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01/27/2004 1 2 3 4 5 6 • • REGULAR MEETING OF THE PLANING AND ZONING COMMISSION FOR THE 7 8 9 10 BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: CITY OF LAS CRUCES City Council Chambers January 27, 2004 6:00 pm 11 Henry Young, Chair 12 William Ludtke 13 Bruce Buchman 14 Chris Perez 15 Elizabeth Camurlez 16 STAFF PRESENT: 17 Robert Kyle, Planner 18 Kirk Clifton, Planner 19 Lani Ruth McCarson, Planner 20 Brian Harper, Associate Planner 21 Charles Harwood, Project Planner 22 Barry Cole, Electrical Inspector 23 Robert Gonzalez, Fire Department 24 Robert Jacquez, Legal Department 25 Carmen Alicia Lucero, Recording Secretary -1- • • 1 Due to technical difficulties, the meeting had to be postponed until a technician from the City of 2 Las Cruces checked out the problem with the recording equipment. The call to order by Chairman 3 Yaung was transcribed from notes takes by the recording secretary to the best of staff's abilities. 4 5 CHAIR YOUNG: May I have your attention please? We will have a short delay before we start 6 this evening; we are having technical difficulties. We will wait a few minutes on the technician to fix it. 7 We cannot record the meeting until then. We will get on with the meeting shortly. 8 While we're waiting to start, I would like to poll the audience to see how many are here for Case 9 PUD-03-08. 10 BUCHMAN: Tell them what it is. 11 CHAIR YOUNG: This is a zone change request. So how many of you in the crowd...OK. Thank 12 you. 13 THE TRANSCRIPTED RECORDING STARTS FROM THIS POINT FORWARD. 14 15 KYLt=: While we're waiting, I know there is a number...a large number of people in the audience. 16 Case number two under New Business; CASE 22537, which essentially is the 47 acres of land. The 17 Chisholm's property at South Main and Farney is being requested to be postponed this evening; there will 18 be an indefinite postponement. At the time that the case is ready to come back before the Planning and 19 Zoning Commission, we will make full advertising and notice on this particular case. 20 Unidentified lady in the audience: Thank you very much. 21 CHAIR YOUNG: OK, so if there's anyone in the audience who was here specifically for that 22 case. Now don't get confused, there's another one; the third case is also on Farney Lane, so don't get 23 them confused. But if you were here for the case that's being postponed, feel free to leave, if you would 24 like to. 25 Yes sir? -2- . ~ • 1 Unidentified gentleman in the audience: Can we ask a few questions before we leave on that 2 particular land? 3 CHAIR YOUNG: Well, as Mr. Kyle said, it will come back up. You'll be notified, so let's leave it 4 for the public hearing rather than hear the case unofficially. 5 KYLE: Mr. Chairman, in response the gentleman's question. They can also make appointment 6 to talk to staff and ask any questions they may have, during normal working hours at the City Office 7 Center. $ CHAIR YOUNG: Sure. 9 KYLE: Our number is 52$-3043. 10 (An inaudible conversation between Mr. Kyle and an unidentified gentleman in the audience took place 11 away from the microphone and was not made part of the record.) 12 CHAIR YOUNG: OK, in the interest of your time, I...we won't wait any longer far the technician; 13 we'll just goon what we've got as far as the recording. So, I'd like to call this meeting of the Las Cruces 14 Planning and Zoning Commission to order. There are agendas here on the front table; if you don't have 15 one, please come forward and pick one up so that you can follow along with our cases as we go through 16 them. 17 The way we conduct our meetings is as follows: When we get to the public input portion of each 18 case, I will allow each speaker three minutes to present your points of view. If there is a community 19 spokesman here, they can have up to 15 minutes, and if they don't cover everything, I will allow one 20 additional minute per person that has something new that the spokesman didn't bring forward. 21 Having said that, let's go ahead and look at our agenda for this evening. And, I'll turn it over to 22 staff to tell us about the postponements once again. 