The Newport Beach City Council approved a new set of amendments during its Feb. 22 to its guidelines on accessory dwelling units. (Google Maps)NEWPORT BEACH, CA — The Newport Beach City Council approved amendments on Feb. 22 to the city’s guidelines on accessory dwelling units within coastal zones, the Daily Pilot reported. The amendments include suggestions made by the California Coastal Collision and remove the minimum lot size required for an ADU. An ADU is a type of small home or apartment that shares the same lot as a single-family home, according to the Pilot. There are about 90 such “granny flats” in Newport Beach, the Pilot reported. Find out what’s happening in Newport Beach-Corona Del Marwith free, real-time updates from Patch.Let’s go! Visit the Daily Pilot website to read more about the accessory dwelling unit changes. Get more local news delivered straight to your inbox. Sign up for free Patch newsletters and alerts.ThankReply Share
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