But after 30 years, change is happening and development pressures threaten to block the wind and increase pollution.
A brief overview of this effort to keep Candlestick windy and available can be read online.
Candlestick Preservation Association has prepared public comments for the Brisbane Baylands DEIR and planning processes in conjunction with the San Francisco Boardsailing Association.
Download the comments or click the links below to download individual sections or view them online.
|Part I||Call for Real Leadership in Waterfront Development|
|A Broad View of Peninsula Waterfront Development|
|Lessons from the Past|
|New Waterfront Development Competitive Pressure|
|Imagining the Possibilities|
|Alternatives for the Brisbane Baylands|
|Part II||Windsurfing Importance, Impact, and Preservation|
|Methodology and Assumption Deficiencies|
|Improper Determination of Potential Impact Significance|
|Windsurfing Sensitivity to Development|
|Recommended Mitigation for Potential Project Impacts|
|Special Section: Air Quality|
|Part III||Addressing Master Response of 300 Airport Boulevard Project Final EIR|
|Adequacy of the Significance Threshold|
|Adequacy of the Wind Study and Evaluation of Turbulence|
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