dated May 2010, in the Draft Fourth Addendum to the Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR), revised March 2006 (State Clearinghouse# 2003041001), The Community Concourse/Civic Center is defined/described as:


page 10 – … The project is located in the Public/Civic land use designation, which provides a center for government, civic, cultural, education & other public uses.

So, it is not private! (private being 52.80.01)

The Evan V. Jones Parkade is public, owned by the City, & leased/operated by Ace parking - contract expires 2/2013 (awarded 2/2010 for 3 year term, with 2 1-yr. options)

Page 7 – … Centre City is located 15 miles north of the United States International Border with Mexico.

The FEIR for the San Diego Downtown Community Plan, Centre City Planned District Ordinance, and Redevelopment Plan for the Centre City Project Area describes the existing setting of Centre City including the Core Redevelopment District. This description is hereby incorporated by reference. Located in the highly urbanized Centre City environment, the project site would occupy the southwestern segment of the four blocks bounded by Third Avenue to the east, First Avenue to the west, A Street to the north, and C Street to the south. The project site is currently occupied by a two-story, 158,000 square-foot meeting and conference venue, known as the San Diego Community Concourse, and a 13-story, 189,000 square foot office building, known as the City Administration Building. The Community Concourse and City Administration Building were constructed in the mid-1960s and are known to contain hazardous materials, including asbestos-containing materials. Both facilities are proposed by the project to be remediated of any hazardous materials and demolished in compliance with existing laws and regulations including rules of the San Diego Air Pollution Control District (SDAPCD). After remediation and demolition of the Community Concourse building, the site would be excavated and a new City Hall would be constructed in its place. The City Administration Building would then be remediated and demolished and replaced by a new plaza area.

Page 8 - Directly north of the project site is an 11-story above-grade parking structure know as the Evans Jones Parkade (Parkade). The Parkade provides weekday employee and public parking for the adjacent City office facilities and is planned to remain in place to provide parking for the proposed project. The Parkade is currently attached to the Community Concourse by a second level terrace walkway and removal of this building would include removal of this walkway and minor repairs on the Parkade’s southern fašade.

… East of the project site, along Third Avenue, is the Civic Center Plaza Building and the San Diego Civic Theatre.

… The plaza is currently estimated to contain approximately 4,000 square feet of landscaped areas, including planters along B and C Streets. (no mention of Downtown Johnny Brown’s)

i found more exceptions:

SS 52.30.1 - the list of permitted areas to post no trespassing - do not pertain to the SD CC

SS 52.30.2 Loitering – A Misdemeanor

It shall be unlawful for any person to loiter in the immediate vicinity or any premises posted as provided in this section and these Subsections.

(“Loitering – A Misdemeanor” incorp. 1-22-1952 by O-5046 N.S.) if the main section and subsections are null & void, then this one about Loitering is also null & void.

SS 52.30.3 (No Trespassing, Loitering) Same - Exceptions

This ordinance does not apply to any entry in the course of duty of any peace officer not to any person traversing any established and existing public sidewalk, street, or highway.

Nothing in this Section or these Subsections shall be deemed to prohibit or interfere with any lawful activities of a labor organization, or other body of citizens, in peacefully disseminating information to their own members, to the public, or to individuals, regarding the existence of a bona fide labor dispute.
("Same - Exemptions" incorp. 1-22-1952 by O-5046 N.S.)

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there is nothing else on Google for this address!!!
dated May 2010, in the Draft Fourth Addendum to the Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR), revised March 2006 (State Clearinghouse# 2003041001), The Community Concourse/Civic Center is defined/described as:


page 10 – … The project is located in the Public/Civic land use designation, which provides a center for government, civic, cultural, education & other public uses.

So, it is not private! (private being 52.80.01)

The Evan V. Jones Parkade is public, owned by the City, & leased/operated by Ace parking - contract expires 2/2013 (awarded 2/2010 for 3 year term, with 2 1-yr. options)

Page 7 – … Centre City is located 15 miles north of the United States International Border with Mexico.

The FEIR for the San Diego Downtown Community Plan, Centre City Planned District Ordinance, and Redevelopment Plan for the Centre City Project Area describes the existing setting of Centre City including the Core Redevelopment District. This description is hereby incorporated by reference. Located in the highly urbanized Centre City environment, the project site would occupy the southwestern segment of the four blocks bounded by Third Avenue to the east, First Avenue to the west, A Street to the north, and C Street to the south. The project site is currently occupied by a two-story, 158,000 square-foot meeting and conference venue, known as the San Diego Community Concourse, and a 13-story, 189,000 square foot office building, known as the City Administration Building. The Community Concourse and City Administration Building were constructed in the mid-1960s and are known to contain hazardous materials, including asbestos-containing materials. Both facilities are proposed by the project to be remediated of any hazardous materials and demolished in compliance with existing laws and regulations including rules of the San Diego Air Pollution Control District (SDAPCD). After remediation and demolition of the Community Concourse building, the site would be excavated and a new City Hall would be constructed in its place. The City Administration Building would then be remediated and demolished and replaced by a new plaza area.

Page 8 - Directly north of the project site is an 11-story above-grade parking structure know as the Evans Jones Parkade (Parkade). The Parkade provides weekday employee and public parking for the adjacent City office facilities and is planned to remain in place to provide parking for the proposed project. The Parkade is currently attached to the Community Concourse by a second level terrace walkway and removal of this building would include removal of this walkway and minor repairs on the Parkade’s southern fašade.

… East of the project site, along Third Avenue, is the Civic Center Plaza Building and the San Diego Civic Theatre.

… The plaza is currently estimated to contain approximately 4,000 square feet of landscaped areas, including planters along B and C Streets. (no mention of Downtown Johnny Brown’s)

i found more exceptions:

SS 52.30.1 - the list of permitted areas to post no trespassing - do not pertain to the SD CC

SS 52.30.2 Loitering – A Misdemeanor

It shall be unlawful for any person to loiter in the immediate vicinity or any premises posted as provided in this section and these Subsections.

(“Loitering – A Misdemeanor” incorp. 1-22-1952 by O-5046 N.S.) if the main section and subsections are null & void, then this one about Loitering is also null & void.

SS 52.30.3 (No Trespassing, Loitering) Same - Exceptions

This ordinance does not apply to any entry in the course of duty of any peace officer not to any person traversing any established and existing public sidewalk, street, or highway.

Nothing in this Section or these Subsections shall be deemed to prohibit or interfere with any lawful activities of a labor organization, or other body of citizens, in peacefully disseminating information to their own members, to the public, or to individuals, regarding the existence of a bona fide labor dispute.
("Same - Exemptions" incorp. 1-22-1952 by O-5046 N.S.)

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