1974 — Superior Court City and County of San Francisco Action No. 633084 referenced in the Oyster Point Marina JPA (page 16 section c). Action No. 633084 ordered the City of South San Francisco to comply with provisions for protection of water quality resulting from leachate discharge at the Oyster Point Landfill.
1975 — MISSING: Master Plan for Development of Oyster Point Marina/Park (Exhibit 1)
1975 — JPA Exhibits 2-5, including Engineer's Estimate phase 1-3; Exhibit 1 is missing
1976 — Oyster Point Marina Geotechnical Investigation
1984 — Joint Powers Agreement, this agreement replaced the 1977 JPA.
2007 — Breakwater Agreement
2009 — MOU
2011 — Draft EIR Oyster Point Specific Plan, Hazardous Materials, Chapter 11
2011 — Draft EIR Oyster Point Specific Plan, Geology & Soils, Chapter 9
2011 — FEIR
2015 — Consolidated JPA (for reference only, this version is not useful)
July 30, 2015 — Letter from City of South San Francisco to the SMCHD
Sept 16, 2015 — Recording of South San Francisco Special Meeting
Dec 9, 2015 — Letter from the SF Regional Water Quality Control Board to City of SSF
Dec 10, 2015 — The 2nd Technical Working Group (TWG) meeting held in Redwood Shores. The SMC Office of Sustainability recommended that Oyster Point Landfill be included in the County Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment. Oyster Point Landfill was number 8 on a list of 26 recommended assets.
Dec 18, 2015 — PRA Request from City of SSF to the SMCHD for Oyster Point documents from Jan 2000 through Dec 18, 2015
Dec 23, 2015 — KQED Radio morning news at 6:20am and 8:20am; Peter Shuler's clip included interviews with City and Harbor District officials about persistent flooding at Oyster Point.
Dec 23, 2015 — NBC Bay Area KNTV Channel 11 at 6:00pm and 11:00pm news segment, “King Tides May Alter Development Plans at South San Francisco's Oyster Point”
Jan 30, 2016 — The SMC Office of Sustainability removed Oyster Point Landfill from the list of recommended assets. The change was disclosed at the County’s SeaChange Open House at Genentech in South San Francisco. The City of South San Francisco informed the County that they would prefer Oyster Point Landfill not be included in the Army Corps of Engineers funded SLR Vulnerability Assessment. The County responded by removing Oyster Point Landfill and replacing it with a landfill located in Half Moon Bay approximately 100 feet above the ocean.
Feb 26, 2016 — City of South San Francisco short-term plan for mitigating flooding at Oyster Point Marina caused by landfill subsidence and sea level rise. See Figure 5 in the Report. It appears that sea-level rise projections have not been calculated or included in the topographical mapping yet.
Oyster Point Landfill, City of South San Francisco, Requirement for Submittal of Technical Reports Pursuant to Water Code Section 13267
March 21, 2016 — Letter from the SF Regional Water Quality Control Board: Concurrence with Short Term Flood Protection Report, Oyster Point Landfill, City of South San Francisco
April 28, 2016 — Oyster Point Marina Liaison Committee meeting Transcript
2017 — Oyster Point Marina Financial Analysis by Dornbusch
Oct 17, 2018 — SMC Harbor District Staff Report
On Oct 17, 2018, the SMCHD meeting was adjourned before the board got to this staff report. This agenda item was not heard on Oct 17, 2018.
Oct 17, 2018 — Draft MOU (35-year agreement) between the Harbor District and the City of South San Francisco.
On Oct 17, 2018, the SMCHD meeting was adjourned before the board got to the Draft MOU. This agenda item was not heard on Oct 17, 2018.
Nov 14, 2018 — SMC Harbor District Staff Report
Nov 14, 2018 — Revised Draft MOU (35-year agreement) between the Harbor District and the City of South San Francisco.