V 11WQ / \ CID 110, 0 'TRACT, NOo ° 3� C'j_ -- �. �- oMo _10?0 4GLaC�4 �10® 3773����� FD 1"IP W/PP "FRANK--� �� �(� n & LAURA RCE 28029 QN L49 L1 2 SEEI DETAIL "A " 29 EFRENCE (422. 01' R4 [JU] o o DN.ACCEPTED RASE POINT N89° 26' 26"W) ON S'LY LINE OF (422.00' R2 L48 R3 & R4 N89° 26' 26"W) TRACT MAP NO. 37341-15 i/ \ L 4 7 _ SOMMERS BEND= - -1 FI 1" IP OPEN DN. 0.5 FD 8%8STONE MON. NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS (75. 81' 134)/ L59 MK'D "P17"ON STY POINT ON STY LINE OF R3 & R4 (75.84' R2 & R3) SIDE UP 1.2 PER (625.52' R4) (878.58' R4) 6 L45 R2, R3 & R4 'T m A C�'T H 0 ® 377 3C� o a o o ° e ° , � - - - - - � � Q � � � � � � � � 625.59 R2 & R3)� (878.53 R2 & R3) \ --- (5227.95' R4) (5227.88' R2 & R3) l _/ ^ RANCHO PAUBA BIOUNDARY (N89° 39' 10"W 5282.95' R4) (N89° 39' 12"W 5282.87' R2 & R3) PAR j 1 1 I� �r�f� � �r F 1 Pr�f� 3 I �/93-95 r l pl�lJ� 1 ' �l�lJ� J 3� PJ\Jl= 12 J/ PAR 1 12 PJ�JJJ J fl )3- )5 PAIR J J � PATR , P2 PATR 1 3 / PAf� SHEET 1 OF 1 SHEETS SURVEYOR'S NOTES 1. 0 INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. 2. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 3. O INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. 4. ALL MONUMENTS SET ARE PER RIVERSIDE COUNTY ORDINANCE 461.21. 5. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 11.791 ACRES GROSS. 6. DRAINAGE EASEMENTS SHALL BE KEPT FREE OF BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTIONS. 7. ALL MONUMENTS SHOWN AS SET SHALL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MONUMENTATION AGREEMENT FOR THIS MAP. 8. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 43 LOTS. 9. - INDICATES SUBDIVISION BOUNDARY. 10. RAID INDICATES RADIAL BEARING. 11. R1 INDICATES RECORD PER PER RS 143/82-89. 12. R2 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 342/73-85. 13. R3 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 401/89-96. 14. R4 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37368 MB 468/89-98. 15. ALL LOT CORNERS OF THIS MAP WILL BE MONUMENTED BY A 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED "LS 8805", FLUSH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 16. C.C. 8 R's, RECORDED ---------------- AS INST. NO -------------- 17. ///// INDICATES RESTRICTED ACCESS. ❑x MONUMENT LOG 1 FD 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", S.E. CORNER SECTION 20 PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 2 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH, "LS 7891", IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. 8 SOUTH LOOP RD. PER R1 & R4, FLUSH. 3 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, DN. 0.1' 4 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD 8 NORTH LOOP ROAD 8 NICHOLAS RD. PER R1 8 R4. 5 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", E.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 6 FD. 3/4" IP W/TAG "LS 4251" PER PMB 95/71-72, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. 7 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 & R4, DN. 0.1'. 8 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. AND RORIPAUGH VALLEY RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 9 FD. 2" IP W/TAG "LS 3483" N.W. CORNER SECTION 21. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 10 FD. 2 1/4" BRASS CAP ON TOP OF 2 1/4" IP ON CONCRETE, STAMPED N.E. CORNER SECTION 21, PER RS 100/52-57, RS 87/28-34, R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.1'. 11 FD STONE MON. W/"P-16" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE W/TACK FOR S.E. CORNER SECTION 21 PER R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.5'. 12 FD 6"X6" STONE MON. W/"P-15" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE NO TACK , E'LY 1/4 CORNER SECTION 21 PER RS 100/52-57, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. SCALE: 1" = 400' 400 0 400 800 BOOK T PAGE 402 TOTAL NUMBERED LOTS: 73 TOTAL LETTERED LOTS: 4 TOTAL NET AREA: 16.061 ACRES TOTAL GROSS AREA: 19.984 ACRES OWNER'S STATEMENT WE HEREBY STATE THAT WE ARE THE OWNERS OF THE LAND INCLUDED WITHIN THE SUBDIVISION SHOWN HEREON; THAT WE ARE THE ONLY PERSONS WHOSE CONSENT IS NECESSARY TO PASS A CLEAR TITLE TO SAID LAND; THAT WE CONSENT TO THE MAKING AND RECORDING OF THIS SUBDIVISION MAP AS SHOWN WITHIN THE DISTINCTIVE BORDER LINE. WE HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: LOTS "A" THROUGH "D", INCLUSIVE. FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES AS SHOWN HEREON. WE ALSO HEREBY DEDICATE ABUTTERS RIGHTS OF ACCESS ALONG SOMMERS BEND TO THE PUBLIC. THE OWNERS OF LOTS 1 THROUGH 18, INCLUSIVE, AND LOT 70 ABUTTING THIS HIGHWAY AND DURING SUCH TIME WILL HAVE NO RIGHTS OF ACCESS EXCEPT THE GENERAL EASEMENT OF TRAVEL. ANY CHANGE OF ALIGNMENT OR WIDTH THAT RESULTS IN THE VACATION THEREOF SHALL TERMINATE THIS DEDICATION AS TO THE PART VACATED. WE HEREBY RETAIN LOTS "A" THROUGH "D" INDICATED AS "PRIVATE STREET" FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT LYING WITHIN LOTS 1 THROUGH 73, INCLUSIVE, AS SHOWN HEREON. THE DEDICATION IS FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES. WE HEREBY RETAIN LOT 71 INDICATED AS "LANDSCAPE" FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE PEDESTRIAN ACCESS EASEMENT WITHIN LOT 71 AS SHOWN HEREON FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE BLANKET EASEMENT FOR DRAINAGE PURPOSES OVER ALL OF LOT 72 AS SHOWN HEREON FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE HEREBY RETAIN LOT 73 INDICATED AS "OPEN SPACE" FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. THE REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED BELOW IS DEDICATED AS AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: TO EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT ("DISTRICT''), A PUBLIC AGENCY ORGANIZED AND EXISTING UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT LAW OF 1911, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, A PERPETUAL EASEMENT AND RIGHT OF WAY TO CONSTRUCT, MAINTAIN, ENLARGE, RECONSTRUCT, REMOVE AND REPLACE, OPERATE, INSPECT, REPAIR, IMPROVE AND RELOCATE SEWER, WATER, AND RECYCLED WATER FACILITIES, ALL AS SHOWN ON THIS MAP WITHIN THE SUBDIVISION AND DESIGNATED "SEWER, WATER, AND RECYCLED WATER EASEMENT" HEREON, TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF ACCESS TO AND FROM SAID EASEMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF EXERCISING THE RIGHTS GRANTED IN SAID EASEMENT. OWNER RETAINS THE RIGHT TO USE THE EASEMENT AREA PROVIDED THAT OWNER SHALL NOT CONSTRUCT OR ERECT BUILDINGS, MASONRY WALLS, MASONRY FENCES AND OTHER STRUCTURES OR IMPROVEMENTS, OR PLANT OR GROW TREES OR SHRUBS, OR CHANGE THE SURFACE GRADE OR INSTALL PRIVATELY -OWNED PIPELINES WITHOUT THE PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT OF DISTRICT. OWNER: WOODS I DE 05S, LP, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP BY- NAME: CHRIS CHAMBERS TITLE: VICE PRESIDENT, WDS GP, INC. A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION AS GENERAL PARTNER IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-16 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 18 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY NOTARY ACKNOWLEDGMENT A NOTARY PUBLIC OR OTHER OFFICER COMPLETING THIS CERTIFICATE VERIFIES ONLY THE IDENTITY OF THE INDIVIDUAL WHO SIGNED THE DOCUMENT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE IS ATTACHED, AND NOT THE TRUTHFULNESS, ACCURACY, OR VALIDITY OF THE DOCUMENT. STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF ON BEFORE ME, NOTARY PUBLIC PERSONALLY APPEARED APRIL 2019 TAX BOND CERTIFICATE I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT A BOND IN THE SUM OF $ HAS BEEN EXECUTED AND FILED WITH THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA, CONDITIONED UPON THE PAYMENT OF ALL TAXES, STATE, COUNTY, MUNICIPAL OR LOCAL, AND ALL SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES, WHICH AT THE TIME OF FILING OF THIS MAP WITH THE COUNTY RECORDER ARE A LIEN AGAINST SAID PROPERTY, BUT NOT YET PAYABLE, AND SAID BOND HAS BEEN DULY APPROVED BY SAID BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. DATE: A CASH BOND WHO PROVED TO ME ON THE BASIS OF SATISFACTORY EVIDENCE TO BE THE PERSON(S) WHOSE NAME(S) IS/ARE SUBSCRIBED TO THE WITHIN INSTRUMENT AND ACKNOWLEDGED TO ME THAT HE/SHE/THEY EXECUTED THE SAME IN HIS/HER/THEIR AUTHORIZED CAPACITY(IES), AND THAT BY HIS/HER/THEIR SIGNATURE(S) ON THE INSTRUMENT THE PERSON(S), OR THE ENTITY UPON BEHALF OF WHICH THE PERSON(S) ACTED, EXECUTED THE INSTRUMENT. I CERTIFY UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA THAT THE FOREGOING PARAGRAPH IS TRUE AND CORRECT. WITNESS MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL SIGNATURE NAME: NOTARY PUBLIC IN AND FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE PRINCIPAL COUNTY OF BUSINESS: COMMISSION EXPIRES: COMMISSION # OF NOTARY: CITY CLERK'S STATEMENT THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, BY ITS CITY CLERK, RANDI JOHL, HEREBY APPROVES THE TRACT MAP AND ACCEPTS THE OFFER OF DEDICATION OF LOTS "A" THROUGH "D" MADE HEREON FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY AND SERVICE VEHICLES. WE ALSO HEREBY ACCEPT THE DEDICATION OF ABUTTERS RIGHTS OF ACCESS ALONG SOMMERS BEND AS DEDICATED. WE ALSO HEREBY ACCEPT THE 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT AS DEDICATED. DATED: BY: 2020 RANDI JOHL CITY CLERK, CITY OF TEMECULA SOILS REPORT PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 66490 OF THE STATE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT, A PRELIMINARY SOILS REPORT WAS PREPARED BY LEIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES, INC., REGISTERED IN THE STATE OF CA. PROJECT NO. 10967.108 ON JUNE 25, 2018, ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY ENGINEER, CITY OF TEMECLULA. JON CHRISTENSEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR 20_ . DEPUTY TAX COLLECTOR'S CERTIFICATE I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ACCORDING TO THE RECORDS OF THIS OFFICE, AS OF THIS DATE, THERE ARE NO LIENS AGAINST THE PROPERTY SHOWN ON THE WITHIN MAP FOR UNPAID STATE, COUNTY, MUNICIPAL, OR LOCAL TAXES, OR SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES, EXCEPT TAXES OR SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES NOW A LIEN BUT NOT YET PAYABLE, WHICH ARE ESTIMATED TO BE $ DATE: JON CHRISTENSEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR 20. SIGNATURE OMISSIONS SHEET 1 OF 8 SHEETS RECORDER'S STATEMENT FILED THIS DAY OF 20- AT .M IN BOOK OF MAPS, AT PAGES AT THE REQUEST OF THE CITY CLERK OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA. NO. FEE: PETER ALDANA, ASSESSOR -COUNTY CLERK -RECORDER DEPUTY SUBDIVISION GUARANTEE: FIRST AMERICAN TITLE COMPANY SURVEYOR'S STATEMENT THIS MAP WAS PREPARED BY ME OR UNDER MY DIRECTION AND IS BASED UPON A FIELD SURVEY IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT AND LOCAL ORDINANCE AT THE REQUEST OF WOODSIDE 05S, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP IN JANUARY 2018. 1 HEREBY STATE THAT ALL MONUMENTS ARE OF THE CHARACTER AND OCCUPY THE POSITIONS INDICATED OR THAT THEY WILL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS OF THE MONUMENT AGREEMENT FOR THE MAP AND THAT THE MONUMENTS ARE, OR WILL BE, SUFFICIENT TO ENABLE THE SURVEY TO BE RETRACED, AND THAT THIS FINAL MAP SUBSTANTIALLY CONFORMS TO THE CONDITIONALLY APPROVED TENTATIVE MAP. THIS SURVEY IS TRUE AND COMPLETE AS SHOWN. DATE: W I LL I AM ROHAL, L.S. 8805 DEPUTY CITY ENGINEER'S STATEMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION 66436 OF THE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT, THE SIGNATURES OF THE FOLLOWING OWNERS OF EASEMENTS AND/OR OTHER INTERESTS HAVE BEEN OMITTED: AN EASEMENT IN FAVOR OF GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES RECORDED DECEMBER 5, 1988 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 88-354239, O.R. CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD. EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT'S ACCEPTANCE STATEMENT I HEREBY STATE THAT THE EASEMENT DEDICATED ON THIS MAP TO THE EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT IS HEREBY ACCEPTED AND THE DISTRICT CONSENTS TO THE RECORDATION THEREOF BY ITS DULY AUTHORIZED OFFICER. DATE- SHEILA ZELAYA, BOARD SECRETARY OF THE EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS THEREOF �1Q LAND SUS\ \PM Roy F� •� 9l 133 I HEREBY STATE THAT THIS MAP CONSISTING OF EIGHTS (8) SHEETS HAS BEEN EXAMINED BY ME OR UNDER MY SUPERVISION AND FOUND TO BE SUBSTANTIALLY THE SAME AS IT APPEARED ON THE TENTATIVE MAP OF TRACT NO. 37341 AS FILED AND APPROVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ON JUNE 20, 2018, THE EXPIRATION DATE BEING JUNE 20, 2021. THAT ALL PROVISIONS OF APPLICABLE STATE LAW AND CITY REGULATIONS HAVE BEEN COMPLIED WITH, AND I AM SATISFIED THIS MAP IS TECHNICALLY CORRECT. DATED: 2020 KRIS R. WINCHAK EXP. 3-31-20 (AS DELEGATED) CITY OF TEMECULA L.S. 6240 FOR PATRICK A. THOMAS, CITY ENGINEER � SAND f 0 No. L.S. 6240 * frgTF OF C A��F���\� SECTION 21 TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SBM TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 (S 64°10'07" E 137.86' R4) (N 64010'00" W 137.86' 132) L2 (N 71°51'24" E 60.57' R4) (N 71051'21" E 60.57' R2) L3 (N 47054'03" E 206.41' R4) (N 47054'00" E 206.41' R2) L4 (N 74040'31" E 84.91' R4) (N 74040'28" E 84.91' R2) L5 (N 89042'02" E 162.15' 134) (N 89041'59" E 162.15' R2) L6 (N 63056'09" E 113.99' R4) (N 63056'06" E 113.99' 132) L7 (N 84027'29" E 144.82' 134) (N 84027'26" E 144.82' 132) L8 (N 84027'27" E 49.09' 134) (N 84027'24" E 49.09' 133) L9 (S 84012'25" E 129.22' 134) (N 84012'28" W 129.22' 133) L10 (N 83031'26" E 386.16' 134) (N 83031'23" E 386.16' 133) L11 (N 57040'49" E 87.87' 134) (N 57040'46" E 87.87' 133) L12 (N 72009'33" E 161.36' R4) (N 72009'30" E 161.36' R3) L13 (N 81026'12" E 356.89' 134) (N 81026'09" E 356.89' 133) L14 (S 89059'57" E 283.29' 134) (N 90000'00" W 283.29' 133) L15 (S 83050'13" E 159.06' R4) (N 83050'16" W 159.06' 133) L16 (N 61056'25" E 264.03' R4) (N 61056'22" E 264.03' R3) L17 (N 51006'12" E 146.91' R4) (N 51006'09" E 146.91' 133) L18 (N 40050'09" E 160.77' 134) (N 40050'06" E 160.77' 133) L19 (N 45027'37" E 97.37' 134) (N 45027'34" E 97.37' 133) L20 (N 55057'04" E 292.00' 134) (N 55057'01" E 292.00' 133) L21 (N 71033'59" E 183.58' 134) (N 71033'56" E 183.58' 133) L22 (N 10059'51" W 41.74' R4) (N 10059'54" W 41.74' R3) L23 (N 46017'13" W 70.83' R4) (N 46017'16" W 70.83' 133) L24 (N 30010'20" E 129.03' R4) (N 30°10'17" E 129.03' R3) L25 (N 41058'20" W 153.10' R4) (N 41°58'23" W 153.10' R3) L26 (N 68029'22" E 150.04' R4) (N 68029'19" E 150.04' R3) L27 (N 49018'15" W 61.50' 134) (N 49018'18" W 61.50' 133) L28 (N 27042'29" W 157.42' R4) (N 27042'32" W 157.42' R3) L29 (N 3009'15" E 69.52' R4) (N 3009'12" E 69.52' R3) L30 (N 31008'52" E 146.57' R4) (N 31008'49" E 146.57' R3) L31 (N 59053'24" E 91.23' R4) (N 59053'21" E 91.23' R3) L32 (S 80011'49" E 146.69' R4) (N 80011'52" W 146.69' R3) L33 (S 24°16'03" E 163.27' R4) (N 24°16'06" W 163.27' 133) L34 (S 40°55'25" E 372.57' R4) (N 40055'28" W 372.57' R3) L35 (S 22046'27" E 193.68' R4) (N 22°46'30" W 193.68' R3 L36 (S 0°50'29" E 260.95' R4) (N 0°50'32" W 260.95' 133) L37 (S 8011'57" W 112.76' R4) (N 8011'54" E 112.76' R3) L38 (S 25031'21" W 112.71' 134) (N 25031'18" E 112.71' R3) L39 (S 37018'50" W 85.50' 134) (N 37018'47" E 85.50' R3) L40 (S 5°40'51" E 142.81' R4) (N 5040'54" W 142.81' 133) L41 (S 89010'18" E 85.47' R4) (N 89°10'21" W 85.47' R3) L42 (N 60°44'02" E 96.06' R4) (N 60°43'59" E 96.06' R3) L43 (S 89026'27" E 338.54' R4) (N 89°26'30" W 338.53' R3) L44 (N 0°33'48" E 30.00' R4) (N 0033'47" E 30.00' 132) BUTTERFIELD STAGE ROAD �7 M 20 e L45�� L� ��' 10" W 5282.95' R4)� (N89° 39' 12"W co 5282.87' R2 & R3) DETAIL "A " N.T.S. APRIL 2019 NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP. 10 CITY LIMIT \ NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L55 (N 38°15'21" E 663.57' 134) LINE - (N 38°15'24" E 663.55' R1) 1 1 L45 (S 89039'10" E 319.78' 134) (N 38°15'19" E 663.55' R2) I IN 89°39'12" W 319 80' R2► L56 (N 38015�21" E 655.50� R4) -5N L32 (N 38 15 19 E 655.48 R2) MURRIETTA II-IOT I L46 (N 0°21 ' 22" E 265.43' R4) L57 (N 0° 33' 48" E 485.01' R4) o �r A cz SPRINGS ROAD J (N 0 ° 20' 58" E 265.41 ' R2 ) (N 00 33' 47" E 485.01 � R2) � "� N �� L47 (S 89°26'26" E 126.20' R4) L58 (N 89°39�10 W 55.00� R4) N M �� - - - - IN 89°26'26" W 126.19' R2► (N 89°39 12" W 55.00� R2 & R3) � � � � � L59 (N 89 39 10 W 601.73 R4) � \ �' L48 (N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' R4) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.61' R2) `p 1 Y o� o o ( N 0°33' 34" E 76.01 ' R2 ) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601. 50' PM 14/93-94) �'s � N �� \� i I NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC L49 (N 48°26'S0" W 30.47' R4) � �,°� r a'r' w 6 IN 48025'50" W 30.48' R2) C1 (23°2323" 1600. 00' 653.17' R4) ,,L23 s C) L50 ( N 36044' 32" E 122.41 ' R4) (23° 23' 33" 1600. 00' 653. 24' R1 & R2) 21 �L22 U; N 36 °44' 30" E 122.39' R2 ► C2 (2° 08' 52" 1600. 00' 59.98' R4) �" r r o - - - RORIPAUGH C3 (35° �2' 42' 1600. 00' 992.60 R4) & R2) j /r Z o z_ \ I I L51 IN 89°26'26" W 500.00' R41 ° v z ROAD L52 ( N 0033VALLEY' 48" E 1610.00' R4) (35° 32' 46" 1600. 00' 992.63' R1 & R2) ��°� V I A _ AD (N 0 34 04"E 1610.00' R1) J - ' * 0 - 8 L53 IN 38°15'21" E 82.30' R4) '� (N 38015'18"E 82.30' R2) IR2 o 6%, ° 66. l / L54 (N 0°33'48" E 150.19' R4) 6 r LIN �IIL61�C": Rpg0�4 N53° 53' 32"W R. 0� \� - T L7 C« �7 L� �% 55' - 55'= IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-16 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 18 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET (N88° 29' 38" E 5296.39' R4) (N88° 29' 37" E 5296.39' R2 & 133) CONTINUED TABLE DATA �� �'j�� 12��0� ��6• IN 0033'47"E 150.19' R2 8 133) �12 L13 �L14� L1i o �a L43 oo L8 Lg L10 �GQC�� �]0 ® 37 �� a L41 \,A L5� ■- _ /< rnAclr H0. 37 34� _3 v0 L53 �' ��/hh C/�N81°36'16"E3�134�� �- / �, .ti a �, 465. 73 �R41, 't 7 / 0 ® �� / 5 �/ ��`'o Q� (651736 RZIE] C3 � �gct 4 �C� e3� �pC� �3=� \ Ho [�t]o 40oo0e0o o ° e�10��_\, HE 47 V 1� 2� � � d o \ o \ I lel V / \ o I D �WN N � ��MN --�-- - TRACT MAP NO. 37341-16 \ I O I'n O / oZo p �G3QC�� (\ uG3QC 'T H(O ° 37 3a FD 1" IP W/PP "FRANK - 4 Q 4 H o ° 37 34 � e 14 I o J & LAURA RICE 28029 DN. 0.5, NO REFERENCE �� L� (422.01' R4] o o 7 ACCEPTED AS POINT 1 N89° 26' 26"W) L ON S'LY LINE OF QN L49- L � L�J SEE DETAIL "A " 29 (422.00' R2 u n I C 7 H0. 37 3 41= � z R3 & R4 N89° 26' 26"W) L48 / �� -- L51 _ L47 _ SON MERS BEND= - -1 FD 1" IP OPEN DN. 0.5 �� _ _ - _ / FD 8'X8 STONE MON. - (75.81' R4) NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS MKT "P 17" ON S'LY � � (75.84' R2 & R3) L59 J SIDE UP 1.2' PER POINT ON iS STY LINE OF R3 & R4 (625.52' R4) (878.58' R4) 6 L45- R2, R3 & R4 'TR Q C� 7 H0. 37308 m o � (� S � S � e � S 625.25'52 & R3 - --------�-T --- --)-a (878.53 R2 & R3) a '''-- m � LO a LOA N uo OLr; oa =o z O U z z=) ao 12 [ifm m L- L7 a oz U \ z i N M � N 1 o z �L?0� u TL M N \ w M N\ � o V z � LL' PAUBA BOUN RY (5227.95' R4) (5227.88' R2 & R3) _ l / JPr1f� 1 1 RANCHO � �r�f� � � AD l _ (N89° 39' 10"W 5282.95' R4) �r1f� �1 �r�f� � (N89° 3911211 5282.87' R2 & R3) \ I / / � pJ�ll� 1 zli �J�J1� 15-3� � � P1�JJ� J _J/ �r1;� , 12 _p1�J1J 1 1 )3- )� �r1;� 1 1 �r�;� , l r l r _J � / �r1f� P111J J SHEET 2 OF 8 SHEETS SURVEYOR'S NOTES 1. INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. 2. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 3. O INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. 4. ALL MONUMENTS SET ARE PER RIVERSIDE COUNTY ORDINANCE 461.21. 5. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 19.984 ACRES GROSS. 6. DRAINAGE EASEMENTS SHALL BE KEPT FREE OF BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTIONS. 7. ALL MONUMENTS SHOWN AS SET SHALL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MONUMENTATION AGREEMENT FOR THIS MAP. 8. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 73 LOTS. 9. - INDICATES SUBDIVISION BOUNDARY. 10. RAID INDICATES RADIAL BEARING. 11. R1 INDICATES RECORD PER PER RS 143/82-89. 12. R2 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 342/73-85. 13. R3 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 401/89-96. 14. R4 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37368 MB 468/89-98. 15. ALL LOT CORNERS OF THIS MAP WILL BE MONUMENTED BY A 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED "LS 8805", FLUSH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 16. C.C. 8 R's, RECORDED ---------------- AS INST. NO -------------- 17. ///// INDICATES RESTRICTED ACCESS. ❑x MONUMENT LOG 1 FD 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", S.E. CORNER SECTION 20 PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 2 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH, "LS 7891", IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. 8 SOUTH LOOP RD. PER R1 & R4, FLUSH. 3 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, DN. 0.1' 4 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD & NORTH LOOP ROAD 8 NICHOLAS RD. PER R1 8 R4. 5 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", E.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 6 FD. 3/4" IP W/TAG "LS 4251" PER PMB 95/71-72, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. 7 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 & R4, DN. 0.1'. 8 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. AND RORIPAUGH VALLEY RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 9 FD. 2" IP W/TAG "LS 3483" N.W. CORNER SECTION 21. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 10 FD. 2 1/4" BRASS CAP ON TOP OF 2 1/4" IP ON CONCRETE, STAMPED N.E. CORNER SECTION 21, PER RS 100/52-57, RS 87/28-34, R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.1'. 11 FD STONE MON. W/"P-16" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE W/TACK FOR S.E. CORNER SECTION 21 PER R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.5'. 12 FD 6"X6" STONE MON. W/"P-15" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE NO TACK , E'LY 1/4 CORNER SECTION 21 PER RS 100/52-57, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. SCALE: 1" = 400' 400 0 400 800 AULD RDo MURRIETq HOT 2 p SPRINGS RD S/TE 'o 9 RO NjC4�-p5 cn o0 CANTRELL RD m m LA SERENA -11 v 15 WAY v MARGARITA �0 RD o f 9 MEADOWS PKWY VICINITY MAP N.T.S. ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT NOTE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINTS SHEET AFFECTING THIS MAP IS ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE OF THE CITY ENGINEER, CITY OF TEMECULA, IN E.C.S. BOOK T , PAGE 403 . THIS AFFECTS ALL LOTS. TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION ---- L1 ---------------- (N 85055'39" W L2 (N 05051'03" W L3 (N 16024'58" W L4 (N 0021'36" E (N 0021'34" E L5 (N 0033'48" E (N 0033'47" E LENGTH 74.24' R4) 88.53' R4) 77 09' R4) IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-16 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 18 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY BOUNDARY MAP APRIL 2019 'TQAC 'T H(0® 37 34� 2636.10' R4) 2.' R2 & R3) 150 50.19 ' R4) 150.19' R2 & R3) — — — — NAME DELTA RADIUS Cl ( 9°14'45" -------- 534.50' C2 (36°11'01" 50.00' C3 (34°22'16" 35.00' 2 C5 (4°04'281" 7133.00' C6 ( 9055'24" 787.00' C8 ( 4004'21" 750.00' i i i i P p. i �� 0 h ql --ARC 86.25' 134) 31.58' 134) 21.00' 134)i� 50.68' 134) "ZR 136.30' 134) 129.90' 134) 53.31134) o �' C1 1' CZ C3 (Az5p°10,101, a I o 0.92'S9 0?'Qq ,ti I I ro w4' SHEET 3 OF 8 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. SURVEYOR'S NOTES THE BASIS OF BEARINGS FOR THIS SURVEY IS THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM, NAD 83 (NSRS 2011) EPOCH 2O10.00, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, ZONE 6 , AS DETERMINED LOCALLY BY A TIE BETWEEN CONTINUOUSLY OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS) "P477", "BILL" AND "PMOB" AS SHOWN HEREON. (I.E. N 28° 53'23" E) DISTANCES SHOWN HEREON ARE GROUND DISTANCES. GRID DISTANCES MAY BE OBTAINED BY MULTIPLYING GROUND DISTANCES BY 0.999901821, AVERAGE ELEVATION ABOVE MEAN SEA LEVEL = 1354'. LEGEND INDICATES BOUNDARY INDICATES CENTER LINE INDICATES LOT LINE - INDICATES EXISTING LOT LINE INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH TO BE SET PER TRACT MAP 37368MB 468/89-98. O INDICATES SET 1' IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. INDICATES CONTINUOUS OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS, AS NOTED). CORS STATION "BILL" N 2154995.0380 E 6313564.1750 . Q II Q �3j y �3 no o ° o N88 29 38 E 5295.87' (GR I D) \AlC3 �6 / -a 9 N88°29'38"E ). 37341-16 °� � \ �� �� �6 5296.39' //��0.c,0• �� ,;'�° \ �(N88 29 37 E �_ \ 20 �� 5296.39' �� R2 & R3) ) wN / o C) / Z (nL0�cy*)Q LO C.D CO �r� oaf / / rn �, 12 Ast N / N89° 26' 12"W _ / mo 6s a /°0-0° 55.00' / BUTTER L5 O, hdal / STAGE ROAD I 20 2T v, a051 -00 28' 03.697" N3•CC v / I--, / ELEVATION=1354' R 43° 306 R4) � _ ' ' ;,,., I -- I M 150. 00' R4) I M s (N84° 08' 5111E � - C7 L1 C8 (N90° 00, 00"W -�- (N=43° 3q� 5 S�MM i ' R4� _----___-- 150.00' R4) / _606.66 — I �FED) C2) 7 6�)� B �fl� a � ��aC�� 0 0 I NB 13 CONVERGENCE ANGLE AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION 21 s 1 9 z \ \ /GYP c CORS STATION "PMOB" \ \ N 2074153.1260�� E 6375547.4700 M �� 0P O • aCl NSS BASIS OF BEARINGS DETAIL N.T.S. CORS STATION "P477" E 6298482.8020 SCALE: 1" = 100' 160 0 160 200 �4 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-16 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 18 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY 'TIRQO'T H0 ® 37 30 o i i SHEET INDEX MAP UQQOU MB HOo 0 e APRIL 2019 I \ I i 00 � o0 "BASIN" — — LOT 72 43 p I SpNpER W SOT _ ';e-L m10 0�070 ��-- SOMMERS - I BLANKET EASEMENT r° FOR DRAINAGE PURPOSES / Ci OVER ALL OF LOT 72 / C� 61 62 63 64 60 65 / G T "A' i � 38 \ \ � 69 39 37 36 \ \ \ 70 \ \ \ 40 35 � � � 'T H 37 30 i 6 29 33 34 30 —' / / \ 31 ;.A 2 / 28 32 < � 1 VAY - - 6 / 10 9 / / I � I BEND - 7R 37 38 8 �� I 7RAC 7 Ho. I37 36 $ 13 NB SHEET 4 OF 8 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. SURVEYOR'S NOTES THE BASIS OF BEARINGS FOR THIS SURVEY IS THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM, NAD 83 (NSRS 2011) EPOCH 2O10.00, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, ZONE 6 , AS DETERMINED LOCALLY BY A TIE BETWEEN CONTINUOUSLY OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS) "P477", "BILL" AND "PMOB" AS SHOWN HEREON. (I.E. N 28° 53'23" E) DISTANCES SHOWN HEREON ARE GROUND DISTANCES. GRID DISTANCES MAY BE OBTAINED BY MULTIPLYING GROUND DISTANCES BY 0.999901821, AVERAGE ELEVATION ABOVE MEAN SEA LEVEL = 1354'. LEGEND INDICATES BOUNDARY INDICATES CENTER LINE INDICATES LOT LINE INDICATES EXISTING EASEMENT LINE INDICATES RESTRICTED ACCESS RIGHTS OINDICATES SHEET NO. EASEMENT NOTES 1 AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA RECORDED DECEMBER 5, 1988 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 88-354239, O.R. CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD. 2 3' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT DEDICATED HEREON. 3 A PRIVATE PEDESTRIAN ACCESS EASEMENT WITHIN LOT 71. 4 AN EASEMENT FOR UNDERGROUND ELECTRICAL SUPPLY SYSTEMS AND COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY RECORDED NOVEMBER 20, 2019 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 2019-0479667, O.R. 5 AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES DEDICATED HEREON. 6 AN EASEMENT DEDICATED TO EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT FOR SEWER AND WATER PURPOSES WITHIN LOTS "A" THROUGH "D". SCALE: 1" = 100' 100 0 100 200 SHEET 5 OF 8 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. CURVE TABLE LINE TABLE NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC NAME DIRECTION LENGTH ---- ----------- -------- -------- ---- --------------- -------- Cl ( 4004'21" 750.00' 53.31' 134) L1 N 90000'00" E 150.20' C2 ( 9055'24" 750.00' 129.90' 134) L2 N 76042'20" E 41.04' C3 ( 9055'24" 787.00' 136.30' 134) L3 N 04035'33" E 41.04' C4 ( 4004'21" 713.00' 50.68' 134) L4 N 12046'28" W 50.32' C5 4004'21" 580.00' 41.23' L5 N 56052'56" W 23.66' C6 4004'21" 552.00' 39.24' L6 N 31020'00" E 23.66' C7 4004'21" 608.00' 43.22' L7 N 49021'04" W 32.18' C8 17022'01" 102.00' 30.92' L8 N 57037'10" E 18.98' C9 107053'13" 68.00' 128.04' L9 N 79002'44" E 42.71' C10 17022'01" 102.00' 30.92' L10 N 77013'32" E 88.94' C11 0052'01" 787.00' 11.91, L11 (N 82026'47" E 21.10' R4) C12 8057'08" 102.00' 15.94' C13 8024'53" 102.00' 14.98' C14 14027'50" 102.00' 25.75' C15 2054'12" 102.00' 5.17' C16 3026'11" 1428.00' 85.64' C17 1047'04" 1400.00' 43.60' C18 1047'05" 1400.00' 43.61' C19 1049'14" 1372.00' 43.60' C20 1036'52" 1372.00' 38.66' C21 8027'00" 68.00' 10.03' �ql g92,59 1N6�° q1' 16%` IV- SEA 3 �41 ° 2 R`16 54`50 �;19g•12 �PNOS�PPE N6a 6p•i p' O� 3 70.12' R4) - - SHEET 8 _ - - ° 5 0 (N870 39' 50"E �, - - - SEE - _ N11 lip 50 Idi 1 A2 E \?, �, 2�00' � 2 y ��9° N11° a632' 2 `p 54 A 53 \.00 Z o \ 6'' s \y 5 p0' w E Lg o 52 \ s 0 2qN6��`� w N82° 31' 0111z LT, \ - X. _ 0� , Q ° 61.16 l 51 r \ CZ to 0 Q` 35g•g2 i o I N i 50 o �49 is A 65, 08' ,�"CID 6, 23 20 „ R.1 a00' 00 „P` �� �;1gq 2 23' 33, y 6,3 C19- ° 3' 20 Vol 1A26•p L11, - �: 2 p„ R= 5p�� �-'L'a o, 44 - - -14 C� \ o p,1 ° 23 0 - p-2° 26• gg' � o 45 5 c1 a _ ,�=60 s CD oa y o N 6 \ o o L10 L=53.6a ' 46 a �� o C16 �S 28.0028• " \ 47LA 0 �s - 2 4"W RAD ; r �; \`� 48 a '- s 64.56' Cl - W___ 59 2 - 1 rn \ 'o 68.39' 65.17 259, 03' w 'C.0 21 1 pp• N �� 5a,1 a' 65.17' N81 ° 0511111 E ` o P C 15 ?Ago' 1 8g' N u ro N80_O1-43'_E RAD 1 ; 'o 1 11. ° 2a� 23 E 135 • N CDK, 32'1 p8, 9 N E LAa' w _ - ; i 'o LOT 73 N 22 N 23 24 0 g 'o a, 20 .��° J "OPEN SPACE" o o o LA CA N w N `�- -{ 0.191 AC o 2 z °° Z 00 '�I c' Z E g8,35' '� - --93.92'-1_ - -63. ' 50 - _ N11° 13 32 1, 52' v Z ajti �ti N85° 55' 39"W 246.25' 63.50'- 25.34' - - - - - Q 8.13 r 9 LOT C PRIVATE STREET o f C6 o L1 p�& -�_N85° 55��6' 287. 0 Fj .0 _ I C5 00 `L1 9 �,�,� C8 !06 OLEA WAY 6 0 �; ICD 6; 19 `2 CD N85° 55' 39"W 182. 31, Cos V I C7 N L1 �-- 's A 4Q9 C13 ,C12--47.63' 9°2g r35 1z ro -63. 50'- -63. 50'- - vo Qs� ��Qi �.58• ,9, o �, - - zo I o 2 o 00 00 0 Ln cj �, 1 � O w C> cD rn M A h to cnl w' w o r� of o ,h C -1 - I� 16 �' 15 \v rri 14 uj Z o �� 18 w 11 =zr_ 17 (=> � � � � � a o � N 13 0 w N I� �I o �I o �v L,, �, o t o D'I o n I o rri z o o0 Z L=63.9I Z L=60.44' o '` o0 w Z p=4039' 23" A=4° 24' 00" Z Z 52, 54 C11 63.50' "' 13o.61' C3 � M _ (183.15' R4) O 606.66' R4) lio Z 84° 08 (N ' 51"E -�- C2 Lu W j CD�� 606 6666 R4 x � (N84° 08'5111E SOMMERS _ BEND cn -__ w __---- Lu cn I I IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-16 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 18 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY APRIL 2019 SCALE: 1" = 50' 50 0 50 100 'TWao'T H(o® 37308 19 01 85 55 3911W i C4 4- oi 74.24' R4) io l0 150.00' R4) (N85 ° 55' 39" W ' "' I "' 74.24' R4) ti 150.00' R4) o Ic� 13 �aao'r Flo ® 37 30 o 'TIqao'r Ho. 37309 Mo HIM 408/ 0=0 T-7 d Z W Lu in LLI W cn \\cp.rickeng.com\projects\C-SD-M\17883CM-Roripcugh\Survey\Tract-37341-16\17883AM-16fm05-McpSht.dgn PLOT DATE: 10-FEB-2020 JN 16464 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-16 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 18 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY APRIL 2019 C'T H0 ® 37308 H SCALE: 1" = 50' 50 0 50 100 0 1�11.O '- 1c9 \ 'p Off/ 1 \ `\ C3 1 66.37' R4) (N87° 43' 50"W ti \ C5 a- W� �5 L6 N880 06' 11 "E 0 o o \s 68.43' M o \o r� o \ Z o SHEET 6 OF 8 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. z ,o �N6a co W 62 LINE TABLE o R) 61 v 6 NAME DIRECTION LENGTH - o ------------- ----------- 301.20, rn L1 N 28014'23" E 25.07' 60 0Lnco L2 N 19016' 00" W 16.40' Ln ,21 L3 N 19016'00" W 16.40' L4 N 66046' 23" W 25.07' L5 N 75026'44" E 36.40' r 59 L=62.39' 1` L6 N 88042'01" W 29.43' 46' 12"- - - - 0 L=380.47' - - Z 6, 58=5g. a 51„ 1 14„ R=528. H R=500.00'_ LL-36� W 57 A i q1° 11 10 = p' �� �A 2 k-oT R=412. 00' L=340.1�� � - W ° 1'10 g 48 45 � 56 W v, 61.6�1 �_ 50tr - z AL=80. 84' o CURVE TABLE -a 61� �3, 2'l�-s-(R�3 9•q2� a�' ¢ NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC ------------------------------- N6 R1�P"E A� 53'1 `Q C1 ( 9°14'45" 534.50' 86.25' 134) 61.Op 6a° 0'? 2/Q r o 38 M �� C2 (36 ° 1 1 ' 01 " 50.00' 31 .58' R4 ) _ �w`O�`' 3c�9•g2 65,Op � " i9O, 39 0 o C3 (34°22' 16" 35.00' 21 .00' R4) C4 14004'00" 35.00' 8.59' N r, 5 6 SO 3' 21/ / ?, mod'- o C5 20018' 16" 35.00' 12.40' o s N6a°0 p0' 40 _, Z C6 ( 4004'21" 713.00' 50.68' 134) �� o_ 6'i 65• 2 6, 90 C7 ( 4004' 21 " 750.00' 53.31 ' 134) o vC8 5000'46" 560.00' 48.99' 26•q�I 37.95' 61.74' C9 15000'38" 102.00' 26.72' 's• - i6aq0• e N89°56'36"W 99.69' C10 37013'09" 46.00' 29.88' 41 '� g2.22 2 �•r000 9%, C1 1 67044' 22" 46.00' 54.38' •o g3.aq �„� 6 sQ s O C12 67047' 15" 46.00' 54.42' 3 2 2 0� C13 37 16' 31 " 46.00' 29.93' 2 ��', Ol° p� oJ; C14 1046'55" 472.00' 14.68' 42 N^, d 30 � o 43 30 o a``' 29 _ ��� A9 o p2� y ,� 2 6, 31 lilA, \o- 6, 3a' 06, 101. 91 ' o � 2 , �9 4 51.28' N66 -l2. qq N87° 03' 30" W RAD � a 6 �o �� 61.31 , 2 Z � „ 259.03 � o �h 2 . 05' 1 l E _� 28 �s s o N N8 o `� 3 '60clio Qj o o < 11. 