EASTSIDE STREET IMPROVEMENTS
At the last City Council meeting CEO Tom Hatch announced
significant infrastructure improvements scheduled for most of the
streets in the Eastside of town. As you can see from the text of a
recent notification, these much-needed improvements will use over $6
million in Gas Tax and Measure "M" funds.
PUBLIC HEARING/INFORMATIONAL MEETING WEDNESDAY
Those of my Eastside neighbors interested in this project are encouraged
to attend the public meeting to be held next Wednesday at Kaiser
Elementary School. I've included a map to Kaiser Elementary School for
you. At the bottom of the page I've also included an image of proposed
improvements, including a key to show the type of improvement in each
area, for your viewing pleasure. Click on the images to make
them larger. The text of the announcement follows:
The City's Public
Services Department has completed the construction documents for a major
rehabilitation project in the Eastside neighborhoods bounded by 15th
Street to the south, 21st Street to the north, Irvine Avenue to the east
Newport Boulevard to the west. The project includes the rehabilitation of
pavements, removal and reconstruction of damaged curb & gutter,
sidewalks, driveways and cross gutters. The work also includes removal
of existing asphalt sidewalks and driveways and replacing
them with concrete sidewalks and driveways. The construction cost is
estimated at $6,305,000. The project is funded entirely from Gas Tax and
Measure "M" revenues.
The City will be hosting an open house neighborhood meeting to go over the project details and timelines.
The public meeting will be held as follows:
Date: Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Time: 6:00 pm
Place: Kaiser Elementary School
2130 Santa Ana Avenue, multi-purpose room,
Costa Mesa, CA 92627.
If you need additional information please contact Fariba Fazeli at (714) 754-5378.
KAISER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LOCATION
IMAGE OF IMPROVEMENT AREA
Labels: Eastside Costa Mesa, Infrastructure Improvements