Protest the Project at Ebers and Greene – Rally & Speakers Saturday, October 15th – Noon

by on October 7, 2016 · 7 comments

in Culture, Environment, History, Ocean Beach, Organizing, San Diego

Protest the Project at Ebers and Greene

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe owner-developer of the project still under construction at the corner of Ebers and Greene was able to begin building without any review by the OB Community Planning Board or any review by the California Coastal Commission.   —- He did this by calling a full 2-story house as an “addition” to an already existing house – and the City’s Development Services Division allowed it.

Rally & Speakers

Saturday, October 15th – Noon
at corner of Ebers & Greene

Speakers will address the multiple code violations that this project at 22… Ebers has had, the multiple investigations by multiple City, County and State agencies, and other problems and issues with the site.

Join us at the corner and come hear neighbors and experienced local veterans of the planning wars with the City of San Diego and Bring Signs and Your Spirit

The OB Rag and neighbors of this project are organizing this event. For more info, contact us at obragblog@gmail.com

 

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Debbie October 7, 2016 at 5:59 pm

Take a poll….how many cops will be present?

Remember how many used to show up for the No Starbucks in OB rallies?

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nostalgic October 9, 2016 at 11:20 am

For more information from the city, go to OpenDSD:
https://www.sandiego.gov/development-services/opendsd

Enter 2269 Ebers as the address, and you will see five different building permits with Approval Numbers:
1654683
1604236
1539701
1598536
1635172
The details are not strong on the web site, but you can view what the city says and request to see the plans and Cycle Comments at DSD Records.

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triggerfinger October 10, 2016 at 5:39 pm

I’m pretty sure that unless you are the owner or an agent of the owner you’re not entitled to see the drawings.

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Geoff Page Geoff Page October 11, 2016 at 2:53 pm

No actually the plans are available for public review, you just can’t copy anything. All it takes is to set up an appointment with the project manager at the city.

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Geoff Page Geoff Page October 13, 2016 at 11:13 am

I need to make a correction here. The plans are available for viewing in Records downtown at 1222 First St. I thought the plans used to go to Records only after a project was completed, which makes sense. But, I’ve been told the plans go to Records once a permit is issued. If there is a change, the plans are pulled by plan reviewers and returned later. Doesn’t seem logical to me. I sent a request to see these plans to the PM and she told me they should be in Records but she checked. She was very helpful and it turned out the plans had been pulled for review by a structural reviewer and I would not be able to see them until she returned them to Records. I asked for, and she gave me, the structural engineer’s contact information who told me she returned them yesterday. I am planning on going down to Records tomorrow morning first thing once I verify today that Records has the plans back.

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nostalgic October 13, 2016 at 11:40 am

Thank you for doing this, Geoff. You are helping to provide a “Reference Manual for Citizens” who want to go through the same process for a different project.

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nostalgic October 11, 2016 at 6:19 am

You may not copy the plans, but it is my understanding they are available for review. A call to the city will tell you.

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