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Friday, April 16, 2010

Huge San Jose Wetlands could be parks or more development...

What would you do with 2,600 acres along the southern San Francisco Bay?
Imagine what's possible: water recreation, a clean tech center, a living museum, jobs-based development, trails, habitat areas, a land bank, and more.
Together we can create a special destination to benefit our region for decades to come.
Shape the future of our South Bay Shoreline
Share your thoughts on land use ideas for the 2,600-acre site of the San Jose/Santa Clara Water Pollution Control Plant - a wastewater treatment facility centered between the Bay and Highway 237. As we develop a master plan to sustainably rebuild our Plant, which is now 54 years old, we can consider a range of new, public land uses.
A series of Public hearings will be held between May 1st and the 19th.
http://www.rebuildtheplant.org/go/doc/1823/258442

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