Despite yesterday’s surf warning from the National Weather Service, Coastsiders were startled by just how heavy the surf was at Surfers Beach this morning.
Organizers of the Pacific Coast Dream Machines announced their March 3rd meeting will be open to the public for comment and input relating to the 2014 event, scheduled to run Sunday, April 27 from 10 am to 4 pm at Half Moon Bay Airport.
The meeting will be held at 7 pm on Monday, March 3rd, with the public comment period from 7-7:30 pm, at the Coastside Adult Day Health Center, 645 Correas Street, Half Moon Bay.
For information on the 2014 Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show, call the show office at 650-726-2328 or visit www.miramarevents.com/dreammachines
The National Weather Service has issued high surf advisory from 8pm Friday to 3pm Saturday.
The NWS forecasts westerly swells between 14 and 16 feet with a period of around 14 seconds. Local breakers up to 20 feet are possible. Highest swells will be south of Point Pinos in Monterey.
Expect higher than normal surf especially along west and southwesterly facing beaches. There will also be a heightened risk of rip currents and sneaker waves.
The following locations have elevated levels of indicator bacteria and are posted with warning signs:
- Pillar Point #5 (Capistrano Beach)
- Pillar Point #9 (Outer Harbor)
Creeks (where they meet or cross the beach):
- San Gregorio Creek
- Pescadero Creek
Hill is now one of three senators and three assemblymembers who provide legislative oversight to the Conservancy and participate in its activities. The California Legislature created the Conservancy in 1976 to work as an intermediary between local governments, citizens and the private sector to improve, protect and enhance coastal resources of the state, from Oregon to Mexico.
The Conservancy serves as a repository for coastal lands. Under the state Public Resources Code, the Conservancy is required to preserve lands in concert with the California Coastal Act. Preservation efforts by the Conservancy can also go forward under certified local coastal programs and under the San Francisco Bay Plan, as implemented by the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission.
A San Mateo County resident who had recently traveled internationally has been found to be infected with measles, reported the San Mateo County Health System this afternoon.
As of Feb 21, the California Department of Public Health had confirmed 15 cases of measles in California residents, many of which involve cases of returning international travelers and their contacts. This time last year, CDPH had reported only two measles cases in California.
As enjoyable today as it was when it first opened in 1879, The Pirates of Penzance is the comical tale of two young lovers mixed up with a band of tender-hearted pirates, bumbling policemen, an eccentric Major-General and his beautiful daughters - all morally bound by a sense of duty. The enchanting music and witty lyrics of Gilbert and Sullivan’s classic score has delighted audiences for over a century… even the revival took New York by storm in 1980, winning 3 Tony Awards and 5 Drama Desk Awards. Come join Frederic and Mabel on their musical journey of love, loyalty, duty and, of most importantly… Pirates!
Fridays: 3/14, 21, 28, 4/4 at 8pm
Saturdays: 3/15, 22, 29, 4/5 at 8pm
Sundays: 3/16, 23, 30, 4/6 at 2pm
Tickets: $30, $25 for Students/Seniors
Box Office: (650) 359-8002
Pacifica Spindrift Players Mainstage Theatre
1050 Crespi Dr, Pacifica, California 94044
Full disclosure: Our son, Alex Ortiz, will be playing the Pirate King.
Mary Bordi, who lives on 50 acres in the vicinity of Portola Redwoods State Park, Pescadero Creek County Park, and MROSD lands, posted this image of a mountain lion taken on Valentine’s Day of this year. The movie is from 2012.
Mary says, “After having some sheep killed by a lion (or lions) a few years ago I got several wildlife cameras. For a while I was getting pictures of lions (or lion tails) infrequently, but the last month or so I’m seeing more. Not sure if it’s the drought or just more lions. We have not lost any sheep for a year or so. I think they like goats better.”
Project includes paving of three previously unimproved rights of way in Seal Cove (San Ramon, Del Mar, Madrone), and replacement of a small section of paving on Carlos Street at California with vegetated biotreatment and pervious paving.
Public comment period on the environmental review documents extends from February 25 to March 27, 2014. More details on the MCC website.
Free clothing, toys & gear for babies & children. Saturday, March 1, open to the public from 11am to noon. Please don’t arrive early.
Coastside Baptist Church
555 Seymour Street, HMB
(West side of Hwy 1, across from Ford Dealer)
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