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The following projects may be appealed to the California Coastal Commission:
(a) Projects approved between the sea and the first public road paralleling the sea or within 300 feet of the inland extent of any beach or of the mean high tide line of the sea where there is no beach, or as otherwise indicated in Sectional Maps CZ4, CZ5, and CZ13 of the Zoning Map.
(b) Projects approved and located on tidelands, submerged lands, public trust lands, within 100 feet of any wetland, estuary, stream or within 300 feet of the top of the seaward face of any coastal bluff.
(c) Any project which constitutes a major public works project or a major energy facility, including the following:
(1) All production, storage, transmission and recovery facilities for water, sewerage, telephone and other similar utilities owned or operated by any public agency or by any utility subject to the jurisdiction of the Public Utilities Commission, except for energy facilities.
(2) All public transportation facilities, including streets, roads, highways, public parking lots and structures, ports, harbors, airports, railroads, and mass transit facilities and stations, bridges, trolley wires, and other related facilities. A railroad whose primary business is the transportation of passengers shall not be considered public works nor a development if at least 90 percent of its routes located within the coastal zone utilize existing rail or highway rights-of-way.
(3) All publicly financed recreational facilities, all projects of the State Coastal Conservancy, and any development by a special district.
(4) All community college facilities.
(5) Major public works or energy facility with an estimated cost of $100,000 or more.
(6) Energy facilities is any public or private processing, producing, generating, storing, transmitting, or recovering facility for electricity, natural gas, petroleum, coal, or other source of energy.
(Ord. 509-85, App. 11/22/85)