AGENDA

COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION

COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO

700 H STREET SUITE 1450

SACRAMENTO, CA 95814

 

MONDAY                                    March 11, 2013                                     5:30 PM

COMMISSIONERS:  ERIC GUERRA, ALLAN HOSHIDA, STACEY MCKINLEY,

LUCILLE VAN OMMERING, ALEX LAIEWSKI

 

 

 

The on-line version of the agenda and associated materials are posted for your convenience at http://www.agendanet.saccounty.net/sirepub/meetresults.aspx?meettype=County Planning Commission Meetings.  Some documents may not be posted on-line because of their size and/or format (maps, site plans, and renderings).  As they become available, hard copies of all documents are available at the Clerk of the Board’s Office, 700 H Street, Room 2450.

SUMMARY OF RULES OF PROCEDURE

 

AGENDA: The Chairperson may reschedule items on the agenda.  Order of the agenda will be: non-contested matters, contested matters, then staff presentations.

CONDUCT OF HEARINGS: The sequence for a contested matter is: (1) staff report and environmental document discussion; (2) testimony of proponent(s); (3) public testimony; (4) rebuttal by applicant; (5) close of public hearing; (6) Commission discussion and vote.

LIMITED TIME FOR DISCUSSION: A principal proponent will be allowed a 5-minute statement.  Other proponents and opponents are allowed 3-minute statements except that a spokesperson for any group may be allowed 5 minutes.  The principal proponent shall have a 3-minute rebuttal.

VOTING: Any action or recommendation of the Commission requires a majority (3 votes) of the Commission to concur therein.  Any motion for approval or disapproval of a matter which results in a tie vote shall be forwarded to the Board of Supervisors with no recommendation.

ADDRESSING THE COMMISSION: Any person addressing the Commission shall, when recognized by the Chairperson, step to the rostrum and give their name and address.  Statements which lack factual support and repeated or cumulative testimony should be avoided.  Groups of people with similar viewpoints are urged to appoint a spokesperson to represent their views.

EXHIBITS OR DOCUMENTS: Documentary evidence submitted to the Commission becomes the property of the Commission.

CONTINUANCES: The Commission may continue any matter at its discretion.

 

Matters under the jurisdiction of the Commission and not on the posted agenda, may be addressed by the general public following completion of the regular agenda and any off agenda matters before the Commission for consideration.  The Commission limits testimony on matters not on the agenda to three minutes per person and not more than fifteen minutes for a particular subject.

 

COMPLETE RULES OF PROCEDURE

ARE AVAILABLE FROM THE COMMISSION SECRETARY.

 

Meeting facilities are accessible to persons with disabilities.  Requests for interpreting services, assistive listening devices or other considerations should be through the Clerk of the Board's office by calling (916) 874-5411 (voice) and CA Relay Services 711 (for the hearing impaired), no later than five working days prior to the meeting.

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

 

NON-CONTESTED

 

 

1.

12-UPP-PAP-DRS-00142 - (CARMICHAEL / GREGORY)

USE PERMIT, DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW, AND DESIGN REVIEW

(Continued From 2-11-13, Item No. 2)

 

BAYGELL PROPERTIES - Applicant: Oakmont Senior Living LLC - located at 4717 Engle Road, on the north side of Engle Road at Mission Avenue, approximately 360 feet west of Gibbons Park Way, in the Carmichael community.

 

ASSESSOR'S PARCEL NOS.:

256-0040-031, 032

 

PROJECT NAME:

Oakmont of Carmichael

 

CPAC RECOMMENDATION:

The Carmichael-Old Foothill Farms Community Planning Advisory Council (CPAC) met on December 19, 2012 and recommended unanimous APPROVAL of the proposed project.

 

 

The Arden Arcade Community Planning Advisory Council (CPAC) met on December 11, 2012 and recommended APPROVAL (6-0) of the proposed project.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL DOC.:

Negative Declaration

 

REQUEST:

A Use Permit to allow a 70-unit senior assisted living facility on approximately 2.78 acres in the BP (NPA) (Business Professional, Mission Oaks Neighborhood Preservation Area) zone.

 

A Development Plan Review for a 70-unit senior assisted living facility pursuant to Section 532-014 of the Mission Oaks Neighborhood Preservation Area (NPA) Ordinance.

