|Planning Commission Agenda - October 9, 2012|
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Ted Adcock Senior/Community Center
Copies of written documentation relating to each item of business on the Agenda are available at City Hall and the Half Moon Bay Library for public inspection. If requested, the agenda shall be available in appropriate alternative formats to persons with a disability, as required by Section 202 of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. Sec. 12132.) Information may be obtained by calling 650-726-8250.
Planning Commissioners: Patric Bo Jonsson, Les Deman, Thomas Conroy, Vice Chair Phil Rosenblatt and Chair Tom Roman
Those wishing to address the Planning Commission on any matter not listed on the AGENDAS, but within the jurisdiction of the Commissions to resolve, may come forward to the podium during the ‘‘ORAL COMMUNICATION’’ portion of the AGENDA and will have three minutes to discuss their item. Those wishing to speak on a ‘‘PUBLIC HEARING’’ matter will be called forward at the appropriate time during the public hearing consideration.
Please Note: The Planning Commission meeting will end at 10:30 PM unless the Commission votes to extend it during the same evening. If an item on the Agenda cannot be heard within the regular meeting hours of 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM, it will be continued to the next regular meeting date unless the Planning Commission extends the time.
II. APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
• Planning Commission Minutes of September 25, 2012
IV. PLANNING DIRECTOR REPORT:
1. Planning Director’s Report and Agenda Forecast
V. ORAL COMMUNICATION:
VI. PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS:
Item #1 Zoning Ordinance Amendments (Continued from Sept 25, 2012)
Continued from September 25, 2012
Please note: The Agenda Report for this item is attached to the September 25, 2012, Planning Commission Agenda posted on this website calendar.
The ordinance is intended to: (1) clarify restrictions on development of single-family residential lots classified as “substandard” or “severely substandard” under existing zoning regulations; (2) establish minimum development standards for parcels identified on the City’s certified zoning maps as located in the R-1-B-3 zoning classification, for which there are no currently applicable zoning standards; and (3) establish procedures and standards for processing use permits for the locations of new businesses classified under California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control regulations as “on-sale alcohol outlets” and for construction and operation of wireless telecommunications facilities.
An environmental review checklist is being prepared for this project, and it is anticipated that a Categorical Exemption from further environmental review under the California Environmental Quality Act will be issued. Once issued, a copy of this exemption will be available for public inspection at the City of Half Moon Bay Planning Department, located at 501 Main Street, Half Moon Bay. A copy of this document will also be available at the Planning Department for the price of reproduction.