VIDEO. From the Midcoast Community Council (MCC) meeting on Wednesday, September 14th, 2022 at 7:00pm by Zoom.
San Mateo County Planning Commissioner, Lisa Ketcham’s 7/7/22 email to MCC:
During the Director’s Report at Planning Commission this morning, Steve answered my questions on County process for the Cypress Point CDP application, recently submitted.
- CEQA process: County is in process of selecting a firm to do an Initial Study and EIR.
- Lawsuit pending against CCC/County re certification of LCP amendment: County will proceed with processing CDP application unless the court orders them to stop.
- Hearings at PC & BoS: Normally the CDP decision by PC is final unless appealed. In this case adoption of a General Plan amendment by BoS is still required regarding the zoning changes in the LCP amendment.* * * * *The County is the lead agency for CEQA on this project so they hire the consultant, although the cost is billed to the Applicant. The Draft EIR will be posted for public review & written comment to Project Planner for a specific period of time. I would expect this to be about a month. Comments on correctness, completeness or adequacy of the document are submitted to the Lead Agency during the public review period. The final EIR will include responses to comments. When the project comes to the Planning Commission they will be asked to adopt the EIR as well as approve the CDP, Design Review, and grading permit.PUD-140 — This chapter of the County zoning regulations contains the new development standards for the parcel in significant detail. These are the standards that the project is expected to conform to in order to approve the CDP.Lisa
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From the Midcoast Community Council website.
This page is intended for the September 14 and 28, 2022 MCC meetings. See the Cypress Point planning page for full background. The San Mateo County Project page may also be helpful.
Supporting Documents from the July 2022 CDP Submittal
Chapter 10 Bio Sizing Calculations (Impervious Surface & Bioswale)
Chapter 12 CCAG Small Residential TDM Checklist (Traffic Demand Management)
Chapter 13 Updated Traffic Impact Analysis (and Mitigation)
ISSUES TO CONSIDER FOR THE JULY 2022 SUBMITTAL
This list is not in any priority order, it is a list (and not a complete list) of potential issues that might be mentioned in an MCC letter to the planner and Planning Commission
Fire safety (evacuation, firefighting water, etc.)
Local preference (work or live)
Parking (not enough, too much)
Hazardous substance testing and/or cleanup
Style, size, or number of buildings
Additional non-vehicle transit (bus, on-demand, car-pool), separate from mitigation
Safety (roadways, fire)
Midcoast ECO lawsuit on LCP density amendment
Construction impact (on traffic, neighbors, etc).
Adequacy of Biological, Geological, etc. reports
Loss of Open Space
MCC Agendas, Videos and Lots and Lots of Documents!
Thanks to exMCC’s Lisa Ketcham (now on the San Mateo County Planning Commission) for an incredibly well curated website archive on local planning issues.
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