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California Coastal Commission

Meeting Agenda
Day 1

Wednesday, May 12, 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.

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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
    Report        
    Submit Comment
  b. Commission Correspondence
               
    Consideration and potential action on Commission correspondence. Submit Comment
  c. Legislative Report (JA/SC-SF)
    Report        
    Status report and possible action on pending legislation. (JA/SC-SF) Submit Comment
  d. California Coastal Trail
    Report          
    Presentation by Coastal Commission and Coastal Conservancy staff on the launch of the California Coastal Trail mapping project. (LL- SC) Submit Comment
     
7. Consent Calendar
8. Consent Calendar (removed from Regular Calendar)
South Coast District (Orange County)
9. 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
10. Local Coastal Programs (LCPs)
  a. City of Laguna Beach LCP Amendment No. LCP-5-LGB-19-0139-1(Parking)
    Report Exhibits      
    Concurrence with the Executive Director’s determination that the action by City of Laguna Beach accepting certification of LCP-5-LGB-19-0139-1 with modifications (modifying parking requirements including changes to in-lieu parking certificates, add new parking reduction incentive, etc.) is legally adequate. (MV-LB) Submit Comments
  b. City of Newport Beach LCP Amendment No. LCP-5-NPB-19-0016-1 (Balboa Village Parking Management Overlay District)
    Report Exhibits        
    Concurrence with the Executive Director’s determination that the action by the City of Newport Beach accepting certification of LCP-5-NPB-2019-0016-1 with modifications is legally adequate. (LR-LB) Submit Comments
11. New Appeals
  a. Appeal No. A-5-HNB -21-0022 (Haanh Holdings, LLC, Huntington Beach)
    Report Exhibits Addendum    
    Appeal by Isam Hanna from decision of City of Huntington Beach granting permit to Haanh Holdings, LLC for construction of three-story 12,713 sq. ft. mixed use building at overall height of 35’ including 766 sq.ft. ground floor retail coffee shop and three residential units on second and third floor; with nine on-site parking spaces, at 714 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, Orange County (MV-LB). Submit Comment
  b. Appeal No. A-5-LGB-21-0023 (Honarkar, Laguna Beach)
    Report Exhibits Correspondence  
    Appeal by Mark and Sharon Fudge from decision of City of Laguna Beach granting permit for: improvements to existing hotel (Hotel Laguna) at 425 South Coast Highway, Laguna Beach, Orange County. (AS-LB) Submit Comment
12. Coastal Permit Applications
  a. Application No. 5-20-0057 (YG III LLC, San Clemente)
    Report Exhibits      
    Application of YG III LLC to construct 4’ high retaining wall and backfill behind the wall to restore pre-existing grade within required15’ wide future vertical public access easement on eastern side of property developed with an unpermitted single family residence, remove existing obstructions within easement area, construct 72“ high iron fence on top of retaining wall, and install two 6’ wrought iron fences across easement on northern and southern end of property at 4125 Calle Isabella, 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
  b. Application No. 5-20-0428 (City of Newport Beach, Newport Beach)
    Report Exhibits      
    Application of City of Newport Beach for follow-up work to Emergency Permit G-5-19-0043 to remove portions of public walkway on waterside of property that were structurally unstable and replace walkway, handrail, and two piles located at 2806 Lafayette Avenue. In addition, project will remove and replace approximately 50’ of public walkway on waterside of adjacent property located at 2804 Lafayette Avenue. The existing piles supporting public walkway will be re-used and new handrails will be installed at top of proposed replacement walkway. Also, new 35 sq.ft. public pier supported by two piles, 30 ft. long x 3 ft. wide gangway and 40 ft. long x 9 ft. wide floating dock supported by two piles is proposed at end of 29th Street, Newport 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
  c. Application No. 5-20-0432 (Russell Family Trust, San Clemente)
    Report Exhibits      
