Reports on Attempt to Take Youth Soccer Park
April 15, 2015: In a letter dated Jan. 10, 2012, 49ers CEO Jed York agreed the soccer park should remain in its current location but acknowledged the difficulty of operating on football game days. “To demonstrate our commitment to our community’s young soccer players and their families,” York wrote, “we are proposing that the 49ers underwrite several regulation-sized additional soccer fields in Santa Clara. These additional fields would be dedicated and maintained for the use of the Santa Clara Youth Soccer League during NFL game days.”

But York reneged on that commitment. In fact, team officials said last month they plan to park not just in our lot but on our fields. Of course, they won’t park cars on their own practice fields just one block away.

APRIL 20, 2015: The San Francisco 49ers are offering more than $15 million to park cars on a youth soccer park next to Levi’s Stadium, but quite a few people in this Silicon Valley town are ready to flag the team for encroachment.

Opponents say losing the fields could cripple the popular Santa Clara Youth Soccer League, and that the payment isn’t enough to buy land and construct new fields.

“How many more concessions does the city have to make to the 49ers?” asked Tino Silva, the new president of the youth league. “This is the 49ers — who are supposed to be good neighbors, keep their word and do what’s right. This is everything but that.”
APRIL 25, 2015 The San Francisco 49ers got a big slap-down at the hands of the pint-sized players of the Santa Clara Youth Soccer League the other night, but it’s the team’s friends at City Hall who could be facing the political penalties for the botched play.
“It was not the Santa Clara way,” said Levi’s Stadium supporter and former Mayor Patricia Mahan, referring to the effort by the Niners and Mayor Jamie Matthews to turn the town’s youth soccer fields into VIP parking for the high rollers at the team’s new, $1 billion-plus playground.
“It was not the Santa Clara way,” said Levi’s Stadium supporter and former Mayor Patricia Mahan, referring to the effort by the Niners and Mayor Jamie Matthews to turn the town’s youth soccer fields into VIP parking for the high rollers at the team’s new, $1 billion-plus playground.
“How many more concessions does the city have to make to the 49ers?” asked Tino Silva, the new president of the youth league. “This is the 49ers — who are supposed to be good neighbors, keep their word and do what’s right. This is everything but that.”
maintained for the use of the Santa Clara Youth Soccer League during NFL game days.”

But York reneged on that commitment. In fact, team officials said last month they plan to park not just in our lot but on our fields. Of course, they won’t park cars on their own practice fields just one block away.

By TINO SILVA, STEVE ROBERTSON and VICKI FIELD
By JOE RODRIGUEZ
BY MATIER AND ROSS
49ers new soccer plan … short-changes kids
Critics pan 49ers' $15 million offer
to take over youth soccer fields
49ers no match for Santa
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Reports on Attempt to
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List of Lawsuits Filed
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Reports on Attempt to Take Youth Soccer Park
April 15, 2015: In a letter dated Jan. 10, 2012, 49ers CEO Jed York agreed the soccer park should remain in its current location but acknowledged the difficulty of operating on football game days. “To demonstrate our commitment to our community’s young soccer players and their families,” York wrote, “we are proposing that the 49ers underwrite several regulation-sized additional soccer fields in Santa Clara. These additional fields would be dedicated and maintained for the use of the Santa Clara Youth Soccer League during NFL game days.”

But York reneged on that commitment. In fact, team officials said last month they plan to park not just in our lot but on our fields. Of course, they won’t park cars on their own practice fields just one block away.

APRIL 20, 2015: The San Francisco 49ers are offering more than $15 million to park cars on a youth soccer park next to Levi’s Stadium, but quite a few people in this Silicon Valley town are ready to flag the team for encroachment.

Opponents say losing the fields could cripple the popular Santa Clara Youth Soccer League, and that the payment isn’t enough to buy land and construct new fields.

“How many more concessions does the city have to make to the 49ers?” asked Tino Silva, the new president of the youth league. “This is the 49ers — who are supposed to be good neighbors, keep their word and do what’s right. This is everything but that.”
By TINO SILVA, STEVE ROBERTSON and VICKI FIELD
By JOE RODRIGUEZ
49ers new soccer plan … short-changes kids
Critics pan 49ers' $15 million offer
to take over youth soccer fields
49ers no match for Santa
Clara Youth Soccer League
APRIL 25, 2015 The San Francisco 49ers got a big slap-down at the hands of the pint-sized players of the Santa Clara Youth Soccer League the other night, but it’s the team’s friends at City Hall who could be facing the political penalties for the botched play.

