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As a result of the Covid-19 emergency, and the Governor’s Executive Orders N-29-20-and N-33-20, this Coastal Commission meeting will occur virtually through video and teleconference. The Coastal Commission is conducting the meeting virtually to avoid a public gathering and protect public health during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Day 3 - Friday, June 12, 2020 -- 9:00 a.m.
As a result of the Covid-19 emergency, and the Governor’s Executive Orders N-29-20-and N-33-20, this Coastal Commission meeting will occur virtually through video and teleconference. The Coastal Commission is conducting the meeting virtually to avoid a public gathering and protect public health during the COVID-19 pandemic.

(415) 904-5202
1. Call to Order and Roll Call
2. VIRTUAL MEETING PROCEDURES
3. Agenda Changes
4. General Public Comment
 Public comments that are not related to any of the items specifically listed on the agenda will be heard at approximately 9:00 am, for no more than one hour. At the discretion of the Chair, speakers may be given up to 2 minutes. Due to the transition to a virtual meeting platform, the Coastal Commission at this time will not allow for the ceding of time from one speaker to another speaker. Please submit a request to speak by 5:00 pm the day before the hearing to assist with meeting management sign up. We will stop taking speaker requests by 8:30 am on each day of the meeting. Please see the Coastal Commission’s Virtual Hearing Procedures memo for submitting a request to speak.
5. Consent Calendar      Motion and Vote
 a.Application No. 5-19-0592 (Wonderbird Properties California, LLC, Santa Monica)
  ReportExhibits  
  Application of Wonderbird Properties California, LLC to expand and remodel 3-story, 5,934 sq.ft. single-family home with basement, resulting in 3-story, 7,587 sq.ft. single-family home with basement with 290 cu.yd. of grading, at 1024 Palisades Beach Rd., Santa Monica, Los Angeles County. (CS-LB)
 b.Application No. 5-19-0996 (Doyle, Venice, Los Angeles)
  ReportExhibits  
  Application of Kelly Doyle for after-the-fact approval of conversion of 441 sq.ft. storage room into accessory dwelling unit within existing 5,899 sq.ft., 35-ft. tall duplex with 6 on-site parking spaces at 25 Lighthouse St., Venice, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County. (AY-LB)
 c.Application No. 5-19-1012 (MdR Beach Rental LLC, Venice, Los Angeles)
  ReportExhibits  
  Application of MdR Beach Rental LLC for after-the-fact approval of conversion of 441 sq.ft. storage room into accessory dwelling unit within existing 5,899 sq.ft., 35-ft. tall duplex with 6 on-site parking spaces at 29 Lighthouse St., Venice, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County. (AY-LB)
 d.Application No. 6-20-0189 (University of California San Diego Voigt Roundabout, San Diego)
  ReportExhibits  
  Application of UC San Diego to reconfigure 3 way stop to roundabout and construct associated hardscape, landscape, and lighting improvements, at Voigt Dr. and Lyman Lane, La Jolla, San Diego, San Diego County. (ML-SD)
6.
Consent Calendar (removed from Regular Calendar)
Ex Parte   Motion and Vote
San Diego Coast District
7. Deputy Director's Report for San Diego County
 
Report by Deputy Director on permit waivers, emergency permits, immaterial amendments & extensions, and on comments from the public relating to the Deputy Director's report. For specific information contact the Commission's San Diego office at (619) 767-2370.
Motion and Vote
8.Local Coastal Programs (LCPs)
 a. City of Encinitas LCP Amendment No. LCP-6-ENC-20-0018-1 (Street Trees)
  ReportExhibits  
  Public hearing and action on request by City of Encinitas to amend its Downtown Encinitas Specific Plan (part of the certified IP) to modify the planting palette and recommendations, design requirements and guidelines for street trees. (CH-SD)
 b. City of San Diego LCP Amendment No. LCP-6-SAN-20-0026-1 (12th Update Land Development Code) Time Extension
  Report   
  Public hearing and action to extend the 60-day time limit for Commission action for up to one year on request by City of San Diego to amend the certified Implementation Plan (IP) with the 12th Update to the Land Development Code, containing 39 changes in various categories: general zoning, cannabis regulation, development with a utilized development permit, special flood areas, and minor corrections. (AL-SD)
9.Coastal Permit Applications
 a. Application No. 6-20-0129 (San Diego County Regional Airport Authority Fuel Tanks, San Diego)
  ReportExhibitsCorrespondence 
  Application of San Diego County Regional Airport Authority to construct three 1,146,320 gallon, 58-ft. tall and 58-ft. wide fuel tanks on north side of San Diego International Airport, 3225 North Harbor Dr., San Diego, San Diego County. (ML-SD)
North Coast District
10. Deputy Director's Report
 
