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  1. Experience Downtown South San Francisco! A Walking Tour of What Downtown Could Look Like Saturday, March 22, 2014 10am-11:30am DO YOU WANT A MORE VIBRANT, EQUITABLE, AND SUSTAINABLE SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO? J O I N U S In creating a more vibrant, equitable, and sustainable downtown! The City of South San Francisco has been conducting a long-term vision process for the downtown area. Come see what changes may be in store for the Downtown Area. The Coalition for Community Benefits invites you to attend a walking tour of the area that stretches from the Caltrain Station on the East side of Highway 101 to Linden Avenue and Spruce Avenue. Hear more about plans and ideas for pedestrian safety, affordable housing, economic vitality, parks and train station improvements. The walking tour is scheduled for Saturday, March 22 from 10am to 11:30am. The draft Station Area Plan will be made public at the end of March. Come learn from experts and fellow community members to prepare for important decisions for the City. Please RSVP by March 17. Q U E S T I O N S ? P l e a s e C o n t a c t B e l e n S e a r a : searamb@gmail.com R E S O U R C E S Read more about the Downtown’s Plan and our Coalition’s Community Benefits’ Platform. W A L K I N G T O U R Throughout the tour, you will get to hear directly from city and county staff and community leaders about the opportunities and challenges that the redevelopment of the downtown entails. Some of the guest speakers include Dan Sherman from Genentech, Debra Camarillo, the Executive Director of The Latino Commission, a direct service nonprofit located in the heart of downtown, Gita Dev from the Sierra Club, Cathleen Baker, Senior Community Health Planner, San Mateo County Health System, Gene Mullin, a former CA State Assembly Member and SSF Council Member, and Lawrence Henriquez, an SSF City Engineer from the Public Works Department. The tour will begin at South San Francisco’s Caltrain Station: 590 Dubuque Ave., South San Francisco 94080. O R G A N I Z E D B Y The Coalition for Community Benefits and the Sierra Club Loma Prieta Chapter R S V P L i n k : h t t p : / / w w w . h e a l t h y c o m m u n i t i e s b a y a r e a . o r g / e x p e r i e n c e s n e w . h t m l
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