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t I -1 <br />r <br />BAY STREET END PLANTING <br />Bay front street ends may be improved for utility and aesthetic purposes under <br />the following conditions: <br />1. Bay street ends at beach level: <br />a. A two -foot wide planting area on each side of the beach will be <br />bordered by a redwood or concrete strip to protect the sand <br />against contamination. <br />b. A two -foot high hedge will be planted in this area and will <br />extend 10 or 15 feet out from each side of the beach at the end <br />of the existing concrete pavement. A similar hedge should be <br />planted across the end of the street, but should leave space for <br />City equipment to enter the beach area. <br />2. Street ends when tidal flow prevents standard installation: <br />a. Landscaping on paved street ends must have approval by the City <br />of specific plans. <br />b. Reasonable access to the beach areas must be available. <br />3. Installation costs will be shared on a basis of one -third by the <br />City and two - thirds by adjacent property owners. <br />4. The City will recognize these areas as "Street End Beaches" under <br />the control of the Parks, Beaches & Recreation Department. Adjacent <br />property owners will provide maintenance of plantings except that <br />the City will be responsible for proper pruning. <br />5. Members of community associations should do all in their power to <br />assist City Departments to maintain law, order, decorum and neat- <br />ness of those street -end beaches. <br />6. Application for bay street -end improvement will be filed with the <br />Parks, Beaches & Recreation Department. <br />Adopted - February 11, 1957 <br />Reaffirmed - August 30, 1966 <br />Reaffirmed - November 12, 1968 <br />Amended - March 9, 1970 <br />Reaffirme3 — December 10, 1973 <br />afro_.,, -t 7.. e- , ,. — o,,ember 11, 1974