 

A Design Review to comply with the County’s Commercial and Mixed Use Design Guidelines.

 

 

PREVIOUS ACTION:

The Commission, meeting in regular session on February 11, 2013 (Item No. 2), recognized the Exempt status of the environmental document and tentatively approved the request for a Use Permit, Development Plan Review and Design Review, subject to the findings and conditions recommended by staff. The Commission continued the matter to March 11, 2013 for further review.

 

 

2.

12-PMP-SPP-00050 (SOUTH SACRAMENTO / BOSCHEE)

TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP, SPECIAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT, AND EXCEPTION

(Continued From 2-11-13, Item No. 3)

 

NANCY PEARNE - Applicant: Dirk J. De Valk - located at 6412 Lang Avenue, on the southwest corner of the intersection of 47th Avenue and Lang Avenue, in the South Sacramento community.

 

ASSESSOR'S PARCEL NOS.:

039-0052-002

 

PROJECT NAME:

Pearne

 

CPAC RECOMMENDATION:

The South Sacramento Community Planning Advisory Council (CPAC) met on August 15, 2012 and recommended APPROVAL (6-0) of the proposed project.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL DOC.:

Exempt

 

REQUEST:

A Tentative Parcel Map to subdivide approximately 1.71 acres into four (4) lots in the RD-20 (Multiple Family) zone.

 

A Special Development Permit to deviate from the Multiple Family Development Standards to allow the following:  a) To allow the parking area to be less than thirty-one (31) feet from the right-of-way of Lang Avenue for the triplex unit; b) To allow the side yard setback of the triplex to be 5.18 feet rather than the required 10 feet as stated in Section 305-14(a) of the zoning code; c) To allow the access drive to be less than 10 feet from the habitated portion of the dwelling for the triplex unit as stated in Section 305-16(b)(5); d) To allow the side yard to be less than five (5) feet for the duplex unit as stated in Section 305-53 (b).

 

An Exception to Title 22.110.070(d) of the Land Development Ordinance to allow the depths of proposed Parcels 1, 2, and 3 to be less than 95 feet.

 

 

 

3.

08-GPB-CZB-UPP-DRS-00219 - (ORANGEVALE / GREGORY)

GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, COMMUNITY PLAN AMENDMENT AND CORRESPONDING REZONE, USE PERMIT, AND DESIGN REVIEW

(Approval by the Planning Commission is a recommendation only.  Final Approval is by the Board of Supervisors.)

 

PETROVICH DEVELOPMENT COMPANY - Engineer: Alpine Engineering - located at 8880 Oak Avenue, on the southwest corner of Oak Avenue and Hazel Avenue, in the Orangevale community.

 

ASSESSOR'S PARCEL NOS.:

213-0420-001

 

PROJECT NAME:

8880 Oak Avenue

 

CPAC RECOMMENDATION:

The Orangevale Community Planning Advisory Council (CPAC) met on January 5, 2010 and recommended APPROVAL (6-0) of the proposed project.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL DOC.:

Negative Declaration

 

REQUEST:

A General Plan Amendment to change the land use designation of approximately 2.12 acres from Agricultural Residential to Commercial and Offices for the development of a plant nursery.

 

A Community Plan Amendment and corresponding Rezone of approximately 2.12 acres from AR-1 (Agricultural-Residential) to

LC (Limited Commercial) for the development of a plant nursery.

 

A Use Permit to allow a single-family dwelling.

 

A Design Review to comply with the Commercial and Mixed Use Community Design Guidelines.

 

 

 

4.

12-SDP-00106 - (DELTA / CASTORENA)

SUBDIVISION MAP

 

GEORGE & ELEANOR FONG - Engineer: Wong & Associates - located at 14395 Race Track Road, on the east side of Race Track Road and west side of Walnut Grove-Thornton Road, approximately one-half mile south of the Walnut Grove Bridge, in the Delta community.

 

ASSESSOR'S PARCEL NOS.:

156-0010-086

 

PROJECT NAME:

Lum Bunn & Sons Ranch

 

CPAC RECOMMENDATION:

The Delta Municipal Advisory Council (Delta MAC) met on October 10, 2012 and recommended APPROVAL (6-0) of the proposed project.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL DOC.:

Exempt

 

REQUEST:

A Subdivision Map to create four lots on approximately 139.42 acres in the M-2(F) (Heavy Industrial, Flood Combining) and AG-80 (Permanent Agricultural, Flood Combining) zones.  Proposed Lots 1, 2, and 3 will be in the M-2(F) zone and Proposed Lot 4 will be in the AG-80(F) zone.

