Changes may be coming to the Newport Beach Pier
“In Newport Beach, where the City Council is trying to figure out what to do with a vacant structure at the end of the Newport Pier, it surveyed the uses of 42 similar structures statewide.
“Then council members decided they wanted something different from the rest.”
The city council is looking instead to create a flexible location at the end of the pier, one that, according to the Daily Pilot, could host performances, food trucks, and more. The current empty structure at the end of the pier would have to be demolished if the council were to move forward with a new plan for the pier.
Before anything can be done, approval would have to be given by the state Coastal Commission.
All information is from the Daily Pilot; read the full article here: www.dailypilot.com/news/tn-dpt-me-1130-pier-survey-study-20131129,0,2131653.story
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