Important note: the following recommendation was approved by the Board of Supervisors on June 6, 2017:
DISTRICT 3 (Supervisor Don Horsley)
FY 2016-17 Measure K Request
Princeton Street End - Waterfront Access Improvement Project Transfer $40,000 to the Department of Public Works
One of the goals of Plan Princeton, the County’s effort to update the Princeton land use plan, calls for enhancements to coastal access, recreation, research, and education opportunities. Plan Princeton identifies a number of street-ends, including Columbia Avenue and West Point Avenue, as opportunities to improve beach access from the street. Currently, the street-ends consist of unpaved right-of-way.
The pilot Princeton Street-End Waterfront Access Improvement Project will include beach access improvements at the end of Columbia Avenue and West Point Avenue in Princeton. The Midcoast Community Council will review the project plans and County staff will gather Council and public input as the plans are developed. Adjacent property owners will also be notified in advance of project implementation.
The Department of Public Works will oversee the permitting and construction of improvements at the street ends in Princeton. The Department of Public Works will receive a total of $40,000 of Measure K funds to complete the pilot Princeton Street-End Waterfront Access Improvement Project.
Total Measure K Request: $40,000
Important note: this is a copy of the official Board report.