Re-Design Barlett Street Workshop

From Uptown Almanac:

As mentioned before, the folks over at the Mission Community Market and Rebar are looking to convert Bartlett from 22nd to 23rd into a nice new outdoor plaza fit for events, chilling, and buying fresh produce.  And should you have any interest in sharing your thoughts on what changes should come to the block, swing by CCSF Mission Campus Wednesday night.

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State Senator Introduces Bill Requiring CAHSR to Come With Caltrain Electrification (CBS, GC, PA) Bike Rider Hit by Muni Driver at 17th and Harrison Streets (Mission Mission) Driver Hospitalizes Bike Rider in Crash at Battery and Sacramento Streets (SF Appeal) Four Bills in CA Legislature Would Affect Bicycling in California (Cyclelicious) North Beach Restaurant Owner […]