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111306 OTLRB Minutes MINUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE OLD TOWN TEMECULA LOCAL REVIEW BOARD NOVEMBER 13, 2006 CALL TO ORDER The Old Town Temecula Local Review Board convened in a regular meeting at 9:00 a.m., on Monday, November 13, 2006, in the Community Development Conference Room, of Temecula City Hall, 43200 Business Park Drive, Temecula, California. ROLL CALL Present: Board Members: Blair, Eden, Harker, Moore, and Chairman Allen. Absent: None. Also Present: Management Analyst Hillberg Development Processing Coordinator Noland Director of Planning Ubnoske Minute Clerk Childs Code Enforcement Officer Cole Redevelopment Director Meyer Senior Planner Fisk Associate Planner Schuma PUBLIC COMMENTS None. CONSENT CALENDAR 1 Minutes RECOMMENDATION 1.1 Approve the Minutes of August 14, 2006. MOTION: Board Member Blair moved to approve the Consent Calendar. Board Member Moore seconded the motion and voice vote reflected unanimous approval. Due to a conflict of interest with Item No.2, Chairman Allen stepped down. New Items 2 Plannina Application No. PA06-0113 A Development Plan to construct a 50.376 sauare foot mixed-use restaurant. retail and office buildina on 0.51 acres located at 42081 3rd Street Senior Planner Fisk provided a staff report (of written material). R: 10ldTown/LRBIMinutesl111306 At this time, the public hearing was opened. Mr. Chris Campbell, representing the applicant, provided additional colored renderings of the project for the Board's consideration. Board Member Harker suggested that the City's ordinance be reviewed and amended as needed to accommodate for 4-story buildings. Mr. Carl Lindeman, representing the applicant, concurred with the amendment to the Specific Plan to allow for 4-story buildings. Board Member Blair would be desirous of staff and the Board conducting a meeting to discuss 4-story buildings. For the Board, Director of Planning Ubnoske advised that she will schedule a field trip for the Board to explore areas in Old Town where 4-story buildings would and would not be appropriate. MOTION: Board Member Harker moved to remove the J.D. Welty Home from the Temecula Local Historic Registry, advising that the findings per staff report (a-d) have been met. Board Member Blair seconded the motion and voice vote reflected approval, with the exception of Chairman Allen who abstained. For informational purposes, Director of Planning Ubnoske stated that the Uniform Building Code would require that the proposed project provide an elevator. . , In response to Board Member Blair's query, Mr. AI Rattan, representing the applicant, advised that the architectural design of the building would be consistent with the Old Town Specific Plan and that it would replicate historic architecture of a firehouse, warehouse, factory, office, and mercantile buildings of the late 1880s to early 1900s; and advised that the proposed project would have been project built in 1900s. Mr. Campbell provided the Board with samples of the building materials. MOTION: Board Member Eden moved to approve staff recommendation. Board Member Harker seconded the motion and voice vote reflected approval with the exception of Chairman Allen who abstained. At this time, Chairman Allen returned to the meeting. DIRECTOR OF PLANNING REPORT Director of Planning Ubnoske noted that she will schedule a meeting with regard to 4-story buildings as well as schedule a field trip around Old Town to explore where 4-story buildings would and would not be appropriate. DIRECTOR OF REDEVELOPMENT REPORT Director of Redevelopment Meyer apprised the Board that the City Council moved forward with the contract for the design of the Phase 1 improvements to the Civic Center parking structure, Plaza area, and underground utilities. R: IOldTown/LRBlMinutes/111306 2 For the Board, Director of Redevelopment Meyer noted that the parking study for Old Town negotiations would currently be underway. CODE ENFORCEMENT REPORT A Code Enforcement report was distributed to the Old Town Local Review Board per agenda packet. BOARD MEMBER REPORT Board Member Moore expressed concern with a large orange trash receptacle with graffiti on the property of the Musician's Workshop, and requested its removal. Board Member Blair relayed his concern with some projects being approved that would not meet the intent of the Old Town Specific Plan design guidelines. For Board Member Blair, Director of Redevelopment Meyer noted that underground power lines in Old Town would be a year away from completion. Referencing the Farmer's Market, Director of Redevelopment Meyer advised that staff will be working with the Farmer's Market to help them expand its business. Chairman Allen advised that due to an upcoming knee surgery, he may not be in attendance of the December 11, 2006, Old Town Local Review Board meeting. ADJOURNMENT At 9:50 a.m., Chairman Allen formally adjourned this meeting to December 11. 9:00 a.m. Main Confer. nee Room, City Hall, 43200 Business Park Drive, Temecula, California 92590. ~/'<' ~""h. Director of Planning Ubnoske R: 10ldTown/LRBlMinutes/111306 3