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Mission Public Life Plan Meeting

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From the SF Planning Department: Please join us for the third public meeting for the Mission Public Life Plan. Date: Wednesday, January 21, 2015 Time: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Location: Women’s Building Auditorium, 3543 18th Street #8 The Women’s Building is ADA accessible. For disability accommodations or language assistance, please contact us 48 hours in advance. At this meeting, we will […]

SF Board of Supervisors Meeting

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Agenda and schedule Of note: 3. 101537 [Planning Code – Urban Agriculture] Sponsors: Mayor; Chiu, Cohen, Mirkarimi and Mar Ordinance amending the Planning Code to update controls related to urban agricultural uses by adding Section 102.34 to define urban agriculture, including neighborhood agriculture and large-scale urban agriculture, and amending Sections 204.1, 209.5, 227, 234.1, 234.2, […]

Rincon Hill Streetscape Master Plan: 2011 Plan Update

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From SF Planning: The San Francisco Planning Department invites you to a public meeting to review and prioritize public realm improvements identified in the Rincon Hill Streetscape Master Plan After the Rincon Hill Plan was adopted in 2005, the Planning Department drafted a streetscape plan to implement public improvements in the neighborhood. The MTA Board approved all of […]

Community Meeting on SF General Hospital Parking and Transit

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From SF Health Network: City and County of San Francisco (CCSF) is hosting a community meeting to update you on activities and proposed plans for changes at SFGH and in the surrounding vicinity. This meeting will be next Wednesday, September 30th from 6:00 to 7:30 pm in the 2nd floor cafeteria of the San Francisco General Hospital […]

Gentrification Fears Threaten to Derail Mission Street Improvements

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Mission District residents who equate streetscape improvements with rising rents dominated a community meeting discussion yesterday about public space upgrades along Mission Street. It was the Planning Department’s latest public meeting about its Mission Street Public Life Plan, an effort to envision Mission Street “as a vital transit corridor with art, commerce and new public spaces for people […]