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June 07, 2001

June 07, 2001

 

SAN FRANCISCO PLANNING COMMISSION



Minutes

Commission Chambers - Room 400

City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place

Thursday, June 7, 2001

1:30 PM

Regular Meeting

President: Anita Theoharis

Commission Vice President: William W. Fay

Commissioners: Roslyn Baltimore; Hector Chinchilla; Cynthia Joe;

Myrna Lim; Jim Salinas, Sr.

PRESENT: Theoharis; Fay; Baltimore; Chinchilla; Joe; Lim

ABSENT: Salinas

THE MEETING WAS CALLED TO ORDER BY PRESIDENT THEOHARIS AT 1:50 P.M.

STAFF IN ATTENDANCE: Gerald G. Green – Director of Planning, Larry Badiner – Zoning Administrator, Dan DiBARTOLO; Ricardo Bressanutti; Ken Chin; Craig Nikitas; Jim Miller; Glen Cabreros; Tim Woloshyn; Patricia Gerber – Transcription Secretary; Linda D. Avery – Commission Secretary

A. ITEMS PROPOSED FOR CONTINUANCE

1a. 2000.138DV (WANG: 558‑6335)

4038 17TH STREET - north side between Castro and Douglass Streets, Lot 011 in Assessor's Block 2623. Request of Discretionary Review of Building Demolition Permit Application No. 9814005 and Building Permit Application No. 9814006. The proposal would alter an existing vacant one‑story over garage, single‑family dwelling into a three‑story over garage, three‑family dwelling in an RH‑3 (Residential, House, Three‑Family) District and a 40‑X Height and Bulk District. Note: This project was previously heard by the Commission on April 6, 2000 and May 10, 2001, respectively. Following public testimony on April 6, 2000, the Commission moved to continue the hearing indefinitely, so the Project Sponsor could develop a design that (1) does not require demolition of the existing structure (the demolition building permit application will be withdrawn by the project sponsor); (2) retains a substantial portion of the front part of the Victorian house; and (3) allows three dwelling units to be constructed on the site. The revised project proposes to retain approximately 42 feet of the front of the existing building which includes both exterior sidewalls and some of the interior walls. The existing facade would be preserved and moved forward by approximately 3 feet 4 inches and lowered by approximately 4 feet. The facade would be attached to a reinforced and expanded structure constructed between its new location and the existing portions of the sidewalls, which are to remain in place. The sidewalls would be extended downward by approximately 4 feet and the 3‑foot 11‑inch parapet would be removed. The revised project would further include building additions above and behind the retained portion of the existing building, resulting in a three‑story over garage, three‑family dwelling. The revised project would also require the justification of a rear yard variance, which will be heard by the Zoning Administrator concurrently with the discretionary review.

Preliminary Recommendation: Pending

(Proposed for continuance to June 14, 2001)

ACTION: Continued as proposed

AYES: Theoharis, Fay, Chinchilla, Joe, Lim

ABSENT: Baltimore, Salinas

1b. 2000.138DV (WANG: 558‑6335)

4038 17TH STREET, north side between Castro and Douglass Streets; Lot 011 in Assessor's Block 2623 in an RH‑3 (Residential, House, Three‑Family) District and a 40‑X Height and Bulk District. REAR YARD VARIANCE SOUGHT: Subject to Discretionary Review by the Planning Commission, the current proposal is to alter an existing vacant one‑story over garage, single‑family dwelling by remodeling it into a three‑story over garage, three‑family dwelling in an RH‑3 (Residential, House, Three‑Family) District and a 40‑X Height and Bulk District. Note: This project was previously heard by the Commission on April 6, 2000 and May 10, 2001, respectively. Following public testimony on April 6, 2000, the Commission adopted a Motion to continue indefinitely, so the Project Sponsor could develop a design that (1) does not require demolition of the existing structure, (2) retains a substantial portion of the front part of the Victorian house and (3) allows three units to be constructed on the site. The revised project proposes to retain approximately 42 feet of the front of the existing building which includes both exterior side walls and some of the interior walls. The existing facade would be preserved and moved forward by approximately 3 feet 4 inches and lowered by approximately 4 feet. The facade would be attached to a reinforced and expanded structure constructed between its new location and the existing portions of the sidewalls, which are to remain in place. The sidewalls would be extended downward by approximately 4 feet and the 3‑foot 11‑inch parapet would be removed. The revised project would further include building additions above and behind the retained portion of the existing building, resulting in a three‑story over garage, three‑family dwelling. The revised project would also require the justification of a rear yard variance which will be heard by the Zoning Administrator concurrently with the discretionary review. Section 136(c)(25) of the Planning Code allows enclosed and unenclosed extensions of

