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File #: 20-046    Version: 1 Name: CC ORD to Amend and Re-Chapter the Zoning Code
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Meeting Date: 3/2/2020 Final action: 3/16/2020
Enactment date: 3/16/2020 Enactment #: Ordinance 2020-002
Title: ORDINANCE of the City of San Leandro City Council to Amend and Re-chapter the San Leandro Zoning Code to Accommodate Recent Changes in State law, to Make Corrections and Address Inconsistencies, and to Discontinue the Cap on Cannabis Product Manufacturing Permits
Sponsors: Tom Liao
Attachments: 1. 2_Ord_Exhibit A_Zoning Code_Markup, 2. 3_Ord_Exhibit A_Zoning Code_Clean
Related files: 19-648, 19-647, 20-047, 20-045
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ORDINANCE of the City of San Leandro City Council to Amend and Re-chapter the San Leandro Zoning Code to Accommodate Recent Changes in State law, to Make Corrections and Address Inconsistencies, and to Discontinue the Cap on Cannabis Product Manufacturing Permits

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WHEREAS, the San Leandro City Council adopted the current 2035 General Plan Update in September 2016; and

WHEREAS, the San Leandro Zoning Code may be periodically amended to incorporate clarifications or corrections to existing designations, as well as substantive changes; and

WHEREAS, the San Leandro Zoning Code currently utilizes a two-tier numbering system, an organizational methodology that imposes certain limitations for online publishing, searching, hyperlinking, and indexing; and

WHEREAS, the proposed Amendments primarily consist of a re-chaptering to adjust the Zoning Code's indexing methodology to be consistent with the San Leandro Municipal Code and Administrative Codes; and

WHEREAS, the purpose of re-chaptering the Zoning Code is to improve its accessibility and ease of use, and does not modify, alter or affect the implementation of existing Zoning Code provisions; and

WHEREAS, the State of California passed a substantial number of new planning, zoning and housing laws that took effect on January 1, 2020, including additional provisions that necessitate changes to the City's regulation and processing of Accessory Dwelling Units and Large Family Home Child Care Facilities; and

WHEREAS, the proposed Amendments are in response to State legislative mandates and are necessary to bring the Zoning Code into compliance with State law; and

WHEREAS, the proposed Amendments include a provision that is consistent with City Council direction at its November 12, 2019 Work Session to conclude the City's pilot program limitations on Cannabis Product Manufacturing, which capped the number of facilities to five in total, established under Ord...

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