The club, which provides academic support and after-school activities for kindergartners through high school seniors, currently serves about 250 community members, with 28 employees, according to the planning staff report. The report said the nonprofit does not plan to add staff, so parking needs will remain steady despite the increase in floor space.
The requested addition would exceed the maximum allowed floor-area ratio by approximately 1 percent, but the permit being asked for would allow the construction of another 4,288 square feet in the future with only architectural review by the Planning Commission.
Go to tinyurl.com/auz48gh to review the agenda and associated staff reports.
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