Last night “Citizen NoPa” papered parked cars on the streets of NoPa in an attempt to rally new opposition to the proposed redesign of Masonic Avenue and loss of 167 on-street parking spaces, a redesign which was approved by the SFMTA last year and shouldn’t be catching any plugged-in people by surprise.
The flyer leads a NoPa resident who’s now starting to feel that her neighborhood is unfairly being targeted to wonder, “Is it right to reduce traffic lanes and parking and then also approve a new Target store in the same area?”
The construction work on said City Center CityTarget at the corner of Masonic and Geary has commenced and is currently slated for an October 2013 opening.
∙ New Design For Masonic Avenue To Be Approved This Afternoon [SocketSite]
∙ City Center CityTarget Officially Slated For October 2013 Opening [SocketSite]