The following guidelines clarify the criteria for what is routine repair and maintenance of an existing animal facility for the protection of livestock from predators, and what is considered new development, which is subject to a permit under the SMMLCP. This policy applies only to properties that have existing, legally-established animal facilities in the Coastal Zone. Continue reading
From Los Angeles County Regional Planning:
Re: Project No. R2008-00115, R2008-00116, R2008-00257, R2008-00258-(3)- Conditional Use Permit No. 200800012, 200800013, 201000024, 201000025; – Variance No. 200800003, 200800004, 200800007, 200800008; Oak Tree Permit 201000006;
NPS DECISION REGARDING PERMIT REQUEST FOR PARAMOUNT RANCH.
From Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area Superintendent, David Szymanski:
APPEAL FILED …. On Monday, August 29, the Federation filed an appeal with Los Angeles County Regional Planning objecting to the ‘hearing officer’ approval of a CDP on Aug. 16, 16, 2016, for a 7400 square foot megamansion on Mulholland Highway: Coastal Development Permit No. 201500043. Project No. R2015-00871-(3).
Your opportunity to weigh in on the project and potential mitigation: Community meeting at Supervisor Sheila Kuehl’s District Office – Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 6:30 p.m. – 26600 Agoura Rd. #100 Calabasas, CA 91302. The proposed project is in a resource sensitive area and the environmental impacts are significant. It lies within a Significant Ecological Area (SEA), is adjacent to the Liberty Canyon Natural Preserve in Malibu Creek State Park, and is part of a regionally significant wildlife movement corridor connecting the Santa Monica Mountains with the Simi Hills and the Santa Susana Mountains via Liberty Canyon.
Kudos to the tireless Calabasas community activists who delivered petition signatures to the city of Calabasas yesterday to meet the July 21 deadline. And, a big thank you to so many Calabasas residents for signing the petition; for standing up for their city; for wanting to be informed and vote for upholding their planning laws; and to attempt to hold their elected and city employees accountable to the people.