REDDING PLANNING COMMISSION
2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES - of the meetings of November 8 and December 13, 2011, and February 28, 2012.
4. ELECTION OF OFFICERS
5. PLANNING COMMISSION ITEMS
a. Consent Calendar - None.
b. Public Hearing
(1) AMENDMENT OF TENTATIVE SUBDIVISION MAP APPLICATION S-18-05, HIGHLAND PARK SUBDIVISION, AND PLANNED DEVELOPMENT PLAN PD-9-05, by S and J Properties, requesting an amendment of the project approval to divide approximately 95 acres for the development of a mix of single-family and multiple-family residential homes totaling 420 units on property located east of Interstate 5 and south of Boulder Creek in an "RS-3.5" Residential Single Family District and "RM-6" and "RM-12" Residential Multiple Family Districts, all combined with the "PD" Planned Development Overlay District. The project also includes development of a 6-acre public park. In summary, the amendment is to revise the mix of lot and housing types by increasing the number of standard and large single-family lots/homes, eliminating the clustered-home units, and creating a second apartment-unit site in the northwest corner of the property (adjacent to Interstate 5), reducing the total number of housing units from 420 to 407. Environmental Determination: Addendum to Environmental Impact Report EIR-3-06, which was adopted for the original project. Staff Recommendation: Adopt Addendum to the EIR and Approve Amendment. S-101-102 ADOPTED ADDENDUM AND APPROVED AMENDMENT
(2) ABANDONMENT APPLICATION A-3-11, by Lithia Motors, requesting that a section of Hemsted Drive serving as a frontage road to property at 200, 250, and 300 E. Cypress Avenue be permanently closed as a public street and the land acquired to expand the vehicle-display lots for the abutting Toyota and Chevrolet auto dealerships. Environmental Determination: Categorically Exempt. Staff Recommendation: Forward a report to the City Council that the subject public-street closure and vacation is consistent with the Redding General Plan. A-010-100 FORWARDED DETERMINATION OF CONSISTENCY TO THE CITY COUNCIL
6. COMMISSION CONSIDERATION
8. COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS
9. DIRECTOR'S REPORT
Douglas DeMallie , Planning Manager