Tuesday: Planning Commission Transit Corridor Plan Community Meeting

Between 6 and 8 p.m. Tuesday: Ask your Transit Corridor Plan questions.

The San Bruno Planning Division will be hosting a community workshop Tuesday, Dec. 18 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at San Bruno City Hall, room 115.
This meeting is intended for the residents within the Transit Corridors Plan area and around the edges as the City wants to reach out to those people specifically since they are the ones who would be most affected by the plan. HOWEVER the City welcomes any San Bruno resident or business owner to attend. 

The plan can be downloaded from: http://planbruno.org/

The plan contains proposed improvements that COULD eventually happen here in San Bruno BUT there will be many future open meetings and Council meetings with votes and if the decision involves approving additional building heights, a vote by the residents MUST be approved.

Nothing in the plan has already been approved. This is a work in progress plan and this Planning Commission Open Meeting is another step allowing YOU to offer your input. 

Input received at these meetings should be considered by the Planning Commission, City staff, and the San Bruno City Council before ANY specific votes are taken on ANY aspect contained in the proposed plan.

You should address your specific "pre-meeting" questions to:
Mark Sullivan
Interim Community Development Director
City of San Bruno
567 El Camino Real
Tel: (650) 616-7053
Fax:(650) 873-6749
Email: msullivan@sunburn.ca.go

John Hanson December 16, 2012 at 11:11 PM
Mark, any word on bidders for the New Hotel, which were due by Dec.14th?
Chris Kiely December 21, 2012 at 11:20 PM
I hate how local stories drop off Patch so quickly. Seems the mud-slinging fights on uber-local topics drive everything else off the front page. Hard to get info or answers on topics, which makes it doubly discouraging trying to keep involved.


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