Supervisors Hearing: CEQA Appeal Against Sunday Parking Meter Repeal

See this article for background.

Agenda [PDF]

SPECIAL ORDER 3:00 P.M.

29. 140522 [Public Hearing – Appeal of Statutory Exemption Determination – San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s FY2015-2016 Two-Year Capital Budget]
Hearing of persons interested in or objecting to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s (SFMTA) determination that the SFMTA’s FY2015-2016 Two-Year Operating and Capital Budget is statutorily exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (Appellant: James Birkelund, on behalf of Livable City, the San Francisco Transit Riders Union, and Mario Tanev) (Filed May 15, 2014). (Clerk of the Board)

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