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Quartaroli & Associates, Inc.

Land Surveyors - Land Planners 310 Sun West Place, Suite "A" Manteca, CA 95337


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Field Notes - February 2011 A Quartaroli & Associates Newsle er

Quartaroli & Associates, Inc.

Land Surveyors - Land Planners

Michael L. Quartaroli has been actively involved in land surveying in Central California since 1975, and in 1987 organized the rm of Quartaroli & Associates, Inc. serving the private and public sector. Land surveying services include:

Boundary Surveys ALTA / ACSM Land Title Surveys Flood Elevation Certi cates Topographic Surveys Conservation Easement Surveys

Monitoring Well Surveys Legal Descriptions Land Title Analysis Construction Surveys Expert Witness Testimony

Quartaroli & Associates also provides a wide range of land planning and land entitlement services. Our land entitlement services are o ered throughout the San Joaquin Valley and Mother Lode Counties. Typical land entitlement services include:

Certi cate of Compliance Lot Line Adjustments Tentative Maps Minor Subdivisions Major Subdivisions

Williamson Act Compliance Site Plans / Site Approval Rezones / General Plan Amendments Use Permits State & Federal Permit Processing

Licensed Land Surveyor No. 4450

Contact Mike Quartaroli or John Glick for a FREE CONSULTATION - Phone (209) 239-4908 Email: [email protected] or [email protected]

Field Notes

Issue 1 ­ Volume 1

February 2011 Newsletter

A Quartaroli & Associates Newsle er



San Joaquin County is updating its general plan, zoning and development standards. e general plan guides the County in making land use decisions. Typically, a general plan is designed to address land use issues for the next 20 years. If you are a land owner or have a client who owns land, especially agricultural land, you must be aware of how the County foresees the use of your land. Certain areas of San Joaquin County may be rezoned through the updating process. Some areas zoned for 10 acre parcels may disappear. Land zoned for 40 acre parcels may go to 80 or 160 acres. Preserving agricultural land is a key element of the general plan update. Does preserving agricultural land mean that a landowner cannot divide his ranch among his family or for nancing purposes? More and more banks want smaller parcels to secure loans or lines of credit. A landowner may want to consider taking advantage of the current zoning and land use standards before new zoning and development standards are adopted. Development standards never become easier. e standards become more restrictive with each successive update. Landowners must NOT think they will not be a ected by the general plan update. e zoning of your property and the development standards will control what you can do with your property. YOU WILL BE AFFECTED BY THE GENE L PLAN UPDATE. Public hearings are scheduled to begin this spring and the plan is to be adopted this fall. ere is still time to submit requests. Contact Mike Quartaroli or John Glick for a free review of your current and proposed general plan land use designation and zoning. (209) 239-4908 Email: [email protected] or [email protected]

Field Companies Outsourcing Topics Notes Future Title

Williamson Act Contract Update City & County Sta Cutback Consequences



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