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File #: 16-0534    Version:
Type: Public Hearing - Staff Report Status: Agenda Ready
In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 12/20/2016 Final action:
Title: Second Reading and Adoption of Ordinance Nos. 16-0029, 16-0030, and 16-0031 for the Downtown Specific Plan and related Amendments, Including Amendments to the Local Coastal Program, and Adoption of Resolution No. 16-0086 Transmitting Ordinance Nos. 16-0030 and 16-0031 to the California Coastal Commission for Amendments to the Local Coastal Program (Community Development Director Lundstedt). ADOPT ORDINANCE NOS. 16-0029, 16-0030, AND 16-0031 AND RESOLUTION NO. 16-0086
Attachments: 1. City Council Study Session Consensus Items - April 18, 2016, 2. Final Draft Downtown Specific Plan and Appendices - October 2016, 3. Planning Commission Staff Reports Excluding Attachments, Approved Minutes for April 27, May 11, July 27 August 10, and October 26, 2016 Meetings, and Approved Planning Commission Resolution Nos. 16-06, 16-07, 16-08, and 16-09, 4. Planning Commission Clarification Items, 5. Summary Table of Consensus Items, Planning Commission Clarification Items, & Key Concepts, 6. "Redline Strikeout" of Final Draft Downtown Specific Plan (Chapters 4 and 6), 7. Tenant Frontage Maps, 8. Nonconforming Tenant Frontage Data, 9. Retail Sales Floor Area and Buildable Floor Area Data, 10. Potential Second-Floor Outdoor Dining Map, 11. Proposed Second-Floor Outdoor Dining Map, 12. Second-Floor Outdoor Dining Cross-Section, 13. Live/Work Regulations, 14. MBMC 18.84.120 - Minor Exceptions, 15. Minor Exception Flow Chart, 16. Resolution No. 16-0075, 17. Ordinance No. 16-0029, 18. Ordinance No. 16-0030, 19. Ordinance No. 16-0031, 20. Interim Zoning Ordinance No. 16-0013-U, 21. Public Hearing Published and Mailed Notices, 22. Public Comments, 23. Final Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration, Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program (MMRP), and Response to Comments, 24. PowerPoint Presentation, 25. Ordinance No. 16-0029, 26. Ordinance No. 16-0030, 27. Ordinance No. 16-0031, 28. Resolution No. 16-0086, 29. Public Comments Regarding Second Reading, 30. December 6, 2016 City Council Staff Report
TO:
Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

THROUGH:
Mark Danaj, City Manager

FROM:
Marisa Lundstedt, Community Development Director
Nhung Madrid, Senior Management Analyst
Laurie Jester, Planning Manager
Ted Faturos, Assistant Planner

SUBJECT:Title
Second Reading and Adoption of Ordinance Nos. 16-0029, 16-0030, and 16-0031 for the Downtown Specific Plan and related Amendments, Including Amendments to the Local Coastal Program, and Adoption of Resolution No. 16-0086 Transmitting Ordinance Nos. 16-0030 and 16-0031 to the California Coastal Commission for Amendments to the Local Coastal Program (Community Development Director Lundstedt).
ADOPT ORDINANCE NOS. 16-0029, 16-0030, AND 16-0031 AND RESOLUTION NO. 16-0086
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Recommended Action
RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends that the City Council:

1. Adopt Ordinance No. 16-0029, approving Zoning Code and Zoning Map Amendments to reflect the Downtown Specific Plan;
2. Adopt Ordinance No. 16-0030, approving amendments to the Local Coastal Program's Land Use Policy and Zoning Maps and Implementing Ordinance Section A.16.030(G) to reconcile designation nomenclature and map and text inconsistencies;
3. Adopt Ordinance No. 16-0031, approving amendments to the Local Coastal Program's Implementation Plan to incorporate the Downtown Specific Plan, and related text amendments; and
4. Adopt Resolution No. 16-0086 approving a formal statement of transmittal to the California Coastal Commission to submit the Downtown Specific Plan.
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FISCAL IMPLICATIONS:
No direct fiscal implications associated with the recommended action.

BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION:
The City Council, at its regular meeting of December 6, 2016, conducted a noticed public hearing, received public testimony with several members of the public commenting on second-floor outdoor dining, right-of-way dining, Beach Head turnaround, the Plan's Vision Statement, and retaining the small-town c...

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