Are You Concerned about New Dana Point Development at PCH and Del Obispo? Dana Point Planning Commission Meeting Tonight

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The Dana Point Planning Commission is having a public meeting tonight at the Dana Point Community Center at 6:00pm.
The Agenda can be linked to at Agenda

The Community Center is located at 34052 Del Obispo. The public is encouraged to attend.
There are two Development projects near or at PCH and Del Obispo that are on the table tonight.
They are both mixed use residential and business projects.
One is located at 34202 Del Obispo. This is the old Mobil Home Park. It is proposed to be a 168 Condo Development with Commercial space.

The most high profile item is a Costal Development Permit for Majestic Housing and Development LCC.
They are requesting a permit to construct a 30,000 sq. foot three story high rise in the area of Pacific Coast Highway and Del Prado.
The plan is for retail space on the ground floor with 111 residential Condo’s on all 3 levels. There will also be 2 levels of parking.
The plans for this development is online with the city of Dana Point.
Please link to majestic housing develoment to view their plans.

Dana Point Residents for Responsible Development have a Facebook Page up that expresses their disapproval with this plan.
This is from their site.

MAJESTIC SEEKS APPROVAL FOR TOWN CENTER PROJECT

•The Dana Point Community Development Department is recommending approval.

•Residents do not agree with the Department’s interpretation of the Town Center Plan used to justify the variances and other exceptions.

•The fourth story of residences should be eliminated for all phases because it is not allowed in the town Center Plan and requires an unlawful variance which will set a precedent for other developers to ask for if this is approved.

•The project ‘s computation of needed parking spaces is inadequate, creating a burden to nearby residential neighborhoods; location of in lieu spaces has not been determined.

•There needs to be additional architectural improvements

•Residents deserve to see the size of these buildings through staking.

•All decorative and unnecessary features above the 40 foot limit should be eliminated.

Please plan on attending and adding your voice to the MAJORITY of residents who are telling the City that this developer needs to come up with a better plan!”

For more information on Dana Point Residents for Responsible Development that do not approve of this plan please visit their Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/DanaPointResidents
I am having trouble linking from this site to their Facebook Site. Please just search for their site or type in the Facebook address. Thanks for your patience!