Montara Mountain

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Mid-Coast Community Council

How to Contact MidCoast Council Members
Joe Fitting 728-1266
Ric Lohman
James MarshSecretary 726-3589
Chris McCombChair 728-1907
Paul Perkovic   728-9500
Dave SpiselmanTreasurer
One vacancy due to Sally Campbell's resignation. The Council is in the process of selecting a replacement, starting with the 2/28 meeting. This is your community and your council, so make your views known!

Interested Parties

Citizens for the Tunnel
(650) 737-1981
CPR1 (Committee for the Permanent Repair of Hwy 1)
(650) 728-8239
Coastside Committee 4 the Bypass
(650) 568-1058
Sierra Club
(650) 728-1442
(800) 696-5408 [hint: press # # to skip past the message and straight to a person]
(510) 286-6301 Executive Offices Fax
or write to:
Joe Browne
District Director
Dept. of Transportation
PO Box 23660
Oakland, CA 94623-0660
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San Mateo County Supervisors
573-2222 Central County
363-4000 South County
363-1916 Fax (click here and we'll fax your mail directly to the supervisors)
Mary Griffin, 1st District, 363-4571
Tom Huening, 2nd District, 363-4568
Ted Lempert, 3rd District, 363-4569
Ruben Barreles, 4th District, 363-4570
Mike Nevin, 5th District, 363-4572 or 877-5421

Army Corps of Engineers
Department of the Army
San Francisco District, Corps of the Engineers
Regulatory Branch
San Francisco, CA 94105-1905

415/744-3320 fax

One person there familiar with the issue is Max Blodgett, Acting Chief, Construction Operations Division

US Senate
Barbara Boxer

Tom Lantos, 12th US Congressional District
650/342-0300 San Mateo office
650/375-8270 Fax
202/225-3531 Washington office
Anna Eshoo, 14th US Congressional District
650/323-2984 Palo Alto office
202/225-8104 Washington office
Representatives with e-mail:
     CA   3   D  Fazio, Vic  
     CA   6   D  Woolsey, Lynn
     CA   7   D  Miller, George
     CA   8   D  Pelosi, Nancy
     CA  12   D  Lantos, Tom 
     CA  13   D  Stark, Pete 
     CA  14   D  Eshoo, Anna 
     CA  15   D  Mineta, Norman
     CA  16   D  Lofgren, Zoe
     CA  17   D  Farr, Sam   
     CA  19   R  Radanovich, George
     CA  22   R  Seastrand, Andrea
     CA  25   R  McKeon, Howard
     CA  36   D  Harman, Jane
     CA  37   D  Tucker, Walter
     CA  42   S  Brown, George E.
     CA  48   R  Packard, Ron

     House Gopher: gopher://
     House Web Site:
     House Democratic Caucus:
     House Democratic Leadership:
     House Republican Conference:

     House Committee on Commerce
     House Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities
       Subcommittee on Employer-Employee Relations
     House Committee on Resources
     House Committee on Science
     House Committee on Small Business

State Senate
Quentin Kopp
415/589-5953 Fax
Tom Campbell
State Assembly
Jackie Speier
415/871-4350 Fax
Byron Sher
415/364-2102 Fax

Federal Highway Administration
To comment on the Environmental Impact study (1986 FEIS), submit comments in writing no later than April 24 to:
Mr. John Schultz
Chief, District Operation A
Federal Highway Administration
980 8th Street, Suite 400
Sacramento, CA 95814-2724

Metropolitan Transportation Committee - The MTC is one of the bay area agencies responsible for funding, planning, and scheduling state highway projects. Caltrans will be required to go through their review process to receive the additional funding needed to build a project.
Mr. Lawrence Dahms, Executive Director
Steven Weir, Commission Chair
Jane Baker, Chair, Cities of San Mateo County
Mary Griffin, San Mateo County Commissioner

J. P. Bort Metro Center
101 8th Street
Oakland, CA 94607-4700


California Coastal Commission -- the CCC will require Caltrans to submit the propoised bypass to their review under the Coastal Act and Local Coastal Plans to obtain a Coastal Permit to begin construction.
Peter Douglas, Executive Director
State Headquarters
45 Fremont Street, Suite 2000
San Francisco, CA 94105-2219


Tami Grove, Director, Central Coast Office
725 Front St., 3rd Floor
Santa Cruz, CA 95060-4508

Pacifica City Council
Ellen Castelli
Dorothy Edminster
Maxine Gonsalves
Barbara Carr
Vi Gotelly

170 Santa Maria Avenue
Pacifica, CA 94044


City of Half Moon Bay

Address: City Hall
501 Main Street
Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
Phone: (650) 726-8270
Fax: (650) 726-9389
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Council Meeting: First and third Tuesdays of each month
7:30 p.m.
Adcock Drive Community Senior Center
535 Kelly Avenue
Legal Status: General Law City
Incorporated: 7/15/1959


Deborah Ruddock (650) 726-6228
Naomi Patridge (650) 726-8270
Dennis Coleman (650) 726-8270
Jerry Donovan (650) 726-8270
vacant seat
An election on June 4 will elect a resident to fill out the remaining year and a half of former Councilman Larry Patterson's term. The last day to register to vote in the June election is May 6. Absentee ballots can be requested between May 6-28.
Recommended Reading

Montara Mountain by Barbara VanderWerf
This complete guidebook celebrates Montara Mountain in ways everyone can enjoy. Two parks, San Pedro Valley County Park and McNee Ranch State Park, boast a 175-foot waterfall, masses of wildflowers, a mountain road once driven by rumrunners, and traces of the Ocean Shore Railroad. This is an excellent guide for hikers, bicyclists and horseback riders.

The Unseen Peninsula by Robert Buelteman

"The most spectacular photography book published in years! The Unseen Peninsula will not only change the way you feel about the Bay Area -- a place where great natural beauty is still protected -- but provide an inner glimpse of a land few have been allowed to explore." - Tom Stienstra, San Francisco Examiner

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