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<br />I <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />HEARING <br />(Planning Com. <br />Resolution <br />No. 274) <br />73'S <br /> <br />? <br /> <br />~13~ <br /> <br />favor of the g~~ting of permission to erect, a sign. <br /> <br />Bernie J. Birnbaum, 601 West Las Tunas - stated that he felt <br />the applicant was entitled to the sign because of his "intestinal <br />fortitude" in investing in a new business and pioneering the <br />neighborhood and that he would not object to the sign. <br /> <br />Saul G. Seidner, 561 Workman - said that speaking for himself and <br />his wife, they would not object and would like to see the <br />applicant get permission to erect a sign. . <br /> <br />A. Edward Erickson, 525 Las Tunas - said he thought the sign <br />would light up the street and that he saw no reason why the <br />applicant should not be granted his request. <br /> <br />'Mayor Pro Tempore Phillips then asked if anyone wished to speak <br />against the granting of the zone variance that could not return <br />on February 21st; no one desiring to be heard, Councilman Reibold <br />moved that the hearing be continued to Friday, February 21, 1958 <br />at 7:30 P.M. Councilman Jacobi seconded the motion and it was <br />carried unanimously. <br /> <br />Mayor Pro Tempore Phillips declared the hearing open on Planning <br />Commission Resolution No. 274 recommending amendment to Ordinance <br />No. 760, Sections 11 and 17. <br /> <br />The City Clerk stated that she had received and had on file <br />Affidavit of Publication of Notice of Public Hearing; and that <br />she had no communications regarding said resolution. <br /> <br />Mayor Pro Tempore Phillips inquired if anyone present desired to <br />speak either in opposition or in favor of said Resolution No. 274. <br /> <br />The City Attorney advised that Resolution No. 274 amends sections <br />11 and 17 of Zoning Ordinance.No. 760 by removing Veterinary <br />Hospitals as a use permissible in Zone M-l and making Veterinary <br />Hospitals and Veterinary Clinics a special use under Section 17, <br />provided said hospitals and clinics do not have outside runs for <br />the animals. <br /> <br />Dr. Clint Baxter, 416 E. Duarte Road, addressed the Council, <br />stating in substance, that he' had attended a conference in <br />Northern California on the matter of veterinary hospitals with <br />inside runs, sound control and air conditioning; that he had with <br />him a resolution of the City of San Francisco regarding a veterin- <br />ary hospital being put in a C zone in 1954, upon which no <br />complaints had been received; that he feels this plan gives the <br />city government better control of veterinary hospitals; that the <br />Planning Commission has inserted further restrictons than are in <br />the zoning for veterinary hospitals at the present time and that <br />the veterinary profession welcomes restrictions and feels it a <br />step forward in helping veterinarians and cities raise the <br />standards of veterinary hospitals. <br /> <br />There being no one else desiring to speak, Councilman Jacobi <br />moved that the hearing be closed and that the City Attorney be <br />instructed to prepare the necessary ordinance. <br /> <br />Councilman Reibold stated that he seconded the above motion but <br />would like to add that he had not asked any questions of Dr. <br />Baxter because he had attended the Planning Commission meetings <br />where many questions had been asked, but that he would like to <br />state at this time that he concurred in the opinion of the Plan- <br />ning Commission, and that the essential point is that across the <br />years the art of caring for animals has materially been benefited <br />by the way of building and the facilities now available; and that <br />he felt it does give the City control which it did not have even <br />when in M-l use. Said motion was unanimously carried. <br /> <br />3. <br /> <br />2-18-58 <br />