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December 9, 2004

December 9, 2004

SAN FRANCISCO
PLANNING COMMISSION

Meeting Minutes

Commission Chambers - Room 400
City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place

Thursday, December 9, 2004

1:30 PM

Regular Meeting

COMMISSIONERS PRESENT: Dwight Alexander; Michael J. Antonini, Shelley Bradford Bell,
Kevin Hughes, Sue Lee; William L. Lee, Christina Olague

COMMISSIONERS ABSENT: None

THE MEETING WAS CALLED TO ORDER BY PRESIDENT BRADFORD BELL AT 1:40 p.m.

STAFF IN ATTENDANCE: Dean Macris - Interim Director of Planning; Larry Badiner - Zoning Administrator; Jim Miller; Glenn Cabreros; Rick Crawford; David Alumbaugh; Joshua Switzky; Nora Priego - Transcription Secretary; Linda Avery - Commission Secretary

A. CONSIDERATION OF ITEMS PROPOSED FOR CONTINUANCE

      The Commission will consider a request for continuance to a later date. The Commission may choose to continue the item to the date proposed below, to continue the item to another date, or to hear the item on this calendar.

          1. 2004.1169C (C. NIKITAS: (415) 558-6306)

          1251 THOMAS AVENUE - west side between Ingalls and Hawes Streets, Lot 030, in Assessor's Block 4807 - Request for Conditional Use authorization to operate a fenced vehicle storage yard and towing business as defined in Sections 223(t) & (u), pursuant to Section 249.15(b)(2), located on a site in an M-1 (Light Industrial) zoning district and the Restricted Light Industrial Special Use District and a 40-X height and bulk district.

            Preliminary Recommendation: Pending

            (Proposed for Continuance to January 6, 2004)January 20, 2005

          SPEAKER(S): None

          ACTION: Without hearing, item continued to January 20, 2004.

          AYES: Antonini, Alexander, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, W. Lee

          ABSENT: Olague

B. COMMISSIONERS' QUESTIONS AND MATTERS

      2. Commission Comments/Questions

          Commissioner W. Lee:

          Re: Hunter's Point Shipyard project

          - This project was heard last week.

          - The next day after the case was approved, there was an article in the newspaper stating that many of the speakers who testified on this case received $10.00 for their testimony.

          - To his understanding those who were paid did not testify.

          - Those people did not have any bearing on their (the Commission's) vote to approve the project.

          Re: Cases at the Planning Department

          - He received information from sponsors stating that some projects have been filed with payment since June and these have still not been assigned a planner.

          - He wants to know how many projects have been filed with payment and have not been assigned a planner.

C. DIRECTOR'S REPORT

      3. Director's Announcements

          Re: Balboa Plan from Better Neighborhoods

          - The RFP is out and the closing date for that is December 28, 2004. Staff will hold interviews and make a selection by January 7, 2005.

          Re: Merging of Computers between DBI and Planning

          - It is important to do this efficiently.

          - There was a meeting last week to prepare for taking the first steps of this merger.

          - This housekeeping matter will improve the computer systems.

          - A third party will be hired to analyze both systems and determine how they should be merged.

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

          BOS -

          Land Use Committee

          Re: Haight Street Neighborhood Commercial District

          - The Committee supported legislation that imposes Conditional Use on formula retail in the Haight Street Neighborhood Commercial District. The Committee voted unanimously to recommend this legislation to the full Board of Supervisors.

          Re: Hunters Point Redevelopment Plan

          - This had its first reading last Tuesday and will have its second reading this coming Tuesday.

          Re: Interim Controls on Lower Potrero Hill and Showplace Square

          - This item was also unanimously recommended to the full Board but with a few changes:

          1) Projects in the pipeline prior to November 23, 2004, will be allowed to continue with their environmental review; 2) ensure that there is a draft EIR by December 1, 2005; 3) hold committee hearings every eight weeks on the Department's progress and two weeks prior to these committee hearings the Department must submit a detailed progress report; 4) To update the 1998 economic analysis. Staff has told the Board that this analysis will be completed in 90 days. This analysis will be incorporated into the Land Use Analysis of San Francisco's diverse PDR sectors in lower Potrero Hill.

          Re: Ordinance to Recover Costs for EIRs:

          - This item went to the Finance Committee.

          - It is now sponsored by Supervisor McGoldrick.

          - This ordinance sets up a process where the total cost incurred by the Department in preparing an area plan, including the cost of an EIR, is associated with that area plan. The total cost of that area plan is then divided by the number of the maximum build out alternatives analyzed in the EIR.

          - The hope is to recover 100%.

          BOA -

          Re: 144 Willard North Street

          - The Commission heard this on May 27, 2004.

          - The Commission disapproved the project.

          - The Board of Appeals voted to overturn the Commission's denial.

          Re: Explanation of DBI Code on fire escapes

          - He has requested this information from DBI. It will be in Commissioner's packets next week.

D. GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT - 15 MINUTES

      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. Each member of the public may address the Commission for up to three minutes.

          Bob Wheeler

          Re: Board of Appeals item

          - He attended the Board of Appeals meeting last night.

          - He testified and made a request for jurisdiction for the property under construction at 193 Lower Terrace.

          - The Board acknowledged that there was a problem and will be researching this week.

          - He is requesting that the two building permits that have been issued be suspended and that a third permit be filed for the work underway.

          - The neighbors have not had a chance to voice their concerns about the true scope of the construction.

          - The building currently under construction violates the Planning Code. The neighbors have a right to know the true scope of work.

          David Cornheim - Central City Progressive

          - The MTA is suggesting a parcel tax.

          - People are very concerned with the widening of MLK Drive.

          - Criminal action should be taken against the people who were paid to testify for the Hunter's Point Shipyard projects.

          - He would like to see the legislation on chain stores approved.

          - He and many neighbors are against the Albertson's on Fulton and Masonic.

          - He proposes a ban on this site because there should not be chain stores.

