Muwekma Ohlone Sanctuary
Contact: David Erickson
1884 Illinois Street
San Francisco, Ca, 94124
Tel & Fax: 415-821-9300
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Date: October 25, 2001
RE: Pre-Proposal for the State-Tribal-Local Government Wetlands Program Grants
Fiscal Year 2002
Note: These waterfront areas are under intensive industrial, commercial and housing growth and development, which currently have no cohesive, coordinated wetlands or air quality monitoring and mitigation program. Also note that the current SEIR generated in conjunction with the Port of San Francisco Waterfront Land Use Plan is essentially an umbrella document, and a draft completed in late 1996.The current SEIR submitted to the San Francisco Planning Commission does not comprehensively identify or quantify the combined sources of current and anticipated development impacts to wetlands.( as well as air emissions and other impacts to environment)
Documents, examples and data will be provided upon request.
Port of San Francisco, California Academy of Sciences, City of San Francisco, BCDC, Coast Guard, Army Corps Engineers, SFDPW, CBE, SLUG, SF Parks and Recreation, SF State University, Catellus Corporation, ARC Ecology, Muwekma Ohlone Tribe, Sierra Club of SF, PG&E, Department of Fish and Game , US Fish and Wildlife Service, EPA and local industry.
The primary needs of funding for the Master Planning Phase are as follows:
Note: Although this question is intended for state and local agencies, it is important to note the goals of the California Wetlands Conservation Policy:
* Ensure no overall net loss and achieve a long-term net gain in the quantity, quality, and permanence of wetlands acreage and values in California in a manner that fosters creativity, stewardship and respect for private property.