68' 32� M 3 ° 33' 23" E 132.14' y a� *CO 11 `_`' 25 26 o N81 Lf)o 0 000 0 2 0 Z Z Z , �, `� �� N14_15_14_w RAD_ \ NCO. q ,' �,''`°� ''A \\• H 4.77' _ W- - --66.50' --66.50' - - - - - - 132.35� c\\ pp. \, ° 0�' �0.' �•s , \ = o N90900' 00" E 150. 20' 0 0=14° 15' 14" R=532 T o Ca =560• , p,c�`L o \�� 5 to � PRIVATE STREE aa•pp a, ��o ,� o 00 `�' 5 N90° 00' 00" E 150.20' `�' _ �5 11 3, 33 W _ (/�to Lu CD 6 � o LOT licit p=51 13 =6° 15' 33 6, \v6 `V oo N90° 00' 00" E 150. 20' - 6 16' S4,r L=64.23 cp.ti 2 90 s,9 \\s cp 19) -66. 50, 66. 50,- p=5° 38' 09 L�=64. 41 z �, o \ s� \ 3ot 9.98' L=57.84' z7 VA/ Ln z v v, IZ \o� CID A o_ _o Mo oo w 8 �� \� p' o Lo \v 3 0 12 0 11 0 10, I'N 9 c'0 1 0 o I _ , �-' 0 0 00 0 000 4 �F�, Iv `=1 p4 21,E Z Z Z = 8.10' to L=i5.124„ N-6° 9.90 L 6 / p=6 05 66.50' 66.50' A=5° 28' 20" 1p=43° R� / C6 (N90000' 00"W 150.00' 134) ooi io 56/ i M_ - - C7 'Y'y�� (N90° 00' 00"W 150.00' R4) o-�� r- - BENS g SOMM � 3 No. IS �lcJ Flo 40 a / a 91 =0 I \\cp.rickeng.com\projects\C-SD-M\17883CM-Roripcugh\Survey\Tract-37341-16\17883AM-16fm06-McpSht.dgn PLOT DATE: 10-FEB-2020 JN 16464 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO,, 37341-16 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 18 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY LINE TABLE APRIL 2019 SHEET 7 OF 8 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. CURVE TABLE NAME DIRECTION LENGTH NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC SCALE:1" = 50' ---- L1 --------------- N 70039'23" W 54 99' ---- C1 ----------- 9014'45" -------- 534.50' -------- 86.25' L2 N 03047'35" E 33.98' C2 (36011'01" 50.00' 31.58' R4) 50 0 50 100 L3 N 43036'07" W 39.74' C3 (34022'16" 35.00' 21.00' R4) L4 N 43036'07" W 38.62' C4 (28036'58" 150.00' 74.92' R4) L5 N 86045'00" E 35.39' C5 14004'00" 35.00' 8.59' L6 N 83051'45" E 23.76' C6 20018'16" 35.00' 12.40' L7 N 15003'50" W 25.20' C7 4025'02" 688.00' 53.04' L8 N 54046'02" W 93.26' C8 7055'23" 468.00' 64.72' L9 N 13030'45" E 18.11' C9 7041'42" 472.00' 63.39' L10 N 31014'48" E 3.49' C10 4056'12" 688.00' 59.28' L11 N 58045'12" W 5.21' C11 2037'10" 588.00' 26.88' O L12 N 31014'48" E 1.36' C12 2017'30" 713.00' 28.52' L13 N 31014'48" E 19.64' C13 0003'38" 532.00' 0.56' L14 N 58045'12" W 4.84' C14 1029'34" 490.00' 12.77' /� L15 N 28028'27" E 15.97' C15 4013'46" 490.00' 36.17' \sue. X, L16 N 61031'33" W 7.91 C16 5040'33" 500.00' 49.53' \� `I;/Q L17 N 28028'27" E 12.00' C17 5042'04" 500.00' 49.75' \�'9 0• oo/ L18 N 61°31'33" W 14.72' C18 4055'01" 725.00' 62.22' L19 N 61028'46" W 11.38' C19 0001,101, 725.00' 0.25' L20 N 50051'44" W 5.00' RAID C20 5049'58" 688.00' 70.04' \ ' C21 0028'15" 688.00' 5.66' \ r', C22 2020'37" 688.00' 28.14' 66.37' R4) (NR7° d'�I rnmu L007 7� SEE SHEET 8 7l Z F- LU Lu ui Lu Lu ui \, N62° 01' 31 "W RAID Aso- L14 v a 61 L 12 70 L11 L1 ��VQ h DETAIL "B" NOT TO SCALE 'TaAC'T LIVII o //�� H (o ® �37 �30 4�0 0 0o eel o0o a N, `P /� O 0Q\p4' 0 o ,� �. SEE N. o \4..���6o;o`L DETAIL ��B" �N• h `��- �' � SEE a• o �� `���,�6 DETAIL C" cb ti9\-1-5- �00- 1 6ga9s-// DETAIL "A" NOT TO SCALE 1 9'q '90 c ON M DETAIL "C" NOT TO SCALE Ml U \\cp.rickeng.com\projects\C-SD-M\17883CM-Roripcugh\Survey\Tract-37341-16\17883AM-16fm07-McpSht.dgn PLOT DATE: 10-FEB-2020 JN 16464 SCALE: VI 50' 50 0 50 100 Q 0 � o0 a � IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37341-16 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 18 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY NAME L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 L9 L10 L11 LINE TABLE CURVE TABLE DIRECTION LENGTH NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC ---------------- N 57037'10" E --------- 18.98, ---- C1 ----------- ( 9014'45" -------- 534.50' -------- 86.25' R4) N 79002'44" E 42.71' C2 (36011'01" 50.00' 31.58' R4) N 77019'37" E 56.02' C3 (34022'16" 35.00' 21.00' R4) N 79009'10" E 67.19' C4 14004'00" 35.00' 8.59' N 81020'27" E 67.06' C5 25034'17" 12.50' 5.58' N 82059'09" E 41.92' C6 38016'27" 77.50' 51.77' N 57024'52" E 3.95' C7 7032'17" 35.00' 4.60' N 84018'41" W 63.25' C8 38016'27" 62.50' 41.75' N 82059'09" E 41.71' C9 25034'17" 27.50' 12.27' N 88042'01" W 29.43' N 75026'44" E 36.40' �WQC'T H(0 ® IST'sa o Milo 68 0 6 1 0= 0 19 �;1691.5p�;19g•12 66• 6l' ,Nl 3 ��\ Cg N86 20 Zi� -i- N� -►, � - � Z �ql gg2.5g� 1N6'e 13�3 PG�ES •20' vol "E N6a° p3� 21 g6 57 �- L8 1-5 y 13.97' Ca 3 N6g6 •3A' / N84° 18' 4632? g �Q / / 3`'° • 0.21 5 6 CI �66° A9A ON �� L2 N82° 31' Oi E g 61. l6' �o NO. SEA go APRIL 2019 50 600 0 COg' 22 0.1`E g� 1z �11 62 SHEET 8 OF 8 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET, SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BOUNDARY MAP, BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR SHEET INDEX MAP AND EASEMENT NOTES. L10 M C2 ti W 0-, N88°06'11"E oo �s L(o4 68. 43' c."j) o 0- ti o Lc-) z ti � 03 (34 SEE SHEET NO. 7 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT SHEET TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 (S 64°10'07" E 137.86' R4) (N 64010'00" W 137.86' R2) L2 (N 71°51'24" E 60.57' R4) (N 71051'21" E 60.57' R2) L3 (N 47054'03" E 206.41' R4) (N 47054'00" E 206.41' R2) L4 (N 74040'31" E 84.91' R4) (N 74040'28" E 84.91' R2) L5 (N 89042'02" E 162.15' 134) (N 89041'59" E 162.15' R2) L6 (N 63056'09" E 113.99' R4) (N 63056'06" E 113.99' R2) L7 (N 84027'29" E 144.82' 134) (N 84027'26" E 144.82' 132) L8 (N 84027'27" E 49.09' 134) (N 84027'24" E 49.09' 133) L9 (S 84012'25" E 129.22' 134) (N 84012'28" W 129.22' 133) L10 (N 83031'26" E 386.16' 134) (N 83031'23" E 386.16' 133) L11 (N 57040'49" E 87.87' 134) (N 57040'46" E 87.87' 133) L12 (N 72009'33" E 161.36' R4) (N 72009'30" E 161.36' R3) L13 (N 81026'12" E 356.89' 134) (N 81026'09" E 356.89' 133) L14 (S 89059'57" E 283.29' 134) (N 90000'00" W 283.29' 133) L15 (S 83050'13" E 159.06' R4) (N 83050'16" W 159.06' 133) L16 (N 61056'25" E 264.03' R4) (N 61056'22" E 264.03' R3) L17 (N 51006'12" E 146.91' R4) (N 51006'09" E 146.91' 133) L18 (N 40050'09" E 160.77' 134) (N 40050'06" E 160.77' 133) L19 (N 45027'37" E 97.37' 134) (N 45027'34" E 97.37' 133) L20 (N 55057'04" E 292.00' 134) (N 55057'01" E 292.00' 133) L21 (N 71033'59" E 183.58' 134) (N 71033'56" E 183.58' 133) L22 (N 10059'51" W 41.74' R4) (N 10059'54" W 41.74' R3) L23 (N 46017'13" W 70.83' R4) (N 46017'16" W 70.83' 133) L24 (N 30010'20" E 129.03' R4) (N 30°10'17" E 129.03' R3) L25 (N 41058'20" W 153.10' R4) (N 41°58'23" W 153.10' R3) L26 (N 68029'22" E 150.04' R4) (N 68029'19" E 150.04' R3) L27 (N 49018'15" W 61.50' 134) (N 49018'18" W 61.50' 133) L28 (N 27042'29" W 157.42' R4) (N 27042'32" W 157.42' R3) L29 (N 3009'15" E 69.52' R4) (N 3009'12" E 69.52' R3) L30 (N 31008'52" E 146.57' R4) (N 31008'49" E 146.57' R3) L31 (N 59053'24" E 91.23' R4) (N 59053'21" E 91.23' R3) L32 (S 80011'49" E 146.69' R4) (N 80011'52" W 146.69' R3) L33 (S 24°16'03" E 163.27' R4) (N 24°16'06" W 163.27' 133) L34 (S 40°55'25" E 372.57' R4) (N 40055'28" W 372.57' R3) L35 (S 22046'27" E 193.68' R4) (N 22°46'30" W 193.68' R3 L36 (S 0°50'29" E 260.95' R4) (N 0°50'32" W 260.95' 133) L37 (S 8011'57" W 112.76' R4) (N 8011'54" E 112.76' R3) L38 (S 25031'21" W 112.71' 134) (N 25031'18" E 112.71' R3) L39 (S 37018'50" W 85.50' 134) (N 37018'47" E 85.50' R3) L40 (S 5°40'51" E 142.81' R4) (N 5040'54" W 142.81' 133) L41 (S 89010'18" E 85.47' R4) (N 89°10'21" W 85.47' R3) L42 (N 60°44'02" E 96.06' R4) (N 60°43'59" E 96.06' R3) L43 (S 89026'27" E 338.54' R4) (N 89°26'30" W 338.53' R3) L44 (N 0°33'48" E 30.00' R4) (N 0033'47" E 30.00' 132) ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT NOTES IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA UJ J � a 1. THIS PROPERTY IS LOCATED WITHIN 30 W' J MILES OF MOUNT PALOMAR OBSERVATORY. ALL PROPOSED OUTDOOR LIGHTING SYSTEMS TRACT MAP NO, 3 � C7 J�-I SHALL COMPLY WITH THE UAL IFORNIA 7341-16�-!< INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PALOMAR OBSERVATORY RECOMMENDATIONS, ORDINANCE NO. 655. 2. THIS PROJECT IS WITHIN A LIQUEFACTION HAZARD ZONE. 20 J BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 18 OF TRACT MAP NO. 37368, AS FILED IN BOOK 468, PAGE 89 THROUGH 98, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, m N 00 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, LYING WITH SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 J WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. n J L45�- L5 (N89° 39' 10"W 5282, 95' R4)-V (N89° 39' 12"W 5282,87' R2 & R3) DETAIL "A " APRIL 2019 N.T.S. 10 CITY LIMIT \ \ NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L55 (N 38°15'21" E 663.57' R4) LINE 1 ---------------------------- (N 38°15'24" E 663.55' R1) L45 (S 89039'10" E 319.78' R4) L56 (N 38015'21" E 655.50' R4) IN 89039'12" W 319 80' R21 11 RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY BOUNDARY CONTROL SHEET (N88° 29' 38" E 5296.39' R4) (N88° 29' 37" E 5296.39' R2 & R3) CONTINUED TABLE DATA (N 38 15 19 E 655.48 R2) �, M MURRIETTA HOT L46 ( N 0°21 ' 22" E 265.43' R4) L57 (N 0° 33' 48" E 485.01' R4) o �r cz SPRINGS ROAD J (N 0° 33' 47" E 485.01' R2) "� °� I (N 0 20'S8" E 265.41' R2) L58 (N 89° 39' 10" W 55.00' R4) N `�� _ - L47 (S 89°26'26" E 126.20' R4) (N 89°39'12" W 55.00' R2 & R3)c"i ro `��r - - - (N 89 ° 26' 26" W 126.19' R2 ) L59 (N 890 39' 10" W 601. 73' R4) I� \��' _ T L48 ( N 0033' 34" E 76.01 ' R4) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.61' R2) `p �26 \�' / I Al o ( N 0°33' 34" E 76.01 ' R2 ) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.50' PM 14/93-94) �; N I NAME DELTA RAD I US ARC- "' � g��j L49 (N 48°26'50" W 30.47' R4) _ �� r a'� w tt� L w 1 �° p �? 6 ( N 48 ° 25' 50" W 30.48' R2 ) C1 (23° 23' 23" 1600. 00' 653.17' R4) v �L23 s t'� C) L50 (N 36044' 32" E 122.41 ' R4) (23° 23' 33" 1600. 00' 653. 24' R1 & R2) 21 �L22 U; N 36 °44' 30" E 122.39' R2 ► C2 (2° 08' 52" 1600. 00' 59. 98' R4) �" r - o � - (/) - - - RORIPAUGH C3 (35° �2' 42' 1600. 00' 992.60 R4) & R2) j /r m Z o z \ VALLEY I I L51 ( N 89 ° 26' 26" W 500.00' R41 ° „ v Z ROAD L52 (N 0033'48" E 1610.00' R4) (35°3246" 1600. 00' 992.63' R1 & R2) ��J ' (N 0034'04"E 1610.00' R1) �� J 0 - 8 L53 IN 38015'21" E 82.30' R4) '� (N 38015'18"E 82.30' R2) �� o o �o ��� �'��� Z3 Imo; 66. l / L54 (N 0033'48" E 150.19' R4) � LIN �/ H Rpg0�4 N53° 53' 32"W R 0� - T Lf� C« �7 L� LL,% 55' - 55'= ��0 12��0� ��6. IN 0°33'47"E 150.19' R2 8 R3] �12 113 ��4� �� � -t- o oo L8 Lg L10 �GQC�� �]0 ® 37 �� a L41 \,A L5� ■- _ /< 'TRAC Ir H0. 37 34� _3 v0 L53 �' 465-131 R4) Q� ( 651736 RZIE] C3 � �g / /'�� ti�h 4 �C� e3� D lb 4 `' h�h' / L---i' �a - �G3Q0'T Ho® 37306 � 406/80-0 d o \ o \ I I v�'/1 I / / 24 V e \� / \ 11WQ I �wNNO. N C= ��M'n N --�-- - TRACT MAP NO. 37341-16 \ I O IO / oZo p �G3Q0� (\ uG3QC 'T H(O ° 37 3a FD 1" IP W/PP "FRANK - 4 Q 4 H o ° 37 34 � e 14 I o J & LAURA RICE 28029 DN. 0.5, NO REFERENCE `� L� (422.01' R4] o o 7 ACCEPTED AS POINT 1 N89° 26' 26"W) L ON S'LY LINE OF QN L� L49- L�J SEE DETAIL "A " 29 N4 260' " 2 L48-l'URQOT' H0• 37341=�z R3 & R4 / �\ r� -L L47 SOMMERS BEND= _ -1 FD 1" IP OPEN DN. 0 5 FD 8'X8 STONE MON. (75.81' R4) NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS MK'D "P 17" ON S'LY � � � � (75.84' R2 & 133) L59 J SIDE UP 1.2' PER POINT ON iSTY LINE OF R3 & R4 (625.52' R4) (878.58' R4) 6 L45- R2, R3 & R4 'TR Q 0 7 H 00 ° 37 3C� o [VI] o � (� S � S � e � S 625.59R2 & R3 - ----------T--- --)-a (878.53 R2 & 133) PAUBA BOUN RY (5227.95' R4) (5227.88' R2 & R3) _ l / J�r1f� J 1 RANCHO PAR � 2 AD l _ (N89° 39' 10"W 5282.95' R4) �r1f� �1 � (N89° 39' 12"W 5282.87' R2 & R3) \ I / / PJ\II� 1 zli PJ�J1� 15-3� � -P, � PJ�IJ� J _J/ �r1;�, 12 pJ�J1J J 1/ 93- )5 �r1;� 1 1 �r�;�,PIM l r l r _J � / �r1f� ° 93- )5 93-3--3 ) 57-5�3 r, )��71 l� ' J SHEET 1 OF 1 SHEETS SURVEYOR'S NOTES 1. INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. 2. ■ INDICATES 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, TO BE SET FLUSH PER TRACT MAP 37368, MB 468/89-98. 3. O INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. 4. ALL MONUMENTS SET ARE PER RIVERSIDE COUNTY ORDINANCE 461.21. 5. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 19.984 ACRES GROSS. 6. DRAINAGE EASEMENTS SHALL BE KEPT FREE OF BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTIONS. 7. ALL MONUMENTS SHOWN AS SET SHALL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MONUMENTATION AGREEMENT FOR THIS MAP. 8. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 73 LOTS. 9. - INDICATES SUBDIVISION BOUNDARY. 10. RAID INDICATES RADIAL BEARING. 11. R1 INDICATES RECORD PER PER RS 143/82-89. 12. R2 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 342/73-85. 13. R3 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 401/89-96. 14. R4 INDICATES RECORD AND MEASURED PER TRACT 37368 MB 468/89-98. 15. ALL LOT CORNERS OF THIS MAP WILL BE MONUMENTED BY A 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED "LS 8805", FLUSH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 16. C.C. 8 R's, RECORDED ---------------- AS INST. NO -------------- 17. ///// INDICATES RESTRICTED ACCESS. ❑x MONUMENT LOG 1 FD 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", S.E. CORNER SECTION 20 PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 2 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH, "LS 7891", IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. 8 SOUTH LOOP RD. PER R1 & R4, FLUSH. 3 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, DN. 0.1' 4 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD 8 NORTH LOOP ROAD 8 NICHOLAS RD. PER R1 8 R4. 5 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", E.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 6 FD. 3/4" IP W/TAG "LS 4251" PER PMB 95/71-72, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. 7 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1 & R4, DN. 0.1'. 8 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. AND RORIPAUGH VALLEY RD. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 9 FD. 2" IP W/TAG "LS 3483" N.W. CORNER SECTION 21. PER R1 8 R4, FLUSH. 10 FD. 2 1/4" BRASS CAP ON TOP OF 2 1/4" IP ON CONCRETE, STAMPED N.E. CORNER SECTION 21, PER RS 100/52-57, RS 87/28-34, R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.1'. 11 FD STONE MON. W/"P-16" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE W/TACK FOR S.E. CORNER SECTION 21 PER R2, R3 8 R4, UP 0.5'. 12 FD 6"X6" STONE MON. W/"P-15" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE NO TACK , E'LY 1/4 CORNER SECTION 21 PER RS 100/52-57, R2, R3 8 R4, FLUSH. SCALE: 1" = 400' 460 0 400 800 BOOK T PAGE Item No. 13 ACTION MINUTES TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MEETING COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA APRIL 28, 2020 CALL TO ORDER at 7:41 PM: President Schwank ROLL CALL: Edwards, Naggar, Rahn, Stewart, Schwank CSD PUBLIC COMMENTS - None CSD CONSENT CALENDAR Unless otherwise indicated below, the following pertains to all items on the Consent Calendar. Approved the Staff Recommendation (5-0): Motion by Naggar, Second by Stewart. The vote reflected unanimous approval. 11. Approve Action Minutes of March 10, 2020 Recommendation: 2020. That the Board of Directors approve the action minutes of March 10, CSD DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES REPORT CSD GENERAL MANAGER REPORT CSD BOARD OF DIRECTORS REPORTS CSD ADJOURNMENT At 7:48 PM, the Community Services District meeting was formally adjourned to Tuesday, March 12, 2020, at 5:30 PM for a Closed Session, with a regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Zak Schwank, President ATTEST: Randi Johl, Secretary [SEAL] Item No. 14 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT AGENDA REPORT TO: General Manager/Board of Directors FROM: Kevin Hawkins, Director of Community Services DATE: May 26, 2020 SUBJECT: Set Public Hearing to Approve the Temecula Community Services District Proposed Rates and Charges for Fiscal Year 2020-21 PREPARED BY: Jennifer Hennessy, Director of Finance RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Directors adopt the following resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. CSD 2020- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ACKNOWLEDGING THE FILING OF A REPORT WITH RESPECT TO THE PROPOSED RATES AND CHARGES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2020-21 AND SETTING A TIME AND PLACE FOR A PUBLIC HEARING IN CONNECTION THEREWITH BACKGROUND: The Temecula Community Service District (TCSD) operates under the authority of Community Services District Law and provides residential street lighting; perimeter landscaping and slope maintenance; recycling and refuse collection and unpaved road maintenance services in the City of Temecula. The boundaries of the TCSD are coterminous with the City and the City Council serves as the Board of Directors of the TCSD. The TCSD is required to complete an annual levy process, which includes adopting a resolution to accept the filing of a report on the proposed rates and charges necessary to provide the following services; noticing each affected property owner in the City; and conducting a public hearing to consider approving the proposed rates and charges. The four current service levels of the TCSD include: 1. Service Level B — Residential Street Lighting. 2. Service Level C — Perimeter Landscaping and Slope Maintenance. 3. Service Level D — Residential Recycling and Refuse Collection. 4. Service Level R — Unpaved Road Maintenance. 1. Service Level B — Residential Street Lighting The TCSD Rates and Charges for Service Level B are not proposed to increase from last year's rates. The rate is capped at $25.68 per single family residential. 2. Service Level C — Perimeter Landscaping and Slope Maintenance As a result of various property owner elections, there are two zones subject to an annual rate increase. The rate increase is the lesser of- (1) the percentage increase in the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Consumer Price Index ("CPI") of All Urban Consumers for the Riverside -San Bernardino -Ontario, for the previous calendar year (2) 5% The Annual CPI change for 2019 was 2.89%. As a result, the following zones will see a slight increase in the rates for Fiscal Year 2020-21. Zone No. and Name 6 - Woodcrest County 29 - Gallery Portraits 19-20 Rate 20-21 Rate Increase $113.58 $116.87 $3.29 $405.42 $417.12 $14.70 3. Service Level D — Residential Recycling and Refuse Service Per the Franchise Agreement with CR&R, the change in CPI and landfill tipping fees determine the increase/decrease in the annual Service Level D rate and charge. An increase of $7.17 is proposed to the annual rate and charge for Service Level D from $296.02 to $303.19 per residential unit beginning Fiscal Year 2020-21. The increase is due to a CPI increase of 1.80% and a landfill tipping fee increase of 3.03%, and a decrease of $0.90 to maintain fund balance in Fund 194. 4. Service Level R — Unpaved Street and Road Maintenance The TCSD rates and charges for Service Level R are not proposed to increase from their approved per parcel rate. The rate is capped at $115.26 per single family residential and $57.62 per vacant residential property. Staff recommends that the Board of Directors adopt the resolutions to accept the filing of the report on the proposed rates and charges for Fiscal Year 2020-21, and declaring its intention to levy and collect annual assessments for maintenance, and schedule a public hearing concerning these issues for July 28, 2020. Staff will proceed with noticing each affected property owner in the City regarding the proposed rates and charges within a minimum of forty-five (45) days prior to the public hearing. FISCAL IMPACT: The revenue generated for the TCSD Fiscal Year 2020-21 rates and charges will fund residential street lighting; perimeter landscaping and slope maintenance; recycling and refuse collection and unpaved road maintenance services in the City of Temecula. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Resolution of Intention 2. Exhibit A — Project Summary 3. Preliminary Engineer's Report RESOLUTION NO. CSD 2020- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ACKNOWLEDGING THE FILING OF A REPORT WITH RESPECT TO THE PROPOSED RATES AND CHARGES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2020-21 AND SETTING A TIME AND PLACE FOR A PUBLIC HEARING IN CONNECTION THEREWITH THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Upon incorporation of the City of Temecula, effective December 1, 1989, voters approved the formation of the Temecula Community Services District ("TCSD"), to provide specified services to properties within its jurisdiction. Section 2. Pursuant to Government Code Section 61115, the TCSD has prescribed, revised and collected rates and charges for the services furnished by it, and has elected to have these rates and charges collected on the tax roll in the same manner, by the same persons, and at the same time as, together with and not separately from, property taxes collected within the TCSD in the same manner prescribed by Government Code Section 61115. The TCSD proposes to continue such rates and charges for the operation, maintenance, servicing and administration of street lights, perimeter landscaping and slope maintenance, refuse collection, and unpaved street maintenance for the 2020-21 Fiscal Year. All laws applicable to the levy, collection, and enforcement of property taxes, including, but not limited to, those pertaining to the matters of delinquency, correction, cancellation, refund and redemption, shall be applicable to these rates and charges, except for the California Revenue and Taxation Code Section 4831. Section 3. Pursuant to Government Code Section 61115, the TCSD has caused a written report ("Report") to be prepared and filed with the Secretary of the TCSD. This Report contains a description of each parcel of real property and the proposed amount of the rates and charges for Fiscal Year 2020-21. The Report is based upon a budget adopted by the Board of Directors for the proposed services for specific areas where such services are provided including necessary staff and administrative expenses. A summary of the Report containing the proposed rates and charges is attached hereto as Exhibit A, entitled "Project Summary", and incorporated herein by this reference. A copy of the Report is on file in the office of the Secretary of the TCSD, and is available for public inspection. Section 4. The Board of Directors hereby acknowledges the filing of the Report, and appoints the 28th day of July, 2020, at the hour of 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as feasible, in the City Council Chambers at City Hall, located at 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590, as the time and place for the public hearing on the Report and the proposed rates and charges. At the public hearing, the Board of Directors will hear and consider all objections or protests, if any, to the Report. The Board may continue the hearing from time to time. Section 5. The District Secretary is hereby directed to give notice of the filing of the Report and of the time and place of the hearing on the Report pursuant to the requirements of Government Code Section 61115. The District Secretary is further directed to give notice, pursuant to Section 6 of Article XIIID of the California Constitution, regarding any increases proposed in the Report with respect to any of the rates and charges. Section 6. The District Secretary shall certify to the adoption of this Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the Board of Directors of the Temecula Community Services District of the City of Temecula this 261h day of May, 2020. ATTEST: Randi Johl, Secretary [SEAL] Zac Schwank, President N STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, Secretary of the Temecula Community Services District of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. CSD 2020- was duly and regularly adopted by the Board of Directors of the Temecula Community Services District of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 26th day of May, 2020, by the following vote: AYES: BOARD MEMBERS: NOES: BOARD MEMBERS: ABSENT: BOARD MEMBERS: Randi Johl, Secretary K3 FXHIRIT A PROJECT SUMMARY TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT On January 28, 2014, Albert A. Webb Associates was retained by the City of Temecula to prepare the Annual Levy Report for the Temecula Community Services District (TCSD) for Fiscal Year 2020-21. Pursuant to Government Code of the State of California, commencing with Section 61115, the TCSD has the power to levy and collect rates and charges in order to carry on its operations and to provide the services and facilities furnished by it. The levy and collection of the rates and charges is accomplished by the identification and description of each parcel within a specific Service Level. A Service Level is a defined area that provides a specific service, operation and maintenance and/or program to only those parcels contained within that service level boundary. The TCSD is currently composed of four (4) Service Levels, as described below: Service Level B — Residential Street Lights. Operations, maintenance, utility costs and administration of all residential streetlights. 2. Service Level C - Perimeter Landscaping and Slope Maintenance. Operations, maintenance, utility costs, improvements, and administration for all perimeter landscaping and slope maintenance areas maintained by the TCSD. 3. Service Level D — Recycling and Refuse Collection. Operations and administration of the recycling and refuse collection program for single-family residential dwellings. 4. Service Level R — Unpaved Road Maintenance. Maintenance of unpaved streets and roads. The Financial Analysis contained herein contains each Service Level including their totals for Fiscal Year 2020-21 as follows: Service Level B Service Level C Service Level D Service Level R TOTAL TCSD BUDGET *Single Family Residential SERVICE LEVEL Rate RI in(C FT $575,723 $25.68/SFR* $1,822,480 Variable $8,685,982 $303.19 $15,150 Variable $11,099,335 The Levy and Collection amounts for all non-exempt parcels within the TCSD for the Fiscal Year 2020-21 are as shown on the Levy Roll on file with the City Clerk/District Secretary. Webb MUNICIPAL IPAL rINANC.r Engineer's Annual Levy Report Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Temecula Community Services District Service Levels B, C, R and Recycling & Refuse Collection Prepared For The Heart of Southern California Wine Country May 2020 Vml Jn�� r -, ALti Table of Contents Sections Tables Section i. Engineer's Statement Section 1. Description of Services 1 Section 2. Budgets and Levy Summary 2 Section 3. District Services and Charges 10 Section 4. Changes to the District 15 Section 5. Method of Apportionment 17 Section 6. Tax Roll 20 Table 2-1. Operating Budget Summary for Service Levels B, D and R 3 Table 2-2. Operating Budget for Service Level C 4 Table 2-3. Year over Year Budget Comparison 9 Table 3-1. Service Level B 10 Table 3-2. Service Level C 11 Table 5-1. Parcel Charge Calculation Service Level B 17 Table 5-2. Parcel Charge Calculation Service Level C 18 Table 5-3. Parcel Charge Calculation Service Level R 19 Table 5-4. Parcel Charge Calculation Refuse/Recycling Collection 19 Appendices Appendix A. Tax Roll A-1 i. Engineer's Statement AGENCY: CITY OF TEMECULA PROJECT: TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT TO: BOARD OF DIRECTORS CITY OF TEMECULA STATE OF CALIFORNIA REPORT PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 61115 Pursuant to Government Code Section 61115, this Report is prepared and presented to the Board to prescribe Service Level B, Service Level C, Service Level R and Refuse/Recycling Collection rates and charges for the parcels and territories within the District. A Public Hearing is held each year before the Board to allow the public an opportunity to hear and be heard regarding the District. Following consideration of all public comments and written protests at the noticed Public Hearing, and review of the Report, the Board may order amendments to the Report or confirm the Report as submitted. Following final approval of the Report, and confirmation of the Charges, the Board shall order the levy and collection of Charges for Fiscal Year 2020-2021. In such case, the levy information will be submitted to the Riverside County Auditor/Controller and included as Charges on the property tax roll for the various services provided in Fiscal Year 2020-2021. SECTION 1 DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES of the areas covered and the services provided for the Fiscal Year. The description of services shows and describes the existing improvements and is sufficient in showing and describing the general nature, location, and extent of the improvements. SECTION 2 A BUDGETS AND LEVY SUMMARY by Service Level of the improvements to be maintained and/or improved for the mentioned Fiscal Year. SECTION 3 A description of the DISTRICT SERVICES AND CHARGES by Service Level, describing the method used to apportion the District charges. SECTION 4 CHANGES TO THE DISTRICT contains details of changes that have occurred within the District since its inception that could affect the levy. SECTION 5 The METHOD OF APPORTIONMENT used to calculate the levy for each of the Service Levels. SECTION 6 The TAx ROLL information. Temecula Community Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 i. Engineer's Statement WHEREAS, upon incorporation of the City of Temecula (the "City"), effective December 1, 1989 voters approved the formation of the Temecula Community Services District (the "District") to provide specified services previously provided by the County of Riverside (the "County") to properties within its jurisdiction. The boundary of the District is coterminous with the City boundary and includes all parcels within the City with the City Council acting as the Board of Directors (the "Board") for the District. The District collects property -related fees and charges ("Charges") in order to provide services and maintain the improvements within the District. The District was formed, and Charges were set and established, pursuant to the Community Services District Law, Title 6, Division 3 of the California Government Code ("CSD Law"). WHEREAS, each fiscal year, an Engineer's Annual Levy Report (the "Report") is prepared, filed, and approved by the Board. This Report describes the District, any changes to the District, and the proposed Charges for the fiscal year. The word "parcel," for the purposes of this Report, refers to an individual property assigned its own Assessment Number or Assessor's Parcel Number by the Riverside County Assessor's Office. The Riverside County Auditor/Controller uses Assessment Numbers and specific Fund Numbers to identify, on the tax roll, properties charged for District services. The Charges contained in the Report are based on the historical and estimated costs to service properties within the District. The services provided by the District and the corresponding costs are budgeted and charged as separate Service Levels and include all expenditures, deficits, surpluses, and revenues. Each parcel is charged for the services provided to the parcel. The District provides residential street lighting, perimeter landscaping and slope protection, and refuse collection in numerous residential developments as well as unpaved road improvement and maintenance within specified areas of the District. WHEREAS, Pursuant to Government Code Section 61115 the District has prescribed, revised, and collected rates and charges for residential street lighting ("Service Level B"), perimeter landscaping ("Service Level C"), unpaved road maintenance ("Service Level R"), and Refuse/Recycling Collection services furnished by the District, and has elected to have these rates and charges collected on the tax roll in the same manner, by the same persons, and at the same time as, together with and not separately from, its general taxes in the manner prescribed by Government Code Section 61115. Temecula Community Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) II Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 i. Engineer's Statement Now, THEREFORE, I Matthew E. Webb, a Professional Civil Engineer (employed at Albert A. Webb Associates and retained through an agreement between Webb Municipal Finance, LLC and my employer), acting on behalf of the Temecula Community Services District, pursuant to the XSD Law", do hereby submit the following: The District requested Webb Municipal Finance, LLC, to prepare and file an Engineer's Levy Report for Temecula Community Services District (Levels B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) pursuant to the Government Code Section 61115, presenting plans and specifications describing the general nature, location and extent of the improvements to be maintained, an estimate of the costs of the maintenance, operations, and servicing of the improvements for Service Levels B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection, for the referenced Fiscal Year, an assessment of the estimated costs of the maintenance, operations, and servicing the improvements, assessing the net amount upon all assessable lots and/or parcels within each Service Level and Refuse/Recycling Collection in proportion to the special benefit received; This Report and the information contained herein reflect the proposed budget for each of the various services provided by the District and the rates and charges applicable to those services as they existed at the time of the passage of the Resolution of Intention. Reference is hereby made to the Riverside County Assessor's maps for a detailed description of the lines and dimensions of parcels within the District. The undersigned respectfully submits the enclosed Report as directed by the Board of Directors of the Temecula Community Services District. Please note that Albert A. Webb Associates provides engineering advice and related consulting services. Albert A. Webb Associates is not a registered municipal advisor and does not participate in municipal advisory activities, and nothing in this Engineer's Report is, or should be interpreted to be, municipal advisory services or advice. Executed this day of 2020. P�pFESSIp�� A", � z w NL . 