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  1. June 20th is a Thursday error in events calendar. Can you post this event please from Save Potrero Avenue neighborhood group:

    Thursday, June 20, 2013, 12:00 PM
    Public hearing for proposed new Six-Story building at 480 Potrero Ave. in midst of Two &Three-Story neighborhood.
    City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Pl, Room 400
    Design and Review for Large Project Authorization which allows exceptions of planning codes for rear yard, open space and street frontage (77 units and 46 parking spaces) Case No. 2011.0430XE

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  2. Thank you for posting the announcement. The meeting was moved to new date of July 18 since Public Hearing poster was not properly displayed 20 days before June 20. Could you add this announcement, please? I did find out that you do respond quickly. Very Impressed.

    Thursday, July 18, 2013, 12:00 PM rescheduled
    Public hearing for proposed new Six-Story building at 480 Potrero Ave. in midst of Two &Three-Story neighborhood. (date changed because poster not displayed 20 days before June 20)
    City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Pl, Room 400
    Design and Review for Large Project Authorization which allows exceptions of planning codes for rear yard, open space and street frontage (77 units and 46 parking spaces) Case No. 2011.0430XE

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  3. anyway to get help on protesting a parking citation? I don’t have and refuse to get an iPhone for the “GetFixed” application to fight parking tickets. I only have, but can’t afford to pay it, it’s for overtime parking $76 and to work it off would cost $46 to enroll in the programs and then another 11 hours @$7/hr to pay the ticket itself. This is outrageous. Not everyone who lives in SF makes 6 figures. I’ve emailed Reiskin and will fill out a feedback form but does anyone realize how incredibly expensive the parking tickets are and how what a financial imposition they are for the unemployed and low income?

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