There are new dates for the Draft Environmental Impact Report on the San Francisco Overlook Project (formerly the Crestmont Project).
If a project needs an Environmental Impact Review — as this one does — they have to publish a Draft Report and then open it for public comments. That’s what is about to happen for the “SF Overlook” project to insert multiple housing units at the end of the longest cul-de-sac in the city, and on a slope so steep that the houses above are on stilts.
[GO HERE for the background on this project – and the continuing objections.]
This is from Dr Sobol:
NEW TENTATIVE DATES FOR SF OVERLOOK DRAFT EIR
Update, 4-13-12 We have been notified by the Planning Department that the Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) for the proposed SF Overlook development is now expected to be published either on Wednesday, April 25, or Wednesday, May 2.
The public comment period begins at that time and the public hearing before the Planning commission will be scheduled either on Thursday, June 7, or Thursday, June 14, depending on the actual date of the DEIR publication.
Please pencil in these dates in your calendar! We will alert you to the final publication and hearing dates as soon as they are confirmed. Once published, we plan to mobilize all our resources to make our neighborhood’s voice heard.
STOP SF OVERLOOK t-shirts can be ordered here: http://www.zazzle.com/preservecrestmont
We have also posted a link on http://crestmontpreservation.org.
Please display the poster in your window and urge your neighbors to also display the poster! If you need a poster, please call 415-640-3869 or email email@example.com.