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LCP Amendment

Initial Submittal

The LCP Amendment was submitted to the Coastal Commission South Coast office on August 21, 2018. The materials included in that submittal are available below:

Procedural

  1. Final Coastal LUP
  2. Final Coastal Land Use Map
  3. Certified Newspaper Noticies
  4. Hearing Notices
  5. Hearing Slips
  6. Mailing Lists
  7. Minutes
  8. Notice of Availability of Drafts
  9. Decision-maker Resolutions and Ordinances
  10. Staff Reports
  11. Presentations
  12. Written Comments

Consistency Analysis

  1. Evaluation of LCPA effect on LCP
  2. Conformity to CCA Chapter 6
  3. Cumulative Impacts Analysis
  4. Level and Pattern of Development
  5. Consistency with CCA §13511

Substantive Amendment Materials

  1. CEQA Documents
  2. Certified LCP
  3. Environmental Technical Documents
  4. Parking Information
  5. Unresolved Coastal Hazards Policy - Principal Structure Size
  6. Unresolved Coastal Hazards Policy - Existing major public roads
  7. Unresolved Coastal Hazards Policy - Slope Protection Devices
  8. Unresolved Water Quality Policy
  9. Creek Buffer Maps
  10. MEA and Safety Element Geology Maps Maps
  11. LUP Coastal Bluff Edge Line Map
  12. High Fire Hazard Area Map
  13. Unresolved Definition of Existing Structures

Coastal Commission Response

On September 5, 2018, the City received a letter from Coastal Commission staff informing the City that additional information is required for the Coastal Commission to deem the City's proposed LCP amendment complete. That letter is found below:

Resubmittal

On October 23, 2018, City staff submitted the following materials to augment the original submittal and satisfy the Coastal Commission staff request for additional information:

Exhibits

  1. Requested Additional Parking Information
  2. Requested Land Use Plan Amendment Information
  3. LCPA Adoption City Council Meeting Minutes

Coastal Commission Completeness Determination

On November 7, 2018, the City received a letter from Coastal Commission staff informing the City that the proposed LCP amendment is complete. That letter is found below:

Coastal Commission Time Extension

On December 14, 2018, the Coastal Commission approved a one year time extension to consider the City's LCP Amendment. The Coastal Commission staff report is found below:

Coastal Commission Certification

On May 9, 2019, the Coastal Commission certified the Draft Coastal LUP with suggested modifications. For more information on the May 9 hearing and the suggested modifications, click here.

City Council Acceptance of CCC's Suggested Modifications

On July 16, 2019, City Council adopted a resolution to accept the CCC's suggested modifications to the updated Coastal LUP. For more information on that hearing, click here.

Coastal Commission Final Certification

On August 9, 2019, the CCC considered the Executive Director's determination that the City Council's actions on the updated Coastal LUP were legally adequate and finalized certification of the updated Coastal LUP. For more information on that hearing, click here.

Filing with the Natural Resources Agency

On August 21, 2019, the Notice of Certification was filed with the Secretary of the California Natural Resources Agency, making the updated Coastal LUP effective.

Next Steps

All projects within the Coastal Zone (i.e., having an overlay zone designation SD-3) that require a coastal development permit must be consistent with the updated Coastal LUP, including projects that are in process and have not received a coastal development permit approval. The updated Coastal LUP does not include changes to the Zoning Ordinance and all projects in the Coastal Zone will continue to be regulated by Title 28 Coastal Zoning Ordinance.

For more information on the past hearing schedule, click here.

Last Updated: Aug 26, 2019
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