I am concerned the Port of San Diego has released its revised Draft of its Master Plan and has set a shorter than normal review period and scheduled this over the holidays with a due date of Dec. 23, 2021 for comment-- before it goes to the Coastal Commission next year for approval. This document will guide the land use of the Coronado Tidelands for the next 30 years.

I am asking the City Council to schedule a community meeting as soon as possible to get Coronado residents input on this new draft and address the areas of success, areas we still need to clarify, and understand the importance of “going on the record” for the California Coastal Commission and educating our new Coronado Port Representative as soon as possible as our current Port Representative, Mr. Gary Bonelli is soon to retire and be replaced.

Coronado residents viewpoints given in a timely and informed manner will help with the best outcomes for all. Search online: Port of San Diego Draft Master Plan tracked changes version Nov 2021.

Thank you.

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