July 16, 2015 Commission Meeting Notice
July 16, 2015
Port of San Francisco Board Room
San Francisco, CA 94111
- Call to Order
- Roll Call
- Public Comment Period (Each speaker is limited to three minutes)
A maximum of 15 minutes is available for the public to address the Commission on any matter on which the Commission either has not held a public hearing or is not scheduled for a public hearing later in the meeting. Speakers will be heard in the order of sign-up, and each speaker is generally limited to a maximum of three minutes. It is ly recommended that public comments be submitted in writing so they can be distributed to all Commission members for review. The Commission may provide more time to each speaker and can extend the public comment period beyond the normal 15-minute maximum if the Commission believes that it is necessary to allow a reasonable opportunity to hear from all members of the public who want to testify. No Commission action can be taken on any matter raised during the public comment period other than to schedule the matter for a future agenda or refer the matter to the staff for investigation unless the matter is scheduled for action by the Commission later in the meeting.
(Steve Goldbeck) [415/352-3611 firstname.lastname@example.org]
Approval of Minutes of June 4, 2015 Meeting
(Sharon Louie) [415/352-3638; email@example.com]
Report of the Chair
Report of the Executive Director
Commission Consideration Administrative Matters
(Bob Batha) [415/352-3612; firstname.lastname@example.org]
Vote on Proposed Coastal Management Program Assessment and Strategy
The Commission will vote on the proposed Coastal Management Program Assessment and Strategy. Every five years, NOAA requires the Commission to update its Assessment and Strategy. The Assessment evaluates nine coastal issue areas identified by the U.S. Congress as being nationally important, and identifies elements of the Commission’s Coastal Management Program that work well and those needing improvement. The proposed multi-year strategy addresses high priority issue areas that will guide future Section 309 grant expenditures to improve the Commission’s Coastal Management Program. A public comment period was held May 8–June 7, 2015, and a public hearing was held on May 21, 2015.
(Rebecca Coates-Maldoon) [415/352-3649; email@example.com]
Public Hearing and Possible Vote on Tesoro Refining & Marketing Company LLC’s Reconstruction of and Upgrades to The Golden Eagle Refinery/Marine Terminal, in the City of Martinez, Contra Costa County; BCDC Permit Application No. 2014.006.00
The Commission will hold a public hearing and possibly vote on a permit application to implement a project designed to meet seismic criteria established through the State of California Marine Oil Terminal Engineering and Maintenance Standards (“MOTEMS”) administered by the California State Lands Commission. The planned modifications to the terminal would not provide any increase or expansion of existing operations. The proposed project consists of the following primary activities: the demolition of an existing timber berth and an approachway providing wharf access to the upland refinery; the construction of a new berth with MOTEMS-required infrastructure; the reconstruction of the pile-supported approachway; and upgrades to a pipeway trestle to support existing pipelines.
(Jaime Michaels) [415/352-3613; firstname.lastname@example.org]
Commissioner Briefing on the Middle Harbor Enhancement Project by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Port of Oakland in the City of Oakland, Alameda County; BCDC Consistency Determination No. C2000.014.00 and Permit No. 2000.014.00
The Commission will receive a briefing from The Port of Oakland and the US Army Corps of Engineers on the status of the Middle Harbor Enhancement Project. The Middle Harbor Enhancement Area is a component of the Port of Oakland Fifty-Foot Deepening Project and is the only large-scale, in-Bay subtidal habitat restoration project in the Bay Area that used dredged sediment. Staff will describe the current phase of construction, anticipated future funding and current completion schedule.
(Brenda Goeden) [415/352-3623; email@example.com]
Lessons Learned from Approved Large Projects
The Commission will receive a briefing on the outcomes of select development projects for which the Commission issued BCDC permits, to illustrate how lessons were learned from those permit decisions.
(Brad McCrea) [415/352-3615; firstname.lastname@example.org]
Commission Review of Progress on the Commission’s Strategic Plan
The Commission will review and provide comments on the progress of the Commission’s Strategic Plan.
(Larry Goldzband) [415/352-3653; email@example.com]