I Covered The Waterfront

It’s a known fact the Greys parked their saucers atop the Potrero Power-stack and recharged their engines. Children who grew up by the bay, saw them all the time! The night guards didn’t want to mess with them, nor, be called “crazy”.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grey_alien

I just got a response from a historian who pretended she did not know what I am talking about. She sent me to the library, as faraway from Site 9 as they could.

Above is the same old trick they use to render us worker-slaves. I went to another of their civic “brainstorming” sessions, and they took everyone in the room, but two. Folks that go to see ‘The Planners’ are lonely and unemployed. They are not missed. They are plum tuckered out after a month of hard labor they have no memory of.

When I took a pic at this Gathering Place, the woman at the door asked if I was the press.

https://rosamondpress.com/2019/01/30/the-age-of-man-dies-on-ugly-street/

“I cover the waterfront!”

“She laughed!

“Who sang that great song, I cover the waterfront?”

They say they want your history so they can preserve it. They want to pickle you!

Springfield Jonny

http://ppsmixeduse.com/

https://www.potreropowerstation.com/history/

This group was transported to San Francisco on a chartered flight, and are now doing hard labor, verses, using their mind. The Greys hate our old stuff, and our seniors, who are tricked into believing new cities will be designed around them. Why cater to humans on the way out?

The Invasion of Glenwood

The invasion of Glenwood was led by Apex Investments of Dubai. Springfield and Eugene refused my history of the Miller Brothers, and John and Jessie Fremont. What are they giving the people? What are they giving women, and men? Who wants this empty clean space of the mind? Why did so many women vote for Trump? Who is bankrolling these projects? The Arabs got wealthy from the oil they own. They pretend there is a cultural exchange. There is not. Araba leaders are barbarians, family run oligarchies that our President emulates to the delight of squealing white women.

Who are these Hotel Cartel People? What are they not being questioned? Do we want what they have to sell? Are they helping the homeless? Who are they? We are just cattle to them. Their prices are too high. They should be cut in half, or, we should become a Socialist Nation and offer free transportation and lodging – along with free medicine!

https://innsighthotels.com/

Jon Presco

site would be developed into a new mixed-use community with new uses including residential; commercial (including office, research and development, and retail); hotel; Production, Distribution, and Repair (PDR); community facilities; and parking. The proposed project also includes new open space/recreational use, shoreline access (including a new dock), new public roads, and circulation improvements. One existing structure on the site—the Stack—is proposed for preservation, while a

second—Unit 3—is being studied for adaptive reuse.

Overall, the proposed_ project would construct 5.4 million gross square feet (gsf) in seven phases over a ten year period. Currently, the proposed project is within the conceptual design phase, and is subject to change upon further review and refinement with the Planning Department and other public agencies, community outreach, market conditions, and the environmental review process.

As detailed by the project sponsor, California Barrel Company, the proposed project development characteristics are included in Table 1 below. Note that the PG&E switchyard site is not currently controlled by the Project Sponsor but PG&E has provided an authorization letter to include that site in the project for the purposes of environmental review.

Historic Preservation F~ Site Legacy. The site development should be envisioned as part of the rich manufacturing and industrial history of the City’s Southeast waterfront, which is being
preserved at nearby projects such as Pier 70 and India Basin. The Project could leverage and
showcase the historic resources within the project-area in order to distinguish the development
and to create a unique experience that contributes to a vibrant and historically rich Southeast
waterfront. T’he Department requests continued exploration of the retention of industrial
buildings and elements that express the unique industrial legacy of the project area and which
would give the site a richness and quirk that master developments comprised entirely of new
buildings often lack. We ask that you engage in a genuine pursuit of these preservation goals
while also balancing the feasibility of rehabilitating badly deteriorated resources, the challenges
of euisting site conditions, and the project’s other goals. In particular, we recognize the potential
conflict between maintaining these resources and the provision of a high level of affordable
housing.
The Department requests that the project sponsor continue assessing the retention of some of the
remaining historic resources on the site, including the gate house and portions or all of Station A.
Should these resources be included in the future development in full or partial manner, their
presence should be evident, honest to their materials, specific, and dignified. They should play a
role in the identity and public life of the area and beyond, both visually and as a destination.
Continue to work with Department staff on methods and procedures for the potential use and
viability of these buildings or retention of partial features that would support their presence.
Elements of Station A can serve as a dramatic entrance to the project site along 23rd Street and
provide a focal point to the proposed adjacent open space. E~lore relocation of the small gate
house building within the project area if retention in place is not possible. The Department has
determined that the majority of the buildings on the site are not historic resources.
The Department supports the proposal to keep the Stack and the ongoing assessment of
adaptively reusing Unit 3 as a public waterfront destination. If Unit 3 cannot feasibly be
adaptively reused for a significant new purpose, the Department requests that the project
sponsor consider a smaller building footprint for Block 9 that allows for the partial retention of
Unit 3 as a sculptural element or relic that provides an evocative centerpiece for the waterfront
open space with a rich and experiential interpretive program and presents the project area’s
industrial and electrical history.
The industrial legacy of the site should be evident while allowing for new uses and structures.
This legacy exists in a variety of qualities including existing surfaces, details, and structures. It
can be expressed in future geometry, materiality, uses, ways of creating connections, and in
modulation of new facades, entryways, and activities. These goals are not intended to replicate or
SAN FRANCISCO 1

http://default.sfplanning.org/notice/2017-011878PPA.pdf

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Up in Northern California, Andrew Wolfram has bolted Perkins + Will’s San Francisco office to become a principal at TEF (Tom Eliot Fisch). Wolfram was project architect for the SF Ferry Building, and also worked on the renovation of 140 New Montgomery, Timothy Pflueger’s art deco skyscraper for Pacific Telephone. (Photo: Courtesy Andrew Wolfram)

 

Persons who are unable to attend the scheduled Planning Commission hearing may submit written comments regarding these cases to the individuals listed for each case above at the Planning Department, 1650 Mission Street, 4th Floor, San Francisco, CA  94103.  Comments received by 9:30 a.m. on the day of the hearing will be made a part of the official record and will be brought to the attention of the Planning Commission.

