California Coastal Commission announces 2020 meeting dates

The second half of 2019 is officially underway – which means it’s time for the California Coastal Commission to look ahead to its 2020 calendar. Commission staff recently released two sets of proposed meeting dates for 2020 – one set featuring 11 meetings for next year, and the other scheduling a meeting each month.

The 11-month meeting schedule proposes commissioners to take January 2020 off and meet for the first time next year in February. Commissioners would meet Feb. 12-14 in the Los Angeles/Orange County area.

The remainder of the schedule looks like this: March 11-13 on the Central Coast; April 15-17 in the South Central Coast; May 13-15 in San Diego; June 10-12 on the North Central Coast; July 8-10 on the North Coast; Aug. 12-14 on the South Central Coast; Sept. 9-11 on the Central Coast; Oct. 7-9 in San Diego; Nov. 4-6 on the North Central Coast; and, Dec. 9-11 in Los Angeles/Orange County.

The February through December dates remain the same on the proposed 12-month calendar. A few locations are changed, however, what with the January 2020 meetings set for Los Angeles/Orange County and February 2020 meetings to be held on the Central Coast.

The proposed 12-month schedule for 2020 looks like this: Jan. 8-10 in Los Angeles/Orange County; Feb. 12-14 on the Central Coast; March 11-13 on the South Central Coast; April 15-17 in San Diego; May 13-15 on the North Central Coast; June 10-12 in Los Angeles/Orange County; July 8-10 on the North Coast; Aug. 12-14 on the South Central Coast; Sept. 9-11 on the Central Coast; Oct. 7-9 in San Diego; Nov. 4-6 on the North Central Coast; and, Dec. 9-11 in Los Angeles/Orange County.

Exact meeting locations will be announced as this and the next calendar year progresses.

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