City seeks $1M grant for Cesar Chavez Street 

The Board of Supervisors Land Use and Economic Development Committee approved on Monday legislation authorizing The City to apply for a $1 million state grant to make the redesign of Cesar Chavez Street a “low-impact design project.”

“We are hoping with this to make a greener project,” said AnnMarie Rodgers, a city planner. The grant money would pay for things like 15 large basin tree plantings watered by storm water.

The overall street redesign will make the roadway safer and more inviting for pedestrians and bicyclists.

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