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November 4, 2010

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SAN FRANCISCO

PLANNING COMMISSION

Meeting Minutes

Commission Chambers - Room 400

City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place

Thursday, November 4, 2010

1:30 PM

Regular Meeting

 

COMMISSIONERS PRESENT:  Miguel, Olague, Antonini, Moore and Sugaya

COMMISSIONERS ABSENT:    Borden

 

THE MEETING WAS CALLED TO ORDER BY PRESIDENT MIGUEL AT 1:44 P.M.

 

STAFF IN ATTENDANCE:  John Rahaim – Director of Planning, David Lindsay, Bill Wycko, Aaron Hollister, Adrian Putra, Devyani Jain, Elizabeth Watty, AnMarie Rodgers, Brett Bollinger, Kevin Guy, Dan Sider, Steve Wertheim, Tara Sullivan, Joshua Switzky, Mary Woods, and Linda Avery – Commission Secretary.

 

A.            CONSIDERATION OF ITEMS PROPOSED FOR CONTINUANCE

 

The Commission will consider a request for continuance to a later date.  The Commission may choose to continue the item to the date proposed below, to continue the item to another date, or to hear the item on this calendar.

 

1.         2010.0716C                                                               (A. HOLLISTER: (415) 575-9078)

1556 STOCKTON STREET - east side between Union and Green Streets, Lot 054 in Assessor’s Block 0116 - Request for Conditional Use Authorization to legitimize a Self-Service Specialty Food establishment (DBA Tony’s A Go Go) that would also offer pizza-making classes as a Personal Service use.  The proposed business would occupy approximately 900 gross square feet.  No physical expansion of the existing building is proposed.  This site is within the North Beach Neighborhood Commercial Use District, the North Beach Special Use District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District

Preliminary Recommendation:  Approval with Conditions

                        (Proposed for Continuance to December 9, 2010)

 

SPEAKERS:     None

ACTION:           Continued to December 16, 2010

AYES:              Antonini, Moore, Sugaya, Olague and Miguel

ABSENT:          Borden

 

B.         CONSENT CALENDAR

 

All matters listed hereunder constitute a Consent Calendar, are considered to be routine by the Planning Commission, and will be acted upon by a single roll call vote of the Commission.  There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a member of the Commission, the public, or staff so requests, in which event the matter shall be removed from the Consent Calendar and considered as a separate item at this or a future hearing

 

2.         2009.0770C                                                                         (A. PUTRA: (415) 575-9079)

678 PORTOLA DRIVE - north side between Woodside Avenue and Sydney, Lot 004 in Assessor’s Block 2892 - Request for Conditional Use Authorization, pursuant to Planning Code Sections 209.6(c) and 303 to establish a new wireless telecommunication services (WTS) facility by replacing three omni antennas with nine panel antennas to be mounted and concealed within a church steeple, as part of the AT&T wireless telecommunications network in a RH-1(D) (One-family, Residential, Detached) Zoning District, and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

Preliminary Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

 

SPEAKERS:     None

ACTION:           Approved

AYES:              Antonini, Moore, Sugaya, Olague and Miguel

ABSENT:          Borden

MOTION:           18214

 

C.         COMMISSIONERS’ QUESTIONS AND MATTERS

 

            Commission Comments/Questions

·         Inquiries/Announcements.  Without discussion, at this time Commissioners may make announcements or inquiries of staff regarding various matters of interest to the Commissioner(s).

·         Future Meetings/Agendas.  At this time, the Commission may discuss and take action to set the date of a Special Meeting and/or determine those items that could be placed on the agenda of the next meeting and other future meetings of the Planning Commission.

