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GCSD Parks Update on Quarry Park Pump Track and Burnham Park Draft Plan
July 6, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
GRANADA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT PARKS ADVISORY COMMITTEE REGULAR MEETING AGENDA Monday, July 6, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.
The Parks Advisory Committee (PAC) serves the GCSD Board of Directors by providing recommendations on and assistance with parks and recreation related issues.
The PAC is advisory only, and does not have any decision-making authority.
CALL TO ORDER AT 7:00 PM: Below is information on the 7 pm July 6 PAC meeting.
This will be held via a zoom conference. Just click on the link below to join the meeting and enter the password if prompted, or you can call in using the number below.
Be sure to mute your mic unless you want to speak.
Meeting ID: 937 2693 6240 Password: 233718
One tap mobile +16699006833,,93726936240# US (San Jose)
Committee Members: Nancy Marsh (Chair), Patrick Tierney (Vice Chair), Paul Koelsch, Susannah Cantrell, Fran Pollard, Michelle Dragony and Richard Barker.
Staff Members: Claudia Marshall, GCSD Recreation Coordinator
PUBLIC COMMENTS For comments regarding issues not on the agenda. Limit is 3-minutes per person. (No discussion or action can take place).
1. Approve 2/3/20 Meeting Minutes.
2. Presentation Burnham Park Draft Plan.
3. Review and Provide feedback on current Burnham Park draft plan.
4. Develop recommendations for next stage of public review/input.
5. Update on QP Pump Track.
6. Review /feedback on proposed summer/fall recreation.
7. Confirm or reschedule next PAC meeting date: August 3, 2020. EST. TIME 5 mins. 25 mins. 15 mins. 15 mins. 15 mins. 10 mins. 5 mins. ADJOURN EST. 8:30
Links to previous GCSD meetings’ videos.
The Granada Community Services District (GCSD), formerly the Granada Sanitary District, gained park and recreational jurisdiction on October 1, 2014, for the unincorporated areas of El Granada, Miramar and Princeton (i.e. the “GCSD Community”) by a positive vote of 60% of the voters in the District. This reorganization allows the district to provide parks and recreation services in addition to the sewer, solid waste and recycling services it currently provides to over 2,500 residences and businesses in the District as well as the northern portion of the City of Half Moon Bay. Solid waste and recycling services are provided by Recology of the Coast under a franchise agreement with GCSD.
The parks and recreation function is funded by utilizing a portion of GCSD’s share of San Mateo County property tax revenues, not from sewer charges. GCSD’s goal is to provide parks and recreation services that benefit the GCSD community, with a commitment to robust neighborhood outreach on new projects.
Granada Parks Advisory Committee (PAC) Agenda
GCSD owns the undeveloped “Burnham Strip” property along Obispo Street between Coronado Street and Avenue Alhambra in El Granada, which may be developed as an El Granada gateway park.
Additional potential park areas are a small GCSD-owned parcel on Capistrano Road in Princeton and the road medians in El Granada. GCSD and SMC completed a Permit Agreement in February 2018 which allows the District to make improvements to the El Granada Medians. GCSD may implement landscaping, seating, and active and passive recreational improvements on these properties, following an open and transparent community outreach process and all required permit and environmental review processes.