Golfers Win Two More Rounds

The San Francisco Planning Commission on January 16, 2014 held a well-attended public hearing, and then voted unanimously to approve a Mitigated Negative Declaration -- a planning document outlining the environmental effects and mitigations -- for the Sharp Park Safety, Infrastructure Improvement, and Habitat Enhancement Project.  The project includes dredging cattails from Horse Stable Pond and the channel in front of the 12th and 13th tees at the golf course, the construction of a 'frog spa' south of Horse Stable Pond, and replacement of a 60-yard section of cart path north of the 15th tee.  Opponents of the golf course promised to appeal the Planning Commission's decision to the Board of Supervisors.  See the report of the Planning Commission's action in the SF Chronicle >

The San Francisco Recreation and Park Commission, following its own public hearing on January 23, 2014, also unanimously approved moving forward with the Project.  

Thanks to San Francisco Public Golf Alliance members who turned-out and spoke at both public hearings.  Your voice is important. 

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