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About Us

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Keep The Waterfront Open es un grupo de base de residentes de San Francisco que cree que Marina Green Promenade en el frente marítimo norte que rodea la ciudad debe seguir siendo accesible para todos. Es un recurso precioso que forma parte de SF Bay Trail. Nuestra misión es asegurarnos de que este paseo marítimo permanezca abierto y bien mantenido para que todos lo disfruten. Estamos trabajando arduamente para crear conciencia sobre la importancia de no bloquear esta vista panorámica de la Bahía con atracaderos en un nuevo puerto deportivo. Le invitamos a unirse a nosotros en nuestros esfuerzos para lograr nuestra misión. Juntos podemos marcar la diferencia y mantener la vista de Marina Green Promenade abierta, serena, sin obstrucciones y agradable para todos: residentes, turistas, ciclistas y otros.

The park adjacent to the waterfront is historically significant. It has been enjoyed by millions of San Francisco residents and visitors from every corner of the world since its opening. The flat terrain, open space, plentiful parking, and sense of place make it accessible to people of every demographic and physical ability. After the Jan 8th community meeting, runners and bicyclists asked to be included in the user groups that oppose the RPD plan.

Despite the history and significant public opposition, RPD plans to construct a new yacht harbor and breakwater in the open waterfront. The public, on the other hand, advocates for RPD to prioritize the cleanup and reconstruction of the East Harbor marina according to a settlement agreement reached by the City's 20-year legal battle with PG&E over contaminated waters in the East Harbor (aka Gashouse Cove).

Comprised of residents from every district in San Francisco, Keep the Waterfront Open is working with legislators, government agencies, environmental groups, neighborhood coalitions and organizations to raise awareness and build support to protect and preserve the Marina Green Promenade and park from overdevelopment.

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