State Lands Archives

Meeting Date: 2019-04-05

Item NAME WO LSE_TYPE Improvements Location PRC_Number Non_PRC County Lease_Status
EO RptCliff's River Marina, Inc.GL-Comcommercial marina consisting of 126 covered and uncovered berths, side ties measuring 700 lineal feet, 536 lineal feet and 76 lineal feet, respectively, debris barrier, Harbor Master's Office, gas pump, sewage pumpout facility, boat launch, storage shed, access bridge, other ancillary facilities, and potential dredgingSacramento River, adjacent to 8651 River Road, near the town of FreeportPRC 3264SacramentoRent Continuation
EO RptDelta Bay Club, LLCGL-Comcommercial marina known as Delta Bay Marina consisting of approximately 139 covered berths, four double-wide guest slips, guest dock, pump out, three double-wide pump out slips, general store, restrooms and showersSan Joaquin River, adjacent to 922 West Brannan Island Road, Andrus IslandPRC 7067SacramentoRent Continuation
EO RptVollman-Clark Ranch, LLCGL-ComCommercial Marina, known as Dagmar's Landing, consisting of 30 covered berths, 27 pilings, two gangways, sewage pump out, public fishing dock and public accommodation dockSacramento River, adjacent to 14180 River Road, city of Walnut GrovePRC 7620SacramentoRent Continuation
C0110:10 Holdings, LLC, a California Limited Liability CompanyGL-Recpier, boat lift and one mooring buoyLake Tahoe, adjacent to 8569 Meeks Bay Avenue, near Meeks BayPRC 5559El DoradoNew Lease
C023015 WLB, LLC, a Nevada Limited Liability CompanyW 26206GL-Recone mooring buoyLake Tahoe, adjacent to 3005 West Lake Boulevard, near HomewoodPRC 9537PlacerInitialized
C03Steven Lee Brown and Michele Content Brown, as Trustees of the Thorson Hays Family TrustGL-Recpier, boathouse with two boat lifts, boat hoist, and two mooring buoysLake Tahoe, adjacent to 1278 West Lake Boulevard, near Tahoe CityPRC 8850PlacerRenewal
C04Steven A. Burd and Christine L. Burd, TrusteesGL-Recpier, boat lift, and two mooring buoysLake Tahoe, adjacent to 4450 North Lake Boulevard, near Carnelian BayPRC 7278PlacerRenewal
C05Pacific Gas and Electric CompanyW 27220Indemnification AgmtIndemnify the State for any harm that may occur or arise from the installation, operation, and maintenance of the PG&E gas pipeline on the bridge.on the Washington Street Bridge, over the Petaluma River, adjacent to North Water Street and River Plaza, PetalumaPRC 3987Sonoma
C06City of PetalumaGL-PAvehicular bridge crossing, known as the Washington Street Bridge; City-operated utility conduits: 12-inch-diameter main water line, 12-inch-diameter stormwater outfall, and 10-inch-diameter stormwater outfall; and bank protectionPetaluma River, City of PetalumaPRC 3987SonomaRenewal
C07CPN Pipeline CompanyGL-RofW12-inch diameter steel pipeline containing an 8-inch diameter natural gas pipeline, and an abandoned-in-place 8-inch-diameter pipelineSacramento River, 7 miles downstream of the Tisdale Bypass, near RobbinsPRC 8046Yolo SutterRenewal
C08Joan Goodman Davis TrusteeGL-Recpier, boathouse with pitched roof and boat lift, boat hoist and one mooring buoyLake Tahoe, adjacent to 5418 North Lake Boulevard, near Carnelian BayPRC 3608PlacerRenewal
C09Stephen A. Finn, TrusteeGL-Recpier, boat lift, one mooring buoy, and one swim floatLake Tahoe, adjacent to 2380 Sunnyside Lane, near SunnysidePRC 4250PlacerNew Lease
C10Charles Thomas Kaljian; et al.GL-Recpier and two mooring buoysLake Tahoe, adjacent to 6840 West Lake Boulevard, near TahomaPRC 4362PlacerRenewal
C11Frederick T. Cline and Nancy J. Cline, TrusteesGL-Rectwo mooring buoysLake Tahoe, adjacent to 5046 West Lake Boulevard, near HomewoodPRC 8575PlacerAssignment
C12Lowell W. Lash and Terry L. LashGL-Rectwo mooring buoys and freshwater intake pipelineLake Tahoe, adjacent to 1740 North Lake Boulevard, Tahoe CityPRC 8515PlacerRent Review
C13Andre E. Maginot and Nina S. Yoshpe, as TrusteesGL-Recpier, boat lift, and two mooring buoysLake Tahoe, adjacent to 5440 North Lake Boulevard, near Carnelian BayPRC 2307PlacerRenewal
C14Thomas E. Meakin, as Trustee; James W. Meakin, Trustee; and Paul SeippGL-Recjoint-use pier, boathouse and four mooring buoysLake Tahoe, adjacent to 8599 and 8605 North Lane, near Rubicon BayPRC 3884El DoradoRenewal
