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Anti-Speculation Tax (Prop G) Failing, Pier 70 Redevelopment A Lock

With 100 percent of San Francisco’s precincts reporting but provisional and hand-delivered mail-in ballots yet to be counted, Proposition G, the so-called “anti-speculation tax,” would appear to have failed with 54% voting against the measure while the redevelopment plans and increased height limits for Pier 70 are a lock (72% YES). The early results for Read More »

All The Way From A to L: San Francisco’s Ballot Measure Rundown

Twelve local measures are set to appear on the November ballot in San Francisco, measures which have just been lettered from A to L.  The full rundown and summaries from the Department of Elections or past SocketSite coverage: A – $500 Million Transportation and Road Improvement Bond B – Population-Based Adjustment for the City’s Transportation Read More »

Golden Gate Park Turf Battle Headed To The Ballot Box

The proposed ordinance which would block the renovation of the Beach Chalet Athletic Fields in Golden Gate Park and has qualified for the November ballot and will go head-to-head with the mayor’s “Children’s Playgrounds, Walking Trails and Athletic Fields Act,” a counter measure which would allow the conversion of the Beach Chalet’s four grass fields to synthetic turf and Read More »

Signatures For Three Ballot Measures Submitted For Verification

Signatures in support of three proposed ballot measures have been submitted to San Francisco’s Department of Elections for verification. Assuming at least 9,702 valid signatures per measure, the proposed ordinances which would block the renovation of the Beach Chalet Athletic Fields in Golden Gate Park and approve the up-zoning of Pier 70 for redevelopment will Read More »

Mayor Lee Counter Attacks Athletic Fields Renovation Measure

Mayor Lee Counter Attacks Athletic Fields Renovation Measure

While the Coalition to Protect Golden Gate Park continues to gather signatures to support their proposed ballot measure which would require athletic fields in Golden Gate Park west of Crossover Drive to be maintained as natural grass and without lighting, a measure which is designed to block the approved renovation of the Beach Chalet Athletic Read More »

Ballot Measure To Block Approved Golden Gate Park Project Planned

Ballot Measure To Block Approved Golden Gate Park Project Planned

The Coalition to Protect Golden Gate Park has filed a notice of intent to start gathering signatures in support of a November ballot measure to ensure “voters have a voice in deciding the future of Golden Gate Park.” More specifically, the proposed “Golden Gate Park Recreational Fields Renovation Act” would require that all athletic fields Read More »

Play On: Beach Chalet Athletic Fields Cleared For Construction

Play On: Beach Chalet Athletic Fields Cleared For Construction

Having survived an appeal to San Francisco’s Planning Commission last year, yesterday the California Coastal Commission rejected a final appeal based on the project’s potential environmental impacts and cleared the way for the four grass Beach Chalet Athletic Fields in Golden Gate Park to be converted to synthetic turf and lighted for evening use. The Read More »

Beach Chalet Athletic Fields Renovation Survives Challenge

Beach Chalet Athletic Fields Renovation Survives Challenge

While not yet a done deal, the proposed renovation of the Beach Chalet Athletic Fields survived an appeal, with supervisor Olague casting the only vote in favor of overturning the project’s approved Environmental Impact Report (EIR). Read More »

Gooooooal?

Gooooooal?

On the agenda for San Francisco’s Planning Commission in a special session today at 3PM, scheduled votes to clear the way for the renovation of the Beach Chalet Athletic Fields. Read More »

Beach Chalet Athletic Fields Facility As Proposed

Beach Chalet Athletic Fields Facility As Proposed

The long proposed renovation for the Beach Chalet Athletic Fields facility would convert the four existing grass soccer fields to synthetic turf and add lighting for evening use. In addition to the turf conversion and lights, the project would include the following: installation of pedestrian and spectator amenities throughout the facility and adjacent parking lot; Read More »