37385 m a � 'ram eIV1�- 7/ OF-CALII4'!// ALBERT A. WEBB ASSOCIATES MATTHEW E. WEBB PROFESSIONAL CIVIL ENGINEER NO. 37385 ENGINEER OF WORK ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AND THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT STATE OF CALIFORNIA Final approval, confirmation and levy of the annual assessments and all matters in the Engineer's Report were made on the day of 2020, by adoption of Resolution No. by the Board of Directors. CITY CLERK CITY OF TEMECULA STATE OF CALIFORNIA A copy of the Tax Roll and Engineer's Annual Levy Report were filed in the office of the City Clerk on the day of 12020. CITY CLERK CITY OF TEMECULA STATE OF CALIFORNIA Temecula Community Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 1. Description of Services The boundary of the District is coterminous with the City boundary and includes all parcels within the City. The District provides certain property related services and improvements consisting of four (4) separate and distinct services referred to as "Service Levels". Each parcel within the District is charged proportionately for only those services attributable to the parcel. Each Service Level has differing costs depending upon the services provided. All parcels identified within a Service Level share in the cost of the service. The costs associated with the service are spread among all properties within that Service Level to which the service is provided in accordance with the Method of Apportionment of the specific service level. Services and improvements provided throughout the District include residential street lighting, perimeter landscape maintenance and slope protection, unpaved road improvement construction and maintenance, and a refuse and recycling collection program. The Service Levels are identified as follows: Service Level B - Residential Street Lighting Services include the operation, maintenance, utility costs, and administration of residential streetlights. Service Level C - Perimeter Landscaping Services include the operation, maintenance, utility costs, improvements, and administration of all perimeter landscaping and slope maintenance areas maintained by the District. Service Level R - Unpaved Road Maintenance Services include the operation and administration of certain unpaved streets and roads maintained by the District. Refuse/Recycling Collection Services include the operation and administration of the refuse and recycling program for single-family dwellings. Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 2. Budgets and Levy Summary The budgets for each Service Level are shown below. Each Service Level provides different and specific services and improvements to various parcels within the District. Only the parcels that the services and improvements are levied for are included in each of the Service Levels. The "Total Levy Units" and the resulting "Charge per Levy Unit" (shown in Table 2-2), reflect a method of apportionment that most fairly spreads the costs of the services to the parcels in that Service Level. The "Total Levy Units" for Service Levels B, C, and Refuse/Recycling Collection is based on a per parcel count. For Service Level R, levy units are based on a Parcel Development Unit ("PDU"), which is similar to a per parcel count but makes a distinction between developed and undeveloped parcels. For a more complete description of the methods used for calculating the "Total Levy Units" used for each Service Level, please refer to Section 5, Method of Apportionment. Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) 2 Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 2. Budgets and Levy Summary Table 2-1 Service Levels B, D and R Operating Budget Summary for Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2021 PERSONNEL Services $22,718 1 $59,460 $0 $82,178 Subtotal Personnel Services $22,718 $59,460 $0 $82,178 OPERATIONS MAINTENANCE 5200'S Repair & Maintenance Facilities 5212 $0 $0 $0 $0 Office Supplies 5220 $0 $0 $0 $0 Printing 5222 $0 $0 $0 $0 Election Costs (Offset by Developer Deposits) 5225 $0 $0 $0 $0 Dues and Memberships 5226 $0 $5,916 $0 $5,916 Postage and Packaging 5230 $0 $0 $0 $0 Property Tax Administrative Fees 5231 $13,005 $15,300 $150 $28,455 Utilities 5240 $0 $0 $0 $0 Small Tools and Equipment 5242 $0 $5,100 $0 $5,100 Consulting Services 5248 $0 $0 $0 $0 Other Outside Services 5250 $0 $18,523 $0 $18,523 Public Notices 5256 $0 $15,300 $0 $15,300 Staff Training/Education 5261 $0 $0 $0 $0 Mileage 5262 $0 $102 $0 $102 Recognition Program 5265 $0 $0 $0 $0 Subtotal5200's $13,005 $60,241 $150 $73,396 Waste Hauling 5315 $0 $8,543,281 $0 $8,543,281 Street Lighting 5319 $540,000 $0 $0 $540,000 Subtotal5300's $540,000 $8,543,281 $0 $9,083,281 Emergency Road Maintenance 5402 $0 $0 $15,000 $15,000 Landscape Maintenance 5415 $0 $0 $0 $0 Landscape Rehabilitation 5416 $0 $0 $0 $0 Subtotal5400's $0 $0 $15,000 $15,000 Recycling Programs $0 $23,000 $0 $23,000 Subtotal $0 $23,000 $0 $23,000 Capital Outlay $0 $0 $0 $0 Subtotal $0 $0 $0 $0 TOTAL DIRECT DISTRICT COSTS $575,723 $8,685,982 $15,150 $9,276,855 EXPENDITURES/REVENUES Contingency Reserve $0 $0 $0 $0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES / REVENUES $575,723 $8,685,982 $15,150 $9,276,855 CONTRIBUTIONS Contributions from Grants 4025 $0 $0 $0 $0 Operation Income $0 $0 $0 $0 Other Contributions ($65,044) $0 $0 ($65,044) Fund Balance Collection/Contribution $0 $48,402 $9,618 $58,020 TOTAL COLLECTION/CONTRIBUTIONS ($65,044) $48,402 $9,618 ($7,024) Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) 3 Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 2. Budgets and Levy Summary Table 2-2 Service Levels C Operating Budget for Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2021 Budget FY 2020-2021 DIRECT COSTS Winchester Saddlewood Creek Zone 01 Zone 02 Rancho Highlands Zone 03 The Vineyards Zone 0- Signet Series Zone 05 Woodcrest Country Zone 0. Repair & Maintenance / Facility $1,530 $1,530 $2,040 $510 $2,300 $1,200 Utilities $9,700 $8,400 $12,609 $1,700 $11,200 $4,500 Landscape Contract Rehabilitation TOTAL DIRECT COSTS $27,000 $20,816 $0 $10,000 $38,230 $40,746 $12 $34 $21,504 $10,000 $46,153 $3,700 $0 $5,910 $18,700 $5,000 $37,200 $12,182 $10,000 $27,882 INDIRECT COSTS City Admin $34 $34 $34 $34 County Fees $232 $297 $267 $151 $187 $190 Special Tax Consultant TOTAL DIRECT COSTS $1,500 $3,400 $3,731 $1,900 $2,201 $270 $455 $1,578 $1,799 $1,024 $1,248 $1,744 TOTAL• Surplus / (Deficit) ($2,041.78) ($1,934.71) ($1,025.61) $29.06 $25.94 ($2,368.70) ADJUSTMENTS Fund Balance Collection/Contribution ($2,041.78) ($1,934.71) ($1,025.61) $29.06 $25.94 ($2,368.70) TOTAL•4 EDUs 327 478 408 139 223 229 FY 2020-2021 Proposed Rate $116.00 $89.00 $116.00 $46.00 $175.00 $116.86 FY 2019-2020 Maximum Rate $116.00 $89.00 $116.00 $46.00 $175.00 $113.58 FY 2020-2021 Maximum Rate $116.00 $89.00 $116.00 $46.00 $175.00 $116.87 Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 2. Budgets and Levy Summary DIRECT COSTS $1,000 $5,900 $6,500 $0 $13,400 $12 $172 $750 $934 Repair & Maintenance / Facility Utilities Landscape Contract Rehabilitation TOTAL DIRECT COSTS $6,000 $1,000 $900 $300 $4,080 $35,000 $69,704 $20,400 $131,104 $12,192 $428 $5,542 _$1,700 $1,075 $1,500 $5,275 $12 $139 $207 $358 $3,565 $3,480 $1,000 $8,945 $1,071 $750 $0 $2,121 $28,815 $44,100 $20,300 $97,295 INDIRECT COSTS City Admin County Fees Special Tax Consultant $29 $127 $350 $506 $12 $97 $100 $6,104 $449 $3,899 TOTAL DIRECT COSTS $18,162 $209 $10,452 TOTAL• Surplus/(Deficit) $2,397.99 ($12,240.86) ($526.90) ($526.90) $292.71 $119.81 ($11,350.50) $2,397.99 ($12,240.86) ADJUSTMENTS Fund Balance Collection/Contribution $292.71 $119.81 ($11,350.50) TOTAL0. EDUs 188 783 111 84 14 831 FY 2020-2021 Proposed Rate $89.00 $175.00 $46.00 $116.00 $116.00 $116.00 $175.00 $175.00 $175.00 $116.00 $116.00 $116.00 FY 2019-2020 Maximum Rate FY 2020-2021 Maximum Rate $89.00 $89.00 $175.00 $175.00 $46.00 $46.00 Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) 5 Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 2. Budgets and Levy Summary Budget FY 2020-2021 Develop.Presley Morrison Barclay Monte Temeku DIRECT COSTS Zone 13 Zone 14 Zone IS Zone 16 Zone 17 Zone 18 Repair & Maintenance / Facility $1,020 $798 $281 $1,530 $100 $3,060 Utilities $11,730 $6,630 $2,400 $8,500 $900 $24,000 Landscape Contract $14,900 $6,034 $5,271 $12,900 $857 $53,927 Rehabilitation $5,000 $500 $500 $15,000 $0 $14,315 $1,857 TOTAL DIRECT COSTS $32,650 $13,962 $8,452 $37,930 $95,302 INDIRECT COSTS $618 $12 $618 $7 $3,672 City Admin $12 County Fees $411 $163 $115 $184 $111 $669 Special Tax Consultant $1,384 $650 $350 $1,529 $85 $3,803 TOTAL DIRECT COSTS $2,413 $825 $477 $2,331 $203 $8,144 TOTAL• 0. 0.0 Surplus/(Deficit) ($839.09) ($12.55) $870.75 ($2,461.05) $56.05 ($9,435.66) ADJUSTMENTS Fund Balance Collection/Contribution ($839.09) ($12.55) $870.75 ($2,461.05) $56.05 ($9,435.66) TOTAL:00 $37,800 EDUs 744 166 56 216 46 1,343 FY 2020-2021 Proposed Rate $46.00 $89.00 $175.00 $175.00 $46.00 $70.00 FY 2019-2020 Maximum Rate $46.00 $89.00 $175.00 $175.00 $46.00 $70.00 FY 2020-2021 Maximum Rate $46.00 $89.00 $175.00 $175.00 $46.00 $70.00 Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 2. Budgets and Levy Summary Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 2. Budgets and Levy Summary Budget FY 2020-2021 DIRECT COSTS Serena Hills Gallery Traditions Avondale Wolf Creek Gallery Portraits Repair & Maintenance / Facility $1,651 $100 $400 $6,630 $500 Utilities Landscape Contract Rehabilitation TOTAL DIRECT COSTS $11,000 $23,680 $10,000 $46,331 $1,100 $750 $0 $1,950 $4,125 $3,825 $0 $8,350 $61,200 $107,400 $150,000 $325,230 $1,020 $1,100 $0 $2,620 $7 $95 $160 INDIRECT COSTS City Admin County Fees Special Tax Consultant $1,230 $186 $1,780 $7 $95 $87 $29 $147 $300 $476 $24,349 $868 $9,423 $34,640 TOTAL DIRECT COSTS $3,196 $189 $262 TOTAL• Surplus/(Deficit) ($5,526.77) $21.39 $273.93 i ($126,895.75) $1,288.73 ($5,526.77) ADJUSTMENTS Fund Balance Collection/Contribution $21.39 $273.93 ($126,895.75) $1,288.73 TOTAL000 EDUs 220 $2,160 8 $9,100 130 1,806 10 FY 2020-2021 Proposed Rate $200.00 $270.00 $70.00 $129.00 $417.12 FY 2019-2020 Maximum Rate FY 2020-2021 Maximum Rate $200.00 $200.00 $270.00 $270.00 $70.00 $70.00 $129.00 $129.00 $405.42 $417.12 Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 2. Budgets and Levy Summary The following Table provides levy information for the various Service Levels within the District, comparing the Budget for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 to the previous fiscal year. Table 2-3 Year over Year Budget Comparison FISCAL --T-ital YEAR 2019-2020 ENROLLMENTS Charge / Total FISCAL YEAR2020-2021 Total % Change PROJECTIONS Char ge / Total Levy Parcels Units IService Level B -Residential Street Lighting Levy Unit Levy Parcels Levy units per Levy Unit Levy Unit Levy gle-Family Residential 21,612 24,612 $25.68 $632,036.16 24,612 24,612 0.00% $25.68 $632,036.16 Condominium 1 680 340 $25.68 $8,731.20 680 340 0.00% $25.68 $8,731.20 68-2914 1 25,292 24,952 $640,767.36 25,292 24,952 $640p767.36 Service Level C - Perimeter Landscaping il)(z) Zone 1 68-2930 327 327 $116.00 $37,932.00 327 327 0.00% $116.00 $37,932.00 Zone 2 68-2931 478 478 $89.00 $42,542.00 478 478 0.00% $89.00 $42,542.00 Zone 3 68-2932 408 408 $116.00 $47,328.00 408 408 0.00% $116.00 $47,328.00 Zone 4 68-2933 139 139 $46.00 $6,394.00 139 139 0.00% $46.00 $6,394.00 Zone 5 68-2934 223 223 $175.00 $39,025.00 223 223 0.00% $175.00 $39,025.00 Zone 6 68-2935 229 229 $113.58 $26,009.82 229 229 2.89% $116.86 $26,760.94 Zone 7 68-2936 188 188 $89.00 $16,732.00 172 172 0.00% $89.00 $15,308.00 Zone 8 68-2937 783 783 $175.00 $137,025.00 783 783 0.00% $175.00 $137,025.00 Zone 9 68-2938 111 111 $46.00 $5,106.00 111 111 0.00% $46.00 $5,106.00 Zone 10 68-2939 84 84 $116.00 $9,744.00 84 84 0.00% $116.00 $9,744.00 Zone 11 68-2940 14 14 $175.00 $2,450.00 14 14 0.00% $175.00 $2,450.00 Zone 12 68-2941 831 831 $116.00 $96,396.00 831 831 0.00% $116.00 $96,396.00 Zone 13 68-2942 744 744 $46.00 $34,224.00 744 744 0.00% $46.00 $34,224.00 Zone 14 68-2943 166 166 $89.00 $14,774.00 166 166 0.00% $89.00 $14,774.00 Zone 15 68-2944 56 56 $175.00 $9,800.00 56 56 0.00% $175.00 $9,800.00 Zone 16 68-2945 216 216 $175.00 $37,800.00 216 216 0.00% $175.00 $37,800.00 Zone 17 68-2946 46 46 $46.00 $2,116.00 46 46 0.00% $46.00 $2,116.00 Zone 18 68-2947 1,343 1,343 $70.00 $94,010.00 1,343 1,343 0.00% $70.00 $94,010.00 Zone 19 68-2948 242 242 $225.00 $54,450.00 242 242 0.00% $225.00 $54,450.00 Zone 20 68-2949 1,017 1,017 $175.00 $177,975.00 1,017 1,017 0.00% $175.00 $177,975.00 Zone 21 68-2950 1,769 1,769 $129.00 $228,201.00 1,769 1,769 0.00% $129.00 $228,201.00 Zone 22 68-2951 38 38 $116.00 $4,408.00 38 38 0.00% $116.00 $4,408.00 Zone 23 68-2952 420 420 $20.00 $8,400.00 420 420 0.00% $20.00 $8,400.00 Zone 24 68-2953 1,621 1,621 $100.00 $162,100.00 1,621 1,621 0.00% $100.00 $162,100.00 Zone 25 68-2954 220 220 $200.00 $44,000.00 220 220 0.00% $200.00 $44,000.00 Zone 26 68-2955 8 8 $270.00 $2,160.00 8 8 0.00% $270.00 $2,160.00 Zone 27 68-2956 130 130 $70.00 $9,100.00 130 130 0.00% $70.00 $9,100.00 Zone 28 68-2957 1,806 1,806 $129.00 $232,974.00 1,806 1,806 0.00% $129.00 $232,974.00 Zone 29 68-2958 10 10 $405.42 $4,054.20 10 10 2.89% $417.12 $4,171.20 Zone 30 N/A 0 N/A N/A N/A 0 N/A N/A N/A N/A Zone 31 N/A 0 N/A N/A N/A 0 N/A N/A N/A N/A Zone 32 N/A 0 N/A N/A N/A 0 N/A N/A N/A N/A Total 13,667 13,667 $1,587,230.02 13,651 13,651 $1,586,674.14 Service Level R - Road Maintenance Rate Level 1 68-2917 1 55 48 $115.26 $5,532.48 55 48 0.00% $115.26 $5,532.48 Citywide Recycling/Refuse Collection 68-2916 1 28,451 28,451 $296.02 $8,422,065.02 28,489 28,489 $303.19 $8,637,579.91 (�) The maximum rate per Levy Unit, for Zones 6, 29, 31 and 32 will escalate by the lesser of 5% or the percentage increase in the Consumer Price Index ("CPI"). For Fiscal Year 2020-2021 the increase will be 2.89%, the percentage increase in the Annual CPI. (2) Zones 30, 31, & 32 will not be levied for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 as the project areas will be maintained by an HOA. Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 3. District Services and Charges Service Level B, Residential Street Lighting Service Level B includes all developed single-family residential parcels, condominiums, and residential vacant lots for which the District provides ongoing servicing, operation, and maintenance of local street lighting improvements. The current rate and charges for Service Level B is $25.68 per residential lot ($12.84 per condominium unit within Specific Plans) and shall be applied to developed and undeveloped residential parcels within the following Tracts and subdivisions for Fiscal Year 2020- 2021. Table 3-1 Service Level B 04153-00 19872-05 20882-01 21675-04 23063-03 M. 23101-05 23267-02 24135-03 27827-01 29928-00 31053-03 04188-00 19939-00 20882-02 21675-05 23063-04 23101-06 23267-03 24136-00 27827-02 29928-01 31276-00 04457-00 19939-01 20882-03 21675-06 23063-05 23125-00 23267-04 24136-01 27827-03 29928-02 31344-00 06559-00 19939-02 20987-00 21760-00 23063-06 23125-01 23371-00 24136-02 28309-00 29928-03 31898-00 07401-00 20079-00 21067-00 21765-00 23063-07 23125-02 23371-01 24136-03 28480-00 29929-00 32104-00 07402-00 20079-01 21082-00 22148-00 23063-08 23125-03 23371-02 24182-01 28482-00 29929-01 32169-00 08369-00 20079-02 21082-01 22203-00 23064-00 23126-00 23371-03 24182-02 28482-01 30088-00 32170-00 08369-01 20079-03 21082-02 22204-00 23064-01 23128-00 23371-04 24182-03 28482-02 30264-00 32319-00 08369-02 20130-00 21082-03 22208-00 23064-02 23142-00 23371-05 24182-04 28482-03 30264-01 32436-00 11087-01 20130-01 21082-04 22593-00 23064-03 23143-00 23371-06 24183-00 28503-00 30264-02 32436-01 11087-02 20130-02 21340-00 22593-01 23065-00 23143-01 23371-07 24183-01 28510-00 30264-03 32437-00 12189-01 20130-03 21340-01 22593-02 23065-01 23143-02 23371-08 24184-00 28510-01 30264-04 32437-01 12189-02 20130-04 21340-02 22627-00 23065-03 23143-03 23371-09 24184-01 28510-02 30264-05 32437-02 12189-03 20130-05 21340-03 22627-01 23065-04 23143-04 23371-10 24185-00 28510-03 30264-06 32437-03 12189-04 20130-06 21340-04 22715-00 23065-05 23143-06 23371-11 24185-01 28526-00 30264-07 33124-00 12189-05 20153-00 21340-05 22715-01 23066-01 23143-07 23371-14 24185-02 28553-00 30264-08 33125-00 12189-06 20154-00 21340-06 22715-02 23066-02 23143-08 23483-00 24186-00 28553-01 30264-09 34698-00 12189-07 20319-00 21340-07 22716-00 23066-03 23143-09 24131-00 24186-01 28810-00 30264-10 Old Town 13060-01 20643-00 21430-01 22716-01 23066-04 23143-10 24131-01 24186-02 28980-00 30264-11 PM 24387 13060-02 20644-00 21561-00 22716-02 23066-05 23143-11 24131-02 24186-03 29033-00 30264-12 PM 26488 13060-03 20703-01 21672-01 22716-03 23067-02 23173-00 24131-03 24187-00 29036-00 30264-13 PM 27493 13060-04 20703-02 21672-02 22716-04 23067-03 23173-01 24132-00 24187-01 29133-00 30264-14 PM 28122 13060-05 20703-03 21672-03 22761-00 23067-04 23173-02 24132-01 24187-02 29203-00 30264-15 13060-06 20735-01 21672-04 22762-00 23067-05 23173-03 24133-00 24188-00 29286-00 30667-00 13060-07 20735-02 21673-00 22786-00 23100-01 23173-04 24133-01 24188-01 29734-00 30667-01 13060-08 20735-03 21673-01 22915-00 23100-02 23174-01 24133-02 24188-02 29798-00 30667-02 18518-00 20735-04 21673-02 22915-01 23100-03 23174-02 24133-03 24188-03 29798-01 30667-03 18518-01 20735-05 21673-03 22915-02 23100-04 23174-03 24133-04 24232-00 29798-02 30668-00 18518-02 20735-06 21674-00 22915-03 23100-05 23174-04 24133-05 25004-00 29798-03 30668-01 18518-03 20735-07 21674-01 22916-00 23100-06 23174-05 24134-00 25004-01 29798-04 30668-02 18583-00 20735-08 21674-02 22916-01 23100-07 23174-06 24134-01 25892-00 29798-05 30669-00 19872-00 20735-09 21674-03 22916-02 23100-08 23177-00 24134-02 26488-00 29798-06 30669-01 19872-01 20848-00 21675-00 22916-03 23101-01 23209-00 24134-03 26828-00 29798-07 30669-02 19872-02 20879-00 21675-01 22962-00 23101-02 23220-00 24135-00 26828-01 29798-08 31053-00 19872-03 20879-01 21675-02 23063-01 23101-03 23267-00 24135-01 26828-02 29798-09 31053-01 19872-04 20882-00 21675-03 23063-02 23101-04 23267-01 24135-02 27827-00 29798-10 31053-02 Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) 10 Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 3. District Services and Charges Service Level C, Perimeter Landscaping Service level C includes all developed single family and condominium residential parcels and residential vacant lots for which the District provides on -going servicing, operation, and maintenance of perimeter landscaped areas and slopes within the public rights -of -way and dedicated easements adjacent to and associated with certain tracts and subdivisions. The level of maintenance required in these tracts and subdivisions varies depending on operating costs. Thirty-two (32) Zones with corresponding rates have been established within Service Level C. In recent fiscal years, the cost of maintaining the perimeter landscaping for most zones in Service Level C, far exceed the maximum assessment that can be levied against the parcels in these zones. As a result, it has been necessary for City staff to reduce services and activities and/or reduce or eliminate the collection of funding for long term repairs, replacements and rehabilitation. Recognizing that these revenue shortfalls are expected to continue and may likely increase over the years as a result of inflation, in conjunction with this Report the City is balloting property owners within Zones 1, 4, 7, 10, 11, 14, 15, 17, 22 and 27 for increased maximum assessments and an inflationary adjustment that would fully fund the estimated costs needed to provide the improvements for each respective Zone. The current rates and charges for Service Level C is per residential lot and shall be applied to developed and undeveloped residential parcels within the following Tracts and subdivisions for Fiscal Year 2020-2021. Table 3-2 Service Level C Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Saddlewood 18518-00 18518-01 18518-02 18518-03 laximum Rate: 00 Proposed Rate: $89.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Winchester Creek 20130-00 20130-01 20130-02 20130-03 20130-04 20130-05 20130-06 21340-00 21340-01 21340-02 21340-03 21340-04 21340-05 21340-06 Zone No. 3 Maximum Rate: 00 Proposed Rate: $116.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Rancho Highlands 20643-00 20644-00 21760-00 22203-00 22204-00 22761-00 22762-00 ximum Rate: 00 Proposed Rate: $46.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: The Vineyards 20879-00 20879-01 ximum Rate: 00 Proposed Rate: $175.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Signet Series 20882-00 20882-01 20882-02 20882-03 ProposedZone No. 6 (3) Maximum Rate: $116.87 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Woodcrest Country 21561-00 22208-00 (31 Beginning Fiscal Year 2009-2010, the base rate for Zone 6 was $95.00. Each year thereafter, beginning Fiscal Year 2010-2011 the maximum rate as approved by the property owners is annually adjustable by the lesser of the percentage increase in the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Consumer Price Index ("CPI") of All Urban Consumers for the Riverside -San Bernardino -Ontario Area (formerly Los Angeles -Riverside -Orange County Area), for the previous calendar year or 5%. For Fiscal Year 2020-2021 the adjustment is 2.89%, the percentage increase in the CPI. Zone No. 7 Maximum Rate: 00 Proposed Rate: $89.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Ridgeview 20735-07 20735-08 20735-09 20881-00 21764-00 Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 3. District Services and Charges Zone No. 8 Maximum Rate: 00 Proposed Rate: $175.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Village Grove 21672-01 21672-02 21672-03 21672-04 21673-00 21637-01 21637-02 21673-03 21674-00 21674-01 21674-02 21674-03 21675-00 21675-01 21675-02 21675-03 21675-04 21675-05 21675-06 Zone No. 9 Maximum Rate: $46.00 00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Rancho Solana 22593-00 22593-01 22593-02 Zone No. 10 I Maximum Rate: $116.00 I Proposed Rate: $116.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Zone No. 11 I Maximum Rate: $175.00 I Proposed Rate: $175.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: ... - Zone No. 12 Maximum Rate: 00 Proposed Rate: $116.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Vintage Hills 22715-00 22715-01 22715-02 22716-00 22716-01 22716-02 22716-03 22716-04 22915-00 22915-01 22915-02 22915-03 22916-00 22916-01 22916-02 22916-03 Zone No. 13 Maximum Rate: 00 IProposed00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Presley Development 23267-00 23267-01 23267-02 23267-03 23267-04 26861-00 26861-01 26861-02 26861-03 Zone No. 14 I Maximum Rate: $89.00 I Proposed Rate: $89.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Morrison Homes Zone No. 15 I Maximum Rate: $175.00 I Proposed Rate: $175.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Barclay Estates :imum Rate: 00 Proposed Rate: $175.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Tradewinds 23125-00 23125-01 23125-02 23125-03 Zone No. 17 I Maximum Rate: $46.00 I Proposed Rate: $46.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Zone No. 18 Maximum Rate: $70.00 Proposed Rate: $70.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Temeku Hills 23371-00 23371-01 23371-02 23371-03 23771-04 23771-05 23371-06 23371-07 23371-08 23371-09 23371-10 23371-11 23371-14 28482-00 28482-01 28482-02 28482-03 28526-00 29033-00 Zone No. 19 Maximum Rate: 00 Proposed Rate: $225.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Chante mar 28510-00 28510-01 28510-02 28510-03 Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) 12 Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 3. District Services and Charges Zone No. 20 Maximum Rate: 00 Proposed Rate: $175.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Crowne Hill 23143-00 23143-02 23413-03 23413-04 23413-01 23413-03 23413-04 23413-06 23413-07 23413-08 23413-09 23413-10 23413-11 Zone No. 21 Maximum Rate: 00 Proposed Rate: $129.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Vail Ranch Gated Community 28832-00 Vail Ranch Residential 23173-00 23173-01 23173-02 23173-03 23173-04 23174-01 23174-02 23174-03 23174-04 23174-05 23174-06 28480-00 Zone No. 22 I Maximum Rate: $116.00 I Proposed Rate: $116.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Sutton Place (imum Rate: 00 Proposed Rate: $20.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Pheasant Run 19872 19872-01 19872-02 19872-03 19872-04 19872-05 Zone No. 24 Maximum Rate: $100.00 Proposed Rate: $100.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Harveston 29928 30667 30669 32436 29928-01 30667-01 30669-01 32436-01 29928-02 30667-02 30669-02 32437 29928-03 30667-03 31053 32437-01 29929 30668 31053-01 32437-02 29929-01 30668-01 31053-02 32437-03 30088 30668-02 31053-03 34698 Harveston Ashville 1 31276 Harveston Ashville II 32104 Harveston Condos 32169 32170 Zone No. 25 I Maximum Rate: $200.00 I Proposed Rate: $200.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Zone . 00 Proposed Rate: $270.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Traditions/Gallery Homes 29133 Zone No. 27 Maximum Rate: 00 Proposed Rate: $70.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Avondale 26828 26828-01 26828-02 Zone No. 28 Maximum Rate: 00 Proposed Rate: $129.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Wolf Creek 29798 29798-01 29798-02 29798-03 29798-04 29798-05 29798-06 29798-07 29798-08 29798-09 30264 30264-01 30264-02 30264-03 30264-04 30264-05 30264-06 30264-07 30264-08 30264-09 30264-10 30264-11 30264-12 30264-13 30264-14 30264-15 31898 33125 32319 33124 Zone No. 29 (4) I Maximum Rate: $417.12 I Proposed Rate: $417.12 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Gallery Portraits.. �� (4) Beginning Fiscal Year 2006-2007, the base rate for Zone 29 was $315.00. Each year thereafter, beginning Fiscal Year 2007-2008 for Zone 29 the maximum rate as approved by the property owners is annually adjustable by the lesser of the percentage increase in the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Consumer Price Index ("CPI") of All Urban Consumers for the Riverside -San Bernardino -Ontario Area (formerly Los Angeles -Riverside -Orange County Area), for the previous calendar year, or 5%. For Fiscal Year 2020-2021 the adjustment is 2.89%, the percentage increase in the CPI. Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) 13 Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 3. District Services and Charges Zone No. 30 (5)(6) I Maximum Rate: $129.00 I Proposed Rate: $0.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: • • ��� (5) The maximum rate for Zone 30 is $129.00. (6) Beginning Fiscal Year 2010-2011, Zone 30 elected to maintain its own perimeter landscaping under the existing Homeowner's Association ("HOA"). As a result, the Zone will not be levied under Service Level C for Fiscal Year 2020-2021. Zone No. 31(7)(8) I Maximum Rate: $34.42 I Proposed Rate: $0.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Roripaugh Ranch (7) Beginning Fiscal Year 2006-2007, the base rate for Zone 31 was $26.00. Each year thereafter, beginning Fiscal Year 2007-2008 for Zone 31, the maximum rate as approved by the property owners is annually adjustable by the lesser of the percentage increase in the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Consumer Price Index ("CPI") of All Urban Consumers for the Riverside -San Bernardino -Ontario Area (formerly Los Angeles -Riverside -Orange County Area), for the previous calendar year, or 5%. For Fiscal Year 2020-2021 the adjustment is 2.89%, the percentage increase in the CPI. (8) Zone 31 elected to have its perimeter landscaping maintained by a Homeowner's Association ("HOA"). As a result, the Zone will not be levied under Service Level C for Fiscal Year 2020-2021. Zone No. 32 (9)(10) I Maximum Rate: $787.34 I Proposed Rate: $0.00 Tract Name: Tract Numbers: Vineyard View (9) Beginning Fiscal Year 2008-2009, the base rate for Zone 32 was $640.00. Each year thereafter, beginning Fiscal Year 2009-2010 for Zone 32, the maximum rates as approved by the property owners are annually adjustable by the lesser of the percentage increase in the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Consumer Price Index ("CPI") of All Urban Consumers for the Riverside -San Bernardino -Ontario Area (formerly Los Angeles -Riverside -Orange County Area), for the previous calendar year, or 5%. For Fiscal Year 2020-2021 the adjustment is 2.89%, the percentage increase in the CPI. (10) Zone 32 elected to have its perimeter landscaping maintained by a Homeowner's Association ("HOA"). As a result, the Zone will not be levied under Service Level C for Fiscal Year 2020-2021. Service Level R, Road Maintenance Service Level R provides funding for construction, improvement, service, and maintenance of unpaved public streets and roads within specific areas of the District. The services provided may include, but are not limited to, renovation or restoration due to damage, flood and drainage control, repairs and re -grading, and upgrades of the existing areas as required for unpaved roads. All parcels identified within Service Level R share in the cost of the services provided. The costs associated with the services are spread among all parcels within various areas ("rate levels") of Service Level R in accordance with the Rate and Method of Apportionment for the service level. Service Level R currently has one (1) active rate level, Rate Level R-1. The area for Rate Level R-2 has been fully paved and therefore an assessment is currently not required. Only the parcels within Rate Level R-1 boundary area will be charged for the costs associated with servicing and maintaining the roads and streets in the area. RATE LEVEL R-1 — This rate level consists of fifty-five (55) assessable parcels that have direct access to roads or streets that are serviced and maintained through the District. This rate level provides funding for the servicing and maintenance of Kimberly Lane, Greenwood Lane, Liefer Road, Gatlin Road, and Pala Vista. A total of 1.546 miles of roads are serviced and maintained in this area. The current maximum rates and charges in R-1 are $115.26 per single- family residential lot and $57.62 per vacant residential lot and shall be applied at the maximum rates for developed and undeveloped residential parcels within R-1 for Fiscal Year 2020-2021. • RATE LEVEL R-2 — This rate level consists of forty (40) assessable parcels that have direct access to Santiago Road. This area has been fully paved and no longer requires service under this District. Refuse/Recycling Collection The Refuse/Recycling Collection Service Level provides for the operation and administration of the refuse collection program, including recycling services for all developed residential homes (or "Households") within the District. The rate and charge for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Refuse/Recycling Collection is $303.19 per Household and will be applied to all parcels that have been identified as developed residential homes. Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) 14 Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 4. Changes to the District Changes or modifications to the District structure, if any, could include but are not limited to, changes or expansion in the existing improvements or in the types of services provided, addition of new services or Service Levels, restructuring of the current Service Levels, inclusion of parcels into the District or Service Levels, or revisions to the method of apportionment. Changes or modifications within the District that may affect the levy are outlined in the following. Notable Previous Modifications to the District Two Service Levels Replaced with a Special Tax On March 4, 1997, the voters of Temecula approved a Special Tax to fund citywide community services. This Special Tax replaced two existing Service Levels, previously charged through the Community Services District. Beginning in Fiscal Year 1997-1998 the below two Service Levels were replaced by the Special Tax and are no longer charged through the District. • COMMUNITY SERVICES, PARKS, AND RECREATION — This service level provided for the maintenance, service, and operation of all public parks and recreation services within the City. • SERVICE LEVEL A, ARTERIAL STREET LIGHTING AND MEDIANS —This service level provided servicing, operation, and maintenance oft raffic signals, street lighting, and landscaped medians along arterial streets. r,Prvic p I PVPI R As of Fiscal Year 2008-2009, the streets have been fully paved and there is no longer a need to assess for unpaved road maintenance (Rate level R-2). Proposed Modifications to the District for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 The most notable modification to the District for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 is related to the addition of improvements and expansion of existing services as a result of new development. When a new residential tract is developed, the District accepts additional improvements for maintenance and servicing. Along with acceptance of the improvements, the parcels within those tracts are included in the appropriate Service Levels. The improvements and services for Service Levels B and C are typically tract or development specific and therefore, all parcels within a tract or development are included in these two Service Levels when the District accepts the improvements. Additionally, individual residential parcels are included in the Refuse/Recycling Collection when a new single-family residential unit is identified, and service is ordered. Service Level B There were no additional inclusions or modifications to Service Level B for Fiscal Year 2020-2021. Service Level C The annual revenue collected for the majority of the Zones in Service Level C is not sufficient to cover the costs to maintain these zones. Due to the rising costs, the District has had to reduce services to the maintenance of the perimeter landscaping for these zones. In Fiscal Year 2019-2020 the District conducted a Proposition 218 ballot proceeding to increase the assessment rates for Zones 1, 4, 7, 10, 11, 14, 15, 17, 22 and 27. The majority of the ballots received were in opposition to the increased assessments in all zones, and the increase was therefore not applied. The assessment rates, for 27 of the 29 zones currently assessed in Service Level C, have not increased since the zones were established. Because the costs continue to increase and the assessments have stayed the same, the service will remain limited and may have to be reduced further due to limited annual funds. The District is proposing the termination of the flood channel easements in Zone 7 and therefore eliminating the need for maintenance of said areas. If approved by the District Board, this will result in the termination of the assessment for only the sixteen (16) parcels affected, effective Fiscal Year 2020-2021. There are no new inclusions to Service Level C (Perimeter Landscaping) proposed for the Fiscal Year 2020-2021. Service Level R There are no new inclusions to Service Level R (Road Maintenance), proposed for Fiscal Year 2020-2021. Refuse/Recycling Collection A total of approximately 38 newly developed residential parcels have been identified and added to Refuse/Recycling Collection for Fiscal Year 2020-2021. These new residential parcels are identified each year and included in Refuse/Recycling Collection based upon the waste hauler's updated service records. Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) 15 Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 4. Changes to the District The rate for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 for Refuse/Recycling Collection is $303.19 per residential parcel. For Fiscal Year 2019- 2020, the rate for this service was $296.02. For more information, please refer to Section 2, Budgets and Levy Summary. The costs for the District represent actual service costs, as provided in the City's Franchise Agreement with CR&R Waste Services. Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) 16 Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 5. Method of Apportionment Method of Apportionment The cost to provide services within the District will be fairly distributed among each eligible property. Service Level B (Residential Street Lighting): The following formula is used to calculate each property's Service Level B charges by the per parcel/unit (residential "lot/unit") method. Total Balance to Levy (Budgeted) + (Total Residential Lots + Assigned Condominium Units) = Parcel Charge Service Level C (Perimeter Landscaping and Slopes); and Refuse/Recycling Collection: The following formula is used to calculate each property's charges by the per parcel (residential "lot") method. Total Balance to Levy (Budgeted) / Total Residential Lots (in Service Level) = Parcel Charge Service Level R (Roads): The charge per Levy Unit for Service Level R is based on a Parcel Development Unit (PDU), which is similar to a per parcel charge, but makes a distinction between developed and undeveloped parcels. Parcel Development Units = 1.0 for Developed Parcels Parcel Development Units = 0.5 for Undeveloped Parcels Total Balance to Levy / Total Parcel PDU (in Rate Level) = Parcel Charge The following tables reflect the levy calculations for each Service Level. Table 5-1 Parcel Charge Calculation Service Level B lit) Defined as Assigned Condominium Units in Service Level B for which the interior streetlights are privately maintained however, the Assigned Condominium Units benefit from perimeter or collector street lighting funded by Service Level B. Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) 17 Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 5. Method of Apportionment Table 5-2 Parcel Charge Calculation Service Level C Residential Lot Zone No. 1 1.00 $116.00 $116.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 2 1.00 $89.00 $89.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 3 1.00 $116.00 $116.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 4 1.00 $46.00 $46.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 5 1.00 $175.00 $175.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 6 (12) 1.00 $116.86 $116.86 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 7 1.00 $89.00 $89.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 8 1.00 $175.00 $175.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 9 1.00 $46.00 $46.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 10 1.00 $116.00 $116.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 11 1.00 $175.00 $175.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 12 1.00 $116.00 $116.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 13 1.00 $46.00 $46.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 14 1.00 $89.00 $89.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 15 1.00 $175.00 $175.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 16 1.00 $175.00 $175.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 17 1.00 $46.00 $46.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 18 1.00 $70.00 $70.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 19 1.00 $225.00 $225.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 20 1.00 $175.00 $175.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 21 1.00 $129.00 $129.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 22 1.00 $116.00 $116.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 23 1.00 $20.00 $20.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 24 1.00 $100.00 $100.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 25 1.00 $200.00 $200.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 26 1.00 $270.00 $270.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 27 1.00 $70.00 $70.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 28 1.00 $129.00 $129.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 29 (12) 1.00 $417.12 $417.12 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 30 (13) 1.00 $129.00 $129.00 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 31 (12)(14) 1.00 $34.42 $34.42 Per Parcel Residential Lot Zone No. 32 (12)(14) 1.00 $787.34 $787.34 Per Parcel (12) Beginning Fiscal Year 2007-2008 for Zones 29 and 31, and beginning Fiscal Year 2009-10 for Zones 6 and 32, the maximum rates as approved by the property owners are annually adjustable by the lesser of the percentage increase in the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Consumer Price Index ("CPI") of All Urban Consumers for the Riverside -San Bernardino -Ontario Area (formerly Los Angeles -Riverside -Orange County Area), for the previous calendar year, or 5%. (13) Beginning Fiscal Year 2010-2011, Zone 30 has elected to maintain its own perimeter landscaping under the existing Homeowner's Association ("HOA"). As a result, the Zone will not be levied under Service Level C for Fiscal Year 2020-2021. (14) Zones 31 and 32 Zone 31 elected to have the perimeter landscaping maintained by a Homeowner's Association ("HOA"). As a result, the Zones will not be levied under Service Level C for Fiscal Year 2020-2021. Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) 18 Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 5. Method of Apportionment Table 5-3 Parcel Lharge Lalculation Service Level K Property Single Family Residential Lot R-1 1.00 $115.26 $115.26 Per Parcel Vacant Residential Lot R-1 0.50 $115.26 $57.62 Per Parcel Table 5-4 Parcel Charge Calculation Refuse/Recycling Collection Property Single Family Residential Lot 1.00 $303.19 $303.19 Per Parcel (ls) Developed residential parcels identified by CR&R for which refuse collections are available. Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) 19 Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 6. Tax Roll Parcel identification for each lot or parcel within the District shall be the parcel as shown on the County Assessor's map for the year in which this Report is prepared. A listing of parcels within the District, along with the charges, has been submitted to the City Clerk's office. Temecula Services District (Service Level B, C, R and Refuse/Recycling Collection) 20 Engineer's Annual Levy Report for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 APPENDIX A Tax Roll Webb MUNICIPAL FINANCE 6905 Brockton Avenue Riverside, CA 92506 951.200.8600 www.webbmfinance.com Item No. 15 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: General Manager/Board of Directors FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: May 26, 2020 SUBJECT: Terminate Easement for Maintenance of Landscaping on Property Within Tract 21764 and Service Level C, Zone 7 PREPARED BY: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Directors adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. CSD 2020- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA TERMINATING THE EASEMENT FOR MAINTENANCE OF LANDSCAPING ON PROPERTY WITHIN TRACT 21764 AND TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, SERVICE LEVEL "C", ZONE 7 BACKGROUND: Temecula Community Services District, Service Level "C", Zone 7, consists of a total of 188 parcels located in the Ridgeview and Meadowview Home Owner's Associations. Sixteen of the parcels in the westerly portion of Zone 7 were developed as Tract 21764, recorded in December 1988. At the time of development, an easement was granted to the Temecula Community Services District for "perpetual drainage and flowage easements and right- of-way for maintaining, operating, altering, repairing and replacing equipment and landscaping within the easement area. As part of Service Level "C", Zone 7; the City has provided landscape maintenance services for the drainage channel benefitting the 16 parcels located in Tract 21764 since 1990. The cost of providing these services is exceeding the amount of revenue collected from the 16 parcels located within Tract 21764. In 2019, staff held several public meetings and conducted a mail ballot procedure to increase the assessment for Zone 7 to an amount necessary to cover the cost for providing these services. The majority of property owners voted in opposition to the proposed assessment amount. The Easement Deed granted to the City of Temecula Community Services District for maintenance of landscaping on property located in Tract 21764 includes the following language: "If Grantee (City of Temecula Community Services District) or its governmental entity, successors, or assigns, determines it is unable, incapable, or unwilling to maintain said Easement Area, maintenance shall, after notice, become the responsibility of Grantor (developer of Tract 21764), with all covenants and agreements of this easement extending to and becoming obligations of all heirs, executors, administrators, successors, and assigns of the Grantor. " Since the City is unable to continue providing maintenance services for the 16 parcels located in Tract 21764 under the current Service Level "C", Zone 7 assessment amount, it is recommended to terminate the easement granted by the developer of Tract 21764. Environmental Determination Approval of the Resolution Terminating the Easement for maintenance of landscaping on property within Tract 21764 from Temecula Community Services District, Service Level "C", Zone 7 is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") pursuant to State CEQA Guidelines Section 15061(b)(3). FISCAL IMPACT: There is no direct fiscal impact to the City since the current assessment amount is used to provide landscape maintenance services for the 16 parcels located in Tract 21764. ATTACHMENT: 1. Resolution 2. Easement Deed 3. Zone 7 Map RESOLUTION NO. CSD 2020- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVCIES DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA TERMINATING THE EASEMENT FOR MAINTENANCE OF LANDSCAPING ON PROPERTY WITHIN TRACT 21764 AND TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, SERVICE LEVEL "C", ZONE 7 WHEREAS, Warmington Homes and Gateway-Meadowview Associates, LTD, Developer of Tract 21764, granted an Easement for Landscape Maintenance purposes to the Temecula Community Services District referred to as Easement Note D of Tract 21764 in 1990 which was recorded on July 27, 1990 as Document No. 278084 in the Official Records of the County or Riverside ("Easement Deed"). WHEREAS, The Easement Deed includes the following language: "If Grantee [City of Temecula Community Services District] or its governmental entity, successors, or assigns, determines it is unable, incapable, or unwilling to maintain said Easement Area, maintenance shall, after notice, become the responsibility of Grantor [Developer of Tract 21764], with all covenants and agreements of this easement extending to and becoming obligations of all heirs, executors, administrators, successors, and assigns of the Grantor [owners of underlying property of Easement Area]." WHEREAS, the Temecula Community Services District, through Service Level C, Zone 7; has provided landscape maintenance services for parcels located in Tract 21764 since 1990 but the available funds generated by Service Level C, Zone 7, are not sufficient to maintain the Easement Area. WHEREAS, the Board of Directors of the Temecula Community Services District does hereby find, determine and declare that it is unable, incapable, and unwilling to maintain said Easement Area pursuant to the Easement Deed. NOW, THEREFORE, the Temecula Community Services District of the City of Temecula does resolve as follows: SECTION 1. Findings. The recitals set forth above are hereby adopted as findings in support of this Resolution. SECTION 2. Termination of Easement and Maintenance Responsibilities. The Board of Directors hereby terminates the easement for landscape maintenance purposes described in the Easement Deed and shall discontinue providing landscape maintenance services within the Easement Area, upon written notice to the underlying property owners of the Easement Area. SECTION 3. City Manager Authority. The City Manager is authorized to take all actions necessary to implement the terms of this Resolution including, but not limited to, providing required notice, recording applicable documents, approving implementing agreements, or approving necessary certifications. SECTION 3. CEQA Findings. The City Council hereby finds that in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") and the CEQA Guidelines the adoption of this Resolution is exempt from CEQA pursuant to Section 15061(b)(3) because the actions relate to responsibility for maintenance of existing properties and do not alter the properties. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the Board of Directors of the Temecula Community Services District of the City of Temecula this 26th day of May, 2020. Zak Schwank, President ATTEST: Randi Johl, Secretary [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, Secretary of the Temecula Community Services District of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. CSD 2020- was duly and regularly adopted by the Board of Directors of the Temecula Community Services District of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 261h day of May, 2020, by the following vote: AYES: BOARD MEMBERS: NOES: BOARD MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: BOARD MEMBERS: ABSENT: BOARD MEMBERS: Randi Johl, Secretary 3 Recorded at request of and return to: Department of Building services 0V\ Real Property Management Division v 3133 Seventh Street Riverside, CA 92507 I` p'�o 1411 FREE RECORDING � U This instrument is for the benefit of w 5 7-11 ` the County of Riverside and is entitled to be recorded without fee.kl (Gout. Code 6103) JJJ Parcel: Project: Tract No. 21764, Warmington Homes EASEMENT DEED FOR A VALUABLE CONSIDERATION, receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, WAWINGTON HOMES, a California corporation, and GATE AY-MEADOWVIEW ASSOCIATES, LTD., a California limited partnership (collectively "Grantor") hereby grant and convey to the City of Temecula Community service District ("Grantee"), together with the right to further grant or transfer the same to others, perpetual drainage and flowage easements and rights -of - way for maintaining, operating, altering, repairing, and replacing equipment and landscaping over and within the bound- aries of that certain real property located in the County of Riverside, state of California, more particularly described as follows (the "Easement Area"): That certain Erainage and Flowage Easement depicted and referred to as Easement Note D of Tract 21764, as per map recorded in book 194 Pages 59 through 64 inclusive of Maps, in the Office of the County Recorder of. Riverside County, California. If Grantee, or its governmental entity, successors, or assigns, determines it is unable, incapable, or unwilling to maintain said Easement Area, maintenance shall, after notice., become the responsibility of Grantor, with all covenants and agreements of this easement extending to and becoming obligations THIS DOCUMENT IS BEING RE -RECORDED TO INCLUDE THE CERTIFICATE OF ACCFPTANCE. of all heirs, executors, administrators, successors, and assigns of the Grantor. Dated: July 11, 1990 WARMINGTON HOMES, a Calif rtia corporation sy: L Its: t GATEWAY-MEADOWVIEW ASSOCIATES, LTD., a California limited partnership BY: GATEWAY -RANCHO I, a California limited partnership $y: Gateway Home Builders, Inc. a California corporati n Sy: { C' A&� - George tiro o �} P esident ANDERSON-M.EADOWVIEW I, a California limited partnership By: Anderson Communities a Californ a corporation By: David An rson, President STATE OF CALO.ORNIA SS. COUNTY OF On 7U before me, the undgrsigped, a tar Public in an r sjid State, personally aooeared 711*-A ersarially known me (or proved to me on the basi on sa i a ory evid r_ce) t be per on who executed the within Instrument S the of WARMINGTON HOMES, the corporation that Tiecuted the Vithin instrument and acknowledged to me that said corporation executed the within instrument pursuant to its bylaws or a resolution of its board of directors. WITNESS my hand and official seal. OFFICIAL SEAL MARY S!{AI UNSITY /+�•! NOTARY PU4UC C1dIr01tNIA � _osnNCE rUurrrr My CammiSSlCn L�p3x► k,� 31. 1931 This is to certify that the interest in real property conveyed py the aeeu dated July 11, 1990 from WAiA IMICN WMES and 6AT A-M�i](yiiVIEW 1�Sr�IAIZP GAT}. to OOLWTY OF RIVERSIDE, a political corporation and.or goverrunental agency, is hereby accepted by order of the Board of Supervisors on the date below and the grantee consents to recordation thereof by its duly authorized officer. Date July 24, 1990 R 33' RT It-��ARNAU ��� - 2 %'S0, STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO On this llth day of July , 19 90 , before me, the undersigned, a Notary Public in and for said State, personally appeared George Szabo, Jr. and—-------- —__ personally known to me (or proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence) to be persons who executed the within instrument as President and Secretary, on behalf of Gateway Home St)ilders, Inc. the corporation therein named and acknowledged to me that said corporation executed the within instrument pursuant to its bylaws or a resolution of its board of directors, said corporation being known to me to be the general partner of Gateway -rancho I the limited partnership that executed the within instrument as one of the general partners of Gateway-Neadoiview Associates, Ltd. the limited partnership that executed the within instrument and acknowledged to me that such corporation executed the same as the general partner and that such limited partnership executed the same as such partner, and that such limited partnership executed the same. Signature ?it V i,l s?*x Jeanette Stjcc Name (Typed or Printed)u•�+inii::vz: .r�S'7 CORPORATION AS A GENERAL PARTNER OF A LIMITED PARTNERSHIP AS A PARTNER OF A LIMITED PARTNERSHIP (Satisfactory Evidence) STATE OF CALIFORNIA } COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO } 3 On this llth day of July ' 19 90 , before me, the undersigned, a Notary Public in and for said State, personally appeared David Anderson and------------- personally known to me (or proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence) to be persons who executed the within instrument as President and Secretary, on behalf of Anderson Communities the corporation therein named and a0,-.i—ledged to me that said corporation executed the within instrument pursuant to its bylaws or a resolution of its board of,directors, said corporation being known to me to be the general partner of Anderson-Meadowview I the limited partnership that executed the within instrument as one of the general partners of Gateway-Meadowview Associates, Ltd. the limited partnership that executdd the within instrument and acknowledged to me that such corporation executed the same as the general partner and that such limited partnership executed the same as such partner, and that such limited partnership executed the same. Signature�� �..CV� Jeanet a Stuck k.-... •r.;: �� h e�::'`r Name (Typed or Printed CORPORATION AS A GENERAL PARTNER OF A LIMITED PARTNERSHIP AS A PARTNER OF A LIMITED PARTNERSHIP (Satisfactory Evidence) CERTIFICATE OF ACCEPTANCE This is to certify that the interest in real property conveyed by the within deed to the City of Temecula Community Service District, a political corporation and/or governmental agency, is hereby accepted by order of the Board of Directors on the date below and the grantee consents to the recordation thereof by its duly authorized officer. Date 916190 Plat-ricia H. Birdal , President -- ' 30' WIDE SSMT. TO ��. 5 C. GAS CO PER d,- OR. 2334-559 OF 1WIDE ESMT. T4 GAS S.C. GAS CO PEop R r �N r 24 } `- .' 01 \ l S\- I i .g1i13!1� EACrMFNr - ARE A SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION FOR OFFSITE DRAINACC EASEMENT WILY OF TRACT NO.20881 )NTAININC : 21) ACAES,MORC 02 LESS. 4 • � f r TABLE OF COURSES 1 S00.07.21'W 40.21' - 1 O SCO-07.21•V 103 13: O�3 e . 509.2744- R-460.00: L- 73.20' OS69.46'03'Y 34.67' N71'39'SI1Y R 173.92• L•269.29' 10 t1 0 • 00 N44•t!'52* R-3S0.00' L-274.80' 12 0• 27.09'S7• R-250.DO: L•111.53- }3 M64.3s'34'Y 6.60 14 N2S'24'26•E 7s.sa' 13 0 - 02'43'3S• R-617.00' L• 21.42- le e- 19.12'22• R•450.00' L-150.14' tT O+ 52'31'31' R-280.00: L•2S7.35' 11 S13'3i'00•E 126.54 115-76, 20 1f e • 520'34'23 E R•280.00' L-100.54' 21 M7S'40'35•E 70.06' 22 O N73't3'00'E 31.73' 23 N53'31.00'E 61.95' 24 N52.23'00'E 49.DT' 25 N56 00 001E 24.0T' 26 N30'2S'41•E 101.50' 2T N75.40•33'E 44.12' 21 813'10'3S•[ 2s.94• O2f M20'35'27.v 112.11' 'RADIAL` 30 0 • OS•13'41• R•4SS.00' L• 4S.s0' 31 0• 21.10'32- R-4SS.00' L•223.79• EXHIBIT "A-3" Page 1 of 1 �L� - - - --ZD'WICE ESMT TO){Z \ - 0OG GAS CO. PER C4 ti .R. 2334 - 554 OF 16WIDE ESMT. TQ JV� �1411Q� '�Y • '' S-C. GASAS CO PER D.R.1090-429lp �r L Jr 33• 26 " /J y , N t31 rja F� ff O c L.0 _fJ1 1, i�ASrME 7qt 0 SHETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION FOR OFFSITE DRAINAGE EASEMENT W'LY OF TRACT NO.Z089f CONTAINING : 2.I1 ACRES,MORL OR LESS• in I e 1 o� 31 Q ' 4<' �'y O � J r Z / TABLE OF COURSES c'1 SOO'07'21'11 900'07'21'Y 40.91' 105.03' S35'02'45•V 85.82' O6 OS 0+ 09'27'14' S69.46.05'Y R+460.00' 34.67, L+ 75,20' O G+ R•175:92 L+269.20' O9 R79'33'S1•Y l0 R44'S{'S3•v II G • O 1+330.00' L•274.89' 12 e + 27'01'57' R+2SO.D0' L+11{.53' 14 13 R64.35'34'EY 1 16 IS o• 02'43'SSR•617.00' L• 29.42' 1{ 17 0- 52'39'39• 563'3{'00E R+280.00: 126.54 L•2S7.351 20 1{ a. 563.45'00'E 20.34'25• 115.78' R+280.00' L+100.54' 22 21 N75140135'E N73'13.00•E 70.06, 31,73' 24 23 N33.36'00'E 61.25, 26 25 N36'00100'E N3O'25'4{'E 24.07' 109.50' 20T 1473•40'35•E 44.1Z' 2! N7S'40'7S•E 2S.{4' r1 30 \J n • OS°43.4{' R•457.00' L• 45.50' JI 0 • 28.10.52• R+43 .00' L+223.79' EXHIBIT "A-3" -I Page 1 of J- T'' 248649 CONTINUATION OF LEGAL DESCRIPTION FOR EASEMENT AREA TRACT NO. 20735-9 thence along said curve westerly 40.27 feet through a central angle of 76°55'00"; thence tangent from said curve North 84000100" West 36.94 feet to the southwesterly line of said Lot 54. thence continuing North 84000'00' West 72.56 feet; thence South 87150'00" West 38.50 feet to the beginmtng of a tangent curve concave northeasterly and having a radius of 15.00 recta; thence northwesterly along said curve 22.01 feet through a central angle of 84.05'00% thence tangent from said curve North 8"1)5'00" West 54.90 feet to an angle point in the northerly line of said Lot 55; thence North 2S'34'00' West 6.00 feet; .,,nce South 239001481 best 25.14 feet to a point on a non -tangent curve concentric with and 4.00 feet westerly from a curve in the southwesterly line o; said lot, said concentric curse being concave southwesterly and having a radius of 326.00 feet, a radial line of said curve from said point bears South 71'35135' West; thence along said curve southerly 52.41 feet through a central angle of 9°12'39'; thence non -tangent from said curve South 50°18" 2" East 24,98 feet to a point on a non -tangent curve concentric with and 5.00 feet Southerly from a curve in the southerly line of said Lat 55, said concentric curve being concave southerly and having a radius of 328.00 feet, a radial line of said curve from said point bears South 1°24'38' East; thence along said curve easterly 92.32 feet through a central angle of 16°07'38'; thence tangent from said curve South 75°17'00" East 81.44 feet; thence North 61029'S5' East 39.72 feet to a point on a curve concentric with and 6.00 feet southeasterly from a curve in the southeasterly line of said Lot 54, said concentric curve tieing concave southeasterly and having a radius of 888.00 ff a radial line of said curve from said paint bears South 71*431101 East; thence along said curve northeasterly 192.93 feet through a central angle of 12.261551 to a line bearing South 59"16'16" East from the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence North 59016'16" West 6.00 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. CONTAINING: 0.31 Acres, more or less. EXHIBIT "A" Page 6 of 8 `}1 2-ISG49 LEGAL DESCRIPTION OFFSITE DRAINAGE EASEMENT That certain parcel of land situated in the unincorporated territory of the County of Riverside, State of California, being that portion of Lot 543 of Tract No. 3883 as shown on a map thereof filed in Book 63, Pages 1 through 35 of Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said Riverside County, described as follows: COMMENCING at the intersection of the westerly line of Tract No. 20881 with the centerline of Calle Pina Colada (Lot "A") as shown on a map of said tract filed in Book 180. Pages 42 through 47 of Maps in said Office of the Riverside County Recorder; thence along said westerly line South 0°07'21" West 146.74 feet; thence South 48036'30" West 30.87 feet; thence South 35'02'45" West 85.12 feet to a point on a non -tangent curve concave northerly and having a radius of 4r^ 00 feet, a radial line of said curve from said point bears N, �h 40°05'17" West; thence along said curve westerly 75.90 feet through a central angle of 9°27'14 thence non -tangent from said curve South 69148'05" West 34.67 feet to a point on a non -tangent curve concave northerly and having a radius of 455.00 feet, a radial line of said curve from said point bears North 26°20'13" West; thence along said curve westerly 45.50 feet through a central angle of 5°43'46" to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; thence continuing along said curve westerly 223.79 feet through a central angle of 28°10'52"; thence non -tangent from said curve North 89059'44" West 75.92 feet; thence North 79033'51" West 100.12 feet; thence North 75"48'33" West 86.78 feet to a point on a non -tangent curve concave northeasterly and having a radius of 350.00 feet, a radial line of said curve from said point bears North 7°34'25" East; thence along said curve northwesterly 274.89 feet through a central angle of 44°59'58" to a point of reverse curvature with a curve concave southwesterly and having a radius of 250.00 Feet, a radial line of said curve from said point bears South 52034'23" West; thence along said curve northwesterly 118.53 feet through a central angle of 27009'57"; thence tangent from said curve North 64°35'34" West 6.80 feet to the southeasterly line of Del Rey Road (66.00 feet wide) as shown on said map of Tract No. 3883; thence along said southeasterly line North 25°24'26" East 75.58 feet to the beginning of a tangent curve in said southeasterly line concave southeasterly and having a radius of 617.00 feet; thence along said curve and southeasterly line northeasterly 29.42 feet through a central angle of 2"43'55" to a point on a non -tangent curve concave southwesterly and having a radius of 450.00 feet, a rz it line of said curve from said point bears South 27°59'11" West; thence along said curve southeasterly 150.84 feet through a central angle of 19°12'22" to a point on a non -tangent curve concave northeasterly and having a radius of 280.00 feet, a radial line of said curve from said point bears North 53°47'50" East; thence along said curve southeasterly 257.35 feet through a cental angle of 52"39'39"; thence non -tangent from said curve South 83°38'00" East 126.54 feet; thence South 83"45'00" East 115.76 feet to the beginning of a tangent curve concave northerly and having a radius of 280.00 feet; thence along said curve easterly 100.54 feet through a central angle of 20'34'25"; thence tangent from said curve North 75°40'35" East 44.12 feet to a point bearing North 20'36'27" West 112.19 feet from the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; thence South 20"36'27" East 112.19 feet to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. CONTAINING: 2.13 Acres, more or less. SUPIECT TO all Covenants, Rights, Rights -of -Way and Easements of Record. EXHIBIT "A" Page 8 of 8 �' rr {= F RvAs �Q 2073E a �' Il. EXHIBIT "A-1" Page 1. of 1 2486,19 pC�z 1 7''Q ci 73S 9. I LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE EASEMENT TRACT NOS-ZO73S-7,B,9. 4�� 2486-19 zoo' of zoo' SCALE IN FS;T .544� l 110, 80, 2 I NOSCAPE MAINiERANCE EASEMENT. 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Data and information represented on this map are subject to update Al and modification. The City of Temecula assumes no warranty or legal responsibility for the information contained on this map. This map is not for reprint or resale. Visit the City of Temecula GIS online at hftps://temeculaca.gov/gis Updated 3/26/2019 Item No. 16 ACTION MINUTES JOINT SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY AND CITY COUNCIL MEETING COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA APRIL 28, 2020 CALL TO ORDER at 7:48 PM: Chair James Stewart ROLL CALL: Edwards, Naggar, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart SARDA/COUNCIL PUBLIC COMMENTS - None SARDA/COUNCIL CONSENT CALENDAR Unless otherwise indicated below, the following pertains to all items on the Consent Calendar. Approved the Staff Recommendation (5-0): Motion by Edwards, Second by Schwank. The vote reflected unanimous approval. 