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November 23, 2011

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San Francisco Rec & Park published a fatally flawed science report, which it did not permit to go through the usual peer review -- a normal and best practice for any scientific report.

The peer-reviewed science report on Sharp Park is published here:
http://wildequity.org/entries/3146

Another victory for the golfers!!!! Thank you, Judge Illston for seeing through the sham lawsuit that was brought. More taxpayer dollars wasted, thanks to WEI & CBD. It seems funny to me that Mr. Plater is always citing wasted money at Sharp Park, but yet how much did SF have to spend on this frivolous lawsuit brought by him? How will SF spend in July's lawsuit? Wouldn't that money be spent better somewhere else, Brent?

The bottom-line fact is that the frogs are flourishing at Sharp Park. Both sides agree, so why the lawsuits? This whole thing seems much more than ever like a land grab by WEI & CBD.

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