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Pelican Hill Road
Irvine Coast Land Use Plan Amendment
Notes on Maps
and Text Exhibits
Pelican Hill Road/Newport Coast Drive OVERVIEW
Proposed Pelican Hill Road Alignment
Road shown going from Pacific Coast Highway to MacArthur Boulevard
The Irvine Company grand opening of Newport Coast Drive
Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA)/Coastal Commission approval of realignment of Ford Rd.
A.G. asking for the CCC approval of TCA putting a Toll on Newport Coast Drive
Thomas map showing how the 73 toll road has consumed Newport Coast Drive, tolls fraudulently collected daily
The EIR graphically shows that a toll booth will be placed at the intersection with Newport Coast Drive (using the old name Pelican Hills Rd.)
December 19, 1980 City Of Newport Beach Transportation Plan Citizens Advisory Committee
May 19, 1987 Draft Environmental Report For Pelican Hill Road Irvine Coast
Cover letter from A.G.’s Office regarding my request for a TCA Exhibit
San Joaquin Hills Transportation Corridor Agency Ramp Transaction Summary, received from the TCA July 27, 2012
Cover letter from A.G.’s Office. This is TCA exhibit 7
January 7, 1994 Gilbert W. Ferguson Assemblyman Seventh District, Newport Beach. regarding his Opinion request.
March 17, 2012 letter to the honorable Dr. Charles Lester, Executive Director, California Coastal Commission
December 9, 1993. Gilbert W. Ferguson, Assemblyman Seventh District, Newport Beach—his first request for an A.G. Opinion
5/13/93 approved, California Coastal Commission: “Revised Proposed Findings”
December 20,1993 from Newport Beach Council Member for Corona Del Mar, writes to the Honorable Dan Lungren, Attorney General
California Coastal Commission letter April 27, 2012
6/26/92—TCA/LSA Associates, Inc.: Irvine Coast CDP (Coastal Development Permit) findings
Capitol Weekly: “The California Coastal Commission—Unrepentant Sinners”
State of California Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General: Legal Opinions & Quo Warranto
March 3, 2009 letter from the A.G.’s Office
Letter to Department of Justice, December 4, 2012—still looking for the missing A.G. Maiser report
Orange County Resolution, NO. 82-598 Transportation Corridors Development Policy
Newport Coast Local Coastal Program, Second Amendment, December 3, 1996
Annexation and Development Agreement between the City of Newport Beach and The Irvine Company, 11-08-2001
California Coastal Commission, August 18, 1995—Mr. Charles Damm, District Director, from the San Diego office
October 15, 1985. Resolution of The Board Of Supervisors of Orange County, California, Resolution No. 85-1477, Major Thoroughfare and Bridge Fee Program
April 20, 1988. Resolution of the Board of Supervisors, Orange County, No. 88-537
April 20, 1988. Resolution of the Board of Supervisors Orange County, Resolution No. 88-538
San Joaquin Hills Transportation Corridor Agency. Ramp Transaction Summary. for FY 1012. For the Newport Coast toll Ramp Report.
[ FNCD 4 ] $ 49,672,107.00 This is what the public paid to use the by-pass, shortest & fastest route. And many others used free routes in Laguna Beach And Newport Beach adding more congestion to these older routes, which the By-Pass was originally designed to mitigate, and agreed to in the June of 1988. Development Agreement
Note: Some of the exhibits are on an older web site. [ NCD # ] A letter request to the Attorney General Edmund G. Brown, in January 2008. regarding their A. G. Opinion No.93-1205. dated May 12, 1994. asking them to negate the fraudulent Toll Charges, with thirty six exhibits, some showing clear fraud's, known at that time. The A. G. negative letter reply of , March 3, 2009 is at
[ FNCD 16 ]
[ FNCD # ] or [ Map # ] Shows different exhibits, some recently discovered under, public record act. Are copied here in this continuing newer effort to Free Newport Coast Drive, with newly, discovered fraud's, not known at the writing of the original June 9, 1988. letter. Newport Coast Drive.com, public letter, and web site.
Road MAP'S Shown as originally: approved, built as a free road, and later diverted and altered to the TCA toll road, for the illegal collection of toll dollar's.
PELICAN HILL ROAD. renamed, NEWPORT COAST DR. November 15, 1991
Map 1. Pelican Hill Road. March 1987. [ NCD 4 ] Note this map is called in :Orange County. and Coastal Commission document's as, "see exhibit 13".
"Irvine Coast Proposed Land Use Amendment Executive Summary" for, The Irvine Company TIC. Orange County, Coastal Development Permit & Local Coastal Plan. Giving, Traffic Mitigation, In and outside the Coastal Zone Boundary. Built by, The Irvine Company, TIC. PCH. to MacArthur Boulevard.
Calling out ,"Circulation Improvements And Recreational Access." page 21."Pelican Hill Road and Sand Canyon Avenue. These roads will connect inland areas to Pacific Coast Highway, thus providing improved access to the Coast and particularly to the state park."
"Pelican Hill Road will connect the state park at Pelican Point to the coastal hills with MacArthur Boulevard."
"as a result, it will reduce traffic levels through Corona Del Mar."
[ NCD 1 ] June 9, 1988. in the: Irvine Coast Development Agreement, Permit. Calling out: LCP FINDINGS Section C. and D Benefits To The County And Its Residents. Pelican Hills Road / Newport Coast Drive. This is part of, The Irvine Company Quid Pro Quo, Amended Coastal mitigation's for a, LCP & Orange County, Development Permit. As given by these two Government agencies.
