Just in time for Earth Day on Friday comes this news that after a year of wrangling with the state, something might eventually be done about a major eyesore/threat on the Bayfront. The DJ has the article noting
But the State Lands Commission recently committed to removing the shack, according to Burlingame City Attorney Kathleen Kane, and officials are hopeful the issue will soon be resolved.
“The city is very happy they will be signing a contract to remove the building,” said Kane. “In the meantime though, we would hope that members of the public would steer clear of that area.”
Kane said officials have worked with the state for roughly one year to tear down the structure, which sits exposed to the public in a parking lot abutting 8.8 acres of unkempt property along Airport Boulevard.
The structure on property owned by the State Lands Commission, near 450 Airport Blvd., has become an increasingly popular location for people to dump their trash and engage in other sorts of unhealthy activity, said resident Daniel Kates.
Let's start the meter running today and see how long it takes. If it were a small house bought by a spec builder, it would be gone by Wednesday.......