City Council Minutes
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<br />-: 4640 <br /> <br />HEARING <br />(Zoning) <br /> <br />1'I~S <br /> <br />AYES: Councilmen Balser, Camphouse, Jacobi, Phillips, Reibold <br />NOES: None <br />ABSENT: None <br /> <br />Co~ncilman Phillips further moved that Resolution No. 3132 be adopted. <br />Motion seconded by Councilman Jacobi and carried on roll call vote as <br />follows: <br /> <br />AYES: Councilmen Balser, Camphouse, Jacobi, Phillips, Reibold <br />NOES: None <br />ABSENT: None <br /> <br />Planning Commission Resolution No. 329 recommending the amendment of <br />Section 5 (Zone R-l) of Ordinance No. 760 (Zoning Ordinance). <br />, <br /> <br />1 <br /> <br />In compliance with Mayor Reibold's request the Director of Public Works <br />briefly outlined the proposed recommendations of th~ 'Planning Commission <br />as follows: That one single family dwelling may be constructed at the <br />front building line not to exceed two stories in height; must contain not <br />less than 1000 square feet floor area and must be on a site containing <br />not less than 7500 square feet of area; that if a portion of the lot has <br />been resubdivided since June 2, 1949 with the approval of the City, <br />upon the remaining portion of the lot containing 18,750 square feet or <br />more in area one additional dwelling may be erected but not more than <br />two single family dwellings shall be permitted on any such lot; that <br />the rear dwelling in such case shall not be more than one story in <br />height and must contain not less than 1000 square feet floor area, must <br />be on a site relatively the same shape and size as the site of the first <br />dwelling. That the site size and shape and building locations shall be <br />subject to approval by the Modification Committee. That approval shall <br />not be given if the proposed location interferes with a location of a <br />future street or alley, the location of which has been approved by the <br />Planning Commission and the City Council. That approval shall not be <br />given unless 25% or more of the lots in the block are already developed <br />with two or more dwellings; and that minimum front, side and rear yard <br />and distances between dwellings remain as now required. <br /> <br />Mayor Reibold then declared the hearing open and to'his inquiry as to <br />whether anyone wished to be heard in opposition to Planning Commission <br />Resolution No. 329 Mr. G. G. Meade, 1234 South Second Avenue,addressed <br />the Council, stating in part that he did not thit;lk Planning Commission <br />Resolution No. 329 provides relief for owners of large, deep, land-locked <br />area lots. He then read a letter signed by himself and Mr. Arthur H. <br />Upham, 1166 South Second Avenue, which he subsequently presented to the <br />City Clerk, said letter incorporating the following requests: That <br />the main building be erected on the front building ,iine and contain a <br />land area of not less than 7500 square feet; that the second dwelling <br />be permitted if the lot contains a total land area of' at least 17,500 <br />sq~are feet; that lots with 32,000 square feet or more that are land- <br />locked and where further subdivision, streets or alleys cannot be <br />constructed, a third house be permitted; that each new dwelling must <br />have an area of not less than 1000 square feet. He also read the last <br />two paragraphs from the application submitted to the Zoning Committee. <br /> <br />1 <br /> <br />Mrs. Wm. Seimer, 498 Mesa Circle, Monrovia, also addressed the Council, <br />stating in part that she opposed the proposed amendment and Planning <br />Commission Resolution No. 329. <br /> <br />Co~ncilman Balser moved that the Hearing be cl-o,s,ed, which motion was <br />seconded by Councilman Phillips. <br /> <br />Councilman Camphouse stated that he desired the City Attorney to clarify <br />the background that led the Council to consider amending Ordinance No. <br />990 before the hearing was closed; whereupon Councilman Balser withdrew <br />his motion. <br /> <br />2. <br /> <br />6-2-59 <br />
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