buildings, as permitted obstructions, to extend no more than 12 feet into the

required open area, provided that the structure shall be limited to a height not exceeding the floor level of the second floor of occupancy, excluding the ground story, at the rear of the building on the subject property, in which case the structure shall be no closer than 5 feet to any interior side lot line. Section 134(c) requires a minimum rear yard of approximately 35 feet, measured from the mid‑point of the rear property line for the subject lot. The new addition to be constructed behind the retained portion of the front part of the existing building would be three stories tall, extending 12 feet into the required rear yard to be within approximately 33 feet 6 inches of the rear property line and would encroach entirely into the required 5‑foot separation from the east side lot line and from the west side lot line, respectively.

(Proposed for continuance for June 14, 2001)

ACTION: Continued as proposed

AYES: Theoharis, Fay, Chinchilla, Joe, Lim

ABSENT: Baltimore, Salinas

2. 2001.0234D (SANCHEZ: 558-6679)

217 - 219 16TH AVENUE - west side between California and Clement Streets, Lot 002 in Assessor’s Block 1417. Request for Discretionary Review of Building Permit Application No. 2000/08/25/8970S, proposing to construct a three-story horizontal addition at the rear of the existing two-unit building in an RH-2 (Residential, House, Two-Family) District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

Preliminary Recommendation: Take Discretionary Review and approve the project with modifications.

(Proposed for Continuance to June 21, 2001)

ACTION: Continued as proposed

AYES: Theoharis, Fay, Chinchilla, Joe, Lim

ABSENT: Baltimore, Salinas

3. 2001.0293C (M. SNYDER: 575-6891)

490 - 2ND STREET - northwest corner at Bryant Street, Lot 7 in Assessor's Block 3763. Request for Conditional Use Authorization under Planning Code Section 818.73 and 227(h) to install three sectors of antennas (four antennas in each sector for a total of twelve antennas) on the building's rooftop, and a base transceiver station within the building, in an SSO (Service / Secondary Office) District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District. The site is considered a Location Preference No. 4 according to the Planning Department's Wireless Telecommunications Services Facilities Siting Guidelines.

Preliminary Recommendation: Pending

(Proposed for Continuance to July 19, 2001)

ACTION: Continued as proposed

AYES: Theoharis, Fay, Chinchilla, Joe, Lim

ABSENT: Baltimore, Salinas

4. 1999.811D (PUTRA: 558-6233)

1660 MISSION STREET - west side between South Van Ness Avenue and Thirteenth Street, lots 5 and 6 in Assessor’s Block 3512. Request for Discretionary Review of Building Permit Application No. 2000 0515 0033, to construct a six-story above grade level, approximately 76-feet-tall addition with 25,365 gross square feet of office and 5,073 square feet of parking at grade level. This is an addition to the existing 92,000-gross-square-foot city office building, of which 22,610 square feet are in an underground garage, in a C-M (Heavy Commercial) District; and a 105-J Height and Bulk District.

Preliminary Recommendation: Do not take Discretionary Review and approve the Building Permit Application as revised.

(Continued from Regular Meeting of April 5, 2001)

(Proposed for continuance to July 19, 2001)

ACTION: Continued as proposed

AYES: Theoharis, Fay, Chinchilla, Joe, Lim

ABSENT: Baltimore, Salinas

5. 2001.0209D (JONES: 558-6477)

235 SANTA PAULA AVENUE - between Yerba Buena Avenue and San Jacinto Way, Lot 026 in Assessor's Block 3078, request for Discretionary Review of Building Permit Application No. 2001/12/21/8505, proposing for the construction of a two-story rear horizontal extension to the existing two-story, single-family residence in an RH-1(D) (Residential, House, One-Family Detached Dwellings) District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

Preliminary Recommendation: Do not take DR and approve as submitted.

