April 8th , 2021



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Fighting The Wrong Fire?

OWN VOICE. ~ InPerspective by Gregg Dieguez —

What? Two columns on wildfire in a row? Well, it’s only life, death and homelessness, but there are important new developments and things YOU CAN DO, so please read on and find out how you, too, can become a Wildfire Warrior

It appears that our MidCoast wildfire risks are not being abated, and that we are working on the wrong problem the wrong way. I say this after examining County Parks’ plans for Quarry Park, the work GGNRA has done in Rancho Corral de Tierra, the absence of eucalyptus removal  [like everywhere] and information presented at a session on AB1255 yesterday.

Two things are becoming clearer regarding wildfires.


Dunes Beach Comment Period Closes This Friday for the California Coastal Commission Approval of HMB’s LUP

PETITION. Comments due Friday, April 9th, 2021 at 5:00pm for the California Coastal Commission meeting, by Zoom, on Thursday, April 15th, 2021.

CLICK HERE to Support Saving Dunes Beach

The Coastal Commission will be voting on April 15 to certify the Half Moon Bay Land Use Plan (LUP) Update.

The developers are asking for changes in the LUP that could allow a 212-unit luxury hotel/conference center and a 171-space RV Park on 47 acres at Surf Beach/Dunes Beach Planned Development Area.



Only $1.2 Million Funded Out of $60 Million Estimate to Eradicate Eucalyptus in Quarry Park

VIDEO. From the March 24th 2021 Midcoast Community Council (MCC) meeting.

Gregg Dieguez reports back to MCC from the MCC Wildfire subcommittee.

Lena Silberman, legislative aide to Supervisor Don Horsley, mentions that San Mateo County is in the initial stages of discussing funding for the eradication of eucalyptus: bonds or taxes.


Do Leaf Blowers Suck? Dr. Penrose Looks to Get Rid of Gas Leaf Blowers Due to Noise and Pollution

VIDEO. From the Half Moon Bay City Council meeting on March 16th, 2021.

Councilperson, Dr. Deborah Penrose, brings up gas leaf blowers as a priority for the City. Councilperson Harvey Rarback “seconded” the idea wishing for a quieter City.

Personally, as a bike rider and pedestrian who does not own a car, moving around town will often leave grit on my skin from the dust that is created from blowers. And most gardeners do not pick up the detritus, they just blow it into the middle of the street where more dust is created by cars.  ~ Michelle Dragony, aka The Coastal Butterfly



Granada Community Services District (GCSD) Sewer Connection Fee and Sewer Service Charge (SSC) Study

VIDEO. From Granada Community Services District GCSD meeting and staff report from March 18th, 2021 agenda.

Last study 3 years ago. This study will last for the next 3-5 years.



Thrive Alliance Presents “Water Gaps” in San Mateo County’s South Coast; Challenges and Equitable Solutions

San Mateo County’s “Forgotten South Coast” includes historic farming, welcoming neighbors, and stunning beaches. Yet inadequate access to unpolluted water and limited housing expansion fuels inequities. Surprisingly, students don’t have clean water to drink at school, residents and business owners battle poor well water quality, and developers face sewage treatment challenges. Can’t we do better?




CoastPride Establishes a LGBTQ+ Community Space on Main Street, HMB

PRESS RELEASE.  “Establishing such a center is historic and manifests the community’s commitment to embrace the diversity of everyone on the Coast, especially our young people. CoastPride’s goal from the start has been to address the needs of our LGBTQ+ youth,” says Jeanne Vargas, President of CoastPride.




CalTIP – Californians Turn in Poachers and Polluters ~ Stop the Stripping of Our Coastside Tidepools


1-888-334-CalTIP (888-334-2258)

A Confidential Secret Witness Program

CalTIP (Californians Turn In Poachers and Polluters) is a confidential secret witness program that encourages the public to provide Fish and Wildlife with factual information leading to the arrest of poachers and polluters.

CalTIP was introduced in California in 1981 in order to give Californians an opportunity to help protect the state’s fish and wildlife resources. The toll free telephone number operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You do not have to give your name.




Granada Community Services District (GCSD) Moves Forward on Medio Bridge Sewer Pipe Replacement

VIDEO. From the City of Half Moon Bay’s Planning meeting on 3/23/2021. City HMB Planner, Doug Garrison, presents.




