sfappeal.com – excerpt
A San Francisco supervisor on Tuesday asked for a hearing on a Municipal Transportation Agency proposal to expand parking meters into various neighborhoods in the city.
The SFMTA is currently conducting outreach in the northeastern part of the Mission District, the first neighborhood that could potentially be affected by the expansion.
In the coming months, the outreach will be extended to residents and business owners in the Potrero Hill, Dogpatch and western South of Market neighborhoods, which are also being eyed as locations for more meters, agency officials said.
Supervisor Mark Farrell said he has “serious concerns” about the expansion idea, and said he has heard concerns from residents in his district, which includes the Marina and Pacific Heights, that parking meters may be installed there as well… (more)
Let Supervisory Farrell know how you feel about the parking situation. Write, call, or email:
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 244
San Francisco, Ca 94102-4689
(415) 554-7752 – voice
(415) 554-7843 – fax
Aids: Catherine Stefani, Margaux Kelly, Jess Montejano