Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Bookmark and Share
File #: 2019-7380   
Type: Minutes
Body: Planning Board
On agenda: 10/28/2019
Title: Draft Meeting Minutes - September 23, 2019
Title

Draft Meeting Minutes - September 23, 2019

Body

DRAFT MINUTES
REGULAR MEETING OF THE
CITY OF ALAMEDA PLANNING BOARD
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2019

1. CONVENE
President Curtis convened the meeting at 7:00 p.m.

2. FLAG SALUTE
Board Member Hom led the flag salute.

3. ROLL CALL
Present: Board Members Curtis, Cavanaugh, Hom, Rothenberg, Ruiz, Saheba, Teague.
Absent: None.

4. AGENDA CHANGES AND DISCUSSION
None.

5. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
None.

6. CONSENT CALENDAR
Board Member Teague asked to pull both items for review.

6-A 2019-7266
PLN19-0056 - Design Review - 1527 Park Street - Applicant: Maxwell Beaumont for Theresa Do - Public hearing to consider Design Review to allow the construction of an approximately 738-square-foot one-story restaurant on an approximately 10,207-square-foot property located at 1527 Park Street. The site is within the C-C-T, Community Commercial - Theatre Combining District. The project is categorically exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines Section 15303 - New construction of small structures

The staff report and attachments can be found at: https://alameda.legistar.com/LegislationDetail.aspx?ID=4133455&GUID=DC3D9069-0974-4E4A-A969-1BAAF1ECEDA4&FullText=1

Board Member Teague said that the resolution permits construction activities on Sundays. He asked if that was intentional, or an oversight.

Henry Dong, Planner III, said that the inclusion of Sundays must have been a mistake.

Board Member Teague made a motion to approve the item with the condition that Sunday be removed from the permitted construction times.
Board Member Hom said that one drawing showed the awning crossing into the public sidewalk area and another showed the awning staying within the boundaries of the private property. He asked which was correct.

Allen Tai, City Planner, said that it was very common for awnings in a commercial district to project over property lines. He said they typically just require an encroachment perm...

Click here for full text