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  1. San Francisco community sailing would be "severely impacted" by proposed marina

    Lat38 highlights the key moment during Wednesday's TIDA hearing on Darius Anderson's proposal to take 1/3rd of Clipper Cove at Treasure Island for a private luxury marina:

    "But a pointed question...
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    The are two hoists. Both are located at the...

    The are two hoists. Both are located at the Treasure Island Sailing Center, and are reserved for tenants and programs of the Center. Not sure if/when they might let others use it. I think they...
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    State Commissioners refuse to endorse mega-marina loan for takeover of Clipper Cove

    This last week State Commissioners refused to approve a $22 million public loan for construction of a private mega-marina in Clipper Cove at Treasure Island.

    Deadlocked by a 2-2 vote on...
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    Losing Clipper Cove

    A disturbing proposal to convert most of Clipper Cove at Treasure Island into a private marina, with slips running from 35-80 feet, is moving forward again after laying mostly dormant for 10+ years
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  5. Divers/Hull Cleaners for the San Francisco Marina?

    I'm moving over to the San Francisco Marina (Gas House Cove) and need to find a new diver/hull cleaner.

    Any references/suggestions/recommendations would be most welcome.

    The Marina reports that...
  6. I think this is exactly right - lots of...

    I think this is exactly right - lots of constituencies are speaking up right now (swimmers, environmentalists, etc) and they ARE getting concessions (e.g. the floating jumbotron getting nixed two...
  7. If we were talking only about private property, I...

    If we were talking only about private property, I would agree with you. But we are talking about public property, and the City/Port have to show a compelling public interest in how they give away...
  8. What Mr. Ellison does with the Cup is his...

    What Mr. Ellison does with the Cup is his business, not mine. And what contribution he makes to local sailing is also his business alone.

    But what the City and Port of San Francisco do with...
  9. IOR Geezer, Yep, those areas are "identified"...

    IOR Geezer,

    Yep, those areas are "identified" - but that's about all the deal does.

    John Cote's article does a disservice by running that graphic without explaining that those marinas are the...
  10. The irony of the America's Cup in San Francisco: no legacy facilities for sailing

    Now that the details of the America’s Cup deal have become clear, a bitter irony is emerging: new or improved facilities for sailing on the Bay will likely NOT be part of the Cup legacy in San...
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