FOGG Alert – March 10, 2011

Telegraph Hill Dwellers (THD), our Coalition partner, is presenting a Community Forum, Wednesday, March 16, 2011 – 6:00 to 9:00pm.

It will be held at the San Francisco Art Institute Lecture Hall, 800 Chestnut Street (at Jones).  The Community Forum is titled:

SF Northern Waterfront Past, Present and Future


6:00 pm to 7:30pm

Michael Corbett, Architectural Historian, will present his new book, Port City: The History and Transformation of the Port of San Francisco.

Mike Buhler, the Executive Director of SF Heritage to speak about current challenges and opportunities from a preservation perspective.

7:30 to 9:00 pm

David Chiu, District 3 Supervisor, will discuss the America’s Cup and what it will mean for our waterfront and its adjoining neighborhoods.

Jennifer Clary, America’s Cup Environmental Council, will talk about ensuring that the America’s Cup has a positive impact on the Bay and our environment.

There will be Q&A opportunities for each program and community discussion.

If you have questions ahead of time you may email them to .

FOGG hopes that many of our Supporters will attend as such Community Forums do have an impact on the future of our neighborhoods and open recreational space.

FOGG thanks THD for this opportunity to expand and obtain all the information possible to make the right decisions and improve our quality of life where we live.

We understand this is the first in a series of THD Community forums that will help us better understand the complex issues we must deal with in improving our Northeast Waterfront Community.

FOGG looks forward to your attendance and participation.

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