BoDean Asphalt Co. Meeting this week and more

Apr 22, 2012 in Miscellany, Neighbor News, Public Meetings, Videos

BoDean Company Inc. is asking the City of Santa Rosa to allow the installation of three storage silos (in addition to the one existing silo) and other improvements. This is an important meeting as this operation is in the midst of our neighborhood and the downtown.

Video- An interesting look at the BoDean operation

  April 26th, Thursday- Public Hearing for BoDean Company. Location: City Hall Chamber, City Hall, 100 Santa Rosa Ave. Time: 4 p.m.

The BoDean Company viewed from Cleveland Ave.

A request has been made to the City by the BoDean Asphalt Plant (located on College Avenue just west of Cleveland Avenue) to add three new silos for asphalt storage – each over 7 stories tall. Concerns of residents living near the BoDean facility are based on noise, dust, traffic, visual blight and air pollution currently produced by this plant. Additional silos don’t address these issues and encourage this facility to continue and expand this business in a residential area.

The purpose of the public hearing will be to receive public comment and recommendations prior to the Planning Commission acting on the requested application. If you cannot attend, you are encourage to subit written comments and recommendations prior to the public hearing. Comments and questions may be directed to Bill Rose, City Planner, Dept. of Community Development, City of S. R. 100 Santa Rosa Ave., Room 3, Santa Rosa CA 95404  Phone: 707-543-3253  Email: wrose@srcity.org

 

Notice of Public Hearing

Staff Report for Planning Commission

P.C. Agenda

Another informational meeting for a proposed mixed use building on Davis Street:

April 25th, Wednesday- Neighborhood Meeting for proposed mixed-use development at 510 Davis Street.  For info: Bill Rose, City Planner Phone: 707-543-3253 wrose@srcity.org Notice of Neighborhood Meeting Location: City Hall Room 7 Time: 6 p.m.

 

Finally! Santa Rosa is finalizing plans to complete the undercrossing on Sixth Street. The project is anticipated to take 26 weeks, with an estimated start date of May 14, 2012. Once completed, it will create a critical link for pedestrians, cyclists, and vehicles to the downtown area and Railroad Square Historic District, transit mall, and SMART station.

 

 

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