12. Approve Sixth Amendment to the Disposition and Development Agreement for the Town Square Marketplace Development Between the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, the City of Temecula, and Town Square Marketplace Old Town, LLC Located at APNs. 922-360-004, 005, 006, 007) Recommendation: 1. That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2020-24 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING THE SIXTH AMENDMENT TO THE DISPOSITION AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BY AND AMONG THE CITY OF TEMECULA, SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, AND TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE OLD TOWN, LLC CONVEYING APPROXIMATELY ONE ACRE OF PROPERTY LOCATED ON MAIN STREET WEST OF MERCEDES STREET 2. That the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. SARDA 2020-04 A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY APPROVING THE SIXTH AMENDMENT TO THE DISPOSITION AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BY AND AMONG THE CITY OF TEMECULA, SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, AND TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE OLD TOWN, LLC CONVEYING APPROXIMATELY ONE ACRE OF PROPERTY LOCATED ON MAIN STREET WEST OF MERCEDES STREET SARDA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT SARDA BOARD OF DIRECTOR REPORTS SARDA ADJOURNMENT At 7:50 PM, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency meeting was formally adjourned to Tuesday, May 12, 2020, at 5:30 PM for a Closed Session, with a regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. James Stewart, Chair ATTEST: Randi Johl, Secretary [SEAL] Item No. 17 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Luke Watson, Director of Community DATE: May 26, 2020 SUBJECT: Approve an Amendment to the Old Town Specific Plan to Allow Four -Story Hotels Within the Downtown Core District and to Add Language to the Specific Plan to Clarify the Intended Use of a Minor Exception for Building Height PREPARED BY: Stuart Fisk, Principal Planner RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt resolutions entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2020- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING ADDENDUM NO. 1 TO THE OLD TOWN SPECIFIC PLAN PROGRAM ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (SCH NO. 2009071049) RESOLUTION NO.2020- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING AMENDMENT NO. 9 TO THE OLD TOWN SPECIFIC PLAN (SP-5) (LONG RANGE PROJECT NO. LR20-0209) BACKGROUND: On May 25, 2010, City Council adopted Ordinance 10-09 to approve a comprehensive amendment to the Old Town Specific Plan. This Specific Plan Amendment utilized form -based zoning to establish standards for building placement, building form, and building type to facilitate pedestrian friendly development, and emphasized implementation of these standards over specific land uses. The 2010 Specific Plan Amendment allows four-story buildings when at least one floor of residential is provided, or when at least one floor of office (with parking) is provided. The purpose for allowing four stories when at least one floor of residential is provided was to encourage residential uses within the Downtown Core district, with the intent that the residents would help to support the commercial businesses within Old Town. The allowance for four-story buildings when one floor of office (with parking) is provided was made based on community input provided during the visioning and Specific Plan development process, with the goal of providing additional options and flexibility for development within Old Town. The 2010 Specific Plan Program EIR analyzed development of Old Town based on a mixture of commercial, hotel, residential, civic, and office uses. Based on market absorption projections developed by Keyser Marston Associates (KMA) for the 2010 Specific Plan Amendment, the Program EIR assumed an additional 499 hotel rooms (beyond the hotel rooms existing in Old Town at that time). The 2010 Specific Plan Amendment allows three-story hotels throughout the Downtown Core district and allows up to eight stories within the Downtown Core -Hotel Overlay district when a full service hotel with conference facilities, restaurant and other guest services is provided. In addition to the four-story buildings currently permitted in the Downtown Core district (for buildings that provide at least one floor of residential, or at least one floor of office with parking), the proposed Specific Plan Amendment would also allow four-story hotels in the Downtown Core district. Since the adoption of the 2010 Specific Plan Amendment, staff has heard from multiple hotel developers that the ability to construct four-story hotels in the Downtown Core is necessary for new hotels to be economically feasible. Staff has reached out to KMA, who prepared the market study that guided development of the 2010 Specific Plan Amendment, and received information validating assertions relating to the economic feasibility of three story versus four story hotels in the Downtown Core. It should also be noted that no three-story hotels have been built in the Downtown Core district since the 2010 Specific Plan Amendment was adopted. Furthermore, while residents living in Old Town may help support the businesses located in Old Town by occasionally shopping or dining in Old Town, it is likely that the construction of hotel rooms in Old Town would provide even greater support to Old Town's businesses anticipating that the hotel patrons would frequently shop and dine in Old Town. To allow four-story hotels in the Downtown Core district, the proposed Old Town Specific Plan Amendment would modify the requirements in the Specific Plan for multi -story buildings within the Downtown Core district. Of the 499 additional hotel rooms analyzed for the 2010 Old Town Specific Plan Amendment, 343 hotel rooms have already either been constructed or approved, leaving a balance of 156 hotel rooms analyzed in the 2010 Program EIR. Projects that exceed 499 total hotel rooms will be required to prepare additional CEQA documentation. In addition, to clarify the intended use of a Minor Exception for building height, the proposed Old Town Specific Plan Amendment would add footnotes to Table IV-8 (Allowable Building Types and Height in the Downtown Core and Downtown Core/Hotel Overlay District), Table IV-17 (Allowable Building Types and Building Height in the Residential/Limited Mixed -Use District), and Table IV-28 (Allowable Building Types and Building Heights in the Neighborhood Residential District) of the Specific Plan to state that "Section 17.03.060 of the Temecula Municipal Code, which provides criteria for Minor Exceptions to development regulations, may be utilized for building height in Old Town for the purpose of providing architectural elements to a portion (or portions) of a building to add roofline variation or to otherwise enhance the aesthetics of the building consistent with its architectural style. A Minor Exception is not intended to be utilized to add overall height to the base roof line of the building nor to add extra floor to ceiling height of any one or more stories." ENVIRONMENTAL: In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the proposed Specific Plan amendment will not have a significant impact upon the environment based on a completed EIR Addendum. As a result, the City Council will take action on a recommendation to adopt an EIR Addendum in compliance with CEQA Section 15164. FISCAL IMPACT: None. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Aerial Map 2. City Council Resolution — EIR Addendum Exhibit A — EIR Addendum 3. City Council Resolution — Specific Plan Amendment Exhibit A — Specific Plan Amendment (Underline/Strikeout) 4. Planning Commission Resolution No. 2020-11 5. Planning Commission Resolution No. 2020-12 6. Planning Commission Staff Report of May 6, 2020 7. Notice of Public Hearing 8. Draft Notice of Determination with County Clerk CITY OF TEMECULA LRzo-azos 1 inch = 500 feet 1:6,000 0 200 400 800 Feet I C Al ( Date Created: 04/16/2020 The Heart of Southern California Wine Country The map LR20-0209.mxd is maintained by City of Temecula GIS. Data and information represented on this map are subject to update and modification. The City of Temecula assumes no warranty or legal responsibility for the information contained on this map. This map is not for reprint or resale. Visit the City of Temecula GIS online at hftps:/ttemeculaca.gov/gis RESOLUTION NO. 2020- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING ADDENDUM NO. 1 TO THE OLD TOWN SPECIFIC PLAN PROGRAM ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (SCH NO. 2009071049) THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Procedural Findings. The City Council does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. In May 2010, the City Council of the City of Temecula approved a comprehensive amendment to the Old Town Specific Plan ("Specific Plan"). At that time, the City certified a Final Program Environmental Impact Report, State Clearinghouse No. 2009071049 ("EIR"), to comply with the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") for approval of the Specific Plan Amendment. B. The Specific Plan provides standards and guidelines for development. Amendment No. 9 to the Specific Plan would update and modify those standards including an update to allow four-story hotels within the Downtown Core district and to add language to the Specific Plan to clarify the intended use of a Minor Exception for building height. C. Addendum No. 1 to the Old Town Specific Plan Final Program Environmental Impact Report, City of Temecula, California, State Clearinghouse No. 97121030 ("Addendum No. 1") addresses potential environmental impacts that might result from the Specific Plan Amendment. D. The City has caused an Addendum No. 1 ("Addendum") to be prepared for the Specific Plan Amendment in accordance with Section 15164 of the CEQA Guidelines because the Specific Plan Amendment does not require the preparation of a new or supplemental environmental impact report pursuant to CEQA Guidelines section 15164. E. An addendum need not be circulated for public review but is attached to a final EIR in accordance with CEQA Guidelines section 15164. F. The City Council has reviewed and considered the Addendum No. 1 in conjunction with the Program EIR. G. On May 6, 2020, the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Addendum No.l to the Old Town Specific Plan Final Program Environmental Impact Report and proposed Amendment No. 9 to the Old Town Specific Plan (SP-5) at which time all persons interested in these actions had the opportunity and did address the Planning Commission. H. After hearing all written and oral testimony on the proposed actions and duly considering the comments received, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 2020-11 recommending to the City Council that Addendum No. 1 to the Old Town Final Program Environmental Impact Report be approved. The Planning Commission also adopted Resolution No. 2020-12 recommending to the City Council that the proposed Amendment No. 9 to the Old Town Specific Plan (SP-5) be approved. I. On May 26, 2020 the City Council of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Addendum No.l to the Old Town Specific Plan Final Program Environmental Impact Report and the proposed Amendment No. 9 to the Old Town Specific Plan (SP-5) at which time all persons interested in the Project had the opportunity and did address the City Council. J. The City Council has reviewed the findings made in this Resolution and finds that they are based upon substantial evidence that has been presented to the City Council in the record of proceedings. The documents, staff reports, and other materials that constitute the record of proceedings on which this Resolution is based are on file and available for public examination on the City's website at TemeculaCA.gov. The City Council has independently reviewed and considered the contents of Addendum No. 1 prior to deciding whether to approve the Specific Plan Amendment. Section 2. Further Findings. Consistent with CEQA Guidelines Section 15164, the City Council finds and determines that Addendum No. 1 is the appropriate environmental document to analyze the proposed Amendment No. 9 to the Specific Plan ("Amendment") because: A. Some changes or additions to the Program EIR are necessary, but none of the conditions described in State CEQA Guidelines Section 15162 calling for the preparation of a subsequent EIR have occurred. B. There are no substantial changes proposed by the Amendment that will require major revisions of the previous Program EIR due to the involvement of new significant environmental effects or a substantial increase in the severity of previously identified significant effects; C. No substantial changes have occurred with respect to the circumstances under which the Amendment are undertaken that will require major revisions of the previous Program EIR due to the involvement of new significant environmental effects or a substantial increase in the severity of previously identified significant effects; and D. There is no new information of substantial importance, which was not known and could not have been known with the exercise of reasonable diligence at the time the previous Program EIR was adopted, showing that: (a) the Amendment will have one or more significant effects not discussed in the Program EIR; (b) there are significant effects previously examined that will be substantially more severe than shown in the Program EIR; (c) there are mitigation measures or alternatives previously found not to be feasible would in fact be feasible and would substantially N reduce one or more significant effects of the project, but the City declines to adopt the mitigation measure or alternative; or (d) mitigation measures or alternatives which are considerably different from those analyzed in the Program EIR would substantially reduce one or more significant effects on the environment, but the City declines to adopt the mitigation measure or alternative. Section 3. The City Council hereby adopts Addendum No. 1 which is attached hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated herein by this reference. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 26th day of May, 2020. James Stewart, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 2020- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 26th day of May, 2020, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk Program Environmental Impact Report Addendum Old Town Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 Downtown Core District Hotel Development Standards State Clearinghouse No. 2009071049 Prepared by: City of Temecula Community Development Department 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 694-6400 Aft Of ,-unirnunity ❑evelopment Department April 2020 Overview This Program Environmental Impact Report (PEIR) Addendum has been prepared for the Old Town Specific Plan (OTSP) Amendment No. 9 — Downtown Core District Hotel Development Standards project. It is an Addendum to the 2010 Program EIR that was prepared and certified for the Old Town Specific Plan Amendment No. 7, and which is now final. An Initial Study Checklist and environmental analysis has been prepared to determine if any additional environmental impacts will result from the OTSP Specific Plan Amendment (No. 9), in comparison to the impacts identified in the certified and final 2010 PEIR. All environmental factors and checklist questions are evaluated and documented into one of the following conclusions: • Increased impact as compared to the impact identified in the previously certified PEIR • Same impact as compared to the impact identified in the previously certified PEIR • Reduced impact as compared to the impact identified in the previously certified PEIR As documented in the attached Initial Study checklist, the Old Town Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 does not result in any new or increased impacts as compared to the analysis in the previously certified 2010 PEIR. As such, an EIR Addendum is the appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) document for Specific Plan Amendment No. City of Temecula California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Initial Study / Environmental Checklist Project Title Old Town Specific Plan Amendment (SPA) No. 9 - Downtown Core District Hotel Development Standards Project OTSP originally adopted on February 22, 1994 (Ordinance No. 94-05) Previous Adopted Specific Plan Amendments (SPA): SPA 1 - January 23, 1996 (Ordinance No. 96-01) SPA 2 - May 13, 1997 (Ordinance No. 97-06) SPA 3 - July 13, 1999 (Ordinance No. 99-12) SPA 4 - October 10, 2000 (Ordinance No. 00-11) SPA 5 - August 24, 2004 (Ordinance No. 04-08) SPA 6 - June 13, 2006 (Ordinance No. 06-07) SPA 7 - May 25, 2010 (Ordinance No. 10-09) SPA 8 - September 5, 2017 (Resolution No.17-56) Previous CEQA Document State SCH# 2009071049 — Old Town Specific Plan Amendment (SPA) No. 7 Program Clearinghouse Number EIR —Certified February 2010 Lead Agency Name and Address City of Temecula Community Development Department 41000 Main Street Temecula CA 92590 Contact Person and Phone Number Stuart Fisk, Principal Planner (951) 506-5159 Project Location/History Project Location The Project area is located in the southwest portion of the City of Temecula, which is located within the County of Riverside approximately 85 miles southeast of Los Angeles, 60 miles northeast of San Diego, and 25 miles inland from the Pacific Ocean (Figure 1). The Project site is located within the Old Town area of the City of Temecula, west of Interstate 15 (1-15), south of Rancho California Road, east of Pujol Street and generally north of First Street/Santiago Road (Figure 2). The overall OTSP and the Downtown Core Zoning District and Downtown Core Hotel Overlay zone is shown in Figure 3. Project History Temecula was incorporated on December 1, 1989. On November 9, 1993, Temecula adopted the Land Use Element of the City's General Plan. Since then, 14 specific plans have been adopted to govern defined geographic regions of the City. The Old Town Specific Plan (OTSP) was prepared in 1992 and 1993 under the direction of a City Council -appointed steering committee. The Steering Committee members represented a wide range of local business and resident interests. The OTSP was adopted by the City Council on February 8, 1994. The original purpose of the document was to provide a comprehensive plan for land use, development regulations, design guidelines, vehicular circulation, parking, development incentives and other related actions aimed at implementing the goals and objectives set forth in the document itself. The Specific Plan for Old Town was adopted on February 22, 1994. Between 1994 and 2006, six amendments were made to the Specific Plan, primarily with regard to building height standards, requirements for outdoor vendors, sign regulations, land uses, parking standards, historic preservation zoning and standards, and setback and landscape standards. On May 25, 2010, the City Council adopted the seventh amendment to the OTSP, which was a comprehensive revision to the entire Old Town Specific Plan, and a Program Environmental Impact Report (EIR) was prepared and certified. The eighth amendment to the OTSP relocated a portion of the Downtown Core Hotel Overlay zone. The OTSP Specific Plan Amendment (SPA) No. 7 was adopted May 25, 2010 and a Program Environmental Impact Report (EIR) was prepared and certified (May 11, 2010). The primary purpose of the OTSP SPA No. 7 was to incorporate form -based code principles into the Specific Plan to more clearly define development regulations, to better facilitate pedestrian friendly development through building placement and streetscapes, and to encourage mixed -use development within Old Town. The Specific Plan Amendment was intended to achieve these goals through changes to site planning standards and guidelines, streetscape standards and guidelines, land use district locations and titles, architectural standards and guidelines, parking lot guidelines, public art guidelines, paving material guidelines, outdoor dining/sidewalk furniture guidelines, sign regulations and guidelines, alley guidelines, and landscape guidelines within the Specific Plan. SPA No. 7 also resulted in the annexation of approximately 2.4 acres into the Specific Plan at a location south of First Street, along the west side of Old Town Front Street, and the removal of approximately 2.3 acres from the Specific Plan at a location west of the intersection of 6th Street and Pujol Street. The proposed project site has also been evaluated in previous planning documents including: • Old Town Specific Plan, Originally Adopted February 22, 1994 (Revised January 23, 1996, May 13, 1997, July 13, 1999, October 10, 2000, August 24, 2004, June 13, 2006, May 25, 2010, and September 5, 2017). • City of Temecula General Plan EIR, prepared by The Planning Center, updated 2005. • Program Environmental Impact Report (SCH 2O09072049) — Old Town Specific Plan Specific Plan Amendment 7 (Certified May 11, 2010) • Old Town Specific Plan Specific Plan Amendment 7 —Adopted May 25, 2010 • Truax Hotel/Hotel Overlay Zone Boundary Modification EIR (SCH 2017011029), adopted September 2017 2010 Program EIR Summary The Program EIR evaluated the effect of SPA No. 7 on the following environmental factors: Aesthetics, Air Quality, Global Warming/Climate Change, Cultural Resources, Hydrology, Land Use & Planning, Noise, Utilities and Public Services and Traffic and Transportation. Project related temporary impacts to air quality, global warming/climate change and noise were determined to be significant and unavoidable, with the remaining issue areas (Aesthetics, Cultural Resources, Land Use and Planning, Utilities and Public Services and Traffic and Transportation) determined to be less than significant. A Statement of Overriding Considerations was adopted for the significant and unavoidable impacts. The Program EIR and findings are available for review at the City of Temecula. The Program EIR evaluated impacts associated with the following OTSP SPA 7 project description: • Commercial: 1,043,928 Square Feet • Hotel: 499 Rooms • Residential (MF): 2,377 Units • Residential (SF): 31 Units • Civic: 159,809 Square Feet • Office: 835,494 Square Feet The Program EIR project description included the following discussion of the Downtown Core District: Downtown Core District The Downtown Core District located along the east edge of the Open Space corridor, which contains Murrieta Creek, is intended to provide for uses that will support pedestrian -oriented and mixed -use development. This district is defined by multi -story urban buildings of up to four stories that are intended to accommodate art galleries, museums, restaurants and small-scale boutique retailers such as gift, specialty food, and antique shops, or similar retail uses, offices and service -oriented uses. Residential uses are permitted in the Downtown Core, but residential and office uses are restricted to the second floor and higher for parcels along Old Town Front Street and Main Street. All four-story buildings in the Downtown Core must contain at least one floor restricted to residential use or office use (with parking). Cumulative projects included in the Program EIR impact evaluation included the Springhill Suites and Crown Plaza hotel projects 3 Project Sponsor's Name and Address I City of Temecula Community Development Department 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 General Plan Designation Specific Plan Implementation - Old Town Specific Plan (SP 5) — Downtown Core District Zoning SP-5 Description of Project Old Town Specific Plan (OTSP) Specific Plan Amendment (SPA) No. 9 is proposed to modify the requirements in the Specific Plan for multi -story buildings within the Downtown Core Zoning District to allow four story hotels. Currently, the existing Specific Plan (Section IV.B.2.a) requires four story buildings to provide at least one floor of residential or one floor of office use with parking. The Downtown Core Hotel Overlay Zone, located within the Downtown Core zoning designation, does not require residential or office to be included in hotels. The existing OTSP allows for up to 499 Hotel Rooms within the Downtown Core and Residential/Limited Mixed -Use Districts, based on a market study that supported the 2010 Specific Plan Amendment and Program EIR. Of those 499 allowable hotel rooms, 343 hotel rooms have already either been constructed or approved, leaving a balance of 156 hotel rooms analyzed in the 2010 Program EIR. Projects that exceed 499 total hotel rooms will be required to prepare additional CEQA documentation. SPA No. 9 also proposes to add footnotes to Table IV-8 (Allowable Building Types and Height in the Downtown Core and Downtown Core/Hotel Overlay District), Table IV-17 (Allowable Building Types and Building Height in the Residential/Limited Mixed -Use District), and Table IV-28 (Allowable Building Types and Building Heights in the Neighborhood Residential District) of the Specific Plan to state that "Section 17.03.060 of the Temecula Municipal Code, which provides criteria for Minor Exceptions to development regulations, may be utilized for building height in Old Town for the purpose of providing architectural elements to a portion (or portions) of a building to add roofline variation or to otherwise enhance the aesthetics of the building consistent with its architectural style analysis. A Minor Exception is not intended to be utilized to add overall height to the base roof line of the building or to add extra floor to ceiling height of any one or more stories." Because the Minor Exception is already available for development in Old Town and the footnote proposed above is intended to clarify the intended use of the Minor Exception and will not allow for anything different or greater than what is currently allowed, no further discussion of this proposed addition to the Specific Plan will occur in this Addendum. Section IV.B.2.a in the Specific Plan (Land Use and Urban Development Standards/Old Town Zoning Districts/Downtown Core (DTC) currently reads as follows: 4 "The Downtown Core district is intended to provide for uses that support pedestrian oriented and mixed -use development. The Downtown Core Zoning district is defined by multi -story urban buildings of up to four stories when at least one floor of residential is provided, or when at least one floor of office (with parking) is provided). The Downtown Core is intended to accommodate a variety of land uses that will create a vibrant public realm. Uses include, but are not limited to art galleries, museums, restaurants, entertainment -oriented uses, small scale boutique retailers such as gift, specialty food, and antique shops and similar retail uses, offices and service -oriented uses. Residential development at 40 to 70 dwelling units per acre and mixed -use developments are also anticipated within this district. Service and office uses are restricted to the second floor and higher for parcels along Old Town Front Street and Main Street. Residential uses are permitted in the Downtown Core Zoning district, but are also restricted to the second floor and higher for parcels along Old Town Front Street and Main Street. All four-story buildings in the Downtown Core district must contain at least one floor restricted to residential use or one floor of office with on -site parking." The proposed language for Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would revise Section IV.B. 2.a (Old Town Zoning Districts / Downtown Core (DTC) to read as follows: The Downtown Core district is intended to provide for uses that support pedestrian oriented and mixed -use development. The Downtown Core Zoning district is defined by multi -story urban buildings of up to four stories (when at least one floor of residential is provided; when at least one floor of office (with parking) is provided, or when four floors of hotel are provided). The Downtown Core is intended to accommodate a variety of land uses that will create a vibrant public realm. Uses include, but are not limited to art galleries, museums, restaurants, entertainment -oriented uses, small scale boutique retailers such as gift, specialtyfood, and antique shops and similar retail uses, offices and service - oriented uses. Residential development at 40 to 70 dwelling units per acre and mixed -use developments are also anticipated within this district. Service uses identified in Table IV-1 and office uses are restricted to the second floor and higher for parcels along Old Town Front Street and Main Street. Residential uses are permitted in the Downtown Core Zoning district, but are also restricted to the second floor and higher for parcels along Old Town Front Street and Main Street. All four-story buildings in the Downtown Core district must contain at least one floor restricted to residential use, one floor of office with onsite parking; or four stories of hotel uses." The footnote (P4) in Table IV-1 (Land Use Matrix) for hotel uses in the Downtown Core/Downtown Core -Hotel Overlay District will reference the above revised language. The above amended OTSP Downtown Core District text still allows for a maximum of 499 hotel rooms within the Downtown Core and Residential/Limited Mixed -Use Districts. This EIR Addendum will focus the environmental analysis on any changes in environmental impacts that would result from allowing four story hotels in addition to the Downtown Core Zoning District's current allowance for 4-story buildings if one floor of residential or office (with parking) is provided in multi -story buildings. Four story hotel buildings may result in additional or fewer actual hotel projects, although the number of hotel rooms will not change from 499 as a result of the proposed Specific Plan Amendment. No specific hotel projects are proposed as part of this Specific Plan Amendment. Additional CEQA documentation will be required for future hotel project applications in the OTSP if they exceed the 499 total hotel rooms analyzed in the 2010 Program EIR for the Downtown Core and Residential/Limited Mixed - Use Districts. Surrounding Land Uses and Setting The following describes each land use surrounding the Project Site: • North — The Specific Plan Area is bordered immediately to the north by Rancho California Road, which provides direct access to Interstate 15 (1- 15), central Temecula and the unincorporated De Luz area. Commercial and Business Park land uses are located north of the Specific Plan area. • West — The Specific Plan area is bordered immediately to the west by the escarpment hillside and the Altair Specific Plan. • South — The Project Site is generally bordered to the south by First Street/Santiago Road. The area south of First Street includes commercial and open space land uses. • East —The Project Site is bordered immediately to the east by Interstate 15 (I-15). Public Agencies Whose Approval is The Project is anticipated to require the following review and approvals: Required Agency Action City of Temecula . Approval of Old Town Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 • Adoption of EIR Addendum Appendix A: Traffic Memo Environmental Factors Potentially Affected This Initial Study Checklist has been prepared to determine if any additional environmental impacts will result with adoption of the OTSP Specific Plan Amendment (No. 9) in comparison to the impacts identified in the 2010 Certified Program EIR. All environmental factors and checklist questions are evaluated and documented into one of the following conclusions: • Increased impact as compared to the impact identified in the previously certified Program EIR • Same impact as compared to the impact identified in the previously certified Program EIR • Reduced impact as compared to the impact identified in the previously certified Program EIR It is noted that the CEQA Guidelines Appendix G Initial Study Checklist was updated in 2019 to modify some of the checklist questions and add additional checklist topical areas. The Initial Study checklist used to scope the content of the 2010 Program EIR was the pre-2019 version and does not entirely match the 2019 updated checklist used in this Addendum. Checklist questions contained in the previous checklist that are not included in the 2019 update, are not evaluated herein. Only those environmental factors evaluated in the 2010 Program EIR are reevaluated in this EIR Addendum checklist, with the exception of Tribal Cultural Resources, which was added to the Initial Study Checklist in 2019. Environmental factors not previously evaluated (except Tribal Cultural Resources) in the 2010 Program EIR are not evaluated herein to ensure consistency between the Program EIR and the EIR Addendum. Specific Plan Amendment 9 proposes to amend hotel -related land use policy within the Downtown Core District. No specific development proposals or locations have been proposed, and future development applications will be subject to further CEQA environmental review at the time that they are submitted. The environmental factors checked below would be potentially affected by this project, involving at least one impact that is a "Potentially Significant Impact" as indicated by the checklist on the following pages. Aesthetics Mineral Resources Agriculture and Forestry Resources Noise Air Quality Population/Housing Biological Resources Public Services Cultural Resources Recreation Energy Transportation Geology/Soils Tribal Cultural Resources Greenhouse Gas Emissions Utilities/Service Systems Hazards and Hazardous Materials Wildfire Hydrology/Water Quality Mandatory Findings of Significance Land Use/Planning • Air Quality, Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Noise were found to be significant and unavoidable in the 2010 OTSP SPA No. 7 Program EIR. They remain so, within the context of the EIR Addendum, but no increases in these impacts occur as a result of the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9. Determination (To be completed by the lead agency) On the basis of this initial evaluation: I find that the proposed project COULD NOT have a significant effect on the environment, and a NEGATIVE DECLARATION will be prepared. I find that although the proposed project could have a significant effect on the environment, there will not be a significant effect in this case because revisions in the project have been made by or agreed to by the project proponent. A MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION will be prepared. I find that the proposed project MAY have a significant effect on the environment, and an ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT is required. I find that the proposed project MAY have a "potentially significant impact" or "potentially significant unless mitigated" impact on the environment, but at least one effect 1) has been adequately analyzed in an earlier document pursuant to applicable legal standards, and 2) has been addressed by mitigation measures based on the earlier analysis as described on attached sheets. An ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT is required, but it must analyze only the effects that remain to be addressed. X I find that although the proposed project could have a significant effect on the environment, because all potentially significant effects (a) have been analyzed adequately in an earlier INITIAL STUDY, NEGATIVE DECLARATION or ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT, pursuant to applicable standards, and (b) project impacts have been determined to be the same or less than identified in the earlier INITIAL STUDY, NEGATIVE DECLARATION or ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT, an ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT ADDENDUM will be prepared and, nothing further is required. Signature Date of Temecula Printed Name For Lake Skinner Mu iet a i \ r J Temecula C Project Location Riverside County -----------_ ------------ --------------- San Diego County CLEVELAND NATIONAL FOREST 0 1 2 MILES 19010199.01 GRX 001 1 Source: adapted by Ascent Environmental in 2020 9 1 n, �` �` dy !r R f" VIA,, %, d W�-44 Legend Civic (CV) Neighborhood Residential (NR) Downtown Core (DTC) ® Downtown Core — Hotel Overlay (DTC1HO) JW Open Space (OS) Residential 1 Limited Mixed Use (RILMU) 0 250 500 FEET 4. 