Atid also pleaded for leniency, saying, “This has been with the Coastal Commission for more than two years. We have been trying very hard to find something that would work. It took us almost two years to get the use permit from the county.”
He also objected to the public access requirement, noting that it would be along the building’s highway frontage. “It’s important to have some sense of privacy because this is very exposed, it’s very close to the freeway,” said Atid. “And to have a public access right there we think is dangerous.”
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Lawsuit opposes excessive Coastal Commission restrictions
Good! What an awful agency!