As we reported earlier this week, Supervisors Avalos, Campos, Chiu, Mar, Mirkarimi, and Kim were all sponsors of the proposed Special Use District legislation which would pave the way for the previously approved transformation of the Edward II Inn from hotel to group housing for transitional 18 to 24 year olds while Cow Hollow Supervisor Farrell was not.
And as a plugged-in reader reports today, the Board of Supervisors unanimously rejected the Cow Hollow Association’s appeal of Planning’s approval for the project and only one Supervisor, Farrell, voted against the creation of the Special Use District in Cow Hollow.
Whether or not the project makes financial sense is a valid debate, but it wasn’t the basis of the Association’s appeal or stated in the opposition to the spot zoning for the corner of Lombard and Scott.
∙ NIMBY Opposition To Transitional Cow Hollow Housing Continues [SocketSite]
∙ Support For Supportive Housing…Just Not Here [SocketSite]
∙ Appealing The “Unappealing” Neighbors To Be At Scott And Lombard [SocketSite]
∙ The Cow Hollow Association Might Say Both Are For The Birds… [SocketSite]