San Mateo County Harbor District move to Districted Elections – Reminder of Public Meetings

South San Francisco, CA  August 19, 2018 Submitted by SMCHD

Continuing the process in the move to Districted Elections, the Harbor District will host two more public workshop meetings for the public to provide input for proposed draft maps which were reviewed by the Board of Commissioners meeting Wednesday, August 15.

 

These meetings are as follows:

 

August 22, 6:30 pm

Municipal Services Building

33 Arroyo Dr., South San Francisco

 

August 23, 6:30 pm

Harbor District Administration Office

504 Ave. Alhambra, El Granada

 

Following these workshops, the Harbor District Board of Commissioners will review the draft maps at a special board meeting on September 5 in the El Granada Harbor District Administrative Office.  These proposed maps will be available on the District website no later than August 29.

 

More information is available at the District website, which will be continuously updated:  www.smharbor.com/district-elections

 

About the San Mateo County Harbor District

The San Mateo County Harbor District was first established in 1933 and now operates both Pillar Point Harbor and Oyster Point Marina/Park. Pillar Point Harbor, near Half Moon Bay, remains a major commercial and sport fishing harbor with 369 berths. It is host to many public events throughout the year. Oyster Point Marina/Park in the City of South San Francisco provides a 408-berth marina, boat launch ramp, fishing pier, and open space and trails. At both facilities, the District manages the property, renders public safety and search and rescue functions, and provides opportunities for many kinds of recreational activities.

The District is governed by a five-member Board of Harbor Commissioners, who are currently elected county-wide for staggered four-year terms.

 

For more information:

 

Steve McGrath, General Manager

(650) 583-4400

smcgrath@smharbor.com


 

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