 

Commissioner Miguel:

Rather than comment earlier, I thought I would save it for here, as to the possibility of
an offsite meeting in December regarding Park Merced, there was comment from Commissioners here that was affirmative in that regard. I've spoken with a number of people from that area and  organizations, as well as with the Mayor's Office of Economic, and Work Force Development. I am sure we will hear from later this afternoon as well on Park Merced
and the concept is that doing such a truthfully massive and extremely involved project on
which we are going to -- and we will hear more in detail later
this afternoon, a number of informational hearings, was the thought that those particular
matters regarding the project that are of most interest to the
residents, the tenants, and the general neighborhood, would best be heard there. And so I have, actually, been working with Director Rahaim and with the Mayor's Office, the Economic Work Force Development to determine which items would be heard there, which ones would normally be heard here, any actual votes would be done here, I know it's an unusual situation. Not that totally difficult to accomplish and we will get more details, as we go along.

 

Commissioner Moore:

I support what you said. It's a very large community and we need to be out there doing what we do. I was extremely proud to hear national television label us as the most beautiful City in the country which we obviously all know. We all try to contribute to keeping it that way, but it was wonderful to hear. I want to commend the City on how well they organized the thing, that not a speck of anything, orange, black, or  whatever, when you walk across the big plaza down the streets. it's remarkable with so many present that they organized it as well as they did. It was fabulous to watch and I am happy the City was able to pull it off that well.

 

On another note, I attended a meeting last night at the Southeast Community Center, Candlestick Point state recreation area,  the parks service presented the plan. It was a number of people that come here that showed up. What I was concerned about, and I am not speaking about the design and how it's being done, but there's a slight disconnect bringing the Candlestick Hunter Point forward to open space connections. The design as presented last night does not seem to be fully on top of the knowledge and the breadth of what was done in that plan. I hope there will be a meeting of minds for those two groups that come together and work out where the marches need to occur. The other thing I want to talk about is there are two items which were settled and off our calendar today, those are items 12 and 14. And I want to comment on the weakness and short comings of the drawings which accompanied both of these projects. I am continuously dismayed and have been for many years that we are not encouraging more consistent sets being submitted to us, relative to what is depicted and how it is depicted. I would probably call these two drawings remotely sophomoric. Perhaps my first year of architecture school, that's about where this is. For this Commission that is not consistent or appropriate to render the type of decisions we need to make and I want to help and empower the Department that generally we are raising the bar of what is being expected as a minimum for visual depiction in these applications. Sometimes we see window sill details and foundation details which don't really matter. But what we really want to see is how does it fit the context of the neighborhood, to how does it meet the Department's guidelines to determine them. Three dimensional or whatever, but these sets are way short of what the Department should be able to expect. Just want to put that into the discussion and see if we can help, perhaps, develop a set of criteria to help the Department.


Commissioner Antonini:

Like all of us thrilled with the Giants World Series Victory, particularly it happened on Monday so we aren't sitting here biting our nails for the possible seventh game today. I might have been there, but in any case, it was a thrill to walk up the same steps today
that the Giants walked down on the entrance to City Hall and this does rekindle our image as a City which we used to be known as 80 years ago. That has fallen by the wayside recently, but the way it was handled yesterday, between the City, the Giants, and the Project Sponsors, how well it was done.

On a smaller scale, but also I think of equal importance, today was the first round of golf tournament out at Harding Park, which was the champions, and some of the names that my age is more familiar with, Tom Watson and Fred couples are among the participants out there. It's the second major tournament in two years there will be another, and I would like to acknowledge the former and present supervisor who were instrumental in refurbishing Harding Park and making it great for local golfers and world champions alike. I am optimistic we can do the same thing in the future with our other capital assets, and improve them and bring them back to their former greatness so a good step in the right direction, thank you.

 

Commissioner Sugaya:

I am going to wear former Commissioner Bill Lee's hat for a moment. The Traveler Magazine has named San Francisco the most favorite City for travel in the U.S., so -- and I just wanted to comment on Commissioner Moore's Candlestick Park. I am sure they are going to have a lot of time to come to a meeting of the minds given the State budget and the failure of prop 21.

 

D.         DIRECTOR’S REPORT

 

            Director’s Announcements

           

                        None

 

            Review of Past Week’s Events at the Board of Supervisors, Board of Appeals, and Historic Preservation Commission.

