Last chance to comment on Ocean Beach Master Plan
Wednesday is the last day to comment on the Ocean Beach Master Plan, the policy road map to the future of the beach and adjacent infrastructure that has been more than a year in the making.
Intended to guide everything from collaboration among government agencies to erosion control, traffic flow and environmental restoration for the next 50 years, the Ocean Beach Master Plan is in its final stage after a series of public meetings under the guidance of the San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association.
SPUR has some guidelines for how to comment on the draft plan:
To ensure your comments are properly recorded and reviewed, please email them to email@example.com in this format:
- Subject line: DRAFT OBMP COMMENTS [your name/affiliation]
- First, GENERAL COMMENTS about the document
- Then, specific comments. For each comment, begin with SECTION and PAGE NUMBER, e.g. “Section V, pp14-15: [your comment]“
- Within your comment, refer to specific graphics as appropriate
The complete draft Ocean Beach Master Plan is available below, or on the SPUR website.
Editor’s Note: Tom Prete worked at SPUR from April 2006 to October 2007, managing the think tank’s publications. He did copy-editing work for SPUR on a freelance basis from October 2007 to June 2011. He was never involved in SPUR policy matters.