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At first glance, this appears to be a very exciting project! Improvements to the pedestrian experience in Van Ness are sorely needed. It will be interesting to see how the plaza will be integrated with the park as details are honed.

The post notes that as a by-right project, a public hearing isn't required. Does that mean there won't be a community meeting prior to filing of the development application? I would like to show my support!

-Van Nessy

by Van Nessy on Feb 26, 2013 2:03 pm • linkreport

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