“It was not the Santa Clara way,” said Levi’s Stadium supporter and former Mayor Patricia Mahan, referring to the effort by the Niners and Mayor Jamie Matthews to turn the town’s youth soccer fields into VIP parking for the high rollers at the team’s new, $1 billion-plus playground.
BY MATIER AND ROSS
Read more
Read more
Read more
supporting documents
jedyorkfacts.com
Jed's Million Dollar
Contribution Report
Jed's Contribution
to Jamie Mathews
and Dominic Caserta
Reports on Attempt to
Take Youth Soccer Park
Reports on Attempt to
Eliminate Late Night
Concert Curfew
City Lawsuits Filed
Against 49ers - None
( Empty )
Reports on Attempt to
Lower His Own Stadium
Rent
List of Personal Negative
Comments About Female
Leaders in Santa Clara
List of Lawsuits Filed
Against City by Jed's
Organizations
This advertisement is not authorized by a candidate or candidate-controlled committee
Ad paid for by Santa Clara Police Association Political Action Committee.
Committee major funding from:
Reports on Attempt to Take Youth Soccer Park
April 15, 2015: In a letter dated Jan. 10, 2012, 49ers CEO Jed York agreed the soccer park should remain in its current location but acknowledged the difficulty of operating on football game days. “To demonstrate our commitment to our community’s young soccer players and their families,” York wrote, “we are proposing that the 49ers underwrite several regulation-sized additional soccer fields in Santa Clara. These additional fields would be dedicated and maintained for the use of the Santa Clara Youth Soccer League during NFL game days.”

But York reneged on that commitment. In fact, team officials said last month they plan to park not just in our lot but on our fields. Of course, they won’t park cars on their own practice fields just one block away.

maintained for the use of the Santa Clara Youth Soccer League during NFL game days.”

But York reneged on that commitment. In fact, team officials said last month they plan to park not just in our lot but on our fields. Of course, they won’t park cars on their own practice fields just one block away.

APRIL 20, 2015: The San Francisco 49ers are offering more than $15 million to park cars on a youth soccer park next to Levi’s Stadium, but quite a few people in this Silicon Valley town are ready to flag the team for encroachment.

Opponents say losing the fields could cripple the popular Santa Clara Youth Soccer League, and that the payment isn’t enough to buy land and construct new fields.

“How many more concessions does the city have to make to the 49ers?” asked Tino Silva, the new president of the youth league. “This is the 49ers — who are supposed to be good neighbors, keep their word and do what’s right. This is everything but that.”
enough to buy land and construct new fields.

“How many more concessions does the city have to make to the 49ers?” asked Tino Silva, the new president of the youth league. “This is the 49ers — who are supposed to be good neighbors, keep their word and do what’s right. This is everything but that.”
By TINO SILVA, STEVE ROBERTSON and VICKI FIELD
By JOE RODRIGUEZ
49ers new soccer plan … short-changes kids
Critics pan 49ers' $15 million offer
to take over youth soccer fields
49ers no match for Santa
Clara Youth Soccer League
Read more
Read more
APRIL 25, 2015 The San Francisco 49ers got a big slap-down at the hands of the pint-sized players of the Santa Clara Youth Soccer League the other night, but it’s the team’s friends at City Hall who could be facing the political penalties for the botched play.
“It was not the Santa Clara way,” said Levi’s Stadium supporter and former Mayor Patricia Mahan, referring to the effort by the Niners and Mayor Jamie Matthews to turn the town’s youth soccer fields into VIP parking for the high rollers at the team’s new, $1 billion-plus playground.
“It was not the Santa Clara way,” said Levi’s Stadium supporter and former Mayor Patricia Mahan, referring to the effort by the Niners and Mayor Jamie Matthews to turn the town’s youth soccer fields into VIP parking for the high rollers at the team’s new, $1 billion-plus playground.
BY MATIER AND ROSS
Read more
supporting documents
jedyorkfacts.com
Jed's Million Dollar
Contribution Report
Jed's Contribution
to Jamie Mathews
and Dominic Caserta
Reports on Attempt to
Take Youth Soccer Park
Reports on Attempt to
Eliminate Late Night
Concert Curfew
City Lawsuits Filed
Against 49ers - None
( Empty )
Reports on Attempt to
Lower His Own Stadium
Rent
List of Personal Negative
Comments About Female
Leaders in Santa Clara
List of Lawsuits Filed
Against City by Jed's
Organizations
Ad paid for by Santa Clara Police Association Political Action Committee. Committee major funding from:
This advertisement is not authorized by a candidate or candidate-controlled committee