SF Board of Supervisors Meeting

From SF Board of Supervisors:

Agenda Highlights:

SF BOS examines Sup Wiener’s ordinance to authorize developers to provide additional parking for car-share use which will not count against any parking maximums. Board asks “shall this ordinance be FINALLY PASSED?”

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