Report by Deputy Director on permit waivers, emergency permits, immaterial amendments & extensions, and on comments from the public relating to the Deputy Director's report. For specific information contact the Commission's Arcata office at (707) 826-8950.
Motion and Vote
11.Coastal Permit Applications
 a. Application No. 1-19-0278 (Gary & Plaza and Humboldt County)
  ReportExhibitsAppendix 
  Application of John Gary & Heather Plaza and Humboldt County to implement “Cochran Creek and Quail Slough Fish Passage and Habitat Enhancement Project” involving excavation and placement of fill and planting of riparian vegetation across 14 acres of existing degraded stream habitat and agricultural wetlands to improve habitats for fish and wildlife at 6821 Myrtle Ave., northeast of Eureka, Humboldt County. (MBK-A)
Energy, Ocean Resources & Federal Consistency
12. Energy, Ocean Resources & Federal Consistency
 Report by the Deputy Director on permit waivers, emergency permits, immaterial amendments & extensions, negative determinations, matters not requiring public hearings, and status report on offshore oil & gas exploration & development. For specific information contact the Commission’s Energy, Ocean Resources, and Federal Consistency Division office at (415) 904-5240. s
13.Coastal Permit Applications
 a. Application No. 9-09-0029 (Chevron, USA, Santa Barbara Co.)
  ReportExhibits  
  Application of Chevron, USA for follow-on permit to 2019 Emergency Permit for repair and replacement of two pier pilings at Casitas Pier, in Carpinteria, Santa Barbara County. (DG-SF)
 b. Application No. 9-19-1250 (City of Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara Co.)
  Application of City of Santa Barbara to relocate and/or replace existing infrastructure associated with the City desalination facility’s intake structure, consisting of a weir box, associated pipelines and fittings, and erosion protection, on East Beach in the City of Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara County. (TL-SF) 
South Central Coast District
14. Deputy Director's Report
 
Report by Deputy Director on permit waivers, emergency permits, immaterial amendments & extensions, and on comments from the public relating to the Deputy Director's report. For specific information contact the Commission's Ventura office at (805) 585-1800.
Motion and Vote
South Coast District (Los Angeles County)
15. Deputy Director's Report For Los Angeles County
 
Report by Deputy Director on permit waivers, emergency permits, immaterial amendments & extensions, and on comments from the public relating to the Deputy Director's report. For specific information contact the Commission's Long Beach office at (562) 590-5071. 
Motion and Vote
16.New Appeals
 a. Appeal No. A-5-LOB-20-0012 (Marina Pacific Homeowners Association, Long Beach)
  ReportExhibits  
  
Appeal by Charles Richey of City of Long Beach’s decision granting permit with conditions to Marina Pacific Homeowners Association for replacement of approx. 2,500 linear feet of security wall on north, south, and west property lines of Marina Pacifica Condominium Development; tree removal and replacement on private property may be required as part of fence replacement projects at 6201 E. 2nd St., Long Beach, Los Angeles County (CP-LB)
Motion and Vote
 b. Appeal No. A-5-MNB-20-0020 (Coral Courts, LLC, Manhattan Beach)
  ReportExhibits  
  Appeal by Commissioners Wilson and Escalante of City of Manhattan Beach decision granting permit with conditions for demolition of 2 structures resulting in loss of 3 residential units (triplex and single-family home) on 2 separate lots, and construction of 9,920 sq.ft., 2-story over basement single-family home with attached 845 sq.ft., 3-car garage, at 1312 and 1316 The Strand in Manhattan Beach, Los Angeles County. (MR-LB)
17.Coastal Permit Applications
 a. Application No. 5-19-0955 (Lesman, Hermosa Beach)
  ReportExhibits  
  
Application of Steven Lesman to demolish 2- story, 925 sq.ft. duplex and construct 2,849 sq.ft., 45-ft. high, 2-story (over basement), single-family home with attached 2-car garage at 3435 Hermosa Ave., Hermosa Beach, Los Angeles County. (AS-LB)
Motion and Vote
 b. Application No. 5-19-1015 & A-5-VEN-18-0049 (Mobile Park Investment, Venice, Los Angeles)
  ReportExhibitsCorrespondence 
  
Application of Mobile Park Investment to demolish 2-story, approx. 22-ft. high, 4-unit residential structure with 2 detached garages and construct 3-story, 30-ft. high, 4,632 sq.ft. single-family home with attached 2-car garage and 550 sq.ft. accessory dwelling unit at 2812-2818 Grand Canal, Venice, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County. (DZ-LB)
Ex Parte
Return to Item
Motion and Vote
18.Revised Findings
 a. Application No. 5-18-0872 (Sunshine Enterprises, Santa Monica)
  ReportExhibits  
  
Consideration of findings in support for Commission’s December 12, 2019 decision to approve permit request by Sunshine Enterprises LP, for after-the-fact approval of demolition of 2 separate lower-cost motels with 87 rooms, and construction of single 89,900 sq.ft., 45-ft. high, 164-room, hotel with high-cost overnight accommodations and 1,470 sq.ft. restaurant space at ground floor and subterranean parking garage. The approved permit included 860 sq.ft. hotel restaurant/bar and conversion of 3,306 sq.ft. vacant retail space into new 14-room micro-hotel with 562 sq.ft. public café and provision of 72 on-site moderate-cost rooms with rates no more than $150 per room per night in January 2009 dollars, to be adjusted according to the Consumer Price Index (CPI); and an overnight youth lodging program which will provide overnight stays, 12 nights per year, free to underserved youth groups of approximately 35-40 youths; and an in-lieu fee of $2,300,000, at 1515 Ocean Ave. Santa Monica, Los Angeles County. (AY-LB) (NOTE: The purpose of the hearing on revised findings is to consider whether the revised findings accurately reflect the Commission’s previous action, and not to reconsider the merits of the already approved project. Public testimony will be limited accordingly.)
Motion and Vote
   
Future Meetings:
The next meetings of the Coastal Commission will be July 8-10 and August 12-14.