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File #: 21-0224    Version: 1
Type: Info. Only - Staff Report Status: Agenda Ready
In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 7/20/2021 Final action:
Title: Recent Planning Commission Quasi-Judicial Decision: Retroactive Request for Two Variances to Construct a 524 Square-Foot Addition to an Existing Single-Family Residence at 2602 Maple Avenue; and Adoption of an Environmental Determination in Accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (Sean and Golita MacIntyre Trust) (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 Decision:
Retroactive Request for Two Variances to Construct a 524 Square-Foot Addition to an Existing Single-Family Residence at 2602 Maple Avenue; and Adoption of an Environmental Determination in Accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (Sean and Golita MacIntyre Trust) (Community Development Director Tai).
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Recommended Action
On July 14, 2021, the Planning Commission considered and denied (5:0) the item described below.
Consideration of a Retroactive Request for Two Variances to Construct a 524 Square-Foot Addition to an Existing 3,181 Square-Foot Single-Family Residence. The Two Variance Requests Include: (1) a Variance from Maximum Allowable Buildable Floor Area (BFA), Requesting to Exceed the Site's Maximum BFA of 3,248 Square Feet by 457 Square Feet, for a Total BFA of 3,705 Square Feet; and (2) a Variance from On-Site Parking Requirements, Requesting to Maintain a Two-Car Garage in Lieu of the Required Three-Car Garage for a Single-Family Structure that Exceeds 3,600 Square Feet (Sean and Golita MacIntyre Trust)

On April 28, 2021, the Community Development Department received an application requesting two Variances in order to receive retroactive approval of a 524 square-foot addition (constructed without approval or building permits) to an existing 3,181 square-foot single-family residence at 2602 Maple Avenue. The two Variance requests include: (1) a Variance from maximum allowable buildable floor area (BFA), requesting to exceed the site's maximum BFA of 3,248 square feet by 457 square feet, for a total BFA of 3,705 square feet; and (2) a Variance from on-site parking requirements, specifically requesting to maintain a two-car garage in li...

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