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					                        OCEANSIDE PLANNING COMMISSION

                                                AGENDA

                                MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2008

                                  City Council Chambers
                                  300 N. Coast Highway
                                Oceanside, California 92054
      NO NEW ITEMS WILL BEGIN AFTER 11:00 P.M. UNLESS THE MAJORITY OF THE
COMMISSIONERS AGREE TO HEAR ADDITIONAL ITEMS AFTER 11:00 P.M., ANY REMAINING ITEMS
WILL BE HEARD AT THE NEXT REGULAR MEETING OR AT AN ADJOURNED MEETING

         California Government Code Section 84308 requires that any person or entity, or someone acting on
their behalf (their agent), who has made campaign contributions of $250 or more to a Planning
Commissioner and has an application for a permit or other entitlement which is pending before the Planning
Commission, must disclose that fact on the record at the meeting. The disclosure requirement also applies
to any person who participates in the proceedings (in support or in opposition) if they have a financial interest
in the decision. The obligation to disclose applies from the date the application is made until three months
following the Commission decision. Information sheets may be obtained from the City Clerk's Office. Further
information may be obtained from the Fair Practices Commission at (916) 322-5901.


7:00 P.M.                 CALL TO ORDER
                          PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
                          ROLL CALL

CHAIRPERSON                                                                   VICE CHAIR
    Claudia Troisi                                                                  Louise Balma

COMMISSION MEMBERS
   Dennis Martinek
   Dick Parker
   Bob Neal
   Stan Bertheaud
   Tom Rosales


COMMUNICATION ON MATTERS NOT ON THE AGENDA

        No action will be taken by the Planning Commission in this category unless the Planning
Commission determines that an emergency exists or that there is a need to take action and the need to take
action came to the attention of the City subsequent to the posting of the agenda.
1. Advance written request to reserve time to speak. Written requests must be received
   in the Planning Division office no later than seven days prior to the Planning
   Commission meeting. Each person making this type of request is limited to three
   minutes and may not speak on the same topic more than once on the same agenda.

    None

2. Oral communications from the audience regarding items not on the agenda. Each
   individual making this type of request is limited to three minutes and may not address
   the same topic on both written and non-written requests to speak.


CONSENT CALENDAR

        All matters listed herein are considered to be routine or are formal documents covering previous
Commission instructions and may be enacted in the form listed below by one motion approving the Consent
Calendar. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless members of the Commission, the
audience, or staff request specific items to be discussed and/or removed from the Consent Calendar for
separate action.

    None


PUBLIC HEARINGS

        Format shall consist of an opening presentation by City staff, Testimony beginning with the project
applicant/property owner (limited to a total of 20 minutes), Testimony from the general public (limited to 3
minutes each) and final response from the project applicant (limited to 10 minutes).

3. Consideration of a TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP (P-19-06), DEVELOPMENT PLAN
   (D-26-06) and CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT (C-49-06) to create two lots and
   construct an 80-unit residential structure. The project is located in the 3800 block of
   Lake Boulevard, the RH-U District and the Lake Neighborhood. – LIL JACKSON –
   Applicant: Southern Cal Presbyterian Homes
    a)   Chairman opens public hearing
    b)   Chairman requests disclosure of Commissioners and correspondence
    c)   Testimony, beginning with Juliana von Hacht, Associate Planner
    d)   Recommendation – adopt the resolution approving the Mitigated Negative
         Declaration
    e) Recommendation – adopt the resolution approving the project
    Item continued from the September 22, 2008 public hearing

4. Consideration of a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT (C-56-05) for the construction and
   operation of a stand-alone communication facility. The project is located at 801 El
   Camino Real and situated within the PS (Public Semi-Public) District and the Loma
   Alta Neighborhood. – SPRINT @ SDG&E SUBSTATION – Applicant: Sprint-
   Nextel
    a)    Chairman opens public hearing
    b)    Chairman requests disclosure of Commissioners and correspondence
    c)    Testimony, beginning with Juliana von Hacht, Associate Planner
    d)    Recommendation – adopt the resolution approving the project


