At the December 7 City Council Meeting, the following items will be considered: Committee of Aging Update, consider adoption of a resolution to accept Annual Fee Report and make certain findings that extend the time period for the use of certain unspent street and sidewalk in lieu fees for another five years, review of Downtown Parking Study, and consider waiving of 60 day notification requirement from temporary library operations at 9050 Las Tunas Drive.
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The Youth Committee’s next special meeting will be held on December 19 (i.e., 5:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers), the members will receive city updates and discuss upcoming events. Meetings are open to the public and all are welcome to attend.
For more information, contact the City Clerk’s office, 626-285-2171.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT MONTHLY UPDATE
The total building permit fees collected has fallen $300,000 from last year and the permit valuation has also fallen more than $1 million. In November the two largest permits issued by the building permit staff were both accessory dwelling units. The number of customers at the Department’s counter has fallen, as well. Planning took in five new accessory dwelling unit cases and two new houses. The Planning staff also took in an application to convert the 73-unit mixed use project at 5570 Rosemead Boulevard into a condominium project. The community preservation inspectors opened 43 more cases than last year in the month of November. The full Community Development Department Update can be VIEWED HERE >>