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File #: 141083    Version: 1 Name: Public Hearing - Appeal of Exemption from Environmental Review - 2853-2857 Broderick Street
Type: Hearing Status: Filed
Introduced: 10/20/2014 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 11/25/2014 Final action: 12/9/2014
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Hearing of persons interested in or objecting to the determination of categorical exemption from environmental review under the California Environmental Quality Act issued by the Planning Department on July 3, 2014, and approved during the Discretionary Review Hearing of the Planning Commission on September 18, 2014, to permit an existing three-story-over-basement, two-unit building located at 2853-2857 Broderick Street, Assessor's Block No. 0947, Lot No. 002, to be lifted 3 feet to insert a two-car garage within the basement level, as well as additional work including a dwelling unit merger from 2 units to 1 unit, a side horizontal addition at the south side façade, and vertical additions and rear façade alteration to construct dormers and a deck at the roof/attic level. (District 2) (Appellants: Irving Zaretsky, on behalf of himself, Zeeva Kardos, and Kate Polevoi; Tim Arcuri) (Filed October 20, 2014).
Attachments: 1. Appeal Ltr 102014 No. 1, 2. Appeal Ltr 102014 No. 2, 3. COB Ltr 102214, 4. Planning Ltr 102414, 5. COB Ltr 102714, 6. Hearing Notice, 7. Appellants Ltr to Tom Hui/Patrick O'Riordan 111114, 8. Appellants Ltr to Sup Farrell/COB 111114, 9. Patrick O'Riordan Ltr 111214, 10. Appellants Ltr to Sup Farrell 111214, 11. Appellants Ltr 111314, 12. Project Sponsor Ltr 111414, 13. Planning Memo 111714, 14. Project Sponsor Ltr 112014, 15. Board Pkt 112514, 16. Appellant Ltr 112314_1, 17. Appellant Ltr 112314_2, 18. Appellant Ltr 112314_3, 19. Appellant Ltr 112414, 20. Board Pkt 120914, 21. Project Sponsor Ltr 120514, 22. Appellant Ltr 120714, 23. Appellant Ltr 120814
Related files: 141086, 141085, 141084
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