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.17Y GUNNICIL <br />CITY 'Vi ;�DNPORT $-AU <br />JAN 2 3 1989 <br />cw ( ;.a <br />Agenda Item No. F -9(a) <br />MEMORANDUM <br />OFFICE OF THE CITY ATTORNEY <br />anuary 23, <br />TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council <br />FROM: Robert H. Burnham, City Attorney <br />RE: Newport Dunes Redevelopment <br />Newport Dunes has submitted applications and plans preliminary to <br />the issuance of permits for Phase 1 of their redevelopment. The <br />plans include three (3) small residences to be occupied by <br />security or maintenance personnel. Security personnel are <br />proposed to reside near the dry boat storage area and at the <br />entrance to the RV park. A residence for a maintenance employee <br />is proposed for the west end of the RV park. <br />These three (3) small residential units were not incorporated into <br />the Settlement Agreement even though they are clearly shown on <br />site plans previously submitted to this office. Jim Hewicker and <br />I believe the housing of full -time security and maintenance <br />personnel on site is ancillary to the development permitted and <br />beneficial to all concerned. However, I probably should have <br />included the proposed residences as permitted development in the <br />amended Settlement Agreement. <br />Recommendation: <br />It is recommended that the City Council determine <br />(3) proposed residential units within the <br />development, to house security and maintenance <br />ancillary to the principal uses on the site, and <br />provisions of the amended Settles <br />RHB /jc <br />that the three <br />Newport Dunes <br />personnel, are <br />consistent with <br />City Attorney <br />