Corbett Slope

For generations, “Corbett Slope has been the central open space in the Corbett Heights neighborhood,” says Gary Weiss, Corbett Heights resident and leader of the Corbett Heights Neighbors (CHN) group. In its cost of viagra in canada heyday the slope was once used for community gatherings, barbecues, garage sales and garden workdays.

In May of 2004, the Board of Supervisors declared the property located at 341 Corbett Street as surplus, and the parcel was transferred to the pharmacy programs at canadian universities Mayor’s Office of Housing. For almost a decade, Corbett Heights Slope has been fenced off and inaccessible to the community. “For the last few years, the Corbett Heights Neighbors have worked to find a way to protect it as a park and community garden,” says Weiss.

On January 10, 2012, the Board of Supervisors supported the efforts of CHN by passing Supervisor Weiner’s legislation to have Corbett Slope transferred to the Department of Public Works (DPW) allowing the Corbett Heights neighborhood to create a park and community garden on Corbett Slope. DPW, in partnership with San Francisco Parks Alliance (SFPA), manages and implements the Street Parks program. The Street Parks program supports the development and maintenance of community-managed open spaces on DPW-owned properties. Through the Street Parks program, DPW and SFPA work with residents to transform vacant underutilized lots into vibrant community gardens.

Supervisor Wiener commented in bayer cialis his monthly newsletter, “Our neighborhood open space is precious, and once it’s gone, it’s gone for good. This legislation will prevent that from happening.” This legislation is generic cialis online mastercard a tremendous victory for CHN and the Corbett Heights neighborhood. Corbett Slope is located between generic cialis online pharmacy 315 and 341 Corbett Street, between Mars and Clayton. Volunteer workdays are held on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month. Please generic cialis contact gary@cobettheights.org for more information.

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