Hastings College of the Law’s board of directors unanimously voted to build an 885-space garage on the corner of Larkin Street and Golden Gate Avenue, but not before the police arrested several protestors — including San Francisco Supervisor Chris Daly.

A well-orchestrated protest interrupted the morning hearing, forcing board members to retreat to a conference room, where they later made their decision. After protestors began shouting and rushed the board’s table, about a dozen police officers swarmed the meeting and arrested 11 people, who were cited and released for resisting police.

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