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File #: 2019-879    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Special Order Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 9/11/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 10/15/2019 Final action:
Title: A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER APPEAL OF PLANNING COMMISSION DECISION TO APPROVE DESIGN OVERLAY REVIEW NO. 1748-18 AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 1077-18 TO RENOVATE AN INDUSTRIAL SITE TO OPERATE A NEW TRUCK YARD FACILITY FOR FEDEX, LOCATED AT 2315 EAST DOMINGUEZ STREET (CITY COUNCIL)
Attachments: 1. PC SR Terreno, 2. PC Draft Mins. Terreno, 3. PC RESO 19-2674, 4. Appeal Application - DOR No. 1748-18 & CUP No. 1077-18 09-05-2019, 5. Ex. 5 NEW Resolution Upholding Terreno Truck Yard Appeal
Report to Mayor and City Council
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Special Orders of the Day


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A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER APPEAL OF PLANNING COMMISSION DECISION TO APPROVE DESIGN OVERLAY REVIEW NO. 1748-18 AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 1077-18 TO RENOVATE AN INDUSTRIAL SITE TO OPERATE A NEW TRUCK YARD FACILITY FOR FEDEX, LOCATED AT 2315 EAST DOMINGUEZ STREET (CITY COUNCIL)
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I. SUMMARY

On August 27, 2019, the Planning Commission by a 6-0 vote approved Design Overlay Review No. 1748-18 and Conditional Use Permit No. 1077-18 to renovate an industrial site to operate a new truck yard facility located at 2315 East Dominguez Street (Exhibit Nos. 1, 2, 3).
Once site renovations are complete, the site is expected to be occupied by FedEx, which currently operates two warehouse facilities in the City of Carson, located at 1725 Charles Willard Street and 17210 South Main Street. FedEx is proposing to use the site at 2315 East Dominguez Street for overflow parking and storage of empty truck trailers. All traffic from and to this site would be from and to the two existing FedEx facilities in Carson mentioned above. The site will include 177 spaces for vans, trailers, or trucks onsite (including 152 for truck trailers). The peak trips to and from the site would be during a 6-week period during the November/December holiday season. Up to 100 trips per day (200 trips in and out) is expected during this time. Sixty-five percent of the trips will be between 10 PM and 6 AM during this peak period. Outside the holiday peak season, there would be 20-30 trips per day (40-60 trips in and out). Most of this traffic would be between 11 AM to 9 PM. Fifteen percent of these trips will be from cars and the rest would be from trucks.
On September 5, 2019, Council Member Lula Davis-Holmes filed an appeal of the Planning Commission's decision. (Exhibit No. 4). Carson Municipal Code Section 9173.4, Appeals, states appeal applications by a member of City Council should...

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