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Tuesday, July 09, 2002
-Regular Planning Commission Agenda-

Date: Tuesday, July 9, 2002
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Place: City Council Chambers - First Floor

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RESOLUTION NO. 02-4754

REGULAR MEETING OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION

AGENDA

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

INVOCATION

ROLL CALL

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

None.

A. OTHER MATTERS OR ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

This is the time when any member of the public may bring a matter to the attention of the Commission that is within the scope of duties assigned to the Commission. The Ralph M. Brown Act limits the Planning Commission and staff's ability to respond to comments on non-agendized matters at the time such comments are made. Thus, your comments may be agendized for a future meeting or referred to staff. The Commission may discuss or ask questions for clarification, if desired, at this time.

By policy of the Commission, Oral Communications at this time on the agenda is limited to a total of 15 minutes. Persons who are not afforded the opportunity to speak at this time may do so under Item E. later on the agenda.

B. CONSENT CALENDAR

This is the time for the public to comment on any item on the Consent Calendar. As Consent Calendar items are considered routine in nature, they are normally enacted in one motion. The Chairperson may remove a questioned Consent Calendar item for separate action.

1. FORTHCOMING PLANNING COMMISSION MEETINGS AND PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULE

Receive and file.

Motion by ___________, seconded by ___________, to approve the items listed.

HEARING PROCEDURE:

You are encouraged by this Commission to express your views on any matter set for public hearing. It is our procedure to first receive the report of the Planning staff, then to ask for public testimony; first from those in favor of the matter, followed by testimony from those in opposition to it, and, if there be opposition, to allow those in favor, rebuttal testimony only as to the points brought up in opposition. To testify on a matter, you need to simply come forward to the lectern at the appropriate time, give your name and address and make your statement. In addition, please sign in on the sheet provided at the podium so it will facilitate preparation of our minutes. Do not be concerned with your possible lack of experience in public hearings. We are interested in what you say, not your level of expertise as a public speaker. After a hearing has been closed, you may not further speak on the matter unless requested to do so by a member of the Commission.

C. CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARINGS

(1)
CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 01-14
PRECISE PLAN NO. 01-07
VARIANCE NO. 01-09
NEGATIVE DECLARATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
APPLICANT: Christ Community Church
LOCATION: 1432 W. Puente Avenue
REQUEST: The applicant is requesting the approval of a conditional use permit and a precise plan to construct a 6,862-square foot multipurpose room at the Christ Community Church property. The structure will be constructed immediately in front of the existing church building. Additionally, the applicant is requesting a variance to reduce the number of existing parking spaces from 257 spaces to 209 spaces.
  1. Open public hearing.

  2. Staff Report.

  3. Public Testimony.

  4. Close public hearing.

  5. Commission discussion.

  6. Motion by ____________, seconded by ___________ to adopt findings as recommended by staff.

  7. Motion by ____________, seconded by ___________ to waive further reading of the body of the resolution and adopt Resolution No. 02-47, (certifying/denying) the Negative Declaration of Environmental Impact for Conditional Use Permit No. 01-14, Precise Plan No. 01-07 and Variance No. 01-09.

  8. Motion by ____________, seconded by ___________ to waive further reading of the body of the resolution and adopt Resolution No. 02-47_____, (approving/denying) Conditional Use Permit No. 01-14.

  9. Motion by ____________, seconded by ___________ to adopt findings as recommended by staff.

  10. Motion by ____________, seconded by ___________ to waive further reading of the body of the resolution and adopt Resolution No. 02-47_____, (approving/denying) Precise Plan No. 01-07.

  11. Motion by ____________, seconded by ___________ to adopt findings as recommended by staff.

  12. Motion by ____________, seconded by ___________ to waive further reading of the body of the resolution and adopt Resolution No. 02-47_____, (approving/denying) Variance No. 01-09.

These actions are final unless appealed to the City Council within ten days.

