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CITY OF NEWPORT BEACH <br /> PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDA <br /> CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS—100 CIVIC CENTER DRIVE <br /> THURSDAY, MAY 23, 2019 <br /> REGULAR MEETING -6:30 P.M. <br /> PETER ZAK <br /> Chair <br /> ERIK WEIGAND LEE LOWREY <br /> Vice Chair Secretary <br /> CURTIS ELLMORE <br /> LAUREN KLEIMAN <br /> PETER KOETTING <br /> KORY KRAMER <br /> Planning Commissioners are citizens of Newport Beach who volunteer to serve on the Planning Commission. <br /> They were appointed by the City Council by majority vote for 4-year terms. At the table in front are City staff <br /> members who are here to advise the Commission during the meeting. They are: <br /> SEIMONE JURJIS, Community Development Director <br /> JIM CAMPBELL, Deputy Community Development Director <br /> YOLANDA SUMMERHILL, Assistant City Attorney TONY BRINE, City Traffic Engineer <br /> AMANDA LEE, Administrative Support Technician <br /> NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC <br /> Regular meetings of the Planning Commission are held on the Thursdays preceding second and fourth Tuesdays of <br /> each month at 6:30 p.m. The agendas, minutes, and staff reports are available on the City's web site at: <br /> htto://www.newi)ortbeachca.gov and for public inspection in the Community Development Department, Planning <br /> Division located at 100 Civic Center Drive, during normal business hours. If you have any questions or require copies <br /> of any of the staff reports or other documentation, please contact the Community Development Department, Planning <br /> Division staff at(949) 644-3200. <br /> This Commission is subject to the Ralph M. Brown Act. Among other things, the Brown Act requires that the <br /> Commission's agenda be posted at least 72 hours in advance of each meeting and that the public be allowed to <br /> comment on agenda items before the Commission and items not on the agenda but are within the subject matter <br /> jurisdiction of the Commission. The Commission may limit public comments to a reasonable amount of time, generally <br /> three (3) minutes per person.All testimony given before the Planning Commission is recorded. <br /> Please Note: All mail or written communications (including email) from the public, residents, or applicants regarding <br /> an agenda item must be submitted by 5 a.m. on the business day immediately prior to the meeting. This allows <br /> time for the Planning Commission to adequately consider the submitted correspondence. <br /> It is the intention of the City of Newport Beach to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in all respects. <br /> If, as an attendee or a participant of this meeting, you will need special assistance beyond what is normally provided, <br /> the City of Newport Beach will attempt to accommodate you in every reasonable manner. Please contact Leilani Brown, <br /> City Clerk,at least 72 hours prior to the meeting to inform us of your particular needs and to determine if accommodation <br /> is feasible (949-644-3005 or(firstname.lastname@example.org). <br /> APPEAL PERIOD: Use Permit, Variance, Site Plan Review, and Modification Permit applications do not become <br /> effective until 14 days following the date of approval, during which time an appeal may be filed with the City Clerk in <br /> accordance with the provisions of the Newport Beach Municipal Code. Tentative Tract Map, Tentative Parcel Map, Lot <br /> Merger, and Lot Line Adjustment applications do not become effective until 10 days following the date of approval, <br /> during which time an appeal may be filed with the City Clerk in accordance with the provisions of the Newport Beach <br /> Municipal Code. General Plan and Zoning Amendments are automatically forwarded to the City Council for final action. <br /> 1 of 3 <br />
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