    Application of Russell Family Trust to remove 1,545 sq.ft.,14’ high mobile home and place 2,447 sq.ft.,16’ high mobile home with loft, patio, and 53 sq.ft. storage shed on beachfront mobile home space at 1880 El Camino Real, Unit 54, San Clemente, Orange County. (CP-LB) Submit Comment
  d. Application No. 5-20-0525 (Zheng & Xuan, Sunset Beach)
    Report Exhibits      
    Application of Tony Zheng and Lan Xuan to demolish 1,690 sq.ft. duplex and construct 3-story, 35’ high, 2-unit condominium with attached garages at, 16776 15th St, Sunset Beach, Orange County. (VL-LB) Submit Comment
  e. Application No. 5-20-0542 (Alan and Kim Gibson, Seal Beach)
    Report Exhibits Addendum    
    Application of Alan and Kim Gibson to demolish one-story, 936 sq.ft., single family home and detached garage and construct new two-story, 2,122 sq.ft. single family home with 449 sq.ft. detached ADU and two-car garage at 204 4th Street, Seal Beach, Orange County. (CP-LB) Submit Comment
San Diego Coast District
13. Deputy Director's Report
  Director's report. For specific information contact the Commission's San Diego office at (619) 767-2370. Submit Comment
14. Local Coastal Programs (LCPs)
  a. City of Oceanside LCP Amendment No. LCP-6-OCN-20-0086-3 (Downtown Commercial Uses) 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 Oceanside to amend its Implementation Plan to update commercial uses in the Downtown District. (TR-SD) Submit Comment
  b. City of Oceanside LCP Amendment No. LCP-6-OCN-20-0087-3 (Time Extensions) 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 Oceanside to amend its Implementation Plan to streamline the issuance of time extension requests. (TR-SD) Submit Comment
  c. City of Oceanside LCP Amendment No. LCP-6-OCN-20-0088-3 (Climate Action Ordinances) 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 Oceanside to amend its Implementation Plan to revise Article 30 to include new regulations implementing the City’s Climate Action Plan. (TR-SD) Submit Comment
  d. City of San Diego LCP Amendment No. LCP-6-SAN-19-0161-3 (Mission Valley Rezone)
    Report Exhibits        
    Public hearing and action on request by the City of San Diego to amend the certified LCP Implementation Plan to rezone approx. 18 acres of Mission Valley community planning area within the coastal zone from Light Industrial to Open Space. (DD-SD) Submit Comment
  e. City of San Diego LCP Amendment No. LCP-6-SAN-21-0031-1 (2020 Code Update) 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 San Diego to amend the certified Land Development Code (IP) to clarify and update regulations. (AL-SD) Submit Comment
  f. City of San Diego LCP Amendment No. LCP-6-SAN-21-0032-1 (Kearny Mesa CPU Implementation) 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 San Diego to amend the certified Land Development Code (IP) to revise zones and incorporate the Kearny Mesa Community Plan Implementation Overlay Zone. (DL-SD) Submit Comment
  g. City of San Diego LCP Amendment No. LCP-6-SAN-21-0033-1 (Complete Communities, Housing Solutions and Mobility Choices) 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 San Diego to amend the certified Land Development Code (IP) to provide incentives to increase housing production and improve mobility. (DL-SD) Submit Comment
               
Please note: 15a and 15b share a single combined staff report and hearing
15. Coastal Permit Applications
  a. Application No. A-6-SAN-20-0029 (San Diego Municipal Waterways Maintenance Plan, San Diego)
    Report Exhibits Correspondence      
    Application of City of San Diego for programmatic permit with conditions to implement Municipal Waterways Maintenance Program, a city-wide program governing the annual repair and maintenance of city’s storm water infrastructure and implementation of mitigation for identified impacts arising from the activity located within the City of San Diego’s coastal zone permit jurisdiction, San Diego, San Diego County (AL-SD) Submit Comment
  b. Application No. 6-20-0356 (San Diego Municipal Waterways Maintenance Plan, San Diego)
    Report Exhibits Correspondence      
    Application of City of San Diego for programmatic permit with conditions to implement Municipal Waterways Maintenance Program, a city-wide program governing the annual repair and maintenance of city storm water infrastructure and implementation of mitigation for identified impacts arising from the activity located within the Coastal Commission’s coastal zone permit jurisdiction, San Diego, San Diego County. (AL-SD) Submit Comment
