Glen Park Draft EIR at the Historic Preservation Commission

From SF Planning:

Please join us for this public hearing before the Historic Preservation Commission (HPC). The HPC will discuss its comments on the Glen Park Draft EIR.

(* Please note that public comments at the May 18, 2011 HPC hearing will not be considered official comments on the Draft EIR. Persons wishing to make oral comments on the Draft EIR should do so at the June 2, 2011, Planning Commission hearing.)

More Infohttp://www.sf-planning.org/index.aspx?page=1666

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