Ocean Beach Planning Board Takes on Ebers Project and Newport Ave. Improvements

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in Culture, Environment, Ocean Beach, San Diego

Board Meets Tonight – Wed., Nov. 2nd

The OB Planning Board meets tonight, Wednesday, November 2nd, and on top of their action items is the controversial Ebers and Greene project (2269 Ebers Street). The Board plans to review the status of the project and take action if necessary. It is unknown to us whether city staff or the owner of the project will be present at the meeting.

The Board meets at 6 pm in the OB Rec Center, 4726 Santa Monica Avenue.

Also on the action agenda is the Newport Avenue “striping and street improvement recommendations”, during which the Board will discuss the results from a number of workshops, discussions and meetings on improvements to the main commercial drag in the village. The Board is then expected to “formulate recommendations” on the improvements to be taken to the city.

Informational only, the Board will hear from reps of the Catalina Boulevard Emergency Pipeline replacement team on what’s going on with the project, its construction dates and “potential impacts on the community.”

Additionally, the Board will take up the issue of establishing a “mobility subcommittee” to work with the Mainstreet Association regarding mobility and parking issues. (No paid public parking at the beach, please.)

Here’s the official agenda:

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