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Meeting Agenda
Day 1

Wednesday, June 09, 2021-- 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

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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. Note: You may address the Commission on a specific topic one time only each month. 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.Chair's Report
Statewide
6. Executive Director's Report
 a. Executive Director's Report
       
  Submit Comment
 b.Commission Correspondence
        
  Consideration and potential action on Commission correspondence. Submit Comment
 c. Legislative Report
       
  Status report and possible action on pending legislation. (JA/SC-SF) Submit Comment
 d. Filing Fees Increase
  ReportExhibits    
  Schedule of filing fees to be adjusted for inflation effective July 1, 2021 and other minor changes to the regulations. For informational purposes only; no Commission action necessary. (CW-SF) Submit Comment
 e. 2022 Schedule of Meeting Dates and Locations
  Report     
  
For discussion and possible action. (JA/VM-SF) Submit Comment
Motion and Vote
7. Consent Calendar          Motion and Vote
 a.Application No. 5-21-0044 (Wasson, Huntington Beach)
  ReportExhibits   
  Application of Ellis Wasson to replace and expand boat dock by removing 48’ x 8’ 6” boat dock float with new 48’ x 8’ 6” boat dock float and add new 66’ x 8’ expansion; two existing 14” square piles will remain in place and be re-used; two new 14” piles are proposed; the existing 18’ x 3’ gangway will be removed and replaced with new 18’ x 3’ gangway, at 3841 Seascape Drive, Huntington Beach, Orange County. (MV-LB) Submit Comment
  
8.
Consent Calendar (removed from Regular Calendar)
Motion and Vote
North Coast District
9. 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. Submit Comment
 Energy, Ocean Resources & Federal Consistency
  
10. 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. Submit Comments
11.Coastal Permit Applications
 a. Application No. 9-21-0258 (City of Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara Co.)
  ReportExhibits    
  Application by the City of Santa Barbara to repair components of a seawater intake structure used by City's desalination facility by grouting and installing rock aprons at two intake platforms located on the seafloor about 2,500’ offshore of the City's East Beach. (TL-SF) Submit Comment
North Central Coast District
12. 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 San Francisco office at (415) 904-5260. Submit Comments
13.Local Coastal Programs (LCPs)
 a. City of Pacifica LCP Amendment No. LCP-2-PAC-20-0027-1 (Accessory Dwelling Units)
  ReportExhibitsCorrespondenceExparte  
  Public hearing and action on request by City of Pacifica to amend its Implementation Plan to modify the City’s existing accessory dwelling unit provisions and enact a reasonable accommodation process. (JKN-SF) Submit Comment
 b. San Mateo County LCP Amendment No. LCP-2-SMC-21-0001-1 (Accessory Dwelling Units). Time Extension
  Report     
  Public hearing and action to extend time limit for Commission action up to one year on request by San Mateo County to amend the County’s certified Implementation Program (IP) to modify the County’s existing Accessory Dwelling Unit provisions. (SR-SF) Submit Comment
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 Santa Cruz office at (831) 427-4863. Submit Comments
15.Local Coastal Programs (LCPs)
 a. City of Santa Cruz LCP Amendment No. LCP-3-STC-20-0040-2-Part A (Parking Standards).
  ReportExhibits    
  Concurrence with the Executive Director’s determination that the request by City of Santa Cruz to amend the LCP’s Implementation Plan to reduce parking requirements for residential development, modernize commercial parking standards, provide a process for proposing alternative methods to address parking needs in commercial and residential projects, and clarify existing parking standards, is de minimis. (RM-SC). Submit Comment
 b. City of Santa Cruz LCP Amendment No. LCP-3-STC-20-0040-2-Part-C (Zoning Code Cleanup)
  ReportExhibits    
  Concurrence with the Executive Director’s determination that the request by City of Santa Cruz to modify various sections of the LCP’s Implementation Plan to provide internal consistency, improve clarity and other general updates, is minor. (RM-SC) Submit Comment
 c. City of Capitola LCP Amendment Number LCP-3-CAP-20-0082-2 (Land Use Map/IP Update). Certification Review
  ReportExhibits    
  Concurrence with the Executive Director’s determination that the action by City of Capitola accepting certification of LCP-3-CAP-20-0082-2 with modifications (related to land use/zoning and/or implementing regulations for Village Hotel site, Inn at Depot Hill, and Monarch Cove Inn) is legally adequate. (RG-SC) Submit Comment
South Coast District (Orange County)
16. Deputy Director's Report for Orange 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. Submit Comments
17.Local Coastal Programs (LCPs)
 a. City of Dana Point LCP Amendment No. LCP-5-DPT-20-0080-2 (General Cleanup and Floodplain Ordinance Updates) 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 the City of Dana Point to amend its Implementation Plan for general cleanup and Floodplain Ordinance Updates. (MV-LB) Submit Comment
18.New Appeals
 a. Appeal No. A-5-LGB-21-0029 (Radford Ventures, LLC, Laguna Beach)
  ReportExhibits    
  
Appeal by Mark and Sharon Fudge from City of Laguna Beach granting permit with variance to Radford Ventures, LLC for the construction of new elevator enclosure and accessibility ramp for existing rooftop deck at 400-424 South Coast Highway, Laguna Beach, Orange County (AS-LB) Submit Comment
Motion and Vote
 b. Appeal No. A-5-HNB-21-0031 (Signal Landmark, Huntington Beach)
  ReportExhibits    
  Appeal by Commissioners Hart and Brownsey and Adrian Morales of City of Huntington Beach’s decision granting permit with conditions to Signal Landmark for archaeological grading and monitoring activities at a 2.5-acre vacant site at 17202 Bolsa Chica Street (east side of Bolsa Chica St., south of Los Patos Ave) in Huntington Beach, Orange County. (MA-LB) Submit Comment
19.Coastal Permit Applications
 a. Application No. 5-20-0476 (Tanner Family Trust, San Clemente)
  ReportExhibits    
  