  c. Application No. 6-20-0053 (Northeast MB, LLC, San Diego)
    Report Exhibits Correspondence Exparte    
    Application of Northeast MB, LLC to expand existing Mission Bay RV Resort by demolishing approximately 150 vacant mobile home sites adjacent to the resort and convert them into recreational vehicle spaces with utility hookups, and repair internal roads, landscaping, and waterfront public pedestrian path, at 2727 De Anza Rd, Mission Bay Park, San Diego, San Diego County (AL-SD) (Note: the Commission’s enforcement division has opened an investigation into potential Coastal Act violations associated with this item and site, as explained further in the staff report) Submit Comment
16. Permit Amendments
  a. Permit No. 6-20-0231-A1 (Caltrans Cable Fencing, Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base)
    Report Exhibits Addendum      
    Request by California Department of Transportation to amend permit to construct post and wire cable fencing, to increase grading (3,177 cu.yds. cut and 3,400 cu.yds. fill) to remove aerially deposited lead; incorporate new drainage upgrades; and remove vegetation control mats and associated monitoring requirement, between Interstate 5 freeway and the railway at Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base, north of Oceanside, San Diego County. (TH-SD) Submit Comment
17. Revised Findings
  a. Application No. 6-19-1291 (DeSimone, Schrager, & Oene, Solana Beach)
    Report Exhibits        
    Consideration of findings for Commission’s September 10, 2020 action denying permit to construct 50’ long, 35’ high seawall including geogrid structure with landscaping at public beach and bluff located between 241 and 249 Pacific Ave., Solana Beach, San Diego County. (DD-SD) 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)
    Casa Blanca Beach Estates Owners’ Association v. County of Santa Barbara, et al., CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
    Cave Landing, LLC v. CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
    Ecologic Partners, Inc., et al. v. CCC, et al. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
    Friends of Oceano Dunes, Inc. v. CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
    Hansen v. CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
    Kinstler v. CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
    Lent v. CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
    North County Transit District v. CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
    Ralston v. County of San Mateo, et al. , Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
    San Mateo Farm Bureau v. CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
    Sanson v. CCC, Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
    Stanger v. CCC (Paz et al., RPIs) , Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
    Stanger v. CCC (2416 Frey LLC, et al.) , Govt. Code § 11126(e)(2)(A)
    Steinbruner v. CCC, 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).
Statewide
18. Approval of Minutes
19. Commissioners' Reports
20. Commission Sub-Committee Reports
21. Conservancy Report
22. Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy Report
23. Santa Monica Bay Restoration Report
24. Deputy Attorney General's Report
Meeting Agenda
Day 2

Thursday, May 13, 2021-- 9:00 a.m.
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. Consent Calendar
  a. Application No. 5-20-0652 (Triwest Development, Hermosa Beach)
    Report Exhibits        
    Application of Triwest Development to demolish one story, 996 sq.ft. single-family home, and construct three-story, 30’ high, 4,462 sq.ft. single-family home with attached two-car garage and one guest parking space at 231 26th Street, Hermosa Beach, Los Angeles County. (AS-LB) Submit Comment
6. Consent Calendar (removed from Regular Calendar)
Enforcement
7. Enforcement Report
  Report on Statewide Enforcement Program. (LAH-SF)
South Central Coast District
8. 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. Submit Comment
9. Local Coastal Programs (LCPs)
  a. County of Santa Barbara LCP Amendment No. LCP-4-STB-20-0049-2 (Agricultural Employee Dwelling Ordinance Update).