          Kate White

          Re: Dean Macris

          - She welcomed Dean Macris to the Department and thanked him for accepting the position.

          Re: 18th and Alabama

          - She asked for the status of this project.

          - The Housing Coalition endorsed this project because it is in a transit rich location. The project includes a large PDR component and has extensive neighborhood support.

          - The failure of Proposition A has left affordable housing with the question of whether it can be funded.

          - Citizens Housing has a deadline and she is concerned that the EIR will delay the project.

          - This project has tremendous consensus. Citizens Housing has a great track record.

          - She encouraged the Commission to find out about this.

          Commissioner Olague:

          - She asked staff about the status of this project.

            Acting Director Macris responded:

            - Staff is trying to find out a way to move this project forward.

            - Staff will provide information on the status of this project next week.

E. PUBLIC COMMENT ON AGENDA ITEMS WHERE THE PUBLIC HEARING HAS BEEN CLOSED

      At this time, members of the public who wish to address the Commission on agenda items that have already been reviewed in a public hearing at which members of the public were allowed to testify and the public hearing has been closed, must do so at this time. Each member of the public may address the Commission for up to three minutes.

      Re: 1353-1355 Bush Street and 835 Hyde Street

      Randy Shaw - Director of the Tenderloin Housing Clinic

      - This is a very important project to approve.

      - He hopes that the Commission will approve the project.

      David Brown

      - He has discussed his issues with the project sponsor.

      - He hopes that the Commission will not approve the project.

      - He discovered that there was construction work going on after 10:00 p.m.

      - The music on the alley can still be heard.

      - He urged the Commission to not approve this project.

      Patricia Glasky

      - She lives on Post Street.

      - She requested denial for this project at this location.

      Karla Rossi - Property Manager of a Building on Sutter Street

      - She is opposed to the project because of the noise.

      - No one has talked to her and no one has left her a note.

      - She also has seen construction work going on.

      Robert Garcia - Save Our Streets

      - This project should be turned down.

      - The neighborhood is saturated.

      - It does not make sense. This project has not been well thought out.

      Robert Pender - SF Tenants Network

      - He is here to support all the projects that increase housing.

      Michael Yarne - Farella, Braun and Martel

      - He requested a continuance and has submitted a letter on the matter.

      - The project sponsor is willing to work so that this project receives neighborhood support.

      Sue Hestor - Speaking for Alliance Frances

      - She will agree to the continuance

      - The project sponsor should take all the issues that the neighbors have very seriously.

      - Musicians are very noisy so this needs to be dealt with.

    CONSIDERATION OF FINDINGS AND FINAL ACTION - PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED

5a. 2004.0130CV (J. MILLER: (415) 558-6344)

          1353-1355 BUSH STREET - south side between Larkin and Polk Streets, with additional frontage on Fern Street, Lot 13 in Assessor's Block 669, in an the Polk Street Neighborhood Commercial District ("NCD") and a 65-A Height and Bulk District - Request for Conditional Use authorization for use size in excess of 3,000 square feet for a music training facility ("Music City"), with a Full-Service Restaurant and Bar with live entertainment, open after hours (between 2:00 and 6:00 A.M.) also requiring a Variance for off-street parking and usable open space for an upper-floor group-housing use.

          Preliminary Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

          (Continued from Regular Meeting November 18, 2004)

          NOTE: On July 22, 2004, following public testimony, the Commission continued the matter to September 23, 2004 instructing the Project Sponsor to continue discussing issues with neighbors. Public comment remained open.

          NOTE: On September 23, 2004, without a hearing, the item was continued to October 28, 2004.

          NOTE: On October 28, 2004, without a hearing, the item was continued to November 18, 2004.

          NOTE: On November 18, 2004, the Commission entertained a motion of intent to disapprove by a vote +6-0. Commissioner William Lee was absent. Final Language: December 9, 2004.

          SPEAKER(S): None

          ACTION: Tabled at the call of the Chair.

          5b. 2002.0130CV (J. MILLER: (415) 558-6344)

                1353-1355 BUSH STREET - south side between Larkin and Polk Streets, with additional frontage on Fern Street, Lot 13 in Assessor's Block 669, in the Polk Street Neighborhood Commercial District ("NCD") and a 65-A Height and Bulk District - Off-Street Parking and Usable Open Space Variances sought in conjunction with the conversion of existing tourist hotel rooms to group housing (residential hotel rooms) and for a Full-service Restaurant and Bar and music training facility ("Music City") with no off-street parking and no outdoor open area.

                (Continued from Regular Meeting of November 18, 2004)

                NOTE: The Acting Zoning Administrator continued this item to September 23, 2004. Public comment remained open.

                NOTE: On September 23, 2004, without a hearing, the item was continued to October 28, 2004.

                NOTE: On October 28, 2004, without a hearing, the item was continued to November 18, 2004.

                NOTE: On November 18, 2004, the Zoning Administrator closed the Public Hearing with an intent to disapprove the Variance. Final Language: December 9, 2004.

          SPEAKERS(S): None

          ACTION: Zoning Administrator continued the item indefinitely.

          6. 2002.0129C (J. MILLER: (415) 558-6344)

                835 HYDE STREET - west side between Bush and Sutter Streets, Lot 3 in Assessor's Block 279, in an RC-4 (Residential Commercial Combined, High Density) District and a 130-E Height and Bulk District - Request for a Conditional Use authorization for a Tourist Hotel (conversion of 31 "residential" hotel rooms, being consolidated at another location, to "tourist" rooms) with no off-street parking.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

                (Continued from Regular Meeting November 18, 2004)

                NOTE: On July 22, 2004, following public testimony, the Commission continued the matter to September 23, 2004 instructing the Project Sponsor to continue discussing issues with neighbors. Public comment remained open.

                NOTE: On September 23, 2004, without a hearing, the item was continued to October 28, 2004.

                NOTE: On October 28, 2004, without a hearing, the item was continued to November 18, 2004.

