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c. Resolution No. 7227 approving General Plan Amendment No. GPA 18-01 to <br /> 111 increase the maximum residential density and height in the Downtown Mixed Use <br /> zone ("DMU") and in the Central Business District ("CBD") Zone, and amend the <br /> commercial land use designation to clearly define the Central Business District, and <br /> adopt an addendum to the 2010 General Plan update Environmental Impact Report <br /> and 2016 Development Code update Mitigated Negative Declaration. <br /> Recommended Action: Adopt <br /> Ordinance No. 2356 approving Zone Change No. ZC 18-01 and Text Amendment <br /> No. TA 18-01 to remove the Downtown Overlay from the Central Business District <br /> Zone, and increase the maximum Residential Density and height in the Downtown <br /> Mixed Use Zone ("DMU") and in the Central Business District ("CBD") Zone, and <br /> allow an in-lieu parking fee and a new City Center Design Plan. <br /> Recommended Action: Introduce <br /> Council Member Verlato announced that she and her husband own property within 500 feet of <br /> the proposed area and therefore has a conflict; however, she stated that she reserves her right <br /> to comment on the item as a member of the public, and not a Council Member. <br /> At this time, Council Member Verlato left the room and did not participate in the discussion of <br /> this item. <br /> Assistant City Manager/Development Services Director Kruckeberg and Senior Planner Luis <br /> Torico presented the staff report. <br /> Mayor Tay opened the Public Hearing. <br /> April Verlato, appearing as an Arcadia resident, thanked City staff for trying to come up with a <br /> plan to revitalize the downtown area; she referenced the email received by Bobby Bluehouse <br /> and indicated that she echos several of his concerns; she stated that her number one concern is <br /> parking and recommends the parking lot west be preserved as parking and not developed <br /> because there is going to be a need for parking and pay an in lieu parking fee; she indicated <br /> that many businesses use the parking lot west for their employees; and wanted to make sure <br /> that a balance between the two is being maintained. <br /> A motion to close the public hearing was made by Council Member Chandler, seconded by <br /> Council Member Amundson, and seeing no objection, Mayor Tay declared the public hearing <br /> closed. <br /> It was moved by Council Member Chandler, seconded by Council Member Amundson, and <br /> carried on roll call vote to adopt Resolution No. 7227 approving General Plan Amendment No. <br /> GPA 18-01 to increase the maximum residential density and height in the Downtown Mixed Use <br /> zone ("DMU") and in the Central Business District ("CBD") Zone, and amend the commercial <br /> land use designation to clearly define the Central Business District, and adopt an addendum to <br /> the 2010 General Plan update Environmental Impact Report and 2016 Development Code <br /> update Mitigated Negative Declaration, and amend Resolution No. 7227, to increase the <br /> building height from 55 to 60 feet in DMU and CBD Zones. <br /> 3 07-17-2018 <br />