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Passing of 200 foot Yellow Zone along Treat Avenue

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UPDATE 3/10/1

We won another Public Hearing. SFMTA has placed the approval of the Yellow Zone on hold until we have a chance to make statements at the Public Hearing.

Date/ Time: Friday March 24th, 2017 10:00am

Location: Room 416, Hearing Room 4

San Francisco City Hall (On Van Ness Avenue between McCallister & Grove Streets)

A copy of this hearing notice can be obtained at www.sfmta.com/cms/ccurb/curbindx.htm
Opinions on these proposed changes may be filed in writing prior to the hearing with the City Traffic Engineer at the Traffic Engineering Division, 1 South Van Ness Avenue, 7th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94103, via fax at 701-4737 or email at ccp@sfmta.com. Submitted opinions will become part of the official public record and will be brought to the attention of the person(s) conducting the hearing. Information on the proposed changes may be obtained from the Traffic Engineering Division at the above-referenced address or by telephone at 701-4639

The business, Rinse, at 425/428 Treat Avenue, applied for a 200 foot Yellow Zone (100 feet to the left of their building, 100 feet to the right of their building) along the EAST side of Treat Avenue every day of the week from 6-8pm. (That is a removal of 10 parking spaces)

Notifications were posted by SFMTA just before the Public Hearing that took place on Friday January 27, 2017 10am. However, the notifications were barely able to be seen and went unnoticed by innumerable business owners in ActivSpace, the onsite Building Manager and VP of ActivSpace. The notifications posted are truly not in the spirit of the laws, bordering on unethical. The intention is to make sure the public can see the signs, therefore can read and respond with either showing up to the Public Hearing or writing viewing their voices. The Petitions face the sidewalk which are inhabited by a homeless encampment and makes it difficult to walk down the street to see the posted signs.

At the Public Hearing held on Friday January 27, 2017THE PETITION PASSED due to it being NON OPPOSED by the public.

Please take the time to sign this petition if you oppose the Yellow Zone and appeal the approval of the Yellow Zone. There is a space to write a note why you oppose the passing of the Yellow Zone.

Thank you very much!





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