Next monthly meeting: The next regular meeting is being moved up to Monday, July 27, 2015 at 5:30 p.m. in the Community Room at the Linda Vista Branch Library, 2160 Ulric Street, San Diego, CA 92111. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend all meetings.
Upcoming Projects that will be scheduled for review at a future meeting:
AT&T Mobility Kearny Mesa Park (#379729) a CUP, SDP, NUP, and NDP (Process 4) to install a new wireless communication facility that consists of 12 antennas mounted on a 35’ monoeucalyptus and a 240 SF equipment building with a 150 SF storage room attached for Park & Rec use. This project is located at 3050 Armstrong Street in Kearny Mesa Park in OP-1-1 zone.
Mesa Chevron CUP (#364095) for a Type 20 odff-sale of beer and wine and ammendment to C-9175 for an expansion to an existing 532 SF convenience store by convertin/adding an existing 3-bay mechanic ship (1,128 SF) into the convenience store and adding a new 80 SF addition for a total convenience store of 1,740 SF. The project is located at 7611 Linda Vista Road and is zoned CN-1-2 and CC-1-1. See assessment letter here.
The Draft Plan of the Morena Boulevard Station Area Planning Study is available for review here. A hard copy is also available at the Linda Vista library. This study will be the subject of planning group review by a special ad hoc committee and brought forward to the full planning group at a future meeting for a formal recommendation to the City Planning Department.
Notice of Planning Commission hearing on Dunlop Street Apts (#295340) on Thursday, June 25, 2015 at 9:00 AM. See copy of notice here.
Comprehensive Active Transportation Strategy
Improving the walking and biking network in Linda Vista
The City of San Diego has initiated the Linda Vista Comprehensive Active Transportation Strategy (CATS) plan in support of efforts to promote active transportation options through pedestrian and bicycle improvements. The purpose of the Linda Vista CATS plan is to develop a network that provides direct and convenient connections for residential areas, schools, employment centers, transit stations, public places, retail, and community destinations. Read more here.
Sewer Line Replacement Requires Road Closures and Some Inconvenience
K-2 sewer rehabilitation project is under construction. The major scope of work involves installing sewer cleanouts at the property line of about 850 addresses mostly within the Linda Vista area.
This works involves excavating a hole to access the existing sewer line, cutting into the line, lining the existing lateral with a cured in place pipe (pipe within a pipe) and then installing a sewer cleanout at the property line for future City maintenance purposes. The contractor, SC Valley Construction, has started this major scope of work within Ulric Street and the surrounding cul-de-sacs as of July 14, 2014 and work is planned through January 2015 (and possibly longer).
There will be some inconvenience to residents while work is taking place within their streets such as parking issues, heavy equipment, traffic control, excavations, dirt piles, etc. The contractor may be working on Dunlop Street around September or October period. See more info on this fact sheet on the project, and a map of the neighborhoods affected.
Companies Donate Time and Materials to Build Boys & Girls Clubs STEM Lab in Linda Vista
Employees of McCarthy Building Companies Inc. teamed with a group of consultants and subcontractors recently to give the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego a new STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) Lab and outdoor garden area at its Ron Roberts Family Branch in Linda Vista, located at 2230 East Jewett Street.
The project entailed demolition of the old space and tenant improvement remodeling of two rooms encompassing 1,372 square feet, previously used as multi-purpose space, plus a small room that has been converted to a Robotics Lab. The new STEM Lab features flooring, walls, built-in desks, and cabinetry in a neutral palette of earth tones, with a lime green accent wall that complements the green lab stools.
Cummingham Group served as the interior space planner and designer.
McCarthy, Cunningham Group and the project subcontractors donated all time and materials, valued at $187,410.
UMEC handled plumbing, with McCarthy and ValleyCrest Landscape digging outdoor trenches; Pecoraro, painting; Arrowwoods, casework; DOW Diversified, Lab casework; DFS Flooring, carpet and VCT resilient-type flooring; McCarthy, doors; ISEC, Inc., furniture; UMEC, HVAC; and McCarthy and ValleyCrest Landscape handled design and installation of landscape and irrigation.
Source: San Diego Metro Magazine
LINDA VISTA TO RECEIVE $3 MILLION FOR SKATE PARK
A big 'thank you' to planning department's Brian Schoenfisch for his efforts to put together the city's grant application to the state. Also, a shout out to San Diego City Councilman Scott Sherman for advocating for Linda Vista on this issue.
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