VIDEO. Looking for a New General Manager for SAM. See 3D below. Discussion on what the next General Manager looks like. The Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside (SAM) provides wastewater treatment services and contract collection maintenance services for a population […]
NOW A VIDEO / PODCAST. Bedtime Stories presents ~ The Three Bears by Paul Galdone. This Bedtime Story is read by Lorraine Sarullo. Lorraine has a chiropractic practice in Burlingame called Awaken Wellness. How to Use Bedtime Stories as an Independent Reading Tutor Prepare your child for a relaxing audio podcast experience. Whether in […]
VIDEO. Midcoast Community Council interviews OES Manager of Emergency Services for San Mateo County, Kevin Rose. Rose talks on means of communication on the coastside in an emergency: SMC Alert (sign up, 99k signed up, only 1 in 8 in SMCo; 760,000) WEA (wireless emergency alert-like CHP Amber alert) Emergency alert system on TV and […]
VIDEO. The City Council will consider awarding a contract for design and environmental review for the Poplar Complete Street Project at its upcoming meeting, and the community is invited to attend. The agenda, staff report, and attachments can be downloaded here. This discussion will be about awarding the design contract for this project. It will […]
VIDEO. General Manager, Clemens Heldmaier’s staff gives a very informative monitoring report on the state of the unique bedrock Alta Vista well and aquifer (@23:54). Did You Know Montara Water is the Best Water on the Peninsula? (@1:03:45) Learn more about the dynamics between the board and staff (@1:15:15). (650) 728-3545 Website is down, but […]
VIDEO. Office of Emergency Services (OES), Brian Molver , our Coastside Emergency Coordinator talks abour our coastal Incident Command System and Evacuation Plans at the 4/24/19 MidCoast Community Council Meeting. Fire, earthquakes, tsunami and storms are our disasters to prepare for. Observe, Act decisively move out of harms way. KCBS 106.9 FM / 740 AM […]
VIDEO. Bathrooms will have on-time locks (to keep people out after dark) with panic hardware (so you can get out easily). First project from the Parks Master Plan.