• Eastshore State Park Proposal: Evaluation

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    5 pages in length. After reading Opportunities on the Berkeley Waterfront by Paul Kamen, Vice-Chair of the Berkeley Waterfront Commission, the student will want to state that the crux of contention concerning this particular project points to the ongoing battle between environmentalists and land developers. The proposed site for Eastshore State Park, which is along the east side of the Bay from near the east side of the Bay Bridge to Richmond, has two groups torn as to which direction this area should take with regard to development: one that wants to preserve as much as possible of the existing shoreline and the other that believes people should be able to utilize this land for recreational purposes. No bibliography.

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    Eastshore State Park Proposal: Evaluation : 5 pages in length. After reading Opportunities on the Berkeley Waterfront by Paul Kamen, Vice-Chair of the Berkeley Waterfront Commission, the student will  want to state that the crux of contention concerning this particular project points to the ongoing battle between environmentalists and land developers. The proposed site for Eastshore State Park,  which is along the east side of the Bay from near the east side of the Bay Bridge to Richmond, has two groups torn as to which direction this area  should take with regard to development: one that wants to preserve as much as possible of the existing shoreline and the other that believes people should be able to utilize  this land for recreational purposes. No bibliography. TLCEsShr.rtf EASTSHORE STATE PARK PROPOSAL: EVALUATION by (c) November 2001 -- for  more information on using this paper properly! After reading Opportunities on the Berkeley Waterfront by Paul Kamen, Vice-Chair of the Berkeley Waterfront Commission, the student will want to state  that the crux of contention concerning this particular project points to the ongoing battle between environmentalists and land developers. The proposed site for Eastshore State Park, which is along  the east side of the Bay from near the east side of the Bay Bridge to Richmond, has two groups torn as to which direction this area should take with  regard to development: one that wants to preserve as much as possible of the existing shoreline and the other that believes people should be able to utilize this land for  recreational purposes. For as long as there has been land to exploit, there has also been a war raging between the developers and the environmentalists. Indeed, the battle that 

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