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On January 24, 2013, Scripps Media, Inc. filed with the Federal Communications Commission applications for transfer of control of the license of Station KZSD-LP, serving San Diego, California. KZSD-LD
broadcasts on channel 41, at 15 kW ERP.
The transferor is The Edward W. Scripps Trust, whose trustees are John H. Burlingame, Mary McCabe Peirce, and Nackey E. Scagliotti. This trust terminated by its terms in 2012, and, under orders of a probate court, the trustees intend to distribute the trust's shares in the corporate parent of Scripps Media, Inc. to the trust beneficiaries.
The transferee is the Scripps Family Shareholders, a group that includes these beneficiaries and certain other descendants of Edward W. Scripps, all of whom are listed in the application. The attributable parties to the transferee are Peter R. La Dow, Barbara Victoria Scripps Evans, Paul K. Scripps, and Eaton M. Scripps.
Pub Feb 11 -00107425
CIVIC SAN DIEGO
Date of Publication: Monday, February 11, 2013
As a nearby property owner, or person who has requested notice, you are hereby notified that Civic San Diego (CivicSD) Board of Directors (Board) will hold a public hearing to consider a Centre City Development Permit and Planned Development Permit for the BLUE SKY
project: A two-tower residential project on a full-block site (60,223 square feet) bounded by Eight and Ninth avenues and A and B streets in the East Village neighborhood. If approved, the permits would allow for the construction of two high-rise residential towers containing a total of 939 residential units. The towers will be 21-25/20-24 stories tall with heights of 200-250 feet. The project will also provide 977 parking spaces. Implementation of the project will require consideration of a Centre City Development Permit and Planned Development Permit to allow deviations from development standards, including but not limited to: 1) requirements for the design of the ground floor including a) reduction of habitable space; b) reduction of transparency; c) increase in blank walls; and, d) reduction in garage encapsulation; 2) requirements for towers to a) increase the north/south dimension from 200 feet to 268 feet; b) increase in the lot coverage from 50% to 61%; and, c) reduction in tower separation from 60 feet to 57 feet; 3) reduction in the width of parking stalls from 9.0 feet to 8.5 feet adjacent to walls and increase in driveway slopes from 5% to 10%; 4) reduction in the amount of storage for residents from 30 square feet/unit to 10 square feet/unit); and, 5) modifications to standards for oriel window projections into the public right-of-way.PROJECT NAME: Blue Sky
PROJECT FILE #: Centre City Development Permit and Planned Development Permit
PROJECT APPLICANT: Gray Development, LLC
DATE AND TIME
OF PUBLIC HEARING: Wednesday, February 27, 2013 1:00 p.m.
LOCATION OF HEARING: 401 B Street, Suite 400, San Diego, CA 92101 COMMUNITY PLAN AREA: Downtown
COUNCIL DISTRICT: 3
PROJECT MANAGER: Brad Richter, Assistant Vice President, Planning
MAILING ADDRESS: 401 B Street, Suite 400, San Diego, CA 92101
PHONE NUMBER: (619) 533-7115
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The public is invited to attend this public hearing and express any comments to the Board, who will take the comments into consideration in its action. If you wish to challenge the action taken on the above proceedings in court, you may be limited to addressing only those issues you or someone else have raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or written correspondence to CivicSD at, or before, the public hearing.
The decision of the CivicSD Board is final unless an appeal is filed. The decision may be appealed to the Planning Commission by filing an appeal within ten (10) business days of the Board's decision. In order to file an appeal, you must have expressed an interest in the project by either submitting a written letter or
email to the Board prior to, or at, the public hearing or provided oral testimony at the public hearing.
This Project is covered under the Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) for the San Diego Downtown Community Plan, Centre City Planned District Ordinance, and 10th Amendment to the Centre City Redevelopment Plan, certified by the Former Redevelopment Agency (Former Agency) on March 14, 2006 (Resolution R-04001) and subsequent addenda to the FEIR certified by the Former Agency on August 3, 2007 (Former Agency Resolution R-04193), April 21, 2010 (Former Agency Resolutions R-04508 and R-04510), and August 3, 2010 (Former Agency Resolution R-04544). The Project is within the scope of the development program described in the FEIR and the potential environmental impacts of the Project were adequately addressed in the FEIR; therefore, no further environmental documentation will be required under California Environmental Quality Act.
If you have any questions after reviewing this notice, you can call the Project Manager listed above. Copies of the development plans for the project are available for public review in the offices of CivicSD located at 401 B Street, Suite 400, 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 Disability Services Program Coordinator at 236-5979 at least five working days prior to the meeting to ensure availability. Assistive Listening Devices are available for the meeting upon request.
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