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PUBLISHED: Friday August 27, 2010
SAN DIEGO UNIFIED PORT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
On Tuesday, September 7, 2010 the Board of Port Commissioners of the San Diego Unified Port District will hold a public hearing on the following matter:
ADOPT AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE PORT OF SAN DIEGO TARIFF NO. 1-G, RATES AND CHARGES
Port District staff will present the following recommendations to the Board:
The Port Tariff will require cargo trucks entering the Districts Marine Terminals to comply with State of California Air Resource Boards Drayage Truck rule. (For more information please refer to: www.arb.ca.gov/drayagetruck
) Effective January 1, 2011 trucks that are non-compliant will be denied access to the Port's Marine Terminals. Public Hearing
The September 7, 2010 Board Meeting will be held at the Port of San Diego Administration Building, 3165 Pacific Highway, San Diego, California 92101, starting at 1:00 p.m. Availability of Proposed Amendment in its Entirety
Copies of the proposed amendment to Tariff No. 1-G are available for review at the Port of San Diego Administration Building, 3165 Pacific Highway, San Diego, California 92101, Clerk's Office, Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.Submittal of Comments
Maritime Division staff is available to meet with tenants and customers at their convenience and in advance of the public hearing if they wish to discuss the proposed tariff amendments. Persons not able to attend the Public Hearing or wishing to submit written comments for review by the Board are requested to submit them to the Maritime Operations Department by September 3, 2010. Written comments maybe submitted by letter, fax or by e-mail and will become part of the formal correspondence file. The Maritime Operations Staff will give all written comments to the Board.Hearing Procedures
Persons wishing to comment on this matter may also appear at the Public Hearing and/or may present comments in writing to the Board before the hearing date. All persons wishing to testify must complete a speaker's slip (available at the Public Hearing) and submit it to the District Clerk.
Joel Valenzuela, Maritime Operations
San Diego Unified Port District
Pub. August 27-00078516
NOTICE of a PUBLIC HEARING Tuesday, September 7, 2010
BY THE BOARD OF PORT
at 1:00 pm
in the Board Room of the Port District Administration Building, 3165 Pacific Highway, San Diego, CA 92101. Project
: H Street Extension Project Location
: H Street corridor, west of
Bay Boulevard to MarinaParkway Chula Vista, California Applicants
: San Diego Unified Port District (Port), Engineering Department Project Description
: The proposed Project will install roadway improvements westward from the existing H Street right-of-way at the SD&AE railroad crossing to Marina Parkway. The Project totals approximately 4.25 acres in size and is located along the northern boundary of the former Goodrich South Campus. The western portion of the Project, approximately 2.6 acres, is located within the Port's coastal permitting jurisdiction. The eastern 1.65 acres of the Project is situated within the coastal permitting jurisdiction of the California Coastal Commission.
Project construction is anticipated to begin in late 2011 and is estimated for an approximate 12-month duration that would be complete in late 2012. Maximum grading activities are estimated at 17,000 cubic yards of excavation and 10,000 cubic yards of fill. The resulting export quantity of 7,000 cubic yards would result in up to 700 truck round-trips. Haul routes for construction activities will be defined by a traffic control plan, which will be required as a condition of this permit and must also be approved by the City of Chula Vista. The former Goodrich South Campus area will be utilized for temporary staging areas for the construction activity. Appealable Coastal Development Permit
: At the September 7, 2010 Board of Port Commissioners (BPC), the BPC will conduct a Public Hearing to hear public testimony regarding the relationship of the H Street Extension Project to the Port Master Plan. Port staff finds the project is within the California Coastal Zone, complies with the certified Port Master Plan and qualifies for an Appealable Coastal Development Permit. The Coastal Development Permit Regulations of the Port require notification of Appealable projects to adjacent property owners, businesses and dwelling units. The Port is notifying the adjacent property owners, businesses and dwelling units included in the application as well as interested parties and those who have formally requested notice.
If you have questions about the District's Coastal Development Permit process or the Project under consideration, please contact Lesley Nishihira, Senior Redevelopment Planner at (619) 686-6469 or email@example.com.
Pub. August 27-00078512
PUBLISHED: Friday August 27, 2010