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File #: 22-442    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 9/1/2022 In control: City Council
On agenda: 9/12/2022 Final action: 9/12/2022
Title: Adopt City Council Resolution Authorizing the Submittal of Local Coastal Program Grant Application for Funding from the California Coastal Commission
Indexes: Community Development
Attachments: 1. RESO CCC LCP Grant
Title
Adopt City Council Resolution Authorizing the Submittal of Local Coastal Program Grant Application for Funding from the California Coastal Commission

Summary
The California Coastal Commission provides funding to support local governments updating Local Coastal Programs (LCP), consistent with the Coastal Act and with a special emphasis on planning for climate change. The requested funding would be used for technical, economic, and policy analysis to prepare our coastal region for resilient and sustainable development. If awarded, the requested funding would provide the planning and technical assistance to update policies and programs of the City's Coastal General Plan related to Noyo Harbor. The goal of this funding request is to develop comprehensive information for informed decision making and recommendations for programs, policies, and actions to position our region for blue economy investment, and to integrate them into a Local Coastal Program (LCP) update. The following projects have been identified:
· Noyo Harbor District Charter and Alternatives Analysis;
· Develop inventory and assessment of the current condition of existing pilings, docks and structures, as well as identification of current land use(s) in order to increase productivity of Noyo Harbor parcels;
· Develop inventory and assessment of current boat slips within the mooring basin, including capacity and slip utilization to ensure maximum use and benefit; and
· Water Quality Profile to inform feasibility of aquaculture development both in Noyo Harbor and on the former Mill Site in order to diversify economic opportunities, as well as provide water for public aquariums and research.

Notification:
"Notify Me" Subscriber Lists: Blue Economy; Economic Development Planning
Noyo Ocean Collective: Noyo Harbor Commission, Sherwood Valley Band of Pomo Indians, Mendocino College, Mendocino County, Noyo Center for Marine Science
California Sea Grant Specialists: Luke Gardner and Kevin Johns...

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