May 21, 2009
WESTERN SoMa CITIZENS PLANNING TASK FORCE
Business and Land Use Committee
Notice of Meeting
City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
Thursday, May 21, 2009
Enabled by San Francisco Board of Supervisors Resolution 731-04
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1. Call to Order
3. Discussion of and agreement on preliminary list of potential street network issues/improvements in the Western SoMa SUD and evaluation matrix for the Transportation Authority to conduct evaluation and conceptual design work. - ACTION
4. Discussion and recommendations for small (e.g., 1, 2 and 3 units) infill residential project parking requirements. With special attention to projects located in the proposed RED and RED-Mixed areas where maintaining minimum curb cuts and a pedestrian friendly environment are overriding considerations for these neighborhoods that were largely built out without the provision of off street parking. – ACTION
5. 870 Harrison Street proposed mixed use building. - DISCUSSION
6. New Business
7. Public Comment