San Francisco Waterfront Alliance – Demanding a thoughtful process for Warriors Arena project
|April 21, 2013||Posted by jamie under Activism, Piers 30-32, Warriors Arena||
While lots of folks like the idea of an arena in San Francisco (and some may even think that it could work at Piers 30-32 without shortening our lives and dramatically harming our quality of life), I believe everyone should support a thoughtful process that holds the City accountable for keeping residents safe from environmental harms, terrorism threats, and other negative impacts on our freedoms to travel and enjoy our residential neighborhoods. This is why I urge you to support the San Francisco Waterfront Alliance by going to their website and endorsing the group as a voice for everyone who is tired of watching lobbyists and billionaires buy what they need from local governments and elected leaders to make their profits while ignoring the harms imposed on City residents by their development projects. Don’t let City Hall murder you!
The San Francisco Waterfront Alliance has a very credible group of neighbors who have joined together to start the organization, and I plan to support them 100%. I hope you will too by first signing up as an endorser for thoughtful, due process for the arena project.
Watching pedestrians play russian roulette with their lives after a Giants game wraps up as cars tangle up to get on the Bay Bridge with absolutely no San Francisco City traffic control officers at the intersection of Bryant and 2nd Street to keep some order, you should erase any foolish notion that the City has any plan of action whatsoever in regard to your well-being and quality of life. Please endorse the San Francisco Waterfront Alliance.