23 KYLE: Mr. Chairman, the only...at this point in time, the only amendment to the agenda the staff 24 is proposing is the addition of CASE 2537 to the Postponement Agenda. As were the two previous cases 25 under postponement are being requested to be postponed date specific, to the February 24th 2004, -3- . • • 1 Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting, Case 2537 is being indefinitely postponed; we do not have a 2 date at this particular time, but, as I indicated, we will make full notice before those come back. 3 The two previous cases mentioned, 5-03-112, a preliminary plat request for Kammann 4 Subdivision, as well as Case 5-03-114, a preliminary plat approval of Sedona Hills Subdivision is needing 5 to be postponed due to an error in publishing of the notice by the Sun News. It cannot be heard because 6 notice requirements were not met. 7 CHAIR YOUNG: OK, thank you. 8 Let's turn our...to the Consent Agenda at this time. We have three cases, let me read those, one g by one, and then we'll deal with them. Under the Consent Agenda, case one is CASE ZCA-04-02/ZCA- 10 04-01: This is a proposal to amend the 2001 Zoning Code, as amended, Section 3$-56 and Section 36- 11 12 of the Las Cruces Sign Code as amended, with regards to the references to the Outdoor Lighting Ordinance to be consistent with the Outdoor Lighting Ordinance, Chapter 39 of the Las Cruces Municipal 12 Code (LCMC). Submitted by the City of Las Cruces. 13 Is there anyone in the audience who would like to hear this case in more depth? 14 Seeing no one, Commissioners, I'll ask you the same thing. 15 OK. 16 Case two is CASE 22542: This is a request far a zoning conversion from C-2 (Commercial Medium 17 Intensity) to C-3 (Commercial High Intensity) far approximately 8.276 acres of land located at 2200 East 18 Lohman Avenue. The purpose of this zoning conversion is to bring the subject property's zoning into 19 compliance with the 2001 Zoning Code, as amended. Submitted by Cypress/FC Las Cruces I, L.P. and 20 the City of Las Cruces. 21 Once again, is there anyone in the audience who would tike to hear this case in more depth? No one? Commissioners? All right, thank you. 22 In case three is CASE 22543: This is a request for a zone change from H (Holding Zone District) 23 to C-3 (Commercial High Intensity) for approximately 3.49 acres of property located at 1301 Avenida de 24 Mesilla. The purpose for the request is to re-establish the commercial zoning designation that was 25 inadvertently changed in October 2003. Submitted by the City of Las Cruces. -4- • • 1 Anyone in the audience wishing to hear this case in more depth? 2 OK, I see no one. Commissioners? 3 OK. Then I will entertain a motion to accept the agenda as amended. 4 BUCHMAN: Mr. Chairman, I'd like to recommend a change, maybe because so many people are here to hear CASE PU D-OS-O$... 5 CHAIR YOUNG: Thank you I forgot that 6 BUCHMAN: ...to move that up to Case Number One, and make current Case Number One, 7 Number Two? 8 CHAIR YOUNG: Yes, I would like to. 9 BUCHMAN: Fine, so I make a motion we approve the agenda with that slight change. 10 CHAIR YOUNG: OK, is there a second? 11 CAMUNEZ: Second. 12 CHAIR YOUNG: Since we have the major change, let me call the roll, Commissioner Buchman 13 BUCHMAN: Aye. CHAIR YOUNG: Commissioner Camur~ez? 14 CAMUNEZ: Aye. 15 CHAIR YOUNG: Commissioner Ludtke? 16 LUDTKE: Aye. 17 CHAIR YOUNG: Commissioner Perez? ~ 8 PEREZ: Aye. 19 CHAIR YOUNG: And the Chair votes Aye. 20 Let's turn out attention then to the minutes of December 16, 2003, that we had in our Work 21 Session Packets. Are there any additions or corrections to that set of minutes? 22 BUCHMAN: I make a motion we accept the minutes as presented. 23 LUDTKE: Second. CHAIR YOUNG: Thank you. Any further discussion? 24 Commissioner Buchman? 25 BUCHMAN: Aye. -5- • 1 CHAIR YOUNG: Commissioner Camunez? 2 CAMUNEZ: Aye. 3 CHAIR YOUNG: Commissioner Ludtke? 4 LUDTKE: Aye. CHAIR YOUNG: Commissioner Perez? 5 PEREZ: Aye. 6 CHAIR YOUNG: And chair votes Aye. • 7 That brings us then to our New Business, and we will now look at the changed agenda. Is there a 8 motion to hear CASE PUD-03-08? 