Persons addressing the Redevelopment Design Review Committee shall be limited to 10 minutes unless the Chairman, subject to the approval of the Redevelopment Design Review Committee grants an extension of time. When any group of persons wishes to address the Committee, it shall be proper for the Chairman to request that a spokesman be chosen to represent the group.
Public comment will be allowed on agenda items at the time the item is considered.
The Redevelopment Design Review Committees approval or denial of any action on this agenda shall become final and effective ten working days after its decision unless an appeal is made in writing within this ten-day period to the Planning Commission by either an applicant or an opponent. The filing of an appeal within such time limit shall stay the effective date of the order of the Redevelopment Design Review Committee until such time as the Planning Commission has acted on the appeal. Anyone interested in making an appeal should contact the Development Services Department for assistance.
4:00 P.M. SESSION - COUNCIL CONFERENCE ROOM
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
June 10, 2004
PRJ04-00488 ZON04-00055. APPLICANT: MARK BLUMER; PROPERTY OWNER: DENNIS BEVINS. A request to construct a second unit above detached four car garage located at 212 W. Brookdale Place (approximately from 230 to 280 feet west of the Malden Avenue Centerline) (R-2P Zone) (Categorically Exempt under Section 15303 of the CEQA guidelines)
DP-01-09A. APPLICANT: BRIAN WILLIAMS; PROPERTY OWNER: SAM WILLIAMS. A request to consider modifications to approved architectural plans for an addition to a Historical Landmark Building (The Williams Company Building/Odd Fellow Temple) located at 112 E. Commonwealth Avenue (south side of Commonwealth Avenue, approximately between 190 and 265 feet east of the centerline of Harbor Boulevard) (Negative Declaration).
Public comment will be allowed on matters not appearing on the agenda but within the Redevelopment Design Review Committees jurisdiction, at the end of the agenda. No action may be taken on off-agenda items except as provided by law.