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Vacaville City Council upholds Planning Commission’s decision over revised townhouse project

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Efforts to appeal the Vacaville Planning Commission’s decision to approve an environmental impact report and planned development for a 167-unit townhouse project on Harbison Drive were unsuccessful. The City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to uphold the commission’s decision.

The project in question was the Harbison Townhomes project, consisting of 167 units on a vacant 8.86-acre parcel next to the Vacaville Transportation Center at the corner of Ulatis and Harbison drives, which was originally approved by the commission in March and billed as a snide-restricted market-rate complex.

However, the development of the nearby Casa Dei Vista Apartments as well as a review of market conditions prompted the applicant — Rich Alexander of Guardian Commercial Real Estate — to resubmit the project without the senior requirement.

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Coronavirus: Vacaville City Council to consider outdoor operations for certain businesses

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Certain businesses prohibited from operating due to California’s stay-at-home order might be able to run their business outdoors of the Vacaville City Council approves a resolution at its Tuesday meeting.

As coronavirus cases continued to rise by March, Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order suspending a variety of businesses from operating to stop the spread of the virus, including indoor malls, barbershops, gyms, movie theaters, bars, museums and more. In May, restrictions were relaxed in Solano County, allowing more businesses to open up.

However, with a new surge in cases starting in June, Newsom issued a new order July 1 directing bars and indoor operations of restaurants and museums to close as Solano was put on a state “watch list.” Twelve days later, he ordered additional closures of indoor operations for gyms, hair salons, barbershops, personal care services, malls and places of worship.

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