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File #: 20-574    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Calendar Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 5/19/2020 In control: Planning Commission
On agenda: 6/10/2020 Final action:
Title: Action on Use Permit for ABC License Type 41 for Tapsilog Bistro at 1998 Homestead Road
Attachments: 1. Development Plans, 2. Resolution, 3. Conditions of Approval, 4. Statement of Justification
REPORT TO PLANNING COMMISSION
SUBJECT
Title
Action on Use Permit for ABC License Type 41 for Tapsilog Bistro at 1998 Homestead Road

Report
REPORT IN BRIEF
Project: Use Permit to allow on-site sale and consumption of beer and wine (ABC Type 41 License) for the subject site.
Applicant: Edmund Sanchez
Owner: Jinhie Lee, US Realty
General Plan: Community Commercial
Zoning: Neighborhood Commercial (CN)
Site Area: 1,200 square foot tenant space
Existing Site Conditions: Existing restaurant
Surrounding Land Uses:
North: Commercial uses
South: Single family residences
East: Single family residences
West: Commercial uses

Issues: Consistency with the City's General Plan and Zoning Ordinance
Staff Recommendation: Adopt the 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 and wine (ABC License Type 41) in a new restaurant (Tapsilog Bistro) located at 1998 Homestead Road. The restaurant occupies a 1,200 square foot tenant space in a multi-tenant commercial building. The restaurant would not provide live entertainment as part of the regular operation. The proposed restaurant hours of operation, along with the sale and service of beer and wine, are from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.

DISCUSSION
Consistency with the General Plan
The subject property has a General Plan designation of Community Commercial. This classification is intended for retail and commercial uses that meet local and neighborhood demands. The project is also consistent with the following General Plan policies:

5.3.3-P1 - Provide a mix of retail and commercial uses to meet the needs of local customers and draw patrons from the greater region.
The proposal is consistent with this policy in that the new restaurant will provide another eatery option within the complex accessible to the greater neighborhood.

5.3.3-P5 - Encourage public amenities and active uses in commercial centers an...

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