9 LUDTKE: I make a motion we hear CASE PUD-03-08. 10 CHAIR YOUNG: OK, let me read the abstract. This is a request for a zone change from R-3 11 (Multi-Dwelling Medium Density) to PUD (Planned Unit Development). The subject property is located at 12 801 Farney Lane (proposed Crescent Center -Butterfield Plaza) at the northeast corner of EI Paseo and 13 Farney Lane. The PUD request is to reestablish the previous commercial zoning including the applicant's wish to broaden the architectural choices for development of the property to include Pueblo and Mission 14 styles. You'll have to excuse me if I mess up the names. Submitted by Gary Krip... 15 LUDTKE: Kripovich? 16 YOUNG: ...Kripov...l'm sorry far Bosko and Annie Jo Krivokapich. 17 Is the applicant here? Yes sir, please come forward; give us your name and state your case. 18 GARRY KRIVOKAPICH: I'm Garry Krivokapich... 19 CHAIR YOUNG: You said that well. 20 KRIVOKAPICH: Thank you. I'd like to thank you for your time and the neighbors for their time 21 tonight. I am a graduate of NMSU, my brother here is also graduated NMSU. My father Bosko is, and my 22 sister, and also Karl Topley our realtor is also here. My parents purchased this property approximately 23 forty years ago, and it's been in the family since then. We have worked on this PUD for approximately eleven years; it's got quite a history on it. I probably won't go into that unless you have... The 24 economic health for commercial development in this area since it is infill property has not really picked up 25 until the last year with the development of Wells Fargo going in, the apartments going in. So, we finally -6- • • 1 have seen a lot of interest of stores coming into that area, or interested investors. Basically, what 2 we did here to avoid a lot of problems because the conditions were already approved and went all the 3 way from P&Z to City Council and bounced all the way up to the State Supreme Court on approval. We 4 took those and put them into the PUD. The only real thing we added on that was the architectural...so we can either do Pueblo or Mission of maybe a modern Southwest-type design equal or better to the 5 6 conditions that are in the fifty pages. One important thing...to get to do these conditions in, we've had over seven meetings with the 7 neighbors so, there's a lot of things we incorporated with the neighbors that restrict the development to 8 make it look more residential in style than just the normal commercial shopping center that you'd see. 9 Basically, we're proposing a neighborhood shopping center, of 32,500 square feet basically, so 10 the residents can walk to it, or the neighborhood can drive to it, or it can also have their offices in there 11 such as a, let's see, an attorney's office, doctor's office, I see a bakery, restaurants. 12 OK. As you know, the present zoning for that parcel is R-3, so approximately right now we could 13 build 120 apartments. When it goes to the September 04, that'll be 80 apartments, and there will be...in September 04 that would be probably less density. I don't know if you can actually get 80 apartments 14 15 16 17 there within the requirements, so it would be less. This present zoning at eight...it would allow far about 96,OOD square feet of building area of apartments. The commercial development we've done will bring it down to 32,000 square feet, so it's reduced in there. Also the height has been reduced from 45 feet to 20 feet. That is something we also 1$ worked out last night in our meeting at the Lemongrass with the neighbors, is...we are going to bring that 19 down so you can put that down in the notes. Down from 25 feet to, I mean, from 25 feet to 20 feet. 20 Also in the book, we have extensive architectural design standards to lock those in. We've 21 incorporated the University Corridor Landscaping Standards. We've limited the hours of operations for 22 the two buildings that are closest to Crescent Park from five to eleven. We've left the back portion open 23 24 hours, so if you did like a copy center, to... for like the students, you could have a business like