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Fresno Planning Commission
The Fresno Planning Commission recommends actions on various planning issues, such as plan amendments, rezones and appeals for development permits or conditional use permits. It is an advisory committee, consisting of seven members appointed by the mayor and city council.
Meetings usually occur at 6 p.m. on the first and third Wednesdays of each month in the city council chambers at 2600 Fresno Street. They can also be joined via Zoom and are webcast on CMAC.
At its Wednesday meeting, the Fresno Planning Commission moved forward the Central Southeast Fresno specific plan, which includes the development of affordable housing, commercial projects, and other community-building amenities.
At its March 15 meeting the Fresno Planning Commission denied an appeal and upheld a conditional use permit for a new Starbucks location at 2840 Tulare Street and continued a decision on a new car wash facility to May 3.