MCC Meetings            

>>Nov 23 and Dec 28 meetings are canceled.<<
2nd & 4th Wednesdays, 7 PM, GCSD meeting room,
504 Ave Alhambra, Third Floor, El Granada.   Email Agendas.   
Broadcast on Channel 27, the following Thurs 8PM & Fri 10AM.
See Archives for past meetings with video links.

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Focus Topics 

Plan Half Moon Bay
HMB General Plan and Local Coastal Program Update are ongoing. Midcoast residents are encouraged to get involved. General Plan Advisory Committee (GPAC) meetings are open to the public.
Dec 15 GPAC meeting: Noise and Circulation

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 New Granada Fire Station
EIR public review and comment period is Dec 2 – Jan 19.  Public hearing is Wed, Jan 18, at 1191 Main St., HMB.

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Modern Roundabouts
--a safer choice than traffic signals
--promoted by CaltransFHWAAARP, and
Midcoast Hwy 1 Safety & Mobility Study
--MCC letters May 11 & April 13

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 Highway 1 Parallel Trail
East-of-highway active transportation trail to connect Midcoast communities to each other and to Half Moon Bay.
First segment for design/permitting is Mirada to Coronado.

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Affordable Housing 
Local non-profit MidPen will submit development plans to the County in early 2017 for the 11-acre north Moss Beach designated affordable housing site. Sept 6 news article

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Comprehensive Transportation Management Plan (CTMP) is being developed to address cumulative traffic impacts of Midcoast development on Highway 1 & 92. (webpage)

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Comprehensive planning update of Princeton area land use plans, development polices and zoning regulations.  Princeton page
Public outreach resumes early 2017.

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Subdivision Regulations Update
A comprehensive update is underway to align county subdivision regulations (dating back to 1992) with current state law and pertinent case law, and to make them more user friendly.  May 25 staff report & MCC presentation.  June 8 MCC comments

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Nov092012

FMR parking lot site meeting 11/14/12

Planning Commission 11/14/2012, 1:00 pm, Fitzgerald Marine Reserve (Corner of California Avenue and North Lake Street), Moss Beach

Agenda Item #10:  Field Study Session for a project involving an expansion, reconfiguration, and upgrade of an existing 39- space parking lot with amenities which serves the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve on a 32,306 sq. ft. parcel located in the unincorporated Moss Beach area of San Mateo County. AgendaStaff Report.  Postponed from 10/24 (see prior MCC post).

NOTE: If it is raining at 11:00 a.m. on the day of the meeting, the field trip will not occur, but the study session will be conducted with a slide presentation in the Board of Supervisors Chambers. Please call Angela Chavez, Project Planner, at 11:00 a.m. to confirm study session location. Her telephone number is: 650/599-7217.

UPDATE 11/15/12: At yesterday’s Planning Commission field study meeting at the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve parking lot, the Planning Commissioners heard from a gathering of over 20 residents who had serious reservations about the project at its core, noting that on most days the lot is mostly empty, the open space in the area is cherished and utilized as such, and what is really needed is more rangers at busy times to protect the natural resources at the reserve.