Monday, June 17, 2013

Planning Commission meeting, Monday June 17, 2013

Attend in person, 2212 Beach Boulevard, 2nd floor.  Or, view on local channel 26, also live internet feed,  The meeting begins at 7pm, or shortly there following.  City website,  and  Planning Commission archives.

View from 150 Olympian Way
Planning Commission Agenda, 6/17/13, pages 57. 

Commission reorganization
a.  Assignments of terms, drawing lots.
b.  Election of Chair and Vice Chair

Public Hearings (1) - Coastal development permit to construct a 2,100 square feet single-family residence in Pedro Point on an Olympian Way empty lot, (APN 023-039-060).   

Project summary background, page 3. "The subject property is a vacant lot within the Pedro Point neighborhood, near the northwest end of Olympian Way, on the southwest side of the street. The lot is steep, with an average cross slope of 35%-40%, and vegetated with several trees in various states of vigor.  Existing homes surround the property on three sides and separate it from the bluff.  Adjacent rearward land is an underdeveloped portion of the Shelter Cove property."  

Related -, APN 023-039-060, 0 Olympian Way was renumbered 150 Olympian way, 16 photographs.

Posted by Kathy Meeh


Anonymous said...

How did the PC meeting go? Who drew the short straws as far as terms?

nyuk nyuk said...

I believe that 5 of the 7 members selected by Council were lawyers.
Council stated that it was important that the Planning Commission represented a fair cross section of Pacifica's population.
So if I've done my math correctly that means that 27,142 lawyers live in our quaint enviro coastal town.
Who da thunk.

Anonymous said...

Evans, Vaterlaus and Brown are not lawyers. Cooper is a contractor who also picked up a JD along they way. The other 3 are practicing attorneys. Still, that's a lot of attorneys for one little commish in one little town.

Anonymous said...

Some of the non-appointees were attorneys too. It's not a conspiracy, but more a reflection of who applies.

Anonymous said...

Who applies effects who is selected which determines how the thing works. I don't expect much change in the way this commission works. Outside of the commission some streamlining of the admin process has occurred and that may provide real improvement if it limits what comes before the Planning Commission. Fingers crossed.