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City of San Diego
PUBLISHED: Tuesday May 01, 2012

CITY OF SAN DIEGO
DATE OF NOTICE:  May 1, 2012


SPECIAL MEETING
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
PLANNING COMMISSION

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DATE OF HEARING:   May 3, 2012

TIME OF HEARING:        9:00 A.M.


LOCATION OF
HEARING:    San Diego Concourse, Silver Room

202 C Street, San Diego, California 92101

PHONE NUMBER:  619-321-3208


E-MAIL:                              PLANNINGCOMMISSION@SANDIEGO.GOV

                                   

THE PLANNING COMMISSION WILL HOLD A SPECIAL MEETING FOR THURSDAY, MAY 3, 2012.  IT WILL BE HELD AT THE SAN DIEGO CONCOURSE IN THE SILVER ROOM LOCATED AT 202 C STREET, SAN DIEGO, CA 92101
Pub. May 1-00098591 

City of San Diego
Draft FY 2013 Annual Action Plan
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Under Title 1 of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended, the City of San Diego invites citizens to participate in the preparation of the FY 2013 Annual Action Plan (AAP). The AAP is the yearly update to the Five-Year Consolidated Plan and consists of the activities to be funded through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG), HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME), and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA).

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of San Diego's Draft FY 2013 AAP is available for a 30-day public review from April 10 through May 9, 2012. The purpose of the review is to provide the public with an opportunity to comment on the planned expenditures of approximately $23 million in federal entitlement funds. The draft document will be available in the reference section of all City of San Diego libraries and at the CDBG Program office located at 1200 Third Avenue, Suite 1400, San Diego, CA 92101. The plan will also be available for review on the City's CDBG Program website (www.sandiego.gov/cdbg/general/) and the Housing Commission's website (www.sdhc.org.).

NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN that the public hearing to present the Draft FY 2013 AAP at a Public Safety & Neighborhood Services (PS&NS) Committee is scheduled for Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 2:00 pm in the City Council Chambers, 202 C Street, 12th Floor, San Diego, CA 92101. A schedule of community meetings in which the draft AAP will be presented is listed on the City's CDBG Program website. Public comment may be provided at the community meetings and public hearing. In addition, comments can be submitted in writing during the 30-day public review to the CDBG Program office in person/mail (1200 Third Ave, Ste 1400, San Diego, CA 92101), or by e-mail (CDBG@sandiego.gov) through May 9, 2012. All information and updates regarding this process will be posted on the City's CDBG website (http://www.sandiego.gov/cdbg/general/).

To order information in an alternative format, or to arrange for a sign language or oral interpreter for the PS&NS Committee meeting, please call the City Clerk's office at least five (5) working days prior to the meeting at (619) 533-4000 (voice) or (619) 236-7012 (TDD/TTY).
Pub. Mar 28 thru May 9-00097357

CITY OF SAN DIEGO
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
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BY THE SAN DIEGO CITY COUNCIL ON A PROPOSED REVISION OF PACIFIC HIGHLANDS RANCH DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEES AND FACILITIES BENEFIT ASSESSMENTS.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the San Diego City Council is scheduled to hold a public hearing on Tuesday, May 15, 2012, at the hour of 2:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, in Council Chambers, 12th Floor, City Administration Building, 202 C Street, San Diego, California, for the purpose of consideration of revision of Pacific Highlands Ranch Development Impact Fees and Facilities Benefit Assessment. Consideration of this matter will include:

1. Approve the establishment of a new Development Impact Fees for all property within the Pacific Highlands Ranch Community.

2. Approve the establishment of new Facilities Benefit Assessments for all undeveloped property within the Pacific Highlands Ranch Community.

The Pacific Highlands Ranch Public Facilities Financing Plan is available for public inspection at the Office of the City Clerk, City Administration Building, 2nd Floor, 202 C Street, San Diego, California, 92101. For additional information contact Frank January at (619) 533-3699 or fjanuary@sandiego.gov.

