If you would like to help save this forest, there are a number of ways to help.
1) Write to Governor Jerry Brown. He is ex-officio a Regent of the UC Board of Regents.
Governor Jerry Brown
c/o State Capitol, Suite 1173
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: (916) 445-2841
Fax: (916) 558-3160
“Due to limited resources, responses to inquiries via mail may take up to 90 days. If you would like a more timely
response, please use the email form ….” HERE.
2) Write to the Board of Regents to ask why a public medical institution is engaging in such a controversial, expensive, and environmentally destructive act.
Address: Office of the Secretary and
Chief of Staff to the Regents, 1111 Franklin St., 12th Floor, Oakland, CA 94607
Fax: (510) 987-9224.
Their email address is: email@example.com
3) Sign the petition to save the forest. Available HERE.
4) Subscribe to this website, www. SaveSutro.com for ongoing information and analysis. (You can subscribe by going to the top right corner of any page of the website, and entering your email address.)
5) Spread the word! Tell people about this website and the petition. You can download a double-sided flyer here: Mount Sutro Forest Flyer April 2013
4) Attend and speak at a UCSF hearing about the project: Monday,
February 25, 2013, 7 pm, Millberry Union Conference Center, 500
Parnassus Ave, Golden Gate Room [The meeting is over; the report is HERE.]
Submit a written public comment by 5 PM, March 19, 2013 to UCSF
Environmental Coordinator Diane Wong at EIR@planning.ucsf.edu or mail
to UCSF Campus Planning, Box 0286, San Francisco, CA 94143-0286.
Include your full name and address. [The comment period is over; UCSF estimates they will respond to them in a couple of months.]
Thanks for the support!
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Has anyone contacted Sutro Stewards to see what they have to say about this? I’ve commented on their FB site but so far no one has replied to my post. Just wondering how they feel about this because they’re the main volunteers/caretakers for the Openspace Reserve. Maybe they’re still trying to figure it out themselves? They have a FB presence and a Website. I would think they would also receive your posts? Can someone enlighten me on this? I mean, if anyone has something to say, I would think they would. And how about maybe trying to get the City to buy this space for a protected parkland area like neighbors managed to do in the past to save the top of Mount Davidson from developers? And Bernal Heights Park and other parks as well…
Have you contacted the Chronicle about the forth coming meeting? The news stations?
KTVU, HuffPost, Epoch Times all covered the meeting. So did the Chronicle, but it represented a different view of the forest.
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What’s the plan? what are our legal rights? with all due respect commenting on the EIR is a waste of time.
We’re open to suggestions… email us at firstname.lastname@example.org !
Commenting on the EIR is important because should it go to a legal option, the only issues that can be discussed are ones already raised in EIR comments. So if you see gaps and errors in the DEIR, please do comment.