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This is just a reminder that you may review and comment on the Balboa Reservoir Project developer proposals until Sunday June 25th, 2017.  The video of presentations, printed proposals, and comment forms are all available at http://sfwater.org/balboa/proposals.

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The Presentation of the Proposals for the Balboa Reservoir Site at Riordan HS on June 10th was a well-attended community meeting with good public engagement–but there are still more opportunities over the next two weeks for you to participate in the public review and comment process, details below image. (Read more about the Balboa Reservoir Project here.)

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Presentation of the Proposals for the Balboa Reservoir Site, Archbishop Riordan High School cafeteria, Sat June 10.


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This is the first of three opportunities for community members to give their feedback about the three proposed projects.

To learn more about the project, click the Balboa Reservoir Project tab at the top.

Balboa Reservoir Project poster, June 10, 2017 community meeting

Presentation of Proposals for the Balboa Reservoir, Communiyt Meeting, Saturday, June 10, 2017, 10 am – 1 pm, Archibishop Riordan High School Cafeteria, 175 Phelan Ave, SF CA

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From SFMTA: UPDATE: Balboa Park Station Area Improvement Project

Balboa Park Station and the surrounding area is one of the highest ridership BART stations outside of downtown San Francisco. There are multiple ongoing projects that aims to improve the safety and accessibility for road users and riders travelling to and from the area. The Green Light Rail Center Track Replacement Project, located on Geneva and San Jose avenues, is one of these projects to improve system reliability with track replacements, upgrades to the overhead contact system and installation of accessible ramps and some landscape improvements.

Beginning Saturday, May 20, the K Ingleside line will resume its normal route and service to and from Balboa Park Station.      (more…)

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Tomorrow, Saturday May 13, SNA is holding a special meeting to offer you information and a chance to ask questions about the Balboa Reservoir Project. The meeting is 10-11am at the Sunnyside Conservatory (236 Monterey Blvd near Baden).

Lisa Spinali, ex-SNA president and current chair of the Community Advisory Committee will be present, as well as representatives from SF Planning Dept to address your concerns.

Then, on Saturday June 10, plans crafted by the three developer finalists will be presented, and the public will have a chance to review and provide feedback. The comment process does not end there — there will be an online portal for feedback, as well as a place to submit written comments. Presentation will be held at 10am, Riordan High School, 175 Phelan Ave. More information here.

The project encompasses housing and public park space. There will be many impacts on the neighborhood, and community input has been a part of the process from the beginning in 2015. In this critical phase, all residents are welcome and encouraged to participate — it is not “too late” to have an impact!

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Site of Balboa Reservoir Project, currently used as parking for City College of SF. Image created using OpenStreetMap.

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Tue, May 9, 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Diego Rivera Theatre, City College of San Francisco, Phelan Avenue (near Judson Ave), San Francisco, CA

Featuring the Advanced Jazz (Big) Band & Jazz Club Ensemble Directed by David Hardiman, Jr. with David Hardiman , SR. Emcee. Special Guest Artist, George “Jazzbeau” Spencer, Trumpter, Pianist, Composer.

Admission FREE, open seating.

 

 

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Article on Socketsite regarding the proposed Performing Arts Center for City College: “Questions about CCSF’s Performing Arts Center and Parking Emerge” http://www.socketsite.com/archives/2017/05/questions-about-ccsfs-performing-arts-center-and-parking-emerge.html

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