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Crissy - Exploratorium Camera (Your donation needed)
San Francisco Boardsailing Association and Kevin Stone are
partnering to fund the replacement of the Exploratorium roof camera.
SFBA membership dues have been lgiht and we don't have the funds
budgeted for this project but we don't want to miss this great
opportunity to restore a valuable community resource. Please make a
donation to support this great project.
Coyote Point (Your input needed)
I've been hearing about the erosion and the not so nice rigging
area. I've been talking with contractors, park planners, rangers,
and non-profit foundations and we'll try and see what funding we can
pull together to repair of replace the Armorflex mat that serves as
an access ramp. The first step is to have it evaluated by an expert
which should happen soon.
In the near term, funds are available to improve the rigging area.
The San Mateo County Parks & Recreation Foundation
(supportparks.org) has proposed using a surface similar to astroturf
(but a bit nicer and with a 10 year warranty for UV). I'd like to
know whether people would prefer the artificial surface or gravel so
I can share your thoughts with planners. Please e-mail me at
firstname.lastname@example.org_-DeleteThis.com (mailto:email@example.com-DeleteThis.com) and let me know.
Treasure Island (Your input needed)
I'm writing my report evaluating different launch types for the
developer. With regard to the armorflex used at Coyote Point, what
do people think of this system when it is in good condition. Would
this be a good choice for an access that would allow a broad area of
access instead of narrow ramps like third Avenue? Please e-mail me
at firstname.lastname@example.org_-DeleteThis.com (mailto:email@example.com-DeleteThis.com) and let me know.
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