This 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 allotted to each speaker is determined by the Chair and, in general, is limited to three (3) minutes; moreover, collective testimony by those in support or opposition shall be limited to no more than fifteen (15) minutes total per side.

If you wish to challenge the Council's actions on the above proceedings in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence to the City Council at or prior to the public hearing. All correspondence should be delivered to the City Clerk (at the above address) to be included in the record of the proceedings.

This material is available in alternative formats upon request. To order information in an alternative format, or to arrange for a sign language or oral interpreter for the meeting, please call the Clerk's office at least 5 working days prior to the meeting at (619) 533-4000 (voice) or (619) 236-7012 (TT).

Notice Dates: 05/01/2012, 05/08/2012 ELIZABETH MALAND
SAN DIEGO CITY CLERK
Pub. May 1, 8-00098557

CITY OF SAN DIEGO
NOTICE OF CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING

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DATE OF HEARING: TUESDAY, MAY 15, 2012
TIME OF MEETING: 2:00 p.m.
PLACE OF HEARING: COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 12th FLOOR, CITY
ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, 202 "C" STREET
SAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA, 92101

PROJECT NAME: REIMBURSEMENT AGREEMENT FOR P-1
GONZALES CANYON NEIGHBORHOOD PARK IN
PACIFIC HIGHLANDS RANCH
APPLICANT: CITY OF SAN DIEGO

COMMUNITY
PLAN AREA: PACIFIC HIGHLANDS RANCH
COUNCIL DISTRICT: 1 (Lightner)

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT CITY PROJECT
MANAGER/PHONE: Frank January at (619) 533-3699

Notice is hereby given that the Council of the City of San Diego will consider the adoption of Ordinance No. O-2012-92, pursuant to Section 99 of the Charter of the City of San Diego, to authorize execution of an Agreement to reimburse Pardee Homes for the design and construction of a 5-acre park site.

Consideration of the ordinance will take place at the regular City Council meeting on Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in the council chambers of the City Administration Building, 202 C. Street, 12th Floor, San Diego, California, 92101 at 2:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as business allows.

COMMUNICATIONS
This 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 allotted to each speaker is determined by the Chair and, in general, is limited to three (3) minutes; moreover, collective testimony by those in support or opposition shall be limited to no more than fifteen (15) minutes total per side.

Those unable to attend the hearing 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; OR you can reach us by E-mail at: Hearings1@sandiego.gov or FAX: (619) 533-4045. All communications will be forwarded to the Mayor and Council.

If you wish to challenge the Council's actions on the above proceedings in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence to the City Council at or prior to the public hearing. All correspondence should be delivered to the City Clerk (at the above address) to be included in the record of the proceedings.

This material is available in alternative formats upon request. To order information in an alternative format, or to arrange for a sign language or oral interpreter for the meeting, please call the Clerk's office at least 5 working days prior to the meeting at 533-4000 (voice) or 236-7012 (TT).

Notice Date: 05/01/2012 LIZ MALAND
FVJ SAN DIEGO CITY CLERK
Pub. May 1-00098558

CITY OF SAN DIEGO
RESOLUTION NUMBER R-307390
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A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO DECLARING THE COUNCIL'S INTENTION
TO LEVY AND COLLECT ANNUAL ASSESSMENTS FROM BUSINESSES WITHIN EACH OF THE SPECIFIED BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2013 AND NOTICING THE PUBLIC HEARING.

