LJCPA Trustee Meeting 2/3/2022 Materials & Comments

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Call to Order

Committee Minutes

Trustee Candidate Forum

Projects & Action Items

  • 5522 Beaumont (688686, Golba) DPR 1/18: findings CAN be made, 6-0-1
  • 5340 Calumet (679089, Freedman) DPR 1/18: findings CAN be made, 6-0-1
  • (pulled) 1851 Spindrift (693529, Duke) PRC 1/18: findings CANNOT be made, 5-1-1
  • Traffic Circle at Ivanhoe and Virginia Way (Martin) T&T 1/19: APPROVE 10-0-0

Streetscape Plan (696365, Steele)

The plan intends to create a pedestrian promenade along Prospect Street, improve crosswalk safety and corner pop-out areas on Girard Avenue, expand art offerings and enhance overall street experience in The Village.

PDO 11/8: CONFORMS 8-0-0, DPR 12/14: APPROVE in concept, 6-0-1, T&T 12/15: APPROVE, 6-1-0


CPG Reform

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Submitted Comments

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  1. Kathleen Neil

    I am writing regarding anticipated presentation of the La Jolla Village Streetscape Plan at the February 3, 2022 LJCPA meeting. Although I very much appreciate all of the work and the wonderful ideas in this project, I asked that this project be moved from the LJCPA Consent Agenda at the January 6, 2022 meeting due to my commitment to ensuring that a project of this magnitude be given as much exposure to the community as possible; by its nature, the Consent Agenda does not fulfill that need. I appreciate that Mr. Steele’s group has been very active in presenting at LJCPA subcommittees and in the local newspaper, the La Jolla Light. Nevertheless, I look forward to hearing it presented again in February, if possible.

    I have also had some members of the community come to me with concerns, and I also have a few of my own. I will list the questions here in the hope that Mr. Steele’s group may be able to address them when presenting to LJCPA. Thank you for taking the time to read this, and again, thank you for all of the work on this project.

    Questions: (1) Has the City of San Diego indicated that this project will be permitted under “Spaces as Places” or another approach? (2) For one of the later phases of this project, a “blub-out” of the curb at Silverado and Girard has been proposed, this area is impacted by two MTS bus routes #30 and #140, how will the narrowing of the vehicle travel path impact and has MTS been contacted? (3) For another of the later phases of this project, Girard would be affected by removing the two-way street section above “The Dip”, have property owners in that section been recently contacted? (4) considering all phases in total, the removal of parking spaces is fairly small – since each phase will be built separately, please detail removal of parking spaces by phase and how construction impacts on parking are being addressed.


    Kathleen Neil / kneil@att.net

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