MCC Agenda for Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at Seton at 7:00 p.m.

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 600 Marine Blvd Moss Beach CA 94038  See map

Highlights of the agenda for the MCC Regular Meeting next Wednesday, December 12, 2012 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Seton Medical Center Coastside, Marine Boulevard & Etheldore, Moss Beach.

Note earlier start time.

Directions: (Take Highway 1 to Marine Boulevard and follow hospital signs uphill)

MCC attendees must park in upper Events Parking lot (first left near top of hill) per hospital policy.

The Council will be discussing and may take action on the following Regular Agenda Items:

1. Special Order of Business (7:05)

Election of Council Officers for 2012-2013

4. Regular Agenda – The Council may take action on the following items:

 a. Montara Coastal Access & Views from County Rights-of-Way - (7:45) (45 minutes) As follow-up to 10/24 MCC presentation, Deputy County Manager Peggy Jensen will address issues of diminishing public coastal access and views from county streets and rights-of-way, focusing on the area from Montara State Beach south to 8th Street.

Desired Outcome: Learn the legal status of 4th & 5th St. rights-of-way, and fences blocking the ends of 7th and Seacliff. Explore remedies that might be pursued to improve coastal access and public views.

b. La Costanera Restaurant Hours of Operation and Montara Beach Parking. - (8:30) (30 minutes) Consideration of draft comments on restaurant application to modify their Use Permit to allow daytime hours. Original permit limits hours to 5pm to closing time in order provide public beach parking in the shared lots.

Desired Outcome: Approve MCC comments to County on proposed Use Permit amendment to extend restaurant hours, and modify shared parking agreement.


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