By Hannah Norman : bizjournals – excerpt
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has delayed its hearings for the $1 billion India Basin project after new environmental recommendations raised health concerns about air quality for potential residents….
However, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District presented mid-meeting new recommendations, including additional measures like the potential use of more environmentally friendly construction engines and hybrid delivery trucks.
“This is a really big problem, because we’re talking about a community that has been raked over the coals for generations. And to be treated like this again … it’s disrespectful,” Cohen said in the meeting, per the Chronicle.
The board’s next meeting is on Oct. 16, when the hearing will resume… (more)
Probably good to do a little more testing and less at this time of massive building on questionable soil. Should we expect the foundations to sink, float, or rise? And what toixns may we expect to find in the soil?