C15Stephanie W. Mooers, TrusteeGL-Recpier, boat lift, and one mooring buoyLake Tahoe, adjacent to 8661 Beach Lane, near Meeks BayPRC 3147El DoradoRenewal
C16Warren E. Spieker, Jr., TrusteeGL-Recpier, boat lift and four mooring buoysLake Tahoe, adjacent to 251 and 255 Paradise Flat Lane, near Rubicon BayPRC 4869El DoradoRenewal
C17SNS 5306, LLC, a California Limited Liability CompanyGL-Rectwo mooring buoys and freshwater intake pipelineLake Tahoe, adjacent to 5306 North Lake Boulevard, near Carnelian BayPRC 9069PlacerNew Lease
C18Walter H. Stevens as Trustee; et al.GL-Recpier and two mooring buoysLake Tahoe, adjacent to 3065 Jameson Beach Road, near South Lake TahoePRC 3657El DoradoRenewal
C19Steven A. Gonsalves and Debra E. Gonsalves, TrusteesGL-Recpier, boat lift, and two mooring buoysLake Tahoe, adjacent to 1870 North Lake Boulevard, near Tahoe CityPRC 4066PlacerNew Lease
C20J. Robert Taylor and Donna C. Taylor, Co-Trustees; Michael Robert Taylor; Bret Matthew Taylor; and Jaime Taylor LaChanceGL-Rectwo mooring buoysLake Tahoe, adjacent to 636 Olympic Drive, Tahoe CityPRC 8554PlacerNew Lease
C21Evan C. Unger and Susan J. Unger, TrusteesGL-Rectwo mooring buoysLake Tahoe, adjacent to 4148 Ferguson Avenue, near Carnelian BayPRC 8367PlacerRenewal
C22Burlingame Bay AssociatesGL-Comcommercial development that includes restaurant, parking lot, lagoon, footbridge, paved pedestrian path, landscaping, and shoreline protectionSan Francisco Bay, adjacent to 60 Bay View Place, BurlingamePRC 4687San MateoRent Review
C23Burlingame Point, LLCGL-Rec+PSParcel A - East/West Parcel: public roadway with at least 25 public parking spaces for access to the San Francisco Bay Trail, Fisherman's Park driveway, and realigned Airport Boulevard Improvements. Parcel B - North/South Parcel: San Francisco BaySan Francisco Bay, adjacent to 300 Airport Boulevard, BurlingamePRC 9084San MateoAmendment
C24California Department of Transportation (Caltrans)W 27199GL-PAtemporary construction easement; installation, use, and maintenance of a temporary construction trestle; removal of existing rock slope protection; installation of filter fabric at the bridge piers; placement of new rock slope protection at the bridge piers; and removal of the temporary construction trestle; as part of the American River Bridge Scour Repair Projectin the American River, in the city of SacramentoPRC 9538SacramentoInitialized
C25Sugar Acquisition Corporation, a Delaware Corporation, as Successor-in-Interest to C&H Sugar Company, Inc. and California and Hawaiian Sugar CompanyW 27237Accept quitclaim deedfilled sovereign land, located in the Carquinez Strait, San Pablo Bay, adjacent to 1909 Dowrelio Drive, CrockettContra Costa
C26Raul AguirreGL-Rec+PScovered floating boat dock with slip, one gangway, three pilings, one dolphin, one boat lift, and bank protectionSacramento River, adjacent to 5291 Garden Highway, near SacramentoPRC 6437SacramentoNew Lease
C27Douglas Chan and Carla Chan, TrusteesGL-RofWroad for ingress and egress to and from State Highway 160Hensley Slough, adjacent to 11488 State Highway 160, CourtlandPRC 4221SacramentoNew Lease
C28City of Foster City and Estero Municipal Improvement DistrictW 27221GL-PArehabilitation, use, and maintenance of coastal levees, recreational features, and an outfall structurealong the San Francisco Bay and Belmont Slough, near Foster CityPRC 9539San MateoInitialized
C29County of MarinW 27225GL-PAsix marker buoysTomales Bay, adjacent to Chicken Ranch Beach Park, near InvernessPRC 9540MarinInitialized
C30County of StanislausGL-PAfour bridgesSan Joaquin River, Stanislaus River and Tuolumne RiverPRC 7183StanislausAmendment
C31East Bay Regional Park DistrictGL-PAopen space; kayak launch ramp and a park trailarea known as Bay Point Regional Shoreline, Suisun Bay, adjacent to 1001 McAvoy Road, near the city of PittsburgPRC 8640Contra CostaAmendment
C32Catherine Ann Armstrong, Trustee and Melissa Jean Armstrong, Trustee of The Beattie TrustGL-Res+Recportion of residence, side deck, walkway, pier, and storage platformPetaluma River, adjacent to 172 Beattie Avenue, near NovatoPRC 3756MarinNew Lease
