OB Planning Board: Coronado Demolition – Construction, Overnight Vehicle Habitation, and Ban Adults From Play Areas? Wed., April 3

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The Ocean Beach Planning Board has a full agenda for its monthly meeting, this Wednesday, April 3. Besides installing its new elected Board members, electing new executive officers, considering the appointment of 2 people to open vacant board seats, it has a project to review on the 4600 block of Coronado Avenue, it has 3 presentations and discussions on potentially controversial issues.

Those issues are the proposed Overnight Vehicle Habitation Ordinance, the “safe routes to OB Elementary School”, and a proposal to ban adults without children from play areas.

The Board meets at 6pm sharp at the OB Recreation Center, 4726 Santa Monica Ave.

Demolition and 2 New 2-Stories at 4645 Coronado

The only project on the Board’s agenda is a Coastal Development Permit for 4645 Coronado Avenue to demolish the existing structures and construct 2 new 2-story residences.

3D of 4645 Coronado .

This project came before the Project Review Committee on Feb. 20th (but we don’t know what their recommendation was).

New Board Members, Elections and Appointments

Those elected and re-elected during the March annual Board election will take their seats. They include newbies Bo Willsey (District 1) and Jenna Tatum (at-large).

The Board will also elect its executive committee for the year; both chair Andrea Schlageter and vice-chair Kevin Hastings are expected to run again and be re-elected. Under their leadership, there appears to be efforts to get more community involvement and to make the meetings more “audience-friendly”.

Both Anthony Ciulla and George McCalla have applied to be appointed to vacant seats.

As the OB Rag has noted and applauded in the most recent past, the board now has 6 women (out of 16 potential board members): Chair Andrea Schlageter, Jane Gawronski, Tracy Dezenzo, Lynn Felando, Virginia Wilson and Jenna Tatum.

Issue Presentations and Discussions

  • Dreams for Change; the Mayor’s proposed Overnight Vehicle Habitation Ordinance,
  • the “safe routes to OB Elementary School”
  • a proposal to ban unaccompanied adults from children’s play areas.

Here’s the official agenda:

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ZZ April 1, 2019 at 1:17 pm

I hope the city gets a revised overnight vehicle ordinance in place ASAP. I remember how bad the situation was with rows of campers parked on OB streets ten years ago.


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