                NOTE: On November 18, 2004, the Commission entertained a motion of intent to disapprove by a vote +6-0. Commissioner William Lee was absent. Final Language December 9, 2004.

          SPEAKER(S): None

          ACTION: Approved

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Hughes, W. Lee, Olague, S. Lee, Bradford Bell

          MOTION: 16903

G. REGULAR CALENDAR

          7. 2004.0683D (G. CABREROS: (415) 558-6169)

          2812 WASHINGTON STREET - north side between Divisadero and Scott Streets, Lot 012 in Assessor's Block 0979 - Mandatory Discretionary Review, under the Planning Commission's policy requiring review of dwelling unit mergers, of Building Permit Application 2004.05.12.3625 proposing to reduce five dwelling units to three units within a four-story building 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 the Merger.

          (Continued from Regular Meeting of October 28, 2004)

          SPEAKER(S):

          (+) Alexander Sidle

          - He has been the owner of the building for over 20 years.

          - The building was originally constructed as a single-family home.

          - The building is vacant.

          - Several years ago the building had significant damage because of construction work done to an adjacent building.

          - Work to restore the building will be done at the time of the construction for the merger.

          - The architectural integrity of the building will be retained.

          ACTION: Did not take Discretionary Review and approved the merger.

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, S. Lee; W. Lee, Olague

          NAYES: Hughes

          8. 2004.1103D (R. CRAWFORD: (415) 558-6358)

          849 SANCHEZ STREET - East side of Sanchez Street at Hill Street. Assessor's Block 3620 Lot 049 - Request for Discretionary Review of Building Permit Application No. 2004.0723.9652, to fill in an 8.5 foot by 17 foot recess on front façade of the building in an RH-1 (Residential House, One Family) District, and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

          Preliminary Recommendation: Do Not Take Discretionary Review and Approve the Project.

          SPEAKER(S):

          (-) Don Wilson - Discretionary Review Requestor

          - This house has been sited for absolute beauty.

          - The City is currently working on a Draft Preservation Element for the General Plan.

          - Because of the beauty of this house, it will definitely be included in the Preservation Element.

          - The project consists of major exterior changes that will eliminate the beauty of the house.

          - The expansion plans will double the square footage of the house.

          - It seems that the word compromise is not being considered by the Project Sponsor.

          - This project should not be approved.

          (-) Web Hill

          - He has lived in the area for about 45 years.

          - This house has significant architectural value and he would like to see that the exterior of the house is not changed.

          - Some form of compromise should be considered.

          (-) Lester Thayer

          - He has lived in the area for 22 years.

          - If this project is approved, it will make the subject house abut the house next door.

          - This house is quite popular and many people have stopped to photograph it.

          (-) Clair (last name unclear)

          - Style, beauty and grace are an important part of San Francisco.

          - This corner is visited quite often. Movies are filmed there.

          - Boxes seem to be built more often.

          - The project would allow significant exterior changes and this would be a loss.

          - She has tried to speak to the project sponsor but there have been no agreements.

          (-) Monika Henschke, MD

          - She lives on Sanchez Street.

          - She is very disheartened about this project.

          - Style, beauty and grace are very important to San Francisco.

          - This house is mentioned in a lot of tourist books of the City.

          - Adding two bays would change the entire look of the house.

          (+) Steve Gray

          - There is an illegal unit at this house that needs to be removed.

          - The owner wants to add space to the house.

          - The project sponsor has spent two years to come to a final design.

          - They have done everything possible to maintain the design style.

          - He requested that the Commission deny the Discretionary Review.

          (+) Bruce McKenzie

          - He has known the project sponsors for many years.

          - He has seen the designs.

          - He lives one door down and has no problems with the design.

          ACTION: Did not take Discretionary Review and approved the project

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, W. Lee, Olague

          9. 2004.1223D (M. SNYDER: (415) 575-6891)

                369 HARKNESS AVENUE - south side between Rutland and Goettingen, Lot 046 in Assessor's Block 6177, - Staff Initiated Discretionary Review of Building Permit Application No. 2004.06.07.5742 proposing to construct a two-story horizontal addition at the rear, within a RH-1 (Residential House, One-family) District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

          Preliminary Recommendation: Take Discretionary Review and Approve Project with Modifications.

          SPEAKER(S): None

          ACTION: Without hearing, item continued to January 13, 2005.

          AYES: Alexander, Hughes, S. Lee, W. Lee, Olague

          ABSENT: Antonini and Bradford Bell

          10. 2004.0882 EMZRU (D. ARGUMEDO: (415) 558-6284)

          HUNTERS POINT SHIPYARD REDEVELOPMENT PLAN - Lot 10 in Assessor's Block 4591A - Request for Adoption of a Motion authorizing the Planning Department to enter into an Inter Agency Cooperation Agreement with the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency and other City Departments to assist in reviewing permits, approvals and agreements within the Hunters Point Shipyard Redevelopment Area.

      Preliminary Recommendation: Approve Draft Motion

          (Continued from Regular Meeting of December 2, 2004)

          SPEAKER(S):

          (+) Joan Sakaya - Redevelopment Agency

          - She is available for questions.

          (+) Robert Foster - Founding Member of the Bay View Rotary

          - He is very concerned about the Hunters Pont Bay View communities.

          - He urges the Commission to expedite the process and break ground.

          (+) Will Bass

          - He hopes that the Commission will move this to the next level. This has been going on for many years.

          - There are a lot of people who need these jobs.

          (+) Ellouise Patton - Young Community Developers

          - This project will provide many opportunities to many people.

          - This creates a base for economic enhancement.

          - She encouraged the Commission to look in favor of this project.

          (+) Azalia Merrell - United Brotherhood of Carpenters

          - She would very much like to see this project approved.

          - This is a very important project for the neighborhood. It will enable them to progress economically.

          - This project will allow the first-time apprentices to afford the homes.

