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Planning Commission Agenda, 1/17/17, pdf pages 70: Item 1 pages 2 -47; Item 2 pages 48 - 70.
Open Session, 7:00 p.m.
|Item 2, Demolishing 310 Esplanade Ave|
is expected to being the week of 1/17/17.
1. CDP-336-13. Modify a 10/3/16 approved 400 sq ft addition development design permit (coverage, height, side setback, garage areas) to 625 sq ft: 111 Kent Road, (APN 023-032-070), a 3-strory single-family residence located on a 5,700 sq ft lot, Pedro Point. Recommendation approved as conditioned with no other approvals, subject to City Council and California Coastal Commission appeal.
2. CDP-379-16. City ""imminent health and safety hazard" Emergency Coastal Development Permit application to demolish vacant 310 Esplanade Avenue apartment building (APN 009-413-010) was approved 12/27/16. The demolition is expected to begin this week (1/17/17) with up to 4 weeks to complete, (the 60 days permit ends 2/25/17).
Communications: Commission, Staff. Adjourn.
Reference. Acronyms. APN, Assessor's parcel number. CDP, Coastal Development permit. CZ, (Coastal Zone Combining) zoning districts. LDR, low density residential. PE, Parking Exception. PSD, Site Development permit. PV, Variance. S, Sign permit. SP, Specific Plan. SUB Subdivision. TA, text amendment. UP, Use permit. Zoning. California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). CA CEQA Guidelines, Article 19, Categorical Exemptions. Freestanding single-family residences set-back and parking, R1, Reference.com. S, City of Pacifica Sign ordinance.
Related Item 2 article, and photographs. SF Gate/San Francisco Chronicle/Sarah Ravani, 1/6/17, "Pacifica moves closer to demolishing crumbling apartment complex. Caption image 1 and 2, photograph 2 of 6. "Plans to demolish an apartment building at 310 Esplanade Avenue in Pacifica moved a step closer when city officials this week hired a San Jose demolition company."
Posted by Kathy Meeh