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City of San Diego
PUBLISHED: Tuesday September 10, 2013


CITY OF SAN DIEGO
DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT
Date of Notice: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
PUBLIC NOTICE OF A
DRAFT PROGRAM ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (PEIR)
I.O. No.: 21002570
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The City of San Diego Development Service Department has prepared a draft PEIR for the following project and is inviting your comments regarding the adequacy of the document. The draft PEIR and associated technical appendices have been placed on the City of San Diego web-site at
http://www.sandiego.gov/city-clerk/officialdocs/notice/index.shtml. Your comments must be received by Friday, October 25, 2013 to be included in the final document considered by the decision-making authorities. Please send your written comments to the following address: Myra Herrmann, Environmental Planner, City of San Diego Development Services Center, 1222 First Avenue, MS 501, San Diego, CA 92101 or e-mail your comments to DSDEAS@sandiego.gov with the Project Name (OTAY MESA COMMUNITY PLAN UPDATE) and Number (30330/304032) in the subject line.

General Project Information:
--- Project Name: OTAY MESA COMMUNITY PLAN UPDATE
--- Project No. 30330/304032/SCH No. 2004651076
--- Community Plan Area: Otay Mesa
--- Council District: 8 (Alvarez)

Subject: CITY COUNCIL APPROVAL of an updated Otay Mesa Community Plan, a General Plan Amendment, Rescission of Otay Mesa Development District (OMDD) and Adoption of a Rezone ordinance (to replace the OMDD with citywide zoning), approval of the Public Facilities Financing Plan (PFFP), and amendments to the City's Land Development Code (LDC) as further described below. The Otay Mesa Community Plan Update (CPU) is a comprehensive update of the 1981 community plan. Approval of the CPU would establish land use designations and policies to guide future development consistent with the City's General Plan (2008). The CPU is intended to implement the General Plan policies through the provision of community-specific recommendations. The concurrent rezone would rescind the existing OMDD and implement development regulations consistent with citywide zoning classifications. Amendments to the City's LDC are required to create new and revised implementing zones, including two new Community Plan Implementation Overlay Zones (CPIOZ Type A and Type B) for proposed commercial and industrial land use designations under the CPU and for the creation of new zones to implement the new International Business and Trade (IBT 1-1) and Business Park Residential (BRT) land use designations. An updated PFFP would be adopted with the CPU to allow for implementation of the CPU. The CPU would additionally serve as the basis for guiding a variety of other actions, such as parkland acquisitions, transportation improvements and public facilities. The update includes modifications to the various elements of the Plan to incorporate current planning policies and practices in the City of San Diego, as well as to make the Plan reflective of the substantial land use changes (e.g., adopted alignments of SR-905 and SR-125) that have occurred over the last twenty-five years. The Otay Mesa community encompasses approximately 9,300 acres in the southeastern portion of the City of San Diego. The community is bordered by the San Ysidro and Otay Mesa-Nestor communities on the west, the City of Chula Vista and the Otay Valley Regional Park on the north, the County of San Diego on the east and the US/Mexico border and the City of Tijuana on the south. The community plan update project components include:

1. City of San Diego General Plan Amendment. Adoption of the CPU constitutes an amendment to the Land Use Element of the General Plan.

2. Rescission of the Otay Mesa Development District (OMDD) and Adoption of a Rezone Ordinance (to replace the OMDD with citywide zoning) to citywide zones contained in the Land Development Code (LDC). The concurrent rezone would rescind the existing OMDD and make development regulations consistent with citywide zoning classifications.

3. Other Land Development Code Amendments.
Amendments to the City's LDC are required to create new and revised implementing zones, including two new Community Plan Implementation Overlay Zones (CPIOZ Type A and Type B) for proposed commercial and industrial land use designations under the CPU and the creation of new zones to implement the new International Business and Trade (IBT 1-1) and Business Park Residential (BRT) land use designations.

4. Otay Mesa Community Plan Public Facilities Financing Plan (PFFP) Update. The PFFP includes the community's boundary, a development forecast and analysis, a capital improvement program, and an updated fee schedule. Both Facilities Benefit Assessments (FBAs) and Development Impact Fees (DIFs) provide funding sources for public facilities projects in Otay Mesa. An updated PFFP would be adopted with the CPU to allow for implementation of the CPU.

The updated Otay Mesa Community Plan would provide a long-range, comprehensive policy framework for growth and development in Otay Mesa over the next 20 to 30 years. Guided by citywide policy direction contained within the General Plan (adopted by the City Council on March 8, 2008), the updated community plan will identify a land use strategy with new land use designation proposals to create villages, activity centers and industrial/employment centers along major transportation corridors, while strengthening cultural and business linkages to Tijuana, Mexico via the Otay Mesa Port of Entry, as well as other enhancements to the existing planning area. The Otay Mesa Community Plan Update (Project) will be consistent with and implement the City's General Plan and will include the following 8 elements: Land Use; Mobility; Urban Design; Economic Prosperity; Public Facilities, Services and Safety; Recreation; Historic Preservation; and Noise. In conformance with CEQA Section 15152, the environmental analyses for the draft PEIR would “tier” from the General Plan Final PEIR (Project No. 104495/ SCH No. 2006091032) and will incorporate by reference the general discussions disclosed in this certified environmental document.

The CPU contemplates land use designations that support a fully integrated circulation system which includes, but is not limited to, high frequency transit and/or public transportation. Circulation changes (i.e., roadway deletions, reclassifications, and alignment modifications) would involve primarily Siempre Viva Road, Beyer Boulevard, Otay Mesa Road, Old Otay Mesa Road, Airway Road, Heritage Road (north and south of SR-905), Cactus Road, Britannia Road, La Media Road, Otay Valley Road, and Lonestar Road. Moreover, the CPU takes into account the alignment for the recently opened SR-905, which is different from that assumed in the existing community plan.

