City of Pleasanton
BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
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THE CITY OF Planning Commission <br /> � 1 Agenda Report <br /> rr11�lll u ■■ �gins � 111 <br /> Ill�a <br /> January 15, 2020 <br /> LEASANTON Item 4 <br /> SUBJECT: P19-0389 <br /> APPLICANT: City of Pleasanton [Youth Commission referral] <br /> PURPOSE: Consider Youth Commission referral to add a new Chapter 18.109 <br /> Retailers of Tobacco Products and Paraphernalia, and to amend <br /> Sections 9.24.020, 18.40.030, 18.44.080, 18.48.130 and 18.48.140 <br /> of the Municipal Code, to restrict tobacco sales within 1,000 feet of <br /> public schools, public parks and public recreation facilities to <br /> reduce underage exposure to tobacco products; and make findings <br /> of General Plan consistency. <br /> LOCATION: Citywide <br /> GENERAL PLAN/ <br /> SPECIFIC PLAN Various <br /> ZONING: <br /> EXHIBITS: A. Draft resolution, recommending new Municipal Code <br /> Chapter 18.109 and amendments to Sections 9.24.020, <br /> 18.40.030, 18.44.080, 18.48.130 and 18.48.140 and finding <br /> General Plan consistency, as shown in Attachment 1. <br /> B. Map of 1,000-foot buffer around public schools <br /> C. Map of 1 ,000-foot buffer around public parks and public <br /> recreation facilities <br /> D. Map of 500-foot buffer around public schools <br /> E. Map of 500-foot buffer around public parks and public <br /> recreation facilities <br /> STAFF RECOMMENDATION <br /> Staff recommends that the Planning Commission take the following actions: <br /> 1. Find that the proposed amendments to the Pleasanton Municipal Code are categorically <br /> exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). <br /> 2. Adopt a resolution recommending approval of various amendments to the Pleasanton <br /> Municipal Code establishing limitations on tobacco sales at various locations within the <br /> City, including addition of a new Chapter 18.109 Retailers of Tobacco Products and <br /> Paraphernalia and amend Sections 9.24.020, 18.40.030, 18.44.080, 18.48.130 and <br /> 18.48.140 of the Pleasanton Municipal Code, as shown in Exhibit A, Attachment 1 and <br /> ORDER, PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE, AND ROLL CALL <br /> AGENDA AMENDMENTS <br /> CONSENT CALENDAR - Consent Calendar items are considered routine and will be enacted by one <br /> motion unless a request for removal for discussion or explanation is received from the Planning <br /> Commission or a member of the public by submitting a speaker card for that item. <br /> 1. Approve the meeting minutes of December 11, 2019 <br /> 2. P19-0390, Terry Townsend —Application for Design Review approval to construct an <br /> approximately 5,006-square-foot, two-story residence with an approximately 1,262-square-foot <br /> attached garage at 4 Winding Oaks Drive. Zoning is Planned Unit Development— Hillside <br /> Residential/Open Space (PUD-HR/OS) District <br /> MEETING OPEN TO THE PUBLIC <br /> 3. Public Comment from the audience regarding items not listed on the agenda — Speakers are <br /> encouraged to limit comments to 3 minutes. <br />vide root control barriers and 4-inch <br /> perforated pipe for all trees located within 8-feet of pavement or other hardscape, determined by <br /> the City Landscape Architect. Root barriers shall be located along the edge of the pavement <br /> wherever the tree is within 8-feet of pavement or hardscape. Information and details shall be <br /> included in the landscape plan submittal for review and approval by the Landscape Architecture <br /> Division. <br /> 64. TREE PRUNING: Pruning shall be conducted by a certified arborist familiar with the International <br /> Society of Arboriculture (ISA) pruning guidelines and shall comply with the guidelines established <br /> by the ISA, Tree Pruning Guidelines, current edition, to maintain the health of the trees. <br /> P19-0390 Planning Commission <br /> Page 10 of 11 <br />tions to the public water mains. <br /> P19-0390 Planning Commission <br /> Page 7 of 11 <br /> will retain the cash <br /> deposit until all work is substantially complete, all areas are stabilized, and all hazards are <br /> mitigated to the satisfaction of the Director of Engineering/City Engineer. <br /> P19-0390 Planning Commission <br /> Page 6 of 11 <br />