 

Land Use: 

101229 Marina Branch Library Landmark Designation (Sullivan/Frye)

101230 North Beach Library Landmark Designation (Sullivan/Frye)

100992 222 2nd Street General Plan Amendment (Guy)

100993 222 2nd Street Zoning Map Amendment (Guy)

101057 Health Care Services Master Plan (Watty/Rodgers/Rahaim)

 

FULL BOARD:

100829 Planning Code - Car-Share Controls (Rodgers)

100046 Amending Inclusionary Housing Ordinance (Sullivan)

 

RESULTS OF BOARD HEARINGS LAST WEEK:

Land Use: 

100829 Planning Code - Car-Share Controls (Rec. Approval)

100495 CEQA Procedures and Appeals Reform- (Cont to 11/15)

 

FULL BOARD:

100881 Zoning Map Amendment - 1717-17th Street (passed Final Read)

100917 Impact Fee / Jobs-Housing Linkage Program Mods (passed Final Read)

101200 TDR ; Zoning Map and General Plan Map Amendments - 680 California Street  (passed Final Read)

 

LEGISLATION INTRODUCED:

101350  Supervisor Daly  Ordinance amending the San Francisco Planning Code by amending Sections 151, 151.1, 155, 161, 249.1, 249.23, and Part VII of Article 9 (1) to remove minimum parking requirements and establish maximum parking limits in M-1, C-M, and South of Market districts and the Folsom and Main Residential/Commercial and Fourth and Freelon Streets Special Use Districts to make them consistent with those of neighboring districts, (2) to require that non-residential and non-hotel parking in C-3 in the South of Market Mixed Use districts adjacent to Downtown maintain a fee structure which discourages long-term commuter parking, (3) to make parking controls in the Mission Bay Districts that are subject to the Planning Code consistent with requirements of neighboring districts; and (4) adopting findings, including environmental findings, Section 302 findings, and findings of consistency with the General Plan and the Priority Policies of Planning Code Section 101.1.

 

LEGISLATION NEARING EFFECTIVE DATE / NEWLY EFFECTIVE:

            BF 100434 Castro NCD Restaurant Changes—Oct 15

            BF 100851 Old St. Mary’s Part I—Nov 14

            BF 100188  1800 Market St LGBT SUD—Nov 23

 

INTERIM CONTROLS:

Inclusionary Housing Interim Controls—Resolution imposing interim zoning controls establishing a requirement for conditional use authorization for a change in use or reduction in size of any child care facility that serves more than 13 children, for an 18 month period.  Expires 8/12/11 or Until Perm. Controls Est.

 

091209  Interim Zoning Controls for the Bayshore Corridor.  CU for projects that involve: (1) formula retail; (2) new retail 25,000+ sf ; and/or (3) a lot merger of 25,000 sf+  in the Bayshore Corridor vicinity. Expires 10/2/11.

 

100804   Interim Zoning - Requiring Conditional Use Authorization for Change in Use or Reduction of Child Care Facilities Effective 8/5/10. EXPIRES 2/5/12

 

            3.         ERO Response to Questions Raised During Fairmont Tower FEIR                            Certification Hearing – Informational only.

 

SPEAKERS:     Susan Brant-Holly, Emil Lawrence, and Sue Hestor

ACTION:           Following conflicting opinions of the action the Commission took when it continued the item at its October 21, 2010 meeting, it was determined that the Commission Secretary would transcribe the hearing and determine the action of the Commission.

 

 

 

 

E.         GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT – 15 MINUTES

 

At this time, members of the public may address the Commission on items of interest to the public that are within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Commission except agenda items.  With respect to agenda items, your opportunity to address the Commission will be afforded when the item is reached in the meeting.  Each member of the public may address the Commission for up to three minutes.

 

SPEAKERS:  Sue Hestor regarding the DR on Lloyd Street – the item was continued to 12.2.10, but she feels it will not be ready on that date and the Commission might want to consider continuing it further out.

