City Council Minutes
10/30/2019 9:40:49 AM
10/30/2019 9:40:48 AM
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5. REPORT FROM CITY ATTORNEY REGARDING CLOSED/STUDY SESSION ITEMS <br /> Assistant City Attorney Maurer announced that prior to the regular meeting, the City Council met <br /> in a Closed Session to consider the two items listed on the posted agenda under Closed Session, <br /> and no reportable action was taken. <br /> 6. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION FROM CITY MANAGER REGARDING AGENDA <br /> ITEMS <br /> City Manager Lazzaretto announced supplemental items provided to the City Council: regarding <br /> Public Hearing Item 9.a, copies of previous Study Session and Regular meeting minutes where <br /> the City Council discussed the sale of the building; regarding Consent Calendar Item 12.a, the <br /> City Council minutes were revised to add a line that Mayor Pro Chandler also apologized <br /> regarding the actions at the last City Council meeting; regarding Consent Calendar Item 12.d, the <br /> staff report identified the old policy of 12 years or 100,000 miles, and noted that the correct policy <br /> is 12 years or 150,000 miles, and that the vehicle is 17 years old and meets the 12 year threshold; <br /> and regarding City Manager Item 13.a, Ordinance No. 2362, was revised to add a cleaner and <br /> clearer way to say what was intended. <br /> 7. MOTION TO READ ALL ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS BY TITLE ONLY AND <br /> WAIVE THE READING IN FULL <br /> A motion was made by Mayor Pro Tem Chandler and seconded by Council Member Tay to read <br /> all ordinances and resolutions by title only and waive the reading in full. <br /> 8. PRESENTATIONS <br /> a. Fire Prevention Week Proclamation presented to Fire Chief Mike Lang and Fire <br /> Marshal Mark Krikorian. <br /> 9. PUBLIC HEARING <br /> a. Ordinance No. 2364 approving Development Agreement No. DA 19-01, with a <br /> categorical exemption under the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA"), <br /> pertaining to the conversion of 5,849 square feet of an existing 38,761 square foot, <br /> self-storage building into a multitenant food hall with a 1,326 square foot incidental <br /> outdoor dining and seating area at 33-35 W. Huntington Drive. <br /> Recommended Action: Introduce <br /> Resolution No. 7276 approving Minor Use Permit No. MUP 18-06, Architectural Design <br /> Review No. ADR 18-19, and Planning Commission Administrative Modification No. PC <br /> AM 18-02, with a categorical exemption under the California Environmental Quality Act <br /> ("CEQA"), to convert 5,849 square feet of an existing 38,761 square foot, self-storage <br /> building into a multitenant food hall with a 1,326 square foot incidental outdoor dining <br /> and seating area at 33-35 W. Huntington Drive. <br /> Recommended Action: Adopt <br /> Regarding Public Hearing 9.a, Mayor Verlato announced that she has a conflict of interest, that <br /> she and her husband own the property located at 33 E. Huntington Drive, which is within 1,000 <br /> feet of the subject property at 33-35 W. Huntington Drive, and will recuse herself from participation <br /> and discussion in this matter. Mayor Verlato left the room. <br /> 2 10-01-2019 <br />
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