Development

South San Francisco Recruitment for Design Review Board

April 11, 2018
By
South San Francisco Recruitment for Design Review Board

South San Francisco, CA   April 11, 2018  SSF Press Release The City of South San Francisco is now accepting applications for those interested in serving on the City’s Design Review Board (DRB) advisory committee. Following the approval of the City’s Downtown Station Area Specific Plan (DSASP) in 2015, the City has experienced a substantial increase…

Read more »

Safeway Shopping Center Construction Update

April 10, 2018
By
Safeway Shopping Center Construction Update

South San Francisco, CA  April 10, 2018  Submitted by City of South San Francisco EDITORS NOTE: The development is moving forward, albeit slowly, yet without the housing component to the relief of neighbors who find this area already congested.  It is noteworthy it is no longer identified as the Centennial Transit Village, the City referring…

Read more »

Community Civic Campus Neighborhood Informational Meeting: Monday, April 23rd, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

April 10, 2018
By
Community Civic Campus Neighborhood Informational Meeting:  Monday, April 23rd, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

South San Francisco, CA   April 10, 2018  Submitted by Leslie Arroyo, City of South San Francisco When:   Monday, April 23, 2018; 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Where:  Municipal Services Building, 33 Arroyo Drive The City is excited to embark on the next phase of our Measure W Community Civic Campus effort. We have selected a…

Read more »

Letter to the Editor: A long time resident speaks his mind about development – and elected officials

April 9, 2018
By
Letter to the Editor: A long time resident speaks his mind about development – and elected officials

South San Francisco, CA   April 9, 2018  by Corey David via Nextdoor Please allow this sixty year resident of South San Francisco to share a little, if not a lot, of insight with you.     A panel of five “political hobbyists” (our city council) has come forward with a plan to build a city…

Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Update on Measure W

April 7, 2018
By
Letter to the Editor: Update on Measure W

South San Francisco, CA   April 7, 2018 Submitted by a South San Francisco resident Dear Editor: As a public service, the Measure W Community Meetings are scheduled for the public by the SMITHGROUP.JJR, ARCHITECTS: PLEASE POST Measure W Subcommittee  4/9/18 @ 1 PM  City Hall Conference Room Friends of the Library        …

Read more »

Residential Development in South San Francisco

March 27, 2018
By
Residential Development in South San Francisco

South San Francisco, CA  March 27, 2018 With cranes hovering above us and traffic congestion in front and behind us, many South City residents are saying Enough is Enough! Long time residents believe this growth is too much at one time and continue to ask City officials to slow down the development that is changing…

Read more »

Letter to Editor: Protest Set for Wed March 28 at City Council – Stop 12 Story Building on Old Mission/Chestnut/ECR

March 26, 2018
By
Letter to Editor: Protest Set for Wed March 28 at City Council – Stop 12 Story Building on Old Mission/Chestnut/ECR

South San Francisco, Ca    March 26, 2018  Submitted by South San Francisco Resident  (EDIT TIME INFO BELOW} Dear Editor, I moved here 32 years ago because our family really liked the small feel of this City, the close knit community, and the pace of life yet we are close to San Francisco and other…

Read more »

Community Meetings Announced for New Library, Civic Center to be Located at ECR and Chestnut

March 22, 2018
By
Community Meetings Announced for New Library, Civic Center to be Located at ECR and Chestnut

South San Francisco, CA    March 22, 2018  Submitted by SSF Public Library The next community meeting about the new library and community center is Tuesday, March 27, 6:00 p.m. at the West Orange Library. Not able to come Tuesday? There will be many chances to contribute. Here’s a bigger list of upcoming meetings: •…

Read more »

Can We Make Quality of Life a Priority in SSF?

March 10, 2018
By
Can We Make Quality of Life a Priority in SSF?

South San Francisco, CA    March 9, 2018  by  Mel Ellison, ESC Correspondent Like the rumbling of a jet on takeoff from SFO, the sound of discontent can be heard throughout South San Francisco, but are our City officials listening? The grumbling is emanating from longtime residents who are tired of their concerns being ignored by…

Read more »

City Council Special Meeting ‘Retreat’ January 11, 2018 Minutes

March 10, 2018
By
City Council Special Meeting ‘Retreat’ January 11, 2018 Minutes

South San Francisco, CA    March 9, 2018  Editors Note: This past year we have witnessed a growing discontent by residents who believe the City is on the wrong track with the extensive developments being built bringing with it increased traffic congestion that seems contrary to the City’s poll stating 84% are satisfied. Each year, after…

Read more »