San Mateo County Resource Conservation District Presents “First Flush” Water Quality for 2020

VIDEO. From Midcoast Community Council (MCC) meeting on 3/24/2021. Noah Katz from the RCD presents.




Property Taxes Show Ninth Year of Growth, $3 Billion Distributed to Local Agencies


April 2, 2021.  Redwood City – Property taxes grew for the ninth consecutive year in Fiscal Year (FY) 2019-20 — by a total of $225 million or 8 percent more than the prior year — contributing to $3 billion to be distributed county-wide to local government agencies that provide essential services to the county’s residents, according to the Property Tax Highlights report released today.

The annual report released by the San Mateo County Controller’s Office provides the public with details about the amount of property taxes distributed to the 131 local governments operating within San Mateo County, including the cities, school districts, special districts and the County.




San Mateo RCD Presents: Pescadero ~ Restoring a Watershed Top to Bottom

March 18, 2021 – In a webinar hosted by San Mateo County Parks and the RCD, Kellyx Nelson (RCD Executive Director) takes us on a virtual tour of Pescadero, dropping in to visit restoration projects from the redwoods to the sea, through forests and creeks, across public and private lands, on farms and parklands. It takes a village to restore a watershed.



Other Stories

link. The Long and Winding Road of HMGrow in Frenchman’s Creek
link. MCC’s Dan Haggerty Mentions “Sandsavers” as a Simple Solution to Miramar and Mirada Erosion
idea. Want to Be a Coastside Beach Ambassador? Waves, Garbage and Permit Education
essay Why Are Microgrids With Smaller Wastewater Treatment Plants Essential for Sustainable Community Survival?
press release State Labor Violation: Castillo Seed Co. Has Not Paid Workers On Time in Six Months
protest What Happens If SFPUC Watershed Keepers Lose Their Sheriff Powers and Have to Use 911 in a Fire?
video The Mystery of SAM’s BOD Spikes ~ Fertilizers? Frozen Fisheries? Breweries? Distilleries? Wineries? 
video The Balancing of Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) at Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside (SAM)
video Sheriff Candidate Mark Melville Would Release the AXON Video of the Harmon Shooting ~ Would You?
video Hanging Fire: Eucalyptus Crown Fires and El Granada
video Supervisor Horsley Special Study Session on Fuel Load Reduction and Weed Eradication
video A Brief History of the JPA Collection Contract Between Sewer Authority, HMB, GCSD and MSWD
video  DA Wagstaff Answers Questions About Sandra Harmon Shooting at the City Council Special Meeting
video More Than 50 People Attend MSWD Zoom Meeting on New Rates and Charges
video RCD’s First Flush Water Quality Program ~ Want to Volunteer?
invitation Want to Sample Water for Surfrider’s Blue Water Task Force (BWTF)?
podcast Live to Die ~ First Responsibility – Have You Planned for Your Death?
article HAM Radio Technician License Training ~ Remote Testing Starting Due to Covid 19
link Do You Know the History of the Crystal Springs Watershed?
video Please Don’t Flush “Flushable Wipes” ‘Cos It Clogs Sewer System
links Roundabouts? 16th, Cypress, California…..Moss Beach, Montara and HWY 92/35?
article Did You Know There is a Road From El Granada Blvd. to Milbrae?

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TONIGHT.  Thur. April 8th, 2021 @ 5:30pm
Public Workshop: CalTrans Recirculates Plans for Variable Message Signs (VMS)

Caltrans has decided to recirculate a Draft Initial Study with Proposed Negative Declaration in response to comments and consultation with location communities for State Route 1 Traffic Operational Systems Improvements Project. A Virtual Public Open House meeting is planned for April 08, 2021 from 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM. The virtual open house will include a presentation providing an overview of the project and the environmental process.



NEW. Sat. April 10th, 2021 from 10:00am to 4:00pm
LIVE Music at Harvard Ave Outdoor Market in Princeton Harbor ~ Scents, Spirits, Sweets, Fashion, Art…

LOCAL Vendors setting up outside their shops on the 103 BLOCK OF HARVARD AVE. to provide a safe and socially distanced OUTDOOR experience for our community!



NEW. Sun. April 11th, 2021 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm
New Moon Ceremony ~ Native Flute Meditation and Drum Journey on ZOOM

This first new moon of Spring is an auspicious time to seed our most sincere intentions to create beauty in our life and in the world.

