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Thumbs up for Master’s College master plan

Posted: February 11, 2009 12:55 a.m.
Updated: February 11, 2009 4:55 a.m.
 

With no discussion and a brief agenda, the Santa Clarita City Council gave the final thumbs-up to The Master's College's master plan and adjourned its meeting within an hour of calling it to order.

The second reading was a formality of approval for the 10-year master plan the council unanimously approved Jan. 13.

The plan is comprised of four components: The approval of the 10-year plan itself; development and buildout of Dockweiler and Deputy Jake drives; development of 42 single-family units and dedication to the city of 20 acres of open space including Creekview Park, which the city has leased from the college for the past decade.

The plans also include a 55,000-square-foot chapel, two classroom buildings that total 60,000 square feet each, a new 120-bed dormitory and upgrades to existing buildings on the campus.

Dockweiler will likely be extended to Lyons Avenue, where it presently dead-ends at the intersection of Railroad Avenue. An environmental study is underway, said Robert Newman, director of public works.

In other business, the council authorized the city's membership in the Los Angeles Regional Interoperable Communications System. The system was created in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks and aims to improve communication between county public safety agencies.

The Joint Powers Agreement has been set up so member cities will not make any financial commitments until the newly-formed board of directors sets up a funding plan, according to an agenda report on the item.

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