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thank you evan
David
- Thursday, July 15, 2004 at 18:35:53 (PDT)

Hi. Does anyone know how to get in contact with David Erickson. He has been taking great pictures of Islais Creek and I would like to speak with him about a potential collaboration.
Thanks,
Jeff

Jeff <jcondit@sfneighborhoodparks.org>
- Thursday, June 03, 2004 at 17:05:07 (PDT)

We appreciate your approach and want to link this with our flower site : http://www.primeflowerdelivery.com
Prima Delivery <dev_gaj@yahoo.com>
- Monday, March 15, 2004 at 11:46:23 (PST)

grifting on through,.....
ren hoek <ren_hoek1968@yahoo.com>
- Tuesday, March 02, 2004 at 18:04:42 (PST)

just want to let the public know that i suk corporate weenie..
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- Monday, March 01, 2004 at 22:46:45 (PST)

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- Monday, March 01, 2004 at 22:57:20 (PST)

Could somone please contact me about Ohio design on islais creek.org. It is not the correct email or snailmail address. I am not longer a resident of islais creek Please contact me by phone so I can explain what I would like to do about it.225 6446
I think a redirect to my official company web site would be best. www.ohiodesign.com
i need to make this happen soon.
thanks a lot
David 225 6446

david pierce <david@ohiodesign.com>
- Thursday, February 19, 2004 at 12:44:08 (PST)

I request permission for a link to your site from our site, the india basin neighborhood association web site, www.indiabasin.org, which we are still constructing. thanks, cab covay, chair, ibna
cab covay <covay3@earthlink.net>
- Monday, February 02, 2004 at 11:55:19 (PST)

GUYMEN KEEP OFFOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
MUGU <MUGU@MUGU.COM>
- Saturday, November 29, 2003 at 10:50:17 (PST)

Under 280 back up from chavez, you can see from the 280 exit and southbound caltrain
stephen <mcbarnicle@myway.com>
- Wednesday, November 19, 2003 at 17:48:40 (PST)

have you seen the homeless person living on their own makeshift island under the 280 freeway pole? I admire his/her ingenuity.
stephen <mcbarnicle@myway.com>
- Monday, November 10, 2003 at 15:58:32 (PST)

Please sign the petition against the proposed Illinois Street Intermodal Bridge:
http://www.islaiscreek.org/illinoisbridgeallstuff/IllinoisBridgeGuestbook/messages.html

http://www.islaiscreek.org/illinoisbridgeallstuff/IllinoisBridgeGuestbook/messages.html
- Thursday, October 09, 2003 at 00:01:05 (PDT)

it seems that sf puc, sf muni, sf port, sf dpw, proven inc., utility boring, catellus corporation, and associated with vested financial interests.............
have no concerns for the local community or the local environment
well, what else is new?
biz as usual?

bubba
- Saturday, May 10, 2003 at 21:05:02 (PDT)

Bubba Dog has a lot of new gray hair on her chin and belly...but she still has a lot of spunk and a lot of loving as usual!
David
- Thursday, April 10, 2003 at 21:22:21 (PDT)

