Thursday, October 11, 2012

Paul Kibel on Alameda Point's Wildlife Restoration

18 July, 2012
Paul Kibel
is professor of environmental and natural resources law at Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco. Kibel is interested in Alameda Point - the former Navy base in San Francisco Bay - in his capacity as Co-director of the law school's Center on Urban Environmental Law - or CUEL. CUEL has undertaken independent research and analysis on land use and open space issues pertaining to Alameda Point...including the publication, in 2011, of a color brochure outlining open space, habitat and parkland opportunities at the former Naval Station.
For easy access to the 44 min show, use the Player below. It is divided into:

  • Part 1 - the Navy, City officials, and CUEL's vision - and
  • Part 2 - the VA, the Biological Opinion, City offers EBRPD a $6million purchase price for land the Navy is giving the City for free. 
(Click Play arrow to listen. If you do not see the Players (due to the vagaries of temperamental computers and code) download the show from Radio4all..)
Read documents mentioned in this show:
Kibel's Letters to Navy re Alameda Point

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