 

 

5.

12-UPB-PSS-00023 - (NATOMAS / INMAN)

USE PERMIT AND DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW

(Approval by the County Planning Commission is a recommendation only.  Final approval is by the Board of Supervisors.)

 

DAVID ANDERS AND MARK ZAMPELLA - Applicant:  Demetrius Barmettler - located at 4455 Garden Highway, on the south side of Garden Highway, in the Natomas community.

 

ASSESSOR'S PARCEL NOS.:

225-0102-052

 

PROJECT NAME:

Traehus-4455 Garden Highway

 

CPAC RECOMMENDATION:

The Natomas Community Planning Advisory Council (CPAC) met on April 12, 2012 and recommended APPROVAL (5-0-0-3) of the proposed project.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL DOC.:

Negative Declaration

 

REQUEST:

A Use Permit to allow expansion of an existing residential dwelling located within the Airport Approach Zone pursuant to Sections 501-255 (b) and 501-269 (Exhibit “”H”) of the Garden Highway Special Planning Area Ordinance.

 

A Development Plan Review to allow expansion of an existing 2,857-square-foot residential dwelling to approximately 5,306 square feet, on approximately four (4) acres in the SPA(F) (Garden Highway Special Planning Area and Flood Combining) zones.

 

 

 

6.

12-UPB-VAZ-ZOB-DRS-00038 - (NORTH HIGHLANDS / BOSCHEE)

USE PERMIT, VARIANCE, ZONING ORDINANCE AMENDMENT AND DESIGN REVIEW

(Approval by the Planning Commission is a recommendation only.  Final Approval is by the Board of Supervisors.)

 

7-ELEVEN INCORPORATED - Applicant: Holloway Land Company - Other: Compass Commercial - located at 6955 Walerga Road on the southeast corner of the intersection of Walerga Road and Elkhorn Boulevard, in the North Highlands community.

 

ASSESSOR'S PARCEL NOS.:

219-0032-007

 

PROJECT NAME:

Walerga 7-Eleven

 

CPAC RECOMMENDATION:

The North Highlands-Foothill Farms Community Planning Advisory Council (CPAC) met on August 28, 2012 and recommended APPROVAL (6-0) of the proposed project.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL DOC.:

Exempt

 

REQUEST:

A Use Permit to allow the operation of a 24-hour convenience store within 500 feet of a residential zone on approximately 0.416 acres in the LC (Limited Commercial) zone, as required per Sacramento County Zoning Code Section (SZC) 225-11(I)(8)(45).  The existing convenience store, car wash, and gas station canopy on-site will be demolished to accommodate a new approximately 2,940-square-foot 24-hour convenience store building with a new gas station canopy.  The number of gas pumps on-site will be reduced from twelve (12) pumps to eight (8) pumps.  The request also includes a deviation to increase the canopy roof structure height from 2.6 feet to approximately 3 feet, pursuant to Sacramento County Zoning Code Section 340-43(b).

 

A Zoning Ordinance Amendment for a release from prior Zoning Agreement (Resolution No. 87-818; ZMA#4710) and to enter into a new Zoning Ordinance for the subject property, eliminating or modifying prior conditions.

 

A Variance to exceed the total square footage of all the signs proposed on the property.  Section 335-28 (a) requires a maximum of 125 square feet for all signs while this project proposes 156 square feet of total signage.  Section 335-28(c) indicates the total area of freestanding signage shall not exceed 52 square feet and the applicant is proposing 62 square feet of freestanding signage.   

 

Design Review to comply with the County’s Commercial and Mixed Use Community Design Guidelines.

 

 

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS

 

 

7.

PLNP2013-00011 - (Countywide - STORELLI / LENZIE / KOHAYA)

(Approval by the Planning Commission is a recommendation only.  Final Approval is by the Board of Supervisors.)

 

2030 Sacramento County General Plan – Annual Report For Year 2013.

 

 

8.

Planning Director's Report

 

 

9.

Miscellaneous Scheduling Matters

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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