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China Basin Lot (Seawall 337 or Parking Lot "A" by AT&T Park) Development Discussion

There was a good article in today’s Chronicle about the future of the China Basin Lot owned by the Port.

If you would like to get involved and voice your opinions of what residents would like to see developed in place of a parking lot in the future, please note the following meeting information for July 30th:

PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO
SEAWALL LOT 337 VISION WORKSHOP

MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA
Monday, July 30, 2007
5:00 – 7:00 pm
Port’s Offices at Pier 1, Bayside Conference Room

The San Francisco Port Commission has established a Committee of Commissioners Lazarus and Brandon to convene a series of public meetings to address the planning and development of Seawall Lot 337 (SWL 337), located south of China Basin Channel, bounded by Third Street on the west, Terry Francois Blvd on the east and Mission Rock Street to the south. The
Committee has held five public meetings to review and solicit comments on planning, land use and development options and issues pertaining to SWL 337. The July 30th public workshop will focus on the Vision Statement and Objectives that are based on public comments received at earlier workshops.

A copy of the draft Vision Statement and Objectives can be found at the following web page: http://www.sfport.com/site/port_page.asp?id=62789

To provide comments on the draft vision statement and other materials presented in previous workshops, please go to:
http://www.sfport.com/site/port_form.asp?id=57398

For more information on Seawall Lot 337 and land use history and development trends in the area, see the Seawall Lot 337 Staff Report posted on the Port’s website: http://www.sfport.com/site/port_page.asp?id=56102

AGENDA

1. Introduction and Review of Planning Project Goals

2. Workshop Review of Vision Statement and Objectives

3. Workshop Review of Future Meetings and Workshop Products

4. Adjourn Meeting

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