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  • ORDINANCE NO. _

    An ordinance amending Section .12.04 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code by amending the zoning map.

    THE PEOPLE OF THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES DO ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS:

    Section 1. Section 12.04 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code is hereby amended by changing the zones and zone boundaries shown upon a portion of the zone map attached thereto and made a part of Article 2, Chapter 1 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code ..so that such portion of the zoning map shall be as follows:

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    DATA SOURCEs: DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING.DEPARTMENT OF BUILDING& SAFETY-BUREAU OF ENGINEERING

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    (Q) QUALIFIED CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL

    Pursuant to Section 12.32.G of the Municipal Code, the following limitations are hereby imposed upon the use of the subject property, subject to the "Q" Qualified classification.

    A. Entitlement Conditions

    1. Use. The use of the subject property shall be limited to those uses permitted in the C4 Zone as defined in Section 12.16.A of the L.A.M.C.

    2. Site Plan. Prior to the issuance of any permits for the subject project, detailed development plans, including a complete landscape and irrigation plan shall be submitted for review and approval by the Department of City Planning for verification of compliance with the imposed conditions. The plan shall be in substantial conformance with the plot plan labeled as Exhibit "E-2" stamped and dated February 26, 2009, attached to the subject case file. Minor deviations may be allowed in order to comply with provisions of the Municipal Code, the subject conditions, and the intent of the subject permit authorization.

    3. Height. No building or structure located on the subject property shall exceed a height of 186 feet and in substantial conformance with the elevation plan labeled as Exhibit "E-2" stamped and dated February 26, 2009, pursuant to Section 12.21.1 of the Municipal Code.

    4. Guest Rooms. Not more than 225 hotel rooms may be constructed on the subject site.

    5. Parking. All project related parking shall be provided in compliance with Section 12.21.A.4 of the Municipal Code and the following:

    a. Provide a minimum one parking space for each of the first 30 rooms, one space for every two of the second 30 rooms, and one space for every three rooms thereafter.

    b. In addition, prior to issuance of a building permit, a parking plan showing off- street parking spaces, as required by the City Planning Commission, shall be submitted for review and approval by the Department of City Planning (200 No. Spring Street, Room 750)

    B. Other Conditions

    6. Construction Related Parking. Off-street parking shall be provided for all construction- related employees generated by the proposed project. No employees or subcontractor shall be allowed to park on surrounding residential streets for the duration of all construction activities. There shall be no staging or parking of heavy construction vehicles on the surrounding street for the duration of all construction activities. There shall be no staging or parking of construction vehicles, including vehicles that transport workers on any residential street in the immediate area. All construction vehicles shall be stored on site unless returned to the base of operations.

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    7. Truck Traffic Restricted Hours. Truck traffic directed to the project site for the purpose of delivering materials or construction-machinery shall be limited to the hours beginning at 9:00 AM and ending at 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday. No truck deliveries shall occur outside of that time period. No truck queuing related to such deliveries to the project site shall occur on any local or collector street within the project vicinity outside of that time period.

    8. Construction Traffic. Prior to the start of construction, a construction work site traffic control plan shall be submitted to the Department of Transportation for review and approval. The plan shall show the location of any roadway or sidewalk closures, traffic detours, haul routes, hours of operation, protective devices, warning signs and access to abutting properties, if applicable.

    9. Loading. Loading and unloading activities shall not interfere with traffic on any public street. Public sidewalks, alleys and/or other public ways shall not be used for the parking or loading or unloading of vehicles. The location of loading areas shall be clearly identified on the site plan to the satisfaction of the Department of City Planning.

    10. Maintenance. The subject property including associated parking facilities, sidewalks, outdoor pool areas, and landscaped planters adjacent to the exterior walls along the property lines shall be maintained in an attractive condition and shall be kept free of trash and debris. Trash receptacles shall be located throughout the site.

    11. Dust Walls. Temporary dust walls (e.g., Visqueen plastic screening or other suitable product) not less than 8 feet in height shall be installed and maintained along the property line between the site and adjoining residential lots as necessary to preclude dust dispersion from the project site to adjacent homes.

    12. Community Relations. A 24-hour "hot-fine" phone number for the receipt of construction-related complaints from the community shall be provided to immediate neighbors and the local neighborhood association, if any. The applicant shall be required to respond within 24-hours of any complain received on this hotline.

    13. Posting of Construction Activities. The adjacent residents shall be given regular notification of major construction activities and their duration. A visible and readable sign (at a distance of 50 feet) shall be posted on the construction site identifying a telephone number for inquiring about the construction process and to register complaints.

    C. Environmental Conditions

    14. Air Quality (Construction and Operation).

    a. The Project developer shall implement measures to reduce the emissions of pollutants generated by heavy-duty diesel-powered equipment operating at the Project Site throughout the project construction phases. The Project developer shall include in construction contracts the control measures required and recommended by the SCAQMD at the time of development.

    Examples of the types of measures currently required and recommended include the following:

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    1) Keep all construction equipment in proper tune in accordance with manufacturer's specifications.

    2) Use late model heavy-duty diesel-powered equipment at the Project Site to the extent that it is readily available in the South Coast Air Basin (meaning that it does not have to be imported from another air basin and that the procurement of the equipment would not cause a delay in construction activities of more than two weeks).

    3) Use low-emission diesel fuel for all heavy-duty diesel-powered equipment operating and refueling at the Project Site to the extent that it is readily available and cost effective in the South Coast Air Basin (meaning that it does not have to be imported from another air basin, that the procurement of the equipment would not cause a delay in construction activities of more than two weeks, that the cost of the equipment use is not more than 20 percent greater than the cost of standard equipment). (This measure does not apply to diesel-powered trucks traveling to and from the site.)

    4) Utilize alternative fuel construction equipment (i.e., compressed natural gas, liquid petroleum gas, and unleaded gasoline) to the extent that the equipment is readily available and cost effective in the South Coast Air Basin (meaning that it does not have to be imported from another air basin, that the procurement of the equipment would not cause a delay in construction activities of more than two weeks, that cost of the equipment use is not more than 20 percent greater than the cost standard equipment).

    5) Limit truck and equipment idling time to five minutes or less.

    6) Rely on the electricity infrastructure surrounding the construction sites rather than electrical generators powered by internal combustion engines to the extent feasible.

    b. The Project Developer shall implement fugitive dust control measures in accordance with SCAOMD Rule 403. The Project Developer shall include in construction contracts the control measures required and recommended by the SCAOMD at the time of development.

    Examples of the types of measures currently required and recommended include the following:

    1) Use watering to control dust generation during demolition of structures or break-up of pavement.

    2) Water active grading/excavation sites and unpaved surfaces at least three times daily.

    3) Cover stockpiles with tarps or apply non-toxic chemical soil binders.

    4) Sweep daily (with water sweepers) all paved parking areas and staging areas.

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    5) Provide daily clean-up of mud and dirt carried onto paved streets from the site.

    6) Install wheel washers for all exiting trucks, or wash off the tires or tracks of all trucks and equipment leaving the site.

    7) Install wind breaks at the windward sides of construct