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Why? Can it be re-opened?
Malia Cohen- Malia.Cohen@sfgov.org
nicolas colla- firstname.lastname@example.org
who is the city contact person for this issuse?
please post the contact persons info directly here
how has this issue been closed?
Thank you for this information.
Both Nicolas Colla and Malia Cohen were unclear what the policy is for closure or reopening.
What is the policy?
At present this policy is clearly applicable and must be implemented immediately.
Its clear there is at least one code violation here.
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homeless encampment which has been present for over a year
holes in fences
this property is the definition of the blight ordinance.
It dosent matter WHY it was closed .
Now in its present condition it is a blighted property causing property value decrease and a public safety hazzard effecting the surrounding population in a negitive matter.
A clear clear code enforcement violation.
What is the policy to have it reopened and maintained?
Having the bridge closed and unmaintained is a code enforcement matter!
Address when it will be opened and maintained according to the applicable policy.
There is NO public walkway closure policy and there is no public record of why this location was taken away from the community or by whom.
It was closed illegally.
Otherwise there would be records to narrate the policy implemented.
Basically every square foot within 50 yards of each direction of this abandoned property is covered in overgrown trees and litter.
The code enforcement policy is described by here:
25th st footbridge
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abandon footbridge creates blight
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