Supervisor John Avalos advanced the campaign to restore Sharp Park by announcing his intent to introduce legislation to restore the land at the Board of Supervisors on May 17. The legislation will ensure that the two endangered species found on the property are protected from harm; allow San Francisco to redirect its scarce recreation dollars from the money-losing suburban golf course and back to our neighborhood parks; and create a new recreation area that everyone can enjoy. And all of this will be done in partnership with our nation’s best steward of history and the environment, the National Park Service. Please send Supervisor Avalos a thank you note today for taking this important step!
Supervisor Avalos Speaks at the Endangered Communities/Endangered Species Rally