Local Coastal Program and Midcoast groundwater study at MCC, Weds

Letter

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Sat, September 4, 2010


At the next regularly scheduled meeting of the Midcoast Community Council on Wednesday, September 8, 2010 7:30 p.m. at Seton Medical Center Coastside, Steve Monowitz, Deputy Director, San Mateo County Planning and Building Department, will update the Midcoast community on both the Local Coastal Program Resubmittal and the newly released Midcoast Groundwater Study, Phase III. Presentation and discussion will cover:

  • 1: Lot Retirement
  • 2: Temporary Prohibition of Private Wells and Groundwater Issues
  • 3: Growth Limits
  • 4: "Grandfathering"
  • 5: Restriction of Public Works Capacities
  • 6: Public Service Priorities
  • 7: Re-zoning of Bypass Lands
  • New issues that have arisen since last update

Why should you Care? As residents of the Midcoast, the decisions being made here will affect your daily lives when it comes to things like water quality and quantity, traffic congestion, HWY 1 safety issues (remember the Tunnel will be opening soon) and the overall quality of life that we all enjoy in this seaside haven. We invite the public to come and listen, learn and voice your opinion. Please visit the MCC webpage for more information. Past LCP presentations, Midcoast LCP Update / Ground Water Study and more can be found on the MCC’s LCP update page. Directions to Wednesday’s meeting at Seton Medical Center Coastside, Marine Boulevard & Etheldore, Moss Beach: Take Highway 1 to Marine Boulevard and follow hospital signs uphill Please note: MCC attendees PLEASE park in upper parking lot per hospital policy.