that. We've also severely limited the types of business that can go in there. And we say no fast food, 24 25 and that means a restaurant with adrive-up window; that's how we define it, so there's not adrive-up window for a fast food, but it would be OK to have like drive-up banking during the day. -7- r~ • 1 No alcohol, no gas station, and no adult entertainment; those are just a few of the prohibited 2 uses. We limited the size to keep it...the scale down to 7,000 square feet per business. We had a 40 3 foot landscape buffer on the EI Paseo side, and up to 40 foot on the Farney side. 4 Now, signage, we took a look at that because we are close to the neighbors. The signage, we're using monument signs to keep the signs from penetrating the view of the neighbors, and also we have 5 design standards for the signs limited signage and also set backs for...of 75 feet, if you have a sign facing 6 the neighbors over eleven foot high, it can't be illuminated. 7 So we've got...this is just a few of the items that we have in there...it's a pretty extensive list $ incorporating this. So we're really excited about getting this in there but this type of Infill Development 9 does take a long time and we have had experience with apartments and things, and we really didn't want 10 to go that method or that route. 11 Basically, the PUD will allow for Infill Development that will protect and serve the surrounding 12 neighborhood while generating income for the City of Las Cruces. 13 If you have any questions? CHAIR YOUNG: We'll get to them, I'm sure. 14 KRIVOKAPICH: Oh, OK. 15 CHAIR YOUNG: Thank you. 16 KRIVOKAPICH: Thank you. 17 CHAIR YOUNG: Staff? 18 KYLE: Mr. Chairman, Commission members, this is a zone change request from R-3 to PUD, 19 Planned Unit Development for approximately 4.2 acres of land located at 801 East Farney, or basically 20 the northeast corner of Farney and EI Paseo Road. As stated by the applicant... there's...l'll forward and 21 then we'll back up... the property had an existing commercial zoning designation up until January of this 22 year. Essentially, what it occurred as Mr. Krivokapich indicated, in the original zoning action this case 23 had gone all the way up to the New Mexico Supreme Court. In 1998, the Supreme Court issued an order establishing the zoning. At that time the conditional 24 clock starting ticking the two year time frame. The applicants requested an amendment to the zoning in 25 2000 that was approved by the City Council in 2001. Meard by this commission, I believe, in December of _g_ • • 1 2000; that started the clock over again. And, with the one year extension that staff could grant on the 2 zoning, the properties remained undeveloped and as such the zoning did expire in January of this year. It 3 did revert back to its existing R-3 or multi-dwelling medium density zone, and the applicants are seeking 4 to, essentially, re-establish the conditional zoning they had. However, since that time, the City has adopted a new honing Code and so we're under different standards. 5 Instead of creating the same problem with conditional zoning and changing it to C-3 and then 6 same of the complexities involved in that, staff, in consultation with the applicant sought a Planned Unit 7 Development, in which we could establish, essentially the old zoning that existed under the 1981 Code, 8 keep it, for all intents and purposes, exactly the way it was up until January of 2004, and allow them to 9 have the ability to development for the commercial purposes in which they were originally seeking, 10 without having that conditional time clock start on it. Because it's a PUD we're establishing the conditions 11 within the PUD and it doesn't act the same as a conditional zone change. 12 As I indicated, the property has not been developed in accordance with the plan. Here's an aerial 13 photo of the site. There's an existing residence at the southwest corner of the property. The vast majority of the property is vacant. To the east of the property, is the Frenger Park, you have a religious 14 institution on the north side, on the west side, you have Las Cruces High School and a portion of the 15 Crescent Park neighborhood, and immediately to the south you have the Heritage Farm Subdivision, 16 which is predominantly a single family residence subdivision. 