Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Anderson - The city should not screw up Divisadero.

They are tearing up Divisadero Street and Rob Anderson DOES NOT LIKE IT.

Divisadero does not need Trees! Street Furniture? Ugh!

What Divisadero does need? MORE PARKING!

Glad that your girlfriend can find parking, but the real issue is parking for the businesses, especially the restaurants.

Clearly the restaurants on Divis are suffering. That's why I have to wait 45 minutes to get a table at Little Star, why it's impossible to get a reservation at NoPa, why Fly is crowded, etc...

Not to mention this little joint.,6610,s1-3-12-20548-1,00.html

"REBIRTH: Mojo has helped spark a revival after years of economic decline along Divisadero Street. As dining and nightlife spots have opened around it, Mojo has drawn big crowds of both cyclists and their nonriding cohorts to its happy hours ($2 pints) and nightly live music. When Portland, Oregon-based breakout band Blind Pilot came through San Francisco on a recent bike-powered tour, its Mojo set drew so many people, most were standing on the sidewalk."

Wait a minute - BIKES?

All this stuff will really screw up Divisadero for the hard working truckers who rely on it!

A big rig moving tuck, it seems, got stuck this afternoon at Broadway and Divisadero. SFist reader Dennis sends us word as well as these shots of the stuck United tuck. This happened a little before 1 p.m. this afternoon.

That appears to me to be a "Signifigant unavoidable impact", Rob.

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