HUNTINGTON BEACH OFFICE OF THE ZONING ADMINISTRATOR
Room B-8 - Lower Level - Civic Center
2000 Main Street
Huntington Beach California
WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 2012, 1:30 P.M.
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR: Ricky Ramos
STAFF MEMBERS: Andrew Gonzales, Judy Demers (recording secretary)
ORAL COMMUNICATION: Anyone wishing to speak on an item not on the agenda may do so. No action can be taken by the Zoning Administrator on items not on the agenda.
1. PETITION DOCUMENT: ENTITLEMENT PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 12-04 (MAIN PROMENADE VALET PROGRAM AMENDMENT)
APPLICANT: City of Huntington Beach, Economic Development Department
PROPERTY OWNER: City of Huntington Beach, 2000 Main Street, Huntington Beach, CA 92648
REQUEST: To permit an amendment to the operations of an existing valet parking program for the Main Promenade parking structure. The proposed amendments will (a) relocate the existing valet drop-off and pick-up areas from 3rd Street to sections of Olive Avenue (drop-off) and 3rd Street (pick-up) and (b) extend existing operating hours to 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 A.M. on Fridays and weekends and 6:00 A.M. to 12:00 A.M. for special events. The modified valet parking operations is proposed to temporarily remove three (3) on-street metered and one (1) time limited (24-minute) parking spaces on Olive Avenue and two (2) on-street metered parking spaces on 3rd Street. The drop-off and pick-up of vehicles will remain on the public right-of-way adjacent to the development and consist of a valet kiosk and waiting area.
LOCATION: 200 Main Street, 92648 (east of Main Street, south of Olive Avenue)
PROJECT PLANNER: Andrew Gonzales
STAFF RECOMMENDS: Approval based upon suggested findings and conditions of approval.
Under the provisions of the Huntington Beach Zoning and Subdivision Ordinance, the action taken by the Zoning Administrator is final unless an appeal is filed to the Planning Commission by you or by an interested party. Said appeal must be in writing and must set forth in detail the action and grounds by which the applicant or interested party deems himself aggrieved. Said appeal must be accompanied by a filing fee of One Thousand Nine Hundred Seventeen Dollars ($1,917.00) if the appeal is filed by a single family dwelling property owner appealing the decision on his own property and Two Thousand Five Hundred One Dollars ($2,501.00) if the appeal is filed by any other party. The appeal shall be submitted to the Secretary of the Planning Commission within ten (10) calendar days of the date of the Zoning Administrator's action or ten (10) working days for a coastal development permit.
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