17 As stated by Mr. Krivokapich, the conditional zoning had a significant list of uses that would be 18 permitted. And although essentially we're going back and readopting the '81 standards for this property, 19 if the PUD is approved, we're still adopting the uses that were outlined within the development plan, 20 which is part of your packet. 21 And, what I've done is I've taken the uses, the permitted and the prohibited uses, out of that plan, 22 and put them here, so that you and the public would see what types of uses could occur on the property, 23 instead of, it's commercial, what does that mean? As you can see there's a significant list, Table II indicates the uses that would be prohibited on 24 the property. The very last item you'll see is gas and diesel pumps and gas service stations. That was 25 one of the uses that was prohibited during the 2000 amendment that was before this body; staff has -9- • • 1 included that, and I think for clarity's sake and based on the statements of Mr. Krivokapich, we will 2 reference under Restaurants in the Permitted Uses that no drive-through restaurants be allowed as 3 acceptable to the applicant. That'll clarify the issues of the zone interpretations problems down the line 4 that... (Inaudible). 5 BUCHMAN: You're cutting out Robert. KYLE: I said, that will eliminate the interpretation issues down the line should the zoning be 6 approved. This is a site plan, essentially, it shows the outlay of the Center, essentially it's got an L shape 7 against the north and the east side of the property, with the small, approximately 7,000 square foot 8 building replacing that existing home that was there. 9 This is the site plan that was approved again, with the original development and then amended to 10 allow to be built in phases under the 2000 amendment. And as stated by the applicant, there's significant 11 landscaping. The landscaping that was adopted as part of the development package is the same as the 12 UAC and it requires 20% of the property to be landscaped not 15%, which is the typical requirements for 13 a commercial development. So they are going above and beyond the existing or normal commercial development requirements within the City. 14 These are some conceptual renderings of the proposal. Again, this is essentially be looking at it 15 from EI Paseo Road, with this being a conceptual rendering off of Farney Lane. 16 The existing or the originally approved development plan, required that everything be built in the 17 Territorial style, and as stated by Mr. Krivokapich, they would like to expand those uses to allow them 18 Mission and Pueblo architectural standards as well. That would fit in, again, with the University Avenue 19 Corridor requirements. 20 On review of this request, staff is recommending approval of the PUD, as I stated, essentially 21 we're seeking to reestablish the zoning that existed on the property up until about three weeks ago, that 22 would result in no net change to the neighborhood from what was previously approved. Again, however, 23 the existing zoning is now R-3, as the conditional C-2 has expired. Staff has had very limited public comment regarding this case. We have received a few calls for 24 infill information, but I have not spoken to anybody with any specific concerns regarding the request. 25 -10- ~ • 1 And, with that, Mr. Chairman, I'll end my presentation and I'll be happy to answer any questions you have. 2 CHAIR YOUNG: Thank you. At this time, I'd like to open the floor for the public. Remember the 3 guidelines that I gave you at the beginning of the meeting. 4 Who would like to be first to speak concerning this case? Anyone? I'm waiting a minute; I see discussion going on. 5 (Someone in the audience speaking -inaudible) 6 CHAIR YOUNG: Just come up to the microphone; please give us your name, sir. 7 EARL SCHUMACHER: I'm Earl Schumacher. I live on Crescent Drive. And, originally... $ CHAIR YOUNG: May I interrupt for a moment? Could you spell your name for the record? 