Planning Commission Looks at Parking, Landmarks Ordinance: By RICHARD BRENNEMAN

Tuesday November 09, 2004

Members of Berkeley’s Planning Commission are scheduled to discuss two controversial issues Wednesday—revisions to the city Landmarks Ordinance and proposed changes to commercial parking regulations—and may discuss a third. 

Discussion of the third topic depends on what the City Council does Tuesday night to move forward any of the various proposals for a new creeks ordinance. 

The planners will discuss how the council’s action, if any, will impact future commission actions. 

The session begins at 7 p.m. at the North Berkeley Senior Center, 1901 Hearst Ave. 


—Richard Brenneman