Gov. Jerry Brown, a former mayor of Oakland who often griped about state government’s interference with local issues, ran in 2010 on a platform of
City Council sailed through approval of most items on the Oct. 18 agenda, with a pause to discuss coastal zoning changes, which also passed.
The City Council meeting was business as usual on Wednesday. With minimal discussion two zoning amendments recommended by the state Coastal Commission were adopted.
On March 14, Carlsbad approved a series of agreements with environmental and community groups and settled a lawsuit filed by the North County Advocates.