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600 City of San Diego
PUBLISHED: Friday February 28, 2003


THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO
DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
DEPARTMENT
Date Of Notice: February 28, 2003
PUBLIC NOTICE OF A
PROPOSED MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION
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A draft Mitigated Negative Declaration has been prepared by the City of San Diego Land Development Review Division for the project listed below. Written comments regarding the adequacy of this draft Mitigated Negative Declaration must be received by the Land Development Review Division at the address below by March 29, 2003. This notice was/will be published in the SAN DIEGO DAILY TRANSCRIPT and distributed on February 28, 2003.
Project No. 1154
SUBJECT: Upper Hillside Drive. COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT / SITE DEVELOPMENT PERMIT and LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT for the demolition of an existing two-story single-family residence and caretaker's residence; construction of a new two-story 21,847- square-foot single-family residence with basement, cabana and swimming pool, and two detached garages on a proposed lot line adjusted 7.48-acre lot; and creation of a 0.68-acre lot. The proposed single-family residence site and adjacent lot, which are proposed to be adjusted in area through a lot line adjustment, are located at 7243 Encelia Drive and 1720 Upper Hillside Drive, between Encelia Drive and Caminito Bassano West, in the La Jolla Community Planning Area (Parcel 1 of Parcel Map No. 12470; and Parcel 2 of a portion of Pueblo Lot 1246). Applicant: oslund.and.assoc
COMMUNITY PLAN AREA: La JollaCOUNCIL DISTRICT: 1 (Peters)
This recommended finding that the project will not have a significant effect on the environment is based on an Environmental Initial Study conducted by the City and project revisions/conditions which now mitigate potentially significant environmental impacts in the following areas: biological resources, paleontological resources, geology, and water quality. The draft Mitigated Negative Declaration, Initial Study, and supporting documents may be reviewed, or purchased for the cost of reproduction, at the office of the Land Development Review Division, 1222 First Avenue, Fifth Floor, San Diego, CA 92101.
To request the draft Mitigated Negative Declaration, Initial Study and/or supporting documents in alternative format, call the Development Services Department at (619) 446-5460 immediately to ensure availability. This information is ALSO available in alternative formats for persons with disabilities. To request this notice in alternative format, call (619) 446-5446 or (800) 735-2929 (TEXT TELEPHONE). For environmental review information, contact Jerry Jakubauskas at (619) 446-5389. For information regarding public meetings/hearings on this project, contact Glen Gargas at (619) 446-5142. A final environmental report incorporating public input will then be prepared for consideration by decision-making authorities.
Pub. Feb 28-x501337




THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO
Date of Notice: February 28, 2003
NOTICE OF WORKSHOP
PLANNING DEPARTMENT
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DATE OF WORKSHOP: March 10, 2003
TIME OF WORKSHOP:
6:00 to 8:00 pm
LOCATION WORKSHOP:
City Administration Building,
202 "C" Street
Council Committee Room, 12th FloorWORKSHOP TITLE: COUNCIL POLICYON
OPEN SPACE VACATION CONTACT:
Bernie Turgeon, Senior Planner
(619) 533-6575
Keith Greer, Program Manager
(619) 236-7258
BACKGROUND
On November 13, 2002, the City Council Land Use and Housing (LU&H) Committee considered a proposal to modify existing Council Policy 600-23 (Open Space Preservation and Maintenance) to update the 18-year old policy and include criteria for when Council could consider vacation of open space for lease or sale. The proposed Council Policy revisions were developed jointly with City Staff from Planning, Park and Recreation, and Real Estate Assets, and a Citizen's Advisory Committee (CAC). The following individuals comprised the Citizen's Advisory Committee:
Bruce Dammann, Architect
Beth Fischer, Pardee Homes
Jan Johnston, Otay Valley River Park
Victoria Touchstone, Rancho Bernardo Community Planning Group
Joanne Pearson, Sierra Club
Mike Kelly, Friends of Pe?asquitos
The revised draft Council Policy provides for a clearer updated policy and includes criteria for when open space could be considered for vacation. The LU&H Committee directed City staff to gather further input from the Community Planning Groups, through the Community Planning Chairs (CPC), and Park and Recreation Area Committees. On November 26, 2002, the CPC established a subcommittee and staff recommended that a workshop be held to inform the Community Planning Groups and Park and Recreation Area Committees on the proposed changes to Council Policy 600-23.
The workshop is intended to provide background information to allow the Community Planning Groups and Park and Recreation Area Committees to understand and ask questions about the recommended changes, prior to discussions during their normal meetings.
A copy of the November 13, 2002 LU&H report and the draft revisions to Council Policy 600-23 are enclosed. If you have any questions please call the contacts listed above.
Pub. Feb 28-x501333




NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CITY COUNCIL/ REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

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NOTICE OF A JOINT PUBLIC HEARING BY THE
CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO AND THE
REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO
ON THE PROPOSED CROSSROADS REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that as a property owner, business owner, resident or interested citizen, you should know that the City Council of the City of San Diego (the "City Council") and the Redevelopment Agency of the City of San Diego (the "Agency") will hold a joint public hearing, pursuant to the California Community Redevelopment Law (Health & Safety Code, Section 33000, et seq.), to consider the approval and adoption of the proposed Redevelopment Plan for the Crossroads Redevelopment Project.
TYPE OF HEARING: City Council/Agency (Joint Hearing)
TIME OF HEARING: 10:00 a.m.
DATE OF HEARING: March 25, 2003
MEETING LOCATION: Council Chambers
202 "C" Street (12th Floor)
San Diego, CA 92101
PROJECT NAME: Crossroads Redevelopment Project
PROJECT MANAGER: Tracy Reed
PHONE NUMBER: (619) 533-7519 or treed@sandiego.gov
The Agency will undertake the proposed project if, after the joint City Council/Agency public hearing, the City Council approves and adopts the proposed Redevelopment Plan, Implementation Plan and certifies the Environmental Impact Report and Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program and adopts Findings and Statements of Overriding Considerations. The Crossroads Redevelopment Project encompasses approximately 1,031 acres within the community planning areas of: College Area and Mid-City Communities (City Heights and Eastern). The boundaries of the proposed Crossroads Redevelopment Project are shown on the attached map (Exhibit No.1).
If you have any question, please call Tracy Reed, Project Manager, at (619) 533-7519 or twreed@sandiego.gov.
1. The proposed Crossroads Redevelopment Plan
2. Certification of the Environmental Impact Report
Also, the Redevelopment Agency will approve, conditionally approve or deny:
1. The proposed Crossroads Redevelopment Implementation Plan
The intent of the proposed Redevelopment Plan is to upgrade the physical and economic environment of the affected area through rehabilitation of existing housing and businesses; upgrade deficient infrastructure and public facilities; provide for well-planned pedestrian and vehicular circulation; provide adequate parking and accommodate new commercial and residential development.
The objective of the Project is to eliminate blight and blighting influences in the area, which prevent effective revitalization and redevelopment by the private market. This will include providing new and upgraded public improvements and facilities, participation by property owners and occupants in revitalizing their properties, potential site assembly and disposition, and other actions to promote private investment and revitalization and to facilitate redevelopment of underutilized and blighted properties to more productive uses and to reduce public cost and increase public revenues.
The Project proposes to eliminate conditions of blight in the Project Area by the upgrading, revitalization of, and new construction of residential, commercial, office and public properties and facilities within the Project Area.
The Agency may use the power of eminent domain to acquire property (with just compensation) for the purpose of implementing the Redevelopment Plan. The proposed Redevelopment Plan excludes the Agency from exercising the power of eminent domain to acquire single family dwelling units that are located in areas zoned and designated for single family residential uses (review attached map, Exhibit No.1).
Before acting, the City Council/Agency will consider the Agency?s Report on the proposed Redevelopment Project, including but not limited to, the recommendations of the Planning Commission, Crossroads Project Area Committee (the "PAC") and reports of the County Fiscal Officer and consultations with affected taxing agencies. In addition, the City Council/Agency will consider all evidence and testimony for and against the adoption of the redevelopment plan and the other associated actions.
