About this event: An open discussion with State Senator Scott Wiener. Senator Wiener will give updates on his work during this legislative session and give constituents an opportunity to ask questions in an open forum.
Neighbors, Planning Commission to weigh in on facility for homeless living in vehicles
Aug. 27, 2019 10:00 p.m.
The San Francisco Planning Commission on Thursday will weigh a proposal to temporarily use a parking lot near the Balboa Park Bart Station as an overnight rest stop for RV and car dwellers, complete with services.
Pending the commission’s approval, the city planning code would be amended to allow long-term parking and overnight camping in vehicles, as well as the addition of restrooms and showering facilities at a current parking lot near the Balboa Park Bart Station that is slated slated for the construction of 100 percent affordable housing next year. Continue reading “SF Examiner: Safe parking site up for approval”→
You are invited: the quarterly meeting of the Sunnyside Neighborhood Association is Monday August 5th, 7-8:30 pm. Open to all residents. Agenda below. at St Finn Barr Hall, 415 Edna Street at Hearst Ave.
The speakers and subjects will include:
President’s Welcome and Treasurer’s report;
Detroit Steps update, with Rosaura Valle;
Stop Crime SF, with guest Joel Engardio;
Balboa Reservoir project update and community discussion, with BRCAC representative Amy O’Hair and and SNA BR Committee Chair Jennifer Heggie, including information on City College’s new campus plan;
Also including a Q&A with an SFMTA representative about the prospect of parking permits re BR impacts;
Undergrounding utility wires, with guest Kate Beckwith;
The usual raffle, including fresh eggs from President Steve Martinpinto’s chickens for some lucky winner.
Time to join or renew your membership? You can pay dues at the meeting, or click ‘Donate’ button below.
The next meeting of the Balboa Reservoir Community Advisory Committee (BRCAC) is Monday June 10, 6-8pm, Room 140, Multi-Use Building, City College of San Francisco, 50 Frida Kahlo Way. The agenda will include discussion of the draft Environmental Impact Review for the project, and an update from City College about plans for adjacent development. Everyone is welcome and there is always a public comment period.
View full agenda here. More about the housing project and the BRCAC hereor click tab at top of this page.