TIC gives to the County of Orange [who processed their LCP documentation] the two road's, right of way, for their planned Transportation Corridor "Highway" page 7. top right "of public high-way improvements" . And Pelican Hills/ Newport Coast Drive page 12. Then calling out the direct tie to LCP At page 13. Effects of legal action, if they cannot develop "under the Irvine Coast, Local Coastal Program"
[ NCD 5A ] page 13. Effects of Legal Action Preventing, LCP Development"
Map 2. Pelican Hill Road Approved May 19, 1987 [ FNCD 2 ] Irvine Company. County of Orange, Draft Environmental Impact Report, April 1987 showing the approved, BY-Pass, Road going from, Pacific Coast Highway, to MacArthur Blvd shown in Maps (A) Proposed Alignment. &, (B) Existing Jurisdictional Boundaries.
Map 3. January 19, 1982 [ NCD 2 ] "Irvine Coast, Planned Community Development Plan and Supplemental Text." page, IV 1. "Land Use Plan for the Irvine Coast LCP consists of maps, polices and supporting text." --- "The adopted Orange County General Plan consists of all nine elements as required by State Law.". Text. Pelican Hill Road Concept Plan. [MAP] exhibit IV-5. next to page IV-36. Road shown going from Pacific Coast Highway to MacArthur Boulevard.
NOTE: page, IV 36 also states: " Pelican Hill Road has been designed as a "major"highway," ----- " The Irvine Company has agreed to provide roadway capacity beyond the needs attributable to development on the Irvine Coast in order to enhance public access to coastal recreation areas and further mitigate off-site transportation impacts."--page IV-18. "arterial highways are proposed to be extended into the Irvine Coast from the North---and the San Joaquin Hills Transportation Corridor." Orange County Planning at this time is calling out a highway's, Not a toll way. This is the agreed, Orange County plan in January of 1982. This 1982 date for Pelican Hills Road is also called out in the, Irvine Coast Development Agreement. [ NCD 1 ] on page 12. and Section C. Findings page 22. and page 41. Section D. page D-10.
Map 4. November 15. 1991.By-Pass Road Opens and is renamed from Pelican Hill Road to, Newport Coast Drive. Opened [ NCD 32 ] This is the grand opening by Donald Bren President of, The Irvine Company. And his "song of the open road" --- "Roads have always meant going somewhere; roads have always represented freedom" As built as a necessary component of the 2,600-home Newport Coast development. As a free LCP Mitigation, By-Pass Road. As shown here running from Pacific Coast Highway to MacArthur Boulevard. This was real road mitigation and used by the public as a by-pass, as tolls were not charged daily on drivers using it. And it greatly reduced traffic from MacArthur Blvd and Pacific Coast Highway in Corona Del Mar. As originally designed for in the Irvine Coast Development Agreement, Section: C. LCP Findings, and D. Public Benefits, as still called out in the Development Agreement Findings.
Map 5 A- - [ second page showing map 5 ] is a part of the California Coastal Commission "Realignment of Ford Rd." for the Transportation Corridor Agencies.
NOTE: it shows Newport Coast Drive stopping at Mac Arthur Blvd. And as separate and " Existing Road. This is what was planned & signed off on in June 9, 1988 [ NCD 1 ]
And the San Joaquin Hills Transportation Corridor as ---------- "Proposed Roads" , and going across MacArthur Blvd and Jamboree RD. as also planned in 1988. as a Highway or Freeway.
5. A 1- [first page calls out Newport Coast Drive] date. 5/13/93. [introduction, I have tried to find from the CCC. Newport Coast Drive, "Approval" for the TCA Corridor, toll road. As called out in the TCA letter to the A. G. regarding the Opinion. [ NCD 30 ]
NOTE: This "Consistency Certification" implies / state's. Newport Coast Drive to MacArthur Boulevard is all ready certified. as called out in detail below.
" EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA) propose to extend and realign Ford Road, from its current location between MacArthur Boulevard and its terminus ( less than one-half mile southwest of Newport coast drive), to a more northerly alignment connecting MacArthur Boulevard to the proposed San Joaquin Hills Transportation Corridor (SJHTC), in the city of Irvine"
As part of this "Staff Report And Recombination On Consistency Certification" --"the transportation Corridor agencies (TCA) propose to extend and realign Ford Road, from its current location between MacArthur Boulevard and its terminus (less than one-half mile southwest of Newport Coast Drive) , to a more northerly alignment connecting MacArthur Boulevard to the proposed San Joaquin Hills Transportation Corridor (SJHTC), in the City of Irvine."
5. B 1. [ calls out CCC approved TCA. 1.75 mile toll way] dated 5/13/93 7-0 approved * ] Details below.
"REVISED PROPOSED FINDINGS ON COMBINED CONSISTENCY CERTIFICATION AND COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT APPLICATION"
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: "On June 30, 1992 the applicant (TCA) submitted a combined coastal development permit and consistency certification for the construction of the San Joaquin Hills transportation Corridor (SJHTC). a 17.5 mile toll way* between existing state Route 73 in the city of Newport Beach and the connection with Interstate 5 ( I - 5) in San Juan Capistrano, Orange County, Two small components of this toll way are in physically within the coastal zone: (1) approximately 2/3 of a mile in Newport Beach (the San Diego Creek bridge crossing, "
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