Friday, January 22, 2016

City Council meeting, Monday, January 25, 2016

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 city council meeting begins at 7 p.m., or shortly there following.  City council updates and archives are available on the City website.   

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Item 8.  Answer: It cost less than the
3 bedroom house your family needs.
Interactive City Council Agenda, 1/25/16.      Full City Council Agenda, 1/25/16, pdf pages 197. 

Closed session.  None.


Anonymous said...

Fresh off the presses, council will also be asked to confirm existing local emergency.

Kathy Meeh said...

645, a blog article article about the coastal erosion has now been posted. There was more damage today, including Beach Blvd sea wall, which took another hit.
The news reported an "existing local emergency" today, but NBC news 1/14/16 indicated that happened 1/8/16.

City Council may ratify the proclaimed "State of Local Emergency" at City Council, Monday, 1/25/16, but for some reason it doesn't seem to be on the Agenda yet.
Thanks for the "heads up". If the Agenda is revised, I'll add the declaration.

Kathy Meeh said...

645, then again, somebody didn't check her evening email. The City Council meeting has been amended, to include the proclamation, Item 6. And, is dated today's date.

Anonymous said...

Question: how long does a typical home permitting process take in Pacifica? (Assuming the said home plans confirm to specifications). Thinking of buying land and building our first home in Pacifica!

todd bray said...

To 9:45, the approval process and permit process are two separate things. Approval could take awhile if your plans conflict with local zoning. Once your project is approved you apply for permits as needed before and during construction, which could take a long time depending on your contractor. Before you buy raw land take an hour to visit the planning department and look up the zoning for your potential property. Don't be left holding a pig in a poke.

Anonymous said...


It doesn't really matter how long it would take. People like Todd Bray and John Keener will just appeal your approval.

Anonymous said...

9:45 said, "Assuming the said home plans confirm to specifications." If the home meets the zoning ordinance and building codes, it doesn't go to the Planning Commission and is approved administratively. There is no appeal. Good luck finding land to buy that's zoned residential. If there's an infill lot, you're good to go.

Tom Clifford said...

Take the parcel number for the property you are interested in to the planning department, they should be able to tell you what level of planning review you will need.