          (+) Jim Salinas - Carpenter's Union

          - He has been involved in the discussions and is delighted to say that the discussions are going well.

          - This project means good things for the residents of the Hunters Point Bay View area.

          - He requested from the Commission move this project forward.

          ACTION: Approved with the following amendment: Add the following to the draft Resolution: Further Resolved: that the approval of this interagency cooperation agreement is with the understanding that it applies only to the Phase I area.

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Hughes, S. Lee, W. Lee, Olague

          EXCUSED: Bradford Bell

          MOTION: 16908

          11. 2004.0882U D. ARGUMEDO: (415) 558-6284), S. SHOTLAND: (415) 558-6308)

                DESIGN FOR DEVELOPMENT, HUNTERS POINT SHIPYARD REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT - Proposed endorsement of amendments to the Design for Development, Hunters Point Shipyard Redevelopment Project, endorsed by the Planning Commission by Resolution No. 14447 on August 28, 1997.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Endorsement

          SPEAKER(S): Same as those listed for Item 10.

          ACTION: Approved endorsement

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Hughes, S. Lee, W. Lee, Olague

          EXCUSED: Bradford Bell

          MOTION: 16904

          12a. 2004.055EMR (D. ARGUMEDO: (415) 558-6284)

                TRANSBAY REDEVELOPMENT PLAN - All, or portions of, Assessor's Blocks 3718, 3719, 3720, 3721, 3736, 3737, 3738, 3739, 3740, 3749 and 3764; being generally the area bounded by Mission, Main, Folsom and Second Streets, together with a portion of the block bounded by Howard, Spear, Folsom and Main Streets, and a portion of the block bounded by Folsom, First, Harrison and Second Streets. The Commission will consider a resolution to Adopt CEQA Findings regarding General Plan Amendments, and a General Plan Referral related to the Transbay Redevelopment Project.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Approve the Draft Resolution Adopting CEQA Findings

          SPEAKER(S):

          (+) Maria Ayerdi - Executive Director of the Transbay Joint Powers Board

          - The project will benefit various cities in the Bay Area. It will improve air quality, etc.

          - The project will build a new neighborhood where currently there is surface parking.

          - There will be six levels to the development.

          - The new terminal will change the face of San Francisco.

          (+) Mike Grisso - Project Manager

          - This plan will generate hundreds of millions of dollars.

          - This project will create a new neighborhood.

          - This project has engaged in an extensive community process.

          - The new neighborhood will have nearly 3,400 homes surrounding the new Transbay Terminal.

          - The new neighborhood will be transit-oriented.

          - All new housing will separate the parking cost from residential units.

          - He hopes that the Commission will approve this project.

          (+) Howard Strassner - Sierra Club

          - They support this project.

          - They support the zero requirements for parking.

          - These are great projects but the parking should be reduced.

          (+) Hope Whitney - Farella, Braun and Martel

          - The Transbay documents that will be official and controlling will be cleaned up.

          - She requested that the Commission require staff to confirm that the Design for Development is not a controlling document and that the Commission's action will not give the Design for Development any legal status.

          (+) Paul Radulovich - Transportation for a Livable City

          - Many aspects of this plan are extraordinary.

          - The parking ratio should go down.

          - There is certainly a market for units without parking.

          (+) Peter Hartman

          - He lives on one side of the project.

          - There are various risks like financing, marketability, etc.

          - Context, this project plans something new for San Francisco.

          (+) Clark Manus

          - This process has been going on since 1994.

          - He encouraged the Commission to stay with the opportunities that this project brings and move forwarded.

          - He is very anxious to see people use transit and walk.

          (+) Reed Bement - Transbay CAC

          - He lives on Folsom Street.

          - He has an office in the Transbay area.

          - He urged the Commission to support the matters today and move this forward.

          - He urged the Commission to pass the matters today.

          (+) Robert Meyers - Transbay CAC

          - He has been serving on the Transbay Citizens Advisory Committee since 1992.

          - He strongly supports the measures before the Commission.

          - People own cars in California. Many people will walk to work but on the weekends people will use their cars.

          - He supports the parking measures for this project.

          (+) Norman Rolf - San Francisco Tomorrow/Member of the Transbay CAC.

          - He has been a member of the Transbay CAC for the past 12 years.

          - This is a very important project.

          - Regarding parking: the way it is set up is the maximum.

          - City Car share is going to be a part of all this.

          - There is a good possibility that parking could be reduced.

          - This project is going to be a great addition to the City.

          (+) Azalia Merrill

          - She is a carpenter and a native San Franciscan.

          - This project allows carpenters to find work but also for the Union to work together with apprenticeship organizations.

          - Once people are employed, they receive weeklong trainings every four to six months for a period of four years.

          - Her first job through the City is why she became a successful carpenter.

          ACTION: Approved

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, W. Lee, Olague

          RESOLUTION: 16905

          12b. 2004.055EMR (D. ARGUMEDO: (415) 558-6284)

                TRANSBAY REDEVELOPMENT PLAN - All, or portions of, Assessor's Blocks 3718, 3719, 3720, 3721, 3736, 3737, 3738, 3739, 3740, 3749 and 3764; being generally the area bounded by Mission, Main, Folsom and Second Streets, together with a portion of the block bounded by Howard, Spear, Folsom and Main Streets, and a portion of the block bounded by Folsom, First, Harrison and Second Streets. The Commission will consider a resolution to Adopt Proposed Amendments to the General Plan under Planning Code Sections 340 and 306.3 (b) (3). The proposed General Plan amendments include amendments to the Transportation, Recreation and Open Space, and Urban Design elements, and the Downtown, South of Market, and Rincon Hill Area Plans. The amendments are necessary to find in conformity the Redevelopment Plan for the Transbay Redevelopment Project Area. The Proposed amendments to the General Plan were initiated by the commission at a public hearing on November 18, 2004.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Approve the Draft Resolution

          SPEAKER(S): Same as those listed for Item 12a.

