August 17, 2017 — Perspective by Sabrina Brennan, coming soon...
August 2, 2017 — Draft Implementation Agreement by and between the City of South San Francisco and the San Mateo County Harbor District related to the 2011 Agreement by and among the City, District, and the City's former redevelopment agency
June 19, 2017 — Letter from SMC Harbor District to Oyster Point Development
March 24, 2017 — Letter from SMC Harbor District to Oyster Point Development
January - April 2017 — Morning Dock Inspection Sheets
May 9, 2016 — Secondary Containment Test Report
March 25, 2011 — SSF Redevelopment Agency Agreement with Harbor District
May 27, 2009 — Lease and Managment Agreement
The 2009 transfer/assignment to Oyster Point Development (or their predecessor company)
December 15, 1989 — Lease and Managment Agreement for Parcels E, E-1, E-2, E-3 & E-4
- The 1998 lease details the specification for the fuel system installation and how/who is going to install it.
The email below was sent on August 5, 2017
Dear Mayor Gupta, President Mattusch, Mr. Futrell and Mr. McGrath,
I’m concerned about public safety and the safety of Harbor District employees at Oyster Point.
On Wednesday, Oyster Point Marina fuel system safety hazards were not discussed during a Special Meeting held at South San Francisco City Hall at 2:00pm. The meeting was specifically about a Draft Agreement that transfers liability for the hazardous fuel system from a developer (Oyster Point Development) to the public.
The fuel system at Oyster Point is in extreme disrepair and as you are aware it is exposed to significant flooding. I'm concerned that the public and the unidentified people currently operating the fuel system are unaware of the numerous safety concerns raised in the May 26, 2017 Fuel Dock Condition Assessment.
On Wednesday, I learned from SSF City Manager Mike Futrell that the Drake Marine lease has been terminated. However some people are still operating the Fuel System at Oyster Point Marina. I’m not sure who these people are but they don’t appear to work for Oyster Point Development (the current lease holder), the City of South San Francisco, or the SMC Harbor District.
Who is providing oversight for the fuel system operation?
The City of South San Francisco has performed a number of Fuel System inspections at Oyster Point. It’s my understanding that the Harbor District requested the inspection reports some time ago and has some of them but not the most recent inspection report. I would like to read all fuel system inspection reports including the most recent report. Please provide them unredacted.
Steven Miller, attorney for the Harbor District and Steve McGrath, general manager for the Harbor District each sent strongly worded letters regarding concerns about the fuel system at Oyster Point.
I'm concerned that the Agreement as written calls for the liability and responsibility for the maintenance and operation of a hazardous fuel system to be transferred from a developer (Oyster Point Development) to the Harbor District.
- To-date no response has been received from Mayor Gupta, President Mattusch, and Mr. Futrell
The email below was sent on July 28, 2017
Dear Mayor Gupta & President Mattusch,
I’m requesting that the Aug. Oyster Point Marina Joint Liaison Committee meeting be noticed as Special Meeting that allows an opportunity for City of South San Francisco Councilmembers and San Mateo County Harbor Commissioners to attend, ask questions, and participate in the discussion.
Noticing Oyster Point Marina Joint Liaison Committee meetings as a special meetings of the Council and the Commission would meet Brown Act Requirements and encourage commission/council participation on issues that are critically important to both boards and the public.
- To-date no response has been received from Mayor Gupta and President Mattusch