Sunday, February 19, 2017

PRNC to consider land use and parking

   POINT RICHMOND - The Point Richmond Neighborhood Council will take up several land use issues Wednesday night - and a parking permit program - when the council meets, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
      First will be The Plunge West Collaborative Project, presented by Maryn Hurlbut and Andrew Butt. The Plunge West project was discussed at the last PRNC meeting. Here is a link to the PDF presented at the January PRNC meeting: PLUNGE.
Artist's concept - Quarry Development
     The second land use item will be a report/presentation on the proposed housing project for the Bottoms Quarry Development proposed by New West Communities.
     A link to the company's website with details about what it seeks to do can be found by clicking the following link: Bottoms Quarry project.
     The third land use item the PRNC will consider is a home renovation at 719 Golden Gate.
     Other items on the PRNC agenda include:
     RICHMOND PROMISE - Executive director Jessie Stewart is scheduled for a 15-minute agenda item, beginning at 8:09 p.m.
     The East Bay Times published a feature story about Richmond Promise in its Friday edition that can be read here: Richmond Promise.
     PARKING - Denee Evans of the City of Richmond Transportation and Parking Services will be outlining a Point Richmond Neighborhood Parking Permit program.
Evans is scheduled to begin that presentation at 8:29 p.m.

Bottoms Quarry Development
Bottoms Quarry Development - closer view