19010199.01 GRX D02 Source: adapted by Ascent Environmental in 2020 V 11 1. AESTHETICS. Would the project: Issues and Supporting Information Sources Increased Impact as Same Impact as Reduced Impact as Compared to Impact Compared to Impact Compared to Impact Documented in Documented in Documented in Previous EIR Previous EIR Previous EIR a Have a substantial adverse effect on a scenic vista? X b Substantially damage scenic resources, including, but not limited to, X trees, rock outcroppings, and historic buildings within a state scenic highway? c In non -urbanized areas, substantially degrade the existing visual X character or quality of public views of the site and its surroundings? (Public views are those that are experienced from publicly accessible vantage point.) If the project is in an urbanized area, would the project conflict with applicable zoning and other regulations governing scenic quality? d Create a new source of substantial light or glare which would X adversely affect daytime or nighttime views in the area? Comments: Implementation of Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would result in the same total number of hotel rooms (499) in the Downtown Core and Residential/Limited Mixed -Use Districts as allowed by the existing adopted specific plan, and evaluated in the 2010 Program EIR. The Downtown Core Zoning district is defined by multi -story urban buildings of up to four stories (when at least one floor of residential is provided, or when at least one floor of office (with parking) is provided). In addition, the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would also allow four story buildings in the Downtown Core District when four floors of hotel are provided. As a result, aesthetic impacts associated with the 499 hotel rooms would remain the same as evaluated in the 2010 Program EIR. 1.a. Same Impact. Scenic vistas are views defined as having a valued resource and typically contain scenes such as waterways, the ocean, hills, valleys, or mountains. The City of Temecula contains several scenic vistas which include the hills surrounding the City of Temecula and Santa Ana Mountains to the west and southern ridgelines, the Santa Margarita River, the slopes in the Sphere of Influence located west and east of the City limits and other important landforms and historic landscape features as scenic vistas. The rolling hills surrounding the City of Temecula to the south east, and west are designated by the General Plan Community Design Element as important natural features whose public views should be protected and maintained. Therefore, all public and private development projects are subject to review by the City to ensure consistency with the General Plan Community Design Element to maintain public views of scenic resources. A portion of the 1-15 from Corona South to the San Diego County line has been named as an Eligible State Scenic Highway. At this time, this area of the 1-15 has been designated but is not yet considered a State Scenic Highway (Caltrans, 2016). The Project area is highly urbanized and exhibits relatively flat terrain. Views of the surrounding area, specifically of the Santa Ana Mountains, would not be substantially obstructed or impacted by Project implementation due to the similar elevation of the Project area compared to the surrounding land uses. Furthermore, the Project is required to comply with the General Plan Community Design Element and is subject to review by the City for consistency. Therefore, development within the Project area would result in less than significant impacts related to scenic vistas and the effects would be less than significant. 12 1.b. Same Impact. The Project Site, nearby roadways, and surrounding land are not considered a state scenic highway corridor. Within Riverside County the closest designated State Scenic Highways in Riverside County are along State Route 74 (SR-74) and State Route 243 (SR-243). The area designated as a State Scenic Highway is not visible from the Project Site or the surrounding area and is located approximately 50 miles northeast of the Project Site. The Project is located adjacent to the 1-15, which is designated by Caltrans as an Eligible State Scenic Highway; however, it is not officially designated as a State Scenic Highway by Caltrans. Public views of the distant mountains (Cleveland National Forest) to the south from I- 15 would not be obscured by development of the Project. Under the Project, public views of the project area would change from a vacant land to a built environment with multiple story buildings. However, the proposed Project is consistent with surrounding residential and commercial uses. Therefore, no new or substantially more severe impacts would occur to passenger views along the 1-15 and impacts would be less than significant. 1.c. Same Impact. The Project area is currently developed with urban uses. The Project would modify the existing visual character and quality of the area through the addition of up to four (4) story hotels; however, the proposed hotel uses are located with an urban area and are consistent and visually compatible with the uses located in the vicinity of the project area. Additionally, four story buildings are a Permitted Use in the OTSP Downtown Core District (when at least one floor of residential or one floor of office (with parking) is provided) and are consistent with the City of Temecula Zoning Ordinance. Because the visual character would be similar to the surrounding land uses and is a permitted use under the OTSP and current zoning, the Project is consistent with surrounding land uses and would have a less than significant impact on the visual character of the area. 1.d. Same Impact. The Project Site is located within a developed and urban area within the City of Temecula. New sources of exterior lighting and interior lighting would be included as part of the Project and be subject to light pollution regulations in Chapter 17.22 Section 17.22.176 of the City of Temecula Municipal Code, the County of Riverside's Mount Palomar Light Pollution Ordinance, and the City of Temecula General Plan Policy 2.5 of the Community Design Elements. Lighting would be downward shielded and dark sky compliant to minimize lighting and glare. Daytime glare is attributed to the reflection of artificial and natural lighting off of highly reflective surfaces, such as windows. Mid -rise buildings with large surface areas of reflective or mirrorlike materials are a common source of daytime glare, especially around sunrise and sunset. In addition to 4-story buildings with a minimum of one floor of residential or one floor of office (with parking), the proposed Project allows for up to four (4) story hotels which would be built with textured, non -reflective surfaces, non -reflective (mirrored) glass and downward shielded lighting to minimize glare and prevent spillover onto adjacent structures. As a result, the Project would result in a less than significant glare impact. References: California Department of Transportation (Caltrans). 2016. California Scenic Highways Mapping System. 13 2. AGRICULTURE AND FOREST RESOURCES. In determining whether impacts to agricultural resources are significant environmental effects, lead agencies may refer to the California Agricultural Land Evaluation and Site Assessment Model (1997) prepared by the California Dept. of Conservation as an optional model to use in assessing impacts on agriculture and farmland. In determining whether impacts to forest resources, including timberland, are significant environmental effects, lead agencies may refer to information compiled by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection regarding the state's inventory of forest land, including the Forest and Range Assessment Project and the Forest Legacy Assessment Project; and forest carbon measurement methodology provided in Forest Protocols adopted by the California Air Resources Board. Would the project: Issues and Supporting Information Sources Increased Impact as Same Impact as Reduced Impact as Compared to Impact Compared to Compared to Impact Documented in Impact Documented in Previous EIR Documented in Previous EIR Previous EIR a Convert Prime Farmland, Unique Farmland, or Farmland of Statewide X Importance (Farmland), as shown on the maps prepared pursuant to the Farmland Mapping and Monitoring Program of the California Resources Agency, to non-agricultural use? b Conflict with existing zoning for agricultural use, or a Williamson X Act contract? c Conflict with existing zoning for, or cause rezoning of, forest land X (as defined in Public Resources Code section 12220(g)), timberland (as defined by Public Resources Code section 4526), or timberland zoned Timberland Production (as defined by Government Code section 51104(g))? d Result in the loss of forest land or conversion of forest land to X non -forest use? e Involve other changes in the existing environment which, due to X initial Study location or nature, could result in conversion of Farmland, to non-agricultural use or conversion of forest land to non -forest use? Comments: 2.a-e. Agricultural and Forest Resources impacts were not evaluated in the certified Program EIR. No Additional analysis is warranted or required based on the limited scope of the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 and the current urbanized area. 14 3. AIR QUALITY. Where available, the significance criteria established by the applicable air quality management or air pollution control district may be relied upon to make the following determinations. Would the project: Issues and Supporting Information Sources Increased Impact as Same Impact as Reduced Impact as Compared to Impact Compared to Impact Compared to Impact Documented in Documented in Documented in Previous EIR Previous EIR Previous EIR a Conflict with or obstruct implementation of the applicable air X quality plan? b Result in a cumulatively considerable net increase of any criteria X pollutant for which the project region is non -attainment under an applicable federal or state ambient air quality standard? c Expose sensitive receptors to substantial pollutant X concentrations? d Result in other emissions (such as those leading to odors) X adversely affecting a substantial number of people? Comments: Implementation of Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would result in the same total number of hotel rooms (499) in the Downtown Core and Residential -Limited Mixed -Use Districts as allowed by the existing adopted specific plan and evaluated by the 2010 Program EIR. The Downtown Core Zoning district is defined by multi -story urban buildings of up to four stories (when at least one floor of residential is provided, or when at least one floor of office (with parking) is provided). In addition, the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would also allow four story buildings in the Downtown Core District when four floors of hotel are provided. As a result, air quality impacts associated with the 499 hotel rooms would remain the same as evaluated in the 2010 Program EIR. 3.a. Same Impact. The 2016 Air Quality Management Plan (2016 AQMP) serves as South Coast Air Quality Management District's (SCAQMD) state implementation plan (SIP) submittal to California Air Resources Board (CARB) to track the path towards the South Coast Air Basin (SCAB) reaching attainment under the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) and California Ambient Air Quality Standards (CAAQS). The Project area is designated as OTSP Downtown Core District. The Project is a Permitted Use of the Downtown Core District and the City of Temecula Zoning Ordinance and would therefore be consistent with existing general plan land use designations. Emissions of criteria pollutants and precursors were modeled using the California Emissions Estimator Model (CaIEEMod) Version 2016.3.2 computer program (CAPCOA 2016). Detailed information regarding modeling assumptions and outputs can be found in Appendix A. Project construction would generate exhaust emissions from construction equipment and vehicle trips, fugitive dust from demolition and ground disturbing activities, and off -gas emissions from architectural coatings and paving. Operation of the Project would increase the amount of operational air emissions from vehicles accessing the project site (mobile sources), natural gas consumption (energy sources), and use of consumer products and operation of landscaping equipment (area sources). However, as discussed below, construction and operation of the project would not result in daily emissions in exceedance of the SCAQMD's CEQA thresholds of significance for emissions of ROG, NOx, PM1o, and PM2.5. As discussed above, the SCAB is in nonattainment for several of the NAAQS (ozone and PM2.5) and CAAQS (ozone, PM1o, and PM2.5). Because emissions of ROG, NOx, PM2.5, and PM10 would not exceed these thresholds, construction- and operation - related emissions of criteria air pollutants and precursors would not conflict with an applicable AQMP. This impact would be less than significant. 15 3.b. Same Impact. As discussed above, construction of the Project would generate criteria pollutants and precursor emissions from the use of heavy-duty equipment, worker commute trips, and fugitive dust emissions. The Project would generate emissions associated with typical activities associated with congregate car including mobile source emissions from worker commute trips, persons visiting residents of the Project areas, and residents' use of vehicles. Natural gas would also be directly consumed on -site from natural gas —powered stove tops and fireplaces as well as indirectly consumed to produce energy to power the Project. The infrequent application of paint, use of consumer products and landscaping equipment, and application of fertilizers on landscaped areas would also result in operational emissions of air pollutants. Thus, construction- and operation -related emissions of ROG, NOx, PM2.s, and PM10 would remain significant and unavoidable based on the analysis in the previously certified EIR; no greater impacts would result from the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9. 3.c. Same Impact. Implementation of the Project would not introduce any new long-term operational sources of TACs. Therefore, construction related TACs will comprise the analysis of substantial pollutant concentrations. In relation to air quality, sensitive receptors include infants and children, the elderly, people with illnesses, or others who are especially sensitive to the adverse health effects of air pollutants (discussed previously). Hospitals, schools, convalescent facilities, and residential housing are examples of land uses with populations who are sensitive to air quality impacts. Existing sensitive receptors within the Project Site include residences to the north, south, east, and west and the ABC Child Care Center to the northeast of the Project Site. Construction -related activities would result in temporary, intermittent emissions of diesel particulate matter (PM) from the exhaust of heavy-duty off -road diesel equipment used for construction of the Project. On -road, diesel -powered haul trucks traveling to and from the project site during construction to deliver materials and equipment would not operate at a single location for extended periods and therefore would not expose a single receptor to excessive diesel PM emissions. This analysis focuses primarily on heavy duty construction equipment used on -site that may affect nearby off - site land uses. Considering the highly dispersive properties of diesel PM, the relatively low mass of diesel PM emissions that would be generated during project construction, the relatively short period during which diesel PM -emitting construction activity would take place in the same location near the same receptors, it is anticipated construction -related TACs would not expose sensitive receptors to an incremental increase in cancer risk that exceeds 10 in one million or a hazard index of 1.0 or greater. This impact would remain significant and unavoidable based on the analysis in the previously certified EIR; no greater impacts would result from the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9. 3.d. Same Impact. Odors are typically associated with industrial activities involving the use of chemicals, solvents, petroleum products, and other strong -smelling elements used in manufacturing processes. Odors are also associated with such uses as sewage treatment facilities and landfills. The proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would allow four story buildings in the Downtown Core District when four floors of hotel are provided and would not change the types of uses allowed within the overall specific plan area. The Project would not introduce any major odor -producing uses that would have the potential to affect a substantial number of people. It is expected refuse generated from future development of the Project would be temporarily stored in covered containers and would be removed at regular intervals in compliance with the City's solid waste regulations. Activities and materials associated with construction would be typical of construction projects of similar type and size. Any odors that may be generated during construction of future development of the Project would be localized and would not be sufficient to affect a substantial number of people or result in a nuisance as defined by SCAQMD Rule 402. Impacts with regard to odors would be less than significant. 16 References: California Air Pollution Control Officers Association. 2016. CalEEMod 2016.3.2 Computer Program. Available: http://www.capcoa.org/caleemod/. Accessed November 13, 2019. California Air Resources Board. 2005 (April). Air Quality and Land Use Handbook: A Community Health Perspective. Available: https:Hww3.arb.ca.gov/ch/handbook.pdf. Accessed November 13, 2019. ---. 2015. User Manual for the Hotspots Analysis and Reporting Program Air Dispersion Modeling and Risk Assessment Tool Version 2. Last Revised: March 17, 2015. Available: https:Hww3.arb.ca.gov/toxics/harp/docs2/harp2admrtuserguide.pdf. Accessed November 13, 2019. ---. 2019. Area Designations Maps — State/National Standards Homepage. Last updated October 24, 2019. Available: https:Hww3.arb.ca.gov/desig/adm/adm.htm. Accessed November 12, 2019. CAPCOA. See California Air Pollution Control Officers Association. CARE. See California Air Resources Board. Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment. 2015. Air Toxics Hot Spots Program Risk Assessment Guidelines. Available: https:Hoehha.ca.gov/media/downloads/crnr/2015guidancemanual.pdf. Accessed November 13, 2019. SCAQMD. See South Coast Air Quality Management District. South Coast Air Quality Management District. 2017 (April). South Coast AQMD Air Quality Significance Thresholds. Available: http://www.agmd.gov/docs/default-source/ceqa/handbook/scaqmd-air-quality-significance- thresholds.pdf?sfvrsn=2. Accessed November 12, 2019. 17 4. BIOLOGICAL RESOURCES. Would the project: Issues and Supporting Information Sources Increased Impact as Same Impact as Reduced Impact as Compared to Impact Compared to Impact Compared to Impact Documented in Documented in Documented in Previous EIR Previous EIR Previous EIR a Have a substantial adverse effect, either directly or through X habitat modifications, on any species identified as a candidate, sensitive, or special -status species in local or regional plans, policies, or regulations, or by the California Department of Fish and Game or U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service? b Have a substantial adverse effect on any riparian habitat or X other sensitive natural community identified in local or regional plans, policies, regulations, or by the California Department of Fish and Game or U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service? c Have a substantial adverse effect on state or federally protected X wetlands (including, but not limited to, marsh, vernal pool, coastal, etc.) through direct removal, filling, hydrological interruption, or other means? d Interfere substantially with the movement of any native X resident or migratory fish or wildlife species or with established native resident or migratory wildlife corridors, or impede the use of native wildlife nursery Sites? e Conflict with any local policies or ordinances protecting X biological resources, such as a tree preservation policy or ordinance? f Conflict with the provisions of an adopted Habitat Conservation X Plan, Natural Community Conservation Plan, or other approved local, regional, or state habitat conservation plan? Comments: 4.a — f. Biological Resources were not evaluated in the certified Program EIR. No Additional analysis is warranted or required based on the limited scope of the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 and the current urbanized area. 18 S. CULTURAL RESOURCES. Would the project: Issues and Supporting Information Sources Increased Impact as Same Impact as Reduced Impact as Compared to Impact Compared to Impact Compared to Impact Documented in Documented in Documented in Previous EIR Previous EIR Previous EIR a Cause a substantial adverse change in the significance of a X historical resource pursuant to §15064.5? b Cause a substantial adverse change in the significance of an X archaeological resource pursuant to §15064.5? c Disturb any human remains, including those interred outside of X formal cemeteries? Comments: Implementation of Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would result in the same total number of hotel rooms (499) in the Downtown Core and Residential/Limited Mixed -Use Districts as allowed by the existing adopted specific plan and evaluated by the 2010 Program EIR. The Downtown Core Zoning district is defined by multi -story urban buildings of up to four stories (when at least one floor of residential is provided, or when at least one floor of office (with parking) is provided). In addition, the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would also allow four story buildings in the Downtown Core District when four floors of hotel are provided. The proposed Specific Plan Amendment would not directly result in any site -specific hotel development proposals or projects. Future hotel development projects submitted for development review to the City of Temecula may be subjected to additional CEQA environmental review including tribal consultation pursuant to the CEQA Guidelines, SB 18 and AB 52. The City of Temecula works closely with local Native American tribes to ensure that all aspects of potential project impacts to cultural resources are identified, and to ensure that appropriate conditions of approval are applied. As a result, cultural resource impacts associated with the Specific Plan Amendment would remain the same as evaluated in the 2010 Program EIR. 5.a. Same Impact. A historical resource is defined in Section 15064.5(a)(3) of the CEQA Guidelines as any object, building, structure, Site, area, place, record, or manuscript determined to be historically significant or significant in the architectural, engineering, scientific, economic, agricultural, educational, social, political, military, or cultural annals of California. Historical resources are further defined as being associated with significant events, important persons, or distinctive characteristics of a type, period or method of construction; representing the work of an important creative individual; possessing high artisticvalues; oryielding information important in prehistory or history. Resources listed in or determined eligible forthe California Register of Historical Resources, included in a local register, or identified as significant in a historic resource survey are also considered historical resources under CEQA. Future project construction consistent with SPA 9 would require grading and excavation in areas which could contain previously recorded historic resources. Additional CEQA analysis and documentation will be required when specific projects are proposed. Less than significant impact with prior mitigation incorporated. 5.b. Same Impact. Section 15064.5(a)(3)(D) of the State CEQA Guidelines generally defines archaeological resources as any resource that "has yielded, or may be likely to yield, information important in prehistory or history." Archaeological resources are features, such as tools, utensils, carvings, fabric, building foundations, etc., that document evidence of past human endeavors and that may be historically or culturally important to a significant earlier community. The City of Temecula consulted on April 21, 2020 with the Pechanga Tribe to evaluate the potential impacts of the proposed Specific Plan Amendment on archaeological and Tribal Cultural Resources. Through consultation, the Pechanga Tribe identified the Old Town Specific Plan as being located within the boundaries of recorded Traditional Cultural 19 Property, 'exva Temeeku. In addition, there are placenames within the near vicinity of the Specific Plan, along with a number of recorded cultural resources. The Tribe identified the potential for finding subsurface prehistoric cultural resources during ground disturbing activities within the proposed Specific Plan boundaries. The Pechanga Tribe provided additional input and refinement to the mitigation measures contained in the 2010 PEIR, due to the amount of time that has transpired since certification of that PEIR. The following refinements to the 2010 PEIR mitigation measures do not imply that any additional cultural resource impacts are expected to occur beyond those identified in the 2010 PEIR, and do not represent significant new information. The mitigation measure refinements are as follows: Mitigation Measure 3.4-1a: Consistent with the City of Temecula's General Plan Goal 6 and Implementation Procedure OS-26 and OS39, the City of Temecula shall require that all areas slated for development or other ground disturbing activities shall be subject to a Phase I survey (including a 1-mile radius records search and intensive archaeological survey) for archaeological resources on a project -specific basis prior to the City's approval of project plans. The survey shall be carried out by a qualified archaeologist in consultation with the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Mission Indians (Pechanga Tribe). The Pechanga Tribe shall be allowed to accompany the project archaeologist on the Phase I walkover survey, and shall be given the opportunity to comment on the archaeological report which results from the evaluation. If archaeological resources are encountered during the survey, the City shall require that the resources are evaluated for their eligibility for listing on the National Register or California Register by a Riverside County qualified archaeologist and the Pechanga Tribe, and that recommendations are made for treatment of these resources, in consultation with the Pechanga Tribe. If Phase II archeological evaluations are recommended, the Pechanga Tribe shall consult on all proposed test plans and participate with the project archeologist during testing and evaluation. All such surveys with recommendations shall be completed prior to project approval. Any identified resources shall be avoided if feasible. Ground - disturbing activity in areas which were previously undisturbed, or have been determined by a qualified archaeologist in consultation with the Pechanga Tribe, to be sensitive for cultural resources shall be monitored by a Riverside County qualified archaeologist and Pechanga tribal representative(s). Mitigation Measure 3.4-1b: Consistent with the City of Temecula's General Plan Goal 6 and Implementation Procedure OS-26 and OS39, the City of Temecula shall require that during construction, should prehistoric or historic subsurface cultural resources be discovered, all activity in the vicinity of the find shall stop and a Riverside County qualified archaeologist, in consultation with the Pechanga Tribe will be contacted to assess the significance of the find according to CEQA Guidelines Section 15064.5. If any find is determined to be significant, the City and the archaeologist will determine, in consultation with the Pechanga Tribe, appropriate avoidance measures or other appropriate mitigation. Grading or further ground disturbance shall not resume within the area of the discovery until an agreement has been reached by all parties as to the appropriate mitigation. Work shall be allowed to continue outside of the buffer area and will be monitored by additional Tribal monitors, if needed. Treatment and avoidance of the newly discovered resources shall be consistent with the Cultural Resources Management Plan and Monitoring Agreement entered into with the Pechanga Tribe. This may include avoidance of the cultural resources through project design, in -place preservation of cultural resources, and/or re -burial on the property in perpetuity. Pursuant to Calif. Pub. Res. Code § 21083.2(b) avoidance is the preferred method of preservation for archaeological resources and cultural resources. If the landowner and the Tribe(s) cannot agree on the significance or the mitigation for the archaeological or cultural resources, these issues will be presented to the City Community Development Director for decision. The City Community Development Director shall make the determination based on the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act with respect to archaeological resources, recommendations of the project archeologist, and shall take into account the cultural and religious principles and practices of the Tribe. Notwithstanding any other rights available under the law, the decision of the City Community Development Director shall be appealable to the City Planning 20 Commission and/or City Council.