Review Commission Meeting Update
January 6, 2014 Monday
Ken Curtis, Suzan Ehdaie, Steven Hopkins, Anthony Palazzo, Greg Wynn,
Vice-Chair Michelle McCovey-Good, and Chairperson – Position Vacant
Election of Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson
Vice-Chair McCovey-Good was elected as the
Chairperson, and Commr. Wynn was elected as the Vice-Chair.
ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA:
Agenda was accepted.
Minutes of December 16, 2013, were approved.
was no public comment other than on regular agenda items.
774 and 776 Palm Street.
ARC 131-13; Continued design review of a proposed classroom building and
accessory staff office for Old Mission School and CEQA exemption (Class
32, Infill Development Projects); R-4-H zone; Tina Ballantyne, Old
Mission School, applicant. (Brian Leveille)
Adopt the Draft Resolution which grants final approval to the project,
based on findings, and subject to conditions.
by Commr. Palazzo, seconded by Commr. Ehdaie, to adopt the draft
resolution granting final approval to the project design as recommended
with the following modification to conditions (6:0): Amend Condition 9
to add a sentence at the end of the condition reading: “Additional
screening planting such as Cypress trees shall be planted along the west
property line to provide for privacy of neighbors.”
ARC-C 156-13; Conceptual architectural review of a mixed-use project;
C-N zone; Laurel Lane Investments, LLC, applicant.
Continue the project to a date uncertain with direction to staff and the
applicant on items to be addressed in plans submitted for final
by Commr. Ehdaie, seconded by Commr. Palazzo, to continue the project to
a date uncertain with minor wording changes to 2 of the 10 directional
items included in the staff report and the following additional item
“Provide a plan for increased pedestrian access from Laurel Lane into
COMMENT & DISCUSSION:
a. Agenda Forecast – Pam Ricci provided a forecast for upcoming
agendas. She noted that, in February, the ARC meetings would be on
consecutive Mondays of the 3rd and 10th because of
the President’s Day holiday.
Vice-Chair Wynn suggested that the City Attorney attend an upcoming
meeting to discuss the Brown Act and conflict of interest issues that
affect the ARC.
meeting adjourned at 7:55 p.m.
Any writings or documents provided to a majority of the
Architectural Review Commission regarding any item on this agenda
will be made available for public inspection in the Community
Development Department, 919 Palm Street, during normal business hours.