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Grover Beach convention center delayed

After two decades of discussions and votes to allow the construction of an 11,000 square foot conference center and 150-room lodge in Grover Beach, two recent appeals have stalled the project. In April, the California Coastal Commission unanimously approved a... (Continue reading)

Pismo Beach councilman appointed to California Coastal Commission

Gov. Jerry Brown appointed Pismo Beach City Councilman Erik Howell to the California Coastal Commission, Brown announced Friday. Brown selected Howell from five applicants who reside in San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura counties. Applicants for the seat are... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay council approves boardwalk extension

The Morro Bay City Council approved a boardwalk and bicycle trail that would connect the Harbor Walk to the north end of the city. [Tribune] The council voted 4-1 last week, with Councilwoman Nancy Johnson dissenting, to issue a conditional... (Continue reading)

Mayor Debbie Peterson elected as Coastal Commission nominee

The San Luis Obispo County City Selection Committee elected Grover Beach Mayor Debbie Peterson on Jan. 3 as its nominee for an open seat on the California Coastal Commission. Less than two weeks after the Grover Beach Council removed Peterson... (Continue reading)

County rebuffs California Coastal Commission

By DANIEL BLACKBURN County planners have snubbed California Coastal Commission (CCC) investigators in an ongoing dispute over permit requirements for a controversial Morro Bay commune. Acting Planning Director Kami Griffin, responding to a formal complaint from the state agency, stated... (Continue reading)

State eyes Morro Bay commune for violations

By DANIEL BLACKBURN A destination for the downtrodden on the outskirts of Morro Bay has been circumventing a variety of building codes and environmental regulations for more than four decades, and now an official of the California Coastal Commission is... (Continue reading)

Coastal Commission approves emergency repairs to Cayucos Pier

The California Coastal Commission approved emergency repairs to the Cayucos Pier at its meeting Thursday in San Diego. [Tribune] The pier, which was built in 1872, has 14 missing pilings and several other damaged pilings, and it sags in several... (Continue reading)

Coastal Commission loses bid to fine property owners

A bill seeking to provide the California Coastal Commission the authority to issue fines for the first time in its 37-year history failed. The measure would have allowed the commission to fine people who block access to public beaches, destroy... (Continue reading)

News of offshore fracking upsets lawmakers

Two California senators have told the California Coastal Commission that the practice of offshore tracking, which only recently has come to light, is “cause for grave concern.” Offshore hydraulic fracturing — a method of extracting oil and natural gas —... (Continue reading)

Bill aims to give Coastal Commission teeth

A bill providing the Coastal Commission with authority to issue fines for the first time in its 37-year history is moving through the state legislature. The 1976 law that set up the commission permits the agency only tocollect money from... (Continue reading)



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