Ain’t no party like a preservation party

Want to play merrymaker with the people who help decide what parts of The City should never change … or at least bare a striking resemblance to its past?

The Historic Preservation Commission posted that it intends to have a holiday party after its meeting Wednesday at Soluna Café and Lounge just across from City Hall.

In other words, don’t try to pin them with a Brown Act violation because they posted appropriately online.

In fact, they even had a chuckle during a candid discussion at their last regular meeting about how they had to decide then in order to comply with the rules.

So if it’s your cup of tea, the no-host bar gathering is supposed to start around 5 p.m.

kkelkar@sfexaminer.com

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