Supervisors consider LCP update and wells, Tuesday


By on Thu, November 26, 2009

There are two important items on the Board of Supervisors agenda.

The Board will consider their position on the Coastal Commission’s recommended modifications to the Midcoast LCP Update AND they will also consider an interim urgency ordinance prohibiting new groundwater drinking wells in most of the Montara and Moss Beach area.  However, Seal Cove is not included in this area, as somehow it was not included in the Kleinfelter Report study area. Seal Cove is one of the most critically short water areas of the Midcoast.

The Big Wave developers will be at the BOS meeting on Tuesday, December 1. And they will also show up at the Coastal Commission hearing in San Francisco on December 10 when they consider taking action on the LCP Amendments. Some of the Coastal Commission staff recommended modifications to the LCP will affect Big Wave, so they will be arguing against them.

There are two very important meeting to attend - next Tuesday at 9:15 at the Board of Supervisors and Thursday, December 10 at the Coastal Commission meeting at City Hall, San Francisco. The San Mateo County item is 18.a., and will be heard sometime in the afternoon.

Board of Supervisors December 1 Agenda

Coastal Commission December Agenda

sabrina brennan