“It has been difficult for neighbors … but it’s been difficult for everyone involved, AT&T included,” Krehbiel said. “A clear process, clear timelines, clear deliverables and expectations will really let everyone move forward – I think this package will really clarify the process and streamline things for everyone.”
It’s been a long haul, with thousands of protests and hundreds of hearings on the future of neighborhood sidewalks. There are about 500 of these giant boxes left in AT&T’s planned roll-out on SF sidewalks this package is a great step in the right direction.
Save the date – on April 29th for a special event with Supervisor Scott Wiener to discuss a new plan for permitting.
View the DRAFT Surface-Mounted Facility Site Permits (PDF).
Supervisor’s plan would make AT&T utility boxes look better, San Francisco Chronicle, 4/1/2014