To All Indians to whom it may concern.
I am John Indian Banks age 33. I am 170 pounds. Have blue eyes. Have red hair and beard. I don't smoke. I don't drink. I don't use drugs. I don't steal from other people. I am 86ed from all San Francisco's Shelters, Soup-Kitchens, Drop-In-Centers, because they have a problem. because they don't like me because I am a white person. and they run the facility and the program services in these places. they refuse to offer me into there programs and services because I don't have a motor vehicle state State department pitcher ID and Social Security Number. I can't get these things because they need a birth certificate to prove how you are. I can't get a birth certificate because my birth certificate was not registered to vital records at the time of my birth from my parents. there for I don't exist in the system. I was born at warm springs Indian Reservation in Organ about 15-20 up in the hills from town of warm springs Oregon born in a log cabin. and my parents did not regeisterd my birth to vital records of state of Oregon. Only way I can get anywhere I need your help to get a legal no recordom vital records Oregon an find out whats next because the laws are different in California then in Oregon. My parents took me of the reservation in 1978 and dump me in a woods in PA, and I been homeless since that time. I don't know what tribe at warm springs I belone too because I was unable to leave the cabin from time of birth 3:30 am 01-15-1970 to 1978. I been Homeless since age 8 in 1978-1994 roundering the streets of the USA with no to help me and eating out of garbage can's. My parents abuseed me when I was a babby. I came to San Francisco in 1994 because the weather was warmer then PA, and Oregon. and a high pupolation of Homeless people living on the streets in San Francisco area. Know things have change since 1994-2003 makeing it harder on homeless people to get services. because of some homeless people are using drugs and drinking smoking going to the bathroom on public sidewalkes and massing up public restrooms and boarding public transzit vehicles throught the back door with out paying fair to the transzit operador and pick pocketing on crowed tranzit vehicles during rush hour times and geting into trouble with the poilce all the time. That cased the police department to complian to the cities mayor's office to take actshion against homeless people. that's why the mayor is making services much lot more harder to get in San Francisco. I need a home in San Francisco Area to live with the indians to Support me and take care of me with my needs. I want to be adoped by the indians and keep me please. I want to be with the indians. I love and care about Indains how had a lot of problems in the pass. I wich it was still in the old days where it was back to horeses and buggies. And Indian tribes everywhere and powwows everyhere and teepees everyhere. I love Indian music and lots of other. Please sing my guest book after you read this letter.
http://GuestBook.pax.nu/cgi-local/guest.cgi?book22018
Thanks to all San Francisco Indian's. Any Indian whow can help me with a warm dry place to stay and food and to clean up please contact me through E-Mail John Indian Banks johnindianbanks2@yahoo.comPlease Pass this e-mail Letter on to other Indian's in San Francisco Area you know of. ThanksTo all Indians in San Francisco Area I need A place to stay Tonight. Please e-mail me if you can help me. Thanks
I have internet access at public Libraries. I check my e-mail every day. I realy need your help and support on food and a place to stay every night. Thanks

John Indian Banks <johnindianbanks2@yahoo.com>
- Friday, January 31, 2003 at 16:37:07 (PST)

I am Need of Indians how can suport me and Take care of Me with Food and a warm place to stay and a place to shower and lundry my clothes. and need friends to love and care for me and hang out with.I need a better home then the streets or shelters. If you have a place to set me up please e-mail me (johnindianbanks1@yahoo.com)
I am in sf. area.
I use the internet at public libraries.
I recieve nothing from the gov. because i was born on a indian reservation in oregan and my parents did not regestard my birth to vital records of Oregan. and I don't have anyone at this time to help me get the service I need or phone calls to find out how I can get a delayed birth certifficate made and send to me. I don't have a mailing address.
I don't smoke. I don't use drugs. I don't drink.
I would like some one how I can see how has a place for me or set me up in his house or apartment.
I don't have ID and SSN because I don't xesist in the system because I have no birth records. and thats why I can't get any services from gov. services in sf. ca, I need your help on anthing you can help me with and support me with.
God Bless.contack me throght e-mail (johnindianbanks1@yahoo.com) Thanks

John Indian banks <johnindianbanks1@yahoo.com>
- Wednesday, January 22, 2003 at 11:31:02 (PST)

The pipe that leaked at Islais Creek was not a sewage pipe but was effluent water that dumps into the bay only a few hundred yards down. To my knowledge tha pipe has been leaking long before the construction crews arrived. The City needs to treat people fairly and take responsibility for their faulty line.
Tom
- Thursday, July 25, 2002 at 21:35:09 (PDT)

The effluent line (pipe) that broke was the result of poor construction at the time the line was installed. The City chose cheeper ways of construction not recomended by the engineers. At the area of the break there was a field adjustment made not following the plans for the joint designed by Ameron Steel. A butt weld was used instead of an overlap weld and it was the butt weld that failed. Algie was taken from the bottem of the pipe and was studied by a professor at Berkley. The Algie shoed to be at least 6 months older or prior to any construction. Rebar taken from the failed pipe has been studied and shows multi-year decay. This pipe had been leaking for some time before construction started. The City did not take soil samples in this area prior to construction? The delays in construction comes from the City's lack of wanting to work through the problem. To date the City has refused to sit and discuss the problem with the Contractors. The City can't manage construction and apperently the tax payers money either.
Brian
- Thursday, July 25, 2002 at 21:29:13 (PDT)

