Planned repair work to a pipeline that carries water from the College Hill Reservoir near Holly Park will bring change to the Good Prospect Community Garden that runs between Santa Maria St. and Cortland Ave.
Roberto A Lopez from the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission invites Bernal residents to learn more about the project on Tuesday evening:
Notice that has been mailed out to residents who live near the Good Prospect Community Garden on Cortland Ave. regarding a community meeting being held at the Bernal Heights Branch Library (Bernal Heights Room) on Tuesday, September 20 at 6:00 p.m.
This is the 2nd meeting to discuss a project that will impact the Good Prospect Community Garden. We (SFPUC) have met already a couple of times with the members of the community garden as well as residents that live nearby.
The project will replace two existing pipelines that supply water to SF General Hospital and City Hall. The existing pipelines run from the College Hill Reservoir and underneath the community garden. The project is tentatively scheduled to begin construction in late 2017/early 2018.
PHOTO: Good Prospect Community Garden, as seen from Cortland via Google Maps
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I’m glad I checked the blog today! I need to return a book at the library anyway. I’ll be there tonight. 🙂
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