SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS SUPPORTS SB 1090 IN 4-1 VOTE!
27. SUBJECT: SUPPORT FOR STATE LEGISLATION SB-1090: COASTAL EROSION INSTALLATION OF SHORELINE PROTECTIVE DEVICES (DISTRICTS: ALL) OVERVIEW
The California Coastal Act of 1976 provides for the planning and regulation of development within the coastal zone, as defined. The Act requires construction that alters natural shoreline processes to be permitted by the California Coastal Commission or a local government with an approved local coastal program when required to serve coastal-dependent uses or to protect existing structures or public beaches in danger from erosion and when designed to eliminate or mitigate adverse impacts on local shoreline sand supply. The act further provides that certain marine structures should be phased out or upgraded, where feasible. Todayʼs recommended action would direct the Chief Administrative Officer to draft a letter expressing this Board of Supervisorsʼ support for State Senate Bill 1090 to San Diego Countyʼs legislative representatives in Sacramento and will add to the Countyʼs Legislative Program support for legislation that promotes or expands erosion mitigation efforts, such as shoreline protective devices, designed to mitigate or protect against coastal erosion.
RECOMMENDATION(S) SUPERVISOR KRISTIN GASPAR
1. Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to draft a letter expressing this Board of Supervisorsʼ support for State Senate Bill 1090 to San Diego Countyʼs legislative representatives in Sacramento.
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2. Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to add to the Countyʼs Legislative Program support for legislation that promotes or expands erosion mitigation efforts, such as shoreline protective devices, designed to mitigate or protect against coastal erosion.
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