Meeting Time: August 20, 2019 at 7:00pm PDT
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9. REPORT 19-0535 PDP 19-2 and PARK 19-2 -- Precise Development Plan and Parking Plan to allow a six-unit motel project by constructing a new three-story, detached 2,744 square foot commercial building containing five units, to be constructed behind the existing 1,841 square foot single-family residence which will be converted to an additional unit and a Parking Plan to allow the 6-space parking requirement to be met with 4 on-site spaces (including 1 tandem space) plus fees in lieu for 2 spaces, on a 4,023 square foot lot in the C-2 (Restricted Commercial) zoning district at 70 10th Street; and adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration.

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    Scott Hayes 5 months ago

    I really like this project. I like that the original house will be kept largely undisturbed. I think that the architecture of the hotel fits well in the area. The issue that I have with the project is the parking. I think that the project should only be approved if they can find the parking on site. "In lieu" fees do not provide any relief to the already congested parking areas near downtown.

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    Charles Shehadi 5 months ago

    I live at 61 10th Ct and am opposed to this development for several reason, but will only highly the two most critical: parking and zoning. Parking has been and will continuing to be a problem close to the pier, and this proposal will continue exacerbate the underlying parking issue for residents and our guests. Further, I am in complete opposition to the redevelopment of a residential property into a commercial rezoning. Housing inventory is already extremely limited and this will further reduce the amount of inventory for hard working people who want to own a property in our great town. I highly urge you deny this plan.

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    Dennis Toomey 5 months ago

    So, once again, for the 3rd time in the past year, those of us in the area impacted by this proposal, must write letters and attend meetings in order to stop this insanity! The current version of the proposal does not significantly differ from the prior iterations. At issue her is still PARKING! It is totally ludicrous for the Planning Commission to even consider granting variances of this type. If the developer wants to build, then fine, CONFORM TO THE REQUIREMENTS!!! These types of variances over the years have greatly contributed to the Parking problem. Quit selling out the Residents of Hermosa Beach by accepting ''fees'' in lieu of compliance!!!