The San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed a the parking ordinance bill yesterday in a 7-2 vote. The ordinance will limit downtown street parking where new residential development takes place, and force developers to reduce the number parking spaces at newly constructed residential buildings to 3 spots for every four units. It is unclear at this time whether the mayor will veto the ordinance.
See the San Francisco Chronicle article here.
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