City of Sunnyvale  
Notice and Agenda - Final  
Zoning Administrator Hearing  
Wednesday, May 29, 2024  
3:00 PM  
Teleconference: City Web Stream  
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Call to Order via teleconference.  
Proposed Project:  
Related applications on a 0.66-acre site:  
USE PERMIT to allow the removal of an unpermitted chain-link  
fence and replacement with a new 8-foot tall steel picket fence  
along the front yards, and  
VARIANCE to allow a new rolling parking lot gate within the  
driveway vision triangle.  
Location: 904 Weddell Court (APN: 110-13-065)  
File #: PLNG-2023-0158  
Zoning: M-S(Industrial and Services)/POA (Places of Assembly  
Combining District)  
Applicant / Owner: Studio G Architects, Inc. (applicant) /904 Weddell  
Court LLC (owner)  
Environmental Review: Class 1 Categorical Exemption relieves this  
project from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) provisions.  
Project Planner: Cindy Hom, 408-730-7411,  
Alternative 1. Approve the Use Permit and Variance with  
recommended Findings in Attachment 2 and recommended  
Conditions in Attachment 3.  
Prepared by: Cindy Hom, Associate Planner  
Approved by: Momoko Ishijima, Senior Planner  
1. Vicinity and Noticing Maps  
2. Recommended Findings  
3. Recommended Conditions of Approval  
4. Site and Architectural Plans  
5. Letter from the Applicant  
6. Use Permit and Variance Justification Form  
Proposed Project:  
SPECIAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT to allow replacement of an  
existing eight-foot tall chain-link with barbed wire perimeter fence with a  
new 13-foot tall chain-link with barbed wire fence and installation of a  
new eight-foot tall parking lot fencing and gates on 1111 Lockheed  
Martin parcel and installation of a new 13-foot tall chain-link with barbed  
wire fencing along the rear property line for the site at 1235 N. Mathilda  
Location: 1111 Lockheed Martin Way (110-44-007, 110-01-046) and  
1235 N. Mathilda Avenue (110-02-015)  
File #: PLNG-2023-0680  
Zoning: MP-AC and MP-R (110-44-007), MP-E2 (110-01-046) and  
MP-1 (110-02-015)  
Applicant / Owner: Gordon Prill, Inc. (applicant) / Lockheed Missiles  
and Space Company (owner)  
Environmental Review: Class 1 Categorical Exemption relieves this  
project from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) provisions.  
Project Planner: Cindy Hom, 408-730-7411,  
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