(Proposed for continuance to July 19, 2001)

ACTION: Continued as proposed

AYES: Theoharis, Fay, Chinchilla, Joe, Lim

ABSENT: Baltimore, Salinas

6. 2000.585E (JAROSLAWSKY: 558-5970)

438 8th Street - Appeal of a Preliminary Negative Declaration. The property is on Lot 002 of Assessor=s Block 3757, located on the west side of 8th Street. The proposal includes the demolition of five existing structures on the project site and the construction of a three-story, 105,500 square foot structure to contain business service uses, which is a permitted use within the district. The project site is on 8th Street with frontage on both 8th and Converse Streets. The subject site is within an SLI (Service Light Industrial) District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District within the South of Market District of the City of San Francisco. Two of the existing structures on the site are utilized as storage sheds and the remaining three structures are vacant. The proposed new structure would entirely encompass the subject site, be a maximum of 40 feet in height and contain three stories. The project would include an open courtyard and 100 below ground parking spaces.

Preliminary Recommendation: Uphold Preliminary Negative Declaration

(Proposed for Continuance to October 4, 2001)

ACTION: Continued as proposed

AYES: Theoharis, Fay, Joe, Chinchilla, Lim

ABSENT: Baltimore, Salinas

B. COMMISSIONERS' QUESTIONS AND MATTERS

7. Consideration of Adoption - draft minutes of April 5, and 12, 2001.

ACTION: Approved as corrected

AYES: Theoharis, Fay, , Chinchilla, Joe, Lim

ABSENT: Baltimore, Salinas

8. Commission Matters

Commissioner Lim: - There was an audit completed by the Department of the Controller regarding Development Impact Fees. This audit was sent to the BOS on May 30. There was a resolution that was passed urging the Planning Commission to certify existing studies calculating the average area purchase price for the development fees. She would like to know what would be the best way to respond to this audit. {This shall be calendared under Director's Report during the hearing of June 21, 2001, which will allow for public comment.}

- There have been a lot of discussions at the BOS regarding the budget for the Planning Department. She would like the Director to reiterate the importance of this budget to the BOS since there are 3 Supervisors who are very concerned about the Planning process of their districts: Sup. Maxwell, Sup. Daly and Sup. Sandoval. {This shall be calendared for a hearing during July 2001.}

President TheoharIs: - She saw the BOS meeting on Monday and read an article in the newspaper about the rezoning of Rincon Hill. One of the Supervisors mentioned that the Planning Commission was approving this project and the Supervisor was disturbed. The Commission has not been presented this project. There should be an Environmental Impact Report done and then a hearing will be scheduled to receive input from the public. She wanted to clarify this to the public and asked Director Green to help the Commission clarify this to the public. She would like the Director to get in touch with Sup. Daly to obtain any names of people who might want to receive the Environmental Reports.

C. DIRECTOR'S REPORT

9. Director's Announcements

- Controller's Audit: This shall be calendared under Director's Report during the hearing of June 21, 2001--which will allow for public comment

- Resolution sponsored by the Supervisors: This shall be calendared for a hearing during July 2001.

- Rincon Hill: The Department will continue to reach out and communicate with Sup. Daly regarding the meetings that have been held during the last 5 years.

The ZA mentioned that the department needs to listen carefully to what the residents are saying.

10. Review of Past Week's Events at the Board of Supervisors and Board of Appeals

B of S: - 19th and Oakwood – Continued matter for 2 weeks to allow the project sponsor to be present at the hearing. The Board of Supervisors considered a

- modification/compromise lead by Sup. Leno.

- On 5/17 staff made a presentation on IPZ, Planning Commission asked for further information

B of A: - 1800 Mission Street – Adopted conditions of approval proposed by CPC –Unanimously

- 129 Randall Street – Overturned CPC decision.

- 2838 Washington Street – Uphold CPC decision

-      Smith Kettlewell Institute – Who will interpret a motion that adopted by this Commission in 1966?. After consulting with the City Attorney it is the Zoning Administrator jurisdiction to do it.

-      Planning Commission asked for an interpretation. Zoning Administrator informed the counsel for the project sponsor, and the counsel for the neighbors concerned about it. Zoning Administrator gave a week to submit brief or discussion, before he issues a letter of determination

D. REGULAR CALENDAR

11. 2001.0126Q (DiBARTOLO: 558-6291)

120 WETMORE STREET - east side between Washington and Clay Streets, Lot 34 in Assessor’s Block 212, five-unit residential condominium conversion subdivision in an RM-3 (Residential, Mixed, Medium-Density) District. The proposal is to change the existing building to a condominium form of ownership and does not involve expansion, alteration, or demolition of the existing building.

