GP and Local Coastal Land Use Plan would permit residential and/or commercial uses, including signage
The proposed Zoning Code amendments/additions would involve: 1) increasing maximum height of fences within the required front yard setback of residentially zoned properties; 2) amend section 9-4.2311. Barbed wired fences. The amendment would change the title from Barbed wired fences to Fences and would include a description of fencing material; 3)clarifying Section 9-4.402 (d) of the Single Family Residential development regulations relating to the minimum front setbacks for garages and accessory buildings; 4) adding a definition to Section 9-4.2704 (a)(1) relating as to when a building is considered attached to another building; 5) excluding subdivision signs and other signs (as listed in Section 9-4.2903 (k)) permitted by state law; 6) allowing pet care sales establishments, including boarding and grooming in the Neighborhood Commercial District, Section 9-4.1001 (b) (13); 7) requiring a Specific Plan application to be submitted simultaneously with an application to classify a parcel to planned development district, Section 9-4.2208 (k); and 8) amend section 9-4.462. Bed and breakfast defined. Amend section 9-4.463 (c) (1) of the bed and breakfast development regulations that would require a use permit and site development permit in any residential and commercial district including projects located within the hillside preservation district. Amend section 9-4.2306 (a) to eliminate subsection (12) bed and breakfast inns from the special use permit allowable uses.
Schools: Ingrid B. Lacey, Good Sheppard MS, Oceana, Terra Nova HS, Alma Heights
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