MCC holding two special meetings Wednesday on Big Wave letter

Posted by on Tue, November 16, 2010

The Midcoast Community Council is holding two special meetings on Wednesday, Nov 17, to discuss the MCC’s draft letter to the planning commission.

The first meeting will be at noon at the Three-Zero Cafe at the Half Moon Bay Airport. The second will be at 5:15 in the El Granada Elementary School parking lot at 5:15.

The Planning Commission will meet at 6pm in the El Granada Elementary School multipurpose room to discuss the Big Wave Final Environmental Impact Report and the County planning staff recommendation.

Comment 1
Wed, November 17, 2010 7:49am
Kevin Barron
All my comments

Isn’t there more ‘productive’ and actual ‘actionable’ outcomes that the MCC can generate, other than spinning wheels to opine on Big Wave? Work on getting crosswalks for kids in Moss Beach, and so forth…

MCC is starting to resemble the SF Boards of Supes more and more via empty resolutions.


Comment 2
Wed, November 17, 2010 8:05am
Barry Parr
All my comments

Representing the community to the county on issues like Big Wave is what the MCC is chartered to do.  Several members of the MCC know as much about the project as anyone in San Mateo County, including the County’s planning staff, and certainly more than the members of the Planning Commission who will be voting tonight.

My concern is that the MCC is scrambling to get this letter out, when the FEIR was released a month ago.