 

F.         PUBLIC COMMENT ON AGENDA ITEMS WHERE THE PUBLIC HEARING HAS BEEN CLOSED

 

            At this time, members of the public who wish to address the Commission on agenda items that have already been reviewed in a public hearing at which members of the public were allowed to testify and the public hearing has been closed, must do so at this time.  Each member of the public may address the Commission for up to three minutes.

 

SPEAKERS:  Sam Montoya regarding item 4, 1645 Pacific Avenue – in opposition to certification of the Final EIR

 

G.            CONSIDERATION OF FINDINGS AND FINAL ACTION – PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED

 

4.         2007.0519CEK                                                             (B. BOLLINGER: (415) 575-9024)

1645 PACIFIC AVENUE - assessor’s Block 0595 Lot 013 – Certification of the Final Environmental Impact Report. The project site is a 15,959-square-foot parcel located on a block bounded by Pacific Ave., Polk St., Jackson St., and Van Ness Ave. in the Russian Hill neighborhood. The proposed project would demolish the existing commercial building and replace it with a new 65-foot high building with 48 residential units, ground-level retail uses, and 49 parking spaces. The project site is within the Polk Street Neighborhood Commercial District (Polk NCD) and 65-A Height and Bulk District.

NOTE: The public hearing on the Draft EIR is closed. The public comment period for the Draft EIR ended on January 19, 2010. The Planning Commission does not conduct public review of Final EIRs. Public comments on the certification may be presented to the Planning Commission during the Public Comment portion of the Commission calendar.

                        Preliminary Recommendation: Certify the Final EIR

(continued from Regular Meeting of October 28, 2010)

 

SPEAKERS:     None

ACTION:           Approved certification of the Final EIR

AYES:              Antonini, Moore, Sugaya, Olague and Miguel

ABSENT:          Borden

RESOLUTION:   18215

 

H.            REGULAR CALENDAR 

 

5.         2007.0519CEK                                                                         (K. GUY: (415) 558-6163)

1645 PACIFIC AVENUE - south side between Polk Street and Van Ness Avenue; Lot 013 in Assessor’s Block 0595 - Request for Conditional Use Authorization, pursuant to Planning Code Sections 121.1, 271, and 303 to grant exceptions to bulk requirements and to allow development of a lot larger than 10,000 square feet, within the Polk Street Neighborhood Commercial District, and the 65-A Height and Bulk District, and the adoption of findings under the California Environmental Quality Act. The proposed project is to demolish an existing building containing automotive repair and parking uses and a portion of another automotive repair building, and to construct a new six-story over basement building containing approximately 39 dwelling units, 40 off-street parking spaces, and approximately 3,200 square feet of ground-floor commercial uses.

Preliminary Recommendation:  Approval with Conditions

(continued from Regular Meeting of October 28, 2010)

 

SPEAKERS:     In support:  Steve Vettel – representing the Project Sponsor, Dawn Trennart – Neighborhood Association, James Shu, Joel Koppel, Michael Tornabene – SPUR, and Tim Colen – HAC;  In opposition:  Sally Rosenman, Anne Thilges, Karen Dold, Sam Montoya, Linda Chapman, and Brad Thilges

ACTION:           Approved per neighborhood agreement

AYES:              Antonini, Moore, Sugaya, Olague and Miguel

ABSENT:          Borden

MOTION:           18216

 

6.         2010.0908T                                                                            (D. Sider: (415) 558-6697)

Consideration of an Ordinance related to Mobile Food Facilities and Temporary Uses - Initiated by Supervisor Bevan Dufty under Board File Number 101351, this Ordinance would make amendments to the Planning Code including adding Section 102.31 to define a Mobile Food Facility, amending Section 205 and adding Section 205.4 to establish a new category of temporary uses, and amending Sections 212, 790.91, 790.93 and 890.90 to clarify that Mobile Food Facilities need not be conducted within enclosed buildings.

