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File #: 2022-2161   
Type: Minutes
Body: Planning Board
On agenda: 6/27/2022
Title: Draft Meeting Minutes - April 11, 2022
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Draft Meeting Minutes - April 11, 2022

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DRAFT MINUTES
REGULAR MEETING OF THE
CITY OF ALAMEDA PLANNING BOARD
MONDAY, APRIL 11, 2022

1. CONVENE
Vice President Teresa Ruiz convened the *meeting at 7:00 p.m.

*Pursuant to Assembly Bill 361, codified at Government Code Section 54953, Planning Board members can attend the meeting via teleconference.

2. FLAG SALUTE
Board Member Alan Teague led the flag salute.

3. ROLL CALL
Present: Vice President Ruiz, and Board Members Curtis, Hom and Teague.
Absent: President Asheshh Saheba and Board Members Xiomara Cisneros and Rona Rothenberg.

4. AGENDA CHANGES AND DISCUSSION
None.

5. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
None.

6. CONSENT CALENDAR
None.

7. REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS
7-A 2022-1917
1435 Webster Street -Use Permit for Use of Parking Lot for Outdoor Commercial Entertainment Events - Applicant: West Alameda Business Association. Consideration of a Use Permit to allow use of an existing parking lot at 1435 Webster Street for outdoor commercial and entertainment events. The project is located within the C-C (Community Commercial) Zoning District. The project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15301 - Existing Facilities and Section15183 - Projects Consistent with General Plan and Zoning

Brian McGuire, Planner, introduced the item and gave a brief presentation. The staff report and attachments can be found at https://alameda.legistar.com/LegislationDetail.aspx?ID=5544815&GUID=92833593-C1A5-4513-8C3B-5D129D944FCB&FullText=1.
Vice President Ruiz opened the board clarifying questions.

Board Member Teague asked how the owner would be monitoring the amplified sound, if it would be continuously monitored. He also asked about attendance for non-ticketed events and then wording in connection to how the noise was monitored.

Allen Tai, City Planner, discussed how WABA (West Alameda Business Association) would monitor noise. He added that they had the reading...

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