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September 2017 Marina News

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  Click here to read the September 2017 Marina Newsletter

Signboard Postings

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Posted 9/16/17

Brisbane Community Pool
Lifeguard Training Class
Fri-Sun, Sept 22nd-24th
Fri. 6pm-10pm // Sat/Sun 8am-5pm


 31st Annual Day in the Park
Saturday, October 7th
10:00am – 3:00pm
Join us for a day of fun!


Posted 9/12/17


Dive-In Movie at the Pool!
Showing “Little Mermaid”
Sat., Sept 16th @ 7:30pm
Free Admission: Fun for All!


Lagoon Clean-up Event
Sat., Sept 16th, 10am-1pm
At Fisherman’s Park

Parks and Rec is Hiring!

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Parks and Recreation is hiring for Recreation Leaders.

The Brisbane Parks & Recreation Department is hiring Recreation Leaders!!!  
Starting pay $15/hour. Click here for a job announcement and to apply.

Candidates Forum 9/28/2017

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The following six Brisbane citizens have qualified to be on the upcoming November 7, 2017 ballot to fill three Council seats on the Brisbane City Council: (Click on their names below to view their candidate statements)

The Brisbane Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a Candidates Forum on Thursday, September 28th from 7:00 - 8:30pm.  The forum is moderated by the League of Women Voters and will be held in the Community Meeting Room at City Hall, 50 Park Place.  Citizens are encouraged to attend and participate.   It will also be televised and taped for replay on the City’s website for those who are unable to attend. 

For information regarding the upcoming election, please contact Ingrid Padilla, City Clerk, at 415-508-2113 or .

Signboard Postings

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 Posted 9/8/17


Calling All Pups & Pooches!
Come Participate in the
Dog Costume Contest at
Day in the Park, Oct 7th, 11am


Save the Date!
Underwater Pumpkin Patch
Sat., Oct 14th, 1-3pm
Fun for children of all ages!


#NoOnSB649 Video,Telecom Power Grab

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City and county leaders and others are urging the Legislature to reject legislation that would severely limit local input on where telecommunications companies could install wireless equipment on public infrastructure. It also puts an arbitrary cap on reimbursement for the use of public property. Over 215 cities and dozens of counties oppose SB 649.

SB 649 would give the wireless giants virtually limitless ability to install antennas, wireless boosters, and other equipment wherever they want — on any publicly owned street light, traffic-signal pole, or any wood poles with electricity, cable, or telephone lines attached. The bill would shortchange taxpayers, and disproportionately hurt those living in rural and inland communities by increasing the Digital Divide, while stripping power from inland and rural local leaders. Meanwhile, Californians would still pay the same high prices for their wireless services.

Signboard Postings

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Posted 9/2/17


 The Collective Camp – Roar
M-F / 6AM / 30 MIN+
Women 18yrs+
Starts Monday, Sept 18th!


Brisbane Village Helping Hands
End of Summer Party
Sat., Sept. 9, 3-5pm, Sunrise Rm.
All Welcome to Attend!


Posted 8/30/17


San Bruno Mountain
Love-In Celebration
Sat., Sept. 9th, 6-9pm @ Miss. Blue Ctr.


Labor Day Pool Hours
8:30am-1:00pm – Lap Swim
9:30am-10:30am – Water Aerobics
1:00pm-6:00pm – Recreation Swim









September 2017 STAR Newsletter

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Please click here to read the
September 2017 STAR.


8/17 & 8/31 Baylands Meetings Postponed

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In the August STAR newsletter, which went to print in late July, a Baylands Deliberations Schedule was included, listing out August meeting dates of August 7 (Meeting #3), August 17 (Meeting #4), and August 31 (Meeting #5).  Just prior to the August 7th meeting, our Sacramento-based law firm informed us that legislative negotiators had reportedly reached a tentative agreement on a package of bills impacting local government land use decisions.  City staff is working with the Sacramento law firm and is ready to analyze the legislative package as to its potential relevance to the City and will report that back to the Council, who wishes to receive that analysis before continuing its discussions and deliberations on any particular land use plan for the Baylands.

Therefore, the August 17th and August 31st meetings have been postponed until more clarification and understanding of the State legislative package is made public and analyzed by staff.  Stay tuned for more information; sign up for weekly website updates from the City to be informed when the next Baylands deliberations meetings are scheduled or follow us on social media – Facebook (, Twitter (, and Instagram (

August FEMA eBrief

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FEMA's Individual and Community Preparedness eBrief, featuring:

  • Simple Steps for Earthquake Preparedness
  • The ABC's of Back to School  Preparedness
  • Avoiding Disaster Fraud