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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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Meeting Agenda
Day 2

Thursday, September 9, 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)
Motion and Vote
Energy, Ocean Resources & Federal Consistency
7. 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
 a. Informational Briefing on Offshore Wind.
  Briefing on the federal consistency review process for potential wind energy lease areas in federal waters offshore of California’s north and central coasts. (KH-SF) Submit Comment
  
North 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 Arcata office at (707) 826-8950. Submit Comment
9.Local Coastal Programs (LCPs)
 a. Mendocino County LCP Amendment No. LCP-1-MEN-20-0021-1 (Accessory Dwelling Units).
  ReportExhibitsCorrespondenceAppendix  
  Public hearing and action on request by Mendocino County to amend the County’s certified Land Use Plan and Implementation Program to regulate accessory dwelling units (ADUs) and junior accessory dwelling units (JADUs) in compliance with recent State legislation. (RSM-A) Submit Comment
 b. City of Trinidad LCP Amendment No. LCP-1-TRN-21-0039-1 (Emergency Shelters). Time Extension
  Report     
  Public hearing and action to extend time limit for Commission action up to one year on request by the City of Trinidad to amend the City’s Implementation Plan to (1) add a definition for “Emergency Shelter,” (2) expand the list of allowed principal uses in the Commercial zone to include emergency shelter, (3) expand the list of allowed conditional uses in the Planned Development zone to include emergency shelters, and (4) add off-street parking requirements for emergency shelters. (MBK-A) Submit Comment
 c. County of Humboldt LCP Amendment No. LCP-1-HUM-21-0030-1 (Samoa Peninsula Wastewater Project). Time Extension.
  Report     
  Public hearing and action to extend time limit for Commission action up to one year on request by the County of Humboldt to amend the County’s certified Humboldt Bay Area Plan Land Use Plan (LUP) and Implementation Plan (IP) to (1) allow for the extension of sewer services outside the urban limit line of Samoa to rural lands on the Samoa Peninsula (North Spit of Humboldt Bay) within the boundaries of the Peninsula Community Services District, and (2) rezone Residential Exurban (RX) lands in the Fairhaven area of the Samoa Peninsula from Residential Single-Family. No Further Subdivision Allowed (RS-X) to RS-X with a Qualified (Q) Combining Zone (RS-X-Q) where new development could only be approved subject to certain findings being made related to ESHA protection and flood risk reduction. (MBK-A) Submit Comment
10.Coastal Permit Applications
 a. Application No. 1-21-0074 (Caltrans, Fort Bragg)
  ReportExhibits    
  Application of California Department of Transportation to widen two-lane Highway1 bridge over Pudding Creek to add shoulder width and separated pedestrian walkways with relocation of utility lines and drainage improvements at Highway 1 crossing of Pudding Creek in City of Fort Bragg, Mendocino County. (AL-A) Submit Comment
Enforcement
11. Enforcement Report
 Report by Chief of Enforcement on Statewide Enforcement Program. (LAH-SF)
   
Items Th 11.1 and 11.2, below will share a combined staff report and hearing
   
11.1 Consent Cease and Desist Order No. CCC-21-CD-01 (Campland, LLC and Northeast MB, LLC, San Diego)
  ExhibitsAppendix    
  
Public hearing and Commission action on proposed administrative order directing and authorizing lessees of City-held lands in Mission Bay to: 1) remove unpermitted development located on leased City-owned lands, including signs and other obstructions that restrict access to beaches and public parking areas required by City lease to be made available to the public, 2) address civil liabilities, including by providing additional public access amenities on the property, and 3) cease and desist from undertaking additional unpermitted development at 2211 Pacific Beach Drive, City of San Diego (Campland on the Bay) and 2727 De Anza Road, City of San Diego (Mission Bay RV Resort) (RM-SF)
Motion and Vote
11.2 Consent Administrative Penalty No. CCC-21-AP-01 (Campland, LLC and Northeast MB, LLC, San Diego)
  ExhibitsAppendix    
  
Public hearing and Commission action on proposed imposition of administrative penalties, requiring the lessees of City-held lands in Mission Bay to pay penalties or fund in lieu projects for resolution of penalties for violations of the public access provisions of the Coastal Act at that site, which, if unpaid, could result in the recordation of a lien on the property at 2211 Pacific Beach Drive, City of San Diego (Campland on the Bay) and 2727 De Anza Road, City of San Diego (Mission Bay RV Resort). (RM-SF)
Motion and Vote
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 Comment
13.New Appeals
 a. Appeal No. A-2-MAR-21-0045 (BCLT Affordable Housing, Bolinas)
  ReportExhibitsCorrespondenceExparte  
  Appeal by H. Roland Crotts from Marin County decision granting permit with conditions for 8-unit affordable housing and mixed-use project at 31 Wharf Road in unincorporated downtown Bolinas, Marin County. (SP-SC) Submit Comment
 b. Appeal No. A-2-MAR-21-0048 (Groneman SFD, Muir Beach)
  ReportExhibits    
  
Appeal by Commissioners Escalante and Hart from Marin County decision granting permit with conditions for single-family home and related development on bluffs above Muir Beach at 183 Sunset Way in unincorporated Muir Beach, Marin County. (SP-SC) 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 Comment
15.Local Coastal Programs (LCPs)
 a. City of Morro Bay LCP Amendment No. LCP-3-MRB-20-0050-1 (Vacation Rentals).
  ReportExhibits    
  Concurrence with the Executive Director’s determination that the request by the City of Morro Bay to establish new LCP vacation rental provisions is de minimis. (EW-SC) Submit Comment
 b. Santa Cruz County LCP Amendment No. LCP-3-SCO-21-0050-1-Part A (Park Fees/Dedications).
  ReportExhibits    
  Concurrence with the Executive Director’s determination that the request by Santa Cruz County to modify LCP park impact fee and dedication provisions is minor. (RM-SC) Submit Comment
16.Coastal Permit Applications
 a. Application No. 3-18-1081 (Santa Cruz Wharf Maintenance, Santa Cruz)
  ReportExhibits    
  
Application by City of Santa Cruz to implement a five-year repair and maintenance program at the Santa Cruz Municipal Wharf, City of Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County. (AM-SC) Submit Comment
Motion and Vote 
 b. Application No. 3-20-0546 (Avila Pier Rehabilitation, Avila Beach)
  ReportExhibits    
  Application by Port San Luis Harbor District to rehabilitate Avila Pier, including replacing piles, decking, and other wood components, in the unincorporated Avila Beach area of San Luis Obispo County. (AM-SC) Submit Comment
17.Permit Applications
 a. Permit Amendment No. 3-15-0144-A5 (San Lorenzo River Culvert, Santa Cruz)
  Report
Exhibits    
  
Request by City of Santa Cruz to install culvert in lower San Lorenzo River with outlet on the beach adjacent to San Lorenzo Point to improve fishery habitat and prevent localized flooding caused by seasonal lagoon formation, City of Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County. (RM-SC) Submit Comment
Motion and Vote 

Future Meetings:
The next meetings of the Coastal Commission will be September 8-10, 2021, October 13-15, 2021.