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CITY COUNCIL <br />TOM OF ILS ALTOS HTT,T S <br />26379 Fremont Iniad <br />Los Altos Hills, California <br />9r • • J.4 lad . iC IN 1 <br />JOINT MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL AMID THE PLANNING COM•IISSION <br />Wednesday, January 30, 1985 <br />cc: Reel 163, Tr. I, Side I, 001 -end <br />Mayor Allison called the Adjourned Regular Meeting of the City Council to order <br />at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Town Hall. <br />Planning Commission Chairman Kuranoff called the Adjourned Regular Meeting of the <br />Planning Ccnvdssion to order at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Town Hall. <br />The Chairman noted that the purpose of the meeting was to conduct a joint meeting <br />with the City Council. <br />A. %JIT. CALL: <br />Present: Mayor Allison and Counoilmambers Dronkert, Fuhnman and Rydell <br />Planning Crnmission Charman Kuranoff, and Commissioners Carico, <br />` Gottlieb, Lachenbruch, Siegel, Struthers and Yanez <br />Absent: Council, enter van Tamelen <br />Staff: City Manager George Scarborough, City Attorney Frank Gillio, City <br />Engineer Michael Enright, Staff Planner Nancy Lytle and City Clerk <br />Pat Dowd <br />Planning <br />Consultant: Jeff Goldman, Connerly & Associates <br />Press: Sara Wykes, San Jose Mercury; Andrea Moore, Peninsula Times Tribune; <br />Kim Bergheim, Los Altos Town Crier <br />B. STUDY SESSION ON 'TOWN'S PLANNING REVIEW: <br />Mayor Allison stated that the purpose of the joint meting was to present a <br />clear, concise approach to the Planning Consultant regarding the Site Development <br />Ordinance. Members of the Council and the Commission had before than a draft <br />ordinance, as prepared by the Planning Consultant, and the recamnerded changes <br />made at the 1/9/85 Planning Commission meeting. Staff Planner, Nancy Lytle, <br />noted in her staff report dated 1/24/85 that 'while the Ccnmissioners did not <br />reach consensus on each and every item in the 1/4/85 staff report, they approved <br />the document conceptually and found it to provide an adequate franework for <br />revising the draft ordinance.' <br />The first item discussed was the reo m e dation of the formation of a major site <br />development committee and a minor site development committee. The composition <br />of a major site development cmmftittee was addressed. The difficulty of scheduling <br />two or three Commissioners to attend the often lengthy Tuesday afternoon meetings <br />was noted. Mayor Allison suggested that two Cammissioners be appointed to the <br />Cc m ttee with an alternate Camussicner named in the event one of the appointed <br />Camnissioners could not make the meeting. In line with this, the importance <br />of continuity on the committee was eaphasized. Mayor Pro Tem Dronkert suggested <br />