Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Chair: Luther Hert Vice-Chair: Martha Diehl Secretary: Mike Novo
Paul C. Getzelman Cosme Padilla
Jay Brown Aurelio Salazar, Jr
Amy Roberts Jose Mendez
Don Rochester Keith Vandevere
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
A. ROLL CALL
B. PUBLIC COMMENTS
C. AGENDA ADDITIONS, DELETIONS
D. APPROVAL OF MINUTES: None
E. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS, REQUESTS AND REFERRALS
F. SCHEDULED ITEMS
Project Planner: Ramon Montano. Environmental Status: Categorical Exemption. Project Description: Combined Development Permit consisting of: 1) A Coastal Development Permit for a Lot Line Adjustment between two contiguous legal lots of record resulting in an equal exchange of 839 square feet between Lot A of approximately 0.459 acres (Assessor’s Parcel Number 241 311 006 000) and Lot B of approximately 0.327 acres (Assessor’s Parcel Number 241 311 005 000), to correct a non conforming side setback for the residence by increasing it from 10 feet to 20 feet on the west side of Lot A; 2) A Variance to maintain an existing legal non-conforming setback of 16 feet on the east side of lot A, maintain an existing site coverage of 18% and allow the relocate of existing deck area; 3) A Coastal Administrative Permit to allow the development of a 120 square foot long access road and staging area located on parcel B (grading less than 100 cubic yards of cut and fill); a Coastal Development Permit to allow development within 750 feet of a known archaeological resource; and Design Approval to increase second story floor are from 2,413 square feet to 2,561 square feet and reduce the floor area on the third floor from 716 square feet to 665 square feet; and replace all exterior siding, doors, windows and roof materials; colors and materials: siding cementitious panel (gray), all windows and doors to be replaced with dark bronze anodized aluminum framed windows and doors, wood decks (natural redwood), railings (stainless steel) roof metal standing seam (dark grey).The contiguous properties are located west Highway 1, (Assessor's Parcel Numbers 241-311-005-000 and 241-311-006-000), at 175 Sonoma Lane and, Carmel Highlands, Carmel Area Land Use Plan, Coastal Zone.. Recommended Action: Approve Project
Project Planner: Daniel Lister. Environmental Status: Categorical Exemption. Project Description: An ordinance to amend Section 21.08.060 of Title 21 (Non‑Coastal Zoning Ordinance) of the Monterey County Code to rezone two five- acre parcels from the “F/40‑D” [Farmlands, 40 acre minimum with a Design Control Overlay] zoning classification to the “F/B‑6‑D” [Farmlands with a Building Site and Design Control Overlay] zoning classification, upon finding that the ordinance is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The rezoning is required to satisfy Condition No. 8 of Resolution No. 12‑032 (PLN110145). The properties are located at 645 and 655 River Road, Salinas (Assessor's Parcel Number 167‑081‑002‑000), Toro Area Plan. Recommended Action: Recommend adoption to the Board of Supervisors
Project Planner: Daniel Lister. Environmental Status: Categorical Exemption. Project Description: Use Permit and Design Approval to allow a new unmanned wireless communication facility consisting of an 80‑foot tall "snag" monopole with 6 AT&T panel antennas mounted inside the monopole and space for 2 additional carriers to co‑locate on the monopole, a 498 square foot equipment shelter that includes space for AT&T and two additional carriers, two GPS antennas installed on the roof of the equipment shelter and 12 remote radio units inside the equipment shelter. The monopole will be designed to look like a Monterey Pine tree "snag"; colors and materials of the equipment shelter will match the existing Monterey Peninsula Country Club buildings. The property is located at 3000 Club Drive, Pebble Beach (Assessor's Parcel Number 007‑371‑011‑000), Greater Monterey Peninsula Area Plan. Recommended Action: Approve Project
Project Planner: Nadia Amador. Environmental Status: Categorical Exemption. Project Description: Right‑to‑Farm ordinance amending Chapter 16.40 (Protection of Agricultural Activities) of the Monterey County Code in order to implement General Plan Policy No. AG‑1.9, which requires increased protection from nuisance claims through strengthening of the "Right‑to‑Farm" ordinance. Recommended Action: Continue hearing to April 9, 2014.
Project Planner: Anna Quenga. Environmental Status: Statutory Exemption. Project Description: Workshop to discuss and consider the proposed Water and Energy Efficiency Landscape Ordinance (REF110056) for the unincorporated areas of the County of Monterey to reduce water and energy consumption through landscape design and techniques. The purpose of the workshop is to seek public input and receive direction from the Planning Commission. Recommended Action: Continue workshop to April 9, 2014.
G. OTHER MATTERS:
Appointment to Carmel Unincorporated/Carmel Highlands Land Use Advisory Committee – Robert Littell.
Appointment to Carmel Valley Land Use Advisory Committee – Michael Addison
H. DEPARTMENT REPORT
The Recommended Action indicates the staff recommendation at the time the agenda was prepared. That recommendation does not limit the Planning Commission’s alternative actions on any matter before it.
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