SF Planning Commission Zoning Variance Hearing

Agenda

Once a month the Zoning Administrator holds a public hearing (also known as a “Meeting”) to provide a public venue for the review of variance applications in accordance with the requirements of the Planning Code.

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SF Planning Commission Meeting

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Agenda On the agenda: Draft EIR Public Hearing on 706 Mission St, Mexican Museum and Residential Tower Project Downtown Plan Annual Monitoring Report Request for variances on 100 Van Ness Ave project, converting offices to 399 residential units with 188 off-street parking spaces

Personal Garages Become Cafes in the Castro, Thanks to Smarter Zoning

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