MCC trails meeting, Wednesday

Press release

Posted by on Mon, May 11, 2009


**Coastside Trails Forum / MCC Meeting: May 13th 7:00pm**

The goal of the forum is to inform and update the Coastside community about trail progress, trail funding, trail mapping, provide resources for community involvement and to discuss the current and future Coastside Trail System.

7:00pm Call to Order

Council member self-introductions

Community Forum

Organizations and Agency Introductions

**Nine Presentations:**
The following organizations/agencies will give presentations, each presentation will be 15 minutes or less.

**Coastal Conservancy:**


**San Mateo County Parks:**

**Golden Gate National Recreation Area:**

**Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST):**

**Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District:**

**California State Parks:**

**Bay Area Ridge Trail Council:**

**Caltrans District 4:**

**The presentations will include:**

Overview of each agency and organization

Highlight past, current or future trail projects west of Skyline in San Mateo County to the Pacific Ocean

Discuss linking the California Coastal Trail, the Highway 1 parallel bike/ped trail, foothill trails and ridge-line trails

Discuss location of future Coastside trails and trailheads
Show trail maps on video projector

Discuss the Half Moon Bay Highway 1 parallel bike/ped trail map and how the future HMB trail will connect to the future Midcoast Highway 1 parallel bike/ped

Discuss the future trail connection from Montara to Pacifica
Give update on new trail projects

Inform the community about volunteer opportunities

**Question & Answer Session:** MCC requests that questions be held until after all the presentations are finished.

Meeting Adjourned

**Location:** Cypress Meadows, 343 Cypress Ave, Moss Beach, CA 94038

The Conference Center is located on the same property as the Cypress Flower Farm. Please park in the lot on the right side of the barn.


This should be a very informative session.
Personally glad the time was adjusted slightly earlier, I’m going to bed pretty early these days.
One lands agency I can’t help but miss is the SFPUC,(san francisco Public Utilities Commission) which I believe is the governing body that oversee’s the watershed lands that border every one of our communities to the East.
Question, did the SFPUC decline to attend?
Or, will a rep from SFPUC be attending?
Thanx Sabrina for spearheading this event.
Jim Sullivan

Rock On! (pun intended)