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The Open Space and Ecology Committee will be having their kick-off meeting for preparation of an Environmental Action Plan for the City on Wednesday, November 12 at 6:30pm. The Plan is expected to cover energy, water and solid waste measures that reduce energy use. This "working" meeting starts at 6:30pm at City Hall in the Community Meeting Room and will be televised live on Ch. 27 and streamed on the City's website, as afterwards archived on the All Meetings page of the City's website.
At its October 2, 2014 meeting, the City Council unanimously passed Ordinance No. 588, creating Chapter 15.85 of the City’s Municipal Code, entitled the “Art in Public Places Program”. The purpose of the City’s Art in Public Places Program is to promote the visual arts by requiring the inclusion of a public artwork component in certain new public and private development projects in Brisbane. There is no financial impact whatsoever to homeowners in Brisbane. A kitchen remodel or adding a new room does not trigger an additional expense.
The way it works is this: Commercial projects with building development costs in excess of $1,000,000 will be required to contribute 1% to the Brisbane Public Art Fund ("Fund"). Residential projects with 10-20 units will be required to contribute .5% to the Fund (a building with 20+ units will contribute 1%). Low and moderate income housing developments will be exempt from needing to make a contribution. Lastly, public development projects with building development costs in excess of $500,000 will be required to contribute .5% to the Fund. As an alternative to contributing to the Fund, the above categories of projects can devote the required contribution amount toward acquisition and installation of publicly accessible art on the development site.
As you can see, the ordinance has been carefully written so that it has no fiscal impact on residents and homeowners. Rather, it is a forward-looking idea which allows for the creation of potentially iconic art in Brisbane for the enjoyment of generations to come.
As for next steps in the process, the Parks and Recreation Commission will be appointing a Public Arts Subcommittee, which will develop Implementation Guidelines to address issues such as the process for selecting and determining the location of public art pieces, and use and maintenance of the Fund. Through the Public Arts Ordinance, the City will be able to ensure that public art is an integral component of our community, enhance the quality of life in Brisbane, and help define Brisbane's identity as an art-oriented city.
Did you know…
There is an EV Charging Station
At the Marina
That a boater installed?
Day of the Dead
Sat., Nov. 1, 11 am - 1 pm, 250 Visitacion
Fun Activities and Storytime for the Whole Family
The Art of Ann Norris
Wednesday, October 29, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Includes oil paintings of Brisbane
Support the Brisbane Farmers’ Markets
In the Beautiful Community Park
Brisbane Police Dept.
Have Coffee with a Cop
Tomorrow, Sun., Oct. 26, 9 - 11 am
at the Farmer's Market
Flu Shot Clinic
Sat., Oct. 25, 9 am - Noon, 2 Visitacion Ave
Free for Brisbane Residents
Brisbane Eagles Club
Heart Fund Benefit Dinner
Sat., Oct. 25, 4 - 6 pm, 185 Visitacion
Lasagna, Garlic Bread & Salad, $10.00
Brisbane Parks and Recreation Dept.
Zumba Gold Classes
Mon. & Wed., 8:30-9:30 am, Mission Blue Center
Starts Mon., Oct. 27, $40/six classes
In Loving Memory Of
1938 - 2014
Service Info: (650) 219-9787
Read For The Record
Tues., Oct. 21, 3:30 pm, 250 Visitacion
All Ages Welcome To Attend
Brisbane resident Lillian Markind is excited to lead active older adults in a modified Zumba class, using easy-to-follow choreography focusing on cardio, balance, flexibility and coordination. The first class is on Monday, Oct. 27th. Classes will be held Mon/Weds 8:30am - 9:30am at Mission Blue Center. Drop-ins welcome. View more details on the Zumba Gold flyer and sign up today!
Constructed in 2000, Mission Blue Center has had various minor repairs over the last 14 years. Repair work is now needed for the entryway steps at Mission Blue Drive, which is is scheduled to begin on the morning of Monday, October 20, 2014.
The repair work will be a 3-part process. The first part consists of removal of the exisiting damaged stairway caps, followed by forming for concrete and rebar and pouring the concrete. Concrete is needed because the existing caps were simply mortared on top as separate pieces, and cracks formed between the slabs. This part of the repair process is planned to take approximately one week. The second part of the repair work involves applying the stucco coat. The final step will be priming and painting. Thank you for your patience as this work is being completed and we ask the public to avoid using this stairway during the course of its repair. If you have any questions about this project, please call the Public Works Dept. at 508-2130.
You may have noticed that KWW Cabinents on Bayshore Blvd. is near completion; it was a design-build that started construction last year. To access the business going northbound on Bayshore, one will need to first make a U-turn at the traffic signal approximately a 1/2 block up Bayshore. This was a requirement of the new development and work by the developer’s contractor to install 1. two medians (one on the north leg and one in the south leg of the intersection), 2. U-turn lane and 3. necessary traffic signal improvements at the intersection is expected to start next week. Estimated construction time is 3 weeks, with only one lane in each directions allowed to be closed at a time, and only between 9am - 4pm to minimize inconveniences to the public. Thank you in advance for your patience and driving safely through the construction area.
Due to the discovery of a damaged sewer line, a contractual obligation to complete a road resurfacing project on schedule, and the imminent need to repair anomalies in PG&E gas service lines, several of Brisbane’s streets will experience traffic impacts in the next two weeks, beginning Monday, October 6th.
The areas shown below in red indicate where the roadway will be closed from 8 AM - 5 PM, followed by the closure dates (click to enlarge). “No Parking” notices have already been posted as required for much of the work, and will continue to be posted 72 hours in advance of construction. The areas marked in green will have a single lane of traffic controlled by flaggers - please expect delays and plan your trips accordingly.
Paving work will commence on Monday the 6th, beginning with Tulare St. Striping work will be scheduled after the asphalt paving portion of the work has cured. This project is scheduled to be completed on October 24th. Again, “No Parking” signs will be posted 72 hours in advance of any work that affects parking, as well as “Road Closed” signs where needed, with emergency access being maintained at all times.
PG&E’s utilization of the latest technology for compliance distribution pipeline survey has identified locations to repair. Those repair locations have been indicated on the map above. PG&E crews will be working at these locations over the next few weeks. Expect minor delays. For a visual on how PG&E is utilizing the technology, please click here.
If you have any questions regarding any of these projects, please contact the Public Works Department at (415) 508-2130. Thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation as these projects are completed.