HUNTINGTON BEACH PLANNING COMMISSION
TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 2011
HUNTINGTON BEACH CIVIC CENTER
2000 MAIN STREET
HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIFORNIA 92648
CHAIR BARBARA DELGLEIZE
VICE-CHAIR JANIS MANTINI
COMMISSIONER ELIZABETH SHIER BURNETT
COMMISSIONER ERIK PETERSON
COMMISSIONER BLAIR FARLEY
COMMISSIONER MARK BIXBY
COMMISSIONER TIMOTHY J. RYAN
DIRECTOR OF PLANNING AND BUILDING, SCOTT HESS, AICP
LEGAL COUNSEL, MIKE VIGLIOTTA
PLANNING MANAGER, HERB FAULAND
THE 7:00 PM PORTION OF THE MEETING IS TELEVISED LIVE ON CABLE TV CHANNEL 3. DVDS OF MEETINGS ARE AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC CHECKOUT AT THE CENTRAL LIBRARY. COPIES OF STAFF REPORTS AND/OR WRITTEN MATERIALS ON EACH AGENDA ITEM ARE ON FILE IN THE PLANNING AND BUILDING DEPARTMENT, THE CENTRAL LIBRARY AND ON THE CITYâ€™S WEBSITE (WWW.SURFCITY-HB.ORG) FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION. ANY PERSON HAVING QUESTIONS ON ANY AGENDA ITEM MAY CALL THE PLANNING AND BUILDING DEPARTMENT TO MAKE AN INQUIRY CONCERNING THE NATURE OF THE AGENDA ITEM AT (714) 536-5271.
Planning Commission Agenda Information Sheet
The following is a brief explanation of the Planning Commission Agenda Structure:
AGENDA APPROVAL The Planning Commission will announce if any closed public hearing items will be re-opened and may wish to change the order of the items on the agenda.
ORAL COMMUNICATION (FILL OUT REQUEST TO SPEAK FORM) Anyone wishing to address the Planning Commission, only on items not on tonight's agenda, must fill out and mark the appropriate box and submit a form to speak prior to Oral Communication. Please be advised that testimony provided on Public Hearing items during Oral Communications are not part of the permanent entitlement record. The speaking forms are available at the lower entrance to the Council Chambers. Give the form to the Secretary. Staff will call all speakers by name. There is a four-minute time limit per speaker. Time may not be donated to another. All proceedings are recorded. No action can be taken by the Planning Commission on these communications on this date, unless agendized.
PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS (FILL OUT REQUEST TO SPEAK FORM) Public hearings allow citizens the opportunity to speak in favor or against specific items. More detailed information on public hearings may be found on the page attached to the back of this agenda. Complete the form by marking the appropriate box and indicating the hearing item you wish to provide testimony on. Please note if the public hearing items have been closed or are still open for testimony. The agenda and staff report will indicate if the public hearing is open or closed. The Planning Commission at their discretion may re-open a closed public hearing and the Commission will make the announcement during Agenda Approval. The speaking forms are available at the lower entrance to the Council Chambers. Give the form to the Secretary. Staff will call all speakers by name. There is a four-minute time limit per speaker. Individuals may choose to donate their 4 minutes of time to another speaker, and the maximum time donation limit is 8 minutes (2 individuals), for a total of 12 minutes per speaker. Individuals who donate time must be present when the item is being discussed. All proceedings are recorded. If you have documents to distribute, there should be enough copies for all Planning Commissioners, staff, and the public. The documents become part of the public record and will not be returned.
CONSENT CALENDAR Consent Calendar items are considered routine items that normally do not require separate consideration. The Planning Commission may make one motion for approval of all items listed under the CONSENT CALENDAR.
NON-PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS These items are considered by the Planning Commission separately and require separate motions. These transactions are considered ministerial and public testimony is not heard.
PLANNING COMMISSION ITEMS / INQUIRIES Items of business or concern are presented by Planning Commissioners and discussed with staff. Informational updates and reports are made by Commissioners who serve as liaisons to various committees.