WHEREAS, in accordance with the Parking and Business Improvement Area Law of 1989 (California Streets and Highways Code sections 36500, et seq.) the Business Improvement Districts below were formed to levy assessments annually to pay for certain improvements and activities within the Business Improvement Districts; and
WHEREAS, the City Council, in accordance with the Parking and Business Improvement Area Law of 1989 (California Streets and Highways Code sections 36500, et seq.) and City Council Policy 900-07 (“Business Improvement Districts”), wishes to continue the improvements and activities of specified Business Improvement Districts in the City of San Diego; NOW, THEREFORE,
BE IT RESOLVED, by the Council of the City of San Diego, as follows:
1. That the intention of the City Council to continue to levy and collect an assessment from businesses within each of the specified Business Improvement Districts in the City of San Diego for the period of July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013 is hereby declared.
2. That the Districts to be assessed and their respective locations are as follows:
Adams Avenue - generally from the 2400 to the 4248 block of Adams Avenue; and all adjacent side-streets from the 4600 to the 4799 block of those side-streets.
City Heights - generally from the 3300 to the 4799 block of University Avenue; and all adjacent side-streets from the 3800 to the 4099 block of those side-streets.
College Area - generally from the 5400 to the 7400 block of El Cajon Boulevard; all adjacent streets from the 5400 to the 7400 block of El Cajon Boulevard; and certain other streets in the vicinity of San Diego State University.
Diamond - generally that area within the diamond formed by the following four points: the 1900 block of Euclid
Avenue to the north; the 1000 block of Euclid Avenue South to the south; the 6900 block of Imperial Avenue to the east; and the 3900 block of Market Street to the west.
Downtown - generally that area within the following boundaries: Ash Street to the north; E Street to the south; Tenth Avenue to the east; and First Avenue to the west.
East Village - generally that area within the following boundaries: Interstate 5 to the north and to the east; Newton Avenue to the south; and Seventh Avenue to the west.
El Cajon Boulevard Central - generally from the 3300 to the 5399 block of El Cajon Boulevard; all adjacent -streets from 33rd Street to 47th Street between the 4200 to the 4399 block of those side-streets; and all adjacent side-streets from Euclid Avenue to Dayton Street between the 4300 and the 4499 block of those side-streets.
El Cajon Boulevard Gateway - generally from the 1800 to the 3299 block of El Cajon Boulevard; and all adjacent side-streets from the 4200 to the 4399 block of those side-streets.
Gaslamp - generally that area within the following boundaries: Broadway to the north; the San Diego and Arizona East Railway right-of-way to the south; Sixth Avenue to the east; and Fourth Avenue to the west.
Hillcrest - generally that area within the following boundaries: Montecito Street to the north; Upas Street to the south; Park Boulevard to the east; and Front Street to the west.
La Jolla - generally from 200 to 1445 Prospect Street; Ivanhoe Avenue, Herschel Avenue, Girard Avenue, and Fay Avenue between Torrey Pines Road and Pearl Street; and from the 1100 block of Torrey Pines Road to the 400 block of Pearl Street toward La Jolla Boulevard, including 7345 to 7607 La Jolla Boulevard.
Little Italy - generally that area within the following boundaries: Laurel Street to the north; “A” Street to the south; Interstate 5 and Front Street to the east; and North Harbor Drive to the west.
Mission Hills - generally from 818 to 1112 Fort Stockton Drive, including all adjacent side-streets from Stephens Street to Albatross Street; 228 to 1794 Washington Street; the 300 to the 1025 block of University Avenue; 328 to 1753 West Lewis Street; and 3033 to 3753 India Street.
North Park - generally from 2750 to 3299 University Avenue, including all adjacent side-streets between the 3800 and the 3999 block of those side-streets; 2750 to 3299 Lincoln Avenue; and 2850 to 3299 North Park Way.
Ocean Beach - generally from the 4800 to the 5099 block of Newport Avenue; portions of the 4700 to the 5099 block of Narragansett Avenue, Niagara Avenue, and Santa Monica Avenue; and portions of Sunset Cliffs Boulevard, Cable Street, Bacon Street, and Abbot Street between 1769 and 1976 of those streets.
Old Town - generally that area within the following boundaries: Interstate 5 to the north; Pacific Highway to the south; Washington Boulevard to the east; and Rosecrans Street to the west.
Pacific Beach - generally that area within the following boundaries: Garnet Avenue and Balboa Avenue to the north; the 700 to the 1099 block of Turquoise Street to the northwest; Grand Avenue to the south, including Ingraham Street and all adjacent side-streets from the 3400 block to Grand Avenue; Interstate 5 to the east; and the 4100 to 5199 block of Mission Boulevard and all adjacent side-streets to the west.
San Ysidro - generally that area within the following boundaries: the 930 block of West San Ysidro Boulevard to the northwest; the U.S.-Mexico border to the southeast; East Beyer Boulevard to the east; and Willow Road to the southwest.
