Review Commission Meeting Update
October 3, 2011 Monday
Ken Curtis, Suzan Ehdaie, Steven Hopkins, Michelle McCovey-Good, Greg
Wynn, Vice-Chair Jim Duffy, and Chairperson Anthony Palazzo
Chairperson Palazzo and Commrs. Wynn & Curtis
ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA:
Minutes of September 19, 2011, were approved as
There was no public comment other than on regular agenda items.
1443 Calle Joaquin.
ARC 70-10; Review of new tire store in the C-S-S zone; America's Tire
Company, applicant. (Pam Ricci)
Adopt the Draft Resolution, which grants final approval to the project
design, based on findings and subject to conditions and code
by Commr. McCovey-Good, seconded by Commr. Hopkins, to grant final
approval to the project design, based on findings and subject to
conditions and code requirements in the draft resolution with the
following modifications (4:0):
Finding No. 3 to read: “Approval of an exception to typical C-S sign
standards to allow a total of three signs for the business is not
contrary to the purpose and intent of the sign regulations included in
SLO Municipal Code Section 15.40.110 provided that the performance
standards contained in Condition No. 16 can be satisfied.”
Condition No 4 to read: “Maximize
the amount of landscaping and plant screening behind the three parking
spaces at the rear of the property near the trash and recycling
Delete Condition No. 8.
Modify Condition No. 16 (new Condition No. 15) as
a second sentence to part a. that reads: “If two wall signs are
installed, one of the signs shall be of a smaller scale and a public
entry will be required on the east elevation.”
a new sentence as b.1) that reads: “Modify the face of the sign to be a
maximum of 24 square feet.”
the second sentence of 15 b.5) which would have required the website
address to be eliminated as copy on the sign face.
the words “and a clarifier” from Condition No. 22 (New Condition No.
COMMENT & DISCUSSION:
Forecast – Pam
Ricci provided a forecast for upcoming agendas.
Commr. Hopkins noted how nicely the Prefumo Creek Commons Shopping
Center was developing out mentioning how the landscaping already had the
appearance of being well established. He asked about the elimination of
photo-voltaic panels on the Mix at Monterey and Johnson, which staff
indicated they would report back on.
meeting adjourned at 6:20 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.