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File #: 21-2244    Name:
Type: Discussion Items Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 3/19/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 4/6/2021 Final action:
Title: DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION REGARDING CALENDAR SCHEDULE FOR MEETINGS TO DISCUSS THE CITY OF REDONDO BEACH DRAFT LAND USE PLAN AND MAP AND THE DRAFT HOUSING ELEMENT
Attachments: 1. Administrative Report, 2. Cable Crawl, 3. Recreation Spring Newsletter and Ezine, 4. Press Release to Newspapers, 5. EBlast, 6. Facebook Post, 7. City Webpage, 8. Redondo Beach Patch Calendar Posting
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To: MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
From: BRANDY FORBES, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

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DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION REGARDING CALENDAR SCHEDULE FOR MEETINGS TO DISCUSS THE CITY OF REDONDO BEACH DRAFT LAND USE PLAN AND MAP AND THE DRAFT HOUSING ELEMENT
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
As part of City Council's recent discussion of the City's General Plan and Housing Element Annual Progress Reports at their meeting on March 16, 2021, the upcoming schedules for the General Plan Draft Land Plan/Map, the Sixth Cycle Housing Element Update, and the overall General Plan Update were presented.

During the City Council's discussions on the upcoming schedule for the General Plan Draft Land Plan/Map direction was given to staff to bring back a calendar schedule to confirm additional public meetings for the months of April and May 2021.

This report presents the currently planned and advertised public meetings for the General Plan Draft Land Plan/Map along with additional meeting dates for City Council to consider officially adding to the schedule.

BACKGROUND
The critical path forward for both the Sixth Cycle Housing Element Update and the overall General Plan Update is the confirmation by the City Council of the Draft Land Plan/Map.

The General Plan Advisory Committee's (GPAC) most recent meeting, GPAC22 held on December 3, 2020, focused upon revisiting their earlier draft Land Plan in order to address recent changes in the State's housing laws and incorporate the City's recently assigned Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA) housing numbers. GPAC's current draft Land Plan recommendations are now compliant with all State housing laws and have the capacity to accommodate the City's RHNA of 2,490 residential units. Below is the City's final SCAG 6th Cycle RHNA Allocation.



It is important to note that there is no statutory requirement for the General Plan update; however, the City's Housing Element (6th Cycle) is required to be adopted prior to October 15, ...

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