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Evolving Shorelines Community Meeting - Adaptation Concepts Presentation - Shared screen with speaker view
Rob LaPorte
21:51
Https://www.onetam.org/bothin
Danny Altman
22:13
i want to see rob and veronica’s email!
Rob LaPorte
22:17
Please put questions in the chat box for a Q&A session after the presentation.
Rob LaPorte
22:29
rlaporte@parksconservancy.org
Rob LaPorte
22:39
vpearson@marincounty.org
Rob LaPorte
23:21
We are recording this evenings meeting and it will be posted to the projects website.
Wendi Kallins
37:20
I like the separation of pedestrians and bicyclists. There is also a need for some separation for slow and fast cyclists. Is that included in this plan. I know another option is to put the fast cyclists on Miller Ave.
Bjorn Griepenburg, MCBC
39:06
That detour for faster cyclists is only really viable north of Almonte.
Maureen Gaffney
39:21
SF Bay Trail likes the separation too. Lots of folks love this trail--one of the most popular segments in all nine counties!
Danny Altman
39:37
I don’t see a lot of fast cyclists using Miller.
Maureen Gaffney
40:25
I saw a river otter there once!
Stephanie Moulton-Peters
45:36
FYI - the Santa Monica MUP has 12’ bike lanes in both directions separated from 12’ ped lanes in both directions.
Danny Altman
45:56
I’d like to hear about access from the water side.
Hilary Noll
47:04
Thumbs up for Ecotone Slopes!
Nona Dennis
49:22
What happens to Almonte and Tam Junction and the commerce east of shoreline
Katharine Spencer
50:45
With 4’ to 7’ sea level rise, how much of the March/Holiday inn/Tam Junction area is under water? Do you have maps that show the projected water level with these options?
Wendi Kallins
53:07
How would concept 3 connect to the Middle School?
jengennari
53:35
How much of Equator coffee and that neighborhood will be under water?
Danny Altman
53:55
How much of Concept 3 is about connecting the North and South parts of the marsh?
Rob LaPorte
54:55
In all three concepts the Pathway connections north of Arroyo Corte Madera del Presidio and Mill Valley Middle School wouldn’t change.
julian wood
55:11
you can look at sea level rise and flooding scenarios for this area using the OCOF viewer http://ourcoastourfuture.org/
kjabe
55:35
in Concept #2, won't McGlashan and such be underwater, so no way to exit the elevated path?
Bjorn Griepenburg, MCBC
56:01
Are all of the cross sections feasible under each alignment?
Hilary Noll
56:43
What are the average and max heights of elevated trail in Concept 2?
Douglas Nelson
57:03
concept 3 loses the view to Mt. Tam
jengennari
57:08
I’m surprised the trail doesn’t continue east of Holiday Inn before turning left in #3. Can you address why it goes West along that stretch?
Erik Stromberg
57:40
Consider adding to the comparison the ease to which all three concepts could later be adapted to the same level of SLR. In other words, how feasible and expensive is it to upgrade Concept 1 and 3 in the future to get to the Concept 2 level of protection.
kjabe
58:46
To Erik's point, doesn't concept 3 last longer into the future?
Donald Herzog
59:30
How long will the trail be unusable for each alternative?
Maureen Gaffney
59:47
The artist renderings are beautiful and really helpful to envision these different concepts. Thank you.
kjabe
01:00:21
question is what happens when you get to Manzanita and/or Miller and they are flooded?
Danny Altman
01:00:38
It looks like Concept 3 allows the existing trail to be maintained during construction.
Douglas Nelson
01:01:09
8’ is not enough width for a 2-way bikeway.
Rob LaPorte
01:01:33
The proposed width is 18 feet
kjabe
01:01:35
Danny's point is another advantage of concept 3-
Douglas Nelson
01:02:24
the section showed 8’ for bikes.
Donald Herzog
01:05:08
Can the project be used as part of the Richardson Bay flood control system that is being studied?
kjabe
01:05:12
resurface it now, then start to phase it out with new construction of concept 3. don't keep spending money on failing trail
Bjorn Griepenburg, MCBC
01:05:37
The existing pavement south of Miller/Almonte is the original pavement from the late 1970s/early 80s. Looking forward to the repave :)
Douglas Nelson
01:05:56
the corridor is widened but the bike section is narrowed from the existing 10’
Betsy Bikle
01:08:22
Do you know if the high school has started any planning?
Maureen Parton
01:11:20
Would the engineering of concept 3, which seems appealing, permit its being raised to accommodate higher waters?
Nona Dennis
01:11:26
Would Concept C retain the McGlashan Boardwalk?
Maureen Parton
01:11:30
in the future?
jengennari
01:11:32
Thanks — and now that I think about it, a safer passage to commuter buses and GGT buses at Manzanita.
Rob LaPorte
01:12:48
We are looking for additional feedback with this survey! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Bothin
Erik Stromberg
01:13:26
Other elements to consider in the evaluation matrix is the wetland impacts and other ecological enhancement opportunities. Drill down sediment accretion opps and shrinking vs growing of the wetland, etc...
kjabe
01:13:57
thanks for all the hard work!
jengennari
01:14:21
Beautiful renderings! Thanks. I will share with the Floating Homes Community.
Erik Stromberg
01:14:30
Yes nice work. Great graphics John and Cristina
Stephanie Moulton-Peters
01:14:37
Thanks Everyone for attending!
Donald Herzog
01:14:50
Thanks
Linda Tong
01:15:07
Thanks all!
Regan Fulton
01:15:17
where is survey?
Christina
01:15:18
Thank You!