Comments by Cid Young
Stephen Lowens said -"With current traffic volumes, I believe that the problem is most severe in the mornings. This led me to suggest, at the 2004 scoping meeting, a solution that would add one lane only in the northbound direction, approximately from the bowling alley to the police station. I still think this is a good idea!" "The question for the community remains: Is the AM traffic problem big enough to require a widening solution? That is a value judgement and policy decision. For those residents…
Yes, we witnessed three fire trucks and two Sheriff's Patrol cars drive thrugh Seal Cove. I thought it was possibly a (human) medical emergency. Later on, a neighbor said it was a dog. I thought the same thing...what a waste of taxpayer's money, but she took the high ground, and said "it's good practice" which I had to admit, was true, for we have witnessed cars over the cliff at Bernal & Ocean as well as a foggy night when helicopters hovered over the reef to rescue two men and a dog from a boat…
I wish Big Wave Project could move to Half Moon Bay so they can get the Low Income Housing Funding they deserve. Plus, then BW could get the water from CCWD, because it is my understanding that there is a question as to who has the boundaries (MWSD or CCWD) for providing water at the moment to the project as proposed in it's current location. They do have an Ag well to get them started, but it would seriously take a lot more water to service the proposed four 3-story buildings (225,000 sq ft) and…
Yes, and he admitted that he wasn't using his high beams so that early it was still dark in the morning, & it wasn't easy to see the boulder at the crest just before the turn to go downhill towards the Pacifica side.
It's fine to pontificate ... as long as it is not affecting your home. I feel sorry for long time residents who live in a world of terror each time a new storm rolls in or a tremor shakes their property. Let's face it, we are all imprudent to own or live in the Bay Area because of the seismic damgers we all ignore. Just look at the devastation in Haiti............ That could be us next time, but still we stay living in today's paradise, blissfully ignoring a future earthquake's potential threat and…
Update: 7:00 AM - He is still waiting for a tow-truck! Honk as you pass the white Toyota pick-up!
In reading the draft E.I.R. I found vagueness throughout, such as the proposed "trails" and in fact the water and sewer connections seem rather uncertain as well. The developers obviously want to propose the minimum...not only to save themselves money, but to give those away later as "bargaining chips", in the final negotiation process. All residents of Seal Cove and Pillar Ridge will be affected with construction traffic and later on by the eventual development traffic at the intersection of Hwy…
Yes, this week I received a message with a Trojan so I did not send e-mails until I fixed it. Sorry! Have a good Thanksgiving and COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS!
John Lynch's comment has been abbreviated or other wise cut-off. Barry is not playing "Clay" is he?
John, I'll assume this was not the4 editor's decision...please go back and finish your thought.
How did y9ou happen to hear that Excuse.... REGARDING STORY POLES?
November 12th Sheezeee! We better get cookin' The county has pulled fast ones before- This is the start of the Holiday season...they intended for a low turn-out at the Planning Commission by scheduling it thus!
Acquired not Acquited - SORRY!
I live near the Blufftop trail that was acquited by POST overlooking the MArine Reserve south of Seal Cove. Many neighbors and pedestrians have objected to the Paved Path installed there, so I assume there will be more objections to the paved surface planned by SM County PArks Dept. for the Marine Reserve trail, so rather than complain afterwards, go voice your concerns on Saturday at the meeting. NOW is your chance to make your voice heard!
I live in Seal Cove and our household received a notice from the County Planning Dept. Contact Camile Leoung.
"BIG PAVE" will affect is all with 800+ parking spaces and no plan in the E.I.R. traffic portion of the report to mitigate traffic at the intersections (Cypress & HWY 1 in Moss Beach) and the main entrance to the Harbor -where there is at least a light and a larger intersection paid for by KN Properties.
Web link to Quarry Park Deed: http://web.me.com/srjb/Midcoast_Parks_Images/Quarry_Park_DEED.html
I thought there was a lnk to the Quarry park deed.
I hear a large flushing sound......Money going down the toilet.
Tyronic, if you ask me.
Who's right and who's lying...well everyone will project some sort of "CYA" behavior now and then.
AB 1991 passed out of Assembly with 46 to 18 votes for vs. against today.
Kathryn - I took some brief notes on my program, thus I will be paraphrasing: Former Senator Speier was the Guest speaker. She thanked the farmers for their attitude of gratitude and stewardship of the Coastside. She stated that farm products in 2006 represented $162,000,000 (I did not note if that was state wide or county wide however or if that was a wholesale figure.) She also mentioned that the growing population of California (45 million) will need to find better ways to retain, store and use…
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