MCC Meetings                   

2nd & 4th Wednesdays, 7 PM, Granada Sanitary District,   504 Ave Alhambra, 3rd Floor, El Granada.   Email Agendas.   
Broadcast on Channel 27, the following Thurs 8PM & Fri 10AM.
See Archives for past meetings with video links.      

                                                                                           

Focus Topics 

June 3 Ballot Measure AA:
Regional Open Space Access, Preservation and Restoration Bond
MROSD Bond Measure website -- Endorsers
Interactive map of projects -- Presentation at MCC
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June 3 Ballot Measure G:
Granada Sanitary District Reorganization into a Community Services District in order to provide parks and recreation services. GSD webpage. MCC support.
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 Montara Coast - Public Access & Views
Online petition to Board of Supervisors -- Comments to date
Oct 2013 MCC presentation; Apr 2013 MCC letter to BoS
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Community Visioning Report Oct 2013 -
Culmination of the first phase of a collaborative, community planning process for the future of Princeton and the surrounding area.  
Phase 2, Background studies & existing conditions report will be available in April. 

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Big Wave Project is back with a North Parcel Alternative.

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Midcoast Water Pollution Reduction Program
What’s in the water and what we can do to help protect our watershed and the marine reserve – Newsletter 2013.

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Shoreline Erosion + Harbor Dredging

MCC 6/12/13 slide presentation & letter to Harbor Commission
MCC 9/10/13 letter to Harbor Commission on dredging plan.
Army Corps Surfers' Beach Erosion 11/8/13 public meeting: PresentationVideo

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Midcoast California Coastal Trail

 

November 2013 MCC Presentation & Letter to County Parks re CA Coastal Trail - Pillar Point to Montara Lighthouse

 

The Midcoast CCT Committee is the working group addressing this issue.  The specific objective is creating a Midcoast CA Coastal trail map as a concept plan to be reviewed by the public and appropriate agencies then presenting the plan to the Board of Supervisors for approval.  The picture to the right identifies the segment of the trail being addressed by this committee.  Related CCT segments are also identified.

 

Devil's Slide Coast
Several agencies have created a combined area referred to as the Devil's Slide Coast.  The Midcoast section of the CCT is a part of this area. 


 



Coastal Trail Information

Midcoast CCT-related links
Pillar Point to Mirada Surf - approved 2010
Pillar Point to Devil's Slide - 12 walks

Coastwalk 2009 MCC presentation on CCT
LCP Table 10.1 Assessment of Access Trails & Shoreline Destinations
LCP Table 10.1 Definitions
LCP Table 10.6 Recommendations for Shoreline Destinations
LCP Updates on Trails, August 2012
LCP Updates on CCT, August 2012

 

Background on California Coastal Trail

SB 908 (2001) dictating completion of the CCT

Synopsis and PDF link to Coastal Conservancy's full report on "Completing the California Coastal Trail" (2003)

California Coastal Trail information website

 

Related Documents

San Mateo County Regional Trail Plan

MCC: Midcoast Pedestrian and Bike Plan

San Mateo County Comprehensive Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan

 

Midcoast Road Standards
Overview Map & El Granada road standards
Clipper Ridge & Montara/MossBeach/Princeton/Miramar
County staff emails

1994 Midcoast Community Plan Amendment – road standards
1994 Ordinance 03606 – establishing policies related to road improvements in the County Midcoast area
1994 Resolution 58718 – approving amendments to LCP and General Plan to revise Midcoast road policies and standards