New Construction Rules for Residential Construction

Mark Burton. Photo credit city of Manhattan Beach.
Mark Burton. Photo credit city of Manhattan Beach.
At the Direction of your City Council, the City staff will be reporting at this Tuesday's meeting on the adoption of a dozen new construction rules designed to alleviate some of the impacts of residential construction in our City such as no deliveries on street sweeping days, full and complete Job Site Rules including no loud radios, music or talking at construction sites, increase parking enforcement in hot spots and other remediation construction rules.  For a complete listing, please access the City's website and open Agenda Item # 6.  I want to thank our residents who suggested many of these new construction rules, our Community Development Department Staff and the Board of Building Appeals.  Sincerely, Mark Burton

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Denise A. March 04, 2014 at 09:22 AM
Thanks for the info. It would be most helpful if you could include a link to the appropriate page on the city website.
Gerry O'Connor March 04, 2014 at 05:59 PM
City Council agendas are VERY easily accessible via a link right on the city website's home page (under 'Meetings'). Nevertheless, following is a direct link to the agenda and, as stated, the subject proposal is item 6 (and there are links in item 6 to the staff report, proposed new rules, etc.) http://www.citymb.info/home/showdocument?id=14597


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