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SF panel unanimously backs school on site of urban farm

Over the objections of Mission Terrace residents, the San Francisco Planning Commission voted unanimously Thursday to displace the city’s only commercial farm and allow a private school to be built on the site. The Golden Bridges School already owns the long, narrow plot of land at 302 Cotter Street in the residential neighborhood between Glen Park and the Excelsior, just south of Interstate 280, and wants to move from Diamond Heights into a new, larger school.
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