Call for more Tenderloin open space sign now

Supervisor Chris Daly; District Six
Supervisor Maxwell; Chair, Land Use & Economic Development Committee
Supervisor Sandoval; Vice Chair, Land Use & Economic Development Committee
Supervisor McGoldrick; Member, Land Use & Economic Development Committee
Park, Recreation and Open Space Advisory Committee
Park & Recreation Commission


Dear Public Officials:

San Francisco's Sustainability Plan and the City's General Plan call for
Open Space Standards for every neighborhood in the City. Then the Tenderloin, with its 1.29 acres of open space, falls well short of the 7.8 acres per 1,000 residents as mandated by the San Francisco Sustainability Plan and the Citys General Plan. The Tenderloin's 30,000 residents require a minimum of 234acres. Please sign this petition and support the movement to halt all development on the remaining open lots in the Tenderloin and support their conversion to open space.

Facts
Current Open Space in the Tenderloin:
.97 acres at Father Alfred E. Boeddeker Park Jones @ Eddy
.21 acres at Sgt. John Macaulay Park Larkin @ O'Farrell
.11 acres at Turk/Hyde Mini Park Turk @ Hyde

Thank you for your consideration.
Sincerely,

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Latest Signatures

  • 10 December 201546. Jill J
    I support this petition
  • 26 September 201545. Jack Hirschmanagnetaf
    I support this petition
  • 25 August 201544. Luisa B
    I support this petition
  • 15 August 201543. C L
    Grammercy Park in New York would be a good model for an open space that makes an extraordinary impact upon the neighborhood in which it sits.
  • 02 August 201542. Alison C
    I support this petition
  • 10 February 201541. Meital A
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  • 28 January 201540. Jessie L
    Developers are turning our neighborhood into a concrete jungle
  • 20 December 201439. Ivan Edgarp
    I support this petition
  • 23 November 201438. Lindsay W
    The Tenderloin needs deep, physical changes so that positive street energy can take place to replace negative street behavior. More public space is an excellent way to bring children, youth, families, and the elderly out into the community. The Tenderloin
  • 29 October 201437. Kay W
    I support this petition
  • 03 July 201436. Michael N
    We must ask ourselves how will our neighborhoods future be if we have no trees, grass, or places for our children and seniors to visit.
  • 29 June 201435. Jerry J
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  • 25 May 201434. George D
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  • 28 January 201333. Peggy E
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  • 31 December 201232. Anthony B
    I support this petition
  • 04 December 201231. Betty Lt
    Coordinator, Friends of Boeddeker Park
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  • 28 June 201228. Sarah M
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  • 23 December 201126. Deanna S
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  • 27 October 201125. Mark E
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  • 25 October 201124. David B
    The issue of open space in the Tenderloin needs focused attention. Population density is increasing in the area with little thought be given to a concomitant increase in amenities. Population pressures are sure to negatively affect an already tenuous qual
  • 16 October 201123. Daniel O
    I support this petition
  • 09 July 201122. Evelyn J
    I support this petition
  • 23 June 201121. Kay H
    if we can find room for more office and business space, surley we ahould be able to find room for open space our souls to catch up with our bodies.
  • 07 February 201120. Steve C
    Open spaces open skies

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