Preliminary Recommendation: Approval

SPEAKER (S): None

ACTION: Approved

AYES: Theoharis, Fay, Baltimore, Chinchilla, Joe, Lim

ABSENT: Salinas

MOTION No. 16170

12a. 2000.1006CV (BRESSANUTTI: 575-6892)

2516-2524 MISSION STREET - west side between 21st and 22nd Streets, Lot 61 in Assessor’s Block 3616. Request for Conditional Use Authorization to demolish fire-damaged residential uses per Section 712.39 of the Planning Code, to establish a Tourist Hotel use per Section 712.55, an Administrative Service use per Section 712.70 and a Small Self-Service Restaurant use per Section 781.5, and to establish non-residential uses over 5,999 square feet in area per Section 712.21, in an NC-3 (Moderate Scale Neighborhood Commercial) District, the Mission Street Fast-Food Sub district, the Mission Alcoholic Beverage Special Use District and 65-B Height and Bulk District, and a RH-3 (Residential, House, Three-Family) District and 50-X Height and Bulk District. The proposal is to demolish an existing fire-damaged mixed-use building containing nine vacant residential hotel units and approximately 5,200 square feet of retail space, and to construct in its place a new five-story-over-basement, mixed-use building. The proposed building would contain an up to 999 square foot Self-Service Restaurant use and an up to 7,780 square foot Full Service Restaurant use at the basement level and ground floor, 4,963 square feet of Administrative Service office use on the second floor, nine Residential Hotel units on the third floor to replace the existing units, 12 Group Housing units on the third and fourth floors, and an 11-room Tourist Hotel on the fifth floor. No off-street parking would be provided.

Preliminary Recommendation: Approval with conditions

SPEAKER (S):

(+) Gus Morad, Property Owner

- Would like this project to be approved and would like to be able to help the people who

lost their homes in the fire

- Hopes the Commission will approve this project

(+) Brett Gladstone

-          Willing to put in a condition regarding the administration services space, willing to put in a 20% discount off what the market rate is at the time of certification of completion and occupancy is issued.

-          Two realtors, whom the Department/client will choose, will submit to the Department the market value figures at that time

-          Parking will not be a problem

(+) Toby Levy, Project Architect

-          Gave a description of the project

(+) Luis Granados

-          The neighborhood has been in need of a building of this kind

- It will be affordable for working class people

-          A parking requirement is not necessary because of the transportation nearby.

-          A good project for the Mission District

-          Project should be approved with the conditions exclusively stated.

(+) Richard Marques, Mission Agenda and the Mission SRO Collaborative

- Provide affordable housing for the people that was affected by the fire

- Would help to enhance the neighborhood

- What happened to the other 9 tenants that were burned out of these units?

- Further accountability and proper appropriate management standards for these SRO units have to be put in place and watched.

-          There is an incredible amount of need for SRO housing

(+) Gabriel Metcalf, Deputy Director of SPUR

-          We believe this is a good project

- A lot of SROs that are burned out are hard to be replaced

- This developer has found a way to help the people who lost their homes.

-          This is a textbook-planning example--where new parking should be part of it, especially in this City that has a huge parking crisis.

-          Urged the Commission to support it.

(+) Leah Shaham

-          This is a type of project where parking should be an issue

-          This type of project needs a variance

-          This is good for the City

-          We need the housing, but what we do not need to worsen our streets

- Urged to approve

(+) Elizabeth Sullivan

-          Urged the Commission to approve the project

(+) Anthony, Student at Mission Language Vocational School

- More job opportunities for the community

(+) Janeldi, Student at Mission Language Vocational School

- Support the project

(+) Eliza Dias, Student at Mission Language Vocational School

- Support project

(+) Magdalena Campos

- City should provide more job opportunities

(+) Rosanna Vasquez

-          This will not only help the business owners, it will also help the different communities

(+) George Lopez

- Supports project

(+) Rosario Anaya, Director of Mission Language Vocational School

- Supports project

ACTION: Approved with conditions:

Exempt from Federal tax pursuant to Section 501© of the Internal Revenue

Code and at a below market rate rental amount equal to no more than 80 percent of the market rate rents at the time of execution of the lease agreement. Market rate rents shall be determined by two real estate agents, one each chosen by the Project Sponsor and the Department.

