SF Board of Supervisors Meeting

Agenda [pdf]

Of note:

1. Accept and Expend Grant – 17th and Folsom Street Park Project – $2,700,000

2. Planning Code – Zoning – Parking in South of Market and Mission Bay District

3. Changing the Official Sidewalk Width – Harrison Street

4, 39 – 46. Public Hearing – Certification of a Final Environmental Impact Report Appeal – Booker T. Washington Community Center – 800 Presidio Avenue Mixed-Use Project

50. Committee of the Whole – Hearing on the Report of Assessment Costs for Sidewalk and Curb Repairs

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