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8:00 a.m.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2010

1.  CALL TO ORDER.

2.  ROLL CALL.

3.  GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT.  Public comments will be heard at 8 a.m. for no more than 30 minutes.  For attendees who are unable to attend the early comment period, there will be a second comment period prior to or after the lunch break.  Agenda items will begin or resume after public comment.

ENERGY, OCEAN RESOURCES and FEDERAL CONSISTENCY

4.  ENERGY, OCEAN RESOURCES and WATER QUALITY REPORT.� Report by the Deputy Director on permit waivers, emergency permits, immaterial amendments & extensions, matters not requiring public hearings, and status report on offshore oil & gas exploration & development.

5. CONDITION COMPLIANCE.

a.  Condition Compliance for Permit No. E-06-013 (Poseidon Resources (Channelside), LLC, Carlsbad) Review and possible approval of proposed mitigation site and preliminary restoration plan, as required by the Commission-approved Marine Life Mitigation Plan submitted by Poseidon Resources in compliance with Special Condition 8 of Permit No. E-06-013 for desalination facility at Carlsbad, San Diego County. (KH-SF)

 Motion and Vote
 
 Motion and Vote

6. FEDERAL CONSISTENCY.  See AGENDA CATEGORIES.

a.  CD-045-10 (Missile Defense Agency, Coronado) Consistency Determination by Dept. of Defense, Missile Defense Agency, for temporary installation (for 3 months) of SeaBased X-Band (SBX) Radar Vessel for inspection, maintenance and repair purposes, northeast side of the Naval Air Station North Island, Coronado, San Diego County. (MPD-SF)
 
 Motion and Vote
 
b.  CC-020-10 (San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG), San Diego Co.) Consistency certification by SANDAG for construction of Del Mar Bluffs Railroad Track Stabilization Project 3, San Diego County. (LJS-SF)

 Motion and Vote

SAN DIEGO COAST DISTRICT

7.  CONSENT CALENDAR (removed from Regular Calendar).  See AGENDA CATEGORIES.

 Motion and Vote

8. COASTAL PERMIT APPLICATIONS.� See AGENDA CATEGORIESAttention:� 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.

[ Items 8a and 8b below share a single, combined staff report.]

a. Appeal No. A-6-COR-08-98 (Hotel Del Partners LP, Coronado) Appeal by Commissioners Kruer and Wan and Concerned Citizens for Keeping the Hotel Del Beautiful from decision of Coronado granting permit with conditions to Hotel Del Partners LP to amend permit for Hotel Del Coronado Master Plan to relocate approved conference center and south beach guest rooms, relocate bus staging area from adjacent to R.H. Dana Place to Orange Avenue, add surface parking adjacent to entry garden and R.H. Dana Place; retain laundry facility; reposition southerly end of Paseo del Mar public easement to connect to public easement/walkway adjoining Coronado Shores development; complete improvements to Avenida del Sol and convert all 144 approved new hotel rooms to condo-hotels, at the Hotel del Coronado, 1500 Orange Avenue, Coronado, San Diego County. (DL-SD)

 
 Motion and  Vote
 
b. Appeal No. A-6-COR-08-99 (Hotel del Partners LP, Coronado) Appeal by Commissioners Kruer & Wan and Concerned Citizens For Keeping The Hotel del Beautiful from decision of Coronado granting permit with conditions to Hotel del Partners LP for 3 lot Tentative Subdivision Map to allow conversion of 144 approved new hotel rooms to condo-hotel ownership. These multiple room suites would have 144 rooms available for rent, subdivided as 85 limited term occupancy condominium hotel units and 30 resort/hotel managed commercial units (non-habitable management condominium units, e.g. lobby and maintenance closets), at the Hotel del Coronado, 1500 Orange Avenue, Coronado, San Diego County. (DL-SD)

