Long Beach, CA
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Meeting Name: Planning Commission Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 3/21/2019 5:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: 333 W. Ocean Boulevard Council Chamber
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
Meeting video: eComment: Not available  
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19-015PL 1 PL-03.07.19PL-Agenda ItemRecommendation to receive and file the Planning Commission Minutes of March 7, 2019.approve recommendationPass Action details Video Video
19-016PL 11.PL-6400 E. PCHPL-Agenda ItemRecommendation to accept Categorical Exemption CE-18-239 and approve a Conditional Use Permit (CUP1810-05) and a Local Coastal Development Permit (LCDP18-030) to allow the sale of beer, wine and distilled spirits for off-site consumption (Type 21 license) for a Whole Foods Market, located at 6400 E. Pacific Coast Highway, Unit A-100, within the Southeast Area Development and Improvement Plan, Subarea17 (PD-1) zone. (District 3)approve recommendationPass Action details Video Video
19-017PL 12.PL-1147 E. South St.PL-Agenda ItemRecommendation to accept Categorical Exemption CE-18-166 and approve a Conditional Use Permit (CUP18-040) for the installation of a new roof-mounted wireless telecommunications site consisting of nine panel antennas, nine Remote Radio Units (RRUs), and two radio equipment cabinets located at 1147 E. South Street in the Neighborhood Commercial and Residential (CNR) District (Council District 9).approve recommendationPass Action details Video Video
19-018PL 13.PL- CITYWIDEPL-Agenda ItemRecommendation to find that this action is exempt from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act; and receive and file the 2018 Housing Element Annual Report and instruct the Director of Development Services to submit the Annual Report to the City Council, State Office of Planning and Research, and the California Department of Housing and Community Development. (Citywide)approve recommendationPass Action details Video Video
19-019PL 14.PL-STUDY SESSION - MOBILITYPL-Agenda ItemRecommendation to find that this action is exempt from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act; and receive and file the 2017-2018 Mobility Element Implementation Report and instruct the Director of Development Services to submit the Implementation Report to the City Council and State Office of Planning and Research. (Citywide)approve recommendationPass Action details Video Video
19-020PL 15.PL-CitywidePL-Agenda ItemRecommendation that the City Council accept Negative Declaration ND 03-19 and approve Zoning Code Amendment (ZCA19-001) to amend Title 21 of the Long Beach Municipal Code (Zoning Ordinance) to: 1) create a definition for drive-through facilities; 2) update the commercial and industrial zones permitted use tables with the new drive-through facility use; 3) require a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) for new fast food drive-throughs and expansions in industrial zones and in all Planned Development districts where they are permitted for consistency with the existing review process in the commercial zones that allow this use; and 4) provide new required findings specific to the drive-through use. (Citywide)approve recommendationPass Action details Video Video
19-021PL 16.PL-STUDY SESSION - OMNIBUSPL-Agenda ItemRecommendation that the City Council accept Negative Declaration ND 04-19 and approve Zoning Code Amendment (ZCA19-002) and to amend Title 21 of the Long Beach Municipal Code (Zoning Ordinance) to: 1) update the definition for townhomes and eliminate zoning restrictions on side-by-side units; 2) update the commercial zones sections of the code to strike out references to commercial districts no longer in use; 3) eliminate size restrictions for single-family garages and update lot coverage and floor area calculations in single-family districts; 4) update roofing material requirements for residential districts; 5) revise screening requirements for mechanical equipment in low-density residential districts; 6) provide guidelines to determine curb cut closures and require underground utilities in new projects; 7) Define the standing required and timeline for land use decision appeals; 8) update school siting requirements to reflect the City’s adopted Mobility Element; 9) eliminate zoning code restriction on maximum number of zoning regulation amendments per year. (Citywide)approve recommendationPass Action details Video Video