CPOA-SC and representatives from Pajaro Dunes are confirmed for a virtual conference call on Wednesday August 19, 2020 at 4 p.m. to review the proposed changes to the County LCP. CPOA’s proposed revisions incorporate changes necessary to clarify that the so called “one-time-only” rule is not a general development limitation, but instead applies only to the redevelopment or replacement of existing homes damaged or destroyed due to coastal processes (e.g., wave action, sea level rise/inundation, erosion) and to exceptions to the required geologic hazards setback where appropriate. These revisions also help clarify when shoreline armoring will be considered in calculating the required minimum setback. CPOA shared these proposed revisions with Supervisor Leopold and it appears they are consistent with the intent of his adopted motion. The changes are in addition to those requested by the CPOA in Derric Oliver’s letters to Kathy Molloy dated February 7, 2020 and March 6, 2020. Again, attached in another copy of the letter from Derric Oliver dated 4/17/20, with detailed changes CPOA has requested in the proposed LCP and Code Amendments.
CPOA-SC will have a virtual conference call with Kathy Molloy & David Carlson of Santa Cruz Planning Dept to discuss proposed changes in the LCD and Code Amendments on 8/19/20
by Stephen | Aug 12, 2020 | Pajaro Dunes, Santa Cruz County, Santa Cruz County: Opal Cliffs, Santa Cruz County: Pleasure Point / East Cliff Drive, Santa Cruz County: Pleasure Point Building Limits, Santa Cruz County: Rio del Mar / Aptos | 0 comments