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 2004

Date Agenda Action Agenda
December 14, 2004  Meeting Canceled
December 7, 2004  Planning Commission Action Agenda
November 23, 2004  Meeting Canceled
November 9, 2004  Planning Commission Action Agenda
October 26, 2004  Meeting Canceled
October 12, 2004  Planning Commission Action Agenda
September 30, 2004  Planning Commission Action Agenda
September 14, 2004  Planning Commission Action Agenda
August 24, 2004  Meeting Canceled
August 10, 2004  Planning Commission Action Agenda
July 27, 2004  Planning Commission Action Agenda
July 13, 2004  Planning Commission Action Agenda
Reports
ZONING TEXT AMENDMENT 03-01 (THROUGH LOT DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS):  To amend Chapters 210 and 230 of the Huntington Beach Zoning and Subdivision Ordinance (HBZSO) to regulate the placement of fencing, landscaping, and accessory structures within the rear and street side yards of through-lots.   A through lot is defined as having frontages on two parallel streets.  The proposed amendments are generally intended to prohibit fences and structures of any height on slopes and rear portions of a through lot, require the sloped portion of a through lot to be fully landscaped and require any fence on a through lot to be located at top of grade, including fencing on the exterior side yard.  Location:  Citywide
June 8, 2004 Planning Commission Action Agenda
May 25, 2004 Planning Commission Action Agenda
Reports
APPEAL OF THE ZONING ADMINISTRATOR’S DENIAL OF ENTITLEMENT PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 03-09 (WARNER/MANNING HOMES – AMENDMENT TO CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 03-01 AND VARIANCE NO. 03-01 – Continued from April 13, 2004):   To amend Conditional Use Permit No. 03-01 and Variance No. 03-01 by deleting the following conditions of approval:  a) Condition No. 1-a – requiring the removal of staircase along interior side property line;  b) Condition No. 4 – requiring an application for a lot line adjustment;  c) Condition No. 3-a – requiring an irrevocable offer to dedicate for alley purposes;  d) Condition No. 5-d-e – requiring a new water meter and box;  e) Condition No. 1-d – requiring the under grounding of utility lines.  Location:  403 Tenth Street (northeast corner of Tenth Street and Orange Avenue)  
APPEAL OF THE ZONING ADMINISTRATOR’S APPROVAL OF CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 03-35 (TARGET DEMOLITION AND REBUILD):  To permit the demolition of a 103,458 square foot retail building and construction of a new 123,800 square foot Target department store with an 8,100 square foot attached garden center. The request includes a complete redesign of the parking area with installation of new perimeter and interior landscaping, and pedestrian walkways throughout the subject site.  Location:  9882 Adams Avenue (Southwest corner of Brookhurst St. and Adams Ave.) 
Date Agenda Action Agenda
May 11, 2004 Planning Commission Action Agenda
Reports
GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 04-01 (NPDES COMPLIANCE):  Request:  To amend the Land Use, Environmental Resources/Conservation, Circulation, Utilities and Growth Management elements of the General Plan to address watershed protection principles. Legislative Draft
Date Agenda
May 5, 2004 Planning Commission Action Agenda
Special Meeting Reports
TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 16338/ CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 02-20 WITH SPECIAL PERMIT NO. 02-04/  COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 02-12/ CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN (PACIFIC CITY)
(RECESSED ON APRIL 28, 2004 AT 12:15 A.M. WITH PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED).
    Request:  TTM: A request to subdivide approximately 31.5 acres into three parcels for purposes of developing a mixed-use project.  One of the parcels will be for residential condominium purposes and the other two parcels are for a commercial/office/hotel development.  In the residential portion of the project, there will be a 2.0-acre village park easement for public usage as well as a lettered lot for a private access road.  CUP/CDP:  A request to develop a mixed-use project consisting of retail, office, restaurant, cultural, and entertainment uses (up to 240,000 sq. ft.), a 400 room, eight-story hotel, spa and health club; a 2.0-acre open space/park easement; 516 condominium units above subterranean parking and associated infrastructure including the extension of Pacific View Avenue.  The request also includes outdoor dining, alcohol beverage sales, live entertainment indoors and outdoors, and dancing within the proposed restaurants and hotel development; carts and kiosks within the commercial and hotel development; and valet service, parking entrance gates, attendant booths, and/or collection of fees within the below grade parking structures.  In addition, the request includes a shared parking analysis which includes a reduction in the number of parking spaces required for the mixed-use project (retail, office, restaurant, cultural, entertainment, hotel, and spa uses), and tandem parking spaces.  Included in the request is to permit development on a site that has a grade differential greater than three (3) feet from the low to the high point (approximately 25’ from the lowest point to its highest point); and for development in the Coastal Zone.  