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THE CITY OF <br /> Planning Commission <br /> 'i:_ _, Agenda Report <br /> owi I ,,, <br /> LEASANTON. March 13, 2019 <br /> Item 8.c. <br /> SUBJECT: Actions of the City Council <br /> March 5, 2019 <br /> Consent Calendar: <br /> Actions of the Zoning Administrator <br /> Council approved the consent calendar <br /> Public Hearing: <br /> Housing discussion including: (1) Review and accept the Tri-Valley Cities housing and <br /> policy framework; (2) Review and comment on CASA Compact Summary and <br /> Recommendations; (3) Receive presentation on emerging 2019 State Housing legislation <br /> Action recommended: Adopt <br /> Action taken: Adopted per staff recommendation <br /> Vote: 5-0 <br /> Approve the Annual Progress Report on Implementation of the General Plan Housing <br /> Element and Growth Management report for Calendar Year 2018 and authorize submittal <br /> to the California Department of Housing and Community Development and the Governor's <br /> office of Planning and Research <br /> Action recommended: Adopt <br /> Action taken: Adopted per staff recommendation <br /> Vote: 5-0 <br /> Actions of the City Council, March 13, 2019 Page 1 of 1 <br />canopy; and 3) construct related on- and off-site improvements located at 3760 Hopyard Road. <br /> Zoning for the property is C-N (Neighborhood Commercial) District. <br /> PUD-121, 6455 Owens Drive <br /> Planned Unit Development Rezoning and Development Plan application to: (1) demolish the <br /> existing approximately 3,510-square-foot restaurant building; (2) rezone the subject parcel <br /> from C-F (Freeway Commercial) to PUD-C (Planned Unit Development — Commercial); and <br /> (3) construct an approximately 10,980-square-foot, single-story, multi-tenant commercial <br /> building and related site improvements at 6455 Owens Drive. Zoning is C-F (Freeway <br /> Commercial). <br /> PUD-130, P18-0078/0079/0080/0081, Ponderosa Homes <br /> Work session to review and receive comments on applications for various entitlements for four <br /> parcels (10807, 11021, 11033 Dublin Canyon Road and the parcel west of 11021 Dublin Canyon <br /> Road) totaling approximately 128.5 acres, including annexation, general plan amendments, and <br /> Planned Unit Development (PUD) rezoning and development plan to demolish two homes and <br /> construct 33 single-family detached homes with related on- and off-site improvements, and <br /> public land dedication and improvements. <br /> Future Planning Calendar, March 13, 2019 Page 1 of 1 <br />ecreation, 931-3400 <br /> Youth Commission <br /> Act as the liaison between Pleasanton's youth community and the City Council; advise the <br /> Council on youth-related issues; promote an understanding and appreciation of community <br /> affairs among the youth of Pleasanton. <br /> Meeting Time: Second Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m., September-May <br /> Meeting Location: Remillard Conference Room, 3333 Busch Rd., Pleasanton <br /> Staff Contacts: Joelle Glushenko, Recreation Supervisor, 931-3432 <br /> Committee, Commission, and Task Force List, March 13, 2019 Page 2 of 2 <br />rocess,City staff and the professional services team conducted outreach and met regularly <br /> with a 10-member Task Force consisting of City Council members,Planning Commissioners, <br /> representatives from Pleasanton Downtown Association and the City's Economic Vitality <br /> Committee,and at-large members appointed by City Council. The Task Force has provided <br /> guidance on the DSP's vision, options and alternatives for the transportation network, new <br /> uses for the existing civic center site,regulations for ground floor uses,a"base"land use plan, <br /> and corresponding set of strategies,and draft plan policies.The Proposed Plan was drafted <br /> in late 2018 based on feedback from the Task Force,input from the community,and guidance <br /> from City Council. <br /> 2 <br />IR Planning Commission <br /> 2 of 5 <br />eral Plan identifies land use compatibility standards for <br /> different land uses. For instance, noise levels between 60 and 75 decibels on the day-night <br /> equivalent level (Ldn) are considered conditionally acceptable in single-family residential <br />