Emergency permits processed by Coastal Commission for 100 and 360 Esplanade

Emergency permits processed by Coastal Commission for 100 Esplanade February 16, 2010 and 360 Esplanade March 3, 2001.

EMERGENCY PERMITS

  1. 2-10-007-G Land’s End Associates, Llc; Rjr Engineering, Attn: Robert Anderson (Pacifica, San Mateo County) [February 16, 2010]
  2. 2-10-011-G Aimco, Esplanade Avenue Apartments, Llc, Attn: Sean Finnegan (Pacifica, San Mateo County)  [March 3, 2001]
REPORT OF EMERGENCY PERMITS
The Executive Director has determined that the following developments do not require a coastal development permit pursuant to Section 13142 of the California Code of Regulations because the devlopment is necessary to protect life and public property or to maintain public services.
Applicant
Project Description
Project Location
2-10-007-G
Land’s End Associates, Llc
Rjr Engineering, Attn: Robert
Anderson
Construction of a temporary access road and
installation of a riprap revetment on the beach along
the length of the property, as shown in the project
plans attached as Appendix 3 to the letter from RJR
Engineering to Redwood Construction, dated January
31, 2010.
100 Esplanade Way. Pacifica (San Mateo County)

2-10-011-G
Aimco, Esplanade Avenue
Apartments, Llc, Attn: Sean Finnegan

Installation of an approximately 3,240-square-foot,
50-foot-high soil nail wall along an approximately 40-
foot-long section of the upper bluff consisting of (1)
approximately 50-foot-long soil nails placed at 5-foot
intervals in both the vertical and horizontal direction,
(2) a facing element such as shotcrete with wire mesh
reinforcement. and (3) drainage panels behind the
wall facing.

NOTE: This Emergency Permit No. 2-10-011-G
supercedes and replaces Emergency Permit No. 2-10-
006-G previously approved by the Executive Director
authorizing the following temporary emergency work:
Installation of a soil nail wall along an approximately
’40-foot long section of the upper bluff consisting of
(1) approximately 30-foot-long soil nails placed at 5-;
foot vertical intervals in both the vertical and
horizontal direction, (2) a facing element such as
shotcrete with wire mesh reinforcement and (3)
drainage panels behind the wall facing.

360 Esplanade, Pacifica (San Mateo County)

For a complete chronology and links to many more photos see Evacuation underway at 330 Esplanade:

http://adequatebird.com/2009/12/17/evacuation-underway-at-330-esplanade/

See all of my pictures of the Esplanade crisis:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/chrisd2006/collections/72157622920945823/

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