[UPDATE: He’s on for tomorrow, it’s confirmed.]
[UPDATE: Well, he went out there, inside of a bubble all no mas preguntas, so we’ll have put an asterix next to this one.]
Boy, that’s going to be a hot L.Z. when Temporary Interim Caretaker Mayor Ed Lee alights on Lower Third to attend the groundbreaking ceremony at the site of the new Bayview Branch Library at Revere Street.
Currently, he’s skedded to be on hand tomorrow morning, along with Senator Mark Leno.
We’ll just have to wait to see what happens.
“The construction of the Bayview Branch Library is part of the Branch Library Improvement Program (BLIP), which is funded by a $106 million bond measure to upgrade or replace the city’s branch libraries. A separate fundraising campaign by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library will provide new furniture and equipment for the new library. The new Bayview library is being rebuilt as a world-class library with separate children, adult, & teen areas; a large program room; an interior courtyard; public art; study rooms and space to provide expanded library services to the community. Designed by THA Architecture and constructed by KCK Builders, this 9,000-square-foot building will provide a seismically safe, universally accessible and environmentally sustainable library facility.”
- Bayview Groundbreaking Celebration 7/22/11
- Bayview Closing Party: April 2nd (PDF)
- Bayview Temporary Services Guide (PDF)
- RFQ for Trade Packages – due 3/22/11
- Bayview construction update (PDF 30K)
- Fact Sheets
English (PDF 40K) | Chinese (PDF 88K) | Spanish (PDF 35K)
- Public Art Proposal (PDF 1.2M)
- Design Presentation: November 2008 (PDF 916K)