AYES: Theoharis, Fay, Baltimore, Chinchilla, Joe, Lim

ABSENT: Salinas

MOTION No. 16171

12b. 2000.1006CV (BRESSANUTTI: 575-6892)

2516-2524 MISSION STREET - west side between 21st and 22nd Streets, Lot 61 in Assessor’s Block 3616 – Request for a parking variance to allow the construction of a new mixed-use building without the 49 off-street parking spaces required by Sections 150-151 of the Planning Code.

Public hearing closed. ZONING ADMININSTRATOR Granted the variance subject to conditions to be determineD

13. 2000.427C (CHIN: 575-6897)

2201 VAN NESS AVENUE - northeast corner at Broadway; Lots 007, in Assessor’s Block 570. Request for Conditional Use Authorization pursuant to Section 209.6 of the Planning Code to install a total of three antennas and a base transceiver station on an existing four-story building as part of Sprint's wireless telecommunications network in an RC-3 (Residential Commercial, Medium Density) District and a 80-A/80-D Height and Bulk District. As per the Wireless Telecommunications Guidelines, the subject property is a preference 4.

Preliminary Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

PROJECT WITHDRAWN

14a. 2000.259EKXV (NIKITAS: 558-6306)

421 TURK STREET - south side between Hyde and Larkin Streets, Lot 17 in Assessor’s Block 346. Determination of shadow impact pursuant to Section 295 for a proposal to construct an eight-story apartment building with 29 affordable dwelling units in a C-3-G (Downtown General Commercial) District and an 80-X Height and Bulk District. The project casts new shadow on lands under the jurisdiction of the Recreation and Park Department. The Planning Commission must determine, following review and comment by the General Manager of the Recreation and Park Department, in consultation with the Recreation and Park Commission, whether shadows cast by the project on the Turk-Hyde Mini-Park are significant and adverse.

Preliminary recommendation: Shadow impacts are not significant and adverse.

SPEAKER (S):

(+) Chris Reyes, Project Sponsor

- 100% affordable housing units benefiting families

- It will be a family oriented building

- Our purpose is to integrate with the services already in existence

in the community

-    In addition to the residential attributes, there will on-site services geared toward school age youth

-    This housing development would be a vehicle toward involvement, not only of the residents of the community, but also with citizens in other communities

(+) Marvis Philips

- We support and endorse this project

ACTION: Approved

AYES: Theoharis, Fay, Baltimore, Chinchilla, Joe, Lim

ABSENT: Salinas

MOTION No. 16172

14b. 2000.259EKXV (MILLER: 558-6344)

421 TURK STREET - south side between Hyde and Larkin Streets, Lot 17 in Assessor’s Block 346. Request for Determination of Compliance pursuant to Section 309 with respect to a proposal to construct an eight-story apartment building with 34 affordable dwelling units, involving an exception to the rear-yard standards of the Planning Code (Section 134, et seq.) in a C-3-G (Downtown General Commercial) District and an 80-X Height and Bulk District. The proposed project is also the subject of a requested Variance (Case No. 2000.259EKXV) of the Planning Code standards for Dwelling-Unit Exposure (Section 140). Following Advertisement and Notification for this project, the Sponsor has proposed a reduction in units to 29 total, and a reduction in off-street parking spaces from nine to seven, and the addition of accessory space to be used for job counseling, all within the previously submitted building envelope.

Preliminary recommendation: Approval with conditions.

SPEAKER (S): Same as 14a

ACTION: Approved as amended:

Final plans in general conformity with  Exhibit B. Plans on file with the application shall be reviewed and approved by the staff of the Department prior to the issuance of any Building Permit for the Project. Within the limits of project design as specified in the terms of the funding agreement, the Applicant shall continue to work with Department staff and interested neighborhood stakeholders to modify, if feasible, the Project design toward the end of reducing shadowing impacts on the Turk-Hyde Mini-Park.

AYES: Theoharis, Fay, Baltimore, Chinchilla, Joe, Lim

ABSENT: Salinas

MOTION NO. 16173

14c. 2000.259EKXV (MILLER: 558-6344)

421 TURK STREET - south side between Hyde and Larkin Streets, Lot 17 in Assessor’s Block 346. Dwelling-unit exposure variance sought in conjunction with the construction of an eight-story apartment building with 34 affordable dwelling units, also involving a requested exception from the rear-yard standards of the Planning Code pursuant to Code Sections 134, et seq., and 309, in a C-3-G (Downtown General Commercial) District and an 80-X Height and Bulk District.

