Monday, September 08, 2014

Planning Commission Considers More Development Tonight

ANOTHER BUSY MEETING
The Costa Mesa Planning Commission, under the lame leadership of Riganista lapdog Chairman Jim Fitzpatrick, will have a busy night tonight as it meets beginning at 6:00 p.m. in City Council Chambers.  You can read the complete agenda HERE.

CODE ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES
It might not get pulled from the Consent Calendar for separate discussion, but it's probably worth your time to take a peek at the Code Enforcement staff report, HERE, to see how many of your friends and neighbors have been cited by Code Enforcement for shabby lawns, chipped paint and the like.

MORE LIVE/WORK UNITS
The first of three Public Hearings on the agenda, HERE, involves a development of fifteen (15) three-story live/work units on the Westside at 2026 Placentia.
MORE HOMES
Public Hearing #2, HERE, is for 19 unit residential development on a vacant parcel at 789 and 795 Paularino.
EXPANDING CAR DEALERSHIP
The final Public Hearing, HERE, is the return of the expansion of the automobile dealership on Harbor Blvd. at Merrimac.  This was a highly contentious issue the first time around and, in theory, there has been significant community outreach by the applicant in an attempt to resolve some of the issue with the surrounding neighbors.  I guess we'll see tonight.

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4 Comments:

Anonymous Arthur Nern said...

Once the little dictator loses the election and goes wherever, there will still be the task of removing the infection of his followers from various positions.

9/08/2014 11:26:00 AM  
Blogger Joe said...

"Live-Work" just means more buildings on the same lot. As in higher density.

9/08/2014 11:33:00 AM  
Anonymous Casual Viewer said...

I hope they remembered to leave room for the trash trucks to maneuver this time. There was another project where they forgot about it. The Fairview Park parking lot proponents seem to think there need to be a turnaround for fire truck at the site, but ignore it when it comes to high density infill projects.

9/08/2014 12:30:00 PM  
Anonymous Terry Koken said...

What's with "live-work"? They predidis, man. Need some "die-retire" units for us old folk. Bunch of age-ists, if you ask me.

9/08/2014 04:45:00 PM  

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