Monday, January 17, 2022

Planning Commission Meeting, Tuesday January 18, 2022

Complying with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Disease Notice (fully detailed on page 1 of the City Council PDF link below):  this civic meeting will not be physically open to the public, and will be held through teleconferencing.
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Item 1. Single family residence returns:
Eastern terminus of Talbot Avenue.

1.Interactive Planning Commission Agenda 1/18/22.    Planning Commission Agenda, pdf pages 297.

Open Session, 7 p.m.  Administrative:  Approval of order of agenda.    Designation of liaison to City Council meeting,  none.    Consent items, none.  
Approval of Minutes (draft):   a)
Oral Communications:  Public.   

Continued Public Hearings 
1.    File 2018-057,  construction of a 2,406 sf single-family residence with attached 425 sf, 2-car garage on an undeveloped 24,149 sf undeveloped parcel:  Eastern terminus of Talbot Avenue (APN 016-270-110), East Sharp Park
rezoning to Planned Development (PD),  from the Hillside Preservation District (HPD) zoning districts.  Files noted in the Report: Municipal Code, pages 5, 6: 
General Plan Amendment, GPA-100-21; Rezoning, RZ 201-18; Planned Development,
DP 79-18; Specific Plan, SP 169-18; Variance, PV 526-18; Parking Exception, PE 526-18, PE 191-21, 
report.  a) Resolution: Ordinance and COAs (draft),  b) Report and attachments, (except attachment A), 8/2/21.  c) Minutes, 8/2/21.  d) Project renderings from select visual vantage points.  e) Revised Project Plans.

New Public Hearings
File 2019-021, construction of a new 430 sf 2-car garage attached garage and on-grade staircase adjacent to an existing 1,670 sf single-family residence:  204 Sterling Avenue (APN 023-038-330), Pedro Point
Low density reside
ntial, LDR; Zoning single-family residential, R-1; Coastal Zone Combining, C-Z.  Recommended CEQA status: Class 1 Categorical Exemption, Section 15301, report.  a) Resolution and COAs (draft).  b) Land Use and Zoning Exhibit.  c)  Project Plans.  d) Applicant's Lot Coverage Analysis.  e)  Neighbor Letters of Support.

3.   File 2021-018, construction of a new single-family residence, garage, and accessory dwelling unit on an undeveloped lot on Olympian Way  approximately 1,450 feet northwest of the intersection of  Grand Avenue (APN 023-037-030), Pedro Point/Shelter Cove area, report.  a) Resolution and COAs.(draft).  b) Project Plans.  c) Arborist Report.  d) Land Use and Zoning Exhibit.  e) Geotechnical Report.  f) Ocean Bluff Assessment.
Low density residential, LDR;  Zoning:single family residential,  R-1; Coastal Zone Combining, C-Z.  Recommended CEQA status: Class 3 Categorical Exemption, Section 15303. 

Communications:  Planning Commission, Staff.   Adjourn.

Item 1 notations:  Prior Planning Commission meetings: 
August 2, 2021, and October 4, 2021, Continuance allowing time to prepare materials.    Talbot Avenue eastern terminus area Google map, viewed at 800 Talbot Avenue.      Note photograph at 680 Talbot Avenue is from Zillow.

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