Some days ago I was present at City Hall when Douglas Wong the Director from the San Francisco Port Authority and his staff were presenting the San Francisco Port Authority " Budget" for the next fiscal year. Again and again he and others stated that they have NO additional money to spend. That 9/11 has taken away millions due to added security and so on and so forth. Yet the San Francisco Port Authority wants to waste tax payers money building another movable bridge at 3rd Street and Marin. It wants to cater to the "GREEDY" redevelopers who are developing MISSION BAY. It is a shame that some officials who work for the S.F. Port Authority will stoop to the lowest level to attain some dubious and ill planned project that will adversely impact thousands. The S.F.Port officials see nothing wrong creating a highway were thousands of trucks and other motor traffic -spew toxic fumes and pollute the environment. Add to the asthma and cancer in the neighborhood. Kill thousands of children by adversely impacting their lives. Of course most of those who plan and scheme do not live anywhere near the " proposed Illinois Movable Bridge"! Visit http://www.sfport.com and send them a message that may change their minds.
Of late they have stopped communicating with some of us who disagree with their stupid plans.
In the mean time the Muwekma Ohlone Park dies a slow death - the sewer spill has more than spoken for the culprits!
Francisco DaCosta
- Thursday, May 02, 2002 at 21:39:26 (PDT)

Some days ago I was present at City Hall when Douglas Wong the Director from the San Francisco Port Authority and his staff were presenting the San Francisco Port Authority " Budget" for the next fiscal year. Again and again he and others stated that they have NO additional money to spend. That 9/11 has taken away millions due to added security and so on and so forth. Yet the San Francisco Port Authority wants to waste tax payers money building another movable bridge at 3rd Street and Marin. It wants to cater to the "GREEDY" redevelopers who are developing MISSION BAY. It is a shame that some officials who work for the S.F. Port Authority will stoop to the lowest level to attain some dubious and ill planned project that will adversely impact thousands. The S.F.Port officials see nothing wrong creating a highway were thousands of trucks and other motor traffic -spew toxic fumes and pollute the environment. Add to the asthma and cancer in the neighborhood. Kill thousands of children by adversely impacting their lives. Of course most of those who plan and scheme do not live anywhere near the " proposed Illinois Movable Bridge"! Visit http://www.sfport.com and send them a message that may change their minds.
Of late they have stopped communicating with some of us who disagree with their stupid plans.
In the mean time the Muwekma Ohlone Park dies a slow death - the sewer spill has more than spoken for the culprits!
Francisco Da Costa
- Thursday, May 02, 2002 at 20:32:50 (PDT)
Francisco DaCosta
- Thursday, May 02, 2002 at 21:37:04 (PDT)

Some days ago I was present at City Hall when Douglas Wong the Director from the San Francisco Port Authority and his staff were presenting the San Francisco Port Authority
Francisco DaCosta
- Thursday, May 02, 2002 at 21:36:17 (PDT)

selan cici neredesin beni
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Yusuf Yumlu <sempatik74@hotmail.com>
- Wednesday, May 01, 2002 at 07:42:20 (PDT)

THESE CORPORATE REDEVELOPERS ARE RETARDS WHO TAKE FROM SOCIETY, SOMEHOW THE PEOPLE NEED TO STOP THOSE WHO ONLY TAKE FROM SOCIETY AND CONTRIBUTE NOTHING, THESE PEOPLE ARE ON SALARY! TO ROB FROM THE PEOPLE, WE MUST BAND TOGETHER AGAINST THESE MONSTERS.
JEAN <JTINGUELY@YAHOO.COM>
- Tuesday, April 30, 2002 at 01:34:25 (PDT)

I am reporting on the opposition and support for the proposed multi-modal bridge over Islais Creek on Illinois Street for an urban studies class. I am thankful to have discovered this bohemian corner of SF in before its next paving. I wonder what people really think this neighborhood will look like in ten years. It WILL have light rail with a big muni switching yard two blocks from the bridge, it is planned to remain industrially zoned, so most likely port uses will remain. As planned, Third Street will lose car lanes and car use will grow. Will housing be built in this industrial area? Look at all the new shoe box lofts on the other side of Third. What do people envision for the shores what is left of Islais Creek? I mean realistically, barring the apocalyse, economic or environmental disaster that will eventually derail even Catellus. You may detect both my institutional slant and also a readiness to hear some articulate opposition to this project other than "flowers are nice." E-mail me or post here, thanx
John Seagrave <seagrave@sfsu.edu>
- Monday, April 29, 2002 at 23:06:21 (PDT)

I walk my dog in this area daily and it is the old San Francisco.. a place where I can see the water within touch.. Please keep it peaceful> no bridge.
dr duval
- Monday, April 22, 2002 at 12:49:07 (PDT)

Save it!
Ann <annlin_uomba95@yahoo.com>
- Sunday, April 14, 2002 at 10:19:38 (PDT)