Lastly, the request includes any additional soil remediation activities for the site to complement and complete the prior and on-going remediation activities, and may include but is not limited to excavation, temporary stockpiling, and on-site remediation.  Three Special Permit requests are as follows: 1) to allow commercial buildings to encroach into the required setbacks along Pacific Coast Highway and Pacific View Avenue; 2) to allow three driveway ramps into the residential below grade parking structures at a slope of 15% in lieu of maximum 10%; and 3) to permit retaining walls and private patio walls in the required perimeter residential setback areas.  A Conceptual Master Plan is included that provides an overall buildout plan of the commercial and residential portions of the site.  Location:  21002 Pacific Coast Highway (31-acre site bounded by Pacific Coast Highway, First Street, Atlanta Avenue, and Huntington Street). 
Date Agenda
April 27, 2004 Planning Commission Action Agenda
Reports
TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 16338/ CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 02-20 WITH SPECIAL PERMIT NO. 02-04/  COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 02-12/ CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN (PACIFIC CITY) – (CONTINUED FROM APRIL 13, 2004).   TTM: A request to subdivide approximately 31.5 acres into three parcels for purposes of developing a mixed-use project.  One of the parcels will be for residential condominium purposes and the other two parcels are for a commercial/office/hotel development.  In the residential portion of the project, there will be a 2.0-acre village park easement for public usage as well as a lettered lot for a private access road.  CUP/CDP:  A request to develop a mixed-use project consisting of retail, office, restaurant, cultural, and entertainment uses (up to 240,000 sq. ft.), a 400 room, eight-story hotel, spa and health club; a 2.0-acre open space/park easement; 516 condominium units above subterranean parking and associated infrastructure including the extension of Pacific View Avenue.  The request also includes outdoor dining, alcohol beverage sales, live entertainment indoors and outdoors, and dancing within the proposed restaurants and hotel development; carts and kiosks within the commercial and hotel development; and valet service, parking entrance gates, attendant booths, and/or collection of fees within the below grade parking structures.  In addition, the request includes a shared parking analysis which includes a reduction in the number of parking spaces required for the mixed-use project (retail, office, restaurant, cultural, entertainment, hotel, and spa uses), and tandem parking spaces.  Included in the request is to permit development on a site that has a grade differential greater than three (3) feet from the low to the high point (approximately 25’ from the lowest point to its highest point); and for development in the Coastal Zone.  Lastly, the request includes any additional soil remediation activities for the site to complement and complete the prior and on-going remediation activities, and may include but is not limited to excavation, temporary stockpiling, and on-site remediation.  Three Special Permit requests are as follows: 1) to allow commercial buildings to encroach into the required setbacks along Pacific Coast Highway and Pacific View Avenue; 2) to allow three driveway ramps into the residential below grade parking structures at a slope of 15% in lieu of maximum 10%; and 3) to permit retaining walls and private patio walls in the required perimeter residential setback areas.   A Conceptual Master Plan is included that provides an overall buildout plan of the commercial and residential portions of the site.  Location:  21002 Pacific Coast Highway (31-acre site bounded by Pacific Coast Highway, First Street, Atlanta Avenue, and Huntington Street).
Date Agenda
April 13, 2004 Planning Commission
Action Agenda
Reports
TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 16338/ CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 02-20 WITH SPECIAL PERMIT NO. 02-04/ COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 02-12/ CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN (PACIFIC CITY) – (CONTINUED FROM MARCH 23, 2004). TTM: A request to subdivide approximately 31.5 acres into three parcels for purposes of developing a mixed-use project. One of the parcels will be for residential condominium purposes and the other two parcels are for a commercial/office/hotel development. In the residential portion of the project, there will be a 2.0-acre village park easement for public usage as well as a lettered lot for a private access road. CUP/CDP: A request to develop a mixed-use project consisting of retail, office, restaurant, cultural, and entertainment uses (up to 240,000 sq. ft.), a 400 room, eight-story hotel, spa and health club; a 2.0-acre open space/park easement; 516 condominium units above subterranean parking and associated infrastructure including the extension of Pacific View Avenue. The request also includes outdoor dining, alcohol beverage sales, live entertainment indoors and outdoors, and dancing within the proposed restaurants and hotel development; carts