Comments by Matthew McEachen
Full map is here: http://maptd.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/tsunami-energy-map-lhvpd9-04-1024x863.jpg
San Mateo County's alert system is here: https://www.smcalert.info/latest.php
Just got a phone call at 6am from Cabrillio Unified School District that school is closed today due to the tsunami warning.
NOAA's website still has us (HMB and the rest of N. CA) under a Tsunami Warning:
According to the prediction models at http://wcatwc.arh.noaa.gov/models/models.html it looks like HMB will see a .87 meter rise, but the tide level should be around 1-2 feet in a couple hours, so it seems like it'll be measurable here, but not cause damage.
Leonard, Barry -- to the naive and uninitiated (like me), I'd love to know what changes incorporation would bring to our community. Our most visible public services include our schools, fire, sheriff, water, sewage, and parks (and I'm sure I'm missing others). I understand that building codes are state and locally determined, and I'm sure there are other legislative effects from local ordinances. How would these (and other) services be concretely affected? What are some expected benefits and likely…
Thanks so much for taking these! A bunch of the portraits you took just sparkle.
We're in Caltrans District 4, and I found an email form on their website. (below) Here's what I sent: I just read on https://coastsider.com/comments?id=1414_0_1_0_C that Caltrans will be holding the next public update on Devil's Slide in Pacifica on May 10. Pacifica residents are, by and large, unaffected by the slide closure, and the normally 30-minute drive from Montara or El Granada to Pacifica via HWY 92 is currently doubled or tripled due to traffic conjestion. Could you perhaps move the meeting…
Google calendar's public-URL-import functionality is quite effectively hidden from the casual observer. If you can't find the "subscribe" form, first get a google mail account, then 1) Go to http://calendar.google.com 2) On the left-hand side, under "My Calendars" and "Other Calendars", there's a "Manage calendars" link. Clicking that will take you to the "Calendar Settings" page. 3) Click the "Calendars" tab 4) In the "Other Calendars" section, click "Add calendar" 5) Click the "Public Calendar…
CaliforniaCoastline has some pictures of Montara Mountain from the air as well.
Here's a direct link with historical comparisons of the slide.
Thanks for all the work you do, Barry! Perhaps now would be a good time to remind people of the free service of http://rideshare.511.org/.