LJCPA 5/7/2020 Materials & Comments

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Action Items

11.1 O’Shea, 5911 La Jolla Mesa

LA JOLLA – (Process 3) Coastal Development Permit and Site Development Permit for an addition to an existing 4,135 SF one-story single-family residence over a basement at 5911 La Jolla Mesa Dr. The scope includes construction of a 1,175 SF master suite to the existing home, and a 907 SF accessory structure over a basement. The 0.77-acre site contains ESL, and is in the RS-1-2 Zone and the Coastal (Non-APP. 1) Overlay Zone within the La Jolla Community Plan Area, and Council District 1. DPR Action: Passes 4-2-2

11.2 Movable Tiny Homes

11.3 Slow Streets

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Submitted Comments

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  1. Michael Davidson

    Hello, thank you for providing this opportunity to provide comments. Regarding AGENDA 11.3 SLOW STREETS, I believe that La Jolla is in dire need of safer ways for people to stay active. It is not uncommon for many of our roads to be overcrowded with people who must navigate narrow sidewalks and frequently enter into the street to maintain effective physical distance. Furthermore, on many of these streets, vehicular traffic is unnecessary except for abutters and deliveries. Thus, people are forced to make the unnecessary compromise of how much do I enter cars’ pathways and how much do I distance from my neighbors.

    A number of streets in La Jolla could be closed to most vehicular traffic, allowing people to walk, run, and bike freely. Here are some suggestions (by no means definitive):
    1. Costa Verde Blvd between Nobel Drive and La Jolla Village Drive
    2. Paseo Del Ocaso between Calle De La Plata and El Paseo Grande
    3. Neptune Place between Fern Glen and Palomar Avenue (This is particularly problematic with much car traffic on weekends and early evening hours.)
    4. Chelsea Street between Crystal Drive and Camino De La Costa (This is heavily popular with joggers and slower bicyclists, while the winding street makes car approaches difficult to see.)
    5. Draper Avenue between Rosemont Street and Pearl Street (This street, which already has speed bumps, provides a natural, low-stress walk off the La Jolla Bike Path.)

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