and kiosks within the commercial and hotel development; and valet service, parking entrance gates, attendant booths, and/or collection of fees within the below grade parking structures. In addition, the request includes a shared parking analysis which includes a reduction in the number of parking spaces required for the mixed-use project (retail, office, restaurant, cultural, entertainment, hotel, and spa uses), and tandem parking spaces. Included in the request is to permit development on a site that has a grade differential greater than three (3) feet from the low to the high point (approximately 25’ from the lowest point to its highest point); and for development in the Coastal Zone. Lastly, the request includes any additional soil remediation activities for the site to complement and complete the prior and on-going remediation activities, and may include but is not limited to excavation, temporary stockpiling, and on-site remediation. Three Special Permit requests are as follows: 1) to allow commercial buildings to encroach into the required setbacks along Pacific Coast Highway and Pacific View Avenue; 2) to allow three driveway ramps into the residential below grade parking structures at a slope of 15% in lieu of maximum 10%; and 3) to permit retaining walls and private patio walls in the required perimeter residential setback areas. A Conceptual Master Plan is included that provides an overall buildout plan of the commercial and residential portions of the site. Location: 21002 Pacific Coast Highway (31-acre site bounded by Pacific Coast Highway, First Street, Atlanta Avenue, and Huntington Street).
APPEAL OF THE ZONING ADMINISTRATOR’S DENIAL OF ENTITLEMENT PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 03-09 (WARNER/MANNING HOMES – AMENDMENT TO CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 03-01 AND VARIANCE NO. 03-01): To amend Conditional Use Permit No. 03-01 and Variance No. 03-01 by deleting the following conditions of approval: a) Condition No. 1-a – requiring the removal of staircase along interior side property line; b) Condition No. 4 – requiring an application for a lot line adjustment; c) Condition No. 3-a – requiring an irrevocable offer to dedicate for alley purposes; d) Condition No. 5-d-e – requiring a new water meter and box; e) Condition No. 1-d – requiring the under grounding of utility lines. 403 Tenth Street (northeast corner of Tenth Street and Orange Avenue)
Date Agenda
March 23, 2004 Planning Commission
Action Agenda
Reports
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT NO. 02-01 (PACIFIC CITY).   An analysis of the potential environmental impacts that may occur from development of the Pacific City project.   21002 Pacific Coast Highway (31-acre site bounded by Pacific Coast Highway, First Street, Atlanta Avenue, and Huntington Street).  
TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 16338/ CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 02-20 WITH SPECIAL PERMIT NO. 02-04/  COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 02-12/ CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN (PACIFIC CITY).   TTM: A request to subdivide approximately 31.5 acres into three parcels for purposes of developing a mixed-use project.  One of the parcels will be for residential condominium purposes and the other two parcels are for a commercial/office/hotel development.  In the residential portion of the project, there will be a 2.0-acre village park easement for public usage as well as a lettered lot for a private access road.  CUP/CDP:  A request to develop a mixed-use project consisting of retail, office, restaurant, cultural, and entertainment uses (up to 240,000 sq. ft.), a 400 room, eight-story hotel, spa and health club; a 2.0-acre open space/park easement; 516 condominium units above subterranean parking and associated infrastructure including the extension of Pacific View Avenue.  The request also includes outdoor dining, alcohol beverage sales, live entertainment indoors and outdoors, and dancing within the proposed restaurants and hotel development; carts and kiosks within the commercial and hotel development; and valet service, parking entrance gates, attendant booths, and/or collection of fees within the below grade parking structures.  In addition, the request includes a shared parking analysis which includes a reduction in the number of parking spaces required for the mixed-use project (retail, office, restaurant, cultural, entertainment, hotel, and spa uses), and tandem parking spaces.  Included in the request is to permit development on a site that has a grade differential greater than three (3) feet from the low to the high point (approximately 25’ from the lowest point to its highest point); and for development in the Coastal Zone.  Lastly, the request includes any additional soil remediation activities for the site to complement and complete the prior and on-going remediation activities, and may include but is not limited to excavation, temporary stockpiling, and on-site remediation.  Three Special Permit requests are as follows: 1) to allow commercial buildings to encroach into the required setbacks along Pacific Coast Highway and Pacific View Avenue; 2) to allow three driveway ramps into the residential below grade parking structures at a slope of 15% in lieu of maximum 10%; and 3) to permit retaining walls and private patio walls in the required perimeter residential setback areas.   A Conceptual Master Plan is included that provides an overall buildout plan of the commercial and residential portions of the site.   21002 Pacific Coast Highway (31-acre site bounded by Pacific Coast Highway, First Street, Atlanta Avenue, and Huntington Street).