NEW PUBLIC HEARINGS

(2)
APPEAL OF PLANNING DIRECTOR'S APPROVAL OF ARCHITECTURAL PLANS FOR FIVE SINGLE FAMILY HOMES
APPLICANT: Great Mountain, L.P.
LOCATION: 3146 East Virginia Avenue
REQUEST: Appeal of Planning Director's approval of architectural plans for five single-family residences (to be constructed as of the previously approved Tentative Tract No. 52956).
APPELLANTS: Charles and Marilyn Mc Cain
Paul and Shonda Tombrello
  1. Open public hearing.

  2. Staff Report.

  3. Public Testimony.

  4. Close public hearing.

  5. Commission discussion.

  6. Motion by____________, seconded by____________ to adopt findings as recommended by staff.

  7. Motion by____________, seconded by____________ to waive further reading of the body of the resolution and adopt Resolution No. 01-468, (upholding/overturning) the decision of the Planning Director and approving architectural plans.

This action is final unless appealed within ten days.

(3)
PRECISE PLAN NO. 02-07
APPLICANT: Lion's Express
LOCATION: 200-220 South Vincent Avenue
REQUEST: The applicant is proposing an eight-foot high wrought iron fence and a five-foot wide planter for landscaping along the west and south boundaries of the 0.4-acre site. A 30-foot wide access gate and a pedestrian gate are proposed on San Bernardino Road. The wrought iron fence will replace an existing chain-link fence, and is intended enhance the security of the site. The site is located at the northeast corner of West San Bernardino Road and Azusa Canyon Road.
  1. Open public hearing.

  2. Staff Report.

  3. Public Testimony.

  4. Close public hearing.

  5. Commission discussion.

  6. Motion by ____________, seconded by ____________ to adopt findings as recommended by staff.

  7. Motion by ____________, seconded by ____________ to waive further reading of the body of the resolution and adopt Resolution No. 02-47____, (approving/denying) Precise Plan No. 02-07.

This decision is final unless appealed to the City Council within ten days.

(4)
CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 02-11
APPLICANT: The Consulting Group
LOCATION: 2418 South Azusa Avenue
REQUEST: The applicant is requesting the approval of a conditional use permit to permit the co-location of three antenna arrays on an existing 75-foot monopole and for the redesign of the existing monopole to a mock pine tree (monopine) to better stealth the cellular facility.
  1. Open public hearing.

  2. Staff Report.

  3. Public Testimony.

  4. Close public hearing.

  5. Commission discussion.

  6. Motion by ____________, seconded by ____________ to adopt findings as recommended by staff.

  7. Motion by ____________, seconded by ____________ to waive further reading of the body of the resolution and adopt Resolution No. 02-47____, (approving/denying) Conditional Use Permit No. 02-11.

This action is final unless appealed to the City Council within ten days.

D. NON-HEARING ITEMS

E. OTHER MATTERS OR ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

This is the time when any member of the public may bring a matter to the attention of the Commission that is within the scope of duties assigned to the Commission. The Ralph M. Brown Act limits the Planning Commission and staff's ability to respond to comments on non-agendized matters at the time such comments are made. Thus, your comments may be agendized for a future meeting or referred to staff. The Commission may discuss or ask questions for clarification, if desired, at this time.

F. COMMISSION REPORTS/COMMENTS AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS

This is the time when any member of the Commission may bring a matter to the attention of the full Commission that is within the scope of duties assigned to the Commission. Any item that was considered during the public hearing portion is not appropriate for discussion in this section of the agenda. NO COMMISSION ACTION CAN BE TAKEN AT THIS TIME. If the Commission desires to discuss an issue raised by a resident or take an action, the Commission may vote to agendize the matter for the next meeting. The Commission may discuss or ask questions for clarification, if desired, at this time.

(1)
CITY COUNCIL ACTION:

This is an oral presentation of City Council matters and actions of the listed meeting which are in the Commission's area of interest.

(2)
PLANNING DIRECTOR'S REPORT:

G. ADJOURNMENT

ACTION: Motion by _________, seconded by _________,
to adjourn at __________ p.m.