DPR 5/11/21 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

 Cuvier St Vacation (679621, Williams) FINAL

(Process 5) Cuvier Street right-of-way vacation, CDP, and lot-line adjustment located south of Prospect Street, next to the La Jolla Recreational Center (615 Prospect) and The Bishop’s School. The site is located in the LJPD-6 and OP-1-1 Zones, and Coastal (Non-appealable-2) Overlay zone within the La Jolla Community Plan and Council District 1.

6309 Hartley Dr (675657, Ragan/Hayer) PRELIMINARY

(Process 2) Coastal Development Permit for a proposed detached 911-square-foot Acessory Dwelling Unit with covered patio for an existing single-family residence located 6309 Hartley Drive. The 0.9-acre site is in the RS-1-2 Zone and Coastal (Non-Appealable) Overlay Zone, within the La Jolla Community Plan area and CD 1.

6031/6051 Folsom Dr (684563, Temple/Crocker) PRELIMINARY

(Process 3) Coastal Development Permit and Site Development Permit to demolish an existing single family residence and consolidate two lots located at 6031and 6051 Folsom Drive for the construction of a new 2 story single family residence over a new below grade parking garage for a total of 8,409-sf. The 0.54-acre site contains ESL and is in the RS-1-7 zone. (Applicant note: the total floor area comprises 6,457 sq ft GFA plus 1,952 sq ft of basement.)

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Submitted Comments

  1. June 3 CPA Agenda Item 5.1: Sen. Atkins & discussion on SB 9 & 10 An argument in favor of…

  2. My question with respect to Cuvier Steet Vacation is the impact on Bishop’s School drop off and pick up of…

  3. As a La Jolla resident, I write to express my opposition to the placemaking. I preface my comments by saying…

1 thought on “DPR 5/11/21 Materials & Comments

  1. Dennis McConnell

    My question with respect to Cuvier Steet Vacation is the impact on Bishop’s School drop off and pick up of student traffic.

    Cuvier Street has been one of the Bishop’s School primary drop off and pick up locations for students. My concern is where they will move this activity. As a 35 year resident on Draper Avenue, I have had an ongoing dialogue with the school regarding dropping off and picking up students on Draper Avenue. The school has always been very understanding and respectful managing traffic.

    I represent several homeowners on Draper Avenue. We would like assurances that vacating Cuvier Street will not impact the traffic on Draper Avenue, specifically with student pickup and drop off.

    We are sensitive to this because of past experiences with parents blocking traffic, double parking and in some cases parking in or blocking driveways on Draper Avenue while dropping off and picking up students. Case in point, on more than one occasion a parent either parked in my driveway or blocked my driveway waiting for a student.

    We as residents of Draper Avenue would like to have a guaranteed commitment that the vacation of Cuvier Street will not have a negative impact on the residential traffic on Draper Avenue.

    Thank you very much for your consideration in this matter.

    Best regards,

    Dennis McConnell

    858/ 344-5930

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