    Report Exhibits        
    Public hearing and action on request by County of Santa Barbara to amend its Implementation Plan to revise regulations related to agricultural employee dwellings. (DC-V) Submit Comment
  b. City of Malibu LCP Amendment No. LCP-4-MAL-19-0164-3 (Prohibit the Use of Pesticides)
    Report Exhibits    
    Public hearing and action on the City of Malibu’s request to amend the Land Use Plan (LUP) portion of its certified LCP with regard to a citywide prohibition on pesticides. (DV-V)Submit Comment
10. New Appeals
  a. Appeal No. A-4-SBC-21-0021 (City of Santa Barbara Public Works Department, Santa Barbara)
    Report Exhibits        
    Appeal by Anna Marie Gott of decision of City of Santa Barbara granting permit to City of Santa Barbara Public Works Department for three-year electric bike share pilot program with installation of bike docks and kiosks in the Waterfront neighborhoods, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara County. (MK-V) Submit Comment
11. Coastal Permit Applications
  a. Application No. 4-20-0616 (Caltrans, Ventura Co.)
    Report Exhibits      
    Application of Caltrans to construct two concrete secant walls with horizontal ground anchors and concrete guardrails: 1) 600’ long and 75’ deep at Postmile 4.0; 2) 200’ long and 75’ deep at Postmile 4.2; and install temporary hillside cable net mesh during construction; relocate utility poles inland; restripe day use beach parking lot to create six additional parking spaces; remove 13 parking spaces along shoulder of PCH; remove unpermitted “no parkings” signs along shoulder of PCH; install bicycle and pedestrian signage; pave northbound and southbound shoulder of PCH; permanent retention of K-rail and chain-link fencing temporarily authorized by County of Ventura; temporary retention of development authorized pursuant to Emergency Coastal Development Permit No. G-4-15-0035, Pacific Coast Highway, Ventura County (WH-V). (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
South Coast District (Los Angeles County)
12. 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. Submit Comment
13. Local Coastal Programs (LCPs)
  a. City of Redondo Beach LCP Amendment No. LCP-5-RDB-20-0017-1(Accessory Dwelling Units) Time Extension
    Report          
    Public hearing and action to extend the 90-day limit for Commission action for up to one year on request by the City of Redondo Beach to amend its certified Local Coastal Plan to regulate Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) in the Coastal Zone. (MR-LB) Submit Comment
14. Coastal Permit Applications
  a. Application 5-18-1259 (Los Angeles County Public Works, Long Beach)
    Report Exhibits        
    Application of Los Angeles County Public Works to remove above-ground stormwater discharge structure, including all timber piles and beams, three reinforced concrete pipelines and existing utility conduits attached to structure, to be replaced with buried discharge pipes and new smaller concrete outlet structure supported on driven piles within beach of Alamitos Bay; interior improvements, new roof proposed to associated pump station facility in Long Beach, Los Angeles County (MR-LB). Submit Comment
  b. Application 5-19-1212 (Santa Monica Beach Club, Santa Monica)
    Report Exhibits Exparte      
    Application of The Beach Club of Santa Monica to remodel existing Beach Club to include: 1) renovate kitchen, bar, and seating areas; 2) add employee service facilities, maintenance facilities, and basement-level storage facilities; 3) seismic retrofitting; 4) new mat-slab foundation for proposed remodel/addition areas; 5) demolish small storage sheds, remove shade structures, and vegetation; 6) modify fencing for two new proposed view corridors, to include 20’ southern view corridor and 49’ northern view corridor; and 7) after-the-fact permitting for unpermitted development at, 201 Palisades Beach Road, Santa Monica, Los Angeles County. (AS-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
  c. Application No. A-5-LOB-20-0006 (Panattoni Development Company, Inc., Long Beach)
    Report Exhibits        
    Application of Panattoni Development Company, Inc. to demolish 400 sq.ft. of concrete pipeline structures and asphalt paving and construct two, 35’ high industrial buildings (91,700 sq.ft. and 47,500 sq.ft.) with on-site parking spaces, landscaping, a lot line adjustment , and an offer to dedicate 1.81 acres of usable Open Space on western side of project area to Los Cerritos Wetlands Authority as native transitional habitat at 300 North Studebaker Rd., Long Beach, Los Angeles County. (CP-LB) Submit Comment
