The Board of Appeals Hearing has been scheduled for Wednesday, August 22, 5:00 PM in City Hall, Room 416. Members of the public will be able to provide comment at the meeting, and we encourage you to come down and support the project. Also, letters and emails of support are very important, but they must be received by Wed. Aug. 15th to be submitted to the Board for their consideration. Address them to: Cristina.Garcia@sfgov.org or Cristina Garcia, 30 Van Ness Ave. 5th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94102
Please join the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department for a brief presentation on the progress of the renovation of Lafayette Park. At this meeting the project team will provide information on the updated tree removal plan, the schedule of work moving forward, and other issues related to the delivery of the project.
When: Wednesday, August 1, 2012 - 5:30 PM
Where: California Pacific Medical Center, Enright Room, 2333 Buchanan Street, San Francisco
Questions? Please contact Project Manager Mary Hobson at 415.581.2575 or email@example.com
Please join us for the 3rd and final Park Rennovation community Meeting to discuss the conceptual plan.
Lafayette Park Renovation Community Planning Meeting No. 3
Tuesday, November 30, 2010, 7:00 - 9:00 PM
Stuart Hall High School
1710 Octavia Street
On Monday, March 15, 2010, Dog Friends of Lafayette Park met at Stuart Hall High School to discuss the bond measure and how it might affect dog owners, prior to the April 22nd 2010 Meeting. In attendance were 40 or so park users. The meeting was led by Steffen Franz (Board Member, Friends of Lafayette Park), with guests Marianne Bertuccelli (NSM, SF RPD), Sally Stephans (Member, SF Dog), Steven the gardener at LP, and Jacob Gilchrist (Community Liaison, SF RPD). Also in attendance were Friends Of Lafayette Park board members Art Persyko, and Shila Clement.
The purpose of the meeting was to reach a consensus regarding where the funding will be best used to improve the park experience for dog owners. There were many points expressed and it is clear that many people have desires for the park which very important to them. The goal of this meeting was to get as much feedback and as many suggestions as possible and then identify the 10 or so points that could and would be presented at the upcoming April 22nd official public input meeting.
The following are the most frequent suggestions:
Thanks to everybody who anticipated in this event, and we look forward to your continued involvement at the April 22nd public input meeting.