Saturday, May 16, 2015

Planning Commission meeting Monday, May 18, 2015

Attend in person, 2212 Beach Boulevard, 2nd floor.  Or, view on local television or live feed Pacificcoast.TV, (formerly  If you miss civic meetings, view on PCT 26 You Tube!  The planning commission meeting begins at 7 p.m., or shortly there following.  Planning Commission updates, archives are available on the City website/Planning Commission.  

Planning Commission Agenda, 5/18/15, pages 1-2, link also includes Item 1, pdf pages 43.
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Item 2 (b) Highway 1 Appeal to
Consistent with General Plan.

Public Hearings
Item 1.  PSD-791-15, UP-41-15, SP-150-15.  7-Eleven, Inc. redevelopment, 700 Hickey Boulevard (APN 009-540-030.  Demolish the existing 1,856 sq. ft. service station building and canopy to redevelop a new, updated 2,480 sq. ft 7-Eleven convenience store and service station canopy with alcohol (beer and wine) sales.  7-Eleven redevelopment pages 3-43, photographic rendering, pages 31, 39.

Item 2, (a).  Continuation from 5/4/15.  Resolution determining that the 2015-2020 Capital Improvements Program (CIP) is consistent with the General Plan. Capital Improvement Program, 2015-2020 (CIP), pdf pages 249.

Item 2 (b).  Highway 1 Appeal.  CPI Appeal: Highway 1 Alternatives (Peter Loeb and Stan Zeavin/Hal Bohner), part 1, pdf pages 279.  CPI Appeal, part 2, Exhibit 4, "Local Coastal Land Use Plan", 3/24/1980, pdf pages 127.

Item 3.  Section 2-2.118, annual reorganization of the Planning Commission: elect a Chair and Vice Chair.

Adjourn.   Update video:  Planning Commission meeting, 5/18/15, 3 hours, 31 minutes.

Note:  Photographic rendering by Caltrans, 1 of 2 intersections proposed to be widened, posted on    "Highway 1/Do you want a freeway in Pacifica?" See About. "Caltrans is a big, statewide agency that owns Highway 1 in Pacifica.  They are aggressively pursuing a plan to widen the Highway from 4 to 6 lanes beginning south of the Fassler intersection to north of the Reina del Mar intersection. ... Caltrans may own the Highway, but we live here. My name is Hal Bohner and I live in Pacifica.  I’m an attorney and have been active in environmental issues for a long time." 

Posted by Kathy Meeh

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