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C/CAG Vacancy on a Public Committee - Apply by 1/31

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The City/County Association of Governments of San Mateo County (C/CAG) has one (1) vacant seat for a public member that is a resident of San Mateo County on the C/CAG Congestion Management and Environmental Quality (CMEQ) Committee.

The C/CAG CMEQ provides advice and recommendations to the full C/CAG Board on all matters relating to transportation planning, congestion management, travel demand management, coordination of land use and transportation planning, mobile source air quality programs, energy resources and conservation, and other environmental issues facing local jurisdictions in San Mateo County.  The role of the C/CAG CMEQ Committee also includes making recommendations to the C/CAG Board on the allocation of funding for specific projects and activities addressing these programmatic areas.

Individuals wishing to be considered for appointment to serve on this committee should send a letter of interest by 4pm, Friday, January 31, 2020.

For more information, please click here.


HEART's Second Unit Open Houses

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HEART's Second Unit Open Houses are This Week!  Don't Miss Out, Register Now!


Tuesday, January 14
6:00pm - 8:00pm
San Carlos Library
2nd floor Conference Room
610 Elm St.
San Carlos, CA 94070

Register Here or go to tinyurl.com/SanCarlosADUOpenHouse

Wednesday, January 15
6:00pm - 8:00pm
City Council Chambers and Atrium
Municipal Services Building
33 Arroyo Dr.
South San Francisco, CA 94080

Register Here or go to tinyurl.com/SSFADUOpenHouse

If you cannot attend either of the Open Houses, don't worry: HEART will post the preliminary designs on their ADU website (heartofsmcadu.org) and you can view and comment on the designs at your convenience.  If you are able to attend in-person, you can expect to:

  • Check out a variety of layouts: including a studio, 1-bedroom, and 2-bedroom plans
  • Learn about different architectural styles and green amenity options
  • Provide your feedback and ideas that will help guide HEART!


DTSC Community Survey

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DTSC Survey

The Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) is one of the regulating agencies overseeing the environmental investigation and cleanup activities at the Brisbane Baylands (their portion being the northwesterly area, referred to as UPC OU-SM in the draft Feasibility Study/Remedial Action Plan that DTSC is currently reviewing).  As a part of this review process, DTSC recently sent out a 2-page Community Survey to all of Brisbane and parts of Daly City and San Francisco located closest to the site.  The survey was also provided in Spanish and Chinese (see below).  DTSC is asking community members to complete both sides of the survey and return it in the self-addressed, stamped envelope by Friday, January 17th.  You are also welcome to return the survey electronically to asha.setty@dtsc.ca.gov.  If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Asha Setty, Public Participation Specialist, at asha.setty@dtsc.ca.gov or (510) 540-3910.

DTSC Community Letter and Survey - English | Spanish | Chinese

January 2020 STAR Newsletter

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Please click here to read the January 2020 STAR Newsletter.


January 2020 Marina News

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marinalogo Click here to read the January 2020 Marina Newsletter