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Resolution No. 93 -69 <br />A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL <br />OF THE CITY OF NEWPORT BEACH APPROVING AMENDMENT NO. <br />• 783, AMENDING THE NEWPORT PLACE PLANNED COMMUNITY DISTRICT <br />REGULATIONS SO AS TO DELETE THE PROVISIONS APPLICABLE <br />TO GENERAL COMMERCIAL BUILDING SITES 2, 3, AND 5, <br />WHICH REGULATE THE AMOUNT OF RESTAURANT FLOOR <br />AREA PERMITTED ON EACH BUILDING SITE AND <br />INCREASE THE DEVELOPMENT ALLOCATION FOR <br />GENERAL COMMERCIAL SITE NO. 3 <br />FROM 48,300 SQ.FT. TO 49,380 SQ.FT. <br />WHEREAS, Section 20.51.045 of the Newport Beach Municipal Code provides that <br />amendments to a Planned Community Development Plan must be approved by a Resolution <br />of the Planning Commission and the City Council setting forth full particulars of the <br />amendment; and <br />WHEREAS, the Planning Commission conducted a public hearing on August 19, <br />1993, at which time this amendment to the Newport Place Planned Community <br />Development Standards was discussed and recommended to the City Council for approval; <br />and <br />WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that the subject provisions which <br />regulate the amount of restaurant development within General Commercial Building Sites <br />2, 3 and 5 of the Newport Place Planned Community are outdated and unnecessary and that <br />the proposed changes were appropriate and necessary; and <br />WHEREAS, The City Council has determined that the existing Traffic Phasing <br />Ordinance provisions allow the City to assess the impact of larger developments on <br />intersection capacity, which is critical the overall function of the system. <br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City <br />• of Newport Beach that Amendment No. 710, amending the Newport Place Planned <br />Community District Regulation so as to delete the provisions applicable to Building Sites <br />2, 3 and 5, which count one square foot of floor area devoted to restaurants as two square <br />feet of the permitted commercial floor area; and which further restrict the allowable <br />