LJCPA Trustee Meeting 9/2/2021 Materials & Comments

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Call to Order

Committee Minutes

Projects & Action Items

Consent Agenda (unless pulled)

  • 604 Palomar Av (684897, Barroso) DPR 8/10: findings CAN be made, 5-0-1
  • La Jolla Half Marathon (Calame) T&T 8/18: APPROVED 9-0-0
  • Camino de la Costa Scenic Viewpoint (Wilson) T&T 8/18: APPROVED 8-0-1
  • Trance Boutique Sign (Sheredy) PDO 8/9: APPROVED 8-0-0

(postponed) 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

Nautilus Street Beautification (Wilson)

Proposal for Nautilus from LJ High School to Muirlands Drive

T&T 7/21: APPROVE, 6-0-0

(postponed) La Jolla Concours d’ Elegance (McFarlane)

Request for Temporary Street Closure and No Parking on Portions of Coast Blvd. Between Cave St. and Girard Av. for Annual Event April 20-24, 2022

  • Presentation: (forthcoming)

T&T 7/21: APPROVE, 6-0-0

Coast, Canyons, and Trails Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plan (Loya)

This data-driven plan from SANDAG and Caltrans will include recommended transportation improvements in the Coast, Canyons, and Trails Corridor that is centered around the SR-52 corridor and the freeway segment of SR 67, from La Jolla to Santee, El Cajon, and the County of San Diego. The two agencies are seeking public input that will inform the development of the draft plan.

Spaces as Places (Kane)

“Spaces as Places” is the City of San Diego’s proposed program to transition temporary outdoor spaces, which were allowed to replace indoor capacity in response to the COVID-19 pandemic which significantly restricted indoor operations, to permanent places that safely bring people together to dine, play and gather in public spaces. The Spaces as Places program includes a menu of options to allow for the creation of a variety of quality outdoor places for dining, walking, biking, public artwork, and other enjoyable public interaction for the post-pandemic world.

Blueprint SD (Kane)

Blueprint San Diego is a new approach to community planning that will help meet the City’s housing and climate goals, while providing greater and more inclusive opportunities for public input. This data-driven, citywide framework will allow San Diegans to shape how climate-friendly community development will occur in their neighborhoods. Blueprint San Diego will further the City’s Climate Action Plan goals by encouraging housing and new development where people can walk, bike, or take transit. This approach will provide an equitable framework for future development throughout the City that provides access to opportunity and housing for everyone.

Ad Hoc Monitoring Committee: Angeles Leira, Glen Rasumussen, Dave Ish, Jim Fitzgerald, Joe Terry, Larry Davidson

Meetings after 9/30/2021

Appeal concerning 1228 Park Row, project 619886 (Kane)

Ratify appeal of City decision.

Appeal concerning La Jolla Bluffs Emergency Closure, project 695848 (no action required)

Documents for the record; appeal voted at August Trustee meeting

1821 Torrey Pines Vacation (648590, Bisharat)

(Process 5) Public Right-of-Way Vacation and Coastal Development Permit to vacate a portion of Torrey Pines Road located at 1802 Amalfi Street, 1834 Amalfi Street, 1821 Torrey Pines Road & 7840 Sierra Mar Drive. The site is in the RS-1-5 Base Zone and Coastal (Appealable) Overlay Zone within the La Jolla Community Planning Area, and Council District 1.

(DPR Aug 2020) Updates & Comments

Original Submission(s)

Point La Jolla / Boomer Beach

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Submitted Comments

1 thought on “LJCPA Trustee Meeting 9/2/2021 Materials & Comments

  1. Tricia Riha

    Spaces and Places. I believe that you should do a traffic study of the Avenida De La Playa closure. This street is very important for delivery trucks and the daily trash trucks. We now have commercial vehicles using all the residential streets every day all day. Take a closer look at how these restaurants could get more seating without closing this very important street. The restaurants all have planting areas they could remove and put seating there. Closing Avenida De La Playa has greatly impacted the quality of life for residents in La Jolla Shores.

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