Redevelopment Agency Minutes, June 11, 2007
DALY CITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
DALY CITY CIVIC CENTER - COUNCIL CHAMBERS
MINUTES – June 11, 2007
The meeting was called to order by Chair Gomez at 8:39 P.M.
ROLL CALL: Members Present:
Maggie Gomez, Chair
Carol L. Klatt, Vice-Chair
Judith A. Christensen, Director
Michael P. Guingona, Director
Sal Torres, Director
Patricia E. Martel, Executive Director
Rose Zimmerman, Agency Attorney
Maria Cortes, City Clerk
Richard Berger, Assistant Director, Economic
& Community Development
Betsy ZoBell, Housing & Community Development Supervisor
APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
It was moved by Director Christensen seconded by Director Guingona and carried to approve the minutes of May 14, 2007.
APPROVAL OF AGENDA:
It was moved by Vice-Chair Klatt, seconded by Director Christensen and carried to approve the agenda for June 11, 2007.
Claims: Expenditures and Claims for April 2007
A Resolution of the Board of Directors of the Daly City Redevelopment Agency Setting Time and Place of Joint Public Hearing of the City Council of the City of Daly City and the Governing Board of the Daly City Redevelopment Agency Re: Consideration of Proposed Disposition and Development Agreement with Dewey Land Company
Director Christensen asked that Consent Item 2 be removed from the Consent Agenda.
It was moved by Vice-Chair Klatt, seconded by Director Guingona and carried to approve the Consent Agenda for June 11, 2007 with the exception of Item 2.
Director Christensen announced that on July 23, 2007 the Agency would have a Public Hearing on the Five-Year Plan for the Mission Street and Junipero Serra Boulevard Project Area. She encouraged people to participate offer their ideas on the future of the area.
It was moved Director Christensen seconded by Vice-Chair Klatt, and carried by unanimous roll call vote, to approve Item 2 of the Consent Agenda.
A Resolution of the Governing Board of the Daly City Redevelopment Agency Setting Time and Place for Public Hearing to Consider Five-Year Implementation Plan for Mission Street-Junipero Serra Boulevard Commercial District Redevelopment Project (Five-Year Implementation Plan for 2006-2010)
Conceptual Review CR07-2 Fast Food Restaurant Remodel and Site Improvements – 7199 Mission Street
Richard Berger, Economic & Community Development Assistant Director, summarized the staff report recommending the Agency conceptually approve plans submitted for interior building and exterior site improvements of the existing Kentucky Fried Chicken Restaurant, including a new disabled accessible ramp which would replace some landscaping and meet ADA requirements. Mr. Berger noted that an Agency Committee met to review the proposal, which was summarized during the City Council meeting, and is recommending that the Agency Board:
- Grant conceptual approval for the proposed restaurant remodel and site improvements at 7199 Mission Street, and
- Grant a parking exception for nine off-street parking spaces.
Chair Gomez asked how meeting ADA requirements would affect the parking lot and the number of spaces. Mr. Berger indicated the re-striping of the lot would add a van accessible parking space and reduce the number of spaces by one. This removal of a parking space is the reason the Agency is being asked to approve an increase in the number of spaces approved by waiver of the Agency.
It was moved by Vice-Chair Klatt, seconded by Director Guingona, and carried by unanimous roll call vote to adopt the following resolution:
A Resolution of the Daly City Redevelopment Agency Approving Conceptual Review (CR07-2) to Approve a Fast Food Restaurant Remodel and Site Improvements at 7199 Mission Street, Daly City, California
11. Replacement Housing Plan for Pacific Plaza Phase III in the Mission Street-Junipero Serra Boulevard Commercial Business District Redevelopment Project Area
Betsy ZoBell, Housing and Community Development Supervisor, explained that California Redevelopment Law requires a redevelopment agency approve a Replacement Housing Plan whenever the execution of an agreement for the disposition and development of property would lead to the destruction or removal of low-and moderate-income dwelling units.
The Agency proposes to address this replacement obligation for two units that will be lost as a result of Phase III of Pacific Plaza by creating permanently affordable housing elsewhere in the City. Specifically, one unit at the Hillcrest Senior Housing Project and one unit at 260 Abbot Street, which is owned by the Agency
The Agency has completed an assessment of the 2121 Junipero Serra tenant needs and is helping them find comparable and acceptable replacement housing.
Ms. ZoBell noted that a joint hearing on the DDA is scheduled before the City Council and Agency Board on July 9, 2007.
It was moved by Director Christensen, seconded by Director Guingona, and carried by unanimous roll call vote to adopt the following resolution:
A Resolution of the Governing Board of the Daly City Redevelopment Agency Approving Replacement Housing Plan for Pacific Plaza Phase III in the Mission Street-Junipero Serra Boulevard Commercial Business District Redevelopment Project Area
It was moved by Director Klatt, seconded by Director Guingona, and carried to adjourn the meeting at 8:49 PM.
Secretary of the Redevelopment Agency
Approved this 9th day
of July , 2007
Chair of the Redevelopment Agency