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Construction at 777 Hamilton

From: domainremoved <Steve>
Date: Wed, 7 Oct 2015 12:25:06 -0700

Dear Mayor Carlton and Council Members,

At the council meeting of October 6 Ms. Taylor, a resident of Belle Haven, identified three nuisances associated with the construction activities at 777 Hamilton. These items are addressed in our normal course of on-going “good neighbor” activities (see below) so she may be referring to an isolated event.

The name and number of the person to contact with questions or concerns is posted on the construction fence. We want people to contact us directly so we can address such matters personally and expeditiously.

1. Dust Control: We have a water truck on site and are regularly watering the site to keep the dust dust at a minimum. On Friday’s at the end of the day we water the site, in addition to the standard daily dust control passes, to coalesce the top layer of the work site so that the roads are tightly compacted for work the next week with minimal loose fines that might become windblown dust.
2. Bright Lights: I believe that this is a case of mistaken identity. Our site is not illuminated other than by a couple of porch lights at the office trailer. However, the new Face Book building, which is to our rear, runs the length of the 777 Hamilton site and is illuminated.
3. Debris on the street: We clean the outside of the project regularly with our on-site labor. In addition, each week a cleaning subcontractor, SWIMS, blows the sidewalks on both sides of the street the entire length of the project and immediately thereafter cleans the street with its street sweepers.

We are serious about minimizing disruptions to the community and will continue our diligence.


Steve Pierce
Greenheart Land Company
Received on Wed Oct 07 2015 - 12:25:56 PDT

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