 Motion and Vote

c.  Application No. 6-10-38 (T-Mobile, San Diego Co.) Application of T-Mobile to construct unmanned wireless telecom facility consisting of 55' monopine with 3 sectors of 4 antennas each, and one 2' microwave dish, including existing 10'x16' 8" slump block shelter on poured-in-place concrete slab, at northbound Interstate 5 rest stop, south of Las Pulgas Rd., Camp Pendelton, San Diego County. (TR-SD)

d.  Application No. 6-10-52 (San Diego Rose Creek Bikeway Improvements) Application of City of San Diego to construct 260 ft.-long 16 ft.-wide pedestrian and bicycle bridge to span Rose Creek and provide alternate route along existing Rose Creek Bikeway in Pacific Beach Area, at east end of Pacific Beach Drive, Mission Bay Park & Pacific Beach, San Diego, San Diego County. (MA-SD)

e. Application No. 6-10-41 (UCSD, San Diego) Application of University of California, San Diego (Scripps Institution of Oceanography) to construct 40,100-sq.ft., 3-story Marine Ecosystem Sensing, Observation, and Modeling (MESOM) research and education facility, including laboratories, office, conference and support space, on 2 existing parking lots along the west side of La Jolla Shores Drive at Biological Grade Road, Scripps Institution Of Oceanography campus, La Jolla, San Diego, San Diego County. (TR-SD)

f.  Appeal No. A-6-OMN-10-54 (Kravis & Magnotto, San Diego) Appeal by Timothy J. Carmel from decision of City of San Diego granting permit with conditions to Mark Kravis & Paul Magnotto to construct 8,928 sq.ft. car wash with convenience store, parking, grading and landscaping on a vacant 0.94-ac. site, at 1440 Palm Avenue, Otay Mesa-Nestor, San Diego, San Diego County. (DL-SD)
 
 Motion and  Vote
 
Continued from 10-13-10:

 STATEWIDE

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. Pacific Regional Director, Bureau of Indian Affairs Govt. Code � 11126(e)(2)(A). 
Citizens for a Better Eureka v. CCC Govt. Code � 11126(e)(2)(A). 
CUE VI, LLC v. CCC Govt. Code � 11126(e)(2)(A). 
City of Malibu v. CCC (Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy et al., RPI) Govt. Code � 11126(e)(2)(A).
Ramirez Canyon Preservation Fund v. CCC (Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy et al., RPI) Govt. Code � 11126(e)(2)(A).
Hagopian v. CCC et al. Govt. Code � 11126(e)(2)(A). 
Kretowicz v. CCC Govt. Code � 11126(e)(2)(A).
Norberg v. CCC et al. Govt. Code � 11126(e)(2)(A). 
Ojavan Investors v. CCC et al. Govt. Code � 11126(e)(2)(A). 
Porter v. County of Santa Cruz, CCC Govt. Code � 11126(e)(2)(A).
Revell v. CCC (Access for All, RPI) Govt. Code � 11126(e)(2)(A). 
Save the Park v. CCC (Colmer, RPI) Govt. Code � 11126(e)(2)(A). 
Sierra Club v. Dep’t of Parks & Recreation et al. (County of San Luis Obispo et al., RPI) Govt. Code � 11126(e)(2)(A). 
Strother et al. v. CCC (Alvarez et al. RPI) Govt. Code � 11126(e)(2)(A). 
CCC v. Allen 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). The Commission may also consider personnel matters which fall under Government Code Section 11126(a).

 Closed Session Report
20.  APPROVAL OF MINUTES.

21.  COMMISSIONERS' REPORTS.

22.  CONSERVANCY REPORT.

23.  SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS CONSERVANCY REPORT.

24.  DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL'S REPORT.

25.  EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT including report and possible Commission action on legislation and water quality.

a.  Interagency Agreement. �Public hearing and Commission authorization to enter into an Interagency Agreement with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) to accept up to $4,320,000 over a 5-year period for the equivalent of 5.5 Coastal Commission staff positions (PY) and other costs necessary to provide Coastal Act guidance and analysis of Caltrans’ plans and projects.� (TG/SH-SF)
 Motion and Vote
 
b.  Discussion of Proposition 26 and possible action by the Commission. (SC/PD-SF)
 
 Motion and  Vote

Future Meetings:� The next meetings of the Coastal Commission are November 17-19, 2010 in Los Angeles or Orange County and December 15-17, in San Francisco.