Last Updated on Thursday, 19 January 2017 17:55
Published on Thursday, 19 January 2017 09:57
Bill Warner, Ojai Valley News reporter
An assisted living facility, proposed for Meiners Oaks, has received its conditional use permit (C.U.P.) from the Ventura County Planning Commission. Case Planner Matthew Sauter said the Commissioners voted unanimously to approve the permit.
But it's still not a green light for the builders, W&J Investments LLC, to proceed with construction on the 64-bed facility at 203 E. El Roblar Drive. The CUP is still in a 10-day appeal period running through Jan. 23, according to Sauter. “Once that's up, the permit will become effective,” he said. “Then they'll have to get a zoning clearance for construction.”
That clearance, he said, depends on the builders meeting several other conditions, including plans related to wiring and safety. Once the zoning clearance for construction has been approved, though, W&J Investments will have to obtain a series of additional permits from other county agencies. “After that, they have to get a zoning clearance for use inauguration,” Sauter said. The company then would be in position to break ground, he said.
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