FOGG Alert – July 18, 2013


Our NO WALL Coalition partner needs your help this coming Sunday, July 21, 2013.

Here is their latest notice.

From: No Wall on the Waterfront SF

Date: July 17, 2013


Summer in San Francisco offers a variety of fun and free outdoor events and a prime opportunity for us to educate voters about No Wall on the Waterfront and why they should vote No on the 8 Washington ballot measures in the upcoming election.

This Sunday July 21st, we will be organizing a volunteer action in Dolores Park for the afternoon San Francisco Symphony Free Concert in the Park.  This event will be well-attended and we need volunteers to help us staff a No Wall on the Waterfront table, distribute literature, and educate voters.

Please join us between 12:00 pm and 3:00 pm on Sunday, July 21st in Dolores Park to volunteer for an hour or two with No Wall on the Waterfront.  Find us at our table in the Plaza at Dolores & 19th Street. 

Let us know you will be coming by emailing us at or calling us at (415) 894-7008.

Hope to see you for Free Symphony Sunday in Dolores Park!

No Wall on the Waterfront Campaign

Paid for by No Wall on the Northeast Waterfront, supported by local property owners, tenants, neighbors, and environmentalists, top contributors include Richard and Barbara Stewart

P.O. Box 330476
San Francisco, CA 94133

There are less than 4 months before the November 5, 2013 San Francisco election.

The developer’s counter-initiative effort to negate our Coalition’s referendum has qualified for the SF November 5, 2013 ballot.

The developer’s ballot measure asks the voters to vote YES for the height increase for the luxury high-rise luxury condominiums.

Our Coalition’s ballot measure asks the voters to vote NO for the height increase.

FOGG will be reminding all of our SF voters from now and until the election to vote NO and NO on November 5, 2013.

FOGG looks forward to your continued support as we move to the November 5, 2013 San Francisco election.

Thanks again, as always, for your help.

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