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Monterey Oct. 20 Agenda Highlights Include New Housing Proposals

Monterey City Council Agenda Highlights

Tuesday, Oct. 20, 4 p.m.

Item 1: Receive a Report from the Library Board about facility needs and feasibility study for building renovation. Estimated costs depending upon scope of improvements is 12 to 48 Million. There are four alternative plans.

Evening Session, 7 p.m.

Item 5: Accessory Dwelling Units ordinance: updates city ordinance permitting construction of accessory dwelling units (ADUs) to be in conformity with state law. Establishes a maximum height limit of 16 feet.

Item 7: Second reading of ordinance banning fuel powered leaf blowers in residential zones and permitting electric or battery leaf blowers only during the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Item 11: Receive concept report for two development proposals, which would require changes to the Waterfront Master Plan to allow residential in the area. The two sites are 1107/1179 Del Monte and 1299 Del Monte. 1107/1179 Del Monte would include 40 apartments, 20 of which would be restricted Affordable, and 1,000 sq feet of commercial. 1299 would include 3 units, one large market rate and two smaller Affordable.

Item 12: Receive concept report for a proposed 200 unit housing project with 12 two story buildings at Barnet Segal Lane and Iris Canyon Rd. Proposal is for 68 one bedroom, 129 two bedroom, and 3 three bedroom units. A minimum of 40 units would be restricted Affordable.

Item 13: Consider a concept proposal to allow limited warehouse and storage uses in the Monterey Peninsula Airport zone. The proposal is for Garden Road.

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