Thursday, June 16, 2016

Proposed Quarry development forum, Saturday June 18, 2016

Pacifica Tribune/Meetings/Judy Heldberg, 6/15/16 (print version). "Quarry topic at Democrats Club meeting Saturday."

Image result for Quarry project, Pacifica, CA picture
Proposed Quarry Village: 25% development
(mostly dense housing); 75% permanent open space.
"An information forum about the proposed Pacifica Quarry Project will be presented at the monthly meeting of the Pacifica-Daly City Democrats Club on Saturday, June 18, at 9:30 a.m. .... This forum is for informamtion only. The club will not take a stand for or against the project. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask concise questions at the end of the presentation.

The Pacifica Quarry Project seeks to restore and develop a former limestone mine on the coast in the City of Pacifica. The project is complex, due to overlapping regulatory jurisdictions. Many Pacificans believe they have a statke in the Quarry's future and their perspectives on that future vary widely.

The presenter of this forum will be John Zentner, Project Manager for the Quarry Project. He is a biologist by training how specializes in environmental and land use permitting and entitlements and habitat restoration. Zentner has been a project manager for numberous permitting and entitlement efforts, including a number of complex, multi-permit projects on the coast and around San Francisco Bay."

Reference, meeting.  Sharp Park Golf Course Restaurant, banquet room (in the back of the main dining room). Breakfast available:  $12, continental $6, just coffee or tea $3. "However, no purchase is necessary, and the meeting is free, open to the general public.  For more information, contact Judy Heldberg, or 650-359-6874."

Reference, project. Developer, The Quarry Restore and Connect. City Planning, Proposed Reclamation.  Related, news articles,  SF Examiner/Brendan P. Bartholomew, 4/24/16, "Old rock quarry in Pacifica a posssible site for housing development."  "Pacifica Tribune/Jane Northrop, 4/13/16, "Planning Commission: Quarry plans critiqued."   Note: the photo/graphic of the proposed Quarry Village is from the developer, courtesy of the City of Pacifica, included in the related Pacifica Tribune/Jane Northrop 4/13/16 article, (click on the article to view site specific detail).

Posted by Kathy Meeh

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