October 6, 2016 Enforcement Committee Meeting
Time and Location
9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Port of San Francisco Board Room
San Francisco, CA 94111
- Call to Order
- Roll Call
- Selection of a Chair
- Public Comment
Public Hearing and Possible Vote on a Recommended Enforcement Decision Involving Proposed Cease and Desist and Civil Penalty Order No. CCD 2016.002; Point Buckler Club, LLC and John D. Sweeney
The Committee will hold a public hearing and possibly vote on a recommended enforcement decision including the proposed Cease and Desist and Civil Penalty Order No. CCD 2016.002 that would be issued by the Commission, following a second public meeting on November 17, 2016, to Point Buckler Club, LLC and John D. Sweeney (Respondents) for alleged violations at Point Buckler Island, located off the western tip of Simmons Island in the Suisun Marsh, Solano County. The recommended enforcement decision would in part require the Respondents to: (1) cease and desist from placing any fill within, or making any substantial change in use of any area subject to tidal action, or that was subject to tidal action before Respondents commenced the unauthorized activities without securing a permit from BCDC as required under Government Code Section 66632(a); (2) cease and desist from conducting or engaging in any “development” as defined in Public Resources Code Section 29114(a) without securing a marsh development permit from the Commission as required under Public Resources Code Sections 29500 and 29501(a); (3) No later than February 10, 2017, submit a Point Buckler Restoration Plan, acceptable to the Executive Director, that proposes corrective actions designed to restore the water quality functions and values of the tidal marsh that existed prior to the Respondents’ unauthorized activities and a Mitigation and Monitoring Plan, acceptable to the Executive Director, that includes a proposal to provide compensatory mitigation for any temporal and permanent impacts to wetlands and other waters of the State that resulted from unauthorized activities at the Site; (4) By no later than March 10, 2017, apply for a permit to request authorization from the Commission for the placement of fill, extraction of materials, substantial change in use, or development activities that Respondents have conducted or performed at the Site at any time from April 19, 2011 through the date of this Order; and (5) Within 30 days of the Effective Date of this Order, pay a civil penalty of $952,000.
(Marc Zeppetello) [415/352-3655; firstname.lastname@example.org]
(Maggie Weber) [415/352-3668; email@example.com]
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