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Sarah Ballard

Director of Policy and Public Affiars

SF Recreation

HQ Phone:  (415) 661-1727

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SF Recreation

1286 23Rd Avenue

San Francisco, California,94122

United States

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SFCRG


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San Francisco Coalition for Responsible Growth


Director of Policy and Public Affairs

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Ethics Commission: Failing The Public Again | CitiReport

www.citireport.com [cached]

That followed an April 20 e-mail to the Commonwealth Club's Executive Assistant, Ross Lawley, sent by Sarah Ballard, RPD's director of policy and public affairs, which read:
"The Sunshine Ordinance Task Force ("Task Force") hereby provides notification of willful failure and official misconduct findings against Phil Ginsburg and Sarah Ballard of the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department for failure to comply with the Order of Determination ("Order") issued on August 8, 2011 in sunshine complaint No. 11049, George Wooding v. Recreation and Parks Department." Mark Buell, Phil Ginsberg, Sarah Ballard, and secretary Olive Gong were all found guilty of San Francisco Administrative Code §67.21 (not assisting the requestor of documents), §67.25 (failure to respond to immediate document disclosure requests), §67.26 (withholding documents), or §67.27 (failure to justify the withholding of public records). A highly embarrassed Sarah Ballard produced testimony that was so incredulous, that even the Ethics Commission's then-president, Benjamin Hur, had trouble believing her. HUR: I have some questions, particularly for Miss Ballard. Miss Ballard, I'm looking at Figure 1, which is the email that you sent to Ross Lawley on April 20. BALLARD: I don't retain sent emails. BALLARD: If I had a copy of a contract that was sent as an attachment, I would assume that would ... BALLARD: I don't retain sent documents. BALLARD: I don't believe it is. HUR: At all? BALLARD: Correct. Had this involved a criminal case against Ballard, the City would have searched high and low on the redundant back-up servers to locate the e-mails Ballard claims she doesn't personally retain, and you can bet the City would have located them. But Ballard, sporting a straight face, managed to hoodwink Hur. "She [Ballard] has not been forthcoming to this body or to any of us.


www.modbee.com

Sarah Ballard, spokeswoman for the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department, previously said the permit was rejected because of water shortage and forest safety issues.


Ethics Commission: Failing The Public Again | CitiReport

www.citireport.com [cached]

That followed an April 20 e-mail to the Commonwealth Club's Executive Assistant, Ross Lawley, sent by Sarah Ballard, RPD's director of policy and public affairs, which read:
"The Sunshine Ordinance Task Force ("Task Force") hereby provides notification of willful failure and official misconduct findings against Phil Ginsburg and Sarah Ballard of the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department for failure to comply with the Order of Determination ("Order") issued on August 8, 2011 in sunshine complaint No. 11049, George Wooding v. Recreation and Parks Department." Mark Buell, Phil Ginsberg, Sarah Ballard, and secretary Olive Gong were all found guilty of San Francisco Administrative Code §67.21 (not assisting the requestor of documents), §67.25 (failure to respond to immediate document disclosure requests), §67.26 (withholding documents), or §67.27 (failure to justify the withholding of public records). A highly embarrassed Sarah Ballard produced testimony that was so incredulous, that even the Ethics Commission's then-president, Benjamin Hur, had trouble believing her. HUR: I have some questions, particularly for Miss Ballard. Miss Ballard, I'm looking at Figure 1, which is the email that you sent to Ross Lawley on April 20. BALLARD: I don't retain sent emails. BALLARD: If I had a copy of a contract that was sent as an attachment, I would assume that would … I would save that either on our server or on my desktop. BALLARD: I don't retain sent documents. BALLARD: I don't believe it is. HUR: At all? BALLARD: Correct. Had this involved a criminal case against Ballard, the City would have searched high and low on the redundant back-up servers to locate the e-mails Ballard claims she doesn't personally retain, and you can bet the City would have located them. But Ballard, sporting a straight face, managed to hoodwink Hur. "She [Ballard] has not been forthcoming to this body or to any of us.


artificialturfexpress.com

Recreation and Park spokeswoman Sarah Ballard says the field at Garfield Square was shedding so much after a year that the department demanded it be replaced.
FieldTurf complied in 2007. FieldTurf not only admitted there was a problem, it started a contentious legal fight with the Dutch manufacturer that made the grasslike fibers. Now FieldTurf says the issue has been solved, and Ballard says there have been no further problems in five FieldTurf sites in San Francisco. Ballard says the Turf Grass Association recommends that natural grass fields be used four to six hours a day with two days of rest per week. Six hours a day, five days a week, works out to 1,560 hours of play per year.


www.hoodline.com

Sarah Ballard of Rec and Parks told us that the new slide, which is identical to the old one, went in a couple of days ago.


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