In April state Senator Leland Yee gave up on trying to sell the state-owned Cow Palace for development and instead settled for “a compromise plan” that would have allowed an adjoining overflow parking lot (above) to be sold to Daly City and developed.
On Tuesday the governor vetoed the bill that would have allowed the sale. The palace’s Board of Directors now plan to lease the state’s land to a developer instead.
∙ Much Ado Over Nothing (Except An Overflow Cow Palace Parking Lot) [SocketSite]
∙ Bill allowing Cow Palace parking lot sale vetoed [San Francisco Examiner]