Comments by Deborah DelRosario
Leonard, perhaps CalTrans estimated a late September date because they didn't know what they would run into throughout the drilling process. Any good project manager knows to consider the risks to the timeline when pulling it together. Considering the level of distrust for CalTrans from some coastsiders, I too would be conservative in my timeline because these are the same people complaining and coming up with conspiracy theories if the slide opening were delayed. However, based upon what I've read…
I completely agree with Sonja. Anything intended for the betterment of the community will be squashed. Who cares about local dollars? Frustrating but true. Would love a TJ or theater but already know it's not going to happen. Thanks city council for watching our for us.
As for Safeway, I too always chose to shop Safeway Pacifica because the HMB store blows!
Traffic really sucks but I keep telling myself it's only temporary.....not much more I can say. In perspective, this is nothing compared to those that have lost their homes or worse. I know that this inconvenience will be over at some point. In the end, I still wouldn't want to live anywhere else in the Bay Area and now I get Montara beach mostly to myself.