- Upon completion of earthmoving activities, the landowner shall relinquish ownership of all cultural resources, including sacred items, burial goods and all archaeological artifacts that are found on the project area to the Pechanga Tribe for proper treatment and disposition. Mitigation Measure 3.4-1c: Consistent with the City of Temecula's General Plan Goal 6 and Implementation Procedure OS-26 and OS39, the City of Temecula shall require that for projects in areas which were previously undisturbed, or have been determined by a qualified archaeologist in consultation with the Pechanga Tribe, or by the Pechanga Tribe pursuant to certified PEIR MM 3.4-1a to be sensitive for cultural resources, at least 30 days prior to seeking a grading permit, the Project Applicant shall contact the Pechanga Tribe to notify the Tribe of grading, excavation and the monitoring program, and to coordinate with the City of Temecula and the Tribe to develop and enter into a Cultural Resources Treatment and Monitoring Agreement. The Agreement shall address the treatment of known cultural resources; appropriate treatment and procedure for inadvertent discoveries, the designation, responsibilities, and participation of Native American Tribal monitors during grading, excavation and ground disturbing activities; project grading and development scheduling; terms of compensation for the monitors; and treatment and final disposition of any cultural resources, sacred sites, and human remains discovered on the site. Mitigation Measure 3.4-1d: Consistent with the City of Temecula's General Plan Goal 6 and Implementation Procedure OS-26 and OS39, the City of Temecula shall require that if inadvertent discoveries of subsurface cultural resources are discovered during grading, the Project Applicant, the Project Archaeologist, and the Pechanga Tribe shall assess the significance of such resources and shall meet and confer regarding the mitigation for such resources. If the project applicant and the Pechanga Tribe cannot agree on the significance or the mitigation for such resources, these issues will be presented to the Planning Director for decision. The Planning Director shall make the determination based on the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act with respect to archaeological resources and shall take into account the religious beliefs, customs, and practices of the Pechanga Tribe. Notwithstanding any other rights available under the law, the decision of the Planning Director shall be appealable to the City of Temecula City Council. Mitigation Measure 3.4-1e: Consistent with the City of Temecula's General Plan Goal 6 and Implementation Procedure OS-26 and OS39, the City of Temecula shall require that all sacred sites, should they be encountered within the project area, shall be avoided and preserved as preferred mitigation, if feasible. Mitigation Measure 3.4-1f: Consistent with the City of Temecula's General Plan Goal 6 and Implementation Procedure OS-26 and OS39, the City of Temecula shall require that in the event that Native American cultural resources are discovered during the course of grading (inadvertent discoveries), the following procedures shall be carried out for final disposition of the discoveries: a) One or more of the following treatments, in order of preference, shall be employed with the tribes. Evidence of such shall be provided to the City of Temecula Community Development Department: o Preservation -In -Place of the cultural resources, if feasible. Preservation in place means avoiding the resources, leaving them in the place where they were found with no development affecting the integrity of the resources. ii.) Reburial of the resources on the Project property. The measures for reburial shall include, at least, the following: Measures and provisions to protect the future reburial area from any future impacts in perpetuity. Reburial shall not occur until all legally required cataloging and basic recordation have been completed, with an exception that sacred items, burial goods and Native American human remains are excluded. Any reburial process shall be culturally appropriate. Listing of contents and location of the reburial shall be included in the confidential Phase IV report. The Phase IV 21 Report shall be filed with the City under a confidential cover and not subject to Public Records Request. If preservation in place or reburial is not feasible then the resources shall be curated in a culturally appropriate manner at a Pechanga Tribe curation facility that meets State Resources Department Office of Historic Preservation Guidelines for the Curation of Archaeological Resources ensuring access and use pursuant to the Guidelines. The collection and associated records shall be transferred, including title, and are to be accompanied by payment of the fees necessary for permanent curation. Evidence of curation in the form of a letter from the curation facility stating that subject archaeological materials have been received and that all fees have been paid, shall be provided by the landowner to the City. There shall be no destructive or invasive testing on sacred items, burial goods and Native American human remains. Results concerning finds of any inadvertent discoveries shall be included in the Phase IV monitoring report. Mitigation Measure 3.4-4a: Consistent with State law, CEQA Guidelines, and the City of Temecula's General Plan Goal 6 and Implementation Procedure OS-26 and OS-39, the City of Temecula shall require that if human skeletal remains are uncovered during project construction, work in the vicinity of the find shall cease and the Riverside County coroner will be contacted to evaluate the remains If the County coroner determines that the remains are Native American, he or she will contact the Native American Heritage Commission, in accordance with Health and Safety Code Section 7050.5, subdivision (c), and Public Resources Code 5097.98 (as amended by AB 2641). The NAHC will then identify the person(s) thought to be the Most Likely Descendent of the deceased Native American, who will then help determine what course of action should be taken in dealing with the remains. Per Public Resources Code 5097.98, the landowner shall ensure that the immediate vicinity, according to generally accepted cultural or archaeological standards or practices, where the Native American human remains are located, is not damaged or disturbed by further development activity until the landowner has discussed and conferred, as prescribed in this section (PRC 5097.98), with the most likely descendants regarding their recommendations, if applicable, taking into account the possibility of multiple human remains. Per Public Resources Code 5097.98, the landowner shall ensure that the immediate vicinity, according to generally accepted cultural or archaeological standards or practices, where the Native American human remains are located, is not damaged or disturbed by further development activity until the landowner has discussed and conferred, as prescribed in this section (PRC 5097.98), with the most likely descendants regarding their recommendations, if applicable, taking into account the possibility of multiple human remains. In addition, Tribal Cultural Resources are defined in the CEQA statute and Guidelines as sites, features, places, cultural landscapes, sacred places, and objects with cultural value to a California Native American tribe that are either included or determined to be eligible for inclusion in the California Register of Historical Resources (California Register) or included in a local register of historical resources, or a resource determined by the lead agency, in its discretion and supported by substantial evidence, to be significant. A cultural landscape that meets these criteria is a tribal cultural resource to the extent that the landscape is geographically defined in terms of the size and scope of the landscape. Historical resources, unique archaeological resources, or non -unique archaeological resources may also be tribal cultural resources if they meet these criteria. Impacts to Tribal Cultural Resources are evaluated in Section 18 of this Initial Study Checklist. The proposed Specific Plan Amendment would not directly result in any site -specific hotel development proposals or projects. Future hotel development projects allowed by the Specific Plan Amendment and submitted for development review to the City of Temecula will be subjected to additional CEQA environmental review including cultural resource investigations and tribal consultation pursuant to the CEQA Statute and Guidelines, SB 18 and AB 52. The City of Temecula works closely with local Native American tribes to ensure that all aspects of potential project impacts to cultural resources are identified, and where required, are mitigated. As a result, cultural resource impacts associated with the Specific Plan 22 Amendment would remain the same as evaluated in the 2010 Program EIR. Less than significant impact with prior mitigation incorporated. 5.c. Same Impact. The Project Site is located in an urbanized area of the City. Project construction would require ground disturbing activities included grading and excavation in a previously undeveloped area. Although no known human remains exist onsite there is a potential that ground disturbing activates could disturb previously unknown human remains. Therefore, impacts to human remains would remain less than significant with implementation of the previously adopted mitigation measures. References: City of Temecula, Temecula General Plan, 1993, Updated 2005, Open Space Conservation Element, Figure OS-2, Historic Structures and Sites, page OS-16. 23 6. ENERGY. Would the project: Issues and Supporting Information Sources Increased Impact Same Impact as Reduced Impact as as Compared to Compared to Impact Compared to Impact Impact Documented in Documented in Documented in Previous EIR Previous EIR Previous EIR a Result in potentially significant environmental impact due to X wasteful, inefficient, or unnecessary consumption of energy resources, during project construction or operation? b Conflict with or obstruct a state or local plan for renewable X energy or energy efficiency? Comments: 6.a-b. Energy Impacts were not evaluated in the certified Program EIR. No Additional analysis is warranted or required based on the limited scope of the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 which does not change the types of uses allowed in the overall Old Town Specific Plan area. 24 7. GEOLOGY AND SOILS. Would the project: Issues and Supporting Information Sources Increased Impact as Same Impact as Reduced Impact as Compared to Impact Compared to Compared to Impact Documented in Impact Documented in Previous EIR Documented in Previous EIR Previous EIR a Expose people or structures to potential substantial adverse X effects, including the risk of loss, injury, or death involving: i. Rupture of a known earthquake fault, as delineated on the most X recent Alquist-Priolo Earthquake Fault Zoning Map issued by the State Geologist for the area or based on other substantial evidence of a known fault? Refer to Division of Mines and Geology Special Publication 42. ii. Strong seismic ground shaking? X iii. Seismic -related ground failure, including liquefaction? X iv. Landslides? X b Result in substantial soil erosion or the loss of topsoil? X c Be located on a geologic unit or soil that is unstable, or that would X become unstable as a result of the project, and potentially result in on- or off -Site landslide, lateral spreading, subsidence, liquefaction or collapse? d Be located on expansive soil, as defined in Table 18-1-B of the X Uniform Building Code (1994), creating substantial risks to life or property? e Have soils incapable of adequately supporting the use of septic X tanks or alternative wastewater disposal systems where sewers are not available for the disposal of wastewater? f Directly or indirectly destroy a unique paleontological resource or X Site or unique geologic feature? Comments: 7.a-f. Geology and Soils Impacts were not evaluated in the certified Program EIR. No Additional analysis is warranted or required based on the limited scope of the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 and the current urbanized area, including the fact that the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would occur within the footprint of the current OTSP area. 25 8. GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS. Would the project: Issues and Supporting Information Sources Increased Impact as Same Impact as Reduced Impact as Compared to Impact Compared to Compared to Impact Documented in Impact Documented in Previous EIR Documented in Previous EIR Previous EIR a Generate greenhouse gas emissions, either directly or indirectly, X that may have a significant impact on the environment? b Conflict with an applicable plan, policy, or regulation adopted for X the purpose of reducing the emissions of greenhouse gases? Comments: Implementation of Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would result in the same total number of hotel rooms (499) in the Downtown Core and Residential/Limited Mixed -Use Districts as allowed by the existing adopted specific plan and evaluated by the 2010 Program EIR. The Downtown Core Zoning district is defined by multi -story urban buildings of up to four stories (when at least one floor of residential is provided, or when at least one floor of office (with parking) is provided). In addition, the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would also allow four story buildings in the Downtown Core District when four floors of hotel are provided. As a result, greenhouse gas emission impacts associated with the 499 hotel rooms would remain the same as evaluated in the 2010 Program EIR. 8.a. Same Impact. Construction and operation of the Project would increase GHG emissions which have the potential to cumulatively result in a significant impact on the environment. Construction -related activities that would generate GHG emissions include operation of heavy-duty equipment and work commute vehicle trips to and from the Project site. Operation of the Project would result in GHG emissions from vehicle trips accessing the Project site (mobile sector), electricity and natural gas combustion (energy sector), operation of landscaping equipment (area sector), treatment of water and wastewater (water sector), and decomposition of solid wastes at landfills (solid waste sector). Emissions from these sectors and from construction -related activities were modeled using CalEEMod Version 2016.3.2. Forthe reason stated above, construction and operation of the Project would result in a significant climate change impact. This impact would remain significant and unavoidable. 8.b. Same Impact. The Project would result in a significant impact if it would generate GHG emissions, either directly or indirectly, that may conflict with applicable regulatory plans and policies to reduce GHG emissions, as discussed in CARB's 2017 California Climate Change Scoping Plan (2017 Scoping Plan), Southern California Association of Government's (SCAG's) Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS), and the City of Temecula's Sustainability Plan. The Project's location in proximity to commercial and other residential uses and its proximity to transit service renders the project consistent with and in support of the goals and benefits of the SCAG 2016 RTP/SCS, which seeks "improved mobility and accessibility... to reach desired destinations with relative ease and within a reasonable time, using reasonably available transportation choices." The project would support the SCAG 2016 RTP/SCS implementation of "strategies focused on compact infill development, superior placemaking (the process of creating public spaces that are appealing), and expanded housing and transportation choices." As such, the project would be consistent with regional plans to reduce VMT and associated GHG emissions. City of Temecula Sustainability Plan The City of Temecula Sustainability Plan was adopted in June 2010 to identify and address current and future climate change goals. The Sustainability Plan includes several goals for reducing GHG emissions through energy and water 26 efficiency, waste reduction, and embracing cleaner technology. The Project would be consistent with the applicable sustainability goals outlined in the plan. The Sustainability Plan incorporates the following goals which would be applicable to the Project: • Reduce energy consumption throughout the community through use of the latest technology, practices, and programs that support this goal. • Support the use of clean energy throughout the community through use of the latest technology, practices, and programs. • Reduce total waste generated and reduce the use and release of household hazardous waste. • Distribute trip types among all modes of transportation (vehicle, transit, pedestrian, bicycle, etc.). The Project would minimize energy consumption through the use on energy metering and would support the use of clean energy through meeting the Tier 1 Standards of the CalGreen Code. Energy consumption would additionally be reduced through compliance with the 2019 California Energy Code, which achieved a 53 percent reduction in residential energy use as compared to the 2016 California Energy Code through solar photovoltaic installation requirements. Furthermore, as discussed above, the project would be located close to existing public transit and would encourage multi - modal transportation (vehicle, transit, pedestrian, bicycle, etc.). The project's consistency with these goals along with the 2017 Scoping Plan and SCAG RTP/SCS would ensure that the project would not conflict with adopted plans, policies, or regulations for reducing the emission of GHGs. As such the Project would not conflict with any applicable plans or policies and impacts would be less than significant. References: California Air Resources Board. 2017. 2017 California Climate Change Scoping Plan. Available: https://ww3.arb.ca.gov/cc/scopingplan/scoping_plan_2017.pdf. Accessed November 18, 2019. CARB. See California Air Resources Board. SCAG. See Southern California Association of Governments. SCAQMD. See South Coast Air Quality Management District. South Coast Air Quality Management District. 2008 (October). Draft Guidance Document — Interim CEQA Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Significance Threshold -- Attachment E. Available: https://www.aqmd.gov/docs/default- source/ceqa/handbook/greenhouse-gases-(ghg)-cega-significance-thresholds/ghgattachmente.pdf?sfvrsn=2. Accessed November 18, 2019. ---. 2009 (November 19, 2009). Greenhouse Gas CEQA Significance Threshold Stakeholder Working Group #14 Presentation. Available: http://www.agmd.gov/docs/default-source/ceqa/handbook/greenhouse-gases-(ghg)- cega-significance-thresholds/year-2008-2009/ghg-meeting-14/ghg-meeting-14-main- presentation.pdf?sfvrsn=2. Accessed November 18, 2019. Southern California Association of Governments. 2016 (April). The 2016-2040 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy: A Plan for Mobility, Accessibility, Sustainability and a High Quality of Life. Available: http://scagrtpscs.net/Documents/2016/final/f2016RTPSCS.pdf. Accessed November 18, 2019. 27 9. HAZARDS AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS. Would the project: Issues and Supporting Information Sources Increased Impact as Same Impact as Reduced Impact as Compared to Impact Compared to Compared to Impact Documented in Impact Documented in Previous EIR Documented in Previous EIR Previous EIR a Create a significant hazard to the public or the environment X through the routine transport, use, or disposal of hazardous materials? b Create a significant hazard to the public or the environment X through reasonably foreseeable upset and accident conditions involving the release of hazardous materials into the environment? c Emit hazardous emissions or handle hazardous or acutely X hazardous materials, substances, or waste within one -quarter mile of an existing or proposed school? d Be located on a Site which is included on a list of hazardous X materials Sites compiled pursuant to Government Code Section 65962.5 and, as a result, would it create a significant hazard to the public or the environment? e For a project located within an airport land use plan or, where X such a plan has not been adopted, within two miles of a public airport or public use airport, would the project result in a safety hazard or excessive noise for people residing or working in the project area? f Impair implementation of or physically interfere with an adopted X emergency response plan or emergency evacuation plan? g Expose people or structures, either directly or indirectly, to a X significant risk of loss, injury, or death involving wildland fires? Comments: 9.a-g. Hazards and Hazardous Materials Impacts were not evaluated in the certified Program EIR. No Additional analysis is warranted or required based on the limited scope of the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 and the current urbanized area, including the fact that the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would occur within the footprint of the current OTSP area. 28 10. HYDROLOGY AND WATER QUALITY. Would the project: Issues and Supporting Information Sources Increased Impact as Same Impact as Reduced Impact as Compared to Impact Compared to Compared to Impact Documented in Impact Documented in Previous EIR Documented in Previous EIR Previous EIR a Violate any water quality standards or waste discharge X requirements or otherwise substantially degrade surface or ground water quality? b Substantially decrease groundwater supplies or interfere X substantially with groundwater recharge such that the project may impede sustainable groundwater management of the basin? c Substantially alter the existing drainage pattern of the Site or area, X including through the alteration of the course of a stream or river or through the addition of imperious surfaces, in a manner which would: i) result in substantial erosion or siltation on- or off -site; X ii) substantially increase the rate or amount of surface runoff in a X manner which would result in flooding on- or off -site; iii) create or contribute runoff water that would exceed the X capacity of existing or planned stormwater drainage systems or provide substantial additional sources of polluted runoff; or iv) impede or redirect flood flows? X d In flood hazard, tsunami, or seiche zones, risk or release of X pollutants due to project inundation? e Conflict with or obstruct implementation of a water quality control X plan or sustainable groundwater management plan? Comments: Implementation of Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would result in the same total number of hotel rooms (499) in the Downtown Core and Residential/Limited Mixed -Use Districts as allowed by the existing adopted specific plan and Evaluated by the 2010 Program EIR. The Downtown Core Zoning district is defined by multi -story urban buildings of up to four stories (when at least one floor of residential is provided, or when at least one floor of office (with parking) is provided). In addition, the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would also allow four story buildings in the Downtown Core District when four floors of hotel are provided. As a result, hydrology and water quality impacts associated with the 499 hotel rooms would remain the same as evaluated in the 2010 Program EIR. 10.a. Same Impact. The Project area is designated a Priority Development Project area and is required to comply with the development planning requirements of the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board (SDRWQCB) MS4 permit and the City of Temecula Stormwater Ordinance. As shown in Figure 3, the proposed Project design implements non-structural, structural, source control and treatment control Best Management Practices (BMPs), which can include infiltration basin, detention basin, vegetated swale, media filter, pervious concrete, storm drain stenciling or signage, protection of material and trash storage areas from rainfall, and vector avoidance strategies. The proposed Project Site drainage would 29 implement the following BMPs in accordance with the Water Quality Management Plan: capture and convey stormwater runoff from developed areas to underground retention/detention stormwater water quality mitigation system via private storm drain inlets and drainage networks. Development of the Project is required to comply with all water quality standards or waste discharge requirements. By complying with the requirements for a Priority Development Project impacts related to violation of water quality standards and waste discharge requirements of the Project are anticipated to be less than significant. 10.b. Same Impact. Water would be supplied to the Project by the Rancho California Water District (RCWD). The Project would slightly increase the demand for water from the RCWD. The RCWD currently obtains water from the following primary water sources: 1) local groundwater from the Murrieta-Temecula Groundwater Basin; 2) imported State Water Project (SWP) and Colorado River water from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWDSC) through the Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) and the Western Municipal Water District (WMWD); and 3) recycled water from both the District and EMWD facilities. The Water Facilities Master Plan predicts an additional annual groundwater capacity which will be generated through increasing artificial recharge of the groundwater basin by 22,443 acres feet per year (AFY). An additional annual supply of 5,319 AFY of recycled water is also anticipated by buildout. The full build -out annual capacity of the EWMD is anticipated to be 115,002 AFY which is greater than the projected build -out annual production requirement of 110,714 AFY. The proposed Project is considered as part of the full build -out area, and therefore would be adequately served by the projected water supply for the EMWD and would not substantially decrease groundwater supplies. As discussed in response 10.a. the Project is designed to promote stormwater infiltration and groundwater recharge. Therefore, Project impacts would be less than significant. 10.6. Same Impact. The proposed Project area is designated a Priority Development Project area and therefore the Project area is required to prepare a Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP). Additionally, future Project design is required to comply with the local City of Temecula Stormwater and Urban Runoff Management and Discharge Controls Ordinance (Chapter 8.28 et seq.) and regional MS4 Permit (California Regional Water Quality Control Board San Diego Region Order No. 139-2013-0001 as amended by 119-2015-0001 and 119-2015-0100) requirements for stormwater management; as well as the requirements of the City of Temecula Engineering and Construction Manual (Chapter 18) and the City of Temecula Erosion and Sediment Control Ordinance (Chapter 18.18 et seq.) Potential erosion, siltation, and increased runoff would be minimized through implementation of the WQMP and adherence to the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP). With implementation of erosion and sediment control BMPs, construction would result in a less than significant erosion, siltation, and runoff impact. 10.c.ii. Same Impact. According to Figure PS-2, of the City of Temecula General Plan, the Project Site is not located within a 100-Year Flood Zone. The Project is required to implement a SWPPP during construction to reduce pollutants and stormwater runoff. Compliance with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) requirements minimize potential impacts related to flooding. Therefore, the impacts would be less than significant. 10.c.iii. Less Than Significant Impact. Construction within the Project Site would be required to comply with the development planning requirements of the SDRWQCB MS4 permit and the City of Temecula Stormwater Ordinance. Future projects would be required to generate a project specific WQMP as required by the City of Temecula Stormwater Ordinance and as specified in the City's Jurisdictional Runoff Management Plan. The implementation of the specific drainage features within each WQMP, would ensure that the Project would meet the City's MS4 Permit and Stormwater Ordinance requirements. As a part of the WQMP, the Project would be required to incorporate and maintain LID BMPs into the project design, which include measures to reduce increases in runoff through hydromodification and infiltration protection. Therefore, impacts would be less than significant in this regard. 10.c.iv. Same Impact. According to Figure PS-2, of the City of Temecula General Plan, the Project Site is not located within a 100-Year Flood Zone. Therefore, development of the Project area would not result in impacts related to impeding or redirecting flood flows. The Project would have no impact and analysis of this issue is not necessary. 30 10.d. Same Impact. A seiche is an oscillation of a body of water in an enclosed or semi -enclosed basin, such as a reservoir, harbor, lake, or storage tank. A tsunami is a great sea wave, commonly referred to as a tidal wave, produced by a significant undersea disturbance such as tectonic displacement of the sea floor associated with large, shallow earthquakes. Mudflows result from the downslope movement of soil and/or rock under the influence of gravity. According to Figure PS-2, of the City of Temecula General Plan, the Project Site is not located within a 100-Year Flood Zone or within a dam inundation area. The Project Site is not subject to tsunami hazards given its distance to the Pacific Ocean. Furthermore, the gently sloping topography of the project area is not conducive to sustaining mudflows. The Project would have no impact and analysis of this issue is not necessary. 10.e. Same Impact. Future projects shall be designed to not violate water quality standards or waste discharge requirements. Future projects would be required to comply with all applicable requirements of the NPDES General Construction Permit issued by the SDRWQCB. The Project would be required to implement a SWPPP during construction that includes BMPs to reduce pollutants in stormwater runoff from the Project Site. By complying with the NPDES requirements, potential impacts to conflict with or obstruct implementation of a water quality control plan or sustainable groundwater management plan are anticipated to be less than significant. No further analysis of this topic is required. References: City of Temecula, Temecula General Plan, 1993, Updated 2005, Public Safety Element, Figure PS-2, Flood Hazards and Dam Inundation Areas, page PS-11. 31 11. LAND USE AND PLANNING. Would the project: Issues and Supporting Information Sources Increased Impact as same Impact as Reduced Impact as Compared to Impact Compared to Impact Compared to Documented in Documented in Impact Previous EIR Previous EIR Documented in Previous EIR a Physically divide an established community? X b Cause a significant environmental impact due to a conflict with X any land use plan, policy, or regulation adopted for the purpose of avoiding or mitigating an environmental effect? Comments: Implementation of Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would result in the same total number of hotel rooms (499) in the Downtown Core and Residential/Limited Mixed -Use Districts as allowed by the existing adopted specific plan and evaluated by the 2010 Program EIR. The Downtown Core Zoning district is defined by multi -story urban buildings of up to four stories (when at least one floor of residential is provided, or when at least one floor of office (with parking) is provided). In addition, the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would also allow four story buildings in the Downtown Core District when four floors of hotel are provided. As a result, land use and planning impacts associated with the 499 hotel rooms would remain the same as evaluated in the 2010 Program EIR. 11.a. Same Impact. The Specific Plan Amendment would not divide and established community and would result in the same number of hotel rooms (499) as the existing Specific Plan. The Downtown Core Zoning district is defined by multi- story urban buildings of up to four stories (when at least one floor of residential is provided, or when at least one floor of office (with parking) is provided) or when four floors of hotel are provided. No changes to the existing General Plan land use designations would be made and the Project is consistent with surrounding residential and commercial land uses. Therefore, the Project would have no impact. 