October 8, 2012 Design Review Board Meeting
October 8, 2012
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
50 California Street, 26th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94111
- Call to Order
- Approval of Draft Minutes for February 6, 2012 Meeting
- Burlingame Point, City of Burlingame, San Mateo County.(Second Pre-Application Review) [ pdf 193 ] Exhibits [ pdf 4.9MB ]
BCDCís Design Review Board will conduct a second review of a proposal to construct a campus with six buildings (including a parking structure), a realigned road, publicly-accessible shoreline areas, shoreline protection improvements, and a bicycle/pedestrian path at an existing bridge, at an approximately 20-acre site, located at 300-333 Airport Boulevard, in the City of Burlingame, San Mateo County. The activities proposed within the Commissionís Bay and 100-foot shoreline band jurisdictions include construction of the public access areas, sections of outdoor dining areas, a portion of the realigned roadway, and the shoreline protection. The proposed buildings and the majority of the realigned road would occur outside of the Commissionís jurisdiction. (Jaime Michaels) [415/352-3613 firstname.lastname@example.org]
- Bay Ship and Yacht Dry Dock and Public Access Improvements, City and County of Alameda.
(First Review)[ pdf 156 ] Exhibits [ pdf 11.8MB ]
BCDC's Design Review Board will hold a public hearing on a proposal to moor, operate and maintain an additional dry dock at their Alameda facility and create approximately 970 linear feet of new Bay Trail and two acres of open space, along the northwest edge of the City of Alamedaís shoreline, west of the Alameda Point ferry terminal. The public access improvements would include a new 8-foot-wide multi-use public access trail paralleling the shoreline, six overlook areas with landscaping, and interpretive elements salvaged from the shipyard to provide unique seating opportunities and gateways. (Ming Yeung) [415/352-3616 email@example.com]
- Central Marin Ferry Connection Multi-Use Pathway Project, City of Larkspur, Marin County.
(First Review) [ pdf 152 ] Exhibits [ pdf 6MB ]
BCDC's Design Review Board will hold a public hearing to construct a new multi-use pathway from the existing Cal Park Hill Tunnel Pathway and future Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) Larkspur station (to be located east of Highway 101 and north of East Sir Francis Drake Boulevard) to the existing multi-use pathway located south of East Sir Francis Drake Boulevard along the north bank of the Corte Madera Creek. The proposed pathway would consist of: (1) an at-grade pathway from the existing Cal Park Tunnel Pathway to East Sir Francis Drake Boulevard; (2) a ramp with retaining walls that connects the pathway to the north side of East Sir Francis Drake Boulevard; (3) an approximately 12-foot-wide Warren Truss Pedestrian bridge over East Sir Francis Drake Boulevard; and (4) an approximately 273-foot-long elevated access ramp structure connecting the bridge to the south side of East Sir Francis Drake Boulevard that would wrap around and through the existing wood trestle and provide an approximately 1,100-square-foot viewing platform overlooking Corte Madera Creek and the San Francisco Bay beyond.
(Ming Yeung) [415/352-3616 firstname.lastname@example.org]
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