NAVAL TRAINING CENTER
CITIZEN'S IMPLEMENTATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Bayside Conference Center
March 8, 2000
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
9:00-10:00 Driving Tour of the Naval Training Center
10:00 Neil Arthur, Chair, called the meeting to order
Marcela Escobar-Eck introduced Hank Cunningham, the Redevelopment Agency Deputy
Executive Director. She presented the current status of the project (Disposition and
Development Agreement, Transient Occupancy Tax) and provided the following
- Map of Peninsula/surrounding area overview
- Public vs. private ownership areas, including acreage
- Background and summary of Bay to Bay
- CNEL lines from Airport environs overlay zone and recent quarterly noise report
- Disposition and Development Agreement overview, including Agency objectives
and structure of the transaction
Current land use planning efforts
Precise Plan overview
Steve Silverman with Rick Engineering explained the Precise Plan including the
information compiled to create the Plan. Discussion of noise contours, traffic,
EIR status and process. Marcela explained the City's environmental review
process per the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).
Site Plan overview and Master Planned Development Permit
Neil Arthur introduced Mark Steele who discussed the design concepts and
presented the architectural drawings which have been submitted to the City for
staff review. Discussion of Peninsula Community Planning Group concerns:
residential lot sizes, underground and aboveground parking, and the architectural
design of the business area. Discussion of the golf course and performance bonds
relating to the park.
June Dudas introduced the members of the Park Subcommittee. These meetings
will begin in the next several weeks. The members will be making
recommendations to the Citizen's Implementation Advisory Committee regarding
the design of the public park areas.
Guidelines for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings
More information will be brought forth at a later meeting. Marcela will
coordinate with the Historic Site Board to get their input on how they want to
- Review Calendar
The Historic District will be on the agenda for the Wednesday, April 12, 2000, meeting.
An invitation to attend the presentation and discussion will be extended to the NTC
Subcommittee of the Historic Resources Board.
- Public Comment
1. Linda Sheridan, representing San Diego Cultural Arts Alliance - Linda is interested in
the arts and culture element of the Historic District. She stated that her project would be
in compliance with the Reuse Plan and would have less of an impact on traffic than other
2. Jim Peugh, representing San Diego Audubon Society - Jim's concerns include water
quality measures, surface drainage, and waterfowl habitat.
- 12:00 Adjourn