          ACTION: Approved

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, W. Lee, Olague

          RESOLUTION: 16906

          12c. 2004.055EMR (D. ARGUMEDO: (415) 558-6284)

                TRANSBAY REDEVELOPMENT PLAN - The General Plan Referral includes General Plan conformity findings on the Transbay Redevelopment Plan and its companion documents (the Development Controls and Design Guidelines, and the Design for Development).

                Preliminary Recommendation: Approve the Draft Resolution finding the Transbay Redevelopment Plan and its companion documents in conformity with the General Plan as amended.

          SPEAKER(S): Same as those listed for item 12a.

          ACTION: Approved

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, W. Lee

          NAYES: Olague

          RESOLUTION: 16907

          13. 2004.0632R (D. ARGUMEDO (415) 558-6284)

                WESTERN ADDITION REDEVELOPMENT PLAN, GENERAL PLAN REFERRAL ON - WESTERN ADDITION PROJECT AREA A-2 REDEVELOPMENT PLAN AMENDMENTS - Pursuant to Section 4.105 of the San Francisco Charter and Section 2A.53 of the San Francisco Administrative Code, Consideration of the General Plan Conformity findings of Amendments to the Western Addition Project Area A-2 Redevelopment Plan.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Approve the Draft Resolution finding the Amendments are, on balance, in conformity with the General Plan.

          SPEAKER(S): None

          NOTE: Item on calendar in error. Item will be heard on December 16, 2004.

          14. 2004.1132ZR (T. TAM: (415) 558-6325)

                2350-19th AVENUE - east side between Taraval and Santiago; Lot 004G in Assessor's Block 2347 - Request for a zoning map amendment to allow rezoning of the subject property from P (Public) to RH-2 (Residential House, Two-Family) District.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Approval

          SPEAKER(S):

          (-) Eileen Boken

          - She is not in agreement with this proposal.

          - She read a statement from the Golden Gate Beacon regarding this matter.

          - The City is looking at selling surplus property.

          - She believes that this property should stay as public use.

          ACTION: Approved

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, W. Lee, Olague

          RESOLUTION: 16909

          15. 2004.1132ZR (T. TAM: (415) 558-6325)

                2350-19th AVENUE - east side between Taraval and Santiago; Lot 004G in Assessor's Block 2347 - Request for a General Plan referral to allow rezoning of the subject property from P (Public) to RH-2 (Residential House, Two-Family) District and sale of the surplus property, with the proceeds deposited into the budget for the City.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Approval

          SPEAKER(S): Same as those listed for Item 14.

          ACTION: Approved

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, W. Lee, Olague

          RESOLUTION: 16910

          16. 2003.1263E (T. CHAN: (415) 558-5982)

                333 FREMONT STREET - Public Hearing on Draft Environmental Impact Report - Assessor's Block 3747, Lot 19 - The proposed project is an 85-foot-tall, eight-story, residential building of approximately 131,340 gross square feet (gsf) consisting of 88 dwelling units and about 88 underground parking spaces. Two existing two-story buildings on the site, which total approximately 30,417 square feet, would be demolished. The 329-333 Fremont Street building, constructed in approximately 1930, contains a basement level, which is accessible from a driveway on Zeno Place. The smaller, 347-349 Fremont Street Edwin W. Tucker & Co. building constructed in 1913 is a rated historic structure on the California Register of Historic Resources. The project site is located about mid-block on the eastern side of Fremont Street in the block bounded by Folsom, Fremont, Harrison, and Beale Streets. Vehicular access to the parking garage would be from Fremont Street on the northern side of the building. Pedestrian access would be from the south side of the building from a courtyard facing Fremont Street. The site is within the existing Rincon Hill Special Use District/Residential Sub-District, the RC-4 (Residential/Commercial High-Density) zoning district, and a 200-R height/bulk district, and within the proposed Rincon Hill Mixed Use District, and the proposed 350-R height/bulk district.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Receive Comments. No action required.

                Note: Written comments will be received at the Planning Department until 5:00 p.m. on December 14, 2004.

          SPEAKER(S):

          (+) Reed Bement - Rincon Hill Homeowners Association

          - His association has been involved with the development of Rincon Hill.

          - The plans are a result of a very open neighborhood process.

          - They do not agree with the entire plan. There is much of it that is good.

          - This project is pedestrian oriented.

          - The question of what height and bulk is acceptable in the Rincon Hill has not been answered.

          (+) Andrew Brooks - 201 Harrison Street/Baycrest Residential Association

          - The project does not include family units.

          - The EIR should provide for an alternative floor plan.

          - It is important that the family units be mapped as 3-bedroom units.

          - The project should allow owners the freedom to rent out the third unit as a stand alone 1 bedroom unit, until such time as the owner would need the third bedroom to accommodate an expanding family unit or other needs.

          - Housing for families is a crucial element in building a new community at Rincon Hill.

          (+) Richard Kaufman

          - He encouraged the Commission to approve this project.

          - The project provides much needed housing. It provides both private and public open space.

          - This project is not a tower.

          ACTION: No Action Required.

