Forwarded from SF Public Works
Dear Friends and Neighbors of Diamond Heights,
SF public Works and our contractor Esquivel Grading and Paving will be paving portions of Diamond Heights Boulevard this week. This is the segment that was postponed last week due to mechanical problems with our equipment. To avoid delays motorists may want to consider using alternate routes. Work hours are 8am-5pm
Phase 2 Paving – Adjacent to Shopping Center
*South Duncan – North Gold Mine Dr
*Addison St – South Diamond St.
For questions email firstname.lastname@example.org
Forwarded from Betsy Eddy of the Diamond Heights Community Association, who forwarded from SF Public Works:
Construction Update #7 –August 23, 2017
We are rapidly approaching the end of our project and crews are preparing for roadway paving next week. Beginning Monday, August 28th 2017 our sub-contractor Esquivel Grading and Paving will start grinding and paving the roadway at the following locations along Diamond Heights Boulevard:
Phase 1 Paving (8/28/17-9/9/17)
*Portola Drive – Clipper St.
*Diamond St – Addison St
*Diamond St – Berkley Way
Phase 2 Paving (9/11/17-9/22/17)
*Clipper St. – Gold Mine Dr.
Phase 3 Paving (9/23/17-9/31/17)
*Gold Mine Dr. – Diamond St.
The remaining work on this project includes:
- Landscaping replacement along DHB at Carnelian Way
- Flashing Beacon pedestrian pole installation at the mid-way crossing at the shopping center
- Sidewalk installation and pedestrian guard-rail alongside Glen Canyon Park
Volunteer for Diamond Heights Blvd Beautification Days
RSVP to Paul Matalucci, Project Coordinator, at email@example.com, if you would like to participate, or have questions.
Saturdays: April 1, and April 29, 9am to 12pm
Location: Meet at St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church, Parish Hall (Lower Level)
Refreshments: Coffee, tea, juice, bagels and snacks
Lunch: We will serve a hot lunch afterward to say thank you
Thanks to many wonderful friends and neighbors, we continue to make progress on preparing our median islands for eventual planting. You may have noticed that weeds are thriving, and many are starting to set seed. With a big push, we hope to clear the remaining islands over three Saturdays.
Will you join us? Pull one weed or a dozen. Stay for 20 mins or for the whole morning. If you’ve been looking for a way to feel better about national buffoons, craziness, and obfuscation, this is your chance to fight back. Pulling weeds is good rebellious therapy. Seriously. Think of them as presidential tweets that you can yank with satisfaction and toss onto a green waste pile.