Friday, January 23, 2015

City Council meeting, Monday, January 26, 2015

Attend in person, 2212 Beach Boulevard, 2nd floor.  Or, view on local television or live feed Pacificcoast.TV, (formerly  If you miss civic meetings, view on  PCT 26 You Tube!  The city council meeting begins at 7 p.m., or shortly there following.  City council updates and archives are available on the City website.   

Item 6.  If we could only turn the rest of Pacifica
land into trails, we could save the earth, ribbit.
City Council Agenda, 1/26/15.    Full City Council Agenda 1/26/15.

Closed Session - None

Open Session, 7:00 p.m. 
Consent Calendar (pass through, limited comment) 
1.    Approval of disbursements:  FY 2014-15, 1/0715 to 01/20/15.
2.    Approval of  Minutes, 1/12/15.
3.    Approval of condominium subdivision improvement agreement, 10-16 and 20-26 Santa Rosa Avenue.  Report,  Agreement, pdf pages 16.
4.    Award construction contract to Hobbs Construction, Inc. for the Warning Lights School Crosswalk Project, $135,900.  Report,  Agreement, pdf pages 6. 

Special presentations - None.

Public hearings
5.    Introduction of ordinance amending Article 26, "Public Utilities/Residential and Commercial Antennas", Chapter 4, "Zoning", Title 9, "Planning and Zoning" of Pacifica Municipal Code (First Reading, TA-103-15.  Report,  Proposed Amendments (redline version), pdf pages 11.
6.    Approval Letter of Intent (LOI) to transfer six City of Pacifica parcels within San Pedro Headlands to the County of San Mateo. Report, Parcels,  LOI, pdf pages 1. 
7.    Award WWTP collection system rehabilitation and replacement projects to Bay Pacific Pipelines, Inc., $1,160,445. FY 2014-15, Phase 1.  Report,  Contract, pdf pages 28.

Adjourn.    Note photograph by Alison Hawkes from Bay Nature organization.

Posted by Kathy Meeh


dan murray said...

It's been quite a few years, but glad to see that the City of Pacifica is finally taking steps to turn over the stewardship of their portion of the Headlands to another agency.

Anonymous said...

looks like things are actually moving forward in a positive way since the change in Pacifica City Administrators. Funny to scroll through all the stories on this blog and notice that the regular commenters don't respond to any of the newsworthy stories that relate to realistic positive economically stimulating projects like Big Wave. Those people championing this project are environmentally concerned, coast savvy intelligent doers. This development in HMB would do far more for the coastal economy than painting utility poles and fire hydrants.

The coastal communities should consider coming together to work on a campaign to promote these communities collectively: strategize a campaign that promises a spread of visitors spending throughout the various communities by emphasizing each ones "unique" and alluring qualities.


Anonymous said...

And the hippies and Riptides say Highway 1 is safe.

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Kathy Meeh said...

642, the Big Wave project will sustainably benefit the slower learner community, and that's a good thing. Beyond that, as an "economically stimulating project", sure Big Wave is better than economically neutral projects such as painting utility poles (which PG&E is suggesting as a community art project).

Hopefully this gateway city to the coast will also build something other than tourism, although we do have a Taco Bell on Linda Mar Beach.

It does seem that this city is finally building a solid Administration, and hopefully will move forward to economically beneift the city, and the people of this city.