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<br />16:6550 <br /> <br />this differs in that it concerns the health and <br />welfare of the community and if too many companies become involved <br />in commercial rubbish collection it becomes a difficult policing <br />activity; that he would agree with Mr. Gregg that one disposal <br />agency should be licensed for the operation. However, inasmuch as <br />the City has the five licensees with no complaints having been <br />received, he MOVED that the application be DENIED and the the <br />applicant's name be placed on the waiting list. Motion seconded by <br />Councilman Balser and carried on roll call vote as follows: <br /> <br />AYES: <br />NOES: <br />ABSENT: <br /> <br />Councilmen Balser, Considine, Forman, Turner, Reibold <br />None <br />None <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />HEARING <br />(Zoning) <br />Live Oak <br />and <br />Las Tunas <br /> <br />Planning Commission Resolution No. 548 recommending the reclassifi- <br />cation of property bounded on the west by E1 Monte Avenue, on the <br />south by the southerly boundary of the City, on the east by Second <br />Avenue and on the north by a line parallel to and distant 600' <br />northerly of Las Tunas Drive and Live Oak Avenue, easterly to its <br />intersection with Las Tunas Drive, and recommending regulations to <br />be imposed under Zone D. <br /> <br />-8-111! <br /> <br />Project urals of the entire area were displayed and explained in <br />continuity by the Planning Director and staff, including the chrono- <br />logical background in the history of zoning in the subject area, in <br />particular the northwest corner of Las Tunas Drive and Santa Anita <br />Avenue (commonly referred to as the 'triangle') which area has been <br />recommended for rezoning from C-3 to R-l and R-3. <br /> <br />Mayor Reibo1d declared the hearing open and asked for those who <br />desired to be heard on the matter: <br /> <br />Mrs. Averil J. Kritt, owner of the approximately 9~ acres referred <br />to as the 'triangle' opposed the reclassification of any of the C-3 <br />zoned property, stating in part that plans for the area cannot be <br />disclosed until the zoning has been determined and asked that the <br />entire parcel be zoned commercially. <br /> <br />Fred Woolf, 103 Las Tunas Drive, referred to his communication which <br />was read by the City Clerk. He asked that his single family <br />residence at said address (adjacent to the 'triangle' property) be <br />rezoned from the recommended R-1. He explained that he is <br />negotiating for the sale of his property for a c-o zone which would <br />permit the desired usage (doctor's office). He also presented a <br />petition with 86 signatures supporting the requested rezoning of his <br />property. <br /> <br />Homer Shirley, ,President of the Superior Concrete Block Company, I <br />which is located on the southeast corner of Las Tunas Drive and <br />We1land Avenue, requested that the front 150' be zoned C-M with the <br />rear portion remaining in M-l, permitting the manufacture of . <br />concrete blocks. It was pointed out that this is for access purposes <br />off We11and Avenue. <br /> <br />Marie Whipple (owner of property at 42 W. Live Oak Avenue) urged <br />commercial zoning on the 'triangle' property. <br /> <br />No one else desiring to be heard it was MOVED by. Councilman Turner, <br />seconded by Councilman Forman and carried unanimously that the hearing <br />be CLOSED; that the City Council take no action on the recommendation <br />at this meeting in order to enable staff to submit a more realistic <br />zoning on the 'triangle' area as it felt the property is not suitable <br /> <br />2. <br /> <br />6-1- 65 <br />