San Francisco Bay View

Renewed call for shipyard excavation moratorium – the legal legacy of harm to the Hunters Point community

by San Francisco Bay View | January 1, 2021
““On behalf of named plaintiffs and thousands of other victims to be named, including residents, deceased family members and unborn children,” renowned civil rights attorneys Bonner & Bonner filed a $27 billion lawsuit on May 1, 2018, for damages arising from “generational ...

2020 hindsight on dirty deeds done dirt cheap at Hunters Point

by San Francisco Bay View | October 20, 2020
“The former Hunters Point Naval Shipyard on the edge of the San Francisco Bay has been a source of contentious controversy over the past decade. The EPA Superfund site became highly contaminated during the decades in which the shipyard cleaned and refurbished naval vessels that had ...

Treasure Island Superfund Denial Based on Misinformation

by San Francisco Bay View | November 8, 2019
San Francisco’s Treasure Island was not designated a Superfund site, despite earning a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency hazard ranking nearly double the Superfund threshold, according to documents posted today by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER). EPA has ...