California Coastal Commission
This has been
updated at 10:30 a.m.,
Wednesday, December 26, 2007.
3. FEDERAL CONSISTENCY REPORT. Report by the Division Supervisor on Negative Determinations issued by the federal consistency staff and status report on other major non-energy federal consistency matters. (MPD-SF)
4. FEDERAL CONSISTENCY. See AGENDA CATEGORIES.
a. CD-043-07 (Corps of Engineers, San Diego Co.) Consistency determination by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for vegetation and sediment management within the San Luis Rey River flood control project area, City of Oceanside, San Diego Co. (LJS-SF)
5. 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 Eureka office at (707) 445-7833.
a. Humboldt Bay Harbor District Dredge Disposal Briefing. Briefing on annual progress report of Humboldt Bay Harbor District on efforts to prepare for disposal of material from future maintenance dredging of Humboldt Bay marinas.
6. CONSENT CALENDAR (removed from Regular Calendar). See AGENDA CATEGORIES.
7. LOCAL COASTAL PROGRAMS (LCPs) AMENDMENT-MAJOR. See AGENDA CATEGORIES.
a. City of Eureka LCP Amendment No. EUR-MAJ-2-7 (C Street LCP Amendment). Public hearing and action on request by City of Eureka to amend the Local Coastal Program to (1) change the existing land use plan designation of Core-Coastal Dependent Industrial (C-CDI) to Core-Waterfront Commercial (C-WFC) for two parcels totaling about ¼ acre on Waterfront Drive at "C" Street and Commercial Street; (2) change the existing implementation plan/zoning designation of Commercial Waterfront (CW) to Coastal Dependent Industrial (MC) for various parcels totaling approximately 6 acres along Waterfront Drive, between "C" and Commercial Streets; and (3) amend Land Use Plan to allow incidental commercial uses in the Core-Coastal Dependent Industrial district (JB-E) [POSTPONED]
b. City of Fort Bragg LCP Amendment No. FTB-MAJ-1-6 (LCP Update). Public hearing and action on request by City of Fort Bragg for comprehensive update of its certified land use plan and implementation plan. (TST-E)
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. Application No. 1-07-13 (California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), Humboldt Co.) Application of Caltrans to replace northbound and southbound bridges crossing Mad River on U.S. Route 101 consisting of: 12 ft. lanes, 10 ft. outside shoulders, 5 ft. inside shoulders, and barrier rails. In addition, northbound structure to support 8 ft. multipurpose accessway for non-motorized traffic. Realign Central Avenue on- and off-ramps to connect to new structures, and reconstruct northbound Central Avenue off-ramp/Route 200 intersection. Existing bridges to support traffic until traffic is diverted onto the new structures, then be demolished. Seven culverts would be improved or replaced and relocate 1 home and utilities, at State Route 101 crossing of Mad River, between Arcata and McKinleyville, Humboldt County. (MF-E)
Future Meetings: The next meetings of the Coastal Commission will be February 6-8 in San Diego and March 5-7 in Monterey.
See future agenda items (these are items submitted to the Coastal Commission and could be scheduled on future meeting agendas).