Coastal Development Permit Approved for South Bay Power Plant Demo

Contact: Marguerite Elicone (619) 686-6281 on .

powerplant102811aThe California Coastal Commission has unanimously approved a Coastal Development Permit for the demolition of the South Bay Power Plant, located at 990 Bay Boulevard in Chula Vista. The issuance of the Coastal Development Permit is a precursor to the City of Chula Vista issuing a demolition permit.

The Coastal Commission approved a motion to demolish the plant and its above-ground structures at its June 14 meeting, held in Huntington Beach, California. Commissioners included special conditions of approval, to reduce potential impacts to nearby sensitive habitats and coastal waters.

Public Survey to Help in Redesign of Port of San Diego's Public Website

Contact: Barbara Moreno (619) 686-6216 on .

The Port of San Diego is seeking feedback directly from its customers in order to provide the public with a more effective and efficient website.

A survey has been created to help the Port gather data from the public, customers and stakeholders, about its website and how the Port can enhance the information and online services it provides.

Port Seeks Public Help In Shaping Possible Development of Pond 20

Contact: John Gilmore (619) 686-6222, (619) 686-7206 on .

Pond20The Port of San Diego and its partners are asking for ideas for the possible future development and preservation of Pond 20, the 95 acres of undeveloped land on the shore of south San Diego Bay.

A meeting is scheduled for Monday, June 25, 2012, from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Dempsey Holder Safety Center, 950 Ocean Lane, Imperial Beach (Map), where the Port District staff is inviting interested parties to learn how to submit their project ideas.

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