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Presentations on Fracking & Other Well Stimulation Treatments presented to the Coastal Commission at the February 2014 meeting
Presentations on Well Stimulation in California: Senate Bill 4 (Pavley), Overview of Regulation, and California's Experience with Hydraulic Fracturing
Draft Sea-Level Rise Policy Guidance
Commission staff is now seeking input from the public on the proposed Draft Sea-level Rise Policy Guidance. The public comment period closed on February 14, 2014. For more information, visit the SLR Guidance page.
LCP Assistance Grant Program
The California Coastal Commission announces the availability of grants to support local governments responsible for planning under the Coastal Act to develop and update Local Coastal Programs, especially to address the effects of climate change.
New and Notable:
Press Release: Coastal Commission Announces Agreement to Restore Damage to a Historic Native American Village Site (September 13, 2013)
Oil Spill Prevention and Response - Guidance Document for Oil and Gas Project Applications (July 2013)
YouTube video clip of Update on Hydraulic Fracturing (Fracking), presented to the Coastal Commission on August 15, 2013. To view the full video archive for the day, click here and click the Complete video for August 15, 2013.
Press Release: Coastal Commission Receives Budget Augmentation for Local Coastal Program work (July 17, 2013)
Celebrating 40 Years of Coastal Protection: Winner of the American Planning Association, California Chapter, Award of Excellence (video)
Press Release: November 7, 2012: California Coastal Commission's 40th AnniversaryCalifornia Voters Passed Proposition 20 (November 2, 2012)
40th Anniversary Press Kit
See presentations of accomplishments up and down the coast.
Commission Approves Major Redevelopment of Chula Vista Bayfront
With broad support from the community, the Coastal Commission unanimously approved the Chula Vista Bayfront Master Plan at its August 2012 meeting. See more about this and other recent Commission accomplishments.
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See briefings such as the Federal Consistency Program Briefing from February 9, as well as previous ones on open meetings, vertical accessways, wetlands, and the Coastal Act.
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