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April 4, 2014 | 0 Comments
LETTER OF INTENT We received the owner's response to our Letter of Intent (LOI) on 3/17. We immediately turned around our response by the end of that week (3/21). As it appears to take them a few weeks to reply, we expect to hear back in the next week or two. Next steps are to have an in person meeting. To characterize the main discussion points: Rent/rent abatement/lease commencement - Our objective is to take possession as soon as we are ready (city approves our...
April 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Founded March 13, 1958, the SFBACC was one of the earliest outposts of curling in the western United States. Its leadership was instrumental in founding other curling clubs throughout California and the West, loaning both expertise and assets – thousands of dollars of rocks and equipment – to help them establish. It was a charter member of what has expanded to become the Mountain Pacific Curling Association (originally the California/Oregon Association). The club was...
April 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
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SFBACC's membership peaked following the 2010 Olympics, reaching over 200 members, making the SFBACC one of the largest arena curling clubs in the nation. In 2013, the membership leveled off at 150, and is anticipated to exceed 200 again following the 2014 Olympics. Our current members come from a broad spectrum of backgrounds, ranging in age from the teens into their 60s, with the bulk of members in their 30s and 40s. SFBACC’s members work and reside throughout the...
April 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
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The SFBACC seeks a dedicated ice facility that can support both its current and future programs. Dedicated ice will enable the SFBACC to expand its junior program, provide the practice ice and programs necessary for the development of competitive curlers, and support additional league times for its club members. The objective of design of the dedicated ice facility is to provide an ADA-compliant curling facility with an excellent playing surface and the basic necessities...