                        Preliminary Recommendation: Approval

 

SPEAKERS:     In support:  Hugh Schick, Matt Cohen – Off the Grid, and Brad Paul

ACTION:           Approved as modified to extend to 300 square feet

AYES:              Antonini, Moore, Sugaya, Olague and Miguel

ABSENT:          Borden

RESOLUTION:   18217

 

7.         2010.0837T                                                                   (S. WERTHEIM: (415) 558-6612)

AMENDMENTS TO THE SOUTH OF MARKET YOUTH AND FAMILY SPECIAL USE DISTRICT - The Planning Commission will consider a Planning Code Amendment to Section 249.40A, as proposed by an Ordinance introduced at the Board of Supervisors (Board of Supervisors File No. 101093 (Daly)).  The proposed Ordinance would increase affordable housing requirements in the SoMa Youth and Family Special Use District, bounded generally by Natoma Street on the north, Harrison Street on the south, 4th Street on the east, and 7th Street on the west. The increase would be from the City’s baseline affordable housing requirements (15% on-site or 20% off-site/in-lieu) to the Eastern Neighborhoods “Tier C” affordable housing requirements (22% on-site or 27% off-site/in-lieu) for projects tangent to the following streets within the Special Use District: 4th St., 5th St., 6th St., 7th St., Howard St., Folsom St., and Harrison St.

Preliminary Recommendation: Recommend disapproval of the proposed Ordinance.

 

SPEAKERS:     April – Supervisor Daily’s Office and Angelica Carbande - SOMCAN

ACTION:           Approved the intent of the proposed ordinance moving forward with the continued interaction of the Supervisor’s office, the community, the Planning Department, and other city agencies

AYES:              Moore, Sugaya, Olague and Miguel

NAYES:            Antonini

ABSENT:          Borden

RESOLUTION:   18219

 

 

 

8.         2010.0833T                                                                    (A. RODGERS: (415) 558-6395)

PROPOSED COMMISSION-SPONSORED PLANNING CODE AMENDMENTS RELATED to the Upper Market Street Neighborhood Commercial District - The Planning Commission will consider a Resolution to recommend adoption of amendments to the Planning Code. The amendments are intended to apply new development impact fees and design controls to the existing neighborhood commercial district.  The draft ordinance would amend the San Francisco Planning Code including amendments to Sections 134, 145.4, 151.1, 155, 207.7, 207.8, 263.20, 401, 416 et seq., 421.1, 421.3, 421.5, 721, and 721.1 as the sections relate to the Upper Market Street Neighborhood Commercial District (Upper Market NCD) and to extend the Market and Octavia Community Infrastructure Fee area to include the Upper Market Street Neighborhood Commercial District lying outside the Market and Octavia Plan area.  The controls will amend the parking and loading requirements; require ground floor commercial on this portion of Market Street; amend certain design requirements; and make other amendments; adopting findings, including environmental findings, Section 302 findings, and findings of consistency with the General Plan and the Priority Policies of Planning Code Section 101.1.

Recommend: Approval with Modification

 

SPEAKERS:     In support:  Andrea Aiello – Castro/Upper Market Community Benefit District, Lee Moulton – TSAO Design Group, David Troup – Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association, Joe Curtin – Castro Area Planning & Action, Dennis Richards – Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association, Judith Hoyem – Castro/Eureka Valley Neighborhood Association, Redmond Land, John McConnel, and Gavin Buckly; In opposition:  Mitchell Benjamin – Sternberg Benjamin Architects, Gregory Clark, and Jeff Rocca

ACTION:           Approved per staff recommendations

AYES:              Antonini, Moore, Sugaya, Olague and Miguel

ABSENT:          Borden

RESOLUTION:   18220

 

9.         2010.0839T                                                                      (T. SULLIVAN: (415) 558-6257)           

Amendments to the Planning Code Residential Inclusionary Affordable Housing Program.  [BOS FILE NO. 10-1095] -  Hearing of a proposed Ordinance that would amend amending the Residential Inclusionary Affordable Housing Program, Planning Code Sections 415 et seq. to exempt certain Qualified Student Housing Projects, as defined, if the project meets certain requirements; and making findings including environmental findings.  The Commission will consider an Ordinance introduced by Supervisor Dufty that would amend the Planning Code as described with additional modifications as recommended by the Planning Department and making various findings including environmental findings, Planning Code Section 101 and 302 findings, and General Plan consistency findings.

