Sunday, February 17, 2013

Planning Commission meeting, Tuesday, February 19,2013

Attend in person, 2212 Beach Boulevard, 2nd floor.  Or, view on local channel 26, also live internet feed,  The meeting begins at 7pm, or shortly there following.  City website,  and  Planning Commission archives.
Planning Commission Agenda, 2/19/13, includes Staff Report, project summary, recommendations and findings, 15 pages.

This is the neighborhood, just up the street
Public hearings:  Construction of a mixed use project.  Three buildings, total commercial area approximately 1,700 square feet, with  three apartments on the upper floors. Commercial space on the ground floor of each building is approximately 600 square feet.

Proposed is one two-story building in front (the west unit), includes a one-bedroom apartment of approximately 600 square feet. The two three-story buildings in the rear lot  (north and south units), include a two-bedroom apartment of approximately 1,300 square feet each.  See Agenda Staff Report. 

Applicant:  Jim Miller, Oculus Architecture and Design, Emeryville, CA.  Owner:  Steve Baldwin, LVB, LVC, San Mateo, CA.  Location:  411 Dondee Way (or Street), within the former Rockaway Beach Specific Plan Redevelopment Area.

Posted by Kathy Meeh  


Anonymous said...

Peter Loeb, will protest this. Being it is across the street from his house.

Traffic, the rallying cry of the noobees.

Rational Randy said...

Now that would be entertaining. Loeb was instrumental in setting up the redevelopment district THAT LOST MONEY! What a guy. Now the city owes the state 1.4M dollars.
Good work!

Anonymous said...

Rockaway is about the only district tourists with money to spend would bother with in Pacifica. Anything that brings in more business and people is another little step on the long road of economic development. Hope the expansion on the HIE is going ahead but the big hurdle for all these folks is the Coastal Commission, isn't it? Still, if this is going to be this Council's Planning Commission, then this council is fully responsible for their actions. Not any previous council, this one.