April 12, 2010 Design Review Board Meeting
April 12, 2010
BCDC Conference Room
50 California Street, 26th Floor
San Francisco, CA
- Call to Order
- Approval of Draft Minutes for the February 8, 2010 Meeting
- San Francisco Marina West Basin Expansion Project, San Francisco Department of Parks and Recreation (First Review) 213KB Exhibits 3.7MB
(Max Delaney) [415-352-3668]
The Design Review Board will hold a public hearing on a proposal by the San Francisco Department of Parks and Recreation to implement the San Francisco Marina West Basin Expansion Project located on the northern waterfront in the City and County of San Francisco. The project involves reconfiguring boat docks and slips, making repairs to existing seawalls and the outer jetty, installing a new 300-foot-long floating breakwater and a new 185-foot-long fixed breakwater, removing the Scott Street mole and a portion of the West Street mole, excavating a new 18-foot-deep sand trap at the southeast end of the outer jetty, and renovating the interiors of two existing buildings. In addition, the project includes new public access areas on the West Mole and around the Harbormaster’s Office, a new seating overlook at the Scott Street terminus, two new bulb-out seating areas along Marina Boulevard, and other public access improvements around the perimeter of the West Basin.
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