Tuesday, April 8, 2014

General Plan update, revisit with easy links

Fishing for answers

From the City of Pacifica website....  

General Plan Update -  March 2014
Draft General Plan Update as drafted by Dyett & Bhatia

Cover and Table of Contents
  1.  Introduction
  2.  Economic Sustainability
  3.  Community Design

  4.  Land Use  (Part 1Part 2)
  5.  Circulation
  6.  Open Space and Community Facilities   
  7.  Conservation
  8.  Safety
  9.  Noise
10.  Implementation

Glossary and List of Acronyms

Draft Environmental Impact Report
Cover and Table of Contents

Executive Summary
  1.      Introduction
  2.      Project Description

  3.1    Land Use

  3.2    Transportation
  3.3    Air Quality
  3.4    Energy and Greenhouse Gases
  3.5    Hydrology and Flooding
  3.6    Geology, Soils, and Seismic Risk
  3.7    Biological Resources
  3.8    Cultural Resources
  3.9    Visual Resources
  3.10  Noise
  3.11  Hazardous Materials and Fire Hazards
  3.12  Parks, Public Services and Facilities
  3.13  Utilities
  4.     Analysis of Alternatives
  5.     CEQA Required Conclusions
  6.     Bibliography
  7.     Persons and Organizations Consulted
  8.     Report Authors
  9.     Glossary
10.     List of Acronyms
Local Coastal Land Use Plan
Cover and Table of Contents
  1.  Introduction
  2.  Land Use and Development (Part 1, Part 2)
  3.  Public Access and Recreation
  4.  Environmental and Scenic Resources
  5.  Natural Hazards
  A.  California Coast Act Policies


Reference for DEIR comments - see the Pacifica General Plan Update 4/7/14, Lee Diaz, Associate Planner (article below).  Note photographs: slow fishing from Madison Park blogger, button from Dealer Elite.

Posted by Kathy Meeh


Anonymous said...

Under land use "1,204 acres remain vacant or undeveloped."

The biggest buildable tracts are the sides of Fassler, the quarry, across from the quarry & Milagra ridge.

Plenty of room for smart growth.

Anonymous said...

dream on

Anonymous said...

245 Did you read the rest of that section?

Anonymous said...

The hippies noobees and nimbys say 1203 acres are off limits due to too much traffic.

Anonymous said...

Talk of development? Must be Spring in Pacifica.