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City Council to Consider Amendment to Fuller Master Plan

Published on Monday, January 30, 2023 | 5:00 am
 

The City Council on Monday will discuss amendments to the Fuller Master Plan and Development Agreement to remove a parcel no longer owned by Fuller.

The 2006 agreement provides affordable housing for Fuller students and mandates any new housing on property included in the plan be affordable to students.

“The proposed Master Plan Amendment would unencumber 282 N. Los Robles Ave. from the Fuller Master Plan, thereby allowing the site to be developed as allowed by the base zoning district and without the requirement that the housing be exclusively for Fuller use,” according to a staff report contained in Monday’s agenda. “No other changes to the Master Plan or Development Agreement are proposed.”

Currently, the site is developed with a surface parking lot and 270 N. Los Robles Ave. is vacant. 

They are both considered to be part of the project site for the proposed new project. 

The property at 270 N. Los Robles Ave. is within the boundary Master Plan boundary, but the property was never owned by Fuller, and therefore it is not subject to the Development Agreement or the Master Plan. 

“The Master Plan boundary remains in place and is not affected by this application,” according to a City staff report. “If Fuller purchases a parcel within the boundary, it would be subject to the Development Agreement and Master Plan.”

The applicant has submitted a separate design review application for the proposed project. 

The project meets all development standards of the Zoning Code and requires Design Review which will be conducted by the Design Commission separately from this action.

The proposed residential project would be subject to all applicable requirements of the Zoning Code. 

The Master Plan boundary remains in place and is not affected by this application. If Fuller purchases a parcel within the boundary, it would be subject to the Development Agreement and Master Plan. 

When an amendment to an approved Master Plan is proposed, the Planning Commission also makes a recommendation to the City Council. 

However, the City’s review of a proposed amendment is limited to the amendment itself; no other elements of the Master Plan can be considered. 

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