Tuesday, June 1, 2010

State Route 1/Calera Parkway Project Public Informational Hearing To Be Held At City Council Chambers on Tuesday, June 22nd 6-9 PM

You are invited to a public informational meeting to discuss the State Route 1/Calera Parkway Project. The purpose of the proposed project is to reduce congestion on the segment of SR 1/Calera Parkway within the City of Pacifica, which extends from approximately one-half mile north of Reina Del Mar Avenue to approximately one-quarter mile south of Fassler Avenue/Rockaway Beach Avenue. The meeting will take place:

                                                                    Tuesday, June 22, 2010 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
                                                                       Pacifica City Council Chambers
                                                                         2212 Beach Blvd, Pacifica

The first hour will consist of an open house format, in which attendees can view exhibits and ask questions of individual project team members. An informational meeting will follow and will consist of a presentation on the project development and environmental review process. The scheduled meeting agenda is as follows:

                                            6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Open House
                                                       7:00 - 7:45 p.m. Informational Meeting
                                                       7:45 - 8:30 p.m. Questions and Answers
                                                       8:30 - 9:00 p.m. Open House and Wrap Up 

For more information, please contact the San Mateo County Transportation Authority at 650-508-6283 or smcta-feedback@smcta.com. Additional information is available online at www.smcta.com

Barbara Arietta 
Vice Chair, San Mateo County Transportation Authority/CAC


Anonymous said...

Well, look at that, another bitch session that will accomplish not a damn thing! Vreelander's version of hammering the MTA showing how strong he is during an election year. What a sack-o-shit! Someone ought to call the incumbants on the carpet and ask each one of them if they have any intention of EVER moving forward and if so, When? I think after all these years and all their "experience" they should have some inkling of what needs to go there to fix that intersection.

Rage Buster said...

I think Anonymous needs a nap and his binkie and really ought to take his own advice and "have some inkling" that the project is not about "what needs to go there to fix that intersection."

I'v been to the prior scoping meetings and I'll be at this one. You stay home and curse away from the safety of your computer, Anonymous.

Anonymous said...

Bray, Bray, go away,
go away for another day!