Better Business Burro reports that the Rockaway Holiday Inn Express expansion project is stalled again as the FOURTH general contractor is about to walk away from the cursed corner.
Great, let's add to the traffic jam in that spot by Surfers Beach.
On August 20, the Pacifica Planning Commission considered a use permit for Taco Bell at Linda Mar Beach to construct a 1,112-square-foot outdoor seating area with alcoholic beverage service. Staff report recommended approval of the measure, but the commission postponed a decision while it continues to study the plan.
JUST SAY NO!
Rockaway Workforce Housing Partners bought two parcels of land in Pacifica for more than $8 million -- one parcel from Pacific Land Conservation for $3,780,500 and the second from Seventeen Enterprises LLC for $4,320,000. The 398.284-acre parcel is scheduled for foreclosure sale on May 23. Total Debt: $5,086,028.93. (Source: Big Banker)
The Midcoast is in an uproar about a proposed 206-room luxury hotel across from the Frenchman’s Creek (Ruisseau Francais) neighborhood in Half Moon Bay. Oh great, let's put more cars on Highway 1, just what we need! Hashtag Enough Already!
Also of note: The hotel developer's cheerleader Kendall Flint was outed and chastised on the Midcoast NextDoor forum for promoting the project without identifying herself as the developer's employee. The Half Moon Bay Review (May 2) revealed her identity and connection to the developer.