The city is holding an important meeting Tuesday March 20th at 7PM in the San Carlos Library Conference Room at 610 Elm Street. The city will be presenting a presentation from their consultant on cut through traffic for the neighborhood South of Holly Street. This study does NOT include all of the streets South of Holly omitting McCue and Bayport and is not building or referring to the previous study on traffic done in 2014 that did take those streets into account. We have asked the city to review and compare that previous report to the report they just...Read More
The Airport is conducting its final public meeting regarding the Airpot Noise on Wednesday, March 21, 2018 from 6:00 – 7:30 P.M. at the Hiller Aviation Museum 601 Skyway Road, San Carlos, CA 94070 It is an Open House meeting so please drop in anytime and ask any questions you have for airport staff. For more information please contact the San Carlos Airport at 650.573.3700 Public Information Workshop materials will be posted online shortly after the meeting at http://sancarlosnoise.airportstudy.com Airport Flyer...Read More
San Carlos Airport Noise Update Members of GESC have been working with San Mateo County staff and the San Carlos Airport staff to address some of the noise issues that have been impacting our neighborhood. We would like to let everyone know that progress has been made and that we will continue to work with all involved parties for the foreseeable future. We had a very productive meeting last Friday and as of now the Airport is working to: Have planes fly at higher altitudes – 1300 feet for arrivals and 1400 feet for planes transitioning from east to...Read More
Dear GESC community, As you know the San Carlos transit Village is being constructed as we speak. Your GESC Board and some community members have met with the city and developer for a tree plan along the berm. These plantings are primarily for visual buffers for our community. Please take a look at the attached pictures of the trees at various growth stages and types. Any comments questions or suggestions would be appreciated. Please send all correspondence to: gescpresident at gmail dot com. After we receive the comments and suggestions we will bring them back to our final planning...Read More
The next step is to get the city to take action and join with other cities in doing something about Surf Air and the Helicopters.If Menlo Park, Atherton, and Palo Alto city Councils and City Governments can work with their residents, why can’t San Carlos? Stay Tuned for updates. Neighbors blast plane noise: San Carlos residents complain about takeoffs October 21, 2016, 05:00 AM By Bill Silverfarb Daily Journal Surf Air planes may be making less noise as they approach the San Carlos Airport but nearby neighbors are now saying the noise has become unbearable during takeoffs. Atherton residents have complained...Read More
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