See Kathy Jana (aka: Nancy Hall we think), comment 11/8/09, 11:57 AM
According to this reference by "Kathy Jana" (aka: Nancy Hall we think) the "problem" is a 10,000 years old occurring with the advent of agriculture, the spread of humans around the globe, human manipulation of other species, human activity and overpopulation disrupting the ecosystems, "perhaps the spread of microbial disease" (very bad humans). As a consequence the planet is now in "phase two of the sixth extinction."
Does this far reaching logic seem like a stretch to you as it applies to Sharp Park golf course access?
According to "Kathy Jana" (aka: Nancy Hall we think) "the snake under this current plan put forth by SF Rec and Park will go extinct". More information is needed, how will this happen? Will the RL frogs and SF garter snakes in your back yard, Mori Point, Montara Mountain, and throughout the Bay Area region from Sonoma County through Santa Cruz Counties suddenly drop dead?
Posted by Kathy Meeh