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Mayor Lentz and Councilwoman O'Connell will be conducting a workshop tonight (10/24) on Airport Noise that will be taking place at City Hall starting at 5pm in the Community Meeting Room, 50 Park Place, Brisbane. It will also be televised on Ch. 27 and streamed live on the City's live streaming page. The video recording will be posted here after the workshop for anyone who was not able to attend.
The videos from last night's workshop can be found below:
O Hina’aro Nui – Tahitian Dance
Wed., Nov. 2nd, 7:15pm
Free to the Public, Mission Blue
Halloween Night Digital Photos!
Mon., Oct. 31, 6:00-8:00pm
At MadHouse Coffee
$25, All Proceeds will Benefit BDW
The Collective Camp – Roar 1 & 2
M-F / 6AM / 30 MIN+ / 18YRS+ WOMEN
M,T,TH,F / 8:35AM / 30 MIN+
STARTS MONDAY OCT 31st!
At last night's City Council meeting, Sue Cochran was recognized by the City Council for being Brisbane's 2016 Volunteer of the Year.
Each year, the City recognizes a Brisbane resident as its “Volunteer of the Year”, who the ad hoc City Council subcommittee selects after carefully reviewing letters of recommendation from other community members. The Volunteer of the Year award is bestowed upon a dedicated community member that has demonstrated ongoing commitment to the City of Brisbane. They act with the purpose of community in mind and give selflessly to others. The news of the year’s top volunteer is traditionally announced at the Day in the Park Festival. This year, the honors went to Sue Cochran.
Sue is known throughout the community for her contributions in many areas and is devoted to personally improving the quality of life for Brisbane residents. Of the many nominations received in support of Sue, most all echoed her “bright smile, great attitude, and genuine willingness to help.”
Sue has donated countless hours as an active Lion’s Club member and is a part of the Derby Volunteer team. She has led the Maker’s Club for Lipman’s afterschool program, and volunteers at Lipman’s Career Day. When Santa wasn’t available, she even stepped in as Mrs. Claus to visit students with special needs at BES.
In addition, Sue is known by fellow residents for taking Brisbane beautification into her own hands by sweeping Visitacion and cleaning areas of town on her own time. She frequently assists neighbors with landscaping, and is always the first to volunteer to help a senior in need. Her passion for serving others and unselfish enthusiasm is to be commended.
Many thanks to you, Sue, for your decades of volunteerism in our community and a well-deserved achievement as Brisbane’s 2016 Volunteer of the Year!
Save the dates! Five Saturdays this fall a Look Ahead-San Mateo project team member and local San Mateo County organizations will be on-hand to discuss coastal flooding and sea level rise challenges at the OWL virtual reality viewers in Coyote Point Recreation Area (next to Boardsports California) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.:
The OWLs are a modernized version of a vista viewer that offer visitors a panoramic tour of current and future flooding scenarios, current plans for the Point, and potential planning responses for the region into the future. The goal of the effort is to engage the residents of San Mateo County and increase awareness around the local impacts of sea level rise.
Share your voice online at lookahead-smc.org/.
Look Ahead-San Mateo is part of the County of San Mateo Office of Sustainability's SeaChange SMC program.
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 @ 7:30pm.
Three 3-year terms ending in 2020 are available to apply for.
HOW TO APPLY
Applications are available here on the City’s website. You may also call or e-mail:
Ingrid Padilla, Interim City Clerk, at 415-508-2109 or email@example.com
The deadline for submitting applications is Friday, October 28th, 2016 at 1:00pm.
Completed applications can be submitted via:
Fax @ 415-467-4989; e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org OR delivered in person to City Hall at 50 Park Place.
Group Solar and Electric Vehicle Buy Program to Lower Cost of Purchasing Solar and EVs for Local Residents
In August 2016, Brisbane joined other nearby cities in an initiative called Bay Area SunShares. Similar to last year’s program Peninsula SunShares, it’s an effort to encourage many more Bay Area homeowners to go solar and fossil fuel free.
The Bay Area SunShares program allows local residents to pool their purchasing power and receive bulk discounts for installing solar systems, and receive a discount on select zero-emission vehicles. Free community workshops were held in Brisbane on August 31 and October 8, 2016.
The 2016 Bay Area SunShares program is available for homeowners living in the City of Brisbane or those working in participating communities but living throughout the nine Bay Area counties. Multiple financing options are being offered including direct purchase, leasing, power purchase agreements and Property Assessed Clean Energy financing.
Qualified property owners will receive a free site evaluation to determine the suitability of their property. If their site is suitable, they will receive a no obligation proposal and can install a system at substantial cost savings from three local solar installers: Sunrun, Inc. Skytech Solar and Solar 4 America Petersen Dean were selected by the Bay Area SunShares community evaluation committee following a rigorous Request for Proposals process that vetted potential vendors. Two car dealers were also selected through this process: Nissan and Toyota. To take advantage of the volume discount, participants must sign a contract with one of the selected installers or purchase a vehicle by November 11, 2016.
Similar SunShares programs have been launched throughout the Bay Area resulting in hundreds of new solar installations and more than 3.4 megawatts of residential solar capacity. The SunShares program is based on successful models developed by the cities of Portland and San Jose in partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy. In just the past few years, successful campaigns have spread from Oregon and California across the country to Colorado, Illinois and New York.
Bay Area SunShares is being administered by the San Francisco Business Council on Climate Change (a fiscally sponsored project of the 501(c)3 organization, Community Initiatives), on behalf of a group of cities, counties, major employers, and membership organizations.
For more information please visit the Bay Area SunSunshares website, www.bayareasunshares.org.
The Open Space and Ecology Committee is endeavoring to provide the community with one climate fact each week. These facts are to call community awareness to global warming impacts as a measure of the Climate Action Plan of the City of Brisbane.
is endeavoring to provide to the community one climate fact each week. These facts are to call community awareness to global warming impacts as a measure - See more at: http://www.brisbaneca.org/climate-fact-22#sthash.MACBypYY.dpuThese facts are to call community awareness to global warming impacts as a measure of the City's Climate Action Plan.
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Brisbane Parks & Recreation Dept.
Middle School Halloween Dance
Fri., Oct. 28th, 7-10pm
Costume Required, $5 Entry Fee
Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan
Your Feedback Needed!
Share it at the Farmer’s Market
This Thursday, 3-7pm
Brisbane Lions Club
Sat., Oct. 22, 9am-2pm, at Gazebo
Sat., Oct. 22, 9am-Noon, at Sunrise Rm.
Have a Good Day!
Make A Memory Today!
On October 13, 2016 at 11:56 a.m., 10 Fire Companies, 1 Breathing Support Unit, 5 Chief Officers and 1 Fire Investigator responded to a structure fire at 8 Thomas Avenue in the City of Brisbane.
The first arriving fire company found a one story, split level, single family home that was under construction, with heavy smoke and flames coming from the roof and sides of the home. Fire companies surrounded the exterior of the home and used hose lines to contain the fire. The home sustained major fire damage as it was still under construction and had no sheetrock on any of the interior walls or attic space.
Fire companies remained on scene for over 5 hours checking for fire extension, completing overhaul and mop up operations. There were no residents displaced by the fire as the home was still under construction. There were no injuries to any of the firefighters.
The cause of the fire is under investigation by the North County Fire Prevention Services Bureau.