SF’s Cliff House Iconic Sign Taken Down Today at Noon
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Submitted by the Event Organizer
Thanks to the SF Bay Times for letting us know that the iconic “Cliff House” sign is scheduled to be removed today at Noon.
Read more at cliffhouse.com
After days of negotiations which appeared to lead to a workable solution for all parties involved, the Cliff House will close permanently tomorrow. Thursday, December 31, 2020. At 11:00am this morning, December 30, 2020, we were informed by the NPS, in a last-minute change of mind, that they were going back to their original offer, which is financially unfeasible to both Peanut Wagon, Inc. and our potential partner.
An anonymous source has told us that the NPS is considering turning The Cliff House into a Federal office building! We protest this awful turn of events and remind once again that this is in violation of their mission statement:
The mission of the National Park Service is to preserve unimpaired the national and cultural resources and values of the national part system for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations. (nps.gov)
The Cliff House sign will be taken down at noon on December 31, 2020. The Cliff House will no longer be a restaurant and no longer availalbe for the public to enjoy as it has for the past 157 years.
We invite all interested parties to join us tomorrow to witness the heartbreaking end of the iconic Cliff House, which began in 1863.
Dan and Mary Hountalas
Proprietors since 1973
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