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File #: 22-771    Version: 1
Type: Report Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 6/16/2022 In control: PLANNING COMMISSION
On agenda: 6/27/2022 Final action:
Title: CALL TO REVIEW PLANNING DIVISION ZONING APPROVAL BC21-00147 FOR A 1,072-SQUARE-FOOT SECOND-STORY ADDITION AND REMODEL AT 283 EAST 19TH STREET
Attachments: 1. Agenda Report, 2. 1. Draft Planning Commission Resolution, 3. 2. Summary Sheet, 4. 3. Summary of Changes, 5. 4. Second Story Notification, 6. 5. Neighbor Statement, 7. 6. Vicinity Map, 8. 7. Zoning Map, 9. 8. Pictures, 10. 9. Plans
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TITLE:
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CALL TO REVIEW PLANNING DIVISION ZONING APPROVAL BC21-00147 FOR A 1,072-SQUARE-FOOT SECOND-STORY ADDITION AND REMODEL AT 283 EAST 19TH STREET
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DEPARTMENT: ECONOMIC AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT/ PLANNING DIVISION
PRESENTED BY: CHRIS YEAGER, ASSOCIATE PLANNER
CONTACT INFORMATION: CHRIS YEAGER, (714) 754-4883; Christopher.Yeager@costamesaca.gov

RECOMMENDATION:
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Staff recommends that the Planning Commission adopt a Resolution to uphold the Planning Division's administrative approval of the proposed second-story addition at 283 East 19th Street with recommended design modifications, as agreed to by the applicant and owners of the neighboring property located at 279 East 19th Street.
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APPLICANT OR AUTHORIZED AGENT:
The authorized agent is Alex Hurtado, representing the property owners, Hakann Family, LLC. The application review by the Planning Commission was requested by Mayor John Stephens.
BACKGROUND:
The subject "call for review" was heard by the Planning Commission at the June 13, 2022 Planning Commission meeting. The property owners and occupants of the neighboring property located at 279 East 19th Street expressed concerns regarding the proposed addition including:
1. A proposed new juliet balcony to be located at the proposed "library";
2. An increase in the size of windows located at the existing "Master Bedroom 2";
3. Increased shade; and
4. The long fa?ade of the proposed residential additions.
After considering public testimony including both the neighbors at 279 East 19th Street and the applicant's architect, the Planning Commission continued the item to the June 27, 2022 Planning Commission hearing by a 6-0 vote. The specific Planning Commission direction was for the applicant's architect to determine if the applicant was receptive to the design changes recommended by staff to reduce potential privacy impacts for the neighboring property at 279 East 19th Street. The Planning Commission discussed that ...

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