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TO: <br />FROM: <br />CITY OF <br />NEWPORT BEACH <br />City Council Staff Report <br />June 8, 2021 <br />Agenda Item No. 20 <br />HONORABLE MAYOR AND MEMBERS OF THE CITY COUNCIL <br />Seimone Jurjis, Community Development Director - 949-644-3232, <br /> <br />PREPARED BY: Makana Nova, Senior Planner, <br />PHONE: 949-644-3249 <br />TITLE: Resolution No. 2021-58: An Extension of Emergency Temporary Use <br />Permits Issued to Businesses Due to State COVID-19 Restrictions <br />(PA2020-069) <br />ABSTRACT: <br />For the City Council's consideration is a request to extend emergency temporary use <br />permits ("ETUPs") through September 6, 2021, if Emergency Ordinance No. 2020-005 is <br />terminated or repealed. This would allow for commercial uses (such as outdoor dining) <br />and institutional uses to continue to utilize private property, parking lots, sidewalks, and <br />public property as approved through the Back to Business program. <br />Thereafter, ETUP holders who wish to continue their permitted outdoor uses could apply <br />for a limited -term permit which would be reviewed on an individual basis. This resolution <br />also proposes to waive application fees for limited -term permits requested by ETUP <br />holders. <br />RECOMMENDATION: <br />a) Conduct a public hearing; <br />b) Find this project exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) <br />pursuant to Section 15301 of the CEQA Guidelines under Class 1 (Existing Facilities), <br />because this project has no potential to have a significant effect on the environment; <br />and <br />c) Adopt Resolution No. 2021-58, A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Newport <br />Beach, California, Authorizing an Extension of Emergency Temporary Use Permits <br />Issued to Commercial and Institutional Uses for the Use of Private Property, Parking <br />Lots, Sidewalks, and Public Property in the City of Newport Beach (PA2020-069). <br />20-1 <br />