SF Parks Alliance: Blue Greenway Open House

From bluegreenway.org:

Join San Francisco Parks Alliance as we showcase concept designs for the Blue Greenway and Pier 70 Open Space Projects.  This is the culminating presentation of SFPA’s Blue Greenway Area Wide Planning Project.

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