Balboa Park Station Community Advisory Committee Meeting

From SFBC:

The Balboa Park Community Advisory Committee (CAC) meets regularly to discuss issues in the neighborhoods and streets surrounding the Balboa Park Station. This month’s agenda includes updates regarding the many projects in the area as well as a community discussion with Supervisor Norman Yee. He will be going over:

a. Vision and programming of the Balboa Park Reservoir site
b. Potential transportation issues related to future development in the area
c. Reservoir CAC legislation and interaction with Balboa Park Station CAC

These meetings are a great way to learn more about what’s going on in your community and ways you can improve the streets at this busy commercial, residential and transit corridor along Ocean Avenue. Learn more at the SF Municipal Transportation Agency’s website here.

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