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.010 Governing Provisions. The provisions contained herein shall govern the zoning and development of the Specific Plan Area and the East Center Street Development. Where the provisions contained herein do not discuss a specific condition or situation which arises, the non-conflicting provisions of the Anaheim Municipal Code shall apply to the East Center Street Development. In the event of a conflict between the provisions of this chapter and the other provisions of the Anaheim Municipal Code, the provisions set forth in this chapter shall govern. Any future amendments to the Zoning Code, which are not addressed by the Specific Plan, shall also apply to the Specific Plan Area as applicable.
.020 Boundaries of Parcels. The boundaries of the parcels, and the gross developable square footage to be developed therein, as described in the Specific Plan, are approximate. Precise parcel boundaries, and the gross developable square footage to be developed therein, shall be established, as hereinafter provided, by the submittal, review and final approval of subdivision maps and site plans (as defined below in paragraph 18.110.020.050(h)). Minor variations from the parcel boundaries, and gross developable square footage to be developed therein, as described in the Specific Plan, shall be permitted as part of the site plan approval process, and shall not require the Specific Plan to be amended.
.030 Grading. All grading shall comply with applicable regulations contained in Title 17 of the Anaheim Municipal Code.
.040 Construction. All construction shall comply with all provisions of the Uniform Building Code and other codes adopted pursuant to Title 15 of the Anaheim Municipal Code. Construction on any parcel may commence only after site plan approval has been obtained from the City of Anaheim.
.050 Definitions. The following terms used in this chapter shall have the meanings ascribed to them below:
(a) "Agency" shall mean the Anaheim Redevelopment Agency.
(b) "Center Street Parking Structure" shall mean the parking structure located at 235 East Center Street, Anaheim, California, which is owned by the Agency.
(c) "Paired Homes" shall mean those single-family homes which are constructed in a duplex configuration.
(d) "Parcel" and "Parcels" shall mean all or any one of the following “Parcels” of land, included in the Specific Plan Area, as further described in the Specific Plan: Parcel 22, Parcel 4d, Parcel 14N and Parcel 14S.
(e) "Parking Areas" shall mean all parking spaces, aisles and interior accessways, excluding service accessways and loading areas.
(f) "SFD" shall mean single-family detached houses.
(g) "Setback" shall mean the distance from the exterior of the structural building wall closest to a given right-of-way (exclusive of canopies) to the nearest edge of that right-of-way. Setbacks may include landscaping, walkways, decorative walls up to three (3) feet in height, retaining walls up to ten (10) feet in height, signage, parking areas and plazas.
(h) "Site Plan" shall mean a “Site Plan” for that phase, or portion thereof, under consideration.
(i) "Specific Plan" shall mean that “Specific Plan” for the Downtown Anaheim – East Center Street area, approved by the City Council on July 24, 1990, by Resolution 90R-288.
(j) "Specific Plan Area" shall mean that certain property described in the Specific Plan.
(k) "Subdivision Code" shall mean Title 17 of the Anaheim Municipal Code.
(l) "Zoning Code" shall mean Title 18 of the Anaheim Municipal Code.
Terms used in this chapter shall have the meaning set forth in the Anaheim Municipal Code, unless otherwise defined in this chapter.
.060 Consistency with General Plan. In adopting Resolution 90R-288, approving and adopting the Specific Plan, the City Council of the City of Anaheim has made certain findings of consistency between the General Plan of the City of Anaheim and the Specific Plan. In granting future approvals, as contemplated by this chapter and by the Specific Plan, the particular person or body so acting shall not do so in such a manner so as to abrogate or nullify those findings. (Ord. 5161 § 1 (part); August 21, 1990: Ord. 5920 § 1 (part); June 8, 2004.)