Comments by Jennifer Castner
Very funny. I hope that it convinces a few more people to take action.
Can it be submitted it as a comment on the final EIR? :)
When does the event start? I don't see that information here.
We didn't receive ours either, but I noticed them at the library, so I filled it out and sent it in.
Is Margot (or anyone) interested in tracking who didn't receive one? We do have a PO box, but I remember that a while back a census worker came by to verify our address (and I told them we have a PO box), so I was surprised we still didn't get one.
Many interesting and thoughtful ideas and comments here. I like a combination of further lowering the speed limit and putting in multiple low concrete barriers with flashing lights (and cross walk markings?). That seems like the most realistic way of protecting the most number of pedestrians, given that we probably can't stop people from crossing where they want, but can offer more and better choices. It's also an intriguing idea to close off some of the Hwy entrances on the east side - we certainly…
Yes, some people will continue to cross in other places, but I bet that many many people will take advantage of a safe crossing. Isn't that better than nothing at all?
And I like the idea of slowing the speed limit to 45 too. There's no reason I can think of that Montara and Moss Beach should have different limits.