Watch or listen to the Coastal Commission meetings online

Letter

Posted by on Tue, December 8, 2009

This week, the California Coastal Commission will be meeting in San Francisco. On Thursday morning, they will take up San Mateo County’s proposed revisions to its Local Coastal Program.  If you can’t attend, you can follow the meeting online.  It is easy, just go to:

http://www.coastal.ca.gov/

To view and listen to the Coastal Commission meeting live on the web.  When in session, see the webcast itself or the webcast with the agenda alongside or just the audio.

Another link is at:

http://www.cal-span.org/State_Webcast/CCC/stream_index.htm

See video archives of previous meetings. Windows Media Player Version 9 (or higher) must be installed on your computer.


A Report to the Governor of the State of California in Responce to Executive Order S-13-2008
 
Strategy 4: Support Regional and Local Planning for Addressing Sea-Level Rise Impacts
 
Near-Term Actions:
 
e. Amend Local Coastal Plans and General Plans to Address Climate Change Adaptation: By 2011, or within one year after development of the tools or guidance necessary to support such amendments and if funding is secured, all coastal jurisdictions, in coordination with the Coastal Commission, should begin to develop amended LCPs that include climate change impacts; and local jurisdictions around San Francisco Bay should begin to update their general plans, in coordination with BCDC.

PDF file: http://www.energy.ca.gov/2009publications/CNRA-1000-2009-027/CNRA-1000-2009-027-F.PDF