New Ordinance & User Agreement language for private use of LBR&BFDMTS

Thanks to Public Works Director Lj Hansen, Senior Project Manager Dan Adams, City Manager Liaison Jonathan Torres, City Attorney Kay Wilson & Councilpersons Delceno Miles & John Moss, and OPCL President Danny Murphy for meeting with us Friday morning in the new Building One at the Municipal Center to work out the details of the Ordinance & User Agreement for private use of the LBR&BFDMTS.

We really appreciate the community engagement in this process!

Have any questions or comments?

Edit: Updated SOT added below.

New potential Ordinance for LBR&BF dredge transfer station for private use update

September 20th is new possible City Council hearing date.

From a City Attorney:

“This ordinance does not require a public hearing, but you will be able to speak on the agenda item.”

As of now the language in potential Ordinance & LBR&BF User Agreement is unknown.

View potential Ordinance language & potential LBR&BF User Agreement language below.

This entire civic engagement thing about a historically controversial topic directly related to safety in the Bayfront area has been fascinating.

Previously, including links to the history of LBR&BF as a potential dredge transfer station for private use at “As of now there are no plans to use it as a dredge materials transfer station” and Updated Presentation info for BAC Thursday July 21 meeting.

Potential safety regulations for LBR&BF use?