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(oops we did submit one. I just didn't tell *everyone* about it.)
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Parklets are little parks that take up parking spots. We can apply for a [http://sfpavementtoparks.sfplanning.org/images/Parklet_Call_for_Projects_110711.pdf permit] to build one in front of Noisebridge. If granted, the application process will cost $1,632.50, and we'll need to ensure we're adequately insured (and add the city to our policy). We'll also need approval from our landlords.
 
Parklets are little parks that take up parking spots. We can apply for a [http://sfpavementtoparks.sfplanning.org/images/Parklet_Call_for_Projects_110711.pdf permit] to build one in front of Noisebridge. If granted, the application process will cost $1,632.50, and we'll need to ensure we're adequately insured (and add the city to our policy). We'll also need approval from our landlords.
  
:''Note: we did not submit a parklet application before the December 2011 submission deadline. The city will likely make another call for applications at some point in the future.
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==Pledged donations==
 
==Pledged donations==

Revision as of 22:18, 13 December 2011

Parklets are little parks that take up parking spots. We can apply for a permit to build one in front of Noisebridge. If granted, the application process will cost $1,632.50, and we'll need to ensure we're adequately insured (and add the city to our policy). We'll also need approval from our landlords.


Pledged donations