Wednesday, July 31, 2013

SFPD: 4 Bathhouse Permits on Today's Agenda

Here's some followup on my post earlier this month about several businesspeople applying for bathhouse permits. The full 1984 injunction that is still in effect and keeps bathhouses shuttered in the City, is available here.

The San Francisco Police Department's permits committee meets today and the calendar shows four applications pending to operate a public bathhouse.

I just spoke with Christine Fountain, Chief Greg Suhr's aide, about the time and location of today's hearing. It is at 1 pm at the Hall of Justice, 850 Bryant Street, and will be held on the first floor in the Coroner's Conference Room. She says notices will be posted at the metal detectors instructing the public and press where to to.

This time, I'm bring a copy of the 1984 court injunction so I can quote from it before the hearing officer.

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