|(March 6, 2018, 10:50 a.m.) -- On March 5, LB's grassroots Council of Neighborhood Organizations (CONO) has issued the statement below in advance of a March 6 city-staff agendized Council item requesting Council action (with or without tweaks) on LUE density increase maps that would trigger preparation of a revised Program Environmental Impact Report (EIR).
In its statement, CONO Executive Director Robert Fox suggests the "Program EIR" include a line: "All final decisions regarding the EIR upon submission of plans and adjujstment and alteration by the Development Department shall rest with the City Council for approval."
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CONO statement says it supports:
Following tonight's (March 6) Council vote, staff will prepare a revised PEIR based on whatever maps the Council advances. The revised PEIR will then be circulated for public comments, city responses, a Planning Commission recommendation and ultimately a Council vote on whether to adopt PEIR and maps as approved by the Council on March 6, or reduce impacts of the maps further (but not increase them) with the future Council vote ultimately leading to land use zoning changes citywide.
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