Pursuant to Government Code § 65009, if you challenge, in court, the approval of a conditional use, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the Planning Commission at, or prior to, the public hearing.

 

https://sf-planning.org/meetings/18

POTRERO POWER STATION MIXED-USE PROJECT

California Barrel Company LLC, the project sponsor, proposes to redevelop the site of the former Potrero Power Plant and adjacent parcels located along San Francisco’s central bayside waterfront with a variety of residential, commercial, parking, community facilities, and open space land uses. The San Francisco Planning Department has determined that an environmental impact report (EIR) is required for the proposed project in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act and on October 3, 2018, published a Draft EIR on the project. The purpose of the Draft EIR is to inform governmental agencies and the public of the potential environmental impacts of the proposed mixed-use development, recommended mitigation measures to lessen significant adverse impacts, and comparative merits of alternatives to the project. On October 8, 2018, the proposed project was certified by the Governor of California as an environmental leadership development project under the Jobs and Economic Improvement Through Environmental Leadership Act of 2011 (California Public Resources Code section 21178 et seq.). Beginning on October 3, 2018, pursuant to the requirements of this act and concurrent with the administrative process, this website provides access to all documents and materials in the record of proceedings for this project in a downloadable format.

http://ppsmixeduse.com/

 

https://www.potreropowerstation.com/history/

 

History

Located on Potrero Point, a long active yet publicly inaccessible section of waterfront, the Power Station site has a rich industrial history that powered San Francisco since the Gold Rush. Now retired, the Power Station is being reimagined as a vibrant addition to the Dogpatch neighborhood, opening up a captivating waterfront place to San Franciscans for the first time in 165 years. PG&E is currently in the process of cleaning the site. Details about its remediation efforts can be found HERE.

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Through community workshops, site tours, developer office hours, neighborhood association presentations, and one-on-one meetings, the Power Station team has been and will continue listening. We believe that the best neighborhoods are ones influenced by the people who live in them. As this entitlement process progresses, we hope to hear your voice and benefit from your engagement. 

 

https://www.potreropowerstation.com/community

https://www.potreropowerstation.com/about

 

To stay in the loop on upcoming community workshops, site tours, and general project updates, please join our mailing list by filling out the below form. You can reach us via email at info@potreropowerstation.com, or via phone at (415) 598-9596.

 

site would be developed into a new mixed-use community with new uses including residential; commercial (including office, research and development, and retail); hotel; Production, Distribution, and Repair (PDR); community facilities; and parking. The proposed project also includes new open space/recreational use, shoreline access (including a new dock), new public roads, and circulation improvements. One existing structure on the site—the Stack—is proposed for preservation, while a

second—Unit 3—is being studied for adaptive reuse.

Overall, the proposed_ project would construct 5.4 million gross square feet (gsf) in seven phases over a ten year period. Currently, the proposed project is within the conceptual design phase, and is subject to change upon further review and refinement with the Planning Department and other public agencies, community outreach, market conditions, and the environmental review process.

As detailed by the project sponsor, California Barrel Company, the proposed project development characteristics are included in Table 1 below. Note that the PG&E switchyard site is not currently controlled by the Project Sponsor but PG&E has provided an authorization letter to include that site in the project for the purposes of environmental review.

I Cover The Waterfront

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This morning I discovered an image of a crucified Claudette Colbert who starred in ‘I Cover The Waterfront’ a movie based upon a book written by Max Miller. A chapter in this book is inspired by a Tongva Indian Maid who was given the name Juana Maria which looks like Marijuana. She is found all alone on St. Nicolas Island. This movie centers around bad men smuggling in illegal aliens, Chinese, so they can do the laundry of the well-to-do in Pasadena. One poor sap is found inside a great white shark. Consider Rosamond’s favorite movie ‘Chinatown’. Did Max read the legend of Andromeda? The monster shark movie ‘Jaws’ has its roots here. Is this more synchronicity?

https://rosamondpress.com/2015/12/09/the-crouching-tiger-of-synchronicity/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andromeda_(mythology)

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After Rosemary told me the man who glared at me was very rich and powerful, I wondered how she knew this. Did she meet him at the meeting my family kept me away from, held in Rosamond’s house the day after she drowned in the sea? A writer for the Monterey Pinecone, John Detro, was there – in my place! A couple of months later – he is dead! I wanted to talk to him. I had sent him my thirty page report that I sent the Coroner.  I included a cassette tape with this report that I made when I talked to one of the rescue personel who retrieved my sister from the ocean. She was still alive. He told me he lives in a home near Rocky Point, and when he awoke that morning…..

“There was quite a blow. There were whitecaps as far as the eye could see.”

 

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