The Pacific Rod and Gun Club closed in April 2014 to allow the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission to conduct a yearlong cleanup. (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)

The Pacific Rod and Gun Club closed in April 2014 to allow the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission to conduct a yearlong cleanup. (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)

Pacific Rod and Gun Club cleanup

Workers whittle away at the Pacific Rod and Gun Club Upland Soil Remedial Action Project at the west shore of Lake Merced. The club closed in April of 2015 to allow the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission to conduct a yearlong $22 million cleanup.

Workers whittle away at the Pacific Rod and Gun Club Upland Soil Remedial Action Project at the west shore of Lake Merced. The club closed in April of 2014 to allow the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission to conduct a yearlong $22 million cleanup.

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Workers whittle away at the Pacific Rod and Gun Club Upland Soil Remedial Action Project at the west shore of Lake Merced. The club closed in April of 2015 to allow the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission to conduct a yearlong $22 million cleanup. (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)

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