          17. 2003.0228E (N. TURRELL: (415) 558-5994)

                519 ELLIS STREET/430 EDDY STREET - Assessor's Block 0334, Lots 028 (south side between Hyde and Leavenworth Streets) and 008 (north side between Hyde and Leavenworth Streets) - Appeal of a Preliminary Mitigated Negative Declaration - The proposed project involves the development of 46 senior housing units on two separate lots. A five- story, 22- unit, 13,919 gross-square-foot (gsf) building would be constructed at 519 Ellis Street, and a five-story, 24-unit, 13,600-gsf building would be constructed at 430 Eddy Street. Each structure would be about 50-feet tall, and would include one off-street, accessible van parking space. Both of the vacant parcels are located in the block between Hyde and Leavenworth Streets in the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco. The 519 Ellis Street parcel is approximately 3,781 square feet (sf) in size, and the 430 Eddy Street parcel is about 3,575 sf in size. The proposed project would require conditional use authorization for construction over 40 feet in a residential district, and variances for rear yard and exposure requirements. Both parcels are in an RC-4 (Residential-Commercial Combined, High Density) District, an 80-T height and bulk district, the North of Market Residential Special Use District #2, and the San Francisco Apartment/Hotel District, an unadopted survey area.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Uphold Preliminary Mitigated Negative Declaration

                (Continued from Regular Meeting of December 2, 2004)

          SPEAKER(S): None

          ACTION: Upheld the Preliminary Negative Declaration

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, W. Lee, Olague

          MOTION: 16911

          18a. 2003.0228EKCV (K. AMDUR: (415) 558-6351)

                519 ELLIS STREET - south side between Hyde and Leavenworth Streets, Lot 028, in Assessor's Block 0334 - Determination of Compliance under the California Environmental Quality Act, as described in the Final Mitigated Negative Declaration dated October 16, 2004 for the development of 22 senior housing units on an existing vacant lot used as surface parking. A five- story, 22- unit, 13,919 gross-square-foot (gsf) building would be constructed at 519 Ellis Street. The structure would be about 50-feet tall, and would include one off-street, accessible van parking space. The proposed project would require conditional use authorization for construction over 40 feet in a residential district, and a variance from the rear yard and dwelling unit exposure requirements. The subject parcel is zoned RC-4 Residential-Commercial Combined Districts, High Density), is within the North of Market Residential Special Use District #2 and is in an 80-T height and bulk district.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Adopt the CEQA Findings

          SPEAKER(S): None

          ACTION: Approved adoption of CEQA findings.

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, W. Lee, Olague

          MOTION: 16912

          18b. 2003.0151EKCV (K. AMDUR: (415) 558- 6351)

                519 ELLIS STREET - south side between Hyde and Leavenworth Streets, Lot 028, in Assessor's Block 0334 - Request for a Conditional Use authorization for a building exceeding 40 feet in height, to construct a 5-story, approximately 47-foot tall building, with 22 senior affordable housing units and one parking space on the subject lot, currently used as a parking lot. Conditional Use authorization is required in this District for a building exceeding 40 feet in height. Requests for variances from rear yard and dwelling unit exposure requirements will be considered concurrently by the Zoning Administrator. The property is located in an RC-4 Zoning District, the North of Market Residential Special Use District #2, and an 80-T Bulk District.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

          SPEAKER(S): None

          ACTION: Approved with the following amended conditions of approval: delete item 1e and replace with the following language: 1e. That based upon the whole record, including the oral testimony presented to the Commission at the public hearing, and all other written materials submitted by all parties, the Commission hereby finds that the FMND reflects the independent judgment and analysis of the Commission, is adequate and complete, and there is no substantial evidence that the proposed Project could have a significant effect on the environment as shown in the analysis of the Negative Declaration. The Commission hereby adopts the FMND.

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, W. Lee, Olague

          MOTION: 16913

          18c. 2003.0151EKCV (K. AMDUR: (415) 558- 6351)

                519 ELLIS STREET - south side between Hyde and Leavenworth Streets, Lot 028, in Assessor's Block 0334 - Request for Variances from rear yard and dwelling unit exposure requirements for a new 5-story, approximately 47 foot-tall building with 22 senior affordable housing units and one parking space on the subject parcel, which is currently used as a parking lot. The property is located in an RC-4 Zoning District, the North of Market Residential Special Use District #2, and an 80-T Bulk District.

          SPEAKER(S): None

          ACTION: The Zoning Administrator closed the Public Hearing and Granted the Variances.

          19a. 2003.0228CVE (K. AMDUR: (415) 558-6351)

                430 EDDY STREET - north side between Hyde and Leavenworth Streets, Lot 008, in Assessor's Block 0334 - Determination of Compliance under the California Environmental Quality Act, as described in the Final Mitigated Negative Declaration dated October 16, 2004, for the development of 24 senior housing units on an existing vacant lot used as surface parking. A five- story, 24- unit, 13,600 gross-square-foot (gsf) building would be constructed at 430 Eddy Street. The structure would be about 50-feet tall, and would include one off-street, accessible van parking space. The proposed project would require conditional use authorization for construction over 40 feet in a residential district, and a variance from the rear yard and dwelling unit exposure requirements. The subject parcel is zoned RC-4 Residential-Commercial Combined Districts, High Density), is within the North of Market Residential Special Use District #2 and is in an 80-T height and bulk district.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Adopt the CEQA Findings

          SPEAKER(S): None

          ACTION: Approved adoption of CEQA findings.

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, W. Lee, Olague

          MOTION: 16914

          19b. 2003.0145CVE (K. AMDUR: (415) 558- 6351)

                430 EDDY STREET - north side between Hyde and Leavenworth Streets, Lot 008, in Assessor's Block 0334 - Request for a Conditional Use authorization for a building exceeding 40 feet in height, to construct a 5-story, approximately 47-foot tall building, with 24 senior affordable housing units and one parking space on the subject lot, currently used as a parking lot. Conditional Use authorization is required in this District for a building exceeding 40 feet in height. Requests for variances from rear yard and dwelling unit exposure requirements will be considered concurrently by the Zoning Administrator. The property is located in an RC-4 Zoning District, the North of Market Residential Special Use District #2, and an 80-T Bulk District.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

          SPEAKER(S): None

          ACTION: Approved

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, W. Lee, Olague

          MOTION: 16915

          19c. 2003.0145CV (K. AMDUR: (415) 558- 6351)

                430 EDDY STREET - north side between Hyde and Leavenworth Streets, Lot 028, in Assessor's Block 0334 - Request for Variances from rear yard and dwelling unit exposure requirements for a new 5-story, approximately 47 foot-tall building with 24 senior affordable housing units and one parking space on the subject lot, which is currently used as a parking lot. The property is located in an RC-4 Zoning District, the North of Market Residential Special Use District #2, and an 80-T Bulk District.