Preliminary Recommendation: Approval with Modifications

 

SPEAKERS:     In support:  Tim Colen – SF Housing Action Coalition, James Haas – Civic Center Stakeholders Group, David Meckel – California college of Arts, David Sewark – UC Hastings College of Law, Jason Smith – SF Conservatory of Music, Brad Paul, Henry Kernilowicz, Glenn Lewis, USF, Clark Damus

ACTION:           Approved as modified

AYES:              Moore, Sugaya, Olague and Miguel

NAYES:            Antonini

ABSENT:          Borden

RESOLUTION:   18218

 

10.                                                              (J. SWITZKY: (415) 575-6815/M. YARNE: 554-6512)

PARK MERCED MIXED-USE PROJECT OVERVIEW AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT – INFORMATIONAL ONLY – Parkmerced is generally bounded by 19th Avenue to the east, Lake Merced Boulevard to the west, Holloway Avenue to the north, and Stanley Boulevard to the south.  The proposed project includes those lots owned by Parkmerced Investors, LLC, and includes Assessor’s Blocks 7303, 7303A, 7308-311, 7314, 7316, 7319-26, 7330-45, 7333 A-B, 7333E & 7353-7373.  Parkmerced is a rental housing complex constructed between 1941-1951 consisting of approxmiately 3,200 existing residential units and owned by Parkmerced Investors, LLC.  Informational Hearing to provide an overview of the proposed project components and draft Development Agreement. The project, which would be implemented over 20-30 years in multiple phases, includes the addition of approximately 5,700 net new residential units, the demolition and replacement of approximately 1,800 existing units which would remain subject to the San Francisco Rent Stabilization Ordinance, rent-protections and relocation rights for existing tenants, re-alignment and re-design of streets and blocks, re-alignment and improvement of the M Ocean View light rail line, the addition of new neighborhood serving retail and office space, new and re-configured public open spaces including neighborhood parks, pedestrian and bike paths, athletic fields, a new organic farm, and community gardens, overall transportation improvements, ecological hydrology improvements, and provision of renewable energy and water infrastructure. The draft Development Agreement would become the binding legal contract between the City and the Developer and would memorialize all of the public benefits and obligations of the Developer and associated agreements between both parties toward implementation of the Project.

Preliminary Recommendation: No Action Requested. Informational Discussion Only.

           

SPEAKERS:     In support:  Daniel Phillips, Seth – Project Sponsor, Julie Brook, Jim Cook, Dearman McPill, and Tom Rocca; In opposition: Maria Elena Querrero Enqbes, Lora Traveler, Healani Ting, Cathy Lentz, Eric Brooks, Mitchelle Omniburg, and Jeff Rocca

ACTION:           Informational hearing – although no action was taken by the Commission, it was decided that the Commission would hold one of these informational meetings in the community (December 9, 2010).

 

11.        2010.0583C                                                                      (M. WOODS: (415) 558-6315)

3575 GEARY BOULEVARD (THE INSTITUTE ON AGING) – south side between Arguello Boulevard and Stanyan Street; Lots 010 and 011 in Assessor’s Block 1084 (formerly Block 1083, Lot 2 and Block 1084, Lot 4) - Request for Conditional Use Authorization under Sections 174 and 303 of the Planning Code to modify a Condition of Approval (#D(3)) as previously imposed under Planning Commission Motion No. 17219 relating to a Conditional Use authorization for Case No. 2003.0410CEK! approved on April 6, 2006, and modified by the Board of Supervisors in its Motion No. M06-55 on May 23, 2006, which approved the demolition of the Coronet Theater and the construction of a six-story mixed use project that includes 120 affordable dwelling units for seniors, 30 supportive housing units for seniors with special needs, office, meeting and senior health services space and 95 off-street parking spaces in an NC-3 (Moderate-Scale Neighborhood Commercial) District and an 80-A Height and Bulk District. The current proposal is to modify the previously-imposed condition to eliminate the requirement for 28 valet parking spaces, for a total of 67 spaces. Valet parking will be provided for large meetings/conferences with 50 or more attendees.

