director watty, deputy director sucre, philip. i'm wondering why there's a continuance for 6a? >> that matter is not up for discussion at this time. >> we're not talking about the continuances? >> well, mr. sucre suggested to take it out of order but we'll take it up when we get to item 6a? >> do we know when it might be? >> we'll take that up with the other legacy business registry applications. >> okay, thank you. >> okay. final last call for public comment on the matter of continuance. seeing no other members of the public requesting to speak. public comment is closed. and your continuance calendar is before you. >> motion to move item 5 to december of 22. >> second. >> thank you commissioners on that motion to continue item 5 as proposed. [roll call] so moved commissioners, that motion passes 7 to 0 unanimously. and as your continuance, your consent calendar was continued, we can move on to your regular calendar for item 6a. >> i would like to make a comment on item e, consent calendar, it's on your agenda. >> we just continued that matter, sir. >> i understand. it's still
watty. >> thank you and good to see you. i want to make one clarification and the project -- the setback applies to the full lot which is both. i wanted to check in with the project sponsor. i understand the desire to merge the existing home is in the rear and the property line runs to the center of it, it's my understanding. but merging the lots ask creating one larger lot and you have chosen two separate buildings as opposed to a larger building, can you speak to the rationale for you all too build the two separate buildings. >> absolutely. by the way, the original building was built on two lots. the city merged it mid-century and for whatever reason where it was resold recently, it was cut up again so it keeps going back and forth between that. to do a single curb cut that's a different building. that's with fire, with exiting, with all of it. these are technically two unit and single-family is the same so we're trying to keep more smaller units because we felt it was more in keeping with the neighborhood, very wide lot.
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