Belmont Shore Alley Resurfacing project breaks ground next week

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parking meters will pay for alley projectCity Councilmember Gary DeLong, 3rd District, will host a groundbreaking ceremony of the Belmont Shore Alley Resurfacing Project on Thursday, February 18, at 11:00 am in the parking lot on the corner of Covina and Second Street in Belmont Shore.  The public is invited to attend.

“These alleys are heavily used by both residents and businesses and provide critical access to Belmont Shore businesses and associated parking facilities,” Councilmember DeLong said. “This project has been planned for many years and I am pleased to see it getting under way.”

The groundbreaking ceremony will include representatives of Belmont Shore Residents Association, the Belmont Shore Business Association and the Belmont Shore Parking and Business Improvement Area Advisory Commission.

The 5-week alley improvement project will remove and replace the cement alleyway on the north and south sides of Second Street. Estimated to cost around $1.1 million, it will be paid for with funds from parking meter revenue and assessments from Second Street businesses.

Community concerns about the Belmont Shore Alley Improvement project should be directed to the public outreach coordinator, Chris Baca, or (562) 908-6270. For more information about the groundbreaking ceremony, contact Travis Brooks at (562) 570-6221.

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