VIDEO. From the Granada Community Service District (GCSD) Director’s meeting on Thursday, February, 23rd, 2023 at 7:30pm by Zoom.
Chair, Nancy Marsh, asks for the Administrative Report from Admin, Delia Comito. Director, Matthew Clark, comments.
From the GCSD Adminstrative Staff Report form the February 23rd, 2023 meeting
SPECIAL NOTE Please be advised, on 02/02/23, the District received a project referral from the City of Half Moon Bay for a proposed 3-story, 14 room hotel on APN 047-252-280 and 290, located between The Beach House and Sam’s Restaurant. Attached is a location map and the building profile for your review. Project referrals are part of a pre-planning approval process, and the applicant will have to obtain planning approval from the City before submitting a sewer permit application to the District. Applications received by the District for projects requiring more than two ERU’s of sewer capacity will be presented to the Board for consideration of sewer permit approval. The timing for presentation to the GCSD Board for any large project will depend on how long it takes to obtain project approvals from the City or County (as applicable), and when the applicant submits a completed sewer permit application to the District.
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The District is responsible for parks, recreation, garbage and recycling services in the unincorporated areas of El Granada, Princeton, Princeton-by-the-Sea, Clipper Ridge, and Miramar.
GCSD Regular Board Meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month at 7:30 pm in the District’s meeting room, and are normally shown on Pacific Coast TV (PCT) (Cable channel 27) at 6:00 am on Wednesday and at 11:00 am Saturday following the meeting (but check the schedule as show times can vary).
To protect public health and safety, preserve our environment, and maintain fiscal soundness by providing high quality service for wastewater, solid waste collection, recycling, and serving the community’s needs for parks and recreation, through responsible operations and management.
The Granada Sanitary District was formed in 1958 under the California Sanitary District Act of 1923. In October of 2014, the District was reorganized as the Granada Community Services District under California Government Code 61000 et seq. The District is responsible for parks, recreation, garbage and recycling services in the unincorporated areas of El Granada, Princeton, Princeton-by-the-Sea, Clipper Ridge, and Miramar. The District is also responsible for the sewage collection system and disposal for approximately 2,500 residences and businesses in these same unincorporated areas as well as the northern portion of the City of Half Moon Bay. Garbage and recycling services are provided by Recology of the Coast under a franchise agreement with the Granada Community Services District.
The District office is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and is located on the third floor of 504 Avenue Alhambra, El Granada. To contact the District please call (650) 726-7093. Regular board meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m.
Board of Directors for 2023
Board members serve four year terms, and are elected on a staggered two year basis in even numbered years. Board members receive $145 per meeting as compensation for their service on the board.
Barbara Dye – President
Nancy Marsh – Vice President
Jen Randle – Director
Matthew Clark – Director
Jill M. Grant – Director
General Manager: Chuck Duffy, Dudek & Associates
Assistant General Manager: Delia Comito
Legal Counsel: William Parkin, Wittwer Parkin LLP
District Engineer: John Rayner, Kennedy/Jenks Consultants
Administrative Assistant: Nora Mayen
Bad ideas never die. This is not the first go-around for this property and shows what a bad thing for the Midcoast HMB’s cherrystem is.
If development is a must, make this a parking lot to get the damn cars for Sam’s customers off the shoulders of the highway.