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Posted on: July 8, 2022

City Council Public Hearing on Summit Station Continued

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Beaumont, CA - At the request of the applicant, the Beaumont City Council Public Hearing on the Summit Station Project has been continued. The date for the City Council public hearing has NOT been rescheduled, at this time. Once it is rescheduled we will notice the meeting.
The Summit Station Specific Plan includes the following: amend the General Plan land use designation from Single Family Residential (SFR) to Industrial (I), General Commercial (GC) and Open Space (OS); a Specific Plan to allow for 2,707,465 square feet of mixed commercial, warehouse/E-commerce, office uses and 30.6 acres of passive open space; to subdivide 188.03 acres into five (5) parcels ranging in size from 11.44 to 67.86 acres; to construct and operate three (3) manufacturing warehouse buildings with Building 1 comprising of 985,860 square feet, Building 2 comprising of 1,213,325 square feet and Building 3 comprising of 358,370 square feet; and the consideration of an Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for 188 acres located on the south side of Cherry Valley Boulevard, the north side of Brookside Avenue, east of the 10 Freeway and west of Fabian Lane in the Specific Plan zone. The applicant for this project is Exeter Cherry Valley Land, LLC.
For more information about this project go to https://beaumontca.gov/1239/Beaumont-Summit-Station

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