Gather in virtual Sacred Circle to embrace the new moon with reflection, renewal and seeding new intentions.

Let go of everyday concerns and rest in peaceful meditation to the soothing sounds of Native American Flute music played live.

Journey with the drum to the unseen realms to connect with compassionate guardian spirits for guidance and healing through direct revelation.



NEW. Ends Wed. April 14th, 2021 @ 8:00am to 5:00pm

E.G. Road Closure Along Obispo Road Between Ave Alhambra and Ave Portola

From 4/07/2021 through Wednesday, 04/14/2021, not including the weekend.

  • Wed. April 7th from 8:00 to 5:00pm
  • Thur. April 8th from 8:00 to 5:00pm
  • Fri. April 9th from 8:00 to 5:00pmWed. April 7th from 8:00 to 5:00pm
  • Sat. April 10th OPEN
  • Sun. April 11th OPEN
  • Mon. April 12th from 8:00 to 5:00pm
  • Tues. April 13th from 8:00 to 5:00pm
  • Wed. April 14th from 8:00 to 5:00pm

Sewer main installation work for the wet weather storage project is scheduled to take place Wednesday, 04/07/2021 through Wednesday, 04/14/2021 along Obispo Road between Ave Alhambra and Ave Portola.



Wed. April 14th, 2021 @ 9:00am
El Granada Blvd. Residents Ask County for Permit to Cut Eucalyptus to Create Firebreak

Permit, to allow the removal of 31 significant Eucalyptus trees located within 100 feet from structures at four (4) residential properties to create a fuel break for fire prevention at 491, 499, 507, and 515 El Granada Boulevard, and staging for the operation on a nearby vacant parcel (APN047-152-030).



NEW. Wed. April 14th, 2021 @ 6:00pm tp 7:30pm
Let’s Talk Housing: Get Involved in the Upcoming Housing Element Update

Once in a decade chance to shape the future of housing in our communities.

Join the Zoom discussion on Wednesday, April 14th, 2021, 6:00-7:00pm.

This year, all the jurisdictions in San Mateo County – cities, towns, and the county – are updating their Housing Elements, or housing plans.

This update is part of our General Plan and will guide the policies and programs related to housing in our city for the next 10 years.

Community conversations will begin as a series of remote Countywide Community Meetings.

Join us for an introductory meeting on Wednesday, April 14th 2021 from 6pm – 7:30pm on Zoom.

Join us for a more in-depth discussion about the Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA) process on Thursday, April 22nd 2021 from 6pm – 7:30pm on Zoom.


Fri April 9th to Sun. 25th, 2021 @ 7:00pm
Coastal Rep Presents: “I’ll Eat You Last” ~ A Chat With Tinseltown Agent Sue Mengers

April 9 – April 25, 2021

Set in 1981, the solo comedy I’ll Eat You Last takes audiences into the parlor of Tinseltown’s number one agent, Sue Mengers. Mengers is about to throw one of her legendary, star-studded dinner parties, but her plans are overshadowed by having just been fired by superstar client Barbra Streisand. As Sue awaits an explanatory phone call from the Funny Girl star, she shares an array of juicy Hollywood stories. This jaw-dropping comedy charts Sue Mengers’ rise from a child of the Holocaust to movieland power player.



Comment Deadline: April 20th, 2021
CalTrans Recirculates Plans for Variable Message Signs (VMS) Allowing for Emergency Messaging

Caltrans prepared a CEQA IS with an ND document and circulated it for public review on August 14, 2020. A virtual public meeting was held on September 10, 2020, and the public review period was scheduled to end on September 13 but was extended to October 30, 2020.

Caltrans has decided to recirculate a Draft Initial Study with Proposed Negative Declaration in response to comments and consultation with location communities. 

Comments open until April, 20th, 2021.

The proposed signs would be activated during emergencies or incidents only and would be off most of the time. The signs would only be programed to be lighted when needed to convey emergency and incident-related information to motorists. In addition, some of the VMS locations were reviewed and relocated in response to public review and input.



Thurs. April 8th, 2021, at 6:00pm to 8:00pm
The Story of Plastics in San Mateo County; From Human Health to Ocean Protection


SAVE THE DATE! The Story of Plastics in San Mateo County; From Human Health to Ocean Protection Across San Mateo County

From Human Health to Ocean Protection Across San Mateo County, single-use plastics add $500 million in pollutive, health and climate change cost to cities, businesses and residents.
Only 11% are recycled while 88% go to local landfills and 1% to oceans.

