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Public Hearings     |     City Council Agendas & Summaries


Public Hearings for April 24, 2001 include:

1.      ALLOCATION OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT, EMERGENCY SHELTER GRANT, GENERAL FUND ANTI-POVERTY, COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT,  MEASURE O, AND THE PROPOSED CONSOLIDATED PLAN  UPDATE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2001-2002


2.   2700 SAN PABLO AVENUE - USE PERMIT 99-10000095

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

1.      ALLOCATION OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT, EMERGENCY SHELTER GRANT, GENERAL FUND ANTI-POVERTY, COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT,  MEASURE O, AND THE PROPOSED CONSOLIDATED PLAN  UPDATE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2001-2002

The Berkeley City Council will conduct a public hearing on the following:

A.   The allocation of approximately $4.3 million in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) monies available for housing related activities, public services, improvement of public/community facilities, economic development, and planning and administration. In addition, $134,000 is available for homeless services and facilities under the Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG).  

 

B.   The allocation of approximately $1.7 million in General Fund Anti-Poverty and Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) monies available for activities for children/youth, adult and senior services, disability services, health, homeless services, and nutrition.  

 

C.   Allocation of approximately $800,000 in Measure O Funds for homeless services.  

 

D.   The proposed Consolidated Plan Update for 2001 – 2002 which will be submitted to the Department of Housing and Urban Development outlining the City's housing and community development program.  

 

E.   The City of Berkeley Community Action Plan to be submitted to the State Department of Community Services and Development as a requirement of Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) funding.  

 

A complete set of all proposals received and the Draft Consolidated Plan Update are available for public review at the Reference Desk of the Public Library at 2121 Allston Way.  The public has until May 1, 2001 to submit comments before the Consolidated Plan Update is finalized.  For more information, please contact Teri Piccolo, Housing Department, at 981-5420.  



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2.   2700 SAN PABLO AVENUE - USE PERMIT 99-10000095

 

Revised Project Description
   

The applicant proposes the construction of a +/-34,600 square foot, 4-story mixed use building on a 16,890 square foot parcel.  The ground floor includes approximately 1,495 square feet of commercial space (produce market / café), four live/work units (4,620 square feet) and a 1,110 square feet management unit.  The first floor also contains the residential entry lobby, area for trash and recycling and two mechanical rooms.  The project will include fourteen covered parking spaces located adjacent to the building, under the cantilevered section of the upper floors and nineteen covered parking spaces are proposed along the western property line.  The parking spaces would be accessed off Carleton Street along with the residential lobby.
 

The second and third floors contain twelve apartments each and the fourth floor contains eleven apartments, for a total of 35 apartments.  The building would contain ten studio apartments, seven one-bedroom loft apartments and eighteen two-bedroom apartments.  Useable open space will be located on a 1,200 square foot roof deck.
 

The project proposes 20% low-income inclusionary units that would be affordable to a household with income that is eighty percent (80%) of the Oakland PMSA median.  The applicant has indicated that half, or 50% of the affordable units would be set-aside for elderly or disabled members of the community.


  • Use Permit per Section 23C.08.050 to demolish the existing building;

  • Use Permit per Section 23E.64.030 to construct a 34,600 square foot, 4-story mixed use building;

  • Use Permit per Section 23E.64.030 quick-service food use (produce market / café).

  • Use Permit per Section 23E.64.030 to establish four live/work units;

  • Use Permit per Section 23E.64.080.H to reduce the required parking from 44 spaces to 33.



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City Clerk Department
2180 Milvia Street, Berkeley, California  94704
Telephone (510) 981-6900; TDD (510) 981-6903; Fax (510) 981-6901
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
E-mail:
clerk@ci.berkeley.ca.us
Graphic: New Information Note: Some City buildings and services will be closed to the public on holidays and reduced services days. Access the City's Holiday and Reduced Service Days Schedule.