The following documents will be available prior to the joint public hearing for public inspection and copying during the regular office hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday) at the office of the City Clerk, at the City Administration Building, 202 "C" Street (2nd Floor), San Diego, CA 92101, and are available for public inspection at the office of the Redevelopment Agency, at the Comerica Building, 600 "B" Street (4th Floor), San Diego, CA 92101:
1. Redevelopment Plan for the Crossroads Redevelopment Project;
2.Agency?s Report to the City Council on the Crossroads Redevelopment Plan;
3.Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Crossroads Redevelopment Plan;
4.Rules Governing Participation by Property Owners/Business Occupant and Preference for Businesses to Reenter in the Crossroads Redevelopment Project;
5. Legal Description (boundaries) of the Project Area as Designated in the Crossroads Redevelopment Plan; and
6. Other documents relating to the proposed Redevelopment Project.
Many of the above documents will also be available for review and printing at: www.sannet.gov/redevelopment-agency/crossroads
FOR THE CITY COUNCIL/AGENCY MEETING
At the above stated day, hour and place any and all persons having any objections to the proposed Redevelopment Plan or denying existence of blight in the proposed Project Area or having objections to the regularity of any of the prior proceedings, may appear before the Agency and the City Council and show cause why the proposed Redevelopment Plan should not be adopted. If you wish to challenge the City?s action on the above proceeding in court, including the adoption of the proposed Redevelopment Plan, or any other aspect of the redevelopment process, you may be limited to addressing only those issues you or someone else raised at the public meeting described in this Notice or in written correspondence delivered to the Agency or the City Council at, or prior to, the public meeting. Any persons or organizations desiring to be heard will be afforded an opportunity to be heard at the public meeting.
The item may begin at any time after the time specified. Any interested person may address the City Council to express support or opposition to this issue. Time allocated for each speaker is determined by the Chair and in general is limited to three (3) minutes. Any time not later than the hour set for the meeting, any person objecting to the proposed Redevelopment Project may file in writing with the City Clerk a statement of his or her objections to the proposed Redevelopment Plan. Those unable to attend the meeting may write a letter to the Mayor and City Council, Attention: City Clerk, City Administration Building, 202 "C" Street, San Diego, CA 92101-3862, Mail Station 2A. All communication will be forwarded to the Mayor and City Council, and if received prior to the hour set for the hearing, will be made part of the record of the hearing.
The proposed Redevelopment Plan, Rules Governing Participation by Property Owners/Business Occupant and Preference for Businesses to Reenter in the Crossroads Redevelopment Project, and other documents relating to the proposed Redevelopment Project are on file and available for public inspection and copying during the regular office hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday) at the office of the City Clerk, at the City Administration Building, 202 "C" Street (2nd Floor), San Diego, CA 92101, and is available for public inspection at the office of the Redevelopment Agency, at the Comerica Building, 600 "B" Street (4th Floor), San Diego, CA 92101.
The Agency has prepared a legal description of the boundaries of the area designated in the proposed Crossroads Redevelopment Plan which is available to the public for inspection and copying, free of charge, during the regular office hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday) at the office of the City Clerk, at the City Administration Building, 202 "C" Street (2nd Floor), San Diego, CA 92101, and is available for public inspection at the office of the Redevelopment Agency, at the Comerica Building, 600 "B" Street (4th Floor), San Diego, CA 92101.
This information will be made available in alternative formats upon request. To request an agenda in alternative format or to request a sign language or oral interpreter for the meeting, call the City Clerk?s office at (619) 533-4000 (voice) or (619) 236-7012 (TT) or call the City Redevelopment Agency at (619) 533-4233, at least five working days prior to the public meeting
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Pub. Feb. 21,28 March 7,14-k107611




