Agenda Item
Meeting Date: 8/14/2013 - 7:30 PM
Category: Consent Agenda
Type: Action
Subject: 8.10 (Item #10) Resolution Rendering Local Ordinances Inapplicable:
Northgate High School Aquatics Center Project
LCAP (Local Control Accountability Plan) Goal:
File Attachment:
Northgate Aquatics Center Site Plan.pdf
NorthgateHSResoGovtCode53094 - August 14 2013.pdf
Summary: On May 21, 2012 Board Meeting, the Board approved facility enhancements for Northgate High School. As part of this greater approval the Board approved the New Sports Medicine Facility, New Restroom Building and Pool, known as the Northgate Aquatics Center.

Because the installation of the Aquatics Center will be inspected by the Department of the State Architect, staff requests that the Board adopt a resolution, pursuant to Government Code Section 53094(b), to render inapplicable the City of Walnut Creek zoning ordinances which would otherwise apply to the Northgate High School Aquatics Center project. Government Code section 53094(b) provides that a school district, by a vote of two-thirds of its members, may render city or county zoning ordinances inapplicable to a proposed use of property when such use is not for non-classroom facilities. The proposed Aquatics Center project will serve an important function in the instruction, educational and extra curricular activities of the students and staff thereby supporting the District's educational purpose and mission. Accordingly, the exemption permitted by Government Code section 53094(b) is appropriate for the proposed use.
Funding: N/A
Fiscal Impact N/A
Recommendation: Adopt Resolution as Presented
Recommended By:
Signed By:
Mitchell Stark - Program Manager
Signed By:
Tim Cody - Program Manager
Signed By:
John Bernard - Interim Superintendent
Vote Results:

Original Motion
Member Moved, Member seconded to approve the Original motion 'Approve Consent Agenda.'. Upon a Roll-Call Vote being taken, the vote was: Aye: 3 Nay: 0.
The motion Carried 3 - 0
Linda Mayo     Yes
Barbara Oaks     Yes
Cheryl Hansen     Yes