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PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING

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AGENDA CAROL DYER, CHAIRWOMAN

JULIE ROCK, COMMISSIONER CONRAD GUZKOWSKI, COMMISSIONER

STEVEN FRASHER, COMMISSIONER JUDITH BATTEY, COMMISSIONER ROBERT BOTTS, COMMISSIONER DONN GRENDA, COMMISSIONER

CITY OF REDLANDS PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING TUESDAY FEBRUARY 13, 2018 CIVIC CENTER 35 CAJON STREET, SUITE 2 4:00P.M.

Tagged Passions:streets, boards and commissions, and planning

Anyone desiring to speak at this meeting is encouraged but not required to turn in a Speaker Sign-up Sheet. Forms are available prior to the meeting date in the Development Services Department, Redlands Civic Center, 35 Cajon St., Ste. 20, or in the Council Chambers during the meeting. Speakers are limited to three (3) minutes each.

If you challenge any proposed development entitlement listed on this Agenda in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the Planning Commission at or prior to this public hearing. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact Jason Montgomery of Municipal Utilities Engineering Department, 909-798-7584 Ex. 5. Notification 48 hours prior to the meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to this meeting. (28 CFR 35.102-35.104 ADA Title II).

Tagged Passions:compliance, hearing, legal, boards and commissions, services, Utility, development, disability, utility, planning, Development, and court

NOTE: Any writings or documents distributed to a majority of the Planning Commission regarding an open session agenda item less than 72 hours before this meeting are available for public inspection at the Development Services Department. It is the intent of the Commission to evaluate the progress of the meeting occasionally, and depending upon timing, the Commission may adjourn for a dinner hour.

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, services, development, planning, and Development

1.
CALL TO ORDER AND PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD - 3 MINUTES

(At this time, the public has the opportunity to address the Commission on any item of interest within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Commission that does not appear on this agenda. The Commission may not discuss or take any action on any public comment made, except that the Commissioners or staff may briefly respond to statements made or questions posed by members of the public)

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

2.
CONSENT CALENDAR - NONE

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3.
OLD BUSINESS

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Tagged Passions:business

A.
APPLICANT:

WALMART STORES, INC. (PROJECT PLANNER: EMILY ELLIOTT, AICP, SENIOR PLANNER)

Tagged Passions:commercial, grocery, and large retail

1.
Consideration of a recommendation to the City Council on a determination that the project is exempt from further environmental review pursuant to California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15311 for accessory structures such as on-premises signs.

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Tagged Passions:council and environment

2.
Continued PUBLIC HEARING to consider a recommendation to the City Council on SIGN CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 23 for a uniform sign program for an approved 256,614 square-foot retail and commercial center on 45 acres, including two wall signs exceeding 120 square-feet for the anchor tenant, located on the southeast corner of San Bernardino Avenue and Tennessee Street in the East Valley Corridor Specific Plan, Concept Plan No. 4 (APNs: 0167-141-01; 0167-141-02; 0167-141-03; 0167-141-04).

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Tagged Passions:streets, hearing, commercial, council, rental, corridor, and program

B.
APPLICANT:

JMD HOSPITALITY, INC.; GAYATREE PATEL (PROJECT PLANNER: BRIAN FOOTE, AICP, PLANNING MANAGER)

Tagged Passions:manager and planning

1.
Consideration of a Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring/Reporting Program prepared in accordance with Section 15074 of the California Environmental Quality Act.

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Tagged Passions:environment and program

2.
Continued PUBLIC HEARING to consider a Socio-Economic Cost/Benefit Study prepared for the project.

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Tagged Passions:hearing

3.
Continued PUBLIC HEARING to consider Conditional Use Permit No. 1056 to construct a hotel with 77 guest rooms and approximately 43,802 square-feet of floor area, four stories high (approximately 50 feet to roofline, and 60 to highest point of architectural feature), new parking lot with 85 spaces, and related on-site improvements including landscape, lighting, paving and utilities. The project site is a vacant parcel located at 1340 Industrial Park Avenue, west of Tennessee Street and adjacent to the Interstate 10 off-ramp (APN: 0169-343-09).

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Tagged Passions:buildings and grounds, streets, hearing, property, Utility, hotel, utility, industrial, parking, and transportation

4.
Continued PUBLIC HEARING to consider Variance No. 777 to reduce the following development standards due to unusual parcel shape and location: a) reduce the rear landscape setback adjacent to Interstate 10, from the required 25 feet to 5 feet minimum; b) allow alternate size dimensions for the required on-site loading zone; and c) allow alternate placement for the required on-site loading zone, by allowing dual-use with two parking spaces.

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Tagged Passions:buildings and grounds, hearing, property, development, unusual, Development, parking, and transportation

4.
NEW BUSINESS

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Tagged Passions:business

A.
APPLICANT:

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CHUNGMIN WU, APPLICANT (PROJECT PLANNER: LORALEE FARRIS, PRINCIPAL PLANNER)

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1.
Consideration of request for a one-year Extension of Time for Tentative Tract Map No. 18560, an approved subdivision of 45 acres of land into twenty-seven (27) residential lots for future single-family development, and seven (7) lettered open space lots. The project site is vacant land located on the east side of Alessandro Road, north of Sunset Hills Lane, and to the south of Sunset Drive, within Neighborhood 2 of Specific Plan No. 43.

2. Exempt from further environmental review in accordance with Section 15162 of the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines. A Mitigated Negative Declaration was previously adopted for the project at the time of project approval.

Tagged Passions:streets, development, subdivision, neighborhood, Development, and environment

5.
ADDENDA

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A.
ELECTION OF PLANNING COMMISSION CHAIRMAN AND VICE-CHAIRMAN

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Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, voting, planning, and election

6.
MINUTES

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A.
Approval of the Planning Commission meeting minutes for December 12, 2017.

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Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and planning

B.
Approval of the Planning Commission meeting minutes for January 23, 2018.

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Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and planning

7.
LAND USE AND CITY COUNCIL ACTIONS FOR FEBRUARY 6, 2018

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Tagged Passions:council

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