Revised January 21, 2021 Commission Meeting

Due to the COVID-19 public health orders, and in accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order No. N-29-20 issued on March 17, 2020, this meeting will be held online and by teleconference.

The public is welcome to participate during the meeting.

There will be no physical meeting location for attendees.

1:00 p.m.
(415) 352-3600

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Teleconference numbers:
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Meeting ID
885 9281 2253
Password
941216

If you call in by telephone:

  • Press *6 to unmute or mute yourself
  • Press *9 to raise your hand or lower your hand to speak

Note: Agenda Item 11 will be taken after Agenda Item No. 7.

Tentative Agenda

  1. Call to Order

  2. Roll Call

  3. 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.
    (Steve Goldbeck)

  4. Approval of Minutes of December 17, 2020 Meeting
    (Peggy Atwell)

  5. Report of the Chair

  6. Report of the Executive Director

  7. Commission Consideration of Administrative Matters
    (Brad McCrea)

  1. Consideration of and Possible Vote Regarding the Proposed Agreement with the City of Sausalito Regarding Richardson Bay
    The Commission will consider and possibly vote on the Enforcement Committee’s recommendation that the Executive Director be authorized to execute an agreement with the City of Sausalito to resolve the Richardson Bay enforcement matter. Measures in the proposed agreement include enforcement of City ordinances limiting the time that vessels may anchor in City waters, City efforts to assist in transitioning anchor-outs off the Richardson Bay anchorage, and measures that will be undertaken to address impacts to eelgrass and other subtidal habitat, as well as other actions necessary to achieve compliance with the Richardson Bay Special Area Plan and other applicable Commission laws and policies.
    (Karen Donovan) [415/352-3628; karen.donovan@bcdc.ca.gov] (Adrienne Klein) [415/352-3609; adrienne.klein@bcdc.ca.gov]
    Presentation
  1. Public Hearing and Possible Vote on the Heron’s Head Shoreline Resilience Project by Port of San Francisco in India Basin in the City and County of San Francisco; BCDC Permit Application No. M1998.003.05
    The Commission will hold a public hearing and possible vote on an application for a material amendment to an existing permit for the Port of San Francisco to stabilize the southern shoreline of the Heron’s Head Park in India Basin in the City and County of San Francisco. The proposed project involves adding Bay fill to construct a beach in front of the existing tidal marsh and installing oyster reef balls on the mudflats near the beach. The project also includes the installation of new public access signage and amenities, including new/updated interpretive signs, wayfinding signs, and two improved seating areas.
    (Anniken Lydon) [415/352-3624; anniken.lydon@bcdc.ca.gov]
    Exhibits // Staff Recommendation // Exhibit A - Public Access Plan // Exhibit B - Project Site Plan // Exhibit C - Park Directional Signage

  2. Public Hearing and Possible Vote on the Alameda Point Site A, Phase 1 Development Project in the City of Alameda, Alameda County; BCDC Permit Application No. 2017.001.00
    The Commission will hold a public hearing and possibly vote on an application by Alameda Point Partners, LLC and the City of Alameda for a mixed-use neighborhood and waterfront park on a 30-acre site (“Site A”) at the northeastern corner of Seaplane Lagoon, in the City of Alameda, Alameda County.
    (Rebecca Coates-Maldoon) [415/352-3634; rebecca.coates-maldoon@bcdc.ca.gov]
    Exhibits // Staff Recommendation // Exhibit A // Exhibit B // Staff Presentation // Presentation

  3. Public Hearing and Possible Vote on the India Basin Open Space and 700 Innes Mixed-Use Development project, by India Basin Investments, LLC, the Port of San Francisco, and San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department, at the Terminus of Arelious Walker Drive, Along the India Basin Shoreline, in the City of County of San Francisco (Application for BCDC Permit 2020.001.00)
    The Commission will hold a public hearing and possible vote on an application for India Basin Investments, LLC, the Port of San Francisco, and San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department to redevelop a 29-acre site for mixed uses, including waterfront park and open space, residential, commercial, and retail uses, along the India Basin Shoreline in the City of County of San Francisco. The proposed project involves constructing waterfront park areas including a public boat launch, creating or enhancing wetland and other habitat areas, building and repairing infrastructure, constructing commercial recreational facilities, and other improvements. Approximately 7.29 acres of required public access areas would be developed along the project shoreline, including existing required public access areas.
    (Schuyler Olsson) [415/352-3668; schuyler.olsson@bcdc.ca.gov]
    Exhibits // Public Comment Letters // Staff Recommendation // Exhibit A // Exhibit B // Exhibit C // Exhibit D

  1. Adjournment

How to Provide Comments and Comment Time Limits. Please note that during the current State of Emergency in California, we are conducting meetings solely by conference call and livestreaming over the internet. There is no physical location for the meeting. If you would like to comment at the beginning of the meeting or on an item scheduled for a public hearing, you may do so in one of three ways: (1) emailing comments in advance to public comment, up until 10 a.m. on the day of the meeting; (2) by telephone during the public comment periods of the meeting; and (3) by participating via internet.

If participating by internet, please go to zoom link listed above on your internet enabled device. You will be asked to click on the “raise your hand button” and then wait to speak when called upon.  You may also participate by telephone by calling the numbers listed above, and when the chair asks for comments from the public phoning in, select *6 to unmute your phone and you will then be called upon.  We ask that everyone use the mute button when not speaking.  It is also important that you not put your phone on hold.  Each speaker may be limited to a maximum of three minutes during the public comment period.  Any speakers who exceed the time limits or interfere with the meeting may be muted by the Chair.  You are encouraged to submit written comments of any length and detailed information to the staff prior to the meeting at the email address above, which will be distributed to the Commission members. Applicants are responsible for presenting their projects at the public hearing. If you need information or help accessing the meeting, please email technical support or call the Commission staff.

Internet Access to Commission Meeting Material. Public notices of Commission meetings and staff reports dealing with most matters on the meeting agendas can be found on BCDC's website, by accessing Commission Meetings under the “public meetings” tab on the website, then selecting the date of the meeting.

Questions and Staff Reports. If you have any questions concerning an item on the agenda or would like to receive notice of future hearings, or staff reports related to the item, please contact the staff member whose name, email address and direct phone number are indicated in parenthesis at the end of the agenda item.

Campaign Contributions. State law requires Commissioners to disqualify themselves from voting on any matter if they have received a campaign contribution from an interested party within the past 12 months. If you intend to speak on any hearing item, please indicate in your testimony if you have made campaign contributions in excess of $250 to any Commissioner within the last year, and if so, to which Commissioner(s) you have contributed. Other legal requirements govern contributions by applicants and other interested parties and establish criteria for Commissioner conflicts of interest. Please consult with the staff counsel if you have any questions about the rules that pertain to campaign contributions or conflicts of interest.

Access to Meetings.Meetings are accessible to persons with disabilities. If you require special assistance or have technical questions, please contact staff prior to the meeting via email. We will attempt to make the meeting accessible via Zoom accessibility capabilities.  During the current State of Emergency in California, before the meeting public comment in writing is encouraged via email. During the meeting participation will occur by using the internet or by phone as discussed above.

Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act. As a state agency, the Commission is governed by the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act which requires the Commission to: (1) publish an agenda at least ten days in advance of any meeting; (2) describe specifically in that agenda the items to be trans¬acted or dis¬cussed; and (3) refuse to add an item subsequent to the published agenda. In addi¬tion to these gen¬eral requirements, the Bagley-Keene Act and the Governor’s Executive Order No. N-29-20 issued on March 17, 2020 include other specific provisions about how meetings are to be announced and conducted.

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