By San Francisco Forest Alliance (Contact)
To be delivered to: Supervisor Scott Wiener, Supervisor, District 8, Phil Ginsburg, Director of Recreation & Parks Department, Mayor Ed Lee, Mayor, City of San Francisco, and Recreation & Parks Commissioners
Hi everyone who wants to preserve the trees and wilderness in Glen Canyon:
Rec & Park is planning to remove the first 60 to 70 trees soon and has already posted 30 day notices, so the clock is ticking, with tree removal to begin after October 15th.
This is just the start of the Rec & Park tree removal projects that will likely cut 300 to 400 trees to permanently mar the character of Glen Canyon Park while continuing to waste limited RPD funds.
For more information about what is going on in Glen Canyon, please visit: sfglencanyon.net
What you can do now:
**PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION
**COME TO THE SFFOREST COMMUNITY MEETING: Saturday, October 6th, 3pm at the Recreation Center in Glen Canyon Park -- 70 Elk Street.
**CONTACT: Rec & Parks Commission: email@example.com, Supervisor Scott Wiener: firstname.lastname@example.org and the Mayor: email@example.com
**GET INVOLVED and let others know
If you would like to help with the effort to stop the deforestation of Glen Canyon Park or Mount Davidson, please contact the San Francisco Forest Alliance:
Thank you for helping! Sincerely, the Team at SFForest Alliance
Tell Mayor Lee, Supervisor Wiener, the Recreation and Parks Department, and commissioners to modify renovation plans to avoid destroying hundreds of mature, and beautiful trees in Glen Canyon Park.
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