California Coastal Commission
This has been
updated at 11 a.m., Monday,
March 12, 2007.
1. CALL TO ORDER.
2. ROLL CALL.
3. COMMISSION FIELD TRIP. The Commission will take a field trip to view UCSC's proposed Coastal Long Range Development Plan (CLRDP) site at Terrace Point in Santa Cruz. The Commission will also view multiple sites in Monterey and Santa Cruz Counties along the route to and from Terrace Point. Potential sites include Fort Ord Dunes State Park, areas surrounding Castroville and Moss Landing, the proposed Caltrans Salinas Road interchange site and the Pleasure Point proposed seawall site in Live Oak (Santa Cruz County). Because space will be extremely limited, members of the public may follow in their private vehicles or meet the Commission along the route of the field trip where stops will be scheduled to discuss issues. A map of the route and an itinerary of stops for the field trip will be available at the Commission's Santa Cruz office approximately 3 to 4 days before the field trip. For more information please call the Santa Cruz office at (831) 427-4863.
Please Note: Agenda Items 4-19 are estimated to begin no sooner than 1:30 pm, after the Commission Field Trip.
4. DEPUTY DIRECTOR'S REPORT. Report by Deputy Director on permit waivers, emergency permits, immaterial amendments & extensions, LCP matters not requiring public hearings, and on comments from the public. For specific information contact the Commission's Santa Cruz office at (831) 427-4863.
5. CONSENT CALENDAR. (Removed from Regular Calendar). See AGENDA CATEGORIES.
6. LOCAL COASTAL PROGRAMS (LCPs). See AGENDA CATEGORIES.
a. University of California at Santa Cruz Coastal Long Range Development Plan (UCSC CLRDP) - Time Extension Only. Public hearing and action on extension of time limit to act on UCSC's proposed CLRDP for an expanded Marine Science Campus on the University's 100-acre Terrace Point property at the western border of the City of Santa Cruz. (DC-SC)
7. NEW APPEALS. See AGENDA CATEGORIES.
a. Appeal No. A-3-SLO-04-56 (Henderson, Harmony) Appeal by Commissioners Reilly & Wan from decision of County of San Luis Obispo granting permit with conditions to Country Enterprises for lot line adjustment between three parcels of 41.48, 6.90 and 1.75 acres each resulting in two parcels of 43.60 and 6.53 acres; and provide two 10,000 sq. ft., residential building envelopes, at Highway 1 (North Coast Planning Area), Harmony, San Luis Obispo County. (JB-SC)
b. Appeal No. A-3-PSB-06-1 (H M W Group, L T D, Pismo Beach) Appeal by Commissioners Kruer & Reilly from decision of City of Pismo Beach granting permit with conditions to H M W Group, L T D to demolish portion of existing Clam digger former motel site and construct 3-level, 67 room ocean front hotel with subterranean parking with concrete seawall, whirlpool, beach access, and related improvements. Variances granted for side yard setback at rear property (zoning is 5-ft., side yard setback) and rear yard setback (zoning is 10-ft rear yard setback), at 147 Stimson (downtown Core Planning Area), Pismo Beach, San Luis Obispo County. (MW-SC)
c. Appeal No. A-3-MCO-07-4 (Burke, Big Sur) Appeal by Commissioner Wan and Commissioner Caldwell from decision of Monterey County granting permit with conditions to Timothy & Dana Burke for lot line adjustment between three vacant contiguous legal lots of record, resulting in three reconfigured parcels remaining at existing sizes of 6.69, 7.58 and 39.92 acres, at Palo Colorado Road, south of Twin Peaks and west of Ventana Wilderness in the Los Padres National Forest, Big Sur, Monterey County. (KM-SC) [POSTPONED]
8. COASTAL PERMIT APPLICATIONS. See AGENDA CATEGORIES. Attention: Items appearing in this section of the agenda may be moved to the Consent Calendar for this area by the Executive Director when, prior to taking up the Consent Calendar, staff and the applicant are in agreement on the staff recommendation. If an item is moved to the Consent Calendar it will be processed in the same manner as other Consent Calendar items (See AGENDA CATEGORIES) except that if that item is subsequently removed from the Consent Calendar by a vote of three or more commissioners, the item will be acted upon at the meeting in the order in which it originally appears on this Meeting Notice and in the manner Coastal Permit Applications are processed. The purpose of this procedural change is to expedite the Commission's coastal development permit process.
