|Tue, Jan 29, 2019|
Board of Supervisors
BOS Watershed Protection Ordinance Workshop
A workshop for the Board to discuss stream and wetland setbacks, buffers for municipal reservoirs, tree protection and other amendments to the Conservation Regulations and to hear public comment on these proposed matters.
Adoption of replacement Circulation Element for General Plan
Plus adopt circulation element supplement to 2008 General Plan EIR, adopt amendment to circulation element of Business Park Specific Plan
Video of 12/19/18 hearing
The markup Circulation Element is here showing changes
|Wed, Jan 30, 2019|
Bloodlines DEIR comment deadline
Deadline for submission of comments on the DEIR for the Bloodlines Vineyard ECP in the Rector watershed at the top of Soda Canyon Road.
Comments should be sent to Brian Bordona, Brian.Bordona@countyofnapa.org
County's Bloodlines Vineyard DEIR page
SCR on the Bloodlines Vineyard Project
|Fri, Feb 1, 2019|
Mountain Peak in Court Day 1
Soda Canyon Group, composed of 4 residents of Soda Canyon Road, are suing the Supervisors and County of Napa for abusing their discretion in not compelling an Environmental Impact Report as required under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) for the Mountain Peak Winery project. The first day will devoted to the motion to augment the administrative record to allow inclusion of information from 2 consultants and about the 2017 fires. The principal hearing on the writ of mandate will take place on Mar. 7, 2019 at 8:30am.
When: Thursday, Feb 1, 2019, 8:30am
Dept C in the Napa County Historical Courthouse
825 Brown Street
Napa, CA 94559
|Tue, Feb 5, 2019|
Tentatively proposed joint BOS-PC meeting
3/10/15 Redux? (see here)
After 3 plus years, and an extensive APAC process nominally devoted to the issue, and 65 more wineries and winery expansions approved and almost two million more visitation slots approved, the issue of winery growth may get another hearing before a joint session of the Board and the Planning Commission. 400 residents showed up at the last meeting to voice their concerns about the encroachment of winery tourism on their quality of life, and nothing in the intervening years has slowed the process.