The County Marina del Rey Design Control Board is scheduled to meet at 2 p.m. Thursday, July 15th, in the Burton Chace Park Community Building, 13650 Mindanao Way, Marina del Rey, to consider:

old business includes:

consideration of Parcel 56 (Marina del Rey sportfishing at Fisherman’s Village), of a bait sign and frame;

Parcel 102 (Archstone Communities), consideration of monument entry signage, secondary street signage and lighting;

Parcel 61 (Shanghai Red’s), consideration of a new porte-cochère, signage, landscaping and promenade improvements;

Parcel 50 (Marina Waterside), consideration of final site plan, Department of Public Works comments, final architectural plans, final landscape plans, final lighting design and Ralphs signage;

urban design guidelines public workshop number five for public input on proposed design guidelines for Marina projects;

approval of the record of the Design Control Board’s June action for approval of Parcel 102 ( Archstone Communities) color palette as submitted, with changes to the color of the four-story buildings balconies (Gray Hemlock No. 1184), and the top four stories of the tower façade being white without yellow. The applicant will apply the colors to portions of the buildings, for a field check and approval by the design control board;

approval of the record of the Design Control Board’s April action on Parcel 61 (Shanghai Red’s) for a conditioned conceptual approval, subject to identification of the items that have been previously approved;

approval of the record for Parcel 56 (Sea Planes, Inc.) at Fisherman’s Village of May and June actions for approval of the awning sign (as submitted in the May meeting) and the dock gate and stanchion sign (as revised at the June meeting);

new business includes:

consideration of Parcel 18 (Chart House Restaurant) at Dolphin Marina to paint the building and signage (two replacement signs and one new sign); and

consideration of Parcel 44 (The Cove at Pier 44), to paint the building, revising the front entrance, signage (three replacement signs and one new sign) and general landscaping improvements);

staff reports include:

a joint EIR/EIS for the SR-90/Admiralty Way improvement projects with a status report from the Department of Public Works;

temporary permits issued by the Department;

ongoing activities;

board action on items relating to Marina del Rey;

Small Craft Harbor Commission minutes; and

Marina del Rey and beach special events, followed by public comment.

The County Beach Commission is scheduled to meet at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 21st, at Burton Chace Park Community Room, 13650 Mindanao Way, Marina del Rey. The agenda was not available at press time.

Information, (310) 305-9547.

The City of Santa Monica Architectural Review Board is scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. Monday, July 19th, in the Santa Monica City Council Chambers, 1685 Main St., Room 213, Santa Monica.

Information, (310) 458-8411.

The City of Santa Monica Arts Commission is scheduled to meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 19th, at the Ken Edwards Center, 1527 Fourth St., Santa Monica.

Information, (310) 458-8411.

The City of Santa Monica Task Force on the Environment is scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. Monday, July 19th, at the Ken Edwards Center, 1527 Fourth St., Santa Monica.

Information, (310) 458-8411.

The Santa Monica City Council is scheduled to meet at 5:45 p.m. Tuesday, July 20th, in the Santa Monica City Council Chambers, 1685 Main St., Room 213, Santa Monica.

Information, (310) 458-8411.

The City of Santa Monica Commission for the Senior Community is scheduled to meet at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 21st, at the Ken Edwards Center, 1527 Fourth St., Santa Monica.

Information, (310) 458-8411.

The City of Santa Monica Planning Commission is scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 21st, at in the Santa Monica City Council Chambers, Room 213, 1685 Main St., Santa Monica, to consider:

1341 Ninth St.;

continuation of a public hearing from Friday, June 2nd, for a conditional use permit and variance;

3030 Olympic Blvd., (Lantana East) and 3131 Exposition Blvd., (Lantana West);

continuation of a public hearing for two development agreements, a general plan amendment, two tentative parcel maps, a final supplemental environmental impact report and a statement of overriding consideration to allow the construction of two new three-story entertainment studio buildings with subterranean parking garages;

1009 Eighteenth St.,

a public hearing for a conditional use permit, and a variance to allow for expansion of the Garden of Angels pre-school from a pre-school with approximately 62 students to a pre-school and elementary school (kindergarten and first-grade only), with a total maximum enrollment of 92 students.

the variance would allow a maximum 12-foot hedge in the front yard, in lieu of a maximum permitted height of three feet, six inches, and allow the shared use of 31 parking spaces (11 tandem), between the pre-school, the proposed elementary school and the existing church on-site.

Information, (310) 458-8341.

The City of Santa Monica Personnel Board is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, July 22nd, in the Public Safety Facility, first floor, 333 Olympic Blvd., Santa Monica.

Information, (310) 458-8411.

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