With over 100 proposed amendments having been made to the City’s ambitious Central SoMa Plan, including an allocation of up to $160 million to enhance and expand local transit, San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors could vote to formally adopt said plan by the end of this month with a first vote now tentatively scheduled for next week.
If adopted by the Board, the Central SoMa Plan, which has been in the works since 2010 and could clear the way for the development of nearly 9,000 more homes and office space for over 30,000 employees, would then head to the Mayor for her signature. And if signed by the Mayor, the City’s Central SoMa Plan would go into effect 30 days later.
That being said, San Francisco’s Land Use and Transportation Committee has recently met behind closed doors with the City Attorney “regarding anticipated litigation in which the City would be a defendant,” litigation which is specifically related to the adoption of the Central SoMa Plan, as we first reported last week.
We’ll keep you posted and plugged-in.