Preliminary Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

 

SPEAKERS:     In support:  Steve Vettel – representing the Project Sponsor, and Ken Donnally – Institute on Aging; In opposition:  Rick Wermer

ACTION:           Following two failed motions to approve (1) with valet parking for any event; or (2) per staff recommendation, the item was continued to November 18, 2010 to allow the absent commissioner the opportunity to participate in the final action.  The public hearing will remain closed.

AYES:              Antonini, Moore, Sugaya, Olague and Miguel

ABSENT:          Borden

 

12.        2010.0768D                                                              (S. CALTAGIRONE: (415) 558-6625)

2220 BEACH STREET - north side between Broderick and Baker Streets; Lot 007 in Assessor’s Block 0915 - Request for Discretionary Review of Building Permit Application No. 2008.0905.0930, proposing to construct a one-story vertical addition at the roof of the existing two-story, single-family house and to install decks on the roofs of the second and third floors at the rear of the building located within an RH-2 (Residential, House, Two-Family) Zoning District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

                        Staff Analysis:  Abbreviated Discretionary Review

Preliminary Recommendation:  Do not take Discretionary Review and approve.

 

SPEAKERS:     None

ACTION:           DR was withdrawn prior to the hearing

 

13.        2010.0802D                                                                 (G. CABREROS: (415) 558-6169)

2774-2776 Filbert Street - north side between Baker and Broderick Streets; Lot 014A in Assessor's Block 0942 - Request for Discretionary Review of Building Permit Application No. 2009.09.09.6467 proposing to construct a one-story vertical addition to the existing three-story, two-unit building resulting in a four-story, two-unit building in an RH-2 (Residential House, Two-Family) District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

Staff Analysis: Abbreviated Discretionary Review

Preliminary Recommendation: Do not take Discretionary Review and approve.

 

SPEAKERS:     None

ACTION:           Without hearing, Continued to December 16, 2010

AYES:              Antonini, Moore, Sugaya, Olague and Miguel

ABSENT:          Borden

 

14.        2009.0828D                                                                 (G. CABREROS: (415) 558-6169)

335 Marina Boulevard - south side between Casa Way and Fillmore Street; Lot 027 in Assessor's Block 0419A - Request for Discretionary Review of Building Permit Application No. 2009.02.17.2166 proposing to construct three-story front and side horizontal additions and a two-story rear addition to the existing three-story, single-family residence in an RH-1 (Residential House, Single-Family) District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

Staff Analysis: Abbreviated Discretionary Review

                        Preliminary Recommendation: Do not take Discretionary Review and approve.

 

SPEAKERS:     None

ACTION:           DR was withdrawn prior to the hearing

 

I.          PUBLIC COMMENT

 

At this time, members of the public may address the Commission on items of interest to the public that are within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Commission except agenda items.  With respect to agenda items, your opportunity to address the Commission will be afforded when the item is reached in the meeting with one exception.  When the agenda item has already been reviewed in a public hearing at which members of the public were allowed to testify and the Commission has closed the public hearing, your opportunity to address the Commission must be exercised during the Public Comment portion of the Calendar.  Each member of the public may address the Commission for up to three minutes.

 

The Brown Act forbids a commission from taking action or discussing any item not appearing on the posted agenda, including those items raised at public comment.  In response to public comment, the commission is limited to:

 

(1)  responding to statements made or questions posed by members of the public; or

(2)  requesting staff to report back on a matter at a subsequent meeting; or

(3)   directing staff to place the item on a future agenda.  (Government Code Section 54954.2(a))

 

SPEAKERS:     None

 

Adjournment:    10:53 p.m.

 

Adopted:       December 2, 2010

Last updated: 12/6/2010 10:44:31 AM