SF Board of Supervisors Meeting

Agenda [pdf]

On the agenda:

  • Increasing application fee for commercial parking permits; update permit/license fees to reflect cost of living adjustments; increase license fees to include cost recovery for the Tax Collector’s Office
  • Zoning and planning code amendments for the Transit Center District Plan
  • Affirming commitment to ensuring the long term viability and operation of St. Luke’s Hospital

 

 

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