C33Betty Lou HudsonW 27212GL-Rectwo mooring buoysTomales Bay, adjacent to 17715 Highway 1, near MarshallPRC 9541MarinInitialized
C34Sean E. Hutton, as TrusteeGL-Rec+PScovered floating boat dock with slip, gangway, one dolphin, two pilings, and bank protectionSacramento River, adjacent to 2531 Garden Highway, near SacramentoPRC 6038SacramentoRenewal
C35Jason KuechlerW 27164GL-Recsingle-berth floating boat dock, gangway, and three pilingsSacramento River, adjacent to 658 Riverlake Way, near SacramentoPRC 9542SacramentoInitialized
C36Marion R. Paup and Sandra L. Oman, TrusteesGL-ComCommercial Marina: two covered berths, 11 uncovered berths, gangway, ramp and bulkheadSacramento River, adjacent to 14031 River Road (Highway 160), city of Walnut GrovePRC 6200SacramentoTerminated
C37Opal House, LLCGL-PStwo-foot wide cutoff stem wallPacific Ocean, adjacent to 4640 Opal Cliff Drive, near Santa CruzPRC 8794Santa CruzNew Lease
C38William Manheim and Tracy ManheimGL-Recone mooring buoyTomales Bay, adjacent to 18876 State Route 1, near MarshallPRC 9332MarinAssignment
39San Joaquin Area Flood Control AgencyW 27210GL-PAa fixed wall, gate structure, flood wall, bank protection, and dredging of up to 8,650 cubic yardsSan Joaquin River, near StocktonPRC 9543San JoaquinInitialized
C40Bret Sisney and Carol Reding Sisney, as Co-TrusteesGL-PSseawall and two plugged sea cavesPacific Ocean, adjacent to 4660 Opal Cliff Drive, near Santa CruzPRC 7971Santa CruzNew Lease
C41Tesla, Inc.W 27203GL-Com18 electric vehicle charging stations and appurtenant facilitiesin San Francisco Bay, located near 150 Anza Boulevard, BurlingameSan MateoPulled
C42Waldo Point Harbor, LLCGL-Otherpublic access: for walking, bicycling (shoreline path), public park to include public pier, landscaping, seating, signage, 10 public parking spaces with lighting, fencing, trash containers, utilities, and open water areas are to be utilized for visual access and to be maintained as open waterpartially filled and unfilled sovereign land at Waldo Point Harbor, in Richardson BayPRC 8594MarinNew Lease
C43William WeberW 27200GL-Recone mooring buoyTomales Bay, adjacent to 19225 Highway 1, near MarshallPRC 9544MarinInitialized
C44Westport Office Park, LLC, a Delaware limited liability companyGL-RofWtwo 48-inch-diameter plastic stormwater outfalls and rock riprap at the outfall discharge areasBelmont Slough, adjacent to 1400 and 1600 Bridge Parkway, near Redwood CityPRC 7876San MateoAmendment
C45Kenneth F. Mountain and Ricki MountainGL-Rec+PSpier and eight pilings, and bank protectionSacramento River, adjacent to 17420 Grand Island Road, near Walnut GrovePRC 4785SacramentoNew Lease
C46CSLC, acting as Trustee of the Kapiloff Land Bank Fund; California Department of Fish and WildlifeW 27162Delegate authority to the Executive Officer to expend $135,000 from the Kapiloff Land Bank Fund and enter into an interagency agreement to construct a fencearound the Cartago Wildlife Area, located on the southwestern edge of Owens LakeInyo
C47Juan B. Llibre, and his successors, as Trustee and John C. Martin, as Trustee of the Juan B. and Gisela M. Llibre Family TrustW 24665Acceptance of an offer to dedicate lateral public access easementover land at 20624 Pacific Coast Highway, MalibuAD 674Los Angeles
C48Juan B. Llibre, and his successors, as Trustee and John C. Martin, as Trustee of the Juan B. and Gisela M. Llibre Family TrustW 24665Acceptance of an offer to dedicate lateral public access easementover land at 20630 Pacific Coast Highway, MalibuAD 675Los Angeles
C49Catalina Island ConservancyGL-Othera fixed pier, landing float, and two mooring string linesWhite's Cove, Santa Catalina IslandPRC 6439Los AngelesNew Lease
C50City of Los Angeles Department of Water and PowerGL-PAdust control measures using BACM's including managed vegetation, shallow flooding, and gravel; other improvements related to dust controlsovereign land on the dry lakebed of Owens LakePRC 8079InyoAmendment
C51El Segundo Power, LLCGL-PSrock revetmentin the Pacific Ocean, El SegundoPRC 5628Los AngelesPulled
C52Flavio S. JaenGL-Recboat dock, access ramp and cantilevered deckMain Channel of Huntington Harbour, adjacent to 17011 Bolero Lane, Huntington BeachPRC 3570OrangeAmendment
