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Town of Truckee <br />ZONING ADMINISTRATOR MEETING <br /> July 23, 1997 <br /> 2:00 P.M. <br /> Truckee Donner Public Utility District Board Room <br /> 11570 Donner Pass Road, Truckee, California <br /> <br />MINUTES <br /> <br />CALL TO ORDER. Zoning Administrator Tony Lashbrook called the meeting to order at 2:08 <br /> p.m. <br /> <br />PUBLIC COMMENTS. None. <br /> <br />APPROVAL OF MINUTES. <br /> <br />3.1 April 9, 1997 - Regular Meeting <br /> <br />Zoning Administrator Tony Lashbrook approved the minutes of April 9, 1997. <br /> <br />PUBLIC HEARINGS. <br /> <br />4.1 <br /> <br />97-052/MSP/AV/HPAC (Ministerial Site Plan, Area Variance, Historic Preservation <br />Advisory Council); Jay Hanson, applicant; Ron Kirby, property owner. <br /> <br />Jay Hansen and Ron Kirby were both present. No staff report was given. <br /> <br />A five minute break was taken at 2:10 p.m. for Mr. Hansen to review the staff report. <br />Zoning Administrator reconvened the hearing at 2:15 p.m. <br /> <br />Mr. Ball reviewed the major characteristics of the project regarding site design for parking, <br />sidewalk improvements, in-lieu fees, and on-site landscaping. He mentioned that there was <br />only one inquiry on this project. <br /> <br />Mr. Lashbrook asked Mr. Ball for clarification on what the mix of uses were in the building, <br />and how the nmnber of parking spaces were derived. Mr. Ball explained that the nfix of uses <br />were retail along Donner Pass Road and office along High Street. The project requires 22 <br />on-site parking spaces, including handicap spaces for the entire building, however, the <br />existing site design supports only 12 on-site parking spaces. He explained that the number <br />of parking spaces were calculated in accordance with the current zoning ordinance standards, <br />and a 20% reduction factor applied as supported by the Draft Downtown Zoning Standards. <br />He further explained that landscaping is associated directly with parking demand, and <br />increasing the parking area increases the need for landscaping. <br /> <br />Mr. Lashbrook stated that to meet the required parking for the site, the options consist of: <br />1) apply all of the existing spaces along High Street to this specific site; 2) allocating a <br /> <br /> <br />
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