Friday, April 29, 2022

Planning Commission Meeting, Monday May 2, 2022

Please note, this is an In-Person Planning Commission  meeting.
The City Council meeting location is at City Council Chambers, 2212 Beach Blvd., Pacifica.   As in past years, off-street parking is
allowed in the neighborhood, with a parking permit obtained from a rack upon entering the downstairs Chambers lobby. Place the permit on the auto dashboard, visible to law enforcement personnel.   
Alternatively, the
City Council meeting may be viewed through the City website livestream , or  through local Pacific Coast Television PCT/Pacifica Channel 26 (And note, PCT also links their program calendar, and recent coastside civic meeting videos.)
For more information, including location parking (and permit), cell phone rules, written public comments, and public comment call-in instructions (offered on a pilot basis) see pages 1 and 2 of the PDF Agenda. 

Interactive Planning Commission Agenda, 5/2/22.      Planning Commission Agenda 5/2/22, PDF pages 59.

353 Farallon Ave
Item 1.  Extend a new house development:  
on an undeveloped Farallon Avenue lot,
south of Edna Lane (Fairmont area).

Open Session, 7 p.m. Administrative:  Approval of order of agenda.
Approval of M
nutes (draft):  a) 
4/18/22.  Designation of liaison to City Council meeting, 5/9/22:  Growth Management Ordinance introduction.   Consent items, none.   Consideration items, none.
Oral Communications:  Public.

New Public Hearings

File 2017-007, SP-163-17.  Request to grant a one year construction extension of  a 2,460 sf, 3-story single-family dwelling on a 5,0077 sf undeveloped lot:  TBD Farallon Avenue (APN 009-085-430),
report.  a) Resolution (draft).   Planning Commission:  b) Resolution No. 2019-014.  c) Report, 4/15/2019.   d) Planning Director Extension Approval 3/15/21.  e) Planning Commission Extension Request, 3/23/22.

Communications:  Planning Commission, Staff.   Adjourn.
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Note  photograph of the Fairmont development general area from
Posted by Kathy Meeh