Density bonuses are available to affordable housing developers in accordance with this division for the following:
   (A)   Housing developments which include a minimum affordable housing component (section 16-410H and section 16-410T(A));
   (B)   Housing developments which include a minimum affordable housing component and a child care facility (section 16-410I);
   (C)   Senior citizen housing developments (section 16-410J); and
   (D)   Land donations for very low income housing (section 16-410K).
   (E)   Ten percent of the total units of a housing development are for transitional foster youth (as defined in Cal. Education Code, Section 66025.9), disabled veterans (as defined in Cal. Gov’t Code, Section 18541), or homeless persons (as defined in the federal McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act; 42 U.S.C. Sec. 11301 et seq.). The units described in this division (E) shall be subject to a recorded affordability restriction of 55 years and shall be provided at the same affordability level as very low income units. (Cal. Gov’t Code, Section 65915(b)(1)(E))
   (F)   For the purpose of calculating a density bonus, the residential units must be on contiguous sites that are the subject of one development application, but do not have to be based upon individual subdivision maps or parcels.
   Notwithstanding any language in this Division 7A to the contrary and consistent with the Second Appellate District case of Kalnel Gardens v. City of Los Angeles (2016) 3 Cal. App. 5th 927,within the coastal zone. Density bonuses shall not be available to affordable housing developers if the city finds that the proposed project cannot feasibly be accommodated on the site in a manner that is in conformity with the California Coastal Act.
(Ord. No. 2912)