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NEWPORT BEACH ZONING ADMINISTRATOR MINUTES 06/1512017 <br /> NEWPORT BEACH ZONING ADMINISTRATOR MINUTES <br /> 100 Civic Center Drive, Newport Beach <br /> Corona del Mar Conference Room (Bay E-1st Floor) <br /> Thursday, June 15, 2017 <br /> REGULAR HEARING <br /> 3:30 p.m. <br /> A. CALL TO ORDER—The meeting was called to order at 3:31 p.m. <br /> Staff Present: Patrick J.Alford, Zoning Administrator <br /> Gregg Ramirez, Senior Planner <br /> Jaime Murillo, Senior Planner <br /> Makana Nova,Associate Planner <br /> Benjamin Zdeba,Associate Planner <br /> Chelsea Crager,Assistant Planner <br /> Liz Westmoreland,Assistant Planner <br /> Melinda Whelan,Assistant Planner <br /> David Lee, Planning Technician <br /> B. REQUEST FOR CONTINUANCES <br /> None. <br /> C. MINUTES of May 25, 2017 <br /> Action: Approved <br /> D. PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS <br /> ITEM NO. 1 Jack's Surfboards/Jack's Girls Outdoor Sales Limited Term Permit No. XP2017.003 <br /> (PA2017-079) <br /> Site Location: 2727 Newport Boulevard Council District 1 <br /> Melinda Whelan, Assistant Planner, provided a brief project description stating that the request was for a <br /> limited term permit for a period of 12 months to allow outdoor sales within three parking spaces of the on-site <br /> parking lot in front of the Jacks Surfboards/Jack's Girls location. The outdoor sales will take place on various <br /> dates requested by the applicant, up to nine times throughout the 12-month period, beginning with the date of <br /> the first sale requested in August 2017. Each sale would last up to four consecutive days. Ms. Whelan <br /> continued explaining that limited term permits approved by the Zoning Administrator allow for these types of <br /> sales within the Commercial Visitor-Serving (CV) Zoning District. Ms. Whelan explained that the City Traffic <br /> Engineer had reviewed and approved the proposed plan including barricades placed around the perimeter of <br /> the outdoor sales to delineate the sales area from parking areas and ensure safety. Ms. Whelan concluded <br /> that staff was able to make all of the required findings and recommends approval to the Zoning Administrator. <br /> Owner and applicant Jamal Abdelmuti stated that he had reviewed the draft resolution and agrees with all of <br /> the required conditions. <br /> The Zoning Administrator opened the public hearing. Seeing that no one from the public wished to comment <br /> the public hearing was closed. <br /> The Zoning Administrator added that the property is within the Coastal Zone; however, these limited term <br /> permits for temporary sales events are exempt from the requirement of a coastal development permit. <br /> Action: Approved <br /> Page 1 of 6 <br />