3. That the proposed improvements and activities authorized by the ordinance establishing each specified District (or by amendment to such ordinance), as well as any substantial changes and/or additions proposed to be made to those improvements and activities in Fiscal Year 2011, are as follows:
DistrictImprovements and Activities Authorized by OrdinanceSubstantial Changes and/or Additions to Improvements and Activities
Adams AvenueAcquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; administration/operations; advertising/promotion; special events; newsletter/brochure; business development; maintenance of landscaping; and public improvements.Produce weekly e-mail newsletter; Maintain website, blog, and Facebook page; Hold quarterly business member mixers; Hold annual business member meeting; Produce annual report; Hold workshops and training sessions for member businesses.
City HeightsAcquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; administration/operations; advertising/promotion; special events; newsletter/brochure; business development; and street decorations.Hold monthly board and committee meetings; Hold quarterly business mixers; Produce quarterly newsletter; Develop and maintain website; Provide telephone and in-person business counseling and technical assistance services; and Produce free monthly movie nights in the park.
CollegeAcquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; administration/operation; and advertising/promotion.Hold monthly board and committee meetings; Produce the Boulevard BOO! Parade & Carnival and the Rolando Street Fair; Hold business mixers; Host member business workshops; Manage the College Area Banner District; Maintain a website; and Produce the College Area Taste event.
DiamondAcquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; decoration of public areas; promotion of public events; and furnishing of music.Membership outreach, website development; B2B advertising; member ecommerce promotions; banner program; storefront enhancement; business education workshops and seminars; tree planting; public right-of-way improvements.
DowntownStreet decoration/music; promotion of public events; and promotion of retail trade.Conduct business seminars and workshops for member businesses; Produce Taste of Downtown; Manage banner district; Create and distribute the Downtown Directory of Social Services; Distribute art maps; Monthly newsletter; Produce Art event during Art's Month; Produce Downtown for the Holidays
East VillageAcquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; administration/operation; and advertising/promotion.Hold member networking mixers and four business breakfasts; Produce East Village-branded promotional items; Hold an annual meeting; Website development; execute an Internet marketing campaign; Hold a Social Media Expo; and Perform an IDEA district feasibility study.
El Cajon Blvd. CentralAcquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; administration/operation; advertising/promotion; newsletter; and new business development.Hold monthly board meetings; Facilitate business trainings; Coordinate special events such as Bike the Boulevard and the Taste of University Heights; Hold seasonal business mixers; Produce monthly e-newsletters, quarterly newsletters, and annual reports; Maintain the district's website; Co-host the Festival of Beers on El Cajon Boulevard.
El Cajon Blvd GatewayAcquisition, construction or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; and promotion of business activities.Hold monthly board meetings; Facilitate business trainings; Coordinate special events such as Bike the Boulevard and the Taste of University Heights; Hold seasonal business mixers; Produce monthly e-newsletters, quarterly newsletters, and annual reports; Maintain the district's website; Co-host the Festival of Beers on El Cajon Boulevard.
GaslampAcquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; and administration/operations.Hold monthly board meetings; Facilitation of business trainings, community forums, town hall meetings, and presentations; Community partner outreach; Maintain website, Facebook, Twitter, and other social networking sites; Produce digital brochure and membership e-newsletter; Coordinate the Fifth Avenue Auto Showcase, Gaslamp Holiday Pet Parade, Poinsettia Bowl Battle of the Bands, and District Holiday Lighting Program; Maintain informational kiosk program; Manage Convention/Event Banner Program.
HillcrestAcquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; and administration/operations.Produce Website; Hold Farmers Market; Hold over 30 meetings each year including Marketing, Parking, Beautification, Executive, and Board of Directors meetings; Implement four major annual events including Hillcrest Mardi Gras, CityFest, Taste of Hillcrest, and Hillcrest Taste 'n Tinis; Produce shop local campaigns including Shop Hillcrest for the Holidays and Tuesday Nite Out; Manage banner program; and Produce print and email newsletters.
La JollaAcquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; and administration/operations.Maintain website and online business directory; Produce musical events and performances, art and wine walks, “Taste of La Jolla” events, live performances, pet events, collectors events, farmers’ markets, parades, and gallery events; and manage seasonal banner displays.