11.b. Same Impact. As discussed under Response 11.a., the proposed project would not change the existing General Plan land use designations or other policy or regulation, other than revising the Specific Plan to indicate that in the Downtown Core Zoning district four story hotels will be permitted in addition to buildings currently permitted of up to four stories when at least one floor of residential is provided, or when at least one floor of office (with parking) is provided. As a result, land use and planning impacts associated with the 499 hotel rooms would remain the same as evaluated in the 2010 Program EIR. The proposed project is consistent with the current City General Plan and City Zoning. Therefore, the Project would not conflict with any land use plan, policy, or regulation adopted for the purpose of avoiding or mitigating and environmental impact. Project impacts would be less than significant in this regard. 32 12. MINERAL RESOURCES. Would the project: Issues and Supporting Information Sources Increased Impact as Same Impact as Reduced Impact as Compared to Impact Compared to Compared to Impact Documented in Impact Documented in Previous EIR Documented in Previous EIR Previous EIR a Result in the loss of availability of a known mineral resource X that would be of value to the region and the residents of the state? b Result in the loss of availability of a locally important mineral X resource recovery Site delineated on a local general plan, specific plan, or other land use plan? Comments: 12.a-b. Mineral Resources Impacts were not evaluated in the certified Program EIR. No Additional analysis is warranted or required based on the limited scope of the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 and the current urbanized area. 33 13. NOISE. Would the project result in the: Issues and Supporting Information Sources Increased Impact as Same Impact as Reduced Impact as Compared to Impact Compared to Compared to Impact Documented in Impact Documented in Previous EIR Documented in Previous EIR Previous EIR a Generation of a substantial temporary or permanent increase X in ambient noise levels in the vicinity of the project in excess of standards established in the local general plan or noise ordinance, or applicable standards of other agencies? b Generation of excessive groundborne vibration or groundborne X noise levels? c For a project located within the vicinity of a private airstrip or X an airport land use plan or, where such a plan has not been adopted, within two miles of a public airport or public use airport, would the project expose people residing or working in the project area to excessive noise levels? Implementation of Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would result in the same total number of hotel rooms (499) in the Downtown Core and Residential/Limited Mixed -Use Districts as allowed by the existing adopted specific plan and evaluated by the 2010 Program EIR. The Downtown Core Zoning district is defined by multi -story urban buildings of up to four stories (when at least one floor of residential is provided, or when at least one floor of office (with parking) is provided). In addition, the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would also allow four story buildings in the Downtown Core District when four floors of hotel are provided. As a result, noise impacts associated with the 499 hotel rooms would remain the same as evaluated in the 2010 Program EIR. Comments: 13.a. Same Impact. Noise is defined as unwanted sound; however, not all unwanted sound rises to the level of a potentially significant noise impact. To differentiate unwanted sound from potentially significant noise impacts, the City has established noise regulations that consider noise -sensitive land uses. The following discussion includes a brief description of the fundamental principles of noise and commonly used noise descriptors, a summary of applicable noise standards, and an evaluation of project -generated construction and operational noise. NOISE PRINCIPLES AND DESCRIPTORS Audible sound is a physical disturbance in a medium, such as air, that is capable of being detected by the human ear. Sound waves in air are caused by variations in pressure above and below the static value of atmospheric pressure. Sound is measured in units of decibels on a logarithmic scale. The "pitch" (high or low) of the sound is a description of frequency, which is measured in hertz. Most common environmental sounds are composed of a composite of frequencies. The time -varying characteristic of environmental noise over specified periods of time is described using statistical noise descriptors in terms of a single numerical value, expressed as A -weighted decibels (dbA). The noise descriptors used in this analysis are summarized below: ► Leq: The Leq, or equivalent sound level, is used to describe the noise level over a specified period of time, typically 1- hour, expressed as Leq. The Leq may also be referred to as the "average" sound level. 34 P. Lmax: The maximum, instantaneous noise level. P. CNEL: Community Noise Equivalent Level is the average noise level over a 24-hour day that includes an addition of 5 dBA to the measured hourly noise levels between the evening hours of 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. and an addition of 10 dBA to the measured hourly noise levels between the nighttime hours of 10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. to account for noise sensitivity during the evening and nighttime hours, respectively. CITY OF TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE The Municipal Code Title 8 Chapter 9.20," Noise," declares that the making, creating, or continuance of excessive noises are detrimental to the public health, comfort, convenience, safety, welfare, and prosperity of the residents of the City. Section 9.20.060 establishes sound level limits. The exterior noise limits for each land use classification are summarized in Table 13-1. One -hour average sound levels are not to exceed the applicable limit. The noise subject to these limits is defined as that part of the total noise at the specified location that is due solely to the action of said person. Per the Municipal Code Section 9.20.060.D, construction noise levels measured at or beyond the property lines of any property zoned residential shall not exceed an average sound level greater than 65 dBA. Further, construction activity may only occur between 7:00 a.m. through 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Construction activities on Saturday are limited between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. No construction activity shall be undertaken on Sunday and national recognized holidays unless exempted by Section 9.20.070 of the Temecula Municipal Code. Table 13-1 City of Temecula Land Use/Noise Standards Property Receiving Noise Maximum Noise Level (CNEL, dBA) Type of Land Use Land Use Designation Interior Exterior' Residential Hillside, Rural, Very Low Density, Low Density, Low -Medium Density 45 65 Medium Density 45 65/702 High Density 45 702 Commercial and Office Neighborhood, Community, Highway Tourist, Service N/A 70 Professional Office 50 70 Light Industrial Industrial Park 55 75 Public/Institutional School 50 65 All Others 50 70 Open Space Vineyards/Agricultural N/A 70 Open Space N/A 70/653 Notes: CNEL = community noise equivalent level, dB = decibel, CNEL = community -noise equivalent level 1 Regarding aircraft -related noise, the maximum acceptable exposure for new residential development is 60 dBA CNEL. Maximum exterior noise levels up to 70 dBA CNEL are allowed for Multiple -Family Housing. a Where quiet is a basis required for the land use. Source: City of Temecula 2005 CONSTRUCTION Construction hours are proposed to be from 7:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. No demolition would occur. Noise from construction activities would be generated by the operation of vehicles and equipment involved 35 during various stages of construction: site preparation, grading, building construction, architectural coating, and paving. The noise levels generated by construction equipment would vary depending on factors such as the type and number of equipment, the specific model (horsepower rating), the construction activities being performed, and the maintenance condition of the equipment. The closest receptors to the project site are approximately 100 feet from the construction site. The City of Temecula has established a construction -noise significance threshold of 65 dB Leq at a site supporting a sensitive receptor. It is foreseeable that construction activities could introduce new levels of noise; however, the extent of construction equipment required to construct the proposed project would be minor due to the size of the project. Moreover, the proposed project would be constructed over a relatively short period (14 months) and would generate low construction - related Average Daily Trips (ADT). Project construction would also be required to adhere to Section 9.20.060.D of the City's municipal code which stipulates that construction activity must be limited to the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Construction noise impacts would remain significant and unavoidable, as documented in the 2010 Program EIR; the current SPA 9 proposal would not increase these impacts. OPERATION The existing noise environment in the project vicinity is dominated by traffic noise from nearby roadways, as well as nearby commercial activities. Long-term operations of the proposed project would have a minimal effect on the noise environment within the proximity of the project area. Noise generated by the proposed project would result primarily from the increased traffic on local roads. As a result, project -related traffic noise impacts would remain less than significant. 13.b. Same Impact. The proposed project would not result in any major operational sources of vibration (e.g., rail lines, transit stations), and therefore, this discussion focusses on short-term construction -generated vibration. Prior to the analysis, a brief discussion of vibration principles is included. 111019111104 effiN, 10111001AN 112• 01124 Vibration can be interpreted as energy transmitted in waves through the ground or man-made structures, which generally dissipate with distance from the vibration source. Because energy is lost during the transfer of energy from one particle to another, vibration becomes less perceptible with increasing distance from the source. Vibration sources include the use of heavy-duty equipment during construction. Operational sources include major transit (e.g., rail, transit stations) development. Maintenance operations and traffic traveling on roadways can also be a source of such vibration. If its amplitudes are high enough, ground vibration has the potential to damage structures, cause cosmetic damage or disrupt the operation of vibration -sensitive equipment such as electron microscopes and advanced technology production and research equipment. Ground vibration and ground -borne noise can also be a source of annoyance to individuals who live or work close to vibration -generating activities. Future projects consistent with SPA 9 will require additional CEQA documentation and analysis at the time applications are submitted. Vibration associated with hotel construction allowed by the Specific Plan is expected to be minor, as pile driving is not typically required Thus, impacts associated with construction -related ground vibration and vibration noise would remain less than significant. 13.c. Same Impact. According to Figure LU-2, of the City of Temecula General Plan, the Project Site is not located within an airport land use plan or within two miles of a public airport. The French Valley Airport located at 37600 Sky Canyon Drive, Murrieta, is approximately 4.6 miles northeast of the Project Site. No further analysis of this topic in the Initial Study is required. Thus, impacts associated with airport related noise would remain less than significant. 36 14. POPULATION AND HOUSING. Would the project: Issues and Supporting Information Sources Increased Impact same Impact as Reduced Impact as as Compared to Compared to Impact Compared to Impact Impact Documented in Documented in Documented in Previous EIR Previous EIR Previous EIR a Induce substantial unplanned population growth in an area, either X directly (for example, by proposing new homes and businesses) or indirectly (for example, through extension of roads or other infrastructure)? b Displace substantial numbers of existing people or housing, X necessitating the construction of replacement housing elsewhere? Comments: Population and Housing Impacts were not evaluated in the certified Program EIR. No Additional analysis is warranted or required based on the limited scope of the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9. 37 15. PUBLIC SERVICES. Would the project: Issues and Supporting Information Sources Increased Impact Same Impact as Reduced Impact as as Compared to Compared to Compared to Impact Impact Impact Documented in Documented in Documented in Previous EIR Previous EIR Previous EIR Result in substantial adverse physical impacts associated with the provision of new or physically altered governmental facilities, need for new or physically altered government facilities, the construction of which could cause significant environmental impacts, in order to maintain acceptable service ratios, response times, or other performance objectives for any of the following public services: a Fire protection? X b Police protection? X c Schools? X d Parks? X e Other public facilities? X Comments: Implementation of Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would result in the same total number of hotel rooms (499) in the Downtown Core and Residential/Limited Mixed -Use Districts as allowed by the existing adopted specific plan and evaluated by the 2010 Program EIR. The Downtown Core Zoning district is defined by multi -story urban buildings of up to four stories (when at least one floor of residential is provided, or when at least one floor of office (with parking) is provided). In addition, the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would also allow four story buildings in the Downtown Core District when four floors of hotel are provided. As a result, public service impacts associated with the 499 hotel rooms would remain the same as evaluated in the 2010 Program EIR. 15.a. Same Impact. Fire protection and emergency medical services are provided to the City and the Project Site by the Temecula Fire Department (FD), who contracts with the Riverside County Fire Department (RCFD). The Project is not expected to induce substantial population growth nor would it result in substantial adverse effects on Temecula FD services and facilities which would require new or physically altered facilities to maintain service. Additionally, the future projects would be required to pay the Fire Development Impact Fee at the time of building permit. The Project would have a less than significant impact. 15.b. Same Impact. Police services for the City and the Project Site are provided by the City of Temecula Police Department (PD), who contracts with the Riverside County Sheriff Department (RCSD). The Project is not expected to induce substantial population growth and result in substantial adverse effects on Temecula PD services and facilities which could result in the need for new or physically altered facilities to maintain service. No further analysis of this topic is required. The Project would have a less than significant impact. 15.c. Same Impact. The Project Site falls under the jurisdiction of the Temecula Valley Unified School District (TVUSD). Project development would not generate school -aged children and thus would not result in the need for new or physically altered facilities to maintain service. The Project would have a less than significant impact on schools. 38 15.d. Same Impact. Project implementation would ultimately introduce hotel occupants and temporary construction workers into the Downtown Core District. This population increase is considered temporary and could possibly increase short term demand on park services and facilities which is not expected to result in the need for new or physically altered facilities to maintain service. Therefore, the Project would have a less than significant impact on parks. 15.e. Same Impact. The Project Site is currently served by the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library, 3.5 miles away at 30600 Pauba Road. The Project is not expected to induce substantial population growth and result in substantial adverse effects on library services so that there was a need for new or physically altered facilities to maintain service. Therefore, the Project would have a less than significant impact on library resources. 39 16. RECREATION. Would the project: Issues and Supporting Information Sources Increased Impact Same Impact as Reduced Impact as as Compared to Compared to Compared to Impact Impact Impact Documented in Documented in Documented in Previous EIR Previous EIR Previous EIR a Would the project increase the use of existing neighborhood and X regional parks or other recreational facilities such that substantial physical deterioration of the facility would occur or be accelerated? b Does the project include recreational facilities or require the X construction or expansion of recreational facilities which might have an adverse physical effect on the environment? Comments: 16a-b. Recreation Impacts were not evaluated in the certified Program EIR. No Additional analysis is warranted or required based on the limited scope of the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9. 40 17. TRANSPORTATION/TRAFFIC. Would the project: Issues and Supporting Information Sources Increased Impact as Same Impact as Reduced Impact as Compared to Impact Compared to Compared to Impact Documented in Impact Documented in Previous EIR Documented in Previous EIR Previous EIR a Conflict with a program plan, ordinance or policy addressing the X circulation system, including transit, roadway, bicycle and pedestrian facilities? b Would the project conflict or be inconsistent with CEQA Guidelines X section 15064.3, subdivision (b)? c Substantially increase hazards due to a geometric design feature X (e.g., sharp curves or dangerous intersections) or incompatible uses (e.g., farm equipment)? d Result in inadequate emergency access? X Comments: A Traffic Impact Assessment (TIA) memorandum has been prepared for the SPA by Fehr & Peers, and is included in Appendix A of this EIR Addendum. Implementation of Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would result in the same total number of hotel rooms (499) in the Downtown Core and Residential/Limited Mixed -Use Districts as allowed by the existing adopted specific plan and evaluated by the 2010 Program EIR. The Downtown Core Zoning district is defined by multi- story urban buildings of up to four stories (when at least one floor of residential is provided, or when at least one floor of office (with parking) is provided). In addition, the proposed Specific Plan Amendment No. 9 would also allow four story buildings in the Downtown Core District when four floors of hotel are provided. As a result, transportation/traffic impacts associated with the 499 hotel rooms would remain the same as evaluated in the 2010 Program EIR. 17.a. Same Impact. Project -related construction activities have the potential to result in short-term, temporary impacts to surrounding roadways as a result of construction vehicles and worker vehicle trips, which may cause temporary traffic slowdown or partial road closures. There are no conflicts with a program, pan ordinance or other policy document. Therefore, since these impacts are temporary and short-term, the Project's impacts would be less than significant. 17.b. Same Impact. CEQA Guidelines Section 15064.3 describes specific considerations for evaluating a project's transportation impacts. Generally, vehicle miles traveled (or "VMT") is identified as the most appropriate measure of transportation impacts. For the purposes of this CEQA section, "vehicle miles traveled" refers to the amount and distance of automobile travel attributable to a project. Lead agencies are required to approve a VMT significance threshold by July 1, 2020. Because the City of Temecula does not have an approved VMT significance threshold at this time, a VMT evaluation will not be conducted for the Project and it has been determined by the City that a level of service (LOS) evaluation is not required due to the limited changes proposed as part of Specific Plan Amendment No. 9, which does not change the overall number of hotel rooms that were previously analyzed in the certified Program EIR. The proposed allowance of hotel use in lieu of either residential or hotel use on the fourth floor, assuming an averaged rate in the Downtown Core could potentially add approximately 10.81 more trips per day per 1,000 square feet of area, including 0.27 more AM peak hour trips and 0.52 more PM peak hour trips per KSF. The trip rates are considered conservative. The conversion of the hotel trip rate to square feet/room does not factor in the hotel common space areas, such as the lobby and conference rooms, as is typically factored into published trip generation rates. Factoring in the common space areas would reduce the converted trip rate for hotel use. 41 Although Level of Service (LOS) analysis is no longer required by CEQA effective July 1, 2020, it was the applicable traffic impact analysis methodology in place when the 2010 Program EIR was certified. The Old Town Specific Plan states than "an intersection specific level of service (LOS) E and F will be deemed acceptable along Old Town Front Street from Second Street to Moreno Road (north loop)", which is within the Downtown Core. Therefore, the proposed change in land use is not forecast to result in a significant traffic impact. The comparison showed that replacing residential or office use (based on an average rate) with hotel use may result in an additional 10.81 trips per day per 1,000 square feet of area. This minor increase in trip generation would not substantially increase traffic or exceed significance thresholds in the OTSP. The Program EIR did not quantify the potential development of the OTSP policy that states "All four-story buildings in the Downtown Core district must contain at least one floor restricted to residential use or one floor of office with on - site parking". Additionally, the number of hotel rooms within the Downtown Core is restricted to 499 rooms. Future development that proposes hotel use that exceeds what is covered under the 2010 OTSP Program EIR will require further CEQA environmental analysis regardless of how many stories are proposed. Since the height of the hotel projects does not change the cap of 499 rooms, the hotel use -related traffic that will be allowed by the Specific Plan Amendment was adequately covered under the 2010 OTSP Program EIR, and would remain less than significant. 17.c. Same Impact. Roadways surrounding the Project Site are part of an established road network that serves the City of Temecula and do not contain sharp curves or dangerous intersections. Construction of the Project would alter pedestrian and vehicular access to the Project Site (i.e. new sidewalks, curbs, etc.). The proposed internal circulation and vehicular access adhere to the City's design standards in relation to protection or pedestrian and bicycle traffic and does not substantially increase hazards due to a geometric design feature or incompatible use. Therefore, a less than significant impact would occur. No further analysis of this topic is required. 17.d. Same Impact. Roadways surrounding the Project Site are part of an established road network that serves the City of Temecula. The Project includes adequate emergency access and would implement traffic control measures such as construction flagmen, signage, etc. as needed. Furthermore, final design plans would be reviewed by the City Public Works Department and Temecula FD to ensure adequate emergency access is maintained. The Project is not part of a City - designated emergency evacuation route nor would it prevent implementation of the City's emergency response plan. Therefore, construction of the Project is not expected to result in inadequate emergency access and would have a less than significant impact. 42 18. TRIBAL CULTURAL RESOURCES. Would the project: Issues and Supporting Information Sources Increased Impact Same Impact as Reduced Impact as as Compared to Compared to Compared to Impact Impact Impact Documented in Documented in Documented in Previous EIR Previous EIR Previous EIR a Cause a substantial adverse change in the significance of a tribal X cultural resource, defined in Public Resources Code section 21074 as either a Site, feature, place, cultural landscape that is geographically defined in terms of the size and scope of the landscape, sacred place, or object with cultural value to a California Native American tribe, and that is: i) Listed or eligible for listing in the California Register of X Historical Resources, or in a local register of historical resources as defined in Public Resources Code section 5020.1(k), or ii) A resource determined by the lead agency, in its discretion and X supported by substantial evidence, to be significant pursuant to criteria set forth in subdivision (c) of Public Resources Code Section 5024.1. In applying the criteria set forth in subdivision (c) of Public Resources Code Section 5024.1, the lead agency shall consider the significance of the resource to a California Native American tribe. Comments: Tribal Cultural Resources Impacts were not evaluated in the certified 2010 Program EIR, as it was certified prior to the existence of AB 52, which requires the evaluation of Tribal Cultural Resources in CEQA documents. The City of Temecula consulted with the Pechanga Tribe on April 21, 2020 to evaluate the potential impacts of the proposed Specific Plan Amendment on archaeological and Tribal Cultural Resources. Through consultation, the Pechanga Tribe identified the Old Town Specific Plan as being located within the boundaries of recorded Traditional Cultural Property, 'exvo Temeeku. In addition, there are placenames within the near vicinity of the Specific Plan, along with a number of recorded cultural resources. The Tribe identified the potential for finding subsurface prehistoric cultural resources during ground disturbing activities within the proposed Specific Plan boundaries. Changes in the California Environmental Quality Act, effective July 2015, require that the City address a new category of cultural resources — tribal cultural resources — not previously included within the law's purview. Tribal Cultural Resources are those resources with inherent tribal values that are difficult to identify through the same means as archaeological resources. These resources can only be identified and understood through direct consultation with the tribes who attach tribal value to the resource. Through consultation pursuant to AB 52, the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians ("Tribe") identified the Old Town Specific Plan ("Project") as being located within the boundaries of a recorded Traditional Cultural Property,'exva Temeeku. All Luiseno People were created at'exva Temeeku, and this expansive Traditional Cultural Property (TCP) also includes locations where pivotal historic events occurred related to the Tribe's continued existence, including the creation of the Pechanga Indian Reservation. 43 The origin of the Luiseno people is the single most important account in the Tribe's culture and oral tradition. The Tribe's present-day practices, beliefs, cultural identity, and social structure are directly related to the Tribe's Creation, which occurred within the Project area. Luiseno history begins with the Creation of all things at'exva Temeeku and the surrounding places. The name 'exva (EXH-vah) can be translated as a "place of sand" and Temeeku (Teh-MEH-koo) means "sun place." The place known today as Temecula derives its etymology from this physical place, where the Murrieta and Temecula Creeks converge to form the Santa Margarita River, which flows onto the Pacific Ocean. Because the name'exva Temeeku is so well known it is often mischaracterized as the place of Creation for Pechanga, but in fact, 'exva Temeeku is only one portion that is the central to a geographical area that is the place of Tribe's origin. 'Exva Temeeku has always been an integral part of Luiseno culture and identity. Mourning ceremonies and songs are directly related to the creation of the First People and the events surrounding Wuyoot's death. Several scholars have recorded and analyzed Luiseno songs and ceremonies including Constance Dubois (1908), William Strong (1929), Helen H. Roberts (1933), John P. Harrington (1932-1941), and Ralph Heidsiek (1966). Their consultants always stressed the importance of the Origin account to the structure of Luiseno society and culture. Heidsiek recognized the creation account as "the source of subject matter for all significant Luiseno songs and the basis for guiding traditional social behavior" (1966, 53). Roberts, who interviewed Pechanga tribal elders, understood the death and mourning ceremonies to be related to the events surrounding Wuyoot's death and that the songs and traditions are not only shared amongst the Luiseno, but also neighboring groups (Roberts 1933, 7). Strong found "all songs connected with the mourning ceremonies seem to refer to the creation story, especially that portion concerning the dying god Wiyot" (1929, 322). Harrington's consultants also describe the importance of'exvaTemeeku. Josefa Verdugo accompanied Harrington on a place name trip in 1933 and said "all the stories mention 'exva Temeeku as the first place for starting everything" (Harrington 1986, 3:119:264). One of Harrington's main Luiseno consultants and traditional singer, Jose Albanes, stated "'exva timeeku [is] the main place where the people were born" and the place where they "burned" Wuyoot (Harrington 1986, 3:125:165). Albanes and Juan Sotelo Calac, another prominent Luiseno ceremonial leader, said there are many songs that mention 'exva Temeeku (Harrington 1986, 3:119:166) Bernardo Cuevas, the son of Salvador Cuevas who was one of Constance DuBois' consultants, told Harrington the "old people in ceremonials talk of that after Wuyoot died, the people were living at Temecula and from Temecula they scattered" (Harrington 1986, 3:115:260). In addition to being located within the TCP, there are placenames in the near vicinity of the Project, along with a number of recorded cultural resources. The information on the tribal cultural resources within the Project area supports that the Old Town area of Temecula maintains cultural sensitivity. While the TCP was not included or assessed in the 2010 Environmental Impact Report for the Project, the impacts to the tribal cultural resource are consistent with those identified in the prior CEQA review. The Project area is located in in -fill, which means the surrounding area was largely developed prior to the 2010 EIR. The impacts to both cultural resources and tribal cultural resources have, for the most part, already occurred and additional impacts from the current Project can be reduced to a level below significance with the incorporation of slightly modified mitigation measures from the 2010 EIR. Given the sensitivity that continues to exist in the Old Town area of Temecula, the Tribe identified the potential for finding subsurface prehistoric cultural resources and tribal cultural resources during ground -disturbing activities associated with the proposed Specific Plan boundaries. The inclusion of the Mitigation Measures listed below, which have only been modified slightly from the prior measures to provide additional process and clarity, will reduce the impacts to cultural resources and tribal cultural resources to less than significant. The Pechanga Tribe provided additional input and refinement to the mitigation measures contained in the 2010 PEIR, due to the amount of time that has transpired since certification of that PEIR. These refinements are included in Section 5 (Cultural Resources) of this Initial Study/EIR Addendum and are included herein again in this section for ease of reference. The refinements to the to the 2010 PEIR mitigation measures do not imply that any additional cultural/Tribal Cultural 44 Resource impacts are expected to occur beyond those identified in the 2010 PEIR, and do not represent significant new information. Mitigation Measure 3.4-1a: Consistent with the City of Temecula's General Plan Goal 6 and Implementation Procedure OS-26 and OS39, the City of Temecula shall require that all areas slated for development or other ground disturbing activities shall be subject to a Phase I survey (including a 1-mile radius records search and intensive archaeological survey) for archaeological resources on a project -specific basis prior to the City's approval of project plans. The survey shall be carried out by a qualified archaeologist in consultation with the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Mission Indians (Pechanga Tribe). The Pechanga Tribe shall be allowed to accompany the project archaeologist on the Phase I walkover survey, and shall be giv