Archive for February, 2009

FOGG Open Letter – February 25, 2009

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009

Here is an update from yesterday’s Port Commission meeting. 

First, we want to thank all the FOGG supporters who came to the meeting, and particularly those who took the time to give great testimony in support of our position.  We intend to post some of their comments on our web site.  We will alert you when they are available.

As expected, the Port Staff proposed that the Commissioners approve proceeding with an Exclusive Negotiation Agreement (ENA) for the development of Seawall Lot 351 with the adjacent privately owned Blocks 168, 171 and 201 (Golden Gateway Tennis & Swim Club) with San Francisco Waterfront Partners (Simon Snellgrove).  At the same time they accepted Supervisor David Chiu’s proposal to do a six to eight month planning study of the entire northern waterfront before moving ahead with any final contract. (more…)

FOGG Alert – February 21, 2009

Sunday, February 22nd, 2009

This is a follow up to our February 19th FOGG Alert to update you on the Port Commission meeting to be held on Tuesday, February 24th starting at 3:15 pm.  The meeting will be in the Port Commission Hearing Room, located on the second floor of the Ferry Building(more…)

FOGG Alert – February 19, 2009

Friday, February 20th, 2009

This is to remind you of a very important Port Commission meeting to be held on Tuesday, February 24th. The meeting starts at 3:15 pm.  The meeting will be in the Port Commission Hearing Room, located on the second floor of the Ferry Building(more…)

FOGG Open Letter – February 8, 2009

Sunday, February 8th, 2009

FOGG wishes to sincerely thank our Barbary Coast Neighborhood Association Board for asking their members to financially assist FOGG in our efforts to save the neighborhood’s open recreational space.  President Bill Sauro’s email can be read at this link:  BCNA President’s Email.

FOGG deeply appreciates this cooperative effort, and the need of our land use attorney’s knowledge and expertise in our mission to preserve the Club as was intended decades ago. (more…)