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After a string of environmental groups and Treasure Island redevelopment critics requested more time to analyze the San Francisco project’s complex and lengthy draft environmental impact review last week, the Planning Commission granted them an additional two weeks.
Treasure Island's proposed redevelopment would build up the southwest portion of the island to accommodate 20,000 residents. Photo courtesy of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
This story was co-published with Way Out West, a Bay Area environmental news website.
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