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081406 OTLRB Minutes .. . . ~ ~....., '- MINUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE OLD TOWN TEMECULA LOCAL REVIEW BOARD AUGUST 14, 2006 CALL TO ORDER The Old Town Temecula Local Review Board convened in a regular meeting at 9:00 a.m., on Monday, August 14, 2006, in the Main Conference Room, of Temecula City Hall, 43200 Business Park Drive, Temecula, California. ROLL CALL Present: Board Members: Blair, -Harker, Moore, -Williams, -Eden. Absent: Allen. -Eden was sworn in at 9:02;-Harker arrived at 9:05; *Williams arrived 9:15. Also Present: Management Analyst Hillberg Development Processing Coordinator Noland Director of Planning Ubnoske Minute Clerk Childs Code Enforcement Officer Cole PUBLIC COMMENTS None. CONSENT CALENDAR 1 Swearino in of John R. Eden. Board Member. City Clerk Jones duly swore in recently appointed Board Member John R. Eden. The Old Town Local Review Board welcomed Mr. Eden to the Board. 2 Minutes RECOMMENDATION 2.1 Approve the Minutes of April 1 0, 2006. 2.2 Approve the Minutes of May 8, 2006. MOTION: Board Member Blair moved to approve the Consent Calendar. Board Member Eden seconded the motion and voice vote reflected approval with the exception of Chairman Allen who was absent. . R: IOtdTownlLRBIMinutesl081406 . ." . . ., - ~ . New Items 3 Planninq Application No. PA06-Q072 an Administrative Development Plan to install two new wall siqns on an existinq restaurant buildinq. located at 28495 Old Town Front Street within the Tourist Retail Core (TRC) District of the Old Town Temecula Specific Plan. Development Processing Coordinator Noland provided the Board with a staff report (of record). At this time, the public hearing was opened and due to no speakers, it was closed. The Board expressed their excitement with the new proposed signs and color scheme. MOTION: Board Member Blair moved to approve staff recommendation. Board Member Harker seconded the motion and voice vote reflected approval with the exception of Chairman Allen who was absent. DIRECTOR OF PLANNING REPORT Director of Planning Ubnoske advised that at a future meeting, she will be bringing back the Old Town Specific Plan for a possible amendment regarding parking and in-lieu parking fees. Referencing Ms. Ubnoske's comment regarding parking, Board Member Eden requested that unloading and unloading of trucks for businesses in Old Town be discussed and addressed. DIRECTOR OF REDEVELOPMENT REPORT No report at this time. CODE ENFORCEMENT REPORT A Code Enforcement report was distributed to the Old Town Local Review Board per agenda packet. BOARD MEMBER REPORT Board Member Harker expressed his desire to have the Riverwalk concept be presented to the Old Town Local Review Board at a future meeting. Board Member Blair noted that it may be useful for the Board and staff to meet with Mr. Dalton, Mr. Perkins, and Mr. Rattan to hear their desires and vision for Old Town. In response to Board Member Blair's request, Director of Planning Ubnoske noted that she will discuss his request with Deputy City Manager Thornhill and will advise the Board of the outcome at a later date. Referencing the Riverwalk concept, Ms. Ubnoske noted that she would not know the status of the Riverwalk concept but will discuss Board Member Harker's request with Deputy of Public Works Parks. Board Member Eden stated that it was brought to his attention that there is a concern in the community with the original lettering of the Palomar Hotel being removed. R: IOtdTownlLRB/Minutesl081406 2 ." . . . __, 'S . Addressing Board Member Eden's concern, Management Analyst Hillberg noted that the lettering Palomar Hotel will be saved, and would be hopeful to also save the lettering of U.S. Post Office, but that staff will be exploring this with the U.S. Post Office. Board Member Moore queried why Old Town Front Street and 3rd Street (west side), was closed off today. In response to Board Member Moore's concern, Development Processing Coordinator Noland noted that it would be his opinion that the street would be closed for routine street maintenance, but would inquire with the Public Works Department. Board Member Moore relayed her concern with the amount of 18-wheeler trucks passing through Old Town. In response to Board Member Moore's concern with 18-wheeler trucks passing through Old Town, Director of Planning Ubnoske noted that she will check weight limits with the Public Works Department. Referencing Board Member Moore's comment regarding signage on the green house which holds the ATM machine by the bus depot on Front and 6th Street, Development Processing Coordinator stated that he would be of the opinion that no signage has been approved for the green house but will confirm with the Planning Department. At this time, the public hearing was reopened. Mr. Clint Richards, Temecula, spoke regarding his three-building apartment complex project on 28462 Felix Valdez Road. For the Board, Director of Planning Ubnoske noted that because Mr. Richards' project would not be an agenda item, it would not be appropriate to discuss the matter, but would direct Mr. Richards through the appropriate process. At this time, the public hearing was closed. ADJOURNMENT At 9:26 a.m., Vice Chairperson Moore formally adjourned this meeting to September 11. 2006, at 9:00 a.m. in the Main Conference Room, City Hall, 43200 Business Park Drive, Temecula, California 92590. ~4/-c" u~ ~ Director of Planning Ubnoske R: IOtdTownlLRBlMinutesl081406 3