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No Coastal Zone Permit shall be required for the following projects:
(a) Enlargement, alteration or reconstruction of any existing single-family residence;
(b) Enlargement or alteration of any structure other than a single-family residence or a public structure or facility, provided that these improvements do not have an adverse environmental effect, adversely affect public access, or involve a change in use contrary to any policy of the Local Coastal Program;
(c) Repair or maintenance activities that do not result in an addition to, or enlargement or expansion of a structure or use, provided that it does not fall within the requirement in Section 330.4(e), (h), and (i);
(d) The replacement of any structure, other than a public structure or facility, destroyed by natural disaster. Such replacement structure shall (1) Conform to applicable Building Code, other standards of this Code and zoning requirements, and other applicable Municipal Code, (2) shall be for the same use as the destroyed structure, (3) shall not exceed either the floor area, height, or bulk of the destroyed structure by more than 10 percent, and (4) shall be sited in the same location on the affected property as the destroyed structure;
(e) The conversion of any existing multiple-unit residential structure to a time-share project, resort club, vacation club, estate, or other short-term use;
(f) The installation, testing and placement in service, or the replacement of any necessary utility connection between an existing service facility and any development approved pursuant to this code.
(g) Recreation and park tree trimming, reforestation and support services, landscaping improvements, vegetation removal and seasonal planting, replacement planting, maintenance, and other park landscaping and planting improvements, provided that this activity does not involve a change contrary to any policy of the Coastal Program;
(h) Recreation and Park Department road maintenance, repairs, facilities and street lighting, and road and circulation improvements as proposed in the Golden Gate Park Transportation Management Plan;
(i) Recreation and Park Department play structures, maintenance, and any other Park and Recreation activity that requires no building permit or is subject to Section 330.4 (a) through (h) of this code;
(j) Maintenance dredging of existing navigation channels or moving dredged materials from such channels to a disposal area outside the coastal zone, pursuant to a permit from the United States Army Corps of Engineers;
(k) Maintenance improvements, and any other projects within the United States Federal lands in designated Golden Gate National Recreation Areas.
(Ord. 509-85, App. 11/22/85)