Seaside City Council Review of Oak Woodland Area Concepts

The City Council of Seaside received a presentation from Denise Duffy & Associates’ Erin Harwayne on May 17, 2018. They discussed the current draft Oak Woodland Conservation Areas and indicated general preference for the development of a draft management and monitoring plan based on a 48-acre area in City of Seaside. The corresponding staff report and supporting materials are available at:


Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Seaside

Date/Time:  November 16, 2017 at 5:30 p.m.

Location: City Hall Chambers, 440 Harcourt Avenue, Seaside

The  Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Seaside (aka Oversight Committee) received a presentation on the progress of preparation of an Oak Woodland Conservation Plan (OWCP) on the former Fort Ord and discussed proposed Oak Woodland Conservation Area concepts which could be presented at the next public workshop. The Agenda packet can be accessed at:  City of Seaside website. **There was an error in the Concept 5 map published in this packet. The map was corrected and distributed to all at the meeting. The corrected map is here:

OWCP Preliminary Concept 5.corrected

Since the last public workshop, the County, City, FORA, and DD&A have met with the City of Marina, CSUMB, MPC, and UCFONR to discuss potential conservation areas and constraints with property owners. The results of those discussions were presented to the Oversight Committee.


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