9 SCHUMACHER: S CH U M A CH E R. 10 CHAIR YOUNG: Thank you. 11 SCHUMACHER: ...originally, Mr. Krivokapich said that he was gonna ga to 25 feet high, and 12 he's bringing it back dawn to 20. As long as that's agreeable, you know...that's the only thing we were 13 worried about. CHAIR YOUNG: OK, thank you. Anyone else? 14 Mr. Kyle? 15 KYLE: Mr. Chairman, that's one point I did want to clarify; I forgot to mention that. We will, 16 assuming that the commission is amiable to that, we will incorporate that 20 foot building height limitation 17 into the PUD document. The original document did allow for 25 feet, but, certainly, staff has no objections 18 to lowering the height. 19 CHAIR YOUNG: OK. 20 So that is covered sir. Anyone else? 21 Seeing no one, I'll close the floor then for public comment and open the floor for Commissioners. 22 Commissioner Buchman? 23 BUCHMAN: Mr. Chairman, I only have one small concern. Remember in November when we had that hearing for the tanning salon... 24 CHAIR YOUNG: Mh hm. 25 -11- ~ • 1 6UCHMAN: ...on EI Paseo? And the final approval was based on a change of their plan. 2 Anybody coming out onto EI Paseo was restricted to a right turn only. And I'm wondering and looking at 3 what we've got one entryway going onto EI Paseo and then just south of that we've got Farney Road, 4 where the traffic light is. And, I wonder if, in the interest of the citizens and a more even traffic flow on EI Paseo, should we consider that type of requirement to be put in this approval? I'm just kind of curious; I 5 see Mr. Kyle coming up. What would your thoughts be, Mr. Kyle? 6 KYLE: Mr. Chairman, Commissioner Buchman, if I may. Certainly the Commission has the right 7 to add additional conditions as part of their request. The original zoning of this property did not have that $ requirement, for one. Two, I believe there is a dedicated median on the north side of Farney Road along 9 EI Paseo, so essentially you have a dedicated left turn... 10 BUCHMAN: Oh there is? OK, sorry... 11 KYLE: Travel was one of the issues... 12 BUCHMAN: OK. 13 KYLE: ...with that previous case located here; there was no median... BUCHMAN: OK. 14 KYLE: ...so you did have to divide the traffic. 15 BUCHMAN: OK. I withdraw... 16 CHAIR YOUNG: Yeah, I was gonna mention that, but... 17 BUCHMAN: OK. 18 CHAIR YOUNG: ...that's fine. 19 BUCHMAN: Thank you. 20 CHAIR YOUNG: Anything else Commissioners? 21 Seeing no one, I'll entertain a motion on PUD-03-08. 22 BUCHMAN: I make a motion we approve CASE PUD-03-08. 23 CHAIR YOUNG: Is there a second? CAM U N EZ: I second it. 24 CHAIR YOUNG: Is there further discussion? 25 -12- • ~ 1 Let me call the roll. 2 Commissioner Buchman? 3 BUCHMAN: Aye, based on findings, discussion, and site visit. 4 CHAIR YOUNG: Commissioner Camunez? CAMUNEZ: Aye, based on findings and site visit. 5 CHAIR YOUNG: Commissioner Ludtke? 6 LUDTKE: Aye, findings, discussion, site visit. 7 CHAIR YOUNG: Commissioner Perez? $ PEREZ: Aye, based on findings. 9 CHAIR YOUNG: And the Chair votes Aye, based on findings and discussion. OK. 10 That brings us back then to CASE ZCA-04-01. Is there a motion to hear this case? 11 BUCHMAN: I make a motion we hear CASE ZCA-D4-01. 12 CHAIR YOUNG: Thank you. 13 This is a proposal to amend the 2001 Zoning Code, as amended, by requiring notice to affected property owners regarding the zone change-related cases be sent by regular mail before the Planning 14 and Zoning Commission public hearing and by certified mail before the City Council public hearing. 15 Submitted by the City of Las Cruces. 16 And I'm gonna stop for just a minute before you start Mr. Harwood. 17 (Pausing for the City of Las Cruces Technician to check on the recording equipment.) 18 CHAIR YOUNG: If it's not gonna be a quick fix, we could go ahead without it. 19 (Technician speaking out or range) 20 CHAIR YOUNG: OK. Thank you. You might turn us down just a little bit, it's still a little hot and 21 we get some ringing. 22 Go ahead Mr. Harwood. 23 HARWOOD: OK. Thank you. Mr. Chairman, Commissioners, Charles Harwood, Project Planner. 