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR CLOSED PUBLIC HEARING AND GRANTED THE

VARIANCE

E. SPECIAL DISCRETIONARY REVIEW HEARING

At Approximately 3:53 PM the Planning Commission convened into a Special Discretionary Review (DR) Hearing to hear and act on Discretionary Review matters.

15. 2001.0342D (CABREROS: 558-6169)

148 - 7TH AVENUE - between Lake and California Streets, Lot 033 in Assessor's Block 1366, request for Discretionary Review of Building Permit Application No. 2001/01/10/9544, proposing to construct a third-story and a rear extension to the existing building. The proposed addition occurs within the permitted building envelope in an RH-2 (Residential, House, Two-Family) District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

Preliminary Recommendation: Do not take Discretionary Review and approve as submitted.

SPEAKER (S):

(-) James Coy, Attorney for DR Requestor

- Increases the fire hazards

- Work had been done illegally

- It would be an enormous impact in the neighborhood

- Would block the light to my 79 year old disabled client

- This also would have a terrible impact on the affordable housing in the neighborhood

- The neighbors are not in favor of this

- Asked that discretionary review be granted

(-) Laura Newman

- Rich people are taking what has been my home for many years

- This will take the light from my windows

- This has caused me a lot of stress

- Would loose my privacy

(+) Gustav Carlson, Project Sponsor

- Gave a description of the project

(+) Jeff Bennett, property owner

- Wants to stay in San Francisco and raise his family

- Changes we would like to make are very minimal

- We are preserving the character of the neighborhood

(+) Santa Bulkin

- Our contracting company philosophy is to respect other people's property

- As a contractor, I go out of my way to maintain a clean site

ACTION: Approved

AYES: Theoharis, Fay, Baltimore, Chinchilla, Joe, Lim

ABSENT: Salinas

16. 2001.0233D (WOLOSHYN: 558-6612)

2349 FRANKLIN STREET – west side, between Broadway and Vallejo Street; Lot 002 in Assessor’s Block 0569. Staff-Initiated Discretionary Review of Building Permit Application Number 2000-1129-6746, proposing to reduce the legal number of dwelling units from 4 to 2, in an RM-3 (Residential Mixed, Medium Density) District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

Preliminary Recommendation: Take Discretionary Review and approve with conditions

SPEAKER (S):

(-) Peggy Golub, Property Owner

- Bought this property about a year ago. We plan to make this our home and raise our family

- In reducing these units, they are reducing the units available for rent

- When they purchased the property, the top floor was in a dilapidate state and was inhabitable

- Urged the Commission to approve the project application

ACTION: Approved with conditions:

o        Legal dwelling units should be reduce from 4 to 3

o        Authorized the removal of the basement unit--which was taken out by the former owner without a permit

o        Disallowed any further conversion of the second floor unit

AYES: Theoharis, Fay, Baltimore, Chinchilla, Joe, Lim

ABSENT: Salinas

F. PUBLIC COMMENT

At this time, members of the public may address the Commission on items of interest to

The public that are within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Commission except agenda items. With respect to agenda items, your opportunity to address the Commission will be afforded when the item is reached in the meeting with one exception. When the agenda item has already been reviewed in a public hearing at which members of the public were allowed to testify and the Commission has closed the public hearing, your opportunity to address the Commission must be exercised during the Public Comment portion of the Calendar. Each member of the public may address the Commission for up to three minutes.

The Brown Act forbids a commission from taking action or discussing any item not appearing on the posted agenda, including those items raised at public comment. In response to public comment, the commission is limited to:

(1) responding to statements made or questions posed by members of the public; or

(2) requesting staff to report back on a matter at a subsequent meeting; or

(3) directing staff to place the item on a future agenda. (Government Code Section 54954.2(a))

Patricia Vaughey:

-              Update on Touchless carwash: In violation of conditions of approval

-              Rico Way: It has been 3 weeks without the neighbors having an opportunity to see any drawings

-              2645 Baker Street: Does not follow the Cow Hollow Design Guidelines

Adjournment: 4: 38 p.m.

THE DRAFT MINUTES WERE PROPOSED FOR ADOPTION AT THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION ON THURSDAY, July 12, 2001.

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