Uh oh, for the first time at one of these Masonic Avenue meetings in the Western Addition, I met people who are pissed at the whole process. And these are people who are nearby residents.
(Whenever the City gets around to doing outreach with the stakeholders who currently use Masonic, well, there could be some more opposition still.)
Get some of the deets of last night’s meeting over at The Square website (but keep in mind the dollar amounts mentioned there are off by three orders of magnitude).
A good 140 people or so at a local prep school (it’s like Hogwarts but more expensive and less magical) last night:
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Boulevard or Gateway or Something Else?
Medians no matter what:
Boulevard up top and Gateway below:
Gateway starting at Fell:
Plaza and Public Arts Space. You’re supposed to play bocce or volleyball on the lane that currently takes traffic from eastbound Geary to southbound Masonic.
But “improvements” are coming irregardless
Here are the next steps. On It Goes:
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