COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM M-2 COUNCIL MEETING ... - City of Redlands

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COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM M-2 COUNCIL MEETING OF 5/6/14 REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION SUBJECT:

CITY OF REDLANDS, APPLICANT

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Consideration of a recommendation to the City Council on a Notice of Exemption pursuant to Section 15061(B)(3) of the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines.

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PUBLIC HEARING to consider a recommendation to the City Council on Ordinance 2791 (Ordinance Text Amendment No. 338) to amend various sections of the Redlands Municipal Code pertaining to:  Adding Chapter 18.190 relating to establishing conditional use permit requirements for new alcohol beverage sales activities, and to establish regulations for alcohol beverage sales activities which are conferred deemed approved status;  Amending Chapter 18.84 related to Permitted and Conditionally Permitted Uses in the C-1 Zoning District;  Amending Chapter 18.88 related to Permitted and Conditionally Permitted Uses in the C-2 Zoning District;  Amending Chapter 18.92 related to Permitted and Conditionally Permitted Uses in the C-3 Zoning District;  Amending Chapter 18.96 related to Permitted and Conditionally Permitted Uses in the C-4 Zoning District; and  Amending Chapter 18.100 related to Permitted and Conditionally Permitted Uses in the C-M Zoning District.

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PUBLIC HEARING to consider a recommendation to the City Council on Resolution No. 7379 [Specific Plan No. 40 (Amendment No. 42)] to amend various sections of the East Valley Corridor Specific Plan relating to conditionally permitted uses in Sections EV3.0610 and EV3.0613 of the EV/CN (Neighborhood Commercial) District, Section EV3.0713 of the EV/CG (General Commercial District), and Section EV3.0913 of the EV/IC (Commercial Industrial) District in order to be in compliance with Chapter 18.190 of the Redlands Municipal Code.

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PUBLIC HEARING to consider a recommendation to the City Council on Resolution No. 7380 [Specific Plan No. 45 (Amendment No. 19)] to amend Section III, Table 1 to require uses within the Downtown Specific Plan to comply with Chapter 18.190 of the Redlands Municipal Code.

City Council Meeting of 5/6/14 Ordinance 2791 Specific Plan 40 Amendment 42 Specific Plan 45 Amendment 19 Page 2 of 9 PROCEDURE FOR PUBLIC HEARING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Mayor declares the meeting open as a public hearing. Mayor calls upon Department Director for report. Mayor calls for questions/comments from members of the City Council. Mayor calls for comments/questions/testimony from members of the public (3 minutes per speaker). Mayor calls upon City Clerk to note any written comments received. Mayor calls upon staff for rebuttal comments (5 minutes). Mayor closes the public hearing. City Council considers the motion and votes.

MOTION: If the City Council concurs with the Planning Commission’s recommendations the following motions are provided: A. "I move that the City Council determine that Ordinance No. 2791 (Ordinance Text Amendment No. 338), Specific Plan 40 Amendment 42, and Specific Plan 45 Amendment 19 are exempt from review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Section 15061(B)(3) of the CEQA Guidelines.” B. Mayor requests the City Clerk to read the title of Ordinance No. 2791; “I move to waive further reading of, and to introduce, Ordinance No. 2791.” "I move to approve Resolution No. 7379 approving Amendment No. 42 to Specific Plan 40.” "I move to approve Resolution No. 7380 approving Amendment No. 19 to Specific Plan 45.” PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: On July 9, 2013, August 13, 2013, September 10, 2013, October 8, 2013, and April 8, 2014 the Planning Commission held public hearings regarding the proposed Ordinance Text Amendment, Specific Plan 40 Amendment 42, and Specific Plan 45 Amendment 19. The Planning Commission adopted Resolutions 1252, 1253, and 1254 recommending the City Council approve Ordinance No. 2791, Specific Plan 40 (Amendment No. 42), and Specific Plan 45 (Amendment No.19).