However, a group of neighbors is asking the CPUC to move a portion of the line from underneath Skyline Boulevard to the San Francisco Watershed lands, which are part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
CGF opposes this, as do many others including the National Park Service, US Fish and Wildlife, SF Planning and Urban Research Association, California Native Plant Society, Sierra Club and Audubon Society.
1. Speak up now!
Please take a minute to call or write to the Public Advisor for the CPUC stating your support for President Peevey's Alternate Decision, and ask them to move forward without delay.
Send your comments to:
And as always, please send a copy to us so we can track the efficacy of our work: Fax (650) 968-8431 or info@GreenFoothills.org.
Please contact the CPUC by Wednesday, August
16. Every letter, email and call counts -- together, our voices will
make a difference.
2. Learn more...
Read our October 2003 newsletter article about CGF's campaign to keep transmission towers out of the watershed.
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