FHMP and Perkins Eastman held 4 community meetings to provide opportunities for interactive community engagement. The first meeting was held in January 2018. It was clear from the architects' synopsis of the meeting that Save the Plaza and Make it Better is not considered an option by FHMP!
In November, they presented their plans to the SF Arts Commission Civic Design Review Committee and received considerable criticism. As a result of that and a critical article by the SF Chronicle architectural critic, John King, the plans were scrapped. A glass canopy replaced the bleacher structure that covered the Castro entrance. A second hearing will be held December 17.
Make your voices heard!
Details are forthcoming and will be announced when available on the Friends of Harvey Milk Plaza website and will be added here.
HARVEY MILK PLAZA IS A TRANSIT PLAZA DEDICATED TO MILK,
NOT A HARVEY MILK MEMORIAL USED BY TRANSIT PATRONS.
SAVE HARVEY MILK PLAZA
AND MAKE IT BETTER!