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Nov 27, 2018

Planning Commission met on Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 6 p.m. at City Hall. Here are the results for a few of the notable items on the agenda. 

Agenda Item 8 — Special Use Permit for a Proposed Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale Establishment— A request for a Special Use Permit for a proposed 1,325 square-foot expansion to an existing 2,379 square-foot off-sale establishment at 1424 N. Eastern Ave, La Michocana market.  APPROVED.

Agenda Item 9 — Special Use Permit for a Proposed Nightclub Use for Cornish Pasty — Cornish Pasty Company is requesting a Special Use Permit in order to operate a nightclub use in conjunction with the existing Tavern-Limited establishment. The applicant would like the ability to bring bands for live music which meets the definition of a nightclub use; a special use permit is requested in order to operate a nightclub within a general commercial zoning district. APPROVED.

Agenda Item 12 — Short Term Rental — 2200 Nordica Ct - Special Use Permit to allow a 617-foot distance separation where 660 feet is required near Nordica Ct. and Via Olivero Ave. Staff recommends denial. ABEYED to January 8.  

Agenda Item 24 — Special Use Permit for a Proposed Marijuana Cultivation Facility— The applicant requests a Special Use Permit for a proposed 17,952 square-foot marijuana cultivation facility to be located at 3020 and 3030 S. Valley View Blvd. The proposed site is in compliance with all minimum distance separation requirements. APPROVED.

Agenda Item 25 - 28 — Short Term Rental — 235 W. Philadelphia Ave., Units 1, 2, 6 & 7- The applicant proposes to utilize four of the 10 residential units (1, 2, 6 and 7) as Short-Term Residential Rental uses. The submitted floor plan drawings indicate the four units are one-bedroom residential units. As there are four Short-Term Residential units being applied for on the same property, three of the units will require associated distance separation waivers to allow the uses to be zero feet from an existing Short-Term Residential Rental use, where 660 feet is required. The applicant has indicated that the preference is to apply the distance separation waivers to units 1, 2 and 7; with unit 6 being the primary unit. DENIED. 

Agenda Item 29 — Existing Short Term Rental — 2200 Sunland Ave. - The applicant is proposing to continue to operate a Short-Term Residential Rental use within the existing single-family dwelling at 2200 Sunland Avenue. The subject site has been operating as a Short-Term Residential Rental with a business license issued on 12/29/16, but requires a Special Use Permit to continue operating after 6/30/19 per Ordinance No. 6585. APPROVED. 

Agenda Item 30 — Existing Short Term Rental — 1913 Valley of Fire Ave. - The applicant is proposing to operate a Short-Term Residential Rental use within the existing single-family dwelling at 8913 Valley of Fire Avenue. The subject site has been operating as a Short-Term Residential Rental with a business license issued on 10/06/15, but requires a Special Use Permit to continue operating after 6/30/19 per Ordinance No. 6585.  APPROVED.

Agenda Item 31— Short Term Rental — 220 Moller Circle -  Special Use Permit to allow a proposed short term rental at Moller Circle and Estrella Ave. DENIED.

Agenda Item 32— Short Term Rental — 1536 Valley Crest St. -  Special Use Permit to allow a proposed short term rental at the corner of Valley Crest St. and Mint Frost Way. DENIED.