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File #: 19-878    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Calendar Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 7/17/2019 In control: Planning Commission
On agenda: 8/28/2019 Final action:
Title: Action on Use Permit for ABC License Type 47 for Pruneridge Golf Course located at 400 Saratoga Avenue
Attachments: 1. Statement of Justification, 2. Development Plans, 3. Resolution approving a Use Permit, 4. Conditions of Approval, 5. City Approval- Past Records
REPORT TO PLANNING COMMISSION
SUBJECT
Title
Action on Use Permit for ABC License Type 47 for Pruneridge Golf Course located at 400 Saratoga Avenue

Report
REPORT IN BRIEF
Project: Use Permit to allow on-site sale and consumption of beer, wine and distilled spirits (ABC Type 47 License) for the existing Pruneridge Golf Course.
Applicant: Chelsea Chilman, DJK Law Group/ Touchstone Golf, LLC
General Plan: Parks and Open Space
Zoning: Planned Development (PD)
Site Area: 30-acre Golf Course with a 4,046 square foot clubhouse that houses a 1,351 square foot restaurant.
Existing Site Conditions: Existing restaurant within the Pruneridge Golf Course and outdoor patio.

Surrounding Land Uses
North: Residential Planned Development
South: Retail and commercial uses across from Pruneridge Avenue.
East: R1-6L Single Family homes, Multifamily residential developments, and commercial developments across Saratoga Avenue
West: R1-6L Single Family homes across San Tomas Expressway

Issues: Consistency with the City's General Plan and Zoning Ordinance

Staff Recommendation: Adopt a resolution approving the Use Permit, subject to conditions of approval

BACKGROUND
The applicant is requesting a Use Permit to allow on-site sale and consumption of beer, wine and distilled spirits (ABC License Type 47) in the restaurant located within the clubhouse and within the fenced premises of the golf course. Currently, the golf course wraps around an approximately 10-acre residential development. In 1977, the City Council approved the rezoning of the subject site along with the residential development from Agricultural (A) and Public, Quasi-Public (B) to a Planned Development (PD) Zoning District to allow retention of the nine-hole golf course, driving range, pro shop, restaurant and other related facilities, and construction of 79 townhouse units in the interior of the project area. Pruneridge Golf Course has been operating under the Type-41 (beer & wine) ABC license originally issued on...

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