South San Francisco, Ca June 1, 2017 Submitted by Brisbane City Hall
The City Council’s Special Meeting Agenda to discuss the Brisbane Baylands is listed below. The meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Meeting Room at Brisbane City Hall, 50 Park Place, Brisbane.
City Council Special Meeting to Discuss the Brisbane Baylands
CITY OF BRISBANE CITY COUNCIL
SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 2017
BRISBANE CITY HALL, 50 PARK PLACE, BRISBANE
I. 6:30 P.M. CALL TO ORDER – PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
II. ROLL CALL
III. ADOPTION OF AGENDA
IV. PUBLIC HEARING
Brisbane Baylands Planning Applications (Baylands Concept Plans, Brisbane Baylands Specific Plan Case SP-01-06, General Plan Amendment Cases GP-01-06/GP-01-10) and related Final Environmental Impact Report (SCH##2006022136). Specific topics include Community Group Presentations; Universal Paragon Corporation, applicant; Owners: various; APN: various.
V. MAYOR/COUNCIL MATTERS
A. City Council Schedule
VI. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION
A. Acknowledge receipt of written communication regarding the Brisbane Baylands
TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL
When an item you’re concerned with appears on the agenda, you may address the Council at that time. Otherwise, you may address the Council under Oral Communications. Please fill in a “Notice of Request to Address Brisbane City Council” and give to the City Clerk so that your name can be accurately included in the minutes. When recognized, please come up to the microphone, and begin by stating your name and address. Conciseness is appreciated. Any attendee who wishes accommodation for a disability should contact Ingrid Padilla, Interim City Clerk at (415) 508-2113.
ABOUT THE BRISBANE BAYLANDS DEVELOPMENT:
The Brisbane Baylands encompasses approximately 660 acres, generally bordered on the west by Bayshore Boulevard, north by the City and County of San Francisco, east by the U.S. Hwy 101 causeway, and south by Brisbane Lagoon. It is comprised of a former municipal landfill and former rail yard, and presents both exciting opportunities and formidable challenges for the City. The site’s history left a legacy of contamination requiring millions of dollars and years of remediation, which is still ongoing. Yet the remediated site holds the promise of enhanced environmental quality, opportunities for use and enjoyment by Brisbane residents via trails and enhanced open spaces, and new sustainable development contributing to the City’s economic health, social diversity, and environment.
The City is committed to a planning process which engages the community and maximizes opportunities for open dialogue and input along with public review and comment. You may direct general comments or questions regarding the Baylands to Baylands@ci.brisbane.ca.us. Also, for general information on past and future activities, agenda reports and presentations, see the Sequence of Events. Some of the most commonly asked questions may be viewed at FAQs.
Public Space Master Plan
- Renewable Energy Study
- UC Berkeley Landscape Architecture Presentation, “A Sketchbook of Ideas” (Spring 2005)