Even the hard working members of the League can’t keep up with all the problems facing the city. San Francisco Chronicle’s columnists Matier and Ross on March 12 alerted us to the danger of killer frogs in Golden Gate Park. In case you missed that article, it seems the frogs have taken over a pond near the Academy of Science and are eating their way through all the turtles and fish that used to live peacefully in the murky water. Despite the best efforts of park workers to trap the frogs, remove them and euthanize them, the stubborn frogs keep returning. The next step would be an expensive draining of the pond to make it permanently off limits for frogs. Would that really work? Does anyone think we should set up a committee to monitor transparency in city frog-limitation efforts?

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