Review Commission Meeting Update
February 10, 2014 Monday
Ken Curtis, Suzan Ehdaie, Steven Hopkins, Anthony Palazzo, 1 Position
Vacant, Vice-Chair Greg Wynn, and Chairperson Michelle McCovey-Good
of the Commissioners were present.
ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA:
Agenda was accepted.
Philbin requested to make a general comment about Item # 2 because he
needed to leave early. He requested that the ARC keep in mind the
neighborhood cohesion when discussing aesthetics of the project.
ARC 84-13; Review of new building for Buffalo Wild Wings; C-R-PD zone;
Blazin Wings, Inc., applicant. (Walter Oetzell)
Adopt the Draft Resolution granting final approval to the project, based
on findings, and subject to conditions.
by Vice-Chair Wynn, seconded by Commr. Ehdaie, to adopt the draft
resolution granting final approval to the project design with the
following modifications to conditions (6:0):
the following sentences to the end of condition No. 2: “The south
elevation of the building shall be clad with the individual faced brick
veneer (“HC Muddux – Monterey Bay Flashed”) shown on the approved
materials board. A panelized wall system reviewed at the meeting
imitating the appearance of brick shall not be used as exterior
Delete the second sentence of Condition No. 3.
Palazzo & Curtis recused themselves from participation in the discussion
of Item No. 2. Commr. Palazzo had a conflict as his firm does work for
the School District and Commr. Curtis lives within 500 feet of the
ARC 56-08; Review of the Aesthetics Section of the Johnson Avenue
Housing Project EIR and project design guidelines; R-2 zone; San Luis
Coastal Unified School District, applicant.
Provide comments on the EIR analysis of the Aesthetics Section and
recommended mitigation measures.
Individual comments will be reflected in the meeting minutes. The
Commission provided the general comments that the EIR mitigation
measures did not fully offset the project’s visual impacts and that an
alternative footprint for the project, specifically allowing some
encroachment into the purple needle grass meadow, should be explored
COMMENT & DISCUSSION:
a. Agenda Forecast – Pam Ricci provided a forecast for upcoming
Commission had a general discussion about projects in the Broad Street
corridor, specifically mentioning the remodel of the old Mazda
dealership for offices and the church building at 2747 Broad Street as a
meeting adjourned at 8:45 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.