The San Benito County Planning Commission is set to meet Monday night to review the Bluffs at Ridgemark subdivision comprised of 90 homes on 50 acres.
The site is bordered on the west by Southside Road and would be accessible through Ridgemark Drive, according to the planning commission agenda. An alternative full-access road would connect “down-slope” to Southside Road as well.
The owners are Roy and Rita Lompa. The named applicant, Bates/Stringer LLC, is requesting a vesting tentative map to subdivide on the 50 acres into 90 lots with three parks and a six-foot wide paved bicycle/pedestrian path.
Single-family lots would range from 8,550 square feet to 29,000 square feet, with home sizes expected from 2,400 square feet to 3,500 square feet.
A draft environmental impact report has been prepared for “The Bluffs at Ridgemark” project, which has been circulated for public comment.
The project site is also bordered to the south by agriculture and to the east by Ridgemark Country Club. It is a bluff-top site.
The planning staff is recommending a certification of the environmental impact report and adoption of the subdivision proposal.
For more, see the planning commission agenda here: Agenda_2018_4_2_Meeting238