March 6, 2017 Design Review Board

Time and Location

5:30 p.m.
Bay Area Metro Center
375 Beale Street
Yerba Buena Room, First Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105
(415) 778-6700

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Tentative Agenda

  1. Call to Order and Safety Announcement
  2. Report of Regulatory Director
  3. Approval of Draft Minutes for December 5, 2016
  4. West Gateway Public Access Area at the former Oakland Army Base, City of Oakland, Alameda County; (Second Review)
    The Design Review Board will hold their second review of a proposal by California Capital Investment Group and the City of Oakland for the West Gateway Public Access Area, at Wharf 7, at the former Oakland Army Base in the City of Oakland. The project is being proposed pursuant to a requirement of BCDC Permit No. 2013.013.01, which authorized the reconstruction of Burma Road. The proposed public access includes an approximately 57-space parking lot, a viewing area, and other improvements.
    (Tinya Hoang) [415/352-3622;]


  5. Briefing on the Latest Planning and Guidance for Water Trail Sites Around the Bay
    The Design Review Board will receive a briefing by Ben Botkin, ABAG’s Water Trail Planner, regarding the Latest Planning and Guidance for Water Trail Sites Around the Bay.
    (Andrea Gaffney) [415/352-3643;]

  6. Adjournment

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