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Huckleberry Hill Public Safety Radio Site

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Project Name: Huckleberry Hill Public Safety Radio Site
File number (s): PLN100516
Location:
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4041 Sunset Lane, Pebble Beach
Assessor's Parcel Number (s): 008-111-017-000
Planning Area: Del Monte Forest Land Use Plan
Planner: Luis Osorio, Senior Planner (831) 755-5177
Current Status: Project previously considered and approved by the Planning Commission. Approval by the Planning Commission appealed. The Board of Supervisors required the preparation of Environmental Impact Report.
Environmental Status: Draft Environmental Impact Report completed.
Project Description:

The Monterey County Emergency Communications Department and other local public safety agencies are participating in a project to deploy the Next Generation Emergency Network (NGEN) radio system for emergency communications throughout the County. The NGEN is proposed to upgrade the regional public safety wireless communication systems used by the member agencies; and to support critical communications of first responders to emergency calls. The new system would consolidate 33 existing telecommunication equipment sites into 18 sites. The Huckleberry Hill Public Radio Safety Site is part of the overall NGEN project and specifically includes the following:

1. Coastal Development Permit to allow the development of a public safety, non-commercial wireless telecommunications facility, including installation of a 100-foot monopole with 10 (10) Omni-directional antennas, two 4-goot diameter microwave dishes and one "Yagi" antenna; placement of a 276 squire foot equipment shelter with two roof-mounted GPS antennas; an emergency power generator and LPG tank; and grading (less than 100 cubic yards of cut and fill). The project requires removal of one Monterey Pine tree.

2. Coastal Development Permit for Ridgeline Development and

3. Design Approval

Key Dates:

 

  • Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) available for public review from July 14, 2014 through September 2, 2014.
  • Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors Hearing Dates to be determined
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