The city is run by PIGS WHO CAN SEE NO FURTHER THAN THEIR FAT NOSES. THE PEOPLE NEED TO TAKE BACK WHAT IS RIGHTFULLY THEIRS. DON'T LET THEM SHATTER WHAT IS LEFT OF OUR COMMUNITY!!!
Kelso <Kelso@yahoo.com>
- Tuesday, March 26, 2002 at 10:52:01 (PST)

Hi my name is Pierce and i want to tell you that if you put in a built in road people would complain, make noise and all that otherstuff but if you don' t put it there it be better and cool because people could plant flowers every where and be happy.
Pierce Cosey <Spider-p*69@yahoo.com>
- Saturday, March 16, 2002 at 11:11:08 (PST)

this bridge is the work of SHATEN!
IGS@YAHOO.COM
- Tuesday, March 05, 2002 at 02:01:35 (PST)

When we Indians kill meat, we eat it all up. When we dig roots, we make little holes. When we build houses, we make little holes. When we burn grass for grasshoppers, we don't ruin things. We shake down acorns and pine nuts. We don't chop down the trees. We only use dead wood. But the white people plow up the ground, pull down the trees, kill everything. ... the White people pay no attention. ...How can the spirit of the earth like the White man? ... everywhere the White man has touched it, it is sore. -
a non-white
- Friday, February 22, 2002 at 11:05:48 (PST)

Please, please please - let it be. Don't crush the daisies!
Sarah Mineo <smgadoo@prodigy.net>
- Friday, February 01, 2002 at 20:56:16 (PST)

test
test
- Friday, February 01, 2002 at 18:48:55 (PST)

This community ha given so much to what San Francisco is. It must stay like that.
Herve Mazoyer <hmazoyer@yahoo.com>
- Wednesday, January 23, 2002 at 20:59:50 (PST)

save it
susan clarke
- Saturday, January 19, 2002 at 10:22:56 (PST)

AN OLD RUN-DOWN CRACK HEAD NEIGHBORHOOD IS CLEANED UP BY A BUNCH OF ARTISTS, GARDENS ARE PLANTED, ART IS EXHIBITED WHERE GARBAGE AND SQUALID TRASH STREWN HOMELESS SQUATS WERE. THIS IS NEIGHBORHOOD REDEVELOPMENT. NOT THIS BRIDGE BUILDING SENSELESS CORRUPT WASTING OF TAXPAYERS' MONEY. THIS IS CRIMINAL THROWING TAX DOLLARS AWAY FOR CATELLUS PAYOFFS. GREEN SPACES HAVE BEEN BEEN CREATED WHERE THERE WAS FILTH!!!!! THIS AREA MUST BE PROTECTED!
JEREMY WILSON

Jeremy Wilson
- Monday, January 07, 2002 at 19:49:42 (PST)

AN OLD RUN-DOWN CRACK HEAD NEIGHBORHOOD IS CLEANED UP BY A BUNCH OF ARTISTS, GARDENS ARE PLANTED, ART IS EXHIBITED WHERE GARBAGE AND SQUALID TRASH STREWN HOMELESS SQUATS WERE. THIS IS NEIGHBORHOOD REDEVELOPMENT. NOT THIS BRIDGE BUILDING SENSELESS CORRUPT WASTING OF TAXPAYERS' MONEY. THIS IS CRIMINAL THROWING TAX DOLLARS AWAY FOR CATELLUS PAYOFFS. GREEN SPACES HAVE BEEN BEEN CREATED WHERE THERE WAS FILTH!!!!! THIS AREA MUST BE PROTECTED!
JEREMY WILSON
- Monday, January 07, 2002 at 19:46:47 (PST)

An old crack-head neighborhood is converted into a garden filled sanctuary. Squalid homeless squats strewn with heaps of garbage are cleaned up, and kept clean. These gardens and greenspace are reclaimed from industial sterwn landfill toxic hell. This is redelopment! STOP the CATELLUS beast! This kind of
Ornithal Abernathy
- Monday, January 07, 2002 at 00:46:55 (PST)

AN OLD RUN-DOWN CRACK HEAD NEIGHBORHOOD IS CLEANED UP BY A BUNCH OF ARTISTS, GARDENS ARE PLANTED, ART IS EXHIBITED WHERE GARBAGE AND SQUALID TRASH STREWN HOMELESS SQUATS WERE. THIS IS NEIGHBORHOOD REDEVELOPMENT. NOT THIS BRIDGE BUILDING SENSELESS CORRUPT WASTING OF TAXPAYERS' MONEY. THIS IS CRIMINAL THROWING TAX DOLLARS AWAY FOR CATELLUS PAYOFFS. GREEN SPACES HAVE BEEN BEEN CREATED WHERE THERE WAS FILTH!!!!! THIS AREA MUST BE PROTECTED!
JEREMY WILSON <jrmny@hotmail.com>
- Monday, January 07, 2002 at 00:39:41 (PST)

