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File #: 21-1376    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Calendar Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 9/27/2021 In control: Development Review Hearing
On agenda: 10/20/2021 Final action:
Title: Action on demolition of the existing 1,165 square foot one story single family residence to construct 2,846 square feet two-story single family residence containing five bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms with a 460 square foot two-car garage at 758 Clara Vista Avenue.
Attachments: 1. Development Plans, 2. Project Data
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REPORT TO DEVELOPMENT REVIEW HEARING
SUBJECT
Title
Action on demolition of the existing 1,165 square foot one story single family residence to construct 2,846 square feet two-story single family residence containing five bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms with a 460 square foot two-car garage at 758 Clara Vista Avenue.
Report
File No.(s): PLN2021-14870
Location: 758 Clara Vista Street, a 6,400 square feet parcel located on the southwest corner of Clara Vista Avenue and Hart Avenue; APN: 294-15-043; property is zoned Single Family Residential (R1-6L).
Applicant: Amin Adil Qazi, Arch Versa Architecture
Owner: Ameen Ashraf
Request: Architectural Review for demolition of the existing one story three bedroom two bath 1,165 square foot single family residence to construct 2,846 square feet two-story single family residence containing five bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms with a 460 square foot two-car garage. (The project includes a 335 square foot Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) with one bathroom on the first floor that is subject to ministerial approval).

Project Data Table: See Attachment 2
Points for consideration
* The proposed project is located in a predominantly one-story homes with occasional two-story homes throughout the immediate neighborhood.
* Project site is a corner lot adjoining one-story single-family homes to the south and to the west.
* The proposed single-family house is compatible with the architectural styles and materials of other homes in the neighborhood.
* A 300-foot neighborhood notice was distributed for this project review.
Findings supporting the Staff Recommendation
1. That any off-street parking area, screening strips and other facilitates and improvements necessary to secure the purpose and intent of this title and the general plan of the City area a part of the proposed development, in that;
* The development provides the required two covered parking spaces.
* The required parking spaces are not located in the re...

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