FOGG Open Letter – July 4, 2007

Hello FOGG Supporters!

We want to update you on the fast moving events this week.

FOGG had a successful trip to Sacramento on Monday, July 2nd. The Assembly Committee on Natural Resources voted 7 to 1 to support Senator Carole Migden’s SB815 as amended. This means the bill moves on with height limits intact, and, seawall lot 351 remains under Public Trust protection. Great!

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FOGG Letter to SF Port – June 7, 2007

Monique Moyer
Executive Director
Port of San Francisco
Pier One
San Francisco, CA 94111

Dear Ms. Moyer,

The Friends of Golden Gateway (FOGG) policy committee has discussed and thoroughly considered the proposed pending legislation that would remove eleven (11) seawall lots from the public trust.

FOGG supports the efforts of the Port to improve their revenue return on investment, and understands the need for building a sound economic model. We can, therefore, support your proposed legislation with amendments to protect and revitalize the historic sites that are controlled by the Port. However, we do have one exception to your proposed legislation: We do not support the removal of seawall Lot #351 from under the public trust for the following pertinent reasons:
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Hello FOGG Supporters,

It has been almost four years since FOGG began its effort to save the Golden Gateway Tennis & Swim Club from being demolished and turned in condominiums. We have been successful so far, but the fight continues.

During the past four years, we have seen our list of supporters grow from a handful of concerned people to over 1,300.

We thought we should reacquaint everyone with our story, some history, and where we go from here. As always, we welcome your comments.

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