Save San Carlos Open Space

Members of the San Carlos City Council, We respectfully submit the following petition on behalf of San Carlos residents who are committed to preserving our open space. We believe our open space land contributes to San Carlos residents\' health, happiness and wellbeing. Further, it contributes to making our city \"The City of Good Living\". We ask that you do NOT consider the sale of open space (ie. Chilton Park, Crestview properties) to fund any city projects or deficits. Thank You.


The neighbors of \"Chilton Park\", open space in the hills of San Carlos, CA, are sponsoring this petition.


Updated information on Chilton Park: City of San Carlos Parks and Recreation website -look under \"Boards Committees and Commissions\":


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    colleen mcguire, United States

    5 years ago Comments: -
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    Adam Rak, United States

    9 years ago Comments: I oppose the sale of open space in San Carlos.
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    Julie Newdoll, United States

    9 years ago Comments: Not only do lots of people use this space to pick clover, run dogs, and the like, but fake grass has lots of drawbacks. I have seen dogs poop on the grass during half time of a soccer game, and no one turned their head to notice. What happens to this poop on fake grass It sits there! It has nowhere to go. I am sure people will still be running their dogs on the fage grass, and guess what - not all of them will clean up all the poop. Plus the fact that it is much hotter in the summer, and not so fun for your young children to run and play on - owch! Plus, petrochemicals, bad for the enfivonment, and potential carcinogenic outgassing. Poor yyoung people playing out there. Who's idea is this, anyway It would have been nice to have this remain a school in the first place, I hear it was the newest, nicest school around. Developers have already had their way with this property, tell them to BACK OFF!
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