WE THE UNDERSIGNED PROTEST THE DESTRUCTION OF THE CYCLONE ARTS CENTER AND MUWEKMA OHLONE POCKET PARK AND DEMAND THAT THE CITY AND PORT STOP THE BUILDING OF THIS BRIDGE OVER ISLAIS CREEK.
Christoph Klotz <cklotz@pacbell.net>
- Tuesday, January 01, 2002 at 13:32:48 (PST)

I THE UNDERSIGNED PROTEST THE DESTRUCTION OF THE CYCLONE ARTS CENTER AND MUWEKMA OHLONE POCKET PARK AND DEMAND THAT THE CITY AND PORT STOP THE BUILDING OF THIS BRIDGE OVER ISLAIS CREEK.
Mara Lomax <mlomax@yahoo.com>
- Saturday, December 29, 2001 at 02:57:16 (PST)

Great a new bridge. TWO BRIDGES 50 feet AWAY FROM EACH OTHER!!!!!! These people are brilliant. Are there going to be ARMED NATIONAL GUARDSMEN stationed there 24 hours a day to protect these prescious bridges from terrorists. Like the other bay bridges? Are they building a bomb target in Bayview/Hunters Points back Yard?
scared
- Saturday, December 29, 2001 at 02:52:15 (PST)

This bridge will cost about $15 million. It will harm Islais Creek and adversely impact the fish, animal and plant life. These are serious environmental issues. The added traffic on the bridge will bring pollution. As it is, there is sufficient pollution from all the traffic on Third Street. More from all the sewage spillage into Islais Creek and the Bay. More still from the ancient wastewater treatment plant, with its aging tanks. There is talk of building six huge digestors by Islais Creek. This will just add to the pollution and adversely impact the whole area.
Michael McCarthy <misterm@aol.com>
- Saturday, December 29, 2001 at 02:44:23 (PST)

I am opposed to the construction of a new bridge at Illinois st.
aram price
- Thursday, December 27, 2001 at 14:02:54 (PST)

good luck! Long Live Artists!
Ashley Wilson <smashley1@mindspring.com>
- Thursday, December 27, 2001 at 09:51:13 (PST)

pavin and bridges and displacement and raping mother earth+TERRORISM!!!!!
EARTHFIRST!!!!!!
- Friday, December 21, 2001 at 15:03:39 (PST)

pavin and bridges and displacement and raping mother earth+TERRORISM!!!!!
EARTHFIRST!!!!!!
- Friday, December 21, 2001 at 15:03:28 (PST)

you all are heroes!!Bless you and keep fighting the good fight!!!!!
Save the arts and the reclaimed industrial wastlend and gardens you all have developed!!!!
Stop the madmen!!!!

Katheleen an Arts Patron <Kaps@Yahoo.com>
- Friday, December 21, 2001 at 15:01:30 (PST)

WE THE UNDERSIGNED PROTEST THE DESTRUCTION OF THE CYCLONE ARTS CENTER AND MUWEKMA OHLONE POCKET PARK AND DEMAND THAT THE CITY AND PORT STOP
THE BUILDING OF THIS BRIDGE OVER ISLAIS CREEK.

Harbeer Sandhu <xturban8r@hotmail.com>
- Friday, December 21, 2001 at 13:19:26 (PST)

san francisco needs artists
Suzanne Pollard
- Friday, December 21, 2001 at 09:38:00 (PST)

Ditto. All of the above.
Drina Iva Boban
- Friday, December 21, 2001 at 06:40:39 (PST)

more green LESS pavement!
more art LESS polution!!
More places for communities LESS corporate welfare!!!

the people
- Friday, December 21, 2001 at 02:10:16 (PST)

Please preserve this valuable community center.
Rae Chang
- Thursday, December 20, 2001 at 20:59:47 (PST)

Save this art group. They have worked hard to keep the arts alive and kicking and need our support.
Peggy Sheehan <peggy_sunglasses@yahoo.com>
- Thursday, December 20, 2001 at 18:26:38 (PST)

