A spokeswoman for the Department of Fish and Game said her group will likely amend a restoration plan for the Bolsa Chica mesa after a state commission's staff criticized the project.
Karen Miner, a DFG land program supervisor, said her group plans to enter discussions soon with the California Coastal Commission's staff to address some of its concerns about CPR, or Community Promoted Restoration, for the Mesa.
If DFG makes any changes, Miner said, they will likely be reductions or minor revisions, but probably won't add anything.
"If we remove components or reduce them or add mitigation measures, those aren't new impacts," Miner said. "If we have a whole new redesign, it would be a new project. We're trying to do it in the first scenario, where we add new information, we add mitigation measures."