THE SIERRA CLUB, NEIGHBORS AND SF LEADERS AGREE:

VOTE YES ON F TO CREATE HOUSING, PARKS AND JOBS FOR PIER 70  

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PROP F MOVES PIER 70 FORWARD

 

Prop F is the next step in the process to reclaim public access to the city’s waterfront at historic Pier 70, bringing parks, housing and local jobs back to the area. Prop F is on this November’s San Francisco ballot, and it has a powerful coalition of support: the Sierra Club, leading affordable housing advocates, and neighborhood associations adjacent to Pier 70 have all enthusiastically endorsed Prop F. Supporting Prop F gives city voters a chance to say yes to opening up the waterfront and building vibrant public spaces at Pier 70.

Some of the community benefits Prop F provides include:

• 30% affordable housing, which means up to 600 homes for low- and middle-income individuals – almost triple the amount currently required by city law
• Nine acres of waterfront parks and playgrounds, more than tripling the amount of open space in Dogpatch
• Preservation of historic buildings
• Space for artists and local manufacturing
• Up to 10,000 permanent jobs
• 30% local hire for construction jobs
• More than $20 million committed to transit improvements
• $200 million in infrastructure investment to protect San Francisco against sea level rise

 

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ENDORSEMENTS

 

Prop F has unprecedented, across-the-aisle support from neighbors, citywide and statewide organizations, civic leaders, and local residents.

 

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Endorsements_Column_1_5.pngEndorsements by  Public Officials  Mayor Ed Lee State Senator Mark Leno State Assembly Member Tom Ammiano Former Mayor Art Agnos Board of Supervisors President David Chiu Supervisor John Avalos Supervisor London Breed Supervisor David Campos Supervisor Malia Cohen Supervisor Mark Farrell Supervisor Jane Kim Supervisor Eric Mar Supervisor Katy Tang Supervisor Norman Yee Supervisor Scott Wiener Public Defender Jeff Adachi Treasurer Jose Cisneros Assessor-Recorder Carmen Chu Former State Assembly Member Fiona Ma Former Superior Court Judge Quentin Kopp Former Board President Aaron Peskin Former Supervisor John Bardis  Endorsements by  Civic Leaders  Zoe Dunning, First Vice-Chair, DCCC* Alix Rosenthal, Second Vice-Chair, DCCC* Trevor McNeil, Third Vice-Chair, DCCC* Leah Pimentel, Fourth Vice-Chair, DCCC* Mary Jung, Chair DCCC* Kat Anderson, DCCC* Petra DeJesus, DCCC* Bevan Dufty, DCCC* Bill Fazio, DCCC* Hene Kelly, DCCC* Meagan Levitan, DCCC* Rebecca Prozan, DCCC* Arlo Smith, DCCC* Wendy Aragon, President, Richmond District Democratic Club* Glenn Davis, President, San Francisco 4 Democracy* Brigitte Davila, President, District 11 Democratic Club* Bruce Huie, Progress Park Organization* Allan Jacobs, Former Planning Director* Tony Kelly, Former President Potrero Boosters* Dean Macris, Former Planning Director* Hydra Mendoza, Director, SFUSD School Board Jim Wachob, President, Irish American Democratic Club* George Wooding, Secretary, Midtown Terrace*    *Title provided for identification purposes only.

 

 

 

 

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PRESS

 

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PIER 70 TODAY & TOMORROW 

 

Historically, Pier 70 was the heart of San Francisco’s shipbuilding industry. Today, it is a mix of vacant land and deteriorating buildings. The public is blocked from the Bay by barbed wire fences, and neighbors who live just two blocks from the Bay have no way to enjoy the waterfront in their own backyard.

A three-year design process with the neighboring Dogpatch and Potrero Hill communities created a vision and a plan to restore access to the Bay for all San Franciscans and create desperately needed housing (30% of all homes built will be affordable), waterfront parks and playgrounds, space for artists and small businesses, and up to 10,000 permanent jobs.

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