The recycling center and nursery next to Kezar Stadium will still be evicted, but when exactly is unknown.
An eviction notice was given to the Haight Ashbury Neighborhood Council’s recycling site Nov. 29. By law, the center and native plant nursery had until Wednesday to voluntarily pack up and move out of Golden Gate Park, according to Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Kathy Gorwood. But that did not happen. Read More
The eviction of the recycling center in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood is on hold for now as a suitable alternative for the nonprofit is worked out.
But Recreation and Park Department officials say that despite ongoing conversations about relocating the 20-year-old facility, known as the Haight-Ashbury Neighborhood Council recycling center, things are “moving forward” with an eviction to make way for community gardens. Read More
Following the denial of a recycling center’s attempt to stop its eviction from Golden Gate Park, park officials have granted the center one final month in its current location near Kezar Stadium.
On May 17, a Superior Court judge declined to rule on the Haight Ashbury Neighborhood Council’s assertion that the Recreation and Park Department is unlawfully evicting its recycling operation from its longtime home. Read More
The HANC recycling center that is still operating in Golden Gate Park despite Rec and Park’s notice of eviction effective April 1 could relocate to near Pier 96, neighboring Recology’s facility.
Apparently Mayor Ed Lee offered them a lot near the eastern waterfront as an alternative to the Kezar Stadium lot that they are being forced out of to make way for a community garden, according to HANC’s Executive Editor Ed Dunn.
Recology also has its recycling center in that area. Read More
The issue involving the Haight Ashbury Neighborhood Council recycling center is coming to a head, but there will likely not be fireworks around an eviction until at least Monday. Read More
A subcommittee of the Board of Supervisors will consider a resolution on Monday that would direct The City’s Recreation and Park Department to rescind the eviction of the HANC Recycling Center from Golden Gate Park. The resolution would direct the department to establish a comprehensive parks recycling program using “the expertise, volunteer base and facilities” of HANC. Read More
The grand opening of the Whole Foods at Haight and Stanyan streets begs the question about where customers will be able to redeem their recyclables since HANC is scheduled for eviction. State law requires that every supermarket has some sort of compensation available within a half-mile of the store’s radius. HANC would fulfill that requirement being in the parking lot of Kezar Stadium. Read More
For those excited about turning a 36-year-old HANC Recycling Center into a community garden, there is a meeting Monday to talk about what they might want it to look like. But for the people who were appalled at former Mayor Gavin Newsom’s push to close it, The City’s Operations and Neighborhood Services Committee is scheduled to discuss the issue February 14. Read More