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Ratify Direction Given to Staff Relative to the Shoreline and Forest Management Plans 03-04-14

Ratify Direction Given to Staff Relative to the Shoreline and Forest Management Plans 03-04-14

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Carmel City Council Agenda Item
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CITY OF
CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA
Council Report March 4 2014 Honorable
Mayor
and
Members
of
the
City Council Jason Stilwell City
dministrator
Sharon
Fr
iedrichsen Public Services Director Ratify direction given
to
s
taff
relative
to
the
Shoreline and Forest Management Plans workshop discussion
of
February
3
2014
Recommendation s):
Receive and file.
Executive Summary:
On
February
3
2014
the
Carmel-by-the-Sea City Council held a workshop regarding
the
Shoreline Management Plan and Forest Management
Plan
. The Council received a detailed presentation regarding these issues and also received
input from the
public.
Analysis/Discussion:
The February 3 2014 workshop on
the
Shoreline and Forest Management Plans included
input from
staff and
the
public followed by comments
from the
Council. The review
of
these plans was a key initiative in 2013 and
implementation
of
these plans will continue
as
a 2014 initiative including
the primary
focus on
the
following issues: Forest Management Plan: Overall
the
Plan
is
solid and
the
focus needs
to
be
on implementation. Recognize we are
not
maintaining
the
forest today
let
alone 10 years ago.
Age
profiles especially
for
pines suggest we have
an
aging
forest
and are currently replacing
only
a fraction
of
what
is
needed. Operating budgets should be
at
a level
to
match
current
replacement needs then
to
work
on
the tree
replanting deficit
from
past years Replacement
tree
tagging
[for
private property] was passed by
the
California Coastal Commission and should be
in
place very soon. Encourage a
joint
meeting
of
th
e Forest and Beach Commission and
the
Planning Commission
to
look
at
intersecting issues.
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