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The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission wants to build a recycled-water treatment facility in Golden Gate Park, which obviously concerns park advocates (they are outraged). The SFPUC asked for alternative sites and have narrowed down the selection to six possible sites, all of which would be more costly to construct. But that's not stopping the Sierra Club. "The Sierra Club absolutely does not want it in the park," said state water committee member Dan Sullivan of the Sierra Club. "I personally have confidence in the SFPUC staff to try to find a solution." [SF Examiner]