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File #: 121183    Version: 1 Name: Encroachment, Public Service Easements and Vacations, Infrastructure - 8 Washington Street
Type: Ordinance Status: Filed
Introduced: 12/11/2012 In control: Land Use and Economic Development Committee
On agenda: 12/11/2012 Final action: 10/16/2014
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Ordinance approving an Encroachment Permit for San Francisco Waterfront Partners II, LLC, its successors and assigns (collectively, “Developer”) related to the construction and use of various public improvements affecting existing and future public right-of-ways on, under or adjacent to property located at 8 Washington Street/Seawall Lot 351, Assessor’s Block No. 0168/Lot No. 058, Block No. 0171/Lot No. 069, and Block No. 0201/Lot Nos. 012-013 (including Seawall Lot 351) (the “8 Washington Development Site”) and portions of Washington Street, Drumm Street and The Embarcadero; accepting offers of public improvements for park and open space purposes among other uses on portions of the 8 Washington Development Site; ordering the summary vacation of certain public service easements benefitting various City departments located in, on or under portions of the 8 Washington Development Site, subject to conditions; accepting Department of Public Works Order; accepting and approving a relocated SFPUC Jackson Street sewer easement, a relocated SFPUC Drumm Street sewer easement, a new sewer easement across a portion of Seawall Lot 351, and a new easement for the SFPUC’s underground vault structure located along The Embarcadero; approving an agreement with the Developer regarding coordination of the Project with SFPUC’s facilities and North Shore to Channel Force Main Project; making environmental findings and findings of consistency with the City’s General Plan and the eight priority policy findings of Planning Code Section 101.1; and authorizing official acts in connection with this Ordinance.
Attachments: 1. Leg_Ver1, 2. Easements
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