San Francisco’s Response to the SCS

From SF Planning:

The September meeting is an opportunity to share San Francisco thoughts and priorities about the Alternative Scenarios and OneBayArea Block Grant proposal so San Francisco residents, community organizations, businesses, and government officials can advocate cooperatively with a shared message to MTC and ABAG. See attached agenda.

The meeting will include the participation of:

David Campos , San Francisco Board of Supervisors and MTC representative
Scott Wiener , San Francisco Board of Supervisors and MTC representative
José Luis Moscovich , Executive Director, San Francisco County Transportation Authority
John Rahaim , Director, San Francisco Planning Department
Olson Lee , Director, Mayor’s Office of Housing (tentative)
Ed Reiskin , Director, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency

Also in attendance will be staff from the Mayor’s Office.

Contact: Kate McGee
Emailkate.mcgee@sfgov.org
Phone: 415.558.6367

More Infohttp://www.sf-planning.org/index.aspx?page=2655


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