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Shrinking Shores Event in Half Moon Bay

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Please join Sea Change San Mateo County for an informational event about sea level rise at Poplar Beach, hosted by the County of San Mateo and the City of Half Moon Bay.  The event is one of many events around the state that will be held in anticipation of World Oceans Day, (June 8), a global day of ocean celebration and collaboration for a better future.

At Poplar Beach on June 3, beachgoers will see a dramatic illustration about predicted ocean levels through the end of the century.  Temporary signs will be placed into the sand and on the bluffs to depict scenarios of future sea level rise and bluff erosion.  The City and County will staff a booth near the Poplar Beach parking lot where visitors can get information, ask questions, and learn about the science behind the predicted changes.  Poplar Beach is located at the end of Poplar Street, past Railroad Avenue in Half Moon Bay.

Signboard Postings

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Posted 5/25/2017


Complete Streets Safety Committee Vacancies
Applications Now Being Accepted
Deadline: Fri., 6/30 @ 1pm
More Info: www.brisbaneca.org


It’s Fire Season
Please Cut & Remove
All Dry Weeds
From Your Property


Posted 5/24/2017


P&R Commission Vacancy
Applications Now Being Accepted
Deadline: Fri., 6/30 @ 1pm
More Info: www.brisbaneca.org


O Hina’aro Nui – Tahitian Dance
Anniversary Show & Fundraiser
Sat., June 3rd, 6:30pm, Miss. Blue Ctr.
Tickets $25 at the Door

Fresh Fish Coming to Farmers Market

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UPDATE: Tuesday, 5/31 - There will be plenty of black cod steaks and fillets as well as cold cured black cod and fresh anchovies.  Contact Maynard for more info or to place your order: (858) 248-7391.

UPDATE: Friday, 5/26 - Maynard said that the farmers market was a success and that they SOLD OUT!  Thank you for the local support!

UPDATE: Tuesday, 5/23 - Maynard will have a one-time introductory price of $9/lb. for fresh black cod or miso butter fish fillets and steaks.  He will also have fish heads and collars available for around $4/lb.

At yesterday's Farmers Market, Capt. Maynard Webb of Dragon Baby Seafood had his tent set up and talked to folks passing by to see if they would be interested in him bringing fresh fish to next week's market.  There were enough people who expressed an interest in his fish, so he'll be back on Thursday, May 25th -- be sure to pay Maynard a visit if you're interested in trying out his fresh, local ocean fish!  In the meantime, check out this video produced by a customer of his and see for yourself how fresh Maynard's product is (and how hard a fisherman works!):

 

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Posted 5/20/2017


Office Hours w/ Councilman Lentz
Wed., May 24th, 6-7:30pm
City Hall, Large Conference Rm.
Bring Your Questions!


City of Brisbane
Planning Commissioner Needed
Deadline: June 30th
To Apply call City Clerk at 415-508-2113


Posted 5/15/2017


Brisbane Dance Workshop Presents
Wendy & Peter
Sat/Sun, May 20th and 21st
www.brisbanedanceworkshop.org


Silverspot Fundraiser
Trivia Night is Back!
Fri., May 19th, 7pm-9pm
Eagles Club, 185 Visitacion

3 Feet for Safety Act

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Since September 2014, it has been State law (California Vehicle Code section 21760) for drivers to maintain a minimum 3-foot buffer when passing a bicyclist in the same direction.  The law is designed to reduce car-bicycle crashes by reminding drivers to give bicyclists more safe space when passing.  A 3-foot passing distance gives bicyclists, motorists and law enforcement a clear sense of what is safe.  If you’re unsure about whether or not you’re giving a bicyclist enough space, it’s best to change lanes before passing them.  For more information about this State law, please visit https://bikeeastbay.org/GiveMeThree.

The Brisbane Police Department also made a video to explain this law.  Check it out on their Facebook page, www.facebook.com/BrisbanePD .

 

Serve Your Community & Make a Difference

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Looking to make a difference?  The City is accepting applications through June 30, 2017 for one seat on its Parks and Recreation Commission, one seat on its Planning Commission, and up to four seats on its Complete Streets Safety Committee.  Applications are available for download below or by calling Ingrid Padilla at (415) 508-2113.  Applications must be e-mailed to cityclerk@ci.brisbane.ca.us or delivered to Ingrid Padilla at 50 Park Place, Brisbane by Friday, June 30th at 1:00pm.

