LJCPA Trustee Meeting 11/4/2021 Materials & Comments

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Call to Order

Committee Minutes

Projects & Action Items

Consent Agenda (unless pulled)

  • 5752 La Jolla Blvd (Cernobbio) PDO 10/11: CONFORMS, 7-0-0
  • Komen 3-Day (Parker) T&T 10/20: APPROVE, 9-0-0

Cuvier St Vacation (679621, Williams)

(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.

DPR 5/11/21: findings CAN be made, 5-0-2; T&T 5/19/21: APPROVE 10-0-0; PDO 4/12/21: APPROVE 10-0-0

Point La Jolla / Boomer Beach (Hoffman)

Request that the City revise ECDP # 2572053 to protect access to the historic path to Boomer Beach. The current outlines of the seasonal closure map will cause challenges with enforcement and safe access for beach user and lifeguards. The map of the Point La Jolla current seasonal closure encompasses all the bluff area above Boomer Beach, beyond what is currently designated by the k-rail boundary and including the entire bluff area above Boomer Beach.

ADU Regulations (Hueter)

Redistricting (Boyden)

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Submitted Comments

2 thoughts on “LJCPA Trustee Meeting 11/4/2021 Materials & Comments

  1. tony pauker

    I do agree that this can be mutually beneficial for Bishops and La Jolla Rec. They are both the most logical users/recipients of this land.

    However this whole thing being “negotiated” by LJCPA seems like a really bad idea. Ditto for Bishops volunteer advisor (even though they may be a good and qualified entity – though I do not know anything about them). For all its past challenges City of SD Real Estate Assets should be involved here. I suggest reaching out to Penny Maus ASAP – she is the new director. Following issues like 101 West Ash, Kearney Mesa bus yard, Sports Arena, etc. proper procedures should be followed – of which I am unsure how a street vacation falls. The most obvious is that an appraisal should be done and then Bishops should “pay” for their site by doing improvement work equal to the purchase price for their acquired property. Also I believe the process to identify a land buyer for a street vacation is very different from surplus property, but that should be evaluated by the city attorney relative to the State Lands Act.

    This is not to imply I am opposed to a Bishops/La Jolla Rec deal. However, the city as faced enough trouble from a private entity and a volunteer advising the city of a land sale, it would be advisable it does not happen on Cuvier. Bishops should pay a market price and the City and residents of San Diego should have the money expand La Jolla Rec for all to enjoy.

  2. Debbie Olson

    I am a member of the Pickleball recreational group of players that formed over the last year at the La Jolla Recreation Center and I encourage the board to vote in favor of the Cuvier Street Vacation Project. The game of Pickleball has grown in popularity in recent years and we’ve developed a wonderful group of committed players at the LJ Rec Center. We are currently playing with temporary nets on the basketball courts. Our group is growing in numbers every month and this project will create dedicated courts that will eliminate the necessity to share space with the basketball players. Please vote yes to proceed with this project! Thank you.

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