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6 <br /> THE CITY OF <br /> Mal <br /> PLEASANTON- CITY COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT <br /> September 19, 2023 <br /> Community Development <br /> TITLE: INTRODUCE AND WAIVE FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE <br /> APPROVING AN APPLICATION TO ESTABLISH DEVELOPMENT <br /> STANDARDS FOR AN EXISTING SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCE <br /> LOCATED AT 2207 MARTIN AVENUE (PUD-148) <br /> SUMMARY <br /> The applicant/property owners, Meenu Gochhwal and Ashish Choudhary, are proposing <br /> to establish development standards for the subject parcel which includes an existing <br /> single-family residence constructed prior to the parcel's annexation into the City in 1997. <br /> Although the subject parcel is part of a previously approved PUD zoning, it does not <br /> have an approved PUD development plan, which is necessary to establish development <br /> standards and uses for the parcel and which requires review and recommendation by <br /> the Planning Commission to the City Council for action. The Planning Commission, at <br /> its August 23, 2023, public hearing, recommended approval of the project subject to <br /> modified conditions of approval. The item is now presented to the City Council, which <br /> may approve, approve with conditions, or deny the application. <br /> PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION <br /> On August 23, 2023, the Planning Commission, on a 5-0 vote, recommended approval <br /> of the application with modified conditions based on the PUD findings of approval and <br /> subject to the conditions listed in Exhibit A (in Attachment 1). <br /> RECOMMENDATION <br /> 1. Find the project is exempt from environmental review pursuant to the California <br /> Environmental Quality Act Guidelines (CEQA); <br /> 2. Make the PUD considerations for the proposed development plan as stated in <br /> the draft ordinance, Attachment 1 ; and <br /> 3. Introduce the draft ordinance approving Case No. PUD-148, subject to conditions <br /> of approval listed in Exhibit A of Attachment 1. <br /> FINANCIAL STATEMENT <br /> The are no financial impacts associated with the recommended action, beyond the <br /> possibility of standard building permitting fees being collected as any future work on the <br /> property requires. <br />