The Belmont Planning Commission is expected to vote Tuesday on whether to recommend to City Council for a new middle school to be constructed in a business office park on Davis Drive.
The plan calls for the construction of an approximately 60,000 square-foot independent private middle school for up to 240 students at 6-8 and 10 Davis Dr. The office building and warehouse that currently occupy the site have been vacant for several years.
Following its the public hearing and any further action at the request of the applicant, CSUS, the commission will once again consider the environmental review and the project entitlements.
- Details of the development agreement and other entitlements can be found in the city staff report, which is item 5B on the meeting agenda. Click here for agenda and staff report.
The of the development agreement call for a guaranteed revenue stream to the City of Belmont in the amount of $175,000 annually (up from $75,000), with $40,000 of that amount earmarked for use by the city to fund programs for Belmont youth.
In addition, the school would make a one-time payment of $100,000 for the city's general fund to be used at the discretion of the city.
The meeting of the Belmont Planning Commission will be held Tues., July 17 at 7 p.m. in the City Council Chambers of Belmont City Hall, One Twin Pines Way.
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