September 11, 12022
Yesterday I provided an UPDATE on the Contributions by those, primarily the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (FAMSF), whose pockets are DEEP have poured into the effort to destroy JFK Promenade. I am reblogging the original post which has the complete breakdown in expenditures through late August 2022. The latest FAMSF $75,000 contribution to the ‘I’ campaign brings the total spent to nearly $500,000. I am regularly checking the San Francisco Ethics Commission website to learn to what financial lengths the well connected patrons of the FAMSF will go to destroy JFK Promenade. All in the name of greed and profit.
Lee Heidhues 8.29.2022
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco is bankrolling Proposition I, the November 8 ballot measure to destroy JFK Promenade.
This effort comes after FAMSF spent a year lobbying San Francisco politicians in its failed effort to kill legislation creating JFK Promenade on JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park.
Proposition J would affirm the legislation passed by the Board of Supervisors on April 26, 2022 and signed into law by Mayor London Breed on May 7.
Follow the money.
I have been digging through the San Francisco Ethics Commission website to dissect the finances of :
ACCESS FOR ALL, YES ON I, NO ON J, SPONSORED BY CORPORATION OF THE FINE ARTS MUSEUMS AND OPEN THE GREAT HIGHWAY ALLIANCE.
Since launching its campaign in early June to destroy car free JFK Promenade the backers of Proposition I on the November 8, 2022 ballot the backers, primarily…
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