Join Doug Silverstein, Co-Founder & Policy Lead, Circular SMC Alliance, and Environment and Sustainability Lead with Thrive Alliance, on Thursday, April 8th from 6:00-7:30pm to learn more about the challenges of plastics on health and oceans and how we can reduce their use in San Mateo County.


Fri. April 9th-May 2nd, 2021, at 1:00pm to 5:00pm

Sanchez Art Center Presents the 2021 Left Coast Annual Juried Exhibition


Opening Friday, April 9, is the 2021 Left Coast Annual Exhibition.

Juror Christine Koppes, Curator and Director of Public Programs at the Institute of Contemporary Art San José, selected 56 visually intriguing works in a variety of media from among 800 entries submitted by artists on the left coast (Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington).

The resulting exhibition conveys “important conversations about social change, identity, and the COVID-19 pandemic,” says Koppes, and “reflects on our interconnectedness even in a time of isolation.”


Sat.. April 17th, 2021, at 11:00am to 4:00pm
Half Moon Bay Lions Host Poker Chip Rally Starting at Long Branch Ranch


Saturday, April 17th 2021 starting at Long Branch Saloon & Farms, 321 Verde Road, South of Half Moon Bay.

Sign up ~ $40.00 ~ Dinner Included!

Upon completing all five stops get back to the Long Branch before 3:00 PM to turn in your scorecard, see if you won, and enjoy a sit-down or take-out dinner cooked by the Lions.


Tues. April 20th, 2021 at 8:30pm to 10:30pm
Beach Break Entertainment Presents “American Graffiti” at the Sea Bowl Parking Lot


Tuesday, April 20, 2021, 8:30 PM  to 10:00 PM

Sea Bowl Parking Lot, 4625 California Highway 1, Pacifica, CA, 94044

April 20th, 2021 – American Graffiti (PG)

1 hr. 50 min.

Start no later than 8:30

Tickets on sale to general public on March 20th, 8am.


Saturdays from 9:00am to 1:00pm 
Half Moon Bay Coastside Farmers Market Is Open Every Saturday

What We Do.


We are a farmer-directed Certified Market designed to link Coastside residents with their neighbors — the Coastside farmers, ranchers, fishermen and culinary artisans that produce some of the most beautiful, nutritious and creative food in the world.

HMB Saturdays 9:00am to 1:00pm ~ Open now
Pacifica Wednesdays 2:00pm to 6:00pm ~ Opens April 21st, 2021


Daily in 2021 from 10:00am to 5:00pm 
Treat Yourself to a Day of Beauty at Filoli Gardens and Historic Museum. Register Online.

Filoli, also known as the Bourn-Roth Estate, is a country house set in 16 acres of formal gardens surrounded by a 654-acre estate, located in Woodside, California, about 25 miles south of San Francisco, at the southern end of Crystal Springs Reservoir, on the eastern slope of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Wikipedia



Every Monday 2021 @ 3:00pm - 6:00pm
COVID-19 Mouth Swab Testing Every Monday 3:00-6:00pm Sponsored By City of Half Moon Bay

The City of Half Moon Bay and County of San Mateo – Government have partnered to offer more COVID-19 testing on the Coastside.

Using Curative self-administered testing kits, you simply swab your own mouth and you’re done.

Testing will offer safe, outdoor walk-up access.

Tests are free, no insurance necessary, but if you have it, bring your information.

The testing will continue to be held every Monday from 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. at the Ted Adcock Community Center. Please register at



Fridays, 2020 @ 9:00am to 10:00am
Coastal Windage ~ “The Talk of the Coast” Call-in LIVE Talk Show on KHMB

The Coastside’s only live, call-in talk radio show, Coastal Windage features Coastside issues, hot topics, and live comments from Coastsiders in real time.

Finally, the people of the Coastside have an opportunity to participate in their own community.

Co-hosts Reuben TruthMaker and Livvy Streetwise provide a curated and encouraging forum for discussion while regaling listeners with their informed, entertaining, and insightful takes on a full spectrum of topics.



1st and 3rd Thursdays 6:00pm 
VIRTUAL GATHERING: Drop-in Support Group for Suicide Loss 

This *virtual* support group offers a safe, supportive place for those grieving the loss of loved one to suicide. Open to all members of the community free of charge.

