Charting future use of Muni substation

The future of the Muni substation in the Fillmore could soon — and finally — become clear.

Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi is hosting an Oct. 15 community meeting to find out what residents want to see there and what process The City should use to approve a final plan.

The meeting is from 6 to 8 p.m., at the West Bay Conference Center, located at 1290 Fillmore, between Eddy and Turk streets.

Mirkarimi is working with the Office of Economic and Workforce Development on a final plan for the substation’s future.

 

 

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