The California Coastal Commission November 2022 Meeting is Hybrid During the COVID-19 Pandemic.
The meeting is in person in Salinas California and online in November 2022.
California Coastal Commission Meeting is Wednesday November 16 2022 thru Friday November 18 2022.
The Public is Encouraged to participate.
This Coastal Commission meeting will be conducted in a hybrid format, with public participation possible both virtually through video and teleconference, and in person.
The Commission strongly encourages continued participation virtually through video and teleconferencing due to changing Covid-19
Meeting Starts at 9:00am.
You can watch the California Coastal Commission Meetings Live and archived at Cal Span
Wednesday November 16 2022 Features
Executive Director’s Report
Statewide Enforcement Report
LCP Grant Program
Newport Beach: Lido Peninsula Company, LLC Renovation to replace southern portion of Anchorage Way Marina
South Coast District (Orange County) Deputy Director’s Report
Dana Point Short Term Rentals
Dana Point: OC Parks and California Department of Parks and Recreation Coastal Trail
to implement a nature-based adaptation pilot project involving construction of temporary approximately 1,150 linear-ft. buried cobble berm (20 ft. high, 125 ft. wide) with vegetated sand dunes (5 ft. high, 80 ft. wide) seaward of coastal trail at southeast end of Doheny Beach and northwest end of Capistrano Beach County Park; approximately 26,800 cu. yds. of cut, 36,700 cu. yds. of cobble fill, 76,600 cu. yds. of berm sand fill, and 29,800 cu. yds. of dune sand fill (final amounts dependent on composition of cut materials); temporary retention of temporary shoreline protection seaward of County parking lot and bike path; and monitoring and maintenance of site conditions for a period of five years following construction to inform County’s longer term sea level rise adaptation plan.
(Note: The Commission’s enforcement division has opened an investigation into potential Coastal Act violations associated with this item and site, as explained further in the staff report)
Huntington Beach: Sunset Beach Sanitary District to implement the Broadway Pump Station Bypass Sewer Project
consisting of abandon in place pump station, and one related sewer pipeline, and construct new, below grade, 15-in. pvc gravity bypass pipeline, in Sunset Beach Green Belt and North Pacific Avenue, between Warner Ave. & Broadway
San Diego Coast District Deputy Director’s Report
Meetings thru Zoom Conference and Telephone
Applicants and the public will be able to listen to and watch the meeting and comment by Zoom conference or by telephone.
Provide Comments via Zoom Conference or Phone
Provide a real-time comment via computer/tablet/phone
Listen and/or provide an audio comment by cell phone or land line
If you don’t have internet access, or you prefer to participate by phone, or you just want to listen to the meeting via your cell phone or a land line, call Commission staff at this number:
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
In the body of the email, please provide:
Your email address
Who you represent (i.e., self, another person, an organization)
The number and name of the agenda item you wish to speak on
(e.g., Item W14b, Smith)
Whether you are speaking for or against the proposed item
Whether you intend to provide a PowerPoint or video
Commission staff will send a return email to you with a link to join the Zoom meeting.
It is strongly encouraged anyone wishing to listen or speak by phone to call to request to speak by 5:00pm the day before the hearing item to assist with meeting management and limit the potential for human error.
Your voice can be heard at the California Coastal Commission Meeting.
If you have any concerns about California Beach issues you may address the Commission.
You can read the items now and submit online public comments to SouthCoast@coastal.ca.gov.
California Coastal Commission Mission
The mission of the California Coastal Commission is to protect, conserve, restore, and enhance environmental and human-based resources of the California coast and ocean for environmentally sustainable and prudent use by current and future generations.
The Commission holds monthly public meetings of three to five days in length in different locations throughout the state.
The Commission meetings provide an opportunity for the Coastal Commissioners to take public testimony and to make permit, planning, and other policy decisions.
Prior to each meeting, Commission staff collects and analyzes information pertinent to meeting agenda items and prepares written staff reports with recommendations for Commission action.
These staff reports are available for public review, by contacting the appropriate Commission office. Some
elected staff reports are also available electronically by means of a link from the Commission’s
For more information please visit California Coastal Commission.
You can watch the California Coastal Commission Meetings at Cal Span
* Any announcements regarding Commission actions will be made in public after the conclusion of the closed session.
Any announcements will also be posted on the Commission’s online agenda.
November 16 2022 thru November 18 2022: Monterey County Board of Supervisors Chambers located at 168 West Alisal Street, 1st Floor
December 14 2022 thru December 16 2022: Long Beach City Hall Council Chambers located at 411 West Ocean Blvd in Long Beach