Complete Streets Safety Committee Application Form

Parks and Recreation Commission Application Form

Planning Commission Application Form

If you have youth in your household, the Parks and Recreation Dept. is looking to activate its Youth Advisory Committee (YAC).  Below is a short PSA that Lipman 8th Graders recently recorded as part of their Students in Business & Government Day at City Hall.

Thank you for considering serving your community!

Follow Brisbane PD on Twitter

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The Brisbane Police Department earlier today set up a Twitter account!  If you're on Twitter, be sure to follow them at @brisbanepd_ca (or you can type "Brisbane" into Twitter's search box and their logo should pop up).  This is where BPD plans to keep the community informed with breaking news and provide relevant updates so that residents have the latest information.  They also have a Facebook page and Instagram (@brisbaneca_pd), in case you prefer those platforms instead!  (Please note: BPD will not be updating their Facebook and Instagram pages as frequently as their Twitter page in the event of an emergency).  We hope you can join the conversation online today!

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Posted 5/14/2017


BBCAG Spring Meeting
Tues. 5/16, 7-9PM
Tank Farm, VWR, Schlage Update
250 Visitacion Ave.


Posted 5/10/2017


Play Soccer in Brisbane
Register online at…
www.brisbanesoccer.org


Brisbane’s Got Talent!
June 2nd @ Mission Blue
Apply to Participate Today!
www.starcityfest.com

SamTrans Summer Youth Pass on Sale 5/21

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Hey Mom & Dad ... avoid the hassle of having to drive the kids everywhere.  Get them their own set of wheels this summer with the SamTrans Summer Youth Pass.  Let SamTrans take your kids to their favorite places in San Mateo County and the Coastside. For $40, your kids 18 and younger get unlimited rides on any SamTrans route all summer - from June 1 through Aug. 31. It’s one of the best summertime bargains for kids and teens! And parents, you save $41 compared to buying three Youth Monthly passes.  Get the passes online at www.samtrans.com/syp starting May 21st!

Construction on Bayshore Now Starts 5/1

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UPDATE: Thursday, May 11, 12:30pm - The Cold In-Place Recycling contractor is on schedule to complete their resurfacing work by the end of today.  Crews will return next week to stripe the roadway.  Please note: the posted speed limit in the construction area is 25 mph.  We're nearing the end of this project - thank you to the public for your patience as this project is completed!  Should you have any questions about the work, please contact the Public Works Dept. at (415) 508-2130.

UPDATE: Thursday, May 4, 10:30am - The most impactful part of the paving work on Bayshore has been completed early, thanks to the nice, warm weather we've experienced this week!  Crews will still be on-site today and tomorrow as well as next week to complete the work and stripe the roadway.  Thanks for your patience!

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Cold In-Place Recycling work is scheduled to begin on Monday, May 1st.

The City’s contractor, Interstate Grading and Paving, and their subcontractor, Pavement Recycling Systems, are scheduled to begin the Cold-in-Place Recycling (CIR) work on Bayshore Blvd. from approximately 600 ft. south of Old County Road to the southern city limits, starting next Monday, May 1st.  Because of the curing time required for this sustainable, greenhouse gas emission-reducing method of rehabilitating existing deteriorated pavement, we have allowed the contractor to close the lane they are working in from the hours of 7 am to 6 pm.  Typically, we only allow lane closures on Bayshore Blvd. outside of commute times, i.e. between 9 am and 4 pm, so we do anticipate some delays, and are encouraging motorists to use alternate routes if possible.  The CIR work is anticipated to take four to five days, one day or morning to test their method, and one day for each of the travel lanes on Bayshore (two each northbound and two each southbound).
 
The CIR operation requires a “train” of several piece of equipment that is approximately 150 ft. in length (see right).  When this “train” crosses the intersections of Bayshore Blvd. and San Bruno Ave., traffic will be delayed for a period of time.  Again, we encourage people to take alternate routes should they not wish to be delayed.
 
Emergency access will be provided as needed.

Thank you for your patience as this project is completed.  The result will be a nice, smooth, and nicely-surfaced Bayshore Blvd.!