yes, EBRPD has proposed a course for a former landfill in San Leandro, now known as Oyster Bay Regional Shoreline. these upcoming meetings are, officially, for public comment on the environmental report for the ~200-acre site, not just the small part that is intended for disc golf. however, we want to take every opportunity to remind the district how much we want and need another good course in the area, and what great partners we'll be in its establishment and maintenance.
at this time, the district has not decided exactly what area will be available for a course. prospects range from a windy, very boring course with virtually no obstacles (2 stars would be generous) -- to, best case, 9 or more short but reasonably appealing holes in the only "woodland" area in the park (potentially as high as 4 stars).
for more info on this proposed course, check out Oyster Bay Disc Golf on Facebook. feel free to PM me directly too.
Originally Posted by wwchart
New Course Propose in the Bay Area in the East Bay
Oyster Bay Land Use Plan Amendment
A Draft Land Use Plan and CEQA Environmental Document have been issued for public review and comment, and may be downloaded below. The plan will guide the future development of Oyster Bay, including new automobile access and parking, further development of the trail system and new activity areas, including a Bicycle Skills Park, Disc Golf Course and Off-leash Dog Area, and a revegetation plan for the park. A public meeting to review and discuss the plan will be held on Thursday, November 14, 7-9 p.m. at the Garfield Elementary School, 10350 Aurora Drive, San Leandro. Comments will be accepted until 5 p.m. on November 15, 2013. Please see the Public Notice, below.