          SPEAKER(S): None

          ACTION: The Zoning Administrator closed the Public Hearing and Granted the Variances.

          20. 2004.0925C (M. LI: (415) 558-6396)

                431 COLUMBUS AVENUE - west side between Green and Vallejo Streets, Lot 026 in Assessor's Block 0131 - Request for conditional use authorization to add a full bar (Type 47 ABC license) to an existing full-service restaurant (d.b.a. "Panta Rei"). No expansion of the building or the existing commercial space and no extension of the hours of operation, are proposed. The site is within the North Beach Neighborhood Commercial District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

          SPEAKER(S): None

          ACTION: Approved with Standard Conditions of Approval

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, Olague

          ABSENT: W. Lee

          MOTION: 16916

          21a. 2001.0249EKCV (K. AMDUR: (415) 558-6351)

                605 KEARNY STREET - west side between Sacramento and Commercial Streets, Lot 007 in Assessor's Block 0226 - Determination of Compliance under the California Environmental Quality Act, as described in the Final Mitigated Negative Declaration for the addition of one four-story residential unit to an existing 2-story commercial building. Conditional Use authorization is required for the construction of a building greater than 35 feet tall in this zoning district. Both parking and a rear yard/site coverage variances would be required and will be considered concurrently by the Zoning Administrator. Required open space would be provided on a rooftop terrace. The site is in the Chinatown Community Business (CCB) Zoning District and a 50-N Height and Bulk District.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Adopt the CEQA Findings

                (Continued from Regular Meeting of November 18, 2004)

          SPEAKER(S):

          (+) Tom Brown - Project Manager

          - This project started in 2001.

          - He thanked staff for all their help.

          - The project sponsor has always wanted to work in the area.

          - They did not know that the building was historic.

          - The design of the project will respect the architecture of Chinatown.

          (-) Erin Grucz

          - Heritage is concerned about the scope of the project.

          - One of the contributing elements of the project is its small scale relation to the settings.

          - The roofline of the proposed addition is not consistent with the heights of the surrounding buildings.

          - The transom was a defining element of the historic building and should not be left to interpretation.

          - The historic glazed masonry replicated for repair purposes should not be utilized on the new addition.

          - The addition setback is too shallow and upper stories should not project over the historic parapet.

          ACTION: Hearing Held. Item Continued to February 10, 2005, to address design concerns. The public hearing was closed but will remain open to any design changes.

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, Olague

          ABSENT: W. Lee

          21b. 2001.0249EKCV (K. AMDUR: (415) 558-6351)

                605 KEARNY STREET - west side between Sacramento and Commercial Streets, Lot 007 in Assessor's Block 0226 - Request for a Conditional Use authorization for a building exceeding 35 feet in height. The proposal is to add one four-story dwelling unit to an existing one-story commercial building on a small, approximately 700 square foot, 29.5-foot deep lot. The commercial unit on the ground floor would remain. The building would be 50 feet in height with the proposed addition. The addition, like the existing commercial building, would cover the entire small site. No parking would be provided. Both parking and a rear yard/site coverage variances would be required and will be considered concurrently by the Zoning Administrator. Required open space would be provided on a rooftop terrace. The site is in the Chinatown Community Business (CCB) Zoning District and a 50-N Height and Bulk District.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

                (Continued from Regular Meeting of November 18, 2004)

          SPEAKE(S): Same as those listed for item 21a.

          ACTION: Hearing Held. . Item Continued to February 10, 2005, to address design concerns. The public hearing was closed but will remain open to any design changes.

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, Olague

          ABSENT: W. Lee

          21c. 2001.0249EKCV (K. AMDUR: (415) 558-6351)

                605 KEARNY STREET - west side between Sacramento and Commercial Streets, Lot 7 in Assessor's Block 226 - Request for a Variances for rear yard/site coverage and parking for a building. The proposal is to add one four-story dwelling unit to an existing one-story commercial building on a small, approximately 700 square foot, 29.5-foot deep lot. The commercial unit on the ground floor would remain. The addition, like the existing commercial building, would entirely cover the small lot, where 75% maximum site coverage is permitted as of right. No parking is proposed, where one new space is required. The site is in the Chinatown Community Business (CCB) Zoning District and a 50-N Height and Bulk District.

                (Continued from Regular Meeting of November 18, 2004)

          SPEAKER(S): Same as those listed for item 21a.

          ACTION: Hearing Held. The Zoning Administrator continued the matter to February 10, 2005.

          22a. 2003.1162EC (J. MILLER: (415) 558-6344)

                2351 POWELL STREET - west side between North Point and Bay Streets, with additional frontage on Stockton and Mason Streets, all of Assessor's Block 31 (Lots 1, 3 and 4) within a C-2 (Community Business) District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District, and all of Assessor's Block 32 (Lots 1 and 2) and Lot 3 in Assessor's Block 33, within an RM-3 (Mixed Residential, Medium Density) District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District, and all within the Northern Waterfront Special Use District No. 2 - Determination of Compliance under the California Environmental Quality Act, as described in the Final Mitigated Negative Declaration for modification of an existing Planned Unit Development to permit the conversion of approximately 75,000 gross square feet of vacant office space to approximately 72 dwelling units.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Adopt CEQA Findings

          SPEAKER(S):

          (+) Aline Astornas

          - The building was built in 1923.

          - The building has gone through various owners and some physical changes.

          - The exterior of the building will not change other than the addition of some new windows to comply with energy efficiency.

          - She has managed the building for the past 17 years.

          (+) Gerry Crawley - Telegraph Hill Dwellers

          - They support the project and welcome the additional housing.

          - The only issue they have is the lack of open space.

          - They have asked the project sponsor to make a contribution to the existing open space in the neighborhood.