  d. Application No. 5-20-0248 (City of Santa Monica, Santa Monica)
    Report Exhibits        
    Application of City of Santa Monica to demolish Downtown Municipal Parking Structure #3 (337 public parking spaces), pave lot, and install chain link fence around property at 1318 & 1320 4th Street, Santa Monica, Los Angeles County. (VL-LB) Submit Comment
  e. Application No. 5-20-0485 (Lopez, Hermosa Beach)
    Report Exhibits Correspondence      
    Application of Johnny Lopez for: 1) Lot merger of two contiguous lots, each developed with single-family home; 2) demolish 3,180 sq.ft. single-family home at 2654 The Strand; and 3) construct addition to existing 7,002 sq.ft. single-family home at 2666 The Strand, resulting in 11,328 sq.ft. single-family home with 798 sq.ft. attached ADU at 2654 and 2666 The Strand, Hermosa Beach, Los Angeles County (AS-LB) Submit Comment
  f. Application No. 5-21-0047 (Bel Air Bay Club, Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles)
    Report Exhibits Correspondence      
    Application of Bel Air Bay Club for follow-up work to Emergency Coastal Development Permits authorizing the construction of a temporary sand berm (approximately 430’ long and 5,700 sq.ft.) between the upcoast and downcoast groins using on-site sand to protect against wave uprush and inundation of Club facilities during extreme high tide and/or swell events; and payment of funds to Boys and Girls Club of West San Gabriel Valley's Fast and Fun sailing program, at 16800 Pacific Coast Highway, Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County. (DN-SF) (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
  g. Application No. 5-19-0977 (Davies Launch Ramp, Long Beach)
    Report Exhibits Addendum      
    Application of City of Long Beach Department of Public Works to replace 16,960 sq.ft. boat launch ramp with new ramp of same size; demolish 680 sq.ft. restroom and construct 506 sq.ft. restroom; remove 4,320 sq.ft. timber dock system including 13 14” diameter piles and install same size concrete dock system with 12 24” piles 10’ seaward of existing location; implement eelgrass mitigation adjacent to project area; relocate the entrance gate; increase entry fee; upgrade boat wash station; install drainage and sewage pumpout stations; install fire suppression system; re-stripe and repave parking lot (add 5 parking spaces and include 8 spaces with EV charging capabilities); install fish cleaning station; upgrade signage and trash facilities; and repair rip rap at 6204 Marina Drive, Long Beach, Los Angeles County. (DZ-LB) Submit Comment
     
Meeting Agenda
Day 3

Friday, May 14, 2021-- 9:00 a.m.
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. Consent Calendar
6. Consent Calendar (removed from Regular Calendar)
North Coast District
7. 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
8. Local Coastal Programs (LCPs)
  a. City of Point Arena LCP Amendment No. LCP-1-PTA-20-0040-1 (Agricultural Designation Changes)
    Report Exhibits    
    Public hearing and action on request by City of Point Arena to amend both the City’s certified Land Use Plan (LUP) and Implementation Program (IP) to add farm stays as a conditional use in Agriculture Exclusive (AE) Land Use Designation and Zoning District, add regulations for farm stays to new section of the IP, expand allowances for animal husbandry on AE lands, and address existing discrepancies between the LUP and IP regarding conditional uses allowed on AE lands.(CK-A) Submit Comment
9. Coastal Permit Applications
  a. Application No. 1-19-0462 (McKinleyville Community Services District, Humboldt Co.)
    Report Exhibits Appendix      
    Application of McKinleyville Community Services District to implement “Mad River Floodplain Enhancement and Public Access Improvement Project” involving (1) restoration of off-channel aquatic and riparian habitats to benefit fish and wildlife; and (2) public access improvements, including nature study trail and viewing areas along the east bank of the Mad River, near intersection of Verwer Court and School Road in McKinleyville, Humboldt County. (CH-A) 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 Comment
Items 11b and 12a below share a single combined staff report
11. Coastal Permit Applications
  a. Application No. 9-20-0457 (Southern California Gas Co., Santa Barbara Co.)
    Report Exhibits        
    Application by the Southern California Gas Co. for the replacement of a support structure and abandonment and removal of section of natural gas pipeline adjacent to Goleta Slough in Santa Barbara County (CT-SF). Submit Comment
  b. Application No 1-21-0195 (California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, Humboldt Co.)
