Adding park land and perhaps even more sports facilities on the bay front has been a long-term B'game dream of may past councils. This one is no different this piece from today's DJ tells us
Burlingame is pushing ahead with an interest to develop a new park on a large slice of Bayfront property, despite uncertainty regarding the design of the public space and potential difficulties with seasonal wetlands on the site.
Parks and Recreation Director Margaret Glomstad will continue working toward turning the 8.81 acres of land on two parcels around 450 Airport Blvd. into park land, under direction given by City Council at the Monday, March 2 meeting.
The city would need to enter into a long-term lease with the California State Lands Commission with intent to construct a park on the land, that is currently a vacant, overgrown lot, abutting the Bayshore, near Kincaid’s Restaurant and the former drive-in theater site.
Click through to read up on the regulatory snag the puddles are creating! There are some great quotes there! It does make me wonder where the Rec Center went as a "top priority"?