Now you have even more time to email snail mail in your comments about the closure of Battery Caulfield Road in the Presidio.
Soon, you might not be welcome to test drive your new Lambo on Battery Caulfield. Oh well:
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The latest skivvy:
The Presidio Trust is considering two approaches to limit vehicular use of a portion of Battery Caulfield Road:
1) limitation of vehicular use during weekday peak AM and PM hours, 7 to 9 am and 5 to 7 pm, as well as on weekends (Alternative 1); or
2) limitation of vehicular use at all times (Alternative 2).
The proposed limitation on vehicular use is intended to reduce cut-through traffic to maintain public health and safety, to protect environmental values, to protect natural resources, and to avoid conflict among visitor uses.
By restricting the use of Battery Caulfield Road, the Trust also intends to reduce the amount of traffic through the 14th and 15th Avenue gates.
The Trust invites comments on both of these proposed limits of public use. Send comments to: John Fa, The Presidio Trust, 34 Graham Street, P.O. Box 29052, San Francisco, CA 94129-0052, or via email to: email@example.com.
Please make sure your comments have your name and contact information. Comments must be received no later than October 15, 2010. All written comments submitted to the Trust will be considered, and this proposed use limit may be modified accordingly. The final decision of the Trust will be published in the Federal Register.
To view a copy of the Federal Register Notice click here.
The Trust will be scheduling a meeting the first week of October. Information on the meeting will be disseminated as soon as details are confirmed.”
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