Friday, July 16, 2010

Stocking up, and Taking Stock

It's apparent that some Brisbane residents are beginning to gear up for this year's City-Wide Yard Sale, taking place from 8:30am - 3:00pm. Check out this previous blog post for more information...and make sure that on the day-of, you stop by the Community Park for a Brisbane Lions Club-hosted BBQ, especially after you've worked up an appetite from all the browsing and treasure-finding!

Please join city staff, along with representatives from the City and County of San Francisco, the San Francisco County Transportation Authority, Association of Bay Area Governments, and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission for a...
The workshop will be taking place in Brisbane, next Saturday, July 24th, from 10am - 12pm at the Community Center (250 Visitacion Ave.).

The agencies mentioned above are seeking input to ensure that the station serves the community's needs and vision for the future. Specifically,
  1. What are the best ways to make the station easier to use, especially by foot and by bike?
  2. What are the most effective ways to connect Caltrain and the new proposed transit services?
  3. What would make transit a more attractive travel option in this area?
  4. What would make the station a highly visible, attractive community asset?

So please come out for this very important community workshop. Your voice matters.

For more information, visit or call Chester Fung, San Francisco County Transportation Authority, at (415) 522-4804.

Lastly, we wanted to inform the community that a farmers' market will also be coming to the Cow Palace next Saturday and continue weekly through October 16th. See below for details:

At the market, there will be approximately 50 vendors selling only California-grown produce, dry goods such as pasta, and baked goods that you can nibble on right on the spot. There will be plenty of parking, so take advantage of a farmers' market being only 1.6 miles away from town and stock up on some of California's finest, tree-ripened, just-picked, produce!

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