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Planning Commission Agenda, 2/6/17, pdf pages 188.
|Item 3. The equalization basin should greatly|
improve the flooding hazard in west Linda Mar.
Continued Public hearings
1. PSD-757-06, UP-965-06, SUB-211-06. Extend construction expiration dates for 9 condominiums, 1567 Beach Blvd (APN 016-011-190), page 3. Continue to 2/21/17.
2. CDP-375-16. Replace the existing pedestrian over-crossing between Francisco Blvd at San Jose Avenue and Eureka Square Center to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act's ramp slope requirements, CA Dept of Transportation District 4, (pages 4-73). Approve as conditioned.
3. UP-080-16, PSD-816-16. Construct a 2.1 million gallon capacity equalization (EQ) basin, a 10-ft. tall motor control center building, ventilation and odor-control system, and a cleaning system within the EQ basin, 540 Crespi Drive, City of Pacifica, (pages 74-185). Approve as conditioned.
4. Discuss the draft Planning Commission annual report to the City Council, (pages 186-188).
Reference, Item 3. City of Pacifica/Waste Water Collection, scroll to bottom of the page, complete information regarding the wet weather equalization basin project.
Reference. Acronyms. APN, Assessor's parcel number. CDP, Coastal Development permit. CZ, (Coastal Zone Combining) zoning districts. LDR, low density residential. PE, Parking Exception. PSD, Site Development permit. PV, Variance. S, Sign permit. SP, Specific Plan. SUB Subdivision. TA, text amendment. UP, Use permit. Zoning. California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). CA CEQA Guidelines, Article 19, Categorical Exemptions. Freestanding single-family residences set-back and parking, R1, Reference.com. S, City of Pacifica Sign ordinance. Note photograph of flooded Linda Mar Blvd (front of Linda Mar Shopping Center) by Steven Byrne/KQED from KQED News, 12/11/14, "Storm Scenes From Around the Bay Area."
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