Little ItalyAcquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; special events; and marketing administration.Hold monthly board and committee meetings; Coordinate weekly farmers market; Coordinate special events such as Little Italy Festa, Mission Federal ArtWalk, Little Italy Carnevale, Gran Fondo San Diego, Little Italy Christmas Village & Tree Lighting, Taste of Little Italy; Produce Little Italy merchandise and re-usable bags; Manage banner program; Maintain and update Little Italy website and all Little Italy social media.
Mission HillsAcquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities.Hold monthly board and committee meetings; Coordinate special events such as Art Walks and Arts & Crafts Fair; Hold business mixers; Produce newsletter; Maintain web site including a searchable business directory; Manage the banner program.
North ParkAcquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; administration/operations; promotion/advertising; newsletter; business directory; and special events.Hold monthly board and committee meetings; Coordinate weekly farmers markets; Hold business trainings and mixers; Produce special events including the Taste of North Park, the Toyland Parade, and the Festival of the Arts; Publish quarterly newsletters, weekly email newsletters, and annual report; Manage banner program.
Ocean BeachAcquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; administration/operations; advertising/promotion; Cleanup and landscaping in public right of way; newsletter; holiday decorations; and business development.Hold monthly board meetings; Produce weekly OB Farmers Market; Hold business trainings; Coordinate special events including July 4th Fireworks, OB Music & Art Festival, OB Oktoberfest, OB Restaurant Walk, OB Beach Ball, and OB Street Fair & Chili Cook-Off Festival; Hold quarterly business mixers; and Maintain website and social media sites.
Old TownAcquisition, construction or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; and promotion of business activities.Maintain the Old Town Visitors Center; Hold monthly board and committee meetings; Coordinate quarterly business mixers; Coordinate special events such as the annual Old Town Art Festival; Coordinate weekly Old Town Saturday Market; Hold business workshops; Co-sponsor the Fiesta Old Town Cinco de Mayo; Manage banner program; and Update visitor kiosk information maps.
Pacific BeachAcquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; administration/operations; security publications; advertising; decorations; and streetscape.Hold board and committee meetings; Produce Monthly e-newsletters; Maintain web site; Produce special events including two annual restaurant walks, quarterly business/networking mixers, an annual street festival, and a spring bocce ball tournament; and oversee the operation of a the Beach Area Community Court.
San YsidroAcquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; marketing/promotion; administration/operations; design/planning; and general projects.Hold monthly board and committee meetings; Publish the annual San Ysidro Business Directory; Manage the Ambassadors program twice monthly, Publish eblasts “News You Can Use;” Publish quarterly bilingual newsletter; Maintain website; Prepare promotional materials including updated SYBA Brochure; Coordinate thematic workshops for business membership; Co-sponsor banner program; Hold quarterly cleanup events; Hold annual youth Padres game; and Install public art.
4. That a full and detailed report describing each specified District, including the boundaries of proposed assessments to be levied upon the businesses as well as the improvements and activities to be undertaken within each specified District, from July 1, 2012, through June 30, 2013, is available for review at the Office of the City Clerk.
5. That notice is hereby given that on May 15, 2012 at 10:00 a.m., or as soon thereafter as it may be heard, in the Council Chambers of the City Administration Building, located at 202 “C” Street, 12th Floor, San Diego, California, is fixed as the time and place when and where any and all interested persons having a desire to be heard may appear and state their views, or submit such views in writing in compliance with California Streets and Highways Code Sections 36524 and 36525, for or against the continued establishment of each specified District, the extent of each specified District, the furnishing of specified types of improvements or activities within each specified District, or the levying of the proposed assessments within each specified District.
6. That the City Clerk is hereby directed to give notice of the aforementioned public hearing by publication, pursuant to California Streets and Highways Code section 36534(b).
Passed by the Council of The City of San Diego on April 23, 2012, by the following vote.
YEAS: LIGHTNER, FAULCONER, GLORIA, YOUNG, DEMAIO, ZAPF, EMERALD, ALVAREZ.
NAYS: NONE.
NOT PRESENT: NONE.
RECUSED: FAULCONER.
DATE OF FINAL PASSAGE: APRIL 26, 2012
AUTHENTICATED BY:
JERRY SANDERS
Mayor of The City of San Diego, California.
ELIZABETH S. MALAND
City Clerk of The City of San Diego, California.
By: Mary Zumaya, Deputy
Pub. May 1-00098615

