February 21, 2019 Commission Meeting
Bay Area Metro Center
375 Beale Street
Yerba Buena Room, First Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105
Call to Order
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 strongly 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.
Approval of Minutes of February 7, 2019 Meeting
Report of the Chair
Report of the Executive Director
Commission Consideration of Administrative Matters
- Public Hearing and Possible Vote on Alameda Landing Waterfront Mixed-Use Development Project; BCDC Permit Application No. 2018.004.00
The Commission will hold a public hearing and possibly vote on an application for BCDC Permit No. 2018.004.00 by Catellus Alameda Development, LLC and the Successor Agency to the Community Improvement Commission of the City of Alameda to develop a mixed-use neighborhood and waterfront park on a 22.8-acre site at the Alameda Landing waterfront, across the Alameda-Oakland Estuary from Jack London Square, at the terminuses of Fifth and Bette Streets in the City of Alameda, Alameda County. The proposed project would consist of residential, commercial and retail development, and a public waterfront park and greenway connecting the park to surface streets. The waterfront park would be developed on and adjacent to an historic wharf structure and would include a plaza, promenade, pocket parks, dock and kayak launch, parking, and other public access improvements. View corridors would be provided through the residential neighborhood.
(Rebecca Coates-Maldoon) [415/352-3634; email@example.com]
Exhibits A-G // Staff Presentation
- Public Hearing and Possible Vote on PG&E’s Potrero Power Plant Remediation Project in the City and County of San Francisco; Material Amendment No. Three to BCDC Permit No. M2017.005.00
The Commission will hold a public hearing and possibly vote on Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E), the Port of San Francisco’s and the California Barrel Company, LLC’s application for a material amendment to BCDC Permit No. M2017.005.00 for the Potrero Power Plant and Pier 70 Bay and shoreline remediation project. The project would: (1) remove PAH contaminated sediments and riprap along the powerplant and Pier 70 shoreline; (2) dredge and excavate PAH contaminated sediments, and cap remaining sediments offshore in intertidal and subtidal areas; (3) improve and expand a shoreline revetment area within the site; and (4) install a temporary pier, deck, roadway, and work areas to transfer dredged material to land for processing and disposal at an appropriate landfill outside the Commission’s jurisdiction.
(Pascale Soumoy) [415/352-3669; firstname.lastname@example.org]
Exhibits // Staff Recommendation // Presentation
- Briefing from Port of San Francisco Seawall Program
The Commission will receive a briefing by Elaine Forbes, Executive Director of the Port of San Francisco, on the Embarcadero Seawall Program.
(Shannon Fiala) [415/352-3665; email@example.com]
- Briefing in support of Bay Plan Amendment 1-17 for Bay Fill for habitat
The Commission will receive the second in a series of briefings on science in support of Bay Plan Amendment 1-17. Michelle Orr, Wetlands and Estuaries director at Environmental Science Associates, will review the evolution of restoration projects in the Bay over the past 40+ years, share lessons learned from these projects, and provide some thoughts on the future of restoration in the Bay.
(Megan Hall) [415/352-3626; firstname.lastname@example.org]