Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Sober Living Marathon Scheduled For Monday

 A FULL NIGHT OF SOBER LIVING ISSUES MONDAY
The Costa Mesa Planning Department sent out a notice late yesterday with an advance alert to those of us interested in Sober Living Home issues.  Below is part of the text of that email, listing the agenda for the Planning Commission meeting on Monday, December 5, 2016. I'll probably write more on this later, but here's the text of the email I received for your planning purposes.  The meeting commences in City Council Chambers at 6:00 p.m. and looks like it might be a long one.  You may recall that Interim Development Services Director Jay Trevino alerted the commissioners to this busy schedule last Monday at the end of that meeting.
THE AGENDA ITEMS AS PRESENTED IN THE EMAIL
PA-16-04 at 2041 Tustin Avenue for a Conditional Use Permit, pursuant to Costa Mesa Municipal Code Section 13-323, to allow an all-male Sober Living Facility operated by Summit Coastal Living.  The facility will serve thirteen occupants, including a resident house manager, within three existing units.  This hearing was continued from the Commission meeting of Nov. 14, 2016.
PA-16-15 at 166 E. 18th Street for a Conditional Use Permit to allow a Sober Living Facility serving 14 occupants within three units.  The application includes an appeal of the decision of the Economic and Development Services Director to deny a request for Reasonable Accommodation to allow this facility to be located within 650 feet of another property that contains a group home, sober living home or state licensed drug and alcohol treatment facility.  This hearing was continued from the Planning Commission meeting of November 14, 2016.
PA-16-25 at 2417 Orange Ave for a Conditional Use Permit to allow a Sober Living Facility serving 14 occupants within three units.  The application includes an appeal of the decision of the Economic and Development Services Director to deny a request for Reasonable Accommodation to allow this facility to be located within 650 feet of another property that contains a group home, sober living home or state licensed drug and alcohol treatment facility.  This hearing was continued from the Planning Commission meeting of November 14, 2016.

PA-16-34 and PA-16-35 at 171 Rochester St. & 175 Rochester St. for Conditional Use Permits to allow a state licensed drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility on contiguous sites serving 20 residents in four units; and an appeal of the decision of the Economic and Development Services Director to deny a request for Reasonable Accommodation to allow this sober living facility to be located within 650 feet of another property that contains a group home, sober living home or state licensed drug and alcohol treatment facility.

PA-16-37 and PA-16-38 at 125 E. Wilson St. & 131 E. Wilson St. for Conditional Use Permits to allow a state licensed alcohol and drug addiction treatment facility on contiguous parcels to serve 26 residents within six units; and an appeal of the decision of the Economic and Development Services Director to deny a request for Reasonable Accommodation to allow this sober living facility to be located within 650 feet of another property that contains a group home, sober living home or state licensed drug and alcohol treatment facility.

PA-16-39 and PA-16-40 at 235 and 241 E. 18th Street for Conditional Use Permits to allow a state licensed alcohol and drug addiction treatment facility on contiguous properties serving 24 residents within six units; and an appeal of the decision of the Economic and Development Services Director to deny a request for Reasonable Accommodation to allow this sober living facility to be located within 650 feet of another property that contains a group home, sober living home or state licensed drug and alcohol treatment facility.

PA-16-06 at 200 Cabrillo for a Conditional Use Permit to allow a Sober Living Facility operated by Pacific Shores Recovery, LLC to serve 44 occupants, including a resident house manager, within four existing units.

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