CITY OF SAN DIEGO
NOTICE OF CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING
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DATE OF MEETING: TUESDAY, May 15, 2012
TIME OF MEETING: 2:00 p.m.
OF MEETING: COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 12th FLOOR
CITY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
202 "C" STREET, SAN DIEGO
CALIFORNIA, 92101

PROJECT TYPE: Slope Easement Vacation and Public Right-Of-Way Street Vacation / CEQA
Exemption / Process Five
PROJECT NO: 253611
NAME: Stargaze Avenue Slope Easement and
Street Vacation
APPLICANT: Mr. Jeffery Smith

COMMUNITY
PLAN AREA: Rancho Peñasquitos
COUNCIL DISTRICT: District One

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Glenn
Gargas, Development Project Manager
PHONE NUMBER/
E-MAIL: (619) 446-5142/ggargas@sandiego.gov

PLEASE ACCEPT THIS AS A NOTICE TO INFORM YOU, as a property owner, tenant or interested citizen, that the Council of The City of San Diego, California will conduct a public hearing, as part of a scheduled City Council meeting, on the following project:

Matter of approving, conditionally approving, or denying a
Slope Easement Vacation and Public Right-of-Way Vacation to vacate an unimproved, approximately 6,683 square foot portion of Stargaze Avenue and a related 5,857 square feet of Slope Easement area. The project site is located at 8985, 8975 and 8965 Stargaze Avenue in the RS-1-14 Zone, Airport Influence Area Overlay Zone and within the Rancho Peñasquitos Community Plan area.

ZONE DESCRIPTIONS
Full and complete information should be obtained by referring to the appropriate Municipal Code sections.

If you have any questions after reviewing this information, you can contact the City Project Manager listed above.

The decision of the City Council is final.

COMMUNICATIONS
This 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 allotted to each speaker is determined by the Chair and, in general, is limited to three (3) minutes; moreover, collective testimony by those in support or opposition shall be limited to no more than fifteen (15) minutes total per side.

Those unable to attend the hearing 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; OR you can reach us by E-mail at: Hearings1@sandiego.gov or FAX: (619) 533-4045. All communications will be forwarded to the Mayor and Council.

If you wish to challenge the Council's actions on the above proceedings in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence to the City Council at or prior to the public hearing. All correspondence should be delivered to the City Clerk (at the above address) to be included in the record of the proceedings.

This material is available in alternative formats upon request. To order information in an alternative format, or to arrange for a sign language or oral interpreter for the meeting, please call the Clerk's office at least 5 working days prior to the meeting at 533-4000 (voice) or 236-7012 (TT).

Internal Order Number: 24002034

Notice Date: 042412 ELIZABETH MALAND
SAN DIEGO CITY CLERK
Pub. Apr 24, May 1-00098310


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