Good luck and keep up the good work!
John,Sarah and Dillon Gorman
- Sunday, December 16, 2001 at 19:26:19 (PST)

david erickson; keep up the good work.
tom wredberg <tomwredberg@hotmail.com>
- Friday, December 14, 2001 at 13:22:36 (PST)

Under item 4: "Letters from Muni and DPW". Two lett Your
Concerned PUC employee
- Wednesday, December 05, 2001 at 06:55:52 (PST)

Your
Concerned PUC employee
- Wednesday, December 05, 2001 at 06:54:44 (PST)

Your
Concerned PUC employee
- Wednesday, December 05, 2001 at 06:53:54 (PST)

I think you should give some of the other neighborhoods a chance at Digesting the WASTE of San Francisco. The Bayview Hunterspoint is suffering from a severe case of INDEGESTION.
THANK YOU

Jackie <jphillip@puc.sf.ca.us>
- Monday, December 03, 2001 at 14:04:50 (PST)

I would just like to clear up a few blatant mistakes in the article. First, The pipe is not a "sewer main" it is an "outfall pipe", which does not carry "sewage", it carries "treated effluent" to the bay. Next you say lots of children play there, and people fish there. Well I also fish there and have never seen any children playing. The only people I have seen there are homeless people, who usually end up dumping a lot of trash around the so called park.
Chuck
- Friday, November 30, 2001 at 15:15:14 (PST)

i feel bad for the park. ihope the park will be able to heal itself. it is one of my favorite spots in this city. i see this as a signal of what is coming with this southern water front redevelopment. it's not at all surprising to me that this has happened, hopefully the parties responsable will facilitate the restoration, but personaly i don't have alot of faith in our current system. thanks for all your hard work david, the park is a great place and will be the sanctuary again.
mikey

mikey <mikey@monkeybrains.net>
- Thursday, November 29, 2001 at 08:19:21 (PST)

SAVE THE BUILDING! SAVE THE ARTS!! SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT!!! STOP THE DEATH MACHINE!!!! GOD BLESS YOU ALL!!!!!!
Bruce Hanson <bh@yahoo.com>
- Tuesday, November 27, 2001 at 02:12:25 (PST)

Life would be too booooring without a challenge!
The sewer pipe tragedy has allowed us to address issues connected with the Muwekma Ohlone Park - with a stronger determination to allow more sunshine in the Park. David, keep the good fight and most everything will fall in place.

Francisco Da Costa <frandacosta@att.net>
- Friday, November 23, 2001 at 19:27:29 (PST)

Wow guys! Great work. Should we get a volunteer sat. together for the Illinois block?
bayard
- Saturday, November 03, 2001 at 14:58:29 (PST)

Dear Friends- My apologies! A few nights ago, 95% of the entires in the guestbook, mysteriously dissappeared. ( Last 12 months)
Hopefully, in the next few weeks I can fix the problem, and re-upload all the entries.
My apologies- David

David Erickson <zabudam@pacbell.net>
- Thursday, November 01, 2001 at 21:24:07 (PST)





So, we have one small corner where a microscopic group of urban humanity has some near-by beauty and temporary autonomy left to them!!! Thanks for all the labor and organization to make it possible!!! You did great.......... Maybe more people will be inspired to do more for themselves in the future and y'all deserve credit for that in advance also!!!
norm <normglass@yahoo.com>
- Tuesday, November 21, 2000 at 17:15:27 (PST)

Awesome photos Dave, I really like them. Makes me happy to see all the plants alive on the web. Islais Creek dot com!
Isabel <isabel@monkeybrains.net>
- Monday, November 20, 2000 at 23:37:05 (PST)

Congratulations David! Fantastic news and proof positive that everyone's efforts really do make a difference. Keep up the great work!
David Lawrence <dhl@sirius.com>
- Friday, November 17, 2000 at 15:56:46 (PST)

Bravissimo! Congratulations David, and everyone who worked so hard. May a thousand indigenous flowers bloom and the native pickleweed thrive along Islais Creek!
Joyce Gilio Stern <jstern@calacademy.org>
- Friday, November 17, 2000 at 09:53:18 (PST)

great job David
Mindy Ward <mindy@org.org>
- Thursday, November 16, 2000 at 19:24:23 (PST)

thanks to everyone that has made this happen- you guys are dee best!!
David <zabudam@pacbell.net>
- Wednesday, November 15, 2000 at 12:52:43 (PST)

Looking good!
Rudy
- Wednesday, November 15, 2000 at 12:35:38 (PST)

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