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Live at Mission Blue Presents
Cypress String Quartet
Sat., Feb. 15, 7:30 pm, Miss Blue Ctr.
Brisbane School District
2014 - 15 Kindergarten Registration
Register at District Office, 1 Solano St.
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Mothers of Brisbane
Kid's and Women's
Sun., Feb. 9th, 1-4 pm, Comm. Ctr.
Water Bills Are
Due February 5th
The Community Development Department accepted comments on the Baylands Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) for 228 days, from June 11, 2013 to January 24, 2014. Comments received on the Baylands DEIR are now available for review online via the Baylands DEIR Comments page. The comments can also be viewed at the Community Development Department at City Hall (50 Park Place, Brisbane).
The Urban Land Institute (ULI), through its Advisory Services program, provides Technical Assistance Panels, or TAPs, to address land use challenges that require local knowledge to resolve. Together with community stakeholders, the TAP focused on Crocker Industrial Park, including viable design options and implementation objectives. Click here to be taken to the City's YouTube channel where you can view the TAP's presentation from this past Wednesday and other public meetings, or simply click Play below. It will also be played back on Ch. 27 tomorrow at 10:00am and Sunday at 6:00pm.
Following adoption of the Samtrans Service Plan in May 2013, staff at Samtrans began working on implementing the service changes. The following changes to the routes that service Brisbane go into effect on Sunday, January 26th:
Route 24 (high school route) – Trip times will be adjusted to improve on-time performance. Departure from Old County/San Francisco is scheduled 2 minutes earlier
Route 29 (Lipman route) – Trip times will be adjusted to improve on-time performance. Timing slightly adjusted a minute earlier at certain points
Route 292 (Downtown SF to San Mateo) – Only change is that it will no longer service B street in San Mateo. Will continue straight down Delaware instead. Trip times will be adjusted appropriately.
Route 397 (night owl service) - Trip times will be adjusted to improve on-time performance. Timing slightly adjusted a minute earlier at certain points.
Also, Samtrans will changing out their old bus stop signs with ones that look like this, which incorporates a unique bus stop identification number for each stop, allowing riders to get real-time bus departure information from 511 and 511.org.
On Tuesday, January 21, 2014, city employees and loved ones gathered to witness the swearing in of the above four gentlemen to their new positions:
Chris Redfield – Public Works Maintenance Worker II
Dolan Shoblo – Public Works Lead Maintenance Worker
Giovanni Perez-Recoder – Police Officer
Todd Curtis – Marina Maintenance Worker II
If you should see them in and around town, please join us in congratulatiing them and welcoming Chris and Giovanni to Brisbane!
The Brisbane Certified Farmers' Market is alive and needing your participation. There are still many loyal and wonderful vendors.
Come out and see:
- Crepe & Brioche - Artisan Breads, Pastries, Cakes
- Sapore Messo - Olive Oils and Balsamic Vinaigrettes
- Dalex - Sausages, Piroshkies, Blintzes
- Tantalizing Toffee From The Lady Who Kissed The Cow
- Hummus Heaven
- Pete's Honey
- Mountain Fresh Organic - Fruits & Vegetables
- Hernandez Farms - Fruit
- Neufeld Farms - Dried and Fresh Fruit (pictured right)
- Coastside Charlie - Smoked Salmon
- Roli Roti
Any questions, please call Jerry Lami, Executive Director, West Coast Farmers' Markets: (650) 290-3549
Thank you and happy market shopping!
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The Planning Commission is responsible for making recommendations to the City Council on re-zonings and amendments to the Zoning Ordinance and the City's General Plan. The Commission typically reviews and acts upon applications for Use Permits, Design Permits, Variances and Sign Permits.
The Planning Commission meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month @ 7:00 p.m.
2 - Four-year terms ending in 2018 are available to apply for.
Parks and Recreation Commission
The Parks, Beaches, and Recreation Commission provides advice to the City Council regarding the Parks & Recreation Department, gather community opinions, needs and perceptions regarding recreational opportunities, and tackle such special projects as the Star Awards Program, Community Festival and the Festival of Lights.
This Parks, Beaches and Recreation Commission meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month @ 6:30 p.m.
Up to 4 - Four-year terms ending in 2018 are available to apply for.
Open Space and Ecology Committee
The primary responsibility of the Open Space/Ecology Committee is to make recommendations to the City Council on the implementation of relevant programs and policies of the Open Space and Conservation Elements as well as the sustainability parts of the Local Economic Development chapter of the General Plan. That responsibility includes preparing drafts of the relevant, regular reports called for in the General Plan, such as the annual report on the status of open space.
The Open Space and Ecology Committee meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month @ 6:30 p.m.
Up to 5- Four-year terms ending in 2018 and 1-Two-year term ending in 2016 are available to apply for.
Complete Streets Safety Committee
The Complete Streets Safety Committee considers issues affecting pedestrians (including the different needs of children, seniors, youth, and families), bicyclists, persons with disabilities motorists, movers of commercial goods, and users and operators of public transportation.
The Complete Streets Safety Committee meets on the first Wednesday of each month @ 6:30 p.m.
2 terms are available to apply for.
HOW TO APPLY:
Submit an application for the commission or committee you're interested in by clicking below:
Or call/e-mail Sheri Spediacci, City Clerk, at 415-508-2113 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for submitting applications is January 31, 2014.
On Monday night, the Brisbane Firefighters moved back home to Station 81! It's been just over three years that the firefighters have been in an interim mobile trailer facility located outside of Station 81. On September 14, 2010, the City received a report that Brisbane Fire Station 81 had a severe case of mold within the facility - specifically the apparatus bay and living quarters. Because Brisbane is a part of the North County Fire Authority, our firefighters were able to be immediately relocated to Station 93 in Daly City for evenings, though still spending the daytime hours in Brisbane responding to calls, conducting fire inspections, and all other required and necessary workload and assignments. To meet the community's desire for the firefighters to be in town 24/7, three mobile trailers were brought in as a temporary solution. We are happy to report that those trailers are no longer needed, and will be removed once the firefighters are able to get fully moved back in to the station.
A grand "re-opening" celebration will be planned in the near future so that the community is able to formally welcome the firefighters back home, as well as to see and hear about all the renovations that took place at the facility, including a roof repair and inspection and new carpet and paint in the living quarters. The re-opening event will also be discussed by the City Council at their meeting next Monday, January 13th at 7:30pm. Tune in on Ch. 27 or watch via live streaming on your computer or mobile device.