Date Agenda
March 9, 2004 Planning Commission
Action Agenda
Reports
All Attachments/Legislative Drafts located under Major Projects - Entitlement Streamlining Phase II COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 03-28 / CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 03-63 (HB BILLIARDS @ PIERSIDE PAVILION): To permit the establishment of a 5,000 square foot billiards facility including the on-site sale of beer and wine. 300 Pacific Coast Highway, Ste. 112 (Southeast corner of Pacific Coast Highway and Main Street)
ZONING TEXT AMENDMENT NO. 03-02 (ENTITLEMENT PERMIT STREAMLINING PHASE II): To amend 15 chapters of the Huntington Beach Zoning and Subdivision Ordinance, codify policies and clarify certain sections of existing codes and amend various sections of the Downtown Specific Plan SP 5. The proposed amendments are intended to reduce the overall number of discretionary entitlement applications by allowing the use by right or having a lower level discretionary body review the entitlement.
Date Agenda
February 24, 2004 Planning Commission
Action Agenda
Reports
ENTITLEMENT PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 03-05 (AMENDMENT TO CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 01-15- INKA GRILL DANCING):    To amend a previously approved conditional use permit to permit dancing on a 123 square foot dance floor in conjunction with existing live entertainment located within an existing 4,910 square foot restaurant.   301 Main Street, Ste. #101 (Plaza Almeria, west side of Main Street, between Olive and Orange Avenue)
APPEAL OF THE ZONING ADMINISTRATOR’S DENIAL OF COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 02-22; CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 02-42 AND VARIANCE NO. 03-08 (LEWIS RESIDENCE, CONTINUED FROM JANUARY 13, 2004):   CDP:  To construct a second and third floor addition to an existing single-family dwelling totaling approximately 4,311 sq. ft., including a 121 sq. ft. third story deck; CUP:  To (a) construct 1,414 sq. ft. of habitable floor area and 121 sq. ft. of deck area above the second-story top plate line, and (b) construct the addition at a height greater than 30’-0”; VAR:  To construct a portion of third floor habitable space not designed within the confines of the roof volume.   16472 Malden Circle (north side of Malden, west of Gilbert Drive).
MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION NO. 01-06/LOCAL COASTAL PROGRAM AMENDMENT NO. 01-01/ZONING TEXT AMENDMENT NO. 01-05 (HUNTINGTON HARBOUR BAY CLUB SPECIFIC PLAN AMENDMENT):   MND: To analyze the potential environmental impacts associated with the implementation of the proposed project. LCPA: To amend the City’s Local Coastal Program in accordance with the proposed ZTA and forward to the California Coastal Commission for final certification. ZTA: To amend Specific Plan No. 4 (Huntington Harbour Bay Club Specific Plan) by: 1) Allowing residential use in Planning Area B; 2) Adding development standards for the future residential development in Planning Area B; 3) Reconfiguring Planning Areas A through D; and 4) Updating the overall format of the Specific Plan.   4121-4281 Warner (North side of Warner, east of PCH)
Date Agenda
February 10, 2004 Planning Commission
Action Agenda
Reports
COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 03-17 / ENTITLEMENT PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 03-02 (HUNTINGTON BEACH WETLANDS CONSERVANCY EXPANSION – AMENDMENT TO CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 92-1R, CONTINUED FROM JANUARY 27, 2004):   To amend Conditional Use Permit 92-1(R) by deleting Condition No. 1-e, requiring 2 bus parking spaces and Condition No. 7, prohibiting outside storage.  The application includes a request to modify the approved site plan by replacing an existing 2,260 sq. ft. modular rehabilitation building and visitor center with a 4,200 square foot, one-story animal hospital/visitor center.   21900 Pacific Coast Highway (northeast corner of Newland and Pacific Coast Highway).
TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 16573 / CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 03-37 (Delaware Condominiums – Density Bonus):   TTM:  To permit a single-lot subdivision of approximately 17,174 square feet of land for the purpose of developing a six-unit condominium development.  CUP:  To (a) permit the construction of six multi-family residential units, a density bonus for one (1) additional unit above the allowable density, and an affordable housing incentive to allow a three-foot wide perimeter landscape planter in lieu of the five-foot minimum planter width required by the Zoning Code and (b) to allow development on a lot with a grade differential of approximately six feet between the high and low points on the subject site.   2320 Delaware (East side of Delaware St., south of Yorktown Ave)
Date Agenda
January 27, 2004 Planning Commission
Reports
COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 03-17 / ENTITLEMENT

PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 03-02 (HUNTINGTON BEACH 

WETLANDS CONSERVANCY EXPANSION: To amend Conditional Use Permit 92-1(R) by deleting Condition No. 1-e, requiring 2 bus parking spaces and Condition No. 7, prohibiting outside storage. 21900 Pacific Coast Highway (northeast corner of Newland and Pacific Coast Highway
APPEAL OF THE ZONING ADMINISTRATOR’S DENIAL OF CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 03-42 (LANGENBECK PARK WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY):   To install a wireless communications facility consisting of three antenna arrays attached to an existing Southern California Edison tower at a height of 43 feet, and a 185 square foot, 10 foot, 7 inches tall equipment enclosure located at grade below the tower.  19241 Magnolia Street (west side of Magnolia Street, south of Garfield Avenue)
CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 03-33 (HUNTINGTON HARBOUR ATHLETIC CLUB):   To establish a 3,831 square foot health club in an existing commercial suite.   16400 E. Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 120 (north side of Pacific Coast Highway, northwest of Admiralty Drive)
Date Agenda
January 13, 2004 Planning Commission
Reports
CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 03-19 (CALVARY CHAPEL – CONTINUED FROM OCTOBER 28, 2003): To permit an assembly use, including ancillary uses within an existing 49,600 square foot commercial building.  7800 Edinger Avenue (south side of Edinger Avenue, west of Parkside Lane)

APPEAL OF THE ZONING ADMINISTRATOR’S DENIAL OF COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 02-22; CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 02-42 AND VARIANCE NO. 03-08 (LEWIS RESIDENCE – CONTINUED FROM NOVEMBER 12, 2003)

APPEAL OF THE ZONING ADMINISTRATOR’S DENIAL OF VARIANCE NO. 03-13 (SEITZ ACCESSORY DWELLING UNIT):   To permit an existing accessory dwelling unit over a detached garage. 909 Huntington Street (west side of Huntington Street, north of Indianapolis Avenue, south of Joliet Avenue)

 Date                                                    Agenda
January 13, 2004 Planning Commission
Reports
CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 03-19 (CALVARY CHAPEL – CONTINUED FROM OCTOBER 28, 2003): To permit an assembly use, including ancillary uses within an existing 49,600 square foot commercial building.  7800 Edinger Avenue (south side of Edinger Avenue, west of Parkside Lane)

APPEAL OF THE ZONING ADMINISTRATOR’S DENIAL OF COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NO. 02-22; CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 02-42 AND VARIANCE NO. 03-08 (LEWIS RESIDENCE – CONTINUED FROM NOVEMBER 12, 2003)

APPEAL OF THE ZONING ADMINISTRATOR’S DENIAL OF VARIANCE NO. 03-13 (SEITZ ACCESSORY DWELLING UNIT):   To permit an existing accessory dwelling unit over a detached garage. 909 Huntington Street (west side of Huntington Street, north of Indianapolis Avenue, south of Joliet Avenue)

Date Agenda
December 9, 2003 Planning Commission
Date Agenda
November 20, 2003 Planning Commission Planning Commission Workshop
Date Agenda
November 12, 2003 Planning Commission 
Reports
Appeal of the Zoning Administrator's Denial of Coastal Development Permit No. 02-22/ Conditional Use Permit No. 02-42/ Variance No. 03-08 (Lewis Residence – Continued from October 28, 2003) 
Appeal of the Zoning Administrator's approval of Coastal Development Permit No. 03-02 and Conditional Use Permit No. 03-10 (R) (Goodwin Residence) 
Tentative Tract Map No. 16497/Conditional Use Permit No. 03-22 (Bonanni Residential Development)
 Date                                                    Agenda
October 28, 2003 Planning Commission 
Reports
Environmental Impact Report No. 00-01 / Zoning Map Amendment No. 00-02 / Tentative Parcel Map No. 02-125 / Conditional Use Permit No. 00-31(Lowes Home Improvement)
Conditional Use Permit No. 03-19 (Calvary Chapel)
Appeal of Coastal Development Permit No. 02-22 / Conditional Use Permet No. 02- 42 / Variance No. 03-08 (Lewis Residence)
Agenda
October 14, 2003 Planning Commission
Reports
Mitigated Negative Declaration No. 02-03 / Zoning Map Amendment No. 02-03 / Tentative Tract Map No. 16438 / Conditional Use Permit No. 02-53 (Seaside Terrace)

Agenda

September 23, 2003 Planning Commission
Reports

 

Conditional Use Permit No. 02-04 / Coastal Development Permit No. 02-05   (Poseidon Seawater Desalination Plant)

Agenda

September 9, 2003

Planning Commission

Reports

Tentative Parcel Map No. 16490 / Conditional Use Permit No. 03-08 / Variance No. 03-10 (Bel Air Residential Development) 

Conditional Use Permit No. 02-04 / Coastal Development Permit No. 02-05 (Poseidon Seawater Desalination Plant)




2003 Agendas




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