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Planning Commission Minutes December 28, 2005
APPLICATION SUBMITTED BY EAST BAY CONSTRUCTION ON BEHALF OF THE RONALD REISS TRUST, PROPERTY OWNER, FOR RECLASSIFICATION OF PROPERTY FROM AN M-2 GENERAL INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT TO A PUD PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT, CONSISTING OF A MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT WHICH WOULD INCLUDE 44 UNITS OF COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL OFFICE-WAREHOUSING ON THE FIRST FLOOR
STREET AND COLTON AVENUE. 139-08-803-006.
THE ASSESSOR S PARCEL NUMBER IS
The application was presented by Mary Aldava, Planner on behalf of Staff who indicated Staff was recommending ZN-97-05 be continued as the preliminary development plan submitted did not comply with the Industrial Development Standards. Staff was also concerned the proposed parking would not accommodate the needs of all residents, employees, guests and customers. In addition, Staff’s calculations of usable open space showed the development was deficient by approximately 6,600 square feet of open space and the Parks and Recreation Department was recommending the item be continued. If the Planning Commission determined approval was warranted, the following conditions were recommended:
Unless expressly authorized through a variance, waiver or another approved method development shall comply with all applicable codes and ordinances.
The residential portion of the development shall comply with the Multi-Family Development Standards.
The office/warehouse portion of the development shall comply with the Industrial Development Standards, including but not limited to the following:
Sidewalks will need to be located at least six (6) feet from the facade of the building to provide planting beds for foundation landscaping.
Any area of a parking lot which abuts a public street will need to be setback from the property line a minimum of 20 feet.
A six (6) foot wide landscape island is required within each parking row for every 15 parking spaces contained within a row and at the end of each row.
Pedestrian linkages to the open space and amenities will need to be provided.