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Agenda Item 4. <br />City of Brea <br />COUNCIL COMMUNICATION <br />TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council Members <br />FROM: Bill Gallardo, City Manager <br />DATE: 05/21/2020 <br />SUBJECT: ZONE CHANGE NO. ZC 19-01, PLANNED COMMUNITY MASTER PLAN NO. PCMP <br />19-01, DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT NO. DA 19-01, AND FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL <br />IMPACT REPORT NO. FEIR 19-01 FOR THE MERCURY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT <br />: Eel asm-11WON 09.I=01111:12F_%21tdto] V0121:to] 0TAI2104tolW1111111W_1►1�_1►191:121VZ A6019V21: aI <br />RECOMMENDATION <br />MAY 19, 2020 REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING <br />On May 19, 2020, the Brea City Council considered the proposed Mercury Lane workforce housing <br />project. At the public hearing, the City Council provided comments and/or direction to City staff on the <br />proposed project, which has resulted in changes to the Draft Resolution, Draft Ordinance and <br />Conditions of Approval, and Draft Development Agreement. Updated versions of all documents have <br />been forwarded to the Council for additional consideration at the May 21, 2020 City Council special <br />meeting (Attachments A -C). <br />MAY 12, 2020 SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING <br />On May 12, 2020, the Brea City Council considered the proposed Mercury Lane workforce housing <br />project. At the public hearing, the City Council provided comments and/or direction to City staff on the <br />proposed project, which resulted in changes to the Draft Ordinance and Conditions of Approval as well <br />as the Draft Development Agreement. The public hearing was continued to the May 19, 2020 regular <br />meeting of the City Council. <br />PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION <br />On April 28, 2020, the Planning Commission reviewed the Mercury Residential development proposal <br />("Project") which includes the following requests: <br />• A Zone Change from Commercial Industrial to Planned Community; <br />• A Planned Community Master Plan including site-specific development standards, property <br />management, and implementation requirements for a high-density, workforce housing project in <br />an industrial zone consisting of 114 studio, one bedroom and two-bedroom rental units located on <br />a 1.01 -acre parcel; <br />• A Development Agreement granting vested rights and requiring certain community benefits; and <br />A Final Environmental Impact Report ("EIR") inclusive of all environmental analysis, mitigation <br />measures and findings to address environmental impacts. <br />The Planning Commission recommended (5-0) the City Council approve the Project with modifications <br />and recommendations contained in the Conditions of Approval within the Draft Ordinance. <br />