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Save the Date: September 20, 2015
Place: Calhoun Terrace
Wireless carriers are gearing up to add hundreds of new cellular equipment sites on wooden utility and street light poles in the Northeast neighborhoods, including North Beach, Telegraph Hill and the Waterfront. Public notices will be going out to thousands of residents near the sites in the coming weeks and months. For more information and answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) see this document. FAQ_Wireless_Facilities_on_Poles
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The Department of Public Works intends to remove 28 large ficus trees lining Lombard Street (300-600 blocks) on the way to Coit Tower. There will be a hearing to take public comments pro and con on Wednesday June 3rd at 5:30 PM in Room 416 at City Hall. Some Lombard property owners are concerned about liability for limb failure, while others want to preserve the famous “broccoli block,” a long-time San Francisco tourist attraction, by pruning the mature trees.
Please attend the hearing and make your voice heard if you feel strongly about this issue. Or send written comments regarding DPW Order No. 183662 ASAP to