Application of the Tanner Family Trust to demolish 2,492 sq.ft., 2-story single family home and construct 3,625 sq.ft., 2-story, 25’ tall single family home and attached 430 sq.ft., 2-car garage, 938 sq.ft. total balcony deck area, 715 sq.ft. at grade concrete patio and 438 sq.ft. detached casita/ADU, pool, spa, koi pond, hardscape and landscape improvements, and removal of an unpermitted retaining wall and fence along the bluff edge on 13,680 sq.ft. coastal bluff lot, at 1904 Calle de los Alamos, San Clemente, Orange County. (LR-LB) Submit Comment
Motion and Vote
 b. Application No. 5-20-0493 (MC Investments, San Clemente)
  ReportExhibits    
  
Application of MC Investments to remove 1,292 sq.ft., 13’ high mobile home and place 1,807 sq.ft., 16’ high mobile home with loft, patio, and 25 sq.ft. storage shed on beachfront mobile home space, at 1880 El Camino Real, Unit 70, San Clemente, Orange County. (CP-LB) Submit Comment
Motion and Vote
 c. Application 5-20-0505 (Lindahl, San Clemente)
  ReportExhibits    
  Application of David and Rene Lindahl to remodel and expand 5,617 sq.ft., 2-story single family home, including 778 sq.ft. interior addition, reconfigure living space, update kitchen and bathrooms, 459 sq.ft. addition to garages, new office and new bedroom, new doors and windows throughout, modernize exterior stucco, new standing seam metal roof, new driveway and courtyard, expand rear concrete patio, remove sod and replace with artificial turf in rear yard, at 1812 Calle De Los Alamos, San Clemente, Orange County. (VL-LB) (Note: The Commission’s enforcement division has opened an investigation into potential Coastal Act violations associated with this item and site, as is explained further in the staff report.) Submit Comment
 d. Application No. 5-20-0630 (Vision Development, LLC, Sunset Beach)
  ReportExhibits    
  Application of Vision Development, LLC to construct new 3-story, 35’ high, mixed use building consisting of 4,720 sq.ft. restaurant and 1,716 sq.ft. townhome with twelve parking spaces for the restaurant and two parking spaces for the townhome on a vacant lot, at 16655 Pacific Coast Highway, Sunset Beach Community, Huntington Beach, Orange County. (FSY-LB) (NOTE: The Commission's enforcement division has opened an investigation into potential Coastal Act violations associated with this item and site, as is explained further in the staff report.) Submit Comment
 e. Application No. 5-20-0646 (Nerja Investments, Seal Beach)
  ReportExhibits    
  Application of Nerja Investments to construct detached, 2-story duplex with attached two-car garage for each unit, at 217 & 219 17th Street, Seal Beach, Orange County. (CP-LB) Submit Comment
20.Permit Amendments
 a. Permit No. 5-07-370-A2 (Orange County Parks, Newport Beach)
  ReportExhibitsCorrespondence   
  
Request by Orange County Parks to change use of dock associated with land facilities, install new signage, reconfigure surface parking spaces, install two safety gates, install ADA access to Bayside Beach, canoe storage, canoe storage closets, and kayak storage rack on Bayside Beach are proposed, Newport Beach, Orange County. (MR-LB) (Note: The Commission’s enforcement division has opened an investigation into potential Coastal Act violations associated with this item and site, as is explained further in the staff report.) Submit Comment
Motion and Vote
Amending Motion and Vote
 b. Permit No. 5-14-1604-A1 (Monarch Bay Club, Dana Point)
  ReportExhibits    
  Request by Monarch Bay Club to amend previously approved permit for Monarch Beach Management Plan, including to relocate beach sand to direct discharge from Salt Creek outflow to ocean and relocate wrack within limited area; modification to include extending program, at Monarch Beach, Dana Point, Orange County. (CS-LB) Submit Comment
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:
  Ballona Wetlands Land Trust v. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
  Friends of Oceano Dunes, Inc. v. CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
  HARP v. CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
  Hurst v. CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
  Linovitz, et al. v. CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
  MidCoast ECO v. CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
  Rhodes v. CCC (City of Pacifica, RPI), Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
  Sanson v. CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
  Schrager v. CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A) - See June 10 Item Th11b
  Smith v. CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
  Stanger v. CCC (2416 Frey LLC, et al. RPIs) , Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
  Stanger v. CCC (Paz et al., RPIs), Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
  Steinbruner v. CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
  Spotlight v. CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
  Spotlight v. Kinsey, et al., Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
  Wall v. CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
  Shear Development Company, LLC v. CCC
  Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)” after Shear Development Company, LLC v. CCC
 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).
Statewide
21.Approval of Minutes
22.Commissioners' Reports
23.Commission Sub-Committee Reports
24.Conservancy Report
25.Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy Report
26.Santa Monica Bay Restoration Report
27.Deputy Attorney General's Report

Future Meetings:
The next meetings of the Coastal Commission will be July 7-9, 2021, August 11-13, 2021 and September 8-10, 2021.