Many of our boaters fish and sail to and from Pillar Point Harbor each year. Their struggle to maintain a navigable waters is no different than any other harbor. Each harbor has a unique set of natural challenges. Pillar Point is also working keep the harbor launch ramps clear and open. We have included information about the upcoming meeting that may be of interest to friends and boaters of Pillar Point Harbor.
Pillar Point Harbor Shoreline Erosion Committee
Date: Wed. May 29, 2013 Time: 7:30pm
Location: Half Moon Bay Yacht Club7:30pm
Introduction - Sabrina Brennan
* Request Harbor District board approval to form an official Harbor District Shoreline Erosion Committee at the June 5th regular Harbor District meeting in Half Moon Bay
* Committee chair will deliver public input to the Harbor District Board
7:40pm (15 min)
Surfer's Beach Erosion - Neil Merrilees
Boat Launch Ramp Dredging and Perched Beach -- Neil Merrilees
7:55pm (15 min)
West Shoreline Access Erosion -- Lisa Ketcham Princeton Shoreline Erosion -- Lisa Ketcham
Brainstorming session: solution, ideas, and concerns
Possible Action Items and Next Steps:* Request Harbor District board approval to form an official Harbor District Shoreline Erosion Committee
* Identify and gain approvals of new dredge disposal sites with priority given to beach nourishment where it is urgently needed.
* Bring the 2012 PPH West Shoreline Access Trail erosion study forward for discussion of alternatives and plan for action.
*Times are approximate estimates.
Invite: Public, County, Coastal Commission, Gulf of the Farallones, Surfrider, Sierra Club, Midcoast Community Council, and Army Corps of Engineers.