Long Beach, CA
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File #: 22-0680    Version: 1 Name: PW - 2400 Long Beach Blvd Vacation
Type: Resolution Status: Adopted
File created: 6/1/2022 In control: City Council
On agenda: 6/21/2022 Final action: 6/21/2022
Title: Recommendation to adopt a Resolution of Intention to vacate 122 feet of the east-west alley located east of Long Beach Boulevard and west of an unnamed north-south alley, between the properties located at 2400 and 2450 Long Beach Boulevard; Set the date of August 16, 2022, for the public hearing on the vacation; and Accept Categorical Exemption No. CE-17-162. (District 6)
Sponsors: Public Works
Attachments: 1. 062122-C-17sr&att, 2. RES-22-0094.pdf
TITLE
Recommendation to adopt a Resolution of Intention to vacate 122 feet of the east-west alley located east of Long Beach Boulevard and west of an unnamed north-south alley, between the properties located at 2400 and 2450 Long Beach Boulevard;

Set the date of August 16, 2022, for the public hearing on the vacation; and

Accept Categorical Exemption No. CE-17-162. (District 6)

DISCUSSION
Richard Earl Todd and Claudia Todd, husband and wife, as joint tenants, as to Parcel A; R & P Todd Family Partnership, LTD., a California limited partnership, formerly known as Todd Family Partnership, LTD., a California limited partnership, as to Parcel B; and, R & P Todd Family Partnership LTD., a California limited partnership, as to Parcel C, the owners of the property at 2400, 2450 and 2490 Long Beach Boulevard, request the vacation of 122 feet of the east-west alley located east of Long Beach Boulevard and west of an unnamed north-south alley, between the properties located at 2400 and 2450 Long Beach Boulevard (Attachment A). Vacating this portion of public right-of-way (ROW) would allow the property owners to improve the alley as part of their proposed residential development project adjacent to the alley.

On March 1, 2018, the Planning Commission determined that the proposed vacation of this portion of public ROW is in conformance with the adopted goals of the City’s General Plan (Attachment B).

Proceedings for this vacation are being conducted in accordance with Chapter 3, General Vacation Procedure, of the Public Streets, Highways and Service Easements Vacation Law of the California Streets and Highways Code. Findings must establish that the subject right-of-way is unnecessary for present or prospective public use. The Public Works Department supports this vacation based on findings that this portion of ROW is not necessary as a vehicular or pedestrian thoroughfare. The City of Long Beach (City) Public Works Department requests adoption of a Resolution of Inte...

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