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FMR "Interpretive Sculpture" - Prototype of Proposed Design

FMR "Interpretive Sculpture" - Prototype of Proposed Design

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Published by Sabrina Brennan
Depiction of the $60,000. "Interpretive Sculpture" prototype.

This cartoonish, supper-sized, inaccurate representation of the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve (FMR) reef is an example of poor planning by Dave Holland while he was Director of San Mateo County Parks.

Dave Holland repeatedly stated at public meetings that the "interpretive sculpture" grant money would be lost if the County didn't start construction quickly and he stated that the money could not be reallocated to other projects at the FMR.

Holland's bizarre choice of location for the "interpretive sculpture" would have blocked visitor access to the beach. After the public sent letters, made phone calls and emailed photos of the hideous "interpretive sculpture" prototype to elected representatives the project was shelved. Holland later announced at a Midcoast Parks and Rec. meeting that the grant money was being reallocated for the FMR/Seal Cove Staircase.

Why Holland is determined to build his version of Disneyland by the sea is a mystery to concerned tax payers and environmentalists.

Holland is currently moving forward with other dumb ideas for the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve in his new role as Assistant County Manager.
Depiction of the $60,000. "Interpretive Sculpture" prototype.

This cartoonish, supper-sized, inaccurate representation of the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve (FMR) reef is an example of poor planning by Dave Holland while he was Director of San Mateo County Parks.

Dave Holland repeatedly stated at public meetings that the "interpretive sculpture" grant money would be lost if the County didn't start construction quickly and he stated that the money could not be reallocated to other projects at the FMR.

Holland's bizarre choice of location for the "interpretive sculpture" would have blocked visitor access to the beach. After the public sent letters, made phone calls and emailed photos of the hideous "interpretive sculpture" prototype to elected representatives the project was shelved. Holland later announced at a Midcoast Parks and Rec. meeting that the grant money was being reallocated for the FMR/Seal Cove Staircase.

Why Holland is determined to build his version of Disneyland by the sea is a mystery to concerned tax payers and environmentalists.

Holland is currently moving forward with other dumb ideas for the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve in his new role as Assistant County Manager.

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Published by: Sabrina Brennan on Feb 21, 2011
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