          ACTION: Approved

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, Olague

          ABSENT: W. Lee

          MOTION: 16917

          22b. 2003.1162EC (J. MILLER: (415) 558-6344)

                2351 POWELL STREET - west side between North Point and Bay Streets, with additional frontage on Stockton and Mason Streets, all of Assessor's Block 31 (Lots 1, 3 and 4) within a C-2 (Community Business) District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District, and all of Assessor's Block 32 (Lots 1 and 2) and Lot 3 in Assessor's Block 33, within an RM-3 Mixed Residential, Medium Density) District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District, and all within the Northern Waterfront Special Use District No. 2 - Request for authorization of a Conditional Use for modification of a Planned Unit Development to convert approximately 75,000 square feet of existing office space to approximately 74 dwelling units, requiring an exception to otherwise-applicable Planning Code standards for usable open space. Code requirements for parking are met under existing conditions. Part of the site is in a C-2 (Community Business) District and part within an RM-3 (Mixed Residential, Medium Density) District, and all subject lots are within a 40-X Height and Bulk District and the Northern Waterfront Special Use District No. 2.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

          SPEAKER(S): Same as those listed for item 22a.

          ACTION: Approved with Amendments:

                1) On Page 5, Finding D, language should be deleted and the following language shall be added: Project would be beneficial addition to the Northern Waterfront. Project would not provide any on site residential open spaces. The only location to do so would be on the roof which would require extensive and infeasible structural and elevator upgrades. Instead, Project Sponsor has agreed to work with the City to provide an appropriate open space solution to address the increase demand for open spaces by project residents.

                2) Add the following Condition: Project Sponsor shall provide or cause to be provided nearby open space or improve nearby open space in lieu of the approximately 5,700 sf of common required on site residential open space, in a manner to be reviewed and approved by the Zoning Administrator or demonstrate infeasibility of doing so to the Zoning Administrator. The Zoning Administrator shall report to the Planning Commission how the Project Sponsor plans to meet this condition prior to the issuance of the site and building permits.

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, Olague

          ABSENT: W. Lee

          MOTION: 16918

          23a. 2004.1047XC (A. LIGHT: (415) 558-6254)

                72 ELLIS STREET - north side between Powell and Stockton Streets, Lot 011, in Assessor's Block 0327 - Request to amend the conditions of approval on a Determination of Compliance, to extend the performance period for an additional three years for a previously approved project, requiring Determinations of Compliance and Exceptions under Planning Code Section 309, including a height exception in the 80-130-F Height and Bulk district, a bulk exception, and a height exception for a vertical extension to allow construction of an 11-story, 125-foot tall hotel containing approximately 156 rooms, lobby, small accessory meeting rooms, and a restaurant on a site currently used as a surface parking lot, located in a C-3-R (Downtown, Retail) zoning district, an 80-130-F height and bulk district, and the Kearny-Market-Mason-Sutter Conservation District.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

          SPEAKER(S): None

          ACTION: Approved

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, Olague

          ABSENT: W. Lee

          MOTION: 16919

          23b. 2004.1047XC (A. LIGHT: (415) 558-6254)

                72 ELLIS STREET - north side between Powell and Stockton Streets, Lot 011, in Assessor's Block 0327 - Request to amend the conditions of approval on a Conditional Use authorization, to extend the performance period for an additional three years for a previously approved project, requiring Conditional Use authorization to allow construction of an 11-story, 125-foot tall hotel containing approximately 156 rooms, lobby, small accessory meeting rooms, and a restaurant on a site currently used as a surface parking lot, located in a C-3-R (Downtown, Retail) zoning district, an 80-130-F height and bulk district, and the Kearny-Market-Mason-Sutter Conservation District.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

          SPEAKER(S): None

          ACTION: Approved

          AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, Olague

          ABSENT: W. Lee

          MOTION: 16920

          24. 2003.0807CEK (G. NELSON: (415) 558-6257)

                606-624 DIVISADERO STREET AND 1278 HAYES STREET - northeast corner of Divisadero and Hayes Streets; Lot 002J in Assessor's Block 1202 - Request for Conditional Use authorization pursuant to Sections 711.11, 711.56, and 303 of the Planning Code to construct two mixed-use buildings on Divisadero Street and one all-residential building on Hayes Street after the demolition of an approximately 12,000 gross-square-foot (gsf) assembly building (currently a vacant Church and before that the Harding Theater). The entire project would include 18 dwelling units, 18 off-street parking spaces, and approximately 5,000 gsf of commercial space (considered "Other Retail" per Section 790.102 of the Code) in three buildings that would each be four stories, approximately 46 feet in height. Conditional Use authorization is required to 1) develop a lot greater than 9,999 square feet, and 2) combine all 18 sub-grade parking spaces on one lot (fronting Hayes Street). The L-shaped lot would be split into three smaller lots, two fronting on Divisadero Street, each containing a mixed-use structure, and one lot fronting onto Hayes Street containing a residential structure. The project site is zoned NC-2 (Small-Scale Neighborhood Commercial) and is within a 65-A height and bulk district.

                Preliminary Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

          SPEAKER(S):

          (+) Bruce Bauman

          - This location was used as a church for about 35 years.

          - The lot will be subdivided into three lots.

          - The height limit is 65 feet and the proposed buildings are 46 feet in height.

          - There are two below market-rate units.

          - He is available for questions.

          ACTION: Approved

          AYES: Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, Olague

          ABSENT: Alexander and W. Lee

          MOTION: 16921

H. 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))

      Commission Secretary:

      - She mentioned that she received a call from Ms. Edith McMillan who stated that she is thankful to the Commission for having Public Comment twice on the agenda - once in the beginning and once at the end.

      Adjournment: 7:52 p.m. In honor of Edith McMillan

      THESE MINUTES ARE PROPOSED FOR ADOPTION AT THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2005.

      SPEAKERS: None

ACTION: Approved

AYES: Alexander, Antonini, Bradford Bell, Hughes, S. Lee, W. Lee, Olague

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