The CPU would re-designate land uses to increase the number of allowed residential units and reduce the acreage for industrial uses. New land use designations are proposed to allow the establishment of industrial centers, mixed commercial and residential uses, and, where appropriate, residential uses near industrial uses. Modified industrial and commercial land use designations also are included that are similar to the industrial intensity found in the adopted community plan. The International Business and Trade (IBT) would be the dominant industrial land use designation. Other features of the CPU include:

--- Increasing housing unit yield in the southwestern residential areas
--- Creating a village center in an area south of SR-905 and west of Britannia
Boulevard
--- Designating a corridor of Business Park industrial uses along SR-905
--- Seeking to enhance the image of the community along SR-905 with flex
space and corporate office users flanking the freeway
--- Encouraging outdoor storage and heavy industry uses to shift to the border area

Applicant:
City of San Diego Planning & Neighborhood Restoration Department

Recommended Finding: The draft PEIR concludes that the project would result in significant environmental impacts to the following areas: Land Use, Air Quality, Biological Resources, Transportation/Circulation, Geology/Soils, Historical Resources, Hydrology/Water Quality, Paleontological Resources, Human Health/Public Safety/Hazardous Materials, Noise, Utilities, and Greenhouse Gas Emissions.

Availability in Alternative Format:
To request this Notice, the draft PEIR and/or supporting documents in alternative format, call the Development Services Department at 619-446-5460 or (800) 735-2929 (TEXT TELEPHONE).

Additional Information: For environmental review information, contact Myra Hermann at (619) 446-5372. The draft PEIR and supporting documents may be reviewed, or purchased for the cost of reproduction, at the Fifth floor of the Development Services Center. If you are interested in obtaining additional copies of either the Compact Disk (CD), a hard-copy of the draft PEIR, or the separately bound technical appendices, they can be purchased for an additional cost. For information regarding the Community Plan Update process or public meetings/hearings on this project, contact Senior Planner, Theresa Millette at (619) 235-5206.

The draft OMCPU can be viewed online at:
http://www.sandiego.gov/planning/community/cpu/otaymesa/index.shtml

The draft PEIR can be viewed online at: http://www.sandiego.gov/planning/community/cpu/otaymesa/documents/index.shtml

This notice was published in the SAN DIEGO DAILY TRANSCRIPT and distributed on September 10, 2013

Cathy Winterrowd
Interim Deputy Director
Development Services Department
Pub Sep 10 -00114087


CITY OF SAN DIEGO
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the City of San Diego will receive bids for commodities and services. Bid packages can be downloaded from the City of San Diego's Bid & Contract Opportunities web page, found at http://www.sandiego.gov under the Business section.
If you are unable to utilize the online option, bid packages can be requested by calling the Purchasing & Contracting Department at (619) 236-6000.
1. Furnish the City of San Diego with Uniforms for ESD Collection Services Division, as may be required for a period of one (1) year from date of award, with options to renew for four (4) additional one (1) year periods, in accordance with the attached specifications in accordance with the attached specifications.
Bid No. 10038890-14-V Bid Closing Date: October 16, 2013 @ 3:00 p.m.
Dennis Gakunga
Director of Purchasing & Contracting
Pub Sep 10 -00114081


City of San Diego
NOTICE OF CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING
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Date of Meeting: Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Time of Meeting: 10:00 A.M.
Place of Meeting: Council Chambers, 12th Floor,
City Administration Building,
202 "C" Street, San Diego, CA
Project Name: Barrio Logan Public Facilities Financing Plan
Update FY2014
Community Plan Area: Barrio Logan
Council District: 8
Contact Information: Vicki Burgess, (619) 533-3684

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 Tuesday, September 17, 2013 at 10:00 A.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 the Barrio Logan Public Facilities Financing Plan. Consideration of the matter will include:

1. Approving, denying or amending the Fiscal Year 2014 Public
Facilities Financing Plan for the Barrio Logan Community: and
2. Rescinding existing development impact fees for all properties with
the Barrio Logan Community.
3. Approve the establishment of new Development Impact Fees for all
property within the Barrio Logan Community.

The Barrio Logan 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
Vicki Burgess at 619-533-3684 or Vburgess@sandiego.gov.

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 rose 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 Dates: 9-03-13 and 9-10-13 LIZ MALAND, SAN DIEGO CITY CLERK
Pub Sep 3, 10 -00113797

CITY OF SAN DIEGO
DATE OF NOTICE: August 29, 2013
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
TUESDAY, September 10, 2013 at 10:00AM
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO WILL CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. O-2014-2 and ORDINANCE NO. O-2014-7, PURSUANT TO SECTION 99 OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO, Job Order Contracting (JOC) SP13 Street Paving #1 and Job Order Contracting (JOC) SP13 Street Paving # 2 respectively. For additional information; Jim Shamlouford, 619-533-3160.

CONSIDERATION OF THE ORDINANCE WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING ON TUESDAY, September 10, 2013 IN THE CITY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 12TH FLOOR, 202 C STREET, SAN DIEGO, CA 92101 AT 10:00 A.M.. OR AS SOON THEREAFTER AS BUSINESS ALLOWS.

A COMPLETE COPY OF ORDINANCE O-2014-2 and ORIDINANCE O-2014- 7 IS AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK OF THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO, CITY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, 202 C STREET, 2ND FLOOR, SAN DIEGO, CA 92101.

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).
LIZ MALAND
SAN DIEGO CITY CLERK
Pub Aug 29, 30, Sept 2-10 -00113783



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