DPR 12/13/22 Materials & Comments

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Below are the agenda for the meeting and links to documents applicants, their reps, speakers, and interested parties have submitted in connection with projects or other items.

Agenda

Projects & Items for Review

5268 La Jolla Blvd (1061390, Piermarini) FINAL

(Process 3) Coastal Development Permit for proposed first, second, and third floor additions to an existing residence. The property located at 5268 La Jolla Blvd. The 0.16-acre site is located in the RS-1-7 zone and the Coastal (Appealable) Overlay zone within the La Jolla Community Plan and Council District 1

6110 Camino De La Costa (1066101, Segal) FINAL

(Process 3) Coastal Development Permit and Site Development Permit to demolish an existing 2-story residence and construct a new 3-story 10,567-square-foot residence with decks located at 6110 Camino de la Costa. The 0.37-acre site is in the RS-1-5 Zone and Coastal Overlay (Appealable) Zone within the La Jolla Community Plan area. Council District 1.

7522 & 7554 Draper/7607 La Jolla Blvd “Bishop’s School Amendment” (698140, Williams) FINAL

(Process 5) CDP, SDP, PDP, and CUP Amendments, Alley Vacation for proposed Athletic Buildings, tennis courts, and Science Center at The Bishop’s School located at 7522 and 7554 Draper Ave. and 7607 La Jolla Blvd. The 11.30-acre site is located in La Jolla Planned District 5 and 6 zone, Coastal (Non-Appealable) Overlay zone, and Coastal Height Limit Overlay and Parking Impact (Coastal) Overlay Zones within the La Jolla Community Plan and Council District 1.

5575 La Jolla Blvd “Adelante Townhomes” (1073585, Wynn) PRELIMINARY

(Process 4) Coastal Development Permit and Tentative Map for the demolition of an existing office building, subdivision of one lot into 13 condominium units, and construction of one new two-story multi-family residential building with a basement level, covered parking, and roof decks totaling 21,485 square feet located at 5575 La Jolla Boulevard. The 0.30-acre site is in the La Jolla Planned District-4 Zone (LJPD-4) and Coastal Overlay Zone (Non-Appealable 2) within the La Jolla Community Plan area. This development is within the Coastal Overlay zone

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Submitted Comments

  1. Hello Diane, Many parties have contacted Commission staff about this property (6110 Camino de la Costa) , yet to date,…

  2. Bishop’s School Expansion Project – Batting Cage at 7552 /4/6 Draper Avenue, La Jolla We respectfully ask that the proposed…

  3. I just think this project looks great! I think it will be a fine addition to La Jolla and much…

2 thoughts on “DPR 12/13/22 Materials & Comments

  1. Mary & David Cutchin

    Bishop’s School Expansion Project – Batting Cage at 7552 /4/6 Draper Avenue, La Jolla

    We respectfully ask that the proposed batting cage be fully enclosed within a soundproof structure.

    The San Diego General Plan – Noise and Land Use Compatibility section states that its goal is to “Consider existing and future noise levels when making land use planning decisions to minimize people’s exposure to excessive noise.” Property has been zoned as Medium Residential.

    We would be annoyed and disturbed by noise emanating from the proposed batting cage site as we live at 7533 Draper Avenue and next door to the LJ Library where we attend events and lectures in the Community Room, which is directly across Draper Avenue from the proposed batting cage site. The Community Room doors open onto the front patio and street and are usually open during events.

    Unenclosed batting cage noise emanating from the site would be unusual, unnatural, at an intermittently high level, and near sleeping facilities.

    Brian Williams, Director of Facilities for the Bishop’s School, was unable to say how long the batting cage would be situated at grade on the site.

    Thank you for your attention to our request.

    Mary and David Cutchin
    7533 Draper Avenue

  2. Alex Leirandi, Coastal Commission Staff

    Hello Diane,

    Many parties have contacted Commission staff about this property (6110 Camino de la Costa) , yet to date, nobody has been able to inform staff about its actual historic status or if a historical resources survey has even been done to determine what historical resources, if any, exist on the property. Without such information, Commission staff cannot really comment on the project.

    What is important to note is that the property is in the City of San Diego’s coastal permitting jurisdiction, appealable to the Commission. Thus, while any final permit is appealable to us, the review and approval of the project lies with the City’s Development Services Department, not the Commission. The City’s Land Development Code and La Jolla Community Plan contains the laws and policies addressing potentially historic structures, and it will be up to the City to direct the applicant accordingly and request the necessary information from them (including surveys). Commission staff will be happy to confer with the City and answer questions that may arise should the appropriate information be furnished to us, but at this time, that has not happened. In the end, if any historical resources are identified, then project designs that properly balance the coastal hazard requirements of the Local Coastal Program with the historical resource requirements will have to be identified.

    Please let me know if you have any questions regarding the above. Thank you.

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