Appears as if there’ll be some changes coming to Golden Gate Park’s Stow Lake Boathouse – our Board of Rec and Park will vote on the matter on December 2nd, 2010, anyway.
Check out the PowerPoint and the new lease if you want.
(The phrase “pink popcorn” is used three times, IIRC)
Out with the boat repair room and in with a cafe:
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All the deets:
“On December 2, 2010, the Recreation and Park Commission will consider approving a Lease with Ortega Family Enterprises, doing business as Stow Lake Boathouse, LLC for the lease and operation of the Stow Lake Boathouse. The Commission meeting will be in City Hall Room 416 and will begin at 2:00 PM.
The lease is available for review on the Department’s website by following the link below.
To review the Department’s Presentation from recent Community Meetings regarding Stow Lake, please follow the link below.
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