Menlo Park Council to ignore Specific Plan procedures and its Planning Commission
Original post made by Peter Carpenter on Mar 29, 2013
The project is currently being considered, under the rules and procedures established in the Downtown Specific Plan, by the Planning Commission and the Planning Commission is both holding public hearings and working with the applicant. At the conclusion of their deliberation the Planning Commission will make its recommendations to the Council.
Under these circumstances it is highly inappropriate for the Council to insert itself into the process at this time. To do so both violates the Specific Plan procedures, ignores the role of the Planning Commission and raises the erroneous expectation that the Council is prepared to ignore the parameters of the Specific Plan as they apply to this project.
If the procedures specified in the Specific Plan are ignored and the role of the Planning Commission is ignored then why bother to have either?
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