Wow, the Push to “STOP THE MASONIC PLAN” Seems to be Growing – But It’s Too Late, Right?

I’ll tell you, do you know how many residents put up signs to support using taxpayer money to decrease capacity on Masonic Avenue?

None, zero, nada.

But people on Masonic seem to love putting up signs going against the plan to take out 100-something parking spaces.

I don’t know why the electeds who voted for this project would change their minds now – it seems only a lawsuit* could  have any effect at this point.

The windmill tilting continues – this sign looks homemade:

You can’t fight City Hall, right?

*And even then, I don’t see how you’d win.

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One Response to “Wow, the Push to “STOP THE MASONIC PLAN” Seems to be Growing – But It’s Too Late, Right?”

  1. Rob Anderson says:

    People who actually live on Masonic were late waking up to this dumb, anti-car, pro-bike project. It may be too late now. But just for the record, the petition against the project has 1100 signatures; the petition supporting the project claims 500 signatures, but no one has produced a copy of that petition, and the SFCTA, which based its decision on Masonic in large part on the petition, says it doesn’t have a copy of it.

    The city could hold a special mini-election and let the neighborhood vote on the plan, but Ed Reiskin says that would only confuse people. Ha! The real reason that won’t happen: when the city allowed the folks on Page Street to vote on the city’s traffic circles in 2004, they voted against them.

    The city won’t make that mistake again!

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