Princeton Waterfront Street-End Improvements Coming
Thursday, June 8, 2017 at 1:28PM
Lisa Ketcham

Coastal access improvements have long been a goal for the waterfront street ends in Princeton.  Supervisor Horsley has recently allocated funding from district-specific Measure K County funds for the Princeton Street-End Waterfront Access Improvement Project.  Dept of Public Works will oversee the permitting and construction.

Broadway:  $22,000 was allocated for a viewing area where the existing guard rail will be moved back from the bluff edge to make room for two wood benches. The concept plan was reviewed by MCC in Feb 2017. 

Columbia and West Point:  $40,000 has been allocated for beach access improvements at these street ends (staff report). County staff will gather MCC and public input as the plans are developed. Adjacent property owners will also be notified in advance of project implementation. 

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