COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY FOR REVIEW OF A RISK
MANAGEMENT PLAN (RMP)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in accordance with Section 25535.2 of Article 2 in Chapter 6.95 of the California Health and Safety Code, DEH, Hazardous Materials Division (HMD), has determined that the RMP from Applied Energy, Inc. at:
Naval Station Energy Facility
3970 Surface Navy, Building 3427,
San Diego CA 92136
North Island Energy Facility
Rogers & Quay Road, Building 370,
Coronado CA 92118
NTC/MCRD Energy Facility
Neville Road, Building 566, San Diego CA 92140
is complete and will be available for review and comment by interested persons and public groups from March 14, 2003 to April 27, 2003. For an appointment to review the RMP please call (619) 338-2268 at the HMD office, 1255 Imperial Ave., 3rd Floor, San Diego, California between the hours of 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM. All written comments shall be addressed to the Risk Management Plan Coordinator, County of San Diego Hazardous Materials Division, P.O. Box 129261, San Diego, CA 92112-9261 no later than 5:00 PM on April 30, 2003.
Pub. Mar 14, 17, 18, 19, 20-k107847
NOTICE OF CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING
Notice is hereby given that the San Diego Metropolitan Transit Development Board commenced a public hearing on Thursday, March 13, 2003. The public hearing was continued to Thursday, March 27, 2003, which is a regularly scheduled MTD Board of Directors meeting and will be held at 9:00 a.m. in the Board Meeting Room on the 10th floor of the James R. Mills Building at 1255 Imperial Avenue, San Diego, California 92101-7490. The purpose of the Public Hearings will be to solicit public comment on proposed changes to regional transit fares.
MTDB is required to balance the budget each year. Reduced operating subsidies, combined with increased operating costs, have resulted in MTDB?s consideration of fare adjustments starting in fiscal year 2004. All or some of the following changes are being considered and are proposed to take effect July 1, 2003:
* Increasing the Adult Regular pass price (valid for bus trips up to $2.50 and all trolley trips) from $54.00 to $56.00, $59.00, or $60.00.
* Requiring an Adult Express pass to use Routes 20, 30, 50, 70, 150, and 960, that would be priced at $60.00 to $64.00 or $70.00.
* Increasing the Adult Express pass price (valid for bus trips up to $2.75 and all trolley trips) from $60.00 to $64.00 or $70.00.
* Combining the Premium Express Adult passes into one pass, valid for bus trips up to $4.00 and all trolley trips, to be sold for $82.00, $84.00, or $85.00.
* Increasing the Senior/Disabled pass price (valid for most bus trips and all trolley trips) from $13.50 to $14.00, $14.75, or $15.00.
* Increasing the Youth pass price (valid for most bus trips and all trolley trips) from $26.00 to $28.00, $29.50, or $30.00.
* Increasing the College Monthly pass price (valid for bus trips up to $2.50 and all trolley trips) from $39.00 to $41.00, $44.00, or $45.00.
* Increasing the College Semester pass prices (valid for bus trips up to $2.50 and all trolley trips) by 4 percent, 8 percent, or 10 percent (late August 2003 implementation, to coincide with start of fall 2003 semester).
* Changing the Day Tripper pass prices (valid for most bus trips and all trolley trips) as follows: 1-Day Tripper: no change; 2-Day Tripper: increasing from $8 to $9; 3-Day Tripper: increasing from $10 to $12; 4-Day Tripper: increasing from $12 to $15.
* Changing universal token prices to reflect proposed fare increases. A pack of 11 universal tokens would cost $23, and 44 tokens would cost $92 (7 percent discount).
* Discontinuing the monthly $27 Trolley-only Centre City pass.
* Increasing Adult cash fares on most Shuttle, Flex, Local, Urban, and Express bus routes by $0.25.
* Increasing Adult cash fares on some Express bus routes by $0.25.
* Increasing Adult cash fares on some Premium Express bus routes by $0.50 or $1.00.
* Increasing Adult cash fares on most Shuttle routes (Routes 706, 871, 872, 873, 874, 875, and 877) to $1.00 (except Route 708, which would remain free, and Route 904, which would remain $1.00).
* Increasing Senior/Disabled cash fares on most bus and trolley routes by $0.10.
* Increasing the Youth cash fare offered on Chula Vista Transit and National City Transit systems by $0.25 and eliminating the Youth cash fare on MTS Routes 831-877.
* Reclassifying Routes 6, 13, 922, 923, 931, and 955 as Local Routes and reducing the Adult cash fare to $1.75.
* Reclassifying Route 992 as an Urban route and maintaining the existing Adult cash fare at $2.25.
* Increasing Trolley zone regular adult cash fares by $0.25 on all trips of 2-19 stations.
* Increasing Trolley zone regular adult cash fares by $0.50 on all trips of 20 or more stations.
* Increasing ADA paratransit (MTS Access and CTS Paratransit) fares by $0.50.
* Increasing MTS DART fares to $3.00 for an Adult regular fare and $1.50 for a Senior/ Disabled fare.
* Eliminating the Fenton Parkway exemption from fare zone station calculations, raising the price of a few Trolley trips by $0.25 or $0.50.
* Increasing the Stadium Fare from $4.00 to $5.00 (one-way) and from $6.00 to $8.00 (round-trip).
The MTD Board of Directors may also consider other options to the proposed fares as a result of the public comments and additional discussion. Those who wish to comment on the proposed fare changes, but cannot attend the Public Hearing, may submit their comments to MTDB by calling (619) 595-3711, or by writing to MTDB at the above address. Pub. Mar 17-x501434
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