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September 24, 2021


Paloma Ave

I know that I cannot seem to let this go, but Beach and Brownrigg are responsible for banning natural gas hook-ups for future Burlingame construction. I am still asking if they have converted over their stoves, furnaces, water heaters, dryers, etc. over to much more expensive electric appliances? If not, I will continue to bring this subject to light on a regular and continuous basis. It is time for them to walk the talk.


You are right to do so. Are we to believe that this whole big building is going to be all-electric? No gas anywhere? What is being done to stabilize the grid around it?


What are the solid gray walled spaces on the top of the drawing from the Daily Journal?


Full 3D Video of the building and downtown



Mom, from the video it looks like the gray panels at the top are to hide the rooftop equipment like HVAC etc


Forgive me if this is a "Stupid Question."
If "Natural Gas" hookups are denied to New/Old homes in Burlingame, is there an opening for installing Propane Tanks?
I have Propane Tanks at our Napa properties.
It works great for our tenants, and us.

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