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Petitioning Liberty Hill Business Owners

Stop the proposed development at 1050 Valencia Street (the Spork building)

To: The San Francisco Planning Commission and the San Francisco Board of Supervisors:

As an owner/manager of a business on Valencia Street I oppose the proposed construction of a five story, fifty-five foot tall, twelve unit apartment building on the corner of Valencia and Hill Streets (1050 Valencia Street). This blandly-designed project is out of character with the charming stretch of mostly one, two and three story buildings and stores along this stretch of Valencia Street and surrounding blocks. It threatens the unique neighborhood feel that attracted us to locate our business here and which draws the clientele that we depend upon for our survival.
We respectfully request that you reject the plans submitted for 1050 Valencia and ask the developer submit plans that are compatible with our neighborhood.

Letter to
Liberty Hill Business Owners
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Liberty Hill Business Owners.

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Stop the proposed development at 1050 Valencia Street (the Spork building)

To: The San Francisco Planning Commission and the San Francisco Board of Supervisors:

As an owner/manager of a business on Valencia Street I oppose the proposed construction of a five story, fifty-five foot tall, twelve unit apartment building on the corner of Valencia and Hill Streets (1050 Valencia Street). This blandly-designed project is out of character with the charming stretch of mostly one, two and three story buildings and stores along this stretch of Valencia Street and surrounding blocks. It threatens the unique neighborhood feel that attracted us to locate our business here and which draws the clientele that we depend upon for our survival.
We respectfully request that you reject the plans submitted for 1050 Valencia and ask the developer submit plans that are compatible with our neighborhood.
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The planning commission will take up this matter at a meeting at noon on Thursday, September 6th. This meeting will take place in Room 400 of City Hall. Your attendance at this meeting would be a big help in communicating our opposition to the current plans.

Sincerely,