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File #: 20-0303    Version: 1
Type: Public Hearing - Staff Report Status: Agenda Ready
In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 10/20/2020 Final action: 10/20/2020
Title: Public Hearing to Consider A 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). a) CONDUCT PUBLIC HEARING DE NOVO b) MAKE ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (CEQA) c) CONSIDER DIRECTING STAFF TO DRAFT A RESOLUTION CONDITIONALLY APPROVING THE MASTER USE PERMIT AMENDMENT FOR CITY COUNCIL CONSIDERATION AT A SUBSEQUENT COUNCIL MEETING
Attachments: 1. Proposed Plans, 2. Planning Commission Resolution No. PC 20-07, 3. Planning Commission Draft Minutes (September 9, 2020), 4. Planning Commission Report, Attachments, and Related Material (September 9, 2020), 5. Appellant's Materials
TO:
Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

THROUGH:
Bruce Moe, City Manager

FROM:
Carrie Tai, Community Development Director
Ted Faturos, Assistant Planner

SUBJECT:Title
Public Hearing to Consider A 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).
a) CONDUCT PUBLIC HEARING DE NOVO
b) MAKE ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (CEQA)
c) CONSIDER DIRECTING STAFF TO DRAFT A RESOLUTION CONDITIONALLY APPROVING THE MASTER USE PERMIT AMENDMENT FOR CITY COUNCIL CONSIDERATION AT A SUBSEQUENT COUNCIL MEETING
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Recommended Action
RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends that after conducting the public hearing de novo, the City Council direct staff to prepare a resolution approving the Master Use Permit Amendment subject to conditions...Body

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
On September 9, 2020, the Planning Commission unanimously approved a Master Use Permit Amendment to allow for 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, subject to conditions. The subject restaurant is located in the "CD" (Downtown Commercial) zoning district in Area District III.

The Planning Commission's decision was appealed to the City Council by Donald McPherson, President of Coastal Defender. The Municipal Code provides that appeals and reviews of Planning Commission quasi-judicial hearings be conducted as a public hearing de novo. De novo means that...

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