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File #: 20-0283    Version: 1
Type: Info. Only - Staff Report Status: Agenda Ready
In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 9/15/2020 Final action:
Title: Recent Planning Commission Quasi-Judicial Decisions: Proposed Master Use Permit Amendment to Allow Full Liquor Service in Conjunction with Food Service at an Existing Restaurant with Beer and Wine at 1131 Manhattan Avenue, Part of a Multi-Tenant Building at 1125-1131 Manhattan Avenue and 133 Manhattan Beach Boulevard, and Make an Environmental Determination in Accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (Nando Milano LA, LLC/Vullo) (Community Development Director Tai). INFORMATION ITEM ONLY

TO:

Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

 

THROUGH:

Bruce Moe, City Manager

 

FROM:

Carrie Tai, AICP, Community Development Director

                     

SUBJECT:Title

Recent Planning Commission Quasi-Judicial Decisions:

Proposed Master Use Permit Amendment to Allow Full Liquor Service in Conjunction with Food Service at an Existing Restaurant with Beer and Wine at 1131 Manhattan Avenue, Part of a Multi-Tenant Building at 1125-1131 Manhattan Avenue and 133 Manhattan Beach Boulevard, and Make an Environmental Determination in Accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (Nando Milano LA, LLC/Vullo) (Community Development Director Tai).

INFORMATION ITEM ONLY

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Recommended Action

RECOMMENDATION:

On September 9, 2020 (after the posting of the September 15, 2020, City Council agenda), the Planning Commission considered the item described below.  In the event the Commission takes action on the item, staff will inform the City Council of the decision no later than Friday, September 11, 2020.

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1.                     Proposed Master Use Permit Amendment to Allow Full Liquor Service in Conjunction with Food Service at an Existing Restaurant with Beer and Wine at 1131 Manhattan Avenue, Part of a Multi-Tenant Building at 1125-1131 Manhattan Avenue and 133 Manhattan Beach Boulevard and Make an Environmental Determination in Accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (Nando Milano LA, LLC/Vullo)

 

On May 15, 2020, the Community Development Department received an application requesting an amendment to an existing Master Use Permit Amendment to allow for full alcohol service in conjunction with food service at an existing restaurant space located at 1131 Manhattan Avenue. The applicant’s tenant space is part of a multi-tenant property located at 1125-1131 Manhattan Avenue and 133 Manhattan Beach Boulevard

No change in operating hours are proposed.

 

Three public comments were received from neighbors opposed to full alcohol service at the existing restaurant space.

 

The Police Department has reviewed the applicant’s request and has not raised any objections.

 

 

Link to the Planning Commission Staff Report:

<https://cms6ftp.visioninternet.com/manhattanbeach/commissions/planning_commission/2020/20200909/20200909-2.pdf>

 

In the event the Commission takes action, staff will inform the City Council of the decision no later than Friday, September 11, 2020.

 

Planning Commission quasi-judicial decisions can be called up for review by two Councilmembers or appealed by any member of the public within 15 days of the decision. If the Planning Commission takes action, the appeal period for this item ends on Thursday, September 24, 2020. For all requests for review, it shall be presumed that the reason for the request is that the decision may have significant and material effects on the quality of life within the City, or that the subject matter of the decision may have Citywide importance warranting review and determination by City's elected officials. Bias shall not be presumed or inferred due to a request for review.