It’s time for the big wave to solidify The Great Walkway

Lee Heidhues 11.5.2022

Tuesday is election day in San Francisco and with two days to go a hardy band of supporters to preserve The Great Walkway along Ocean Beach and JFK Promenade in Golden Gate Park gathered for the final push.

The Sunday crowd was joined by District 7 Supervisor Myrna Melgar, whose district is near the Pacific Ocean and The Great Walkway. The Supervisor pointedly reminded her listeners that a defeat of Proposition I is essential to preserve the shoreline and protect the Westside Wastewater Treatment facility.

San Francisco District 7 Supervisor Myrna Melgar urged the People to vote No on Proposition I and Yes on Proposition J – to preserve JFK Promenade in Golden Gate Park
Talking No on Proposition I and Yes on Proposition J on a Sunday morning along The Great Walkway
Seniors and people with mobility issues are able to take stroll on The Great Walkway with The Marin Headlands and Mt. Tamalpais in the background. Absent this Pacific Oceanside oasis these citizens will lose a safe haven to exercise unthreatened by cars.
Sign of the times – VOTE NO ON I No 80M Seawall
What the Great Walkway is all about. A car free recreational spot for all People
The No on Prop I distributed rolls of Toilet Paper to neighbors living near The Great Walkway with a clean message. “Vote No on Prop I. Or be prepared to clean up sewage on Ocean Beach.
A little bicycle maintenance on The Great Walkway
Even the birds can have some peace and quiet on The Great Walkway
The Great Walkway. A place where a Seabird can fly high
Remember. Vote Yes on Proposition J for JFK Promenade. Vote No on Proposition I