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Martis, Agnes, San Francisco, to Hon. Roy A. Taylor, dated April 20,
Mayo, A. C., San Francisco, Calif., to Hon. Roy A. Taylor, dated
McCarthy, Leo T., assemblyman, California Legislature, to Congress-
Meyer, Mrs. George D., San Francisco, Calif., to Congressman Roy
Miller, Susan E., San Francisco, to Congressman Roy Taylor, dated
Morton, Hon. Rogers C. B., Secretary of the Interior, to Hon. Carl
Nevraumont, Jack, San Francisco, to Hon. Roy A. Taylor, dated
Niggeman, Louis W., president, Greater San Francisco Chamber of
Palmer, Bert, city manager, Tiburon, Calif., to Congressman Roy
Posner, Patricia, Kentfield, Calif., to Hon. Roy Taylor, dated
Raab, Robert F., first vice president, Marin Conservation League, San Rafael, Calif., to Congressman Roy Taylor, dated May 19, 1972
Reed, Hon. Nathaniel P., Assistant Secretary of the Interior, to Hon.
Reynolds, Mrs. T. Eric, conservation committee chairman, Piedmont Garden Club, Piedmont, Calif., to Hon. Roy Taylor, dated May 17, 1972____
Rogers, Ida N., and Dorothy Strauss, San Francisco, to Congressman Roy Taylor, dated May 12, 1972..
Russell, William, Barre, Vt., to Representative Roy Taylor, dated
Ryken, Ed, executive director, Marin Senior Coordinating Council,
Sheehan, Mrs. Jessie M., San Francisco, to Congressman Roy Taylor, dated May 12, 1972.
Siri, William E., president, Save San Francisco Bay Association,
Smith, Leslie, chairman, Parks Committee, Muir Beach Improvement
Stangeland, Mrs. Susan J., Berkeley, Calif., to Congressman Roy A.
Straus, William, chairman, West Marin unit, Marin Conservation
Strauss, Francis and Katherine, Mill Valley Calif., to Congressman
Sweeny, Mrs. Robin R., mayor, Sausalito, Calif., to Congressman
Thorner, Thomas, chairman, Marin Alternative, Kentfield, Calif., to
Thorpe, Lawrence W., attorney at law, San Francisco, to Congressman
Toft, Al, to Hon. Roy A. Taylor, dated August 9, 1971.
Torres, Fabio de la, director, Mission Economic Opportunity Council,
Train, William F., president, Marina Civic Improvement and Property
Ute, Grant James, San Francisco, to Hon. Roy Taylor, dated May
Ute, Henry, San Francisco, to Congressman Roy Taylor, dated May
Violich, Mrs. Paul A., Kentfield, Calif., to Congressman Roy Taylor, dated May 18, 1972.
Wada, Yori, executive director, Young Men's Christian Association
Weaver, Marie, citizen, Olema Valley, Calif..
Weikel, Wendy, Santa Barbara, Calif., to House Subcommittee on
Wendroff, Mrs. Lyllian, San Francisco, to Congressman Roy Taylor,
West, Mr. and Mrs. John F., Inverness, Calif., to Hon. Roy A. Taylor,
Whitmore, Mrs. Dorothy L., Stockton, Calif., to Hon. Roy Taylor,
Wullenjohn, Charles, president, De Anza Chapter, Alpha Gamma
Yambrach, Edward D., San Jose, Calif., to Congressman Roy Taylor.
American Youth Hostels, Inc., Golden Gate Council, San Francisco,
Analysis of the wildlife at Point Lobos, San Francisco, presented by
Barristers' Club of San Francisco resolution, dated August 5, 1971...
Board of supervisors of the city and county of San Francisco, resolu-
California Legislature Joint Resolution No. 3, dated January 11,
California State Legislature Joint Resolution No. 3, supplied for the
City Council of Tiburon, Calif., Resolution No. 435 drafted May 13,
Estimated man-years of civilian employment and expenditures for
Marin Conservation League recommendation for Golden Gate
Parcels in San Mateo County recommended for inclusion in the Golden
Gate National Recreation Area (tables).--
Presidio of San Francisco, general site plan (map) (facing).
Farallon Islands map..
Port of Nova Albion map_
Ten comparative points, Port of Nova Albion versus San Fran-
The Drake Plate of Brass_
Republican County Central Committee of San Francisco, resolution
Tamalpais Valley (maps):
Proposed amendment and administration bill boundary.
Tide's End Community Association, resolution, adopted August 2,
TO ESTABLISH THE GOLDEN GATE NATIONAL RECREATION AREA IN SAN FRANCISCO AND MARIN COUNTIES, CALIF. AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES
TO ESTABLISH A NATIONAL RECREATION AREA IN SAN FRANCISCO AND MARIN COUNTIES, CALIF.
MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1971
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
SUBCOMMITTEE ON NATIONAL PARKS AND RECREATION
OF THE COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS,
The subcommittee met, pursuant to recess, at 9:04 a.m., in the Ceremonial Courtroom, Federal Building, 450 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, Calif., Hon. Roy A. Taylor (chairman of the subcommittee) presiding.
Mr. TAYLOR. The Subcommittee on National Parks and Recreation will convene.
This morning we meet to hear testimony on various proposals to establish a new national recreation area in and near the city of San Francisco.
We have before us several proposals. In the absence of objection, a copy of H.R. 9498 by Congressman Burton et al., and a copy of H.R. 10220, by Congressman Mailliard will be placed in the record at this point.
(Copies of H.R. 9498 and H.R. 10220 follow :)
[H.R. 9498, 92d Cong., first sess.]
A BILL To establish a national recreation area in San Francisco and
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
SECTION 1. In order to preserve for public use and enjoyment certain areas of Marin and San Francisco Counties in California, many of which are surplus public lands, possessing unique natural, historic, scenic, and recreational values, and in order to provide for the maintenance of needed recreational open space necessary to urban environment and planning, the Secretary of the (1)