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From: Amy Seeraty <br />Sent: Tuesday, August 15, 2017 4:16 PM <br />To: 'nickole.petersen@gmail.com' <nickole.petersen@gmail.com> <br />Cc: Ara Mihranian <AraM@rpvca.gov>; So Kim <SoK@rpvca.gov> <br />Subject: RE: Revised Resolution for 8/15 Agenda -2950 Crownview <br />Hi Nickole- <br />Yes, but the grade behind the wall is going to be lowered, so the 42" will not be measured from <br />the current grade but from the new lower level. Please see the diagram below, thanks. <br /><image002.jpg> <br />Amy Seeraty <br />Associate Planner <br />City of Rancho Palos Verdes <br />Community Development Department <br />30940 Hawthorne Blvd. <br />Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275 <br />www.rpvca.gov <br />amys@rpvca.gov - (310) 544-5231 <br />From: nickole.petersen@gmail.com [mailto:nickole.petersen@gmail.com] <br />Sent: Tuesday, August 15, 2017 4:10 PM <br />To: Amy Seeraty <AmyS@rpvca.gov> <br />Cc: Ara Mihranian <AraM@rpvca.gov>; So Kim <SoK@rpvca.gov> <br />Subject: Re: Revised Resolution for 8/15 Agenda -2950 Crownview <br />All I see here is the City wanting 42 inches above grade fence. <br />Sent from my iPhone <br />On Aug 15, 2017, at 3:35 PM, Amy Seeraty <AmySSkrpvca.gov> wrote: <br />Hi Nickole- <br />Please see the attached revised resolution for your information. Also, I was <br />looking more at the photos and since the new slope is proposed to extend <br />approximately 8 inches beyond the existing edge of the hedge, you may just be <br />able to trim back that side of the hedge by about 8 inches in depth, while still <br />keeping the main trunks. It just depends on where the main trunks are, but I <br />would think that a landscaper would be able to easily provide you with this <br />information. <br />Amy Seeraty <br />Associate Planner <br />City of Rancho Palos Verdes <br />Community Development Department <br />30940 Hawthorne Blvd. <br />Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275 <br />www.rpvca.gov <br />amys6d�rpvca.gov - (310) 544-5231 <br />