a. Appeal No. A-3-SCO-06-6 (Willmott, Live Oak) Appeal by Commissioners Caldwell & Wan from decision of County of Santa Cruz granting permit with conditions to Graham & Pamela Willmott to demolish existing single-story home and construct new 2-story residence atop bluffs at Black's Point, at 100 Geoffroy Drive in unincorporated Live Oak area, Santa Cruz County. (SC-SC) [POSTPONED]
b. Appeal No. A-3-SCO-06-59 (Collins, Aptos) Appeal by Albert & Joel Schreck & Robert & Mitzie Forsland from decision of County of Santa Cruz granting permit with conditions to Michael & Deborah Collins to construct 3-story, 5,800 sq. ft., single family residence with 5-car garage, grade approximately 1250 cu. yds., at toe of coastal bluff, at 548 Beach Drive, Aptos, Santa Cruz County. (SC-SC)
c. Application No. 3-06-69 (California Department of Parks & Recreation, Monterey District) Application from California Department of Parks & Recreation to open Fort Ord Dunes State Park for initial public use consistent with the Fort Ord Dunes State Park General Plan which consists of pedestrian and vehicle access at the 8th Street overpass and site improvement details such as re-paving and striping of an existing parking lot; use of unsurfaced access service road as pedestrian beach access trail; creation of temporary observation area west of parking area; installation of entrance and directional gates and interpretive, directional, and regulatory signage; and fencing of known snowy plover nesting sites, at Fort Ord coastal zone, Monterey County. (KM-SC)
9. DEPUTY DIRECTOR'S REPORT. Report by Deputy Director on permit waivers, emergency permits, immaterial amendments & extensions, LCP matters not requiring public hearings, and on comments from the public. For specific information contact the Commission's San Francisco office at (415) 904-5260.
10. CONSENT CALENDAR (removed from Regular Calendar). See AGENDA CATEGORIES.
11. LOCAL COASTAL PROGRAMS (LCPs). See AGENDA CATEGORIES.
a. City of Half Moon Bay LCP Amendment No. HMB-MAJ-1-02 (Mobile Home Parks). Public hearing and action on request by the City of Half Moon Bay to amend its certified Local Coastal Program to 1) add "Mobile Home Park" as a new land use category and incorporate a new Chapter 18.17 to the Zoning Code to establish a new "Mobile Home Park District" and detailed regulations applicable to lands within the district and 2) revise the LUP and zoning maps to re-designate the existing Canada Cove Mobile Home Parks to the new Mobile Home Park category and district. (YZ-SF)
12. NEW APPEALS. See AGENDA CATEGORIES.
a. Appeal No. A-2-SMC-07-006 (Braun, San Mateo County). Appeal by Commissioners Sara Wan and Mike Reilly from a decision of County of San Mateo granting permit to Oscar Braun to construct a wireless antenna site on 70-acre parcel, located in unincorporated area east of Half Moon Bay. (RP-NCC). [POSTPONED]
CLOSED SESSION. At a convenient time during the meeting, the Commission (CCC) will have a closed session to discuss items of pending litigation, including:
CCC et al. v. Trancas Property Owners Assn. et. al. Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A).
Habitat for Hollywood Beach v. CCC (County of Ventura et al., RPI) Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A).
LT-WR LLC v. CCC et al. Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A).
Malibu Valley Farms et al. v. CCC et al. Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A).
McNamee v. CCC et al. Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A).
Roth v. CCC Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A).
Wettengel v. CCC et al. Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A).
Wilson v. CCC et al. Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A).
The Commission is authorized to discuss these matters in a closed session pursuant to Government Code Sections 11126(e)(2)(A) and (2)(C). In addition, the Commission may consider matters which fall under Government Code Section 11126(e)(2)(B) or (2)(C).
14. COMMISSIONERS' REPORTS.
15. CONSERVANCY REPORT.
16. SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS CONSERVANCY REPORT.
17. SANTA MONICA BAY RESTORATION COMMISSION REPORT.
18. DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL'S REPORT.
a. Public Education Interagency Agreement. Commission authorization to enter into an interagency agreement with the California Department of Boating and Waterways (DBW) to accept up to $106,000, for assistance with the Boating Clean and Green Campaign. The funds will support a staff person to coordinate the campaign, which is a partnership between the CCC and DBW. The Coastal Commission will provide office space and will jointly supervise the staff person. (CP-SF)
b. Public Education Program Joint Exercise of Powers Authority. Commission authorization to enter into Joint Exercise of Powers Authority (JEPA) with the California Department of Boating and Waterways and Contra Costa County for the Boating Clean and Green Campaign, and to accept up to $48,000 from Contra Costa County to fund overhead costs for a Coastal Commission staff person to coordinate the campaign. The JEPA would lay out the roles and responsibilities for a clean boating partnership between the three agencies. (CP-SF)