The proposed development plan for the Balboa Reservoir to build mostly un-affordable housing with limited parking is being green-washed to gain acceptance. The plan is not about sustainability. It eliminates parking with no corresponding improvement of transit alternatives, thereby limiting access for students who do not have other viable options.
A resolution declaring CCSF’s interest in entering into negotiations with the City and County of San Francisco over the Balboa Reservoir will be put before the CCSF Board of Trustees. CCSF Board of Trustees needs to fight for a San Francisco that serves all of its students!
Show up and speak out!
CCSF Board of Trustees
Thursday, October 26, 4 pm
Mission Campus – 1125 Valencia at 22nd
Tell CCSF BOT that they must:
- Ensure that public land stay in public hands. Ask the PUC to transfer the Balboa Reservoir to CCSF rather than hand over public land to private developers.
- Reject the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) plan that limits student access.
- Fight to make all workers in SF, regardless of immigration status, eligible for Free City.
- Build the Performing Arts Education Center Now!