NOTICE TO BIDDERS
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the City of San Diego will receive bids for work listed below. Plans and specifications can be obtained from the Engineering and Capital Projects Department, Administration Division, Executive Complex, 1010 Second Avenue, Suite 500, San Diego, California, where bids are to be submitted prior to time specified.
A pre-bid meeting and/or pre-bid visit to the work site will be held, if indicated, at the time and place specified in the contract documents. Prospective bidders are encouraged to attend these sessions.
It is the policy of the City of San Diego to encourage equal opportunity in its construction, consultant, material and supply contracts. Bids/proposals from small businesses, minority-owned, disabled, veteran-owned businesses, women-owned businesses and local firms are strongly encouraged. Contractors are encouraged to subcontract and/or participate in joint ventures with these firms. The City is committed to equal opportunity and will not discriminate with regard to race, religion, color, ancestry, age, gender, disability, medical condition or place of birth and will not do business with any firm that discriminates on any basis.
Contractors interested in bidding projects over $250,000 must be prequalified. Please contact Ray Roberson of the City's Pre-Qualification Program at (619) 533-3474 to obtain an application..
Sign language or oral interpreting services are available at pre-bid meetings and bid openings with a 5 business day notice to Contract Services at 533-4464.
1.SEWER PUMP STATION 19 REPLACEMENT
Bid No. K03836C. Pre-Bid Date: March 17, 2003 @ 10:00 a.m.. Pre-Bid Location: Conference Room, 5th Floor, 1010 Second Avenue, Suite 500, San Diego, CA 92101.
Bid Opening Date: April 3, 2003 @ 2:30 p.m. Construction Estimate: $3,283,782.00. Specification Fee: $50.00 License Requirement: A.
This Project is subject to Phase Funding.
This Project is subject to the City of San Diego's Subcontractor Outreach Program (SCOP).

Deborah Van Wanseele
02/28/03
Pub. Feb. 28-k107727




CITY OF SAN DIEGO
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
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DATE OF MEETING:
Tuesday, March 25, 2003
TIME OF MEETING: 10:00 A.M.
PLACE OF MEETING: City Council Chamber, 202 "C" Street, San Diego
SUBJECT:
Establishment of Residential Permit Parking in the Mesa College Area, to include the following streets:
a. 3400-block of Aldford Drive (between Aldford Place and Chasewood Drive).
b. 6200-block of Aldford Place (between Rollsreach Drive and Aldford Drive).
c. 3500-block and 3600-block of Auburndale Street (between Marlesta Drive and Thornwood Street).
d. 3500-block of Bacontree Place (between beginning and Bacontree Way).
e. 6900-block of Bacontree Way (between Auburndale Street and end).
f. 3400-block of Beagle Place (between Beagle Street and end).
g. 6900-block and 7000-block of Beagle Street (between Marlesta Drive and Atoll Street).
h. 3500-block and 3600-block of Brookshire Street (between beginning and Thorn wood Street).
i. 3400-hundred and 3550-block of Chasewood Drive (between Marlesta Drive and Auburndale Street).
j. 6700-block, 6750-block, and 6800-block of Erith Street (between Chasewood Drive and end).
k. 3400-block, 3500-block, and 3600-block of Fireway Drive (entire street).
l. 7000-block of Hilton Place (between Marlesta Drive and end).
m. 3400-block of Keston Court (between Beagle Street and end).
n. 6800-block of Lanewood Court (between Auburndale Street and end).
o. 3200-block, 3500-block, and 3600-block of Marlesta Drive (between Genesee Avenue and end).
p. 3300-block and 3400-block of Rollsreach Drive (between beginning and Chasewood Drive).
q. 6400-block of Shirehall Drive (between beginning and Brookshire Street).
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT AMY NAVARRO, ASSISTANT TRAFFIC ENGINEER, CITY OF SAN DIEGO at (619) 533-3170
Pub. Feb. 28, March 3, 4-k107733




600 City of San Diego
PUBLISHED: Friday February 28, 2003


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