January 6, 2014 Design Review Board Meeting
January 6, 2014
6:30 - 8:00
BCDC McAteer Petris Conference Room
455 Golden Gate Avenue, Suite 10600
San Francisco, CA
- Call to Order
- Approval of Draft Minutes for October 7, 2013 Meeting [ 116KB]
- Water Emergency Transit Authority (WETA) Central Bay Operations & Maintenance Facility, City of Alameda, Alameda County (First Pre-Application Review) [ 147KB] Exhibit [ 24MB]
BCDC’s Design Review Board will hold a public hearing on a proposal to construct a maintenance and administrative facility to serve the Water Emergency Transit Authority (WETA) Central Bay ferry operations, including a 6,100-square-foot, four-story building, berthing facilities for 8-12 vessels, and a yard to support the maintenance activities. The public access improvements proposed include replacing an existing Bay Trail segment with an approximately 145-foot-long new trail in an adjoining park, installing a new five-foot-wide pathway adjacent to the fence bordering the site, constructing a 17-foot wide pathway along the northern edge of the project site, along Hornet Avenue and installing new directional and interpretive signage throughout the area.
(Erik Buehmann) [415/352-3645 email@example.com]
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