Friday, April 18, 2014

Planning Commission Study Session, Monday, April 21, 2014

Planning Commission meetings are open to the public and are held at City Council Chambers, 2212 Beach Boulevard.  The Planning commission meeting from 6:00 p.m. is televised on Pacificcoast.TV (formerly known as PCT26).  Pacificcoast.TV calendar.

Gypsy Hill, south-west view
From the city calendar, "Study Session, from 6 p.m."  There will be no regular meeting.  Pacificcoast TV (PCT26 calendar) indicates this study session will be televised, (maybe, there is some confusion stated as "live coverage" at 7 p.m.).  The study session begins at 6 p.m. 

04/21/14 Planning Commission Study Session, pdf, 4 pages.

General project description, page 1.  "Subdivide two (2) separate parcels located on Gypsy Hill (APN 016-421-010 and 140) for residential development on each site.  Sixteen (16) single-family residences are proposed on one parcel,  and ten (10) single-family residences plus sixteen (16) below market rate units are proposed on the second parcel.

More detailed project description, item 2, page 3.  "The applicant is exploring the feasibility of subdividing two (2) separate parcels located on Gypsy Hill for residential development on each site.

One of the parcels consists of approximately 26 acres and is located northeast of Gypsy Hill Road.  Sixteen (16) single-family residences are proposed on lots ranging from 40,270 to 68,882 square feet.  The applicant has provided elevations of a single-family residence that illustrates the design.  According to the applicant, all the homes will be custom built and designed to have the least amount of visual impact.  The homes will feature wood, glass, stone and steal materials.  The development would be accessed from Gypsy Hill Road.

The proposal also includes approximately 195,218 square feet of land that would be designated for a park and trail use.  The trail would extend across the northern portion of Gypsy Hill and provide access to the ocean."

Note:  photograph from Mary Laughlin Fenton/Sotheby's International Realty.  Unfortunately Gypsy Hill property lot images revert back to the Relator's main page. Interested in more views, try google search, "Gypsy Hill, Pacifica, CA pictures".

Posted by Kathy Meeh


Anonymous said...

I want to see which freaks show up at this meeting. The "gang of no" is going to have a field day with this project.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, and then there's the freaks!