Monday, October 26, 2015

Reminder City Council meeting tonight, Monday, October 26, 2015

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Have a jolly City Council meeting...
at least, this one may be short.
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.    

Fix Pacifica City Council Agenda, 10/26/15 article.         Interactive City Council Agenda, 10/26/15.

6.  Developer selection criteria and process for 2212 Beach Boulevard opportunity, 3-acers.
7.  Postpone adoption of Just Cause Eviction Ordinance until after Rent Stabilization study session (11/9/15).

Note graphic from Business 2 community/James Kosur,10/15/14,Diviant Art/Pumpkin Cat (2 of 28), "28 Halloween costumes for cats that will put a smile on your face."

Posted by Kathy Meeh


Anonymous said...

You just know the city will screw up this 2212 project. The Coastal Commission already said they didn't like the city's preliminary plan for the Old Waste Water Treatment Plant.

Why would a developer follow the cities plan that will fail?

Doomed to fail.

Tom Clifford said...

We have now come full circle. The City has abandon its plan for the Beach Blvd. site and is now looking for a developer who will handle everything. The only thing that remains from the old plan is the library. I like this approach better but again we have wasted large sums of money & staff time on a dead-end.

Anonymous said...


The coastal commission said they didn't like the city's plan due to not enough "public use."

Even with the pie in the sky library plan.


Forget the library. If we really need one, there are hundreds of other locations.
Let this property sing.
High-end boutique hotel conference center close to golf, pier, trails, beach, SFO, BART is the biggest bang for the buck and exactly what Pacifica needs....... revenue from the outside world.

Professor Peabody said...

Hey, wake up, put up. Give me some of those hundreds of other locations. I bet you have penciled this out carefully. If you have ever been to a modern library you'll instantly realize it's not the one you remember as a kid.
They are community focal points. They are anchors to a revitalization of whichever area they are built. Don't take my word. Be adventurous, go visit a couple.

Wake up pacifica said...

Restrictions put on this property by past regimes are what killed it every time. Remember Vreeland and Lancelles ocean front city hall? We have zero budget for a new library and I am far from alone in refusing to pass any more taxes, bonds, assessments or any other scheme to build an unnessessary $30,000,000 library boondoggle.
There are empty lots on Palmetto, a garbage truck barn that's got to go, lot's of city property on Francisco. Must Pacifica put poison pills in everything it does?

Anonymous said...

This is looking like another Pacifica joke. Bet we get another thumper of a developer with big talk and small bank who will crash and burn. And let's not forget the Coastal Commission. They weren't wild about this city's plan for that site. Hanging on to that library? How long before the city announces their scheme to fund it without a public bond vote? No reason to keep the library in the plans and use up space that could attract a better class of developer unless you think you have a way to fund it--and they know the voters aren't going to give them a dime. They're not crooks, they're just incompetent and sneaky.

Anonymous said...

How many millions of dollars have been spent on plans for Beach Blvd? Got to be pushing 2 million bucks for the VreelandEgoDome and then the NihartShrine. Money is still going out the door for this crap. Wonder where it's coming from?

Anonymous said...

515 The one Tinfow built in Walnut Creek is real nice. Voters turned it down, but she found a way.