AGENDA

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Planning Commission Agenda September 22, 2022

Documents:
  1. PC_AGD_092222.docx
 

REGULAR MEETING

AGENDA


PLANNING COMMISSION


Marina City Council Chambers 

211 Hillcrest Avenue 

Marina, CA 

Meeting Time 6:30PM


 Zoom Meeting URL:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84287578704

Zoom Meeting Telephone Only Participation: 1-669-900-9128 - Webinar ID: 842 8757 8704

In response to Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N.29-20 and City Council Resolution 2020-29 ratifying the Proclamation of a Local Emergency by the City Manager/Director of Emergency Services related to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, public participation in the City of Marina City Council and other public meetings shall be electronic only and without a physical location for public participation, until further notice in compliance with California state guidelines on social distancing. This meeting is being broadcast “live” on Access Media Productions (AMP) Community Television Cable 25 and on the City of Marina Channel and on the internet at https://accessmediaproductions.org/

PARTICIPATION

You may participate in the Planning Commission meeting in real-time by calling Zoom Meeting via the weblink and phone number provided at the top of this agenda. Instructions on how to access, view and participate in remote meetings are provided by visiting the City’s home page at https://cityofmarina.org/. Attendees can make oral comments during the meeting by using the “Raise Your Hand” feature in the webinar or by pressing *9 on your telephone keypad if joining by phone only. If you are unable to participate in real-time, you may email to marina@cityofmarina.org with the subject  line “Public Comment Item# ” (insert the item number relevant to your comment) or “Public Comment – Non Agenda Item.” Comments will be reviewed and distributed before the meeting if received by 5:00 p.m. on the day of the   meeting. All comments received will become part of the record. Planning Commission will have the option to modify their action on items based on comments received. 

AGENDA MATERIALS

Agenda materials, staff reports and background information related to regular agenda items are available on the City of Marina’s website www.cityofmarina.org. Materials related to an item on this agenda submitted to the Planning Commission after distribution of the agenda packet will be made available on the City of Marina website www.cityofmarina.org subject to City staff’s ability to post the documents before the meeting.

VISION STATEMENT

Marina will grow and mature form a small town bedroom community to a small city which is diversified, vibrant and through positive relationships with regional agencies, self-sufficient. The City will develop in a way that insulates it from the negative impacts of urban sprawl to become a desirable residential and business community in a natural setting. (Resolution No. 2006-112 – May 2, 2006)

MISSION STATEMENT

The City Council will provide the leadership in protecting Marina’s natural setting while developing the City on a way that provides a balance of housing, jobs and business opportunities that will result in a community characterized by a desirable quality of life, including recreation and cultural opportunities, a safe environment and an economic viability that supports a high level of municipal services and infrastructure. (Resolution No. 2006-112 – May 2, 2006)



 

1. CALL TO ORDER

 

2. ROLL CALL & ESTABLISHMENT OF QUORUM

Chair Nancy Amadeo, Vice Chair Brian McCarthy, Hyunsoo Hur, Surinder Rana, Richard St. John, Audra Walton, Glen Woodson

 

3. MOMENT OF SILENCE & PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

4. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS AND COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE FLOOR

Announcements of special events or meeting of interest as information to Board and Public. At this time any person may comment on any item, which is not on the agenda. Please state your name and address for the record. Action will not be taken on an item that is not on the agenda. If it requires action, it will be referred to staff and/or placed on the next agenda. Planning Commission members or City staff may briefly respond to statements made or questions posed as permitted by Government Code Section 54954.2. In order that all interested parties have an opportunity to speak, please limit comments to a maximum of Four (4) minutesAny member of the public may comment on any matter listed on this agenda at the time the matter is being considered by the Planning Commission.

 

5. CONSENT AGENDA

Background information has been provided to the Planning Commission on all matters listed under the Consent Agenda, and these items are considered to be routine. All items under the Consent Agenda are normally approved by one motion. Prior to such a motion being made, any member of the public or the Planning Commission may ask a question or make a comment about an agenda item and staff will provide a response. If discussion or a lengthy explanation is required, that item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and placed at the end of Other Action Items.

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Planning Commission Draft Meeting Minutes August 8, 2022

 Planning Commission Draft Meeting Minutes  August 8, 2022

Documents:
  1. PCMTG_090822.pdf
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233 Carmel Ave., Laundry Room Design Review

Consider Site and Architectural Design Review Board Recommendation to Approve the Site and Architectural Design Review Application (DR 2022-05) to Construct a 190 sq. ft. Laundry Room at an Existing Apartment Building Located at 233 and 235 Carmel Ave, Marina (APN: 032-192-011). This project is exempt from CEQA per Article 19, Section 15303 (New Construction of Small Structures) of the CEQA guidelines. Presented by Associate Planner Nick McIlroy.

 

6. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS

 

7. PUBLIC HEARINGS

Time will be set aside during the Public Hearing to receive oral comments on all items listed as Public Hearings. Staff will present the project brought forth for Planning Commission consideration and possible action and answer questions from the Planning Commissioners. Planning Commissioners will disclose any ex parte communication before making comments on each project. The applicant will then have the opportunity to make a presentation. The public will then be invited to approach the podium to provide up to four (4) minutes of public testimony and then the applicant will have a chance for a short rebuttal of any issues raised by the public.

 

8. ACTION ITEMS

Action listed for each Agenda item is that which is brought forth for Planning Commission consideration and possible action. The Planning Commission may, at its discretion, take action on any items. The public is invited to approach the podium to provide up to four (4) minutes of public comment.

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Zoning Text Amendments 22-03

Open a Public Hearing, Take Public Testimony, and Consider a Recommendation to City Council to Adopt a Resolution Approving Amendments to Articles 1, 2, and 4 of Title 17 of the Marina Municipal Code (MMC) Pertaining to Small and Large Family Child Care Homes, Day Care Centers, Supportive Housing, and Conditional Use Permits for Multi-family Housing. The proposed amendments are exempt from environmental review per Sections 15060(c)(2) and 15061(b) of the CEQA Guidelines.  Presented by Contract Planner Alec Barton

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3289 Drew Street Conditional Use Permit UP2022-01

Open a Public Hearing, Take Any Testimony from the Public, and Consider Adopting a Resolution to Approve Conditional Use Permit UP 2022-01 to Restore the Legal Non-Conforming Residential Use of Nine (9) Detached Units on Two (2) Parcels Located at 3289 and 3295 Drew Street (APNs 033-052-002 and 033-052-003). This project is exempt from CEQA per Article 19, Section 15301 (Existing Facilities) of the CEQA Guidelines.  Presented by Associate Planner Nick McIlroy

 

8. OTHER ACTION ITEMS

 

10. DISCUSSION ITEMS

 

11. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS AND STAFF INFORMATIONAL REPORTS

 

12. CORRESPONDENCE

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Kinship Center Permit Application-Correspondence

Commissionaires: As long-term supporter of Kinship Center I can attest that their foster care programs are  second to none. We are fortunate to have this non-profit working in our communities helping the less fortunate children who lack the security of a home life and the parental guidance. Kinships foster care program fills that gap. I strong support and urge to approve their permit application in Marina, CA.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Anthony G. Davi, SR. 

 

13. ADJOURNMENT