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1. PLANNING CASE P12-0232
(Continued from 1-16-13):
Proposed Certificate of Appropriateness request
by Craig Celse to approve a previously poured
450 square foot concrete slab for parking in the
street side yard setback of an existing single
family residence at 6361 Brockton Avenue,
located in the Palm Heights Historic District
and the R-1-7000 zone at the southwest corner of
Brockton Avenue and Merrill Avenue in Ward #3.
Contact Planner: Teri Delcamp (951)
(Staff recommends continuance to March 20, 2013)
2. PLANNING CASE
P13-0081: Proposed Certificate of
Appropriateness request by Heritage Architecture
and Planning on behalf of First Congregational
Church to install security grills within
arches, lighting and fencing/gates for the First
Congregational Church and Parsonage (aka Parish
House) at 3504 Mission Inn Avenue and 3755 Lemon
Street, within the Downtown Specific Plan
Raincross District and Cultural Resource Overlay
zone located in Ward #1. The church is a City
Landmark and District contributor listed in the
National Register of Historic Places; the
Parsonage is a contributor to the church’s
National Register listing and is also a City
Structure of Merit and District contributor.
Contact Planner: Teri Delcamp, Senior Planner
(951) 826-2117 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Revision to Title 20 to include additional
Preservation Incentives and other omnibus
Brief report from the Historic Preservation
Officer on recent City Council actions.
Items for future agendas.
Update on status of major development projects.
6. The minutes of
January 16, 2013 to be presented for approval.
Adjournment to the Wednesday, March 20, 2013
meeting at 3:30 p.m. in the Art Pick Council