Please contact facilitator Isabel Stenzel by email for more information.


More Live Music Coming Soon.....

CoastViews Music Weekly Entertainment Guide


Coastside Agency Meetings are REMOTE!

Stay Tuned.
Highlighting indicates meetings occurring in the next week

HMB City Council ~ 1st / 3rd Tues. @ 7:00pm

HMB Planning ~ 2nd /4th Tues. @ 7:00pm  

HMB Parks and Recs ~ 4th Wed. only @ 6:00pm 

Sewer Authority Mid-Coastide (SAM) ~ 2nd / 4th Mon. @ 7:00pm  

Granada Community Services District ~ 3rd Thurs. only @ 7:30pm

Granada Community Services District Parks and Recs  ~ 4 Mondays per year at 7:00pm

Montara Water & Sanitary District Meetings ~ 1st / 3rd Thurs. @ 7:30pm (second meeting often cancelled, so call ahead)

Coastside County Water District ~ 2nd Tues. only @ 7:00pm 

Midcoast Community Council Meeting ~ 2nd / 4th Wed. @ 7:00pm 

Coastside Fire Protection District ~ 4th Wed. only @ 6:00pm

San Mateo County Harbor District ~ 3rd Wed. only @ 1:00pm

Cabrillo Unified School District ~ 2nd Thurs. @ 7:00pm

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Residential and Commercial Repair, Service and Installation

Owner Mike Barbieri ~ Owner operated in business since 1993.

Free estimates * Insured * Senior Discounts

Our mission is to provide quality plumbing for the health and safety of our community.
Why Choose Cal Plumbing & Heating? We've been in business for so long because we are focused on doing what's best for you. We aim to earn your respect and trust through our quality, craftsmanship, and customer service.


HIP Housing


Human Investment Project Housing (HIP Housing) is a non-profit organization based in San Mateo, CA that has specialized in affordable and creative housing solutions in San Mateo County since 1972. Each year, HIP Housing helps 1,400 people find housing or keep their homes through our Home Sharing and Self Sufficiency Programs as well as through housing units we own and manage.

  • 800 S. Claremont St. #210
    San Mateo, 94402
    United States of America


San Benito House

Food, beverages, outside dining, Live music.
356 Main Street
Half Moon Bay, 94019

Sunday 10AM–9PM
Monday 10AM–9PM
Tuesday 10AM–9PM
Wednesday 10AM–9PM
Thursday 10AM-9PM
Friday 10AM-10PM
Saturday 10AM-10PM


Cooking for Friends

With a tenacious eye, Richard began watching chefs in Hawaii as they prepared pigs for traditional Luaus. The allure of the banquet sized paella pan for up to 200 guests enables everyone to enjoy his superb culinary treats.

As a personal chef, I specialize in recreating authentic, vegan, gluten free paella. My pleasure is to keep paella coming to your table for your parties. No job is ever too big, or too small, too near or too far. Please contact me for more information or to book a date. ~ Richard


Barterra Winery

Barterra offers the finest California wines from top vineyards located from Santa Barbara to Mendocino…

  • Pinot Noir, Merlot, Chardonnay and Sparkling from Carneros
  • Sangiovese from Silverado
  • Zinfandel, Syrah, Petite Sirah and Primitivo from Lodi
  • Viognier from Paso Robles
  • Sauvignon Blanc from Russian River
  • Cabernet Sauvginon from Alexander Valley
  • Reisling and French Colombard from Mendocino
  •    ....   and Special dessert wines from Madera


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Bedtime Stories 2-Hour Mix ~ Michelle Dragony Reads

PODCAST.   Here are almost two hours of BTS stories recorded by Michelle Dragony of Coastside Buzz from 2016 to 2019. Stay tuned for new podcasts in the new year.

Don’t you think this would make a great podcast for NPR? Could have lots of amazing, world-class guest readers!


Listen to More Bedtime Stories Podcasts.

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Bedtime Stories ~ Scaredy Mouse BOO!

Bedtime Stories ~ When Dinos Came With Everything!

Bedtime Stories ~ Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree

Bedtime Stories ~ Harold and the Purple Crayon 

Bedtime Stories: Mr. Peabody’s Apples

Teach your Kids to Listen and Imagine with Bedtime Stories

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