Folks for Polk Dine-and-Discuss-on-Polk

From SFBC:

Join Folks for Polk at their first event of their Design Brainstorm weekend, a casual Dine-and-Discuss-on-Polk at The Crepe House. Come hear what special guests and advocates have to say about Polk street and how it can be made safer and more livable. Reduced prices on bottles of wine for those attending.

Confirmed to date: Tom Radulovich (BART Board President), Susan King (Director of Sunday Streets, Livable City), Lou Huang (Code for America)

Ed Reiskin (Director of SFMTA and President of the National Assn of City Transportation Officials) will attend, schedule permitting.


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