    Report Exhibits        
    Application of California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife to restore estuarine habitat, remove invasive vegetation from dune habitat, and improve public access and recreational amenities in the Ocean Ranch Unit of the Eel River Wildlife Area in Humboldt County (AB-SF). Submit Comment
12. Federal Consistency
  a. CD-0003-21 (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Humboldt Co.)
    Report Exhibits  
    Consistency Determination by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Restoration Center to restore estuarine habitat, remove invasive vegetation from dune habitat, and improve public access and recreational amenities in the Ocean Ranch Unit of the Eel River Wildlife Area in Humboldt County (AB-SF). Submit Comment
North Central Coast District
13. 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
14. Local Coastal Programs (LCPs)
  a. City of Pacifica LCP Amendment No. LCP-2-PAC-20-0027-1 (Accessory Dwelling Units). Time Extension
    Report          
    Public hearing and action to extend time limit for Commission action up to one year on request by City of Pacifica to amend the City's Implementation Plan (IP) to modify accessory dwelling unit provisions and to enact a reasonable accommodation process. (JKN-SF) Submit Comment
15. Coastal Permit Applications
  a. Application No. 2-20-0319 (Mirada Bridge, Miramar)
    Report Exhibits Correspondence      
    Application of the San Mateo County Department of Public Works to demolish concrete arch bridge accommodating the California Coastal Trail (closed for safety reasons) over Arroyo de en Medio Creek fronting on Half Moon Bay State Beach, and to replace with new pedestrian bridge supported by new vertical seawalls fronted by riprap at each abutment area (a total of 280 linear ft. of such armoring ) adjacent to Mirada Road, within both the City of Half Moon Bay and the unincorporated Miramar area of San Mateo County. (EM-SF) Submit Comment
Central Coast District
16. 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 Comment
17. Local Coastal Programs (LCPs)
  a. City of Santa Cruz LCP Amendment No. LCP-3-STC-20-0015-1-Part A (Accessory Dwelling Units).
    Report Exhibits        
    Public hearing and action on request by the City of Santa Cruz to amend LCP ADU regulations. (CB-SC) Submit Comment
  b. City of Santa Cruz LCP Amendment No. LCP-3-STC-20-0017-1-Part C (Small-Cell Wireless).
    Report Exhibits        
    Public hearing and action on request by the City of Santa Cruz to amend LCP wireless provisions affecting small-cell facilities in the public right-of-way. (CB-SC) Submit Comment
  c. City of Santa Cruz LCP Amendment No. LCP-3-STC-20-0040-2-Part-C (Zoning Code Cleanup).
    Concurrence with the Executive Director’s determination that the request by the City of Santa Cruz to modify several sections of the LCP’s Implementation Plan, to provide minor updates and to enhance internal consistency and clarity, is minor. (RM-SC) Submit Comment
  d. San Luis Obispo County LCP Amendment No. LCP-3-SLO-21-0023-1-Part B (Cannabis Ordinance Update).
    Report Exhibits        
    Concurrence with the Executive Director’s determination that the request by San Luis Obispo County to amend the LCP Implementation Plan’s existing cannabis ordinance is minor. (SC-SC) Submit Comment
  e. San Luis Obispo County LCP Amendment No. LCP-3-SLO-21-0026-1-Part E (Code Enforcement Proceedings)
    Report Exhibits        
    Concurrence with the Executive Director’s determination that the request by San Luis Obispo County to amend the LCP Implementation Plan’s procedures for code enforcement and violations is minor (SC-SC). Submit Comment
18. Coastal Permit Applications
  a. Application No. A-3-SLO-21-0019 (Bean Storage Facility, Los Osos).
    Application of Sandy Bean to establish temporary off-site construction and vehicle storage yard on undeveloped vacant property at the corner of Los Olivos Avenue and Fairchild Way in the unincorporated community of Los Osos in San Luis Obispo County. (MW-SC) Submit Comment
     
Future Meetings:
The next meetings of the Coastal Commission will be June 9-11, 2021, July 7-9, 2021 and August 11-13, 2021