Monday, February 08, 2016

Planning Commission Agenda



FIRST MEETING OF FEBRUARY
The Costa Mesa Planning Commission meets again on Monday, February 8, 2016 in City Council Chambers beginning at 6:00 p.m.  The full agenda for that meeting may be found HERE.  There are five (5) public hearings schedule for this meeting.  Here's a brief rundown on the issues to be discussed.

CUP FOR SHARED PARKING ON AIRWAY
Public Hearing #1, HERE, is a request for a minor Conditional Use Permit to deviate from shared parking requirements for a religious education and cultural assembly at 3184 Airway Avenue, Suite J.  The Zoning administrator approved the request late last year and was promptly called for Planning Commission review.  The staff is recommending approval, but there are letters in the file from nearby neighboring operations opposing this change.
 ADDING A RESTAURANT AT HARBOR AND ADAMS
Public Hearing #2, HERE, is a request to amend a planning application for the shopping center at 1534 Adams Avenue, Suite J, on the north corner of Harbor Blvd. and Adams Avenue.  Specifically, the applicant wants to add 2334 square feet of restaurant space, deviate from the shared parking requirements and add valet parking.  The staff recommends approval of this one.
 43 UNITS REPLACING CAR DEALERSHIP ON HARBOR
Public Hearing #3, HERE, involves a proposed 43-unit, two-story, detached residential common interest development at 2626  Harbor Blvd. at the corner of Harbor and Merrimac. The applicant has requested this item be continued to the meeting of February, 22, 2016 to make modifications to the project.
TWO UNITS ON POMONA AVENUE
Public Hearing #4, HERE, is the planning application and tentative tract map for a detached two-unit small lot development at 1808 Pomona Avenue with no code deviations requested.
TWO MORE ON MYRAN DRIVE
Public Hearing #5, HERE, is another two-unit small lot development located at 2156 Myran Drive, which also requests no code deviations.
It looks like it's going to be a busy night at City Hall.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Casual Viewer said...

The property on Adams had parking problems when the Paul Mitchell School was there. Students parked in the neighborhood so clients would have a place to park while getting their hair done. Where do valets park cars? I hope not in front of people's homes.

2/08/2016 06:56:00 AM  

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