PLANNING ITEMS Updates and reports from the Planning and Building Director for the information of the Planning Commission and the public.
5:15 P.M. - ROOM B-8 (CITY HALL LOWER LEVEL)
CALL PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING TO ORDER
ROLL CALL: Shier Burnett, Peterson, Mantini, Delgleize, Farley, Bixby, Ryan
A. PROJECT REVIEW (FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS)
A-1. SIX-MONTH REVIEW OF CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 09-001 (DIGG'S RESTAURANT & BAR) -- Jill Arabe, Assistant Planner
A-2. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 11-011 (BT'S SOUTHERN BBQ RESTAURANT ALCOHOL SALES)-- Jill Arabe, Assistant Planner
A-3. DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT NO. 11-001 (BOARDWALK APARTMENTS DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT) -- Jennifer Villasenor, Senior Planner
B. STUDY SESSION ITEMS -- NONE
C. PUBLIC COMMENTS -- Regarding Project Review and Study Session portions of Meeting
Anyone wishing to speak on Project Review or Study Session items during PUBLIC COMMENTS may do so by filling out a Request To Speak form and giving it to the Secretary. (4 MINUTES PER PERSON, NO DONATING OF TIME TO OTHERS)
D. AGENDA REVIEW (UPDATE ON ALL AGENDA ITEMS) â€“ NONE
E. PLANNING COMMISSION COMMITTEE REPORTS
F. PLANNING COMMISSION COMMENTS
ADJOURNMENT: Adjourn to the next regularly scheduled meeting of June 28, 2011.
7:00 P.M. â€“ COUNCIL CHAMBERS
CANCELLED: NO PUBLIC HEARINGS
Copies of staff reports and/or written materials on each agenda item are on file in the Planning and Building Department, for inspection by the public. A copy of the agenda packet is also available at the Central Library (7111 Talbert Avenue).
HUNTINGTON BEACH PLANNING COMMISSION
Public Hearing Procedures
This statement has been prepared to provide a better understanding of the procedures for public hearings before the Planning Commission.
Regular meetings of the Planning Commission are held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month beginning at 5:15 p.m. in Room B-8 for a study session and then at 7:00 PM in the Council Chambers. Adjourned meetings, special meetings, and Study Sessions may be scheduled at other times.
Planning Commission proceedings are governed by the Planning Commission By-Laws, Robertâ€™s Rules of Order and the Brown Act. The following is the typical sequence of events on public hearing items:
A. The Chairperson shall announce the item and if the public hearing is open or closed.
B. The Planning Commission shall disclose any discussions, conversations, etc., with applicants, applicantâ€™s representatives or property owners.
C. The staff report is presented.
D. Questions by the Planning Commission concerning the staff report may be answered at this time.
E. The public hearing is opened by the Chairperson.
F. The applicant or appellant is given an opportunity to address the Commission. Time is not limited but left to the Chairperson's discretion.
G. Public Comments: Staff will call all speakers by name. Please proceed to the podium. Individuals favoring and opposing the proposal are given an opportunity to address the Commission (up to four (4) minutes), or may choose to donate their time to another speaker if the "Request to Speak" form is filled out and given to the Secretary. A speaker who addresses the Commission on behalf of individuals who donate time are allowed a maximum of 12 minutes. Individuals who donate time must be present when the item is being discussed. Please state your name before addressing the Commission.
H. The Commission may ask questions of speakers addressing the Commission.
I. The public hearing is closed.
J. The Commission will deliberate the matter at this time.
K. The Commission then acts on the matter by continuing, approving, conditionally approving, or denying the petition.
The Planning Commission receives a staff report packet on the Tuesday preceding the meeting, allowing time to review each case and make further investigations in the field prior to the scheduled meeting.
Staff reports are available in the Planning and Building Department, the Central Library and on the City's website (www.surfcity-hb.org) anytime on Wednesday preceding the Tuesday Planning Commission meeting.
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