SF Board of Supervisors Meeting

Agenda and schedule

Of note:

  • 26-36. Treasure Island Redevelopment
  • 39. Comfirming Joél Ramos to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors
  • 41-43. Public Hearing – Purchase/Sale Agreement and Ground Lease – East Side of Arelious Walker Drive, at Gilman, and 5800 Third Street
  • 48. Apply for Grant – Installation of Rubber Sidewals

Proposed Ordinances:

  • Changing the Official Sidewalk Width – Harrison Street

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