Short Planning Commission Meeting Monday
The Costa Mesa Planning Commission, under the dynamic leadership of Jim Fitzpatrick, will hold what may be one of the shortest meetings in recent memory on Monday, January 13, 2014 beginning at 6 p.m. in City Council Chambers. You can read the agenda HERE.
ONLY TWO ITEMS WILL BE DISCUSSED
Of the six (6) Public Hearings on the agenda, the first three will be pulled from the calendar and item #5, a conditional use permit to see beer, wine and distilled spirits at 751 Baker Street, Unit A will be continued to January 27th. It is related to #4, HERE, the revocation of conditional use permits at 3033 Bristol Street, Suite G. The only other item is #6, a request for variances to install an ATM kiosk.
CODE ENFORCEMENT UPDATE
The most interesting reading may be the Code Enforcement Update, HERE. It gives you a chance to see which neighbors have been zinged by Code Enforcement, and how they responded to that zinging.
GENERAL PLAN VISIONING STUDY SESSION
The next day the Planning Commission will meet with the City Council in a joint study session to discuss the General Plan Visioning issue, which I wrote about earlier in the week. You can read that agenda item HERE. According to the information on the City web site, this meeting will be held beginning at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 14th in the Emergency Operations Center (EOC), adjacent to Police Headquarters.