Pacifica Settles Lawsuit with AIMCO and Starts Drainage Pipe Project

Noticed at the south edge of the 380 Esplanade (The Bluffs, AIMCO) was the Coastal Commission’s mandatory notice of planned work, as well as dire evidence of the need for the work (click a picture for a larger version):

2010 CalEMA 400 Esplanade Storm Drain Outfall Project

Found on the Pacifica City website, an announcement and invitation for proposals or bids for Esplanade storm drain outfall relocation and repair:

2010 CalEMA 400 Esplanade Storm Drain Outfall Project

The 2010 CalEMA 400 Esplanade Storm Drain Outfall project will abandon the storm drain located on 380 Esplanade and will re-route all drainage that flows through the 380 Esplanade outfall to a new storm drain system running south within the Esplanade street right of way to 400 Esplanade. The proposed system will install approximate 900 linear feet of new pipe, 4 new manholes, 1 new drainage inlet and a new storm drain outfall on 400 of Esplanade just south of West Manor Drive.

The original document can be found by search on the City of Pacifica website (www.cityofpacifica.org) or get it directly from a copy I’ve saved on this site: CalEMA 400 Esplanade Storm Drain Outfall (PDF, 1.1 MB).

City Council Regular Meeting September 27, 2010

(To go here: Explanation of the settled lawsuit where Pacifica agreed to pay owners of 380 Esplanade Ave, AIMCO, $400,000 for damage resulting from subsidence associated with a municipal storm drain pipe.)




For a complete chronology and links to many more photos see Evacuation underway at 330 Esplanade:

http://adequatebird.com/2009/12/17/evacuation-underway-at-330-esplanade/

See all of my pictures of the Esplanade crisis:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/chrisd2006/collections/72157622920945823/

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