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September 2019 Marina News

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Water Main Replacement Project

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The City of Brisbane completed Phase 1 of the Fire Main Replacement Project last year.
Construction on Phase 2 of the Fire Main Replacement Project is planned to start in the Fall of 2019.

Water Main Construction

This project will provide much-needed improvements to our City’s aging drinking water infrastructure and will include the replacement of approximately 5,120 linear feet of 6-inch water main with 8- and 10- inch pipe along portions of Annis Road, Harold Road, Kings Road, Margaret Road, and Paul Avenue.  


We will be installing new main line valves, fire hydrants, and water services (above photo taken during Phase 1).  The work is critically important to upgrade our water distribution system infrastructure to meet current state codes and replace aging pipes. This multi-phase project is expected to be completed in 2021.

During construction, there will be full-width road closures to facilitate this work.  We understand that this will be an inconvenience to the residents in the neighborhood, and to limit this impact we will ensure that normal traffic will be resumed at the end of the each work day.  The project will also require temporary water service disruptions.  All impacted residents will be provided advanced notice of these closures and disruptions. 

The City will host a couple of neighborhood meetings to answer questions from community members affected by this project. We will be advertising these meetings on our weekly email blast, so make sure to sign up by visiting: www.tinyurl.com/blast321

Please plan to attend one of these meetings.  We are excited to share the details of this critical work.  We want to listen to your questions and concerns, so that we can do as much as possible to minimize the impacts to your neighborhood.

 

September 2019 STAR Newsletter

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Caltrain Business Plan Workshops

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Caltrain is in the midst of their public outreach efforts educating community members about the draft staff recommendation for the Caltrain Business Plan long range service vision.

 

As they continue to receive feedback on the proposal, they will be conducting multiple public meetings and wanted to make residents aware of them.  Below is a schedule of the public community meetings and HERE is a link to the other public meetings including station pop-ups and an onboard Q&A session.

 

Date/Time: August 29, 7:00 a.m.

Location: San Francisco 4th and King Station

 

Date/Time: August 29, 6:00 p.m.

Location: Caltrain HQ 1250 San Carlos Ave, San Carlos, CA 94070

 

Date/Time: September 6, 7:00 a.m.

Location: Redwood City Station

 

Date/Time: September 16, 8:00 a.m.

Location: Staff will be onboard train 324, departing San Francisco at 7:59 a.m.

Staff will stay in the southern-most train car and answer any questions from riders.

 

Date/Time: September 20, 7:00am

Location: San Jose Diridon Station

 

If you have any questions or comments, please let them know.

 

Email: businessplan@caltrain.com

Phone: 650-508-6499

 

San Bruno State & County Park Survey

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On behalf of Supervisor Canepa, his office is currently requesting the public's assistance in obtaining user feedback regarding San Bruno State and County Park.   Click here to access the survey.

Supervisor Canepa's office would appreciate it if you could take about five minutes to complete their survey.  Should you have any questions, please contact his office.  Thank you for your time and participation, and please also feel free to share the survey with your colleagues and networks.

 

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