The Navy built Hangar One to house the gigantic airship U.S.S. Macon in 1932 on land donated by Bay Area Citizens. It is a monument to innovation and service, an icon of the Peninsula, and one of the world’s largest freestanding structures. Some of the materials used in its construction are now known to be toxic and can be cleaned to restore our Landmark.
In a new environmental report (EE/CA), the Navy has proposed to remove the cladding and coat the steel structure leaving the burden on the community to make it usable again.
Attend the Meeting for Public Comment
The Save the Hangar One Committee urges you to attend the Public Hearing to say
We want our Landmark restored!
You can write a letter or email to Diane Feinstein http://feinstein.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=ContactUS.EmailMe
You Can Make The Difference!
Official Website: http://www.savehangarone.org
Added by lellis_sjca on August 24, 2008