Dec 6, 2011
If golfers want to preserve Sharp Park Golf Course, they must immediately email and call San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, requesting a veto of the Avalos anti-golf Ordinance, which passed narrowly on December 6 at the Board of Supervisors.
You can send an email to Mayor Lee by clicking here.
Mayor Lee's complete contact information, as well as contact information for our supporters, can be found by clicking here.
In a close vote with potential disastrous consequences for affordable public golf, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors on December 6 voted 6-5 in to open negotiations to turn-over the 400-acre Sharp Park property -- including its Alister MacKenzie-designed golf course -- to the National Park Service The NPS has already announced it will not operate a golf course on the property.
The Supervisors adopted the controversial motion on 'first reading' December 6; it will return to the Board for final 'second reading' December 13. After that, the law will pass into law unless Mayor Ed Lee vetoes the ordinance within 10 days.