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Free Title 24 Training

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Contractors and others interested in learning about new California Title 24 Building Energy Efficiency Standards are invited to join us at a free seminar entitled “Compliance Enhancement Strategies for Residential Buildings” on January 28th, 2015 from 4:00 to 5:30 PM, in the Community Meeting Room at Brisbane City Hall, 50 Park Place.  This training will provide an overview of energy performance values for residential buildings.  Additional trainings will be available in the future to cover additional topics if there is interest.  

The free training is provided by the Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN), a collaboration of nine counties that implements energy savings programs and administers climate resources and sustainability programs, and hosted by the Open Space and Ecology Committee and City staff.   RSVP requested by January 19, 2015, or for more information contact Natalie at nmunoz@ci.brisbane.ca.us or (415) 508-2118.

 

Signboard Postings

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Posted 1/21/2015


Maxine L. Wilkin
Mother, Friend and Mentor
Brisbane Resident for 65 years
Svcs: Sat., Jan. 24, 1pm, Cypress Lawn


John Fassett
1924 - 2014
World War Two Veteran
"Always a wave and a kind word"
Service Info:  (415) 597-6910


Posted 1/20/2015


City of Brisbane
Crossing Guard & Lifeguard Wanted
Open Until Filled
Apply at www.calopps.org


City of Brisbane
Facebook Face to Face
Sun., Jan 25, 6 - 7:30 pm, 401 Visitacion
Meet all your FB friends in person

 

HVAC Replacement at Sta. 81

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If you happened to drive past the Fire Station this past Monday, you may have noticed a huge orange crane lifting and lowering three new HVAC units that were then installed over the course of the next few days.  Replacement of these HVAC units were approved by the City Council as part of their 14-15 Budget and meet new Title 24 Standards for increased building efficiency that went into effect statewide on July 1, 2014.  Lighting upgrades at the Fire Station took place back in July, so all capital improvement work at the Fire Station for FY 14-15 has now been completed.

Signboard Postings

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Posted 1/16/2015


American Cancer Association
Benefit Rummage Sale
Sun., Jan. 18, 8am - 2pm, Comm. Park
Support "Donna's Stars" in Relay for Life


Live at Mission Blue Presents
MUSA
Sat., Jan. 17th, 7:30pm, Miss. Blue Ctr.
Info/Tickets: www.LiveAtMissionBlue.com

Composting Has Arrived!

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Starting this month, Brisbane residents can put items like fruit and vegetable peels, leftovers, napkins and pizza boxes into the green cart, along with yard trimmings.  Now offering weekly green cart collection, South San Francisco Scavenger Company will convert the materials into transportation fuel and compost at their new anaerobic digestion facility.

Over the next two weeks, each household will receive a food scrap pail and detailed information about the new program, on their regular collection day.  

To ensure that the anaerobic digestion process produces high quality fuel and compost, only food, food soiled paper and yard trimmings should go into the green cart.  Contaminants such as plastics, including plastic bags and “bio bags,” glass, metal or any other non-compostable materials interfere with the process and must be kept out of the green cart.  The food scrap collection allows residents to recycle a wide range of materials, including some that can’t be readily composted in backyard compost bins, such as meat, bones, paper plates and milk cartons.

Thanks for helping to do your part!

Signboard Postings

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Posted 1/12/2015


Live at Mission Blue Presents
MUSA
Sat., Jan 17, 7:30 pm, Mission Blue Ctr.
Info/tickets:  www.LiveAtMissionBlue.com


Brisbane Community Garden
Seed Exchange
Sat., Jan. 17, 9 am - 1 pm, Park Gazebo
All Welcome

 

2024 Olympics at the Baylands?

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UPDATE: Thursday, January 8, 2015, 4pm - Boston was chosen by the U.S. Olympic Committee today over San Francisco as the candidate city for the 2024 Olympics.

You may have seen a recent article about the Summer 2024 Olympic and Paralympic games.  There is a group called the San Francisco 2024 Exploratory Committee who are working on a potential bid for both these games.   A proposal, if there is one, will have San Francisco as the lead city.

The exploratory committee is currently evaluating a variety of sites throughout the Bay Area for venues for various events and sports competitions.  One of the ideas they are exploring is placing a temporary “pop up” Olympic Stadium that would be used for opening and closing events as we well as the Track & Field competition on the Brisbane Baylands.  The stadium would be torn down and its materials repurposed after the Games have ended.  The organizing committee has approached the property owner as well as the City in very preliminary and exploratory discussions.

The Bay Area is one of four sites in the United States that are currently evaluating whether they wish to bid for the 2024 games.  The other three are Los Angeles, Washington D.C. and Boston.  Sometime towards the end of the year the City of San Francisco and San Francisco 2024 will determine if they want to compete for the United States bid.  If so they will submit a formal proposal, which will include potential sites for various venues.   

In early 2015 the United States Olympic Committee will determine whether they want to submit a bid that would be subject to international competition.  If so they will choose amongst the American cities that submit proposals.  In 2017 the International Olympic Committee will select and announce the host city for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

As you can see from this schedule, that discussion of Brisbane as a potential site for venues for the 2024 games is in its early stages.  Any actual proposal would require environmental review as well as a City Council approved land-use permit.

Check in as the process continues as we will be updating the community on the status of decision making.

January 2015 Citynews

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Feeding Cats at the Pool

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The feeding of three cats during the time the Pool is closed (January - early March of 2015) had been brought to the City's attention from several concerned citizens.  Parks and Recreation Director, Stuart Schillinger, reached out to these citizens explaining that first, there was a change in State law effective 1/1/2015 regarding animals at public pools and ancillary facilities in that they are not to be permitted at these facilities (except in the case of service animals).  Of course, with the pool being outdoors, we can't so much prevent the cats from entering the pool area (or birds for that matter).  So, in an effort to still feed the cats and follow the new law, Stuart, Ben (our new Pool Manager), and Karen (our engineer in charge of construction), thought that the best idea was to move the cats' food bowls to just outside the fenced in area towards Lipman field.  The bowls should still be close enough for the cats who visit the pool to find the food.  The citizens who are most concerned with the welfare of the cats were contacted by Stuart and feel this is the best solution at the moment.  If you have any other ideas or concerns, please contact Stuart at 508-2151.  Thanks all for your concern for the cats...and know their bellies will still be full.

January 2015 Marina News

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