SF Board of Supervisors Meeting

Agenda [pdf]

On the agenda:

  • Affirming or Reversing Certification of FEIR – CPMC’s Long Range Development Plan
  • Planning Code – Transit Impact Development Fee Increase and Updates
  • Public Hearing to Acquire Temporary Construction Licenses for Various Real Properties by Eminent Domain for Central Subway/Third Street Light Rail Extension Project
  • Public Hearing – Appeal of Determination of Exemption from Environmental Review – San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s Fell and Oak Streets Bikeways Project
  • Encroachment, Public Service Easements and Vacations, Infrastructure – 8 Washington Street
  • Agreement – Use of Fast Pass and transfers on BART

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