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5. Consideration of a PARCEL MAP (P-4-08) and DEVELOPMENT PLAN (D-5-08) to
   allow for the construction of a 12 industrial buildings on lot 19 of the Ocean Ranch
   Corporate Center. The Tentative Map would place each building on a single lot,
   with the parking lot and open space as one common lot. The proposed buildings
   would have a total square footage of 220,600 and would be located east of Rancho
   Del Oro Road and north of Ocean Ranch Boulevard. The project site is zoned IL
   (Limited Industrial) and is situated within the Ivey Ranch/Rancho Del Oro
   Neighborhood. – WINDSTAR OCEAN RANCH LOT 19 –                              Applicant:
   CREA/Windstar Ocean Ranch, LLC
     a)   Chairman opens public hearing
     b)   Chairman requests disclosure of Commissioners and correspondence
     c)   Testimony, beginning with Sally Schifman, Planner II
     d)   Recommendation – adopt the resolution approving the project

6. Consideration of a PARCEL MAP (P-7-06), DEVELOPMENT PLAN (D-5-06) and
   CONDITIONAL USE PERMITS (C-19, 20, 21, 22, 23-06) for the development of a
   950,000-square foot shopping center on a 92-acre site located at the northeast
   corner of Foussat Road and State Route 76. – THE PAVILION @ OCEANSIDE –
   Applicant: Thomas Enterprises
     a)   Chairman opens public hearing
     b)   Chairman requests disclosure of Commissioners and correspondence
     c)   Testimony, beginning with Jerry Hittleman, City Planner
     d)   Recommendation – adopt the resolution certifying the Environmental Impact
          Report (EIR)
     e)   Recommendation – adopt the resolution approving the project


DISCUSSION ITEMS

       Format shall consist of an opening presentation by Staff followed by input from the general public
(limited to 3 minutes each).

     None


APPEAL OF CITY PLANNER’S DETERMINATION

      Format shall consist of an opening presentation by Staff followed by a presentation by the project
appellant (limited to a total of 3 minutes) and input from the general public (limited to 3 minutes each). The
scope of the issues discussed is limited to the express determination under appeal.

      None


CITY PLANNER’S/COMMISSIONERS' REPORTS

       Any topics listed below are designed to inform the Commission of various policy issues and to provide
direction to Staff as appropriate.

7.    Chairperson Troisi                  ---
           a. Correspondence



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8.    Vice-Chair Balma          ---
           a. Report on Redevelopment Design Review Committee.

9.    Commissioner Parker     ---
         a. Report on Redevelopment Design Review Committee.

10.    Commissioner Martinek               ---

11. Commissioner Neal                      ---

12. Commissioner Bertheaud                 ---

13. Commissioner Rosales                   ---

14. City Planner                ---
         a. Report on Project Updates


ADJOURNMENT

The next regularly scheduled meeting is at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, October 20, 2008.

Agendas of all regular Planning Commission meetings are posted at least 72 hours prior to those meetings at
the Oceanside Civic Center, 300 N. Coast Highway. The agenda, including backup reports, will be posted on the
City’s Web Site at www.ci.oceanside.ca.us.

Under the Brown Act, California's Open Meeting Law, any citizen has the right to address the Planning
Commission on matters within the Commission's jurisdiction. However, the Commission may not discuss or
take any action on any item not specifically listed on the agenda. Citizens who wish to have an item placed on
the agenda may do so by contacting the Planning Division Office no later than one week prior to the date of the
Commission's regularly scheduled meeting. The Planning Commission is a formally established Advisory
Commission to the City Council, and as such is bound by the Brown Act.

If you have special needs, because of a disability which makes it difficult for you to participate in the Planning
Commission meetings, please contact the Planning Division Office at 300 N. Coast Highway, Oceanside, CA,
Telephone: (760) 435-3520, by at least noon the Thursday prior to the scheduled meeting so that staff can
make arrangements to accommodate your disability.

APPEALS OF PLANNING COMMISSION DECISION

      In accordance with the Oceanside Zoning Ordinance, any item receiving final action by the Planning
Commission may be appealed to the City Council. Letters of appeal and the required fee must be filed with
and received by the City Clerk, 300 N. Coast Highway, Oceanside, California within 10 days of the Planning
Commission final action adopting the Resolution. The appeal fee shall be waived if the appeal is filed within
the above noted appeal period and is accompanied by signatures of 50% of the property owners within the
noticed area or 25 signatures of the property owners or tenants within the noticed area, whichever is less.

       An alternative to filing an appeal is available to City Councilmembers. The procedure is known as a
Call for Review. Within 10 days of the Planning Commission final decision a councilmember may file with the
City Clerk a “Call for Review” of the Commission’s decision. A call for review filed by a member of the City
Council shall be scheduled for a public hearing before the City Council. This hearing would be conducted just
like an appeal hearing. Any member of the public may request a councilmember to initiate the call for review
in lieu of filing a formal appeal. Please contact the Planning Division at (760) 435-3520 for further
information.




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