C53Jeff KindnessW 26994GL-Recboat dock and access rampin the Main and Midway Channels of Huntington Harbour, adjacent to 3552 Gilbert Drive, Huntington BeachPRC 9545OrangeInitialized
C54Fei GeGL-PSbulkhead protectionHuntington Harbour, adjacent to 3382 Venture Drive, Huntington BeachPRC 8293OrangeAssignment
C55National Park Service - Channel Islands National ParkGL-PAfixed piers on Santa Cruz and Santa Rosa Islands; docks on Anacapa, Santa Barbara and Santa Cruz Islands; steel mooring buoys offshore of Anacapa, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz and Santa Rosa Islandsoffshore of Anacapa Island, Santa Barbara Island, Santa Cruz Island, and Santa Rosa Island, within Channel Islands National ParkPRC 8390Santa BarbaraAmendment
C56Frank Joseph PiotrowskiGL-Recboat dock and access rampMidway Channel of Huntington Harbour, adjacent to 3412 Gilbert Drive, city of Huntington BeachPRC 3081OrangeRenewal
C57Iris M. Schuster, TrusteeGL-Rec+PSboat dock, access ramp, cantilevered deck, and bulkhead protectionMain Channel of Huntington Harbour, adjacent to 16661 Carousel Lane, Huntington BeachPRC 8652OrangeRenewal
C58County of KernGL-PApublic road, known as Mojave-Tropico Road/County Road No. 221State-owned school land within a portion of Section 36, T10N R13W, SBM, near RosamondPRC 2234KernRenewal
C59Southern California Edison CompanyW 27201GL-RofW33 kilovolt (kV) distribution line, wood poles, and a dirt access roadState-owned school land within a portion of Section 16, T16N R13E, SBM, near Mountain PassPRC 9546San BernardinoInitialized
C60California Department of TransportationW 6005.196Geological Survey PermitAmerican River, east of SacramentoPRC 9547SacramentoInitialized
C61City of Long BeachW 10443Approve subsidence monitoring costs for vertical measurements and studies for the 2019-2020 fiscal yearCity of Long BeachLos Angeles
C62City of Long BeachW 17166Acceptance of the Long Beach Unit Program Plan (07/01/19 - 06/30/24), and the Annual Plan (07/01/19 - 06/30/20)Long Beach Unit, Wilmington Oil FieldLos Angeles
C63Madera County Public Works DepartmentW 6005.195Geological Survey Permitin the San Joaquin RiverPRC 9548MaderaInitialized
C64Tetra Tech, Inc.W 6005.197Geological / Geophysical Survey Permitoffshore StatewidePRC 9549StatewideInitialized
C65CSLCGrant authority to the Executive Officer to renew an agreement with University Enterprises, Inc., to procure the services of college students to assist the Commission with various assignments for fiscal years 2018-2023.Statewide
C66CSLCGrant authority to the Executive Officer or her designee to enter into contracts with California State University, Fresno to digitize and preserve Commission map record sets.Statewide
67CSLCLegislative Report providing information and a status update concerning state legislation relevant to the Commission.Statewide
68CSLCW 10442 W 16001Report on the monitoring of possible subsidenceLong Beach Unit, Wilmington Oil FieldLos Angeles
69CSLCSupport AB 926 (O-Donnell) in the 2019-20 legislative session to remove the $300 million cap on the Oil Trust Fund, resuming monthly deposits of $2 million from Long Beach oil operation revenues until the Fund reaches a balance that will cover the State projected abandonment liabilitiesStatewide
70CSLCOppose certain provisions of SB 69 (Wiener) that would require the State Water Resources Control Board, instead of CSLC, to adopt regulations related to ballast water.StatewidePulled
71CSLCSupport AB 467 (Boerner Horvath) in the 2019-20 legislative session that would require CSLC, the California Coastal Commission, the Department of Parks and Recreation and the Department of Fish and Wildlife to include equal prize competition as a condition of any permit or lease authorizing a competitive event on lands under their jurisdiction.Statewide
72San Joaquin River ConservancyPresentation on the Conservancy's efforts to develop and manage the San Joaquin River Parkwaya planned 22-mile natural and recreational area extending from Friant Dam to Highway 99San JoaquinInformational
73CSLCUpdate on efforts to achieve meaningful public access to the coastat Hollister RanchSanta BarbaraInformational