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<br />HEARING <br />(Tip <br />Sheets) <br /> <br />APPROVED . <br />" <br />j' e\ :> <br /> <br />CONDITIONAL <br />USE PERMITS <br /> <br />(CONTINUED) <br /> <br />HEARING <br />SCHEDULED <br /> <br />GENERAL PLAN <br />(Economic <br />Consultant) <br /> <br />Funds <br />A.ppropriated <br /> <br />\~ 0 <br />~\ <br /> <br />C/ <br /> <br />GENERAL <br />PLAN <br />Expenditures <br /> <br />'\ <br />,'/ <br /> <br />\(\G <br />\ ' <br /> <br />18:7436 <br /> <br />Application of Va1more H. Calbert for a business permit to sell Bernie's <br />Reliable Selections on race track property only. It was noted that Mr. <br />Calbert is a brother of the present licensee and would like to continue <br />the tip sheet business as his brother is ill. Mayor Hage declared the <br />hearing open and no one desiring to speak to the matter the hearing was <br />closed on MOTION by Councilman Considine, seconded by Councilman Arth <br />and carried unanimously. It was MOVED by Councilman Considine, seconded <br />by Councilman Arth and carried unanimously that the application be <br />APPROVED and that a business permit be issued therefor. <br /> <br />(a) Planning Commission Resolution No. 673 granting a conditional use <br />permit for the remodeling of a Standard Oil Service Station at 500 N. <br />Santa Anita Avenue. The time for the filing of an appeal will expire <br />April 4, hence the matter will appear on the April 15 agenda. <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />(b) Planning Commission Resolution No. 674 granting a conditional use <br />permit for the rebuilding of a Standard Oil Service Station at 801 W. <br />Huntington Drive. The time for the filing of an appeal will expire <br />April 4, hence the matter will appear on the April 15 agenda. <br /> <br />(c) Planning Commission Resolution No. 675 granting a conditional use <br />permit for the construction and operation of two .4-story apartment <br />buildings at 634-642 W. Huntington Drive. The time for the filing of <br />an appeal will ekpire April 4. However, it was the desire of Council- <br />man Arth that a public hearing be held providing an opportunity for <br />public review and discussion on some phases of the proposed development. <br />He called attention to the forthcoming General Plan. He then MOVED <br />for an APPEAL and the scheduling of a public hearing as soon as possible. <br /> <br />In essence, the majority of the Council felt that the proposed develop- <br />ment is well designed with much open space, however, in deference to <br />the desire of one of its members for review, Councilman Butterworth <br />seconded the motion which was carried unanimously. The hearing will <br />be held April 15. During the brief discussion the developer, Mike <br />Vallone, stated in part that time is of the essence and it would be <br />his hope that the matter could be resolved during one meeting. <br /> <br />The City Manager advised that as a result of a staff investigation it <br />was now recommended that the action of the City Council on March 4, <br />1969, remain firm and that the City Attorney be authorized to prepare <br />a contract with the firm of Real Estate Research Corporation as <br />Economic Consultants in connection with the General Plan. He also <br />recommended the appropriation of the necessary funds. Whereupon it <br />was MOVED by Councilman Arth, seconded by Councilman Butterworth and <br />carried on roll call vote as follows, that the City Attorney be so <br />authorized and that the sum of $18,850 be appropriated from Reserve <br />f.or Capital Projects Account in the General Fund to Capital Projects <br />Account # 643. <br /> <br />AYES: <br />NOES: <br />ABSENT: <br /> <br />Councilmen Arth, Butterworth, Considine, Helms, Hage <br />None <br />None <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />The City Manager advised that there will be additional expenditures <br />in connection with the preparation of the General Plan Project which <br />must be accomplished by the Planning Department during the balance <br />of the current fiscal year to carry out total responsibilities therefor; <br />that together with the $2400 previously approved on March 18, 1969, for <br />aerial photography, the total amount is estimated to be approximately <br />$7,820. He recommended that all accounts and items in the General Plan <br />be maintained in one account and asked approval for the establishment <br />thereof; the request for authority to transfer actual funds would come <br />at a later date. Whereupon it was MOVED by Councilman Considine, <br /> <br />4"1-69 <br /> <br />- 2 - <br />