The Coastal Commission Act protects access to the coast of California for every resident and visitor to our great State. Under the Act, local land use decisions for areas protected by the Act are managed through LCPs (Local Coastal Programs). There are 15 LCPs in San Diego County:
Unfortunately, many communities located just west of the Act's boundary are under attack by the false assumptions of SANDAG's Comprehensive Regional Plan which calls for heavy densification of neighborhoods identified as Transit Priority Areas.
Clairemont's current Community Plan restricts development to 30 feet heights, but the San Diego Planning Department is attempting to bust the limit.