Pacifica Tribune/Staff, 4/29/14.  "Wild Equity Institute files another golf course lawsuit."
Golfers tee off on the 17th hole as they play golf on the Sharp Park Golf Course November 6, 2009 in Pacifica, Calif.  Photograph by David Paul Morris / Special to the Chronicle Photo: David Paul Morris, The Chronicle
Coming after our golf course again
.....  "Wild Equity Executive Director Brent Plater filed suit in San Francisco Superior Court seeking to halt a planned habitat improvement project at the eighty-year-old public course and require a full-scale Environmental Impact Report. ....  San Francisco, which owns the course, had previously rejected Mr. Plater's appeal to halt the project with a unanimous vote of both the Planning Commission and the Recreation and Parks Commission and, on March 25, a seven-to-four vote by the Board of Supervisors.

....  His goal is to remove the golf course and create a wetlands sanctuary for the frogs and snakes, most likely under the control of the GGNRA."   Read article.

Reference Wild Equity view of Sharp Park golf course. 

Note photograph by David Paul Morris from San Francisco Chronicle article, 11/7/09.

Posted by Kathy Meeh