A public hearing on resolutions clearing the way for the construction of a six-unit, three-story apartment project will be conducted by the Garden Grove City Council when it meets on Tuesday.
The proposed project would be built on a vacant lot at 9312 Chapman Ave., east of Loraleen Street. That’s between Magnolia and Brookhurst streets.
To be approved, the council would have to vote for a general plan amendment, as the property is zoned R-1 (single family residential). Unlike many apartment complexes in the city, in this project each unit would consist of four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
Also on the agenda is an amendment to the city’s lease agreement with SteelCraft extending deferral of the rent of the property until Oct. 1. SteelCraft is an outdoor “urban eatery” operating on city-owned land on Euclid Street, just north of Garden Grove Boulevard.
Additionally, there will be discussion of a request by Councilmember George Brietigam (District 1) to conduct a feasibility study on changing Garden Grove from a general law city to a charter city.
The meeting will be held telephonically, commencing at 6:30 p.m.
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