RANCHO PALOS VERDES PLANNING COMMISSION
TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 2001
FRED HESSE COMMUNITY PARK, 29301 HAWTHORNE BOULEVARD
REQUESTS TO SPEAK ON AN ITEM MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE RECORDING SECRETARY PRIOR TO THE COMPLETION OF THE REMARKS OF THE FIRST SPEAKER ON THE ITEM. NO REQUEST FORMS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THAT TIME.
PURSUANT TO ADOPTED PLANNING COMMISSION PROCEDURE, NEW BUSINESS ITEMS NOT HEARD BEFORE ll:00 P.M. WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY CONTINUED AND WILL BE HEARD ON THE NEXT COMMISSION AGENDA.
NEXT P.C. RESOLUTION NO. 2001-14
CALL TO ORDER:
APPROVAL OF AGENDA:
Council Policy Items (Excerpt Minutes):
RECESS/COMMENTS FROM THE AUDIENCE (regarding non-agenda items) at APPROXIMATELY 8:30 P.M.:
Requested Action: A request for an unmanned, wireless telecommunications facility consisting of four (4) antenna panels mounted on the buildings parapet screen wall, and five (5) equipment cabinets on the roof of the existing 4-story Fidelity Bank building.
Recommendation: Adopt P.C. Resolution No. 2001-__, thereby approving Conditional Use Permit No. 224, subject to the conditions contained in Exhibit "A".
Requested Action: Allow construction of a new two-story single-family residence with attached three-car garage, measuring 5,422 square feet in area, and an overall height of 26-feet, on a vacant parcel. Further, a total of 30 cubic yards of grading is proposed.
Recommendation: Adopt PC Resolution No. 2001-__, thereby approving Height Variation No. 921 and Grading Permit No. 2271, subject to the conditions contained in Exhibit "A".
Requested Action: Allow the land division of a 3.92 acre lot into thirteen (13) lots for residential development. The proposed lots will maintain a minimum lot area of 10,000 square feet and a minimum contiguous lot area of 3,300 square feet as required by the Citys Development Code and Subdivision Ordinance for property within the Single-Family Residential (RS-4) zoning district. Furthermore, the proposed subdivision requires 18,400 cubic yards of associated grading, consisting of 5,400 cubic yards of cut and 13,000 cubic yards of fill. All proposed earth movement will occur entirely on-site except for 7,600 cubic yards of imported earth.
Review Tentative Tract Map No. 52666, Grading Permit No. 2282 and Environmental Assessment No. 708 and forward a recommendation of approval, with conditions,to the City Council.
5. General Plan Amendment No. 27/Zone Change No. 30/Conditional Use Permit No. 210/Grading Permit No. 2163 for the proposed Indian Ridgecrest Gardens Senior Housing Project, Northwest Corner of Crestridge Road and Crenshaw Boulevard. (GP)
Requested Action: Allow construction of a proposed 52-unit apartment building for seniors. Thirteen of the proposed 52 units are proposed to be leased to lower income residents (very low to low income), while the remainder would be leased at market rate. The proposed building is a two-story structure above a subterranean parking structure. The proposed project will include parking, landscaping and an approximate 2,000 square foot community room for residents only. Proposed grading for the project would consist of 25,302 cubic yards of cut, 14,044 cubic yards of fill and 11,258 cubic yards of export.
Recommendation: That the Planning Commission open the public hearing, receive testimony from the public, review the issues noted throughout the Staff Report, provide direction to Staff and the Applicant in regards to any concerns of the Planning Commission, and continue the public hearing to July 24, 2001.
NEW BUSINESS: (NO ITEMS)
ITEMS TO BE PLACED ON FUTURE AGENDAS:
6. PRE-AGENDA FOR THE MEETING OF JULY 10, 2001.
The next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday,
June 10, 2001, 7:00 P.M. at Hesse Park.