24 CASE ZCA-04-01 is a proposed Zoning Code amendment to change the notice requirement for 25 Planning and Zoning Commission meetings regarding zone change-related cases from certified mail to -13- • • 1 regular mail. 2 Currently, the department staff sends notices of zone change-related cases to affected property 3 owners by certified mail before Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council public hearings. City 4 legal staff has indicated that the City may send the notice before the Planning and Zoning Commission meetings by regular mail because the Commission is making a recommendation to City Council and not 5 taking final action. 6 As noted in the staff report, sending notices by regular mail would save money and reduce the 7 inconvenience that the affected property owners have on occasion because of certified mail. And, based $ upon the comments that staff has received from affected property owners, sending the notice by regular 9 mail may actually be more effective. Certified mail will still be used to send notices before the City 10 Council meetings. This is to comply with State law. With that, Mr. Chairman, I'd be happy to answer 11 questions. 12 CHAIR YOUNG: OK. Thank you. 13 At this time, I'd like to open the floor, if there's anyone in the public that would like to address this case? Please came forward or raise your hand. And I don't see anyone. 14 Commissioners are there any comments or questions that you would like to ask? 15 Then, we're ready for a mat... 16 LUDTKE: I do. 17 CHAIR YOUNG: Oh, Commissioner Ludtke? Yes. 18 LUDTKE: Did...we spoke at the workshop...at the work session that there was a...that there 19 might be a case for trial? To try this? To recommend that...to the City Council that they try this and... 20 CHAIR YOUNG: Well... 21 LUDTKE:...a trial period? 22 CHAIR YOUNG: ...what we're doing by approving it... 23 LUDTKE: ...we'll do it? CHAIR YOUNG: ...we don't have to put that in the proposal. What we'll do is go ahead and 24 either approve it or deny it, and then go from there. 25 Problem, concern? -14- • 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 13 9 1Q 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 LUDTKE: No. CHAIR YOUNG: More comment? BUCHMAN: I make a motion... CHAIR YOUNG: Anyone else... BUCHMAN...we approve CASE PUD-03-08. PERT=Z: Second. CHAIR YOUNG: Wrong case. BUCHMAN: fops. CHAIR YOUNG: We did that one. LUDTKE: I make a motion. BUCHMAN: Thank you. Go ahead. LUDTKE: Make a motion for approval of CASE ZCA-04-01. CHAIR YOUNG: Is there a second? BUCHMAN: Second. CHAIR YOUNG: Thank you. I heard Commissioner Perez. Any further discussion. Seeing no one. Commissioner Buchman? BUCHMAN: Aye, based on discussion and findings. CHAIR YOUNG: Commissioner Camur~ez? CAMUNEZ: Aye, discussion and findings. CHAIR YOUNG: Commissioner Ludtke? LUDTKE: Aye, findings and discussion. CHAIR YOUNG: Commissioner Perez? PEREZ: Aye, findings. CHAIR YOUNG: And the Chair votes Aye, based on the findings. That brings us to the end of our regular agenda. Under other business, I would like to discuss something briefly, and I should've...) should've done this at the beginning. I would like to welcome Commissioner Camur~ez to our Commission and I know -15- • 1 that she is a welcome addition because we've been waiting for this vacancy to be filled for quite some 2 time. At the same time, I would like to, for the sake of the record, thank Commissioner Halls, who has 3 resigned and is no longer with us, for her many years of service to the City and this Commission. And, 4 I'm sorry that she wasn't here tonight. Public, is there anything that you would like to bring before this commission tonight? 5 Staff, do you have anything to tell us? 6 And, Commissioners, is there anything else that you would like to bring up? 7 I_UDTKE: 1'd like to thank Lani Ruth for the package on the Commissioners; let us know abou S the Commissioners that could be leaving in March. 9 CHAIR YOUNG: Yes. 10 BUCHMAN: 1 make a motion we adjourn. 11 CHAIR YOUNG: We are adjourned. Thank you. 12 13 Meeting Adjourned at 6:45 14 15 16 17 CHAT 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 -16-