How Much Money is the City Getting from Renting Out the Busy Stow Lake Boathouse This Summer: How About Zero Dollars?

Well, here’s the answer to the question Whatever Happened to That Promised Stow Lake Boathouse Eviction?

It proceeds, slowly but surely, AFAIK.

That takes time.

In the meantime, it’s bidness as usual at the old boathouse this summer excepting that the tenant running the boathouse isn’t paying rent to the City and County of San Francisco no mo, apparently.

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Are we ever going to see that money?

Is this why the current tenant isn’t leaving the way it should have already?

And didn’t the existing tenant lose 5-0 when compared with the incoming tenant?

Yep.

And yet…

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2 Responses to “How Much Money is the City Getting from Renting Out the Busy Stow Lake Boathouse This Summer: How About Zero Dollars?”

  1. CBT says:

    Might be worth mentioning while covering this issue that the Stow Lake Corporation has tendered each and every month a check in payment of full rent and the Recreation and Park department sent it back uncashed.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    Really? I’d love to see a copy of those checks. Like what was the dollar amount for this month? Do you think we’ll ever see that money? Hey, why not put in an escrow account and then try again to pay the money you owe to the City and County. I bet when this is all said and done, they’ll be happy to take the cash you owe.

    Hey, weren’t you guys supposed to move out a month or two ago? What’s the holdup?

    Hey, is this the same Stow Lake Corporation that, for more than a year, arbitrarily raised prices $5 per rental for on the stupid tourists WITHOUT TELLING ANYBODY?

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