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File #: 22-1755    Version: 1
Type: Land Use Regular Agenda Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 11/15/2022 In control: City Council
On agenda: 11/29/2022 Final action:
Title: H21-026, HP21-005 & ER21-085 - Site Development Permit (H21-026) and Historic Preservation Permit (HP21-005) for Certain Real Property Located at 142-150 and 130-134 East Santa Clara Street and 17 South Fourth Street APN: 467-23-034, -035, -037).
Attachments: 1. Memorandum, 2. Memorandum from Peralez, 11/28/2022, 3. (a) Resolution, 4. (b) Resolution, 5. (c) Resolution, 6. Presentation - est. 5 minutes, 7. Letters from the Public
...Title
H21-026, HP21-005 & ER21-085 - Site Development Permit (H21-026) and Historic Preservation Permit (HP21-005) for Certain Real Property Located at 142-150 and 130-134 East Santa Clara Street and 17 South Fourth Street APN: 467-23-034, -035, -037).
...Recommendations
(a) Adopt a resolution certifying the SuZaCo Mixed-Use Project Supplemental Environmental Impact Report, and making certain findings concerning significant impacts, mitigation measures, alternatives, and adopting a statement of overriding considerations and a related Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Plan, in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), as amended.
(b) Adopt a resolution approving, subject to conditions, a Site Development Permit (H21-026/ER21-085) to allow the construction of an approximately 75,251-square foot four-and-six story retail and office building, with an off-site parking arrangement, the partial demolition of 142-150 East Santa Clara Street (City Landmark) building, and the demolition of two buildings within the proposed building footprint, at 130-134 E. Santa Clara Street and 17 S. 4th Street, on an approximately 0.34-gross acre site.
(c) Adopt a resolution approving, subject to conditions, a Historic Preservation Permit (HP21-005) to allow the demolition of the roof, two walls and building interior (street-fronting facades to remain) and the removal of the exterior plaster cladding of a City Landmark building at 142-150 East Santa Clara Street and the infill construction of a six-story building on the property.
CEQA: Supplemental Environmental Impact Report (SEIR) to the Downtown Strategy 2040 Final EIR for the SuZaCo Mixed-Use Project (ER21-085). Historic Landmarks Commission recommended denial 11/2/2022 - Item 3.c (3-2-2, Commissioner Camuso and Janke opposed, Commissioners Ayala and Royer absent) of a Historic Preservation Permit on the grounds that: (a) The findings required under Section 13.48.240 to grant a Historic Preservation Permit...

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