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June 29, 2013



I am really looking forward to seeing a community garden.
I think the enviorment out there next to the bay may be to harsh to grow anything.
Is there any leadership directing the funds,energy, and goals of the Commenity Garden?
Average wind speed must be at the minimum a constant 20MPH all year long. Salt Water infused air.
Sounds like fun. However, don't you think there should be a "test garden" before funds are allocated by the City Elders.
My dog walking friends have always thought that the Parking Lot used by the Burlingame Historical Society at Washington Park would be a great place for a Community Garden.
-No Wind
-No Freeway
-No Airplane Noise
-Do not have to drive your car to the Garden, look for a parking space
-Train, bus, walk or ride your bike to Washington Park
-Good Climate
-Next to the Recreation Center
-Burlingame HS Students could have access to the garden for science projects. ie Green Energy, organic vs. Monsanto, and just experiments to create food resources in urban enviorments that are sustainable.
I feel silly bringing these important and obvious issues to the forefront.
Where is the Leadership?
Seriously, be Pro Active instead of Re Active.
-Last but not least, Washington Park.

Access to a community Garden would there by be available to all, as well as "showcase" the Gem of Burlingame..
Washington Park.
Seems like a NO BRAINER TO ME.

Is there not a new City of Burlingame Park Director?
What does he think?
Anne, Jennifer..

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