Prop I: Renovation of Playgrounds, Walking Trails, and Athletic Fields

Put on the Ballot by Legislature

54.8% YES
45.2% NO

Summary

Shall the City allow renovations to children's playgrounds, walking trails and athletic fields if such renovations, which could include installing artificial turf or nighttime lighting on athletic fields, would double their anticipated usage and if an environmental impact report has been certified?

What Your Vote Means

A YES Means If you vote "yes," you want to amend the Park Code so that the City shall allow renovations to children's playgrounds, walking trails and athletic fields if such renovation would double their anticipated usage and if an environmental impact report has been certified. These renovations could include installing artificial turf or nighttime lighting on athletic fields.
A NO Means If you vote "no," you do not want to make these changes to the Park Code.

Arguments

PRO Proposition I ensures that playground, athletic field and walking trail renovations will proceed if an environmental impact report documents that the project will double the public's use of that facility.
CON We support renovating playing fields for our children. In Golden Gate Park we should do this with real grass. Children need sports, but they also need to interact with nature.
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