By Andrea Swayne
The Dana Point Planning Commission will conduct a public study session, for a new mixed-use project proposed in the Town Center-Lantern District, on Monday, Sept. 8.
The public meeting is set for 6 p.m. at the Community Center gym, 34052 Del Obispo Street in Dana Point.
The applicant for a new mixed-use project titled, “PCH & Golden Lantern” and proposed for 34175 Pacific Coast Highway, will provide an overview and introduction to the project.
Planning Commissioners will also consider coastal development permits for the installation of pay stations and automated entrance and exit barrier gates at the beach parking lot located at Strand Vista Park, 34111 Selva Road.
At the commission’s last meeting, Aug. 11, officials from Majestic Housing and Development presented changes made in response to concerns raised by the public and members of the Planning Commission at a July 14 meeting, for their proposed project featuring 30,000 square feet of retail space and 111 residential condominium units on seven non-contiguous lots—34135 PCH, 24471 Del Prado, 34191 PCH (Phase 1); 34137 PCH, 24501 Del Prado (Phase 2); and 34155 PCH, 24591 Del Prado (Phase 3)